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Stolen History

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Where has all the beautiful architecture of our past gone? Most of history has been fabricated by the parasite class, and there may have once been a more unified, advanced culture that was wiped away from our collective memory.

Part 1 - Introduction

Stolen History (Part 1)

Part 2 - The Destruction of the Old World

To build a new world, the old must be destroyed first.

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Painting by Canaletto - Dresden seen from the Right Bank of the Elbe, beneath the Augusts Bridge.
Stolen History (Part 2 - Destruction of the Old World)

Part 3 - The Mystery of the World Fairs

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Artificial island created especially for the San Fransisco 1940's World Fair.
Stolen History Part 3 - Mystery of the Worlds Fairs


Have a look at an artist famous for his etchings of Rome and of fictitious and atmospheric "prisons" (Le Carceri d'Invenzione). He was a so called Cappricio artist.

In other words, contemporary interpretation of his creations is that it was a fantasy of the author. There is no historical evidence that Capriccio artists were making stuff up. Such an interpretation appears to be a very convenient way to explain the inconvenient truth.

There were many more of the so called Capriccio artists working within the same time frame. They observed the same objects in a very similar manner. It is so easy to dismiss the evidence by pretending that their creations were a work of fiction. What if they reflected exactly what was observed?

What do we see in those paintings and engravings? We see semi destroyed buildings, mud and dirt filling in spaces between those buildings. We do not see pavement or some sort of hard surface between the structures. Would imagine that people capable of building such structures were capable of quality work all the way around. And of course in their works we see small to medium size trees growing on those buildings and in places where should be no trees. Based on the size of those trees we could approximate when those trees started.

There were multiple artists creating similar work. Engravings and paintings reflecting our world in ruins. To name a few of those artists: