Category Archives: Books

Edwin Johnson goes to Moscow

Edwin Johnson gets to grips with Russian History. Continue reading: Edwin Johnson goes to Moscow

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1235 The Year of the Galleys

The decline of the English Galley points to when English Seas ceased being Inland Seas. Continue reading: 1235 The Year of the Galleys

Posted in Books, British History, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Wroxeter Chronicles | 4 Comments

History of Oars

More maritime mirth and mayhem made by the mainstream mindset. Continue reading: History of Oars

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Evolution-Devolution, Gravity, History, Roman Chronology | 2 Comments

Darwin’s Double Dark Earth

Darwin dug down in the dirt near Dorking and documented the Dark Earth. Continue reading: Darwin’s Double Dark Earth

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Catastrophism, Dark Earth, Edwin Johnson, Enigmatic Egypt, Evolution-Devolution, Hecker Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Science, Solar System, Uniformitarianism, Wroxeter Chronicles | 7 Comments

P N Oak: World Vedic Heritage

Anyone who enjoys challenging ideas can avail themselves of the high quality copy of World Vedic Heritage: A History of Histories by P N Oak that’s been uploaded to Archive.org.

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The Torres Tale

One of the mainstream’s more troublesome tales involves the Torres Strait. Continue reading: The Torres Tale

Posted in Atmospheric Science, Books, Catastrophism, Earth, Geology, Hecker Horizon, History, Maunder Minimum, Old Japanese Cedar Tree | 1 Comment

The 3×2 World of Matteo Ricci

Matteo Ricci’s second world map helped to finally extinguish the residual knowledge of the Old World that had once guided the travels of Marco Polo. Continue reading: The 3×2 World of Matteo Ricci

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Earth, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm | 7 Comments

The Water World of Matteo Ricci

Matteo Ricci’s map of the Old World includes some surprises – especially around China. Continue reading: The Water World of Matteo Ricci

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree | 3 Comments

Rod Liddle: Peak Wank

Rod Liddle suggested Britain had reached Peak Wank in March 2019. Click here to continue reading: Rod Liddle: Peak Wank

Posted in Books, Economics, History, Medicine | 5 Comments

Hamilton Gregory: McNamara’s Folly

When Hamilton Gregory was in the US Army between 1967 and 1970 he got to know some of McNamara’s Project 100,000 soldiers and vowed he would tell their story. Click here to continue reading: Hamilton Gregory: McNamara’s Folly

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The French Reign of Terror

The two year Reign of Terror organised by the French Committee of Public Safety during 1793-4 is directly associated with 26,594 deaths. Click here to continue reading: The French Reign of Terror

Posted in Books, Economics, History, Medicine | 6 Comments

Game Over

Andrei Martyanov helps us find the You Are Here sticker.

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Snake Oil Efficacy

Last year I learnt Snake Oil was once “highly esteemed” as a treatment for rheumatism. Click here to continue reading: Snake Oil Efficacy

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The Fat Alien Croaks

In opera it ain’t over till the fat lady sings and in Science Fiction it ain’t over till the fat alien croaks. Click here to continue reading: The Fat Alien Croaks

Posted in Books, British History, Economics, History, Medicine, Science | 11 Comments

Celtic Karma

The hard evidence reveals a Celtic narrative that’s not in the history books. Click here to continue reading: Celtic Karma

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Catastrophic English, Catastrophism, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Indian Impacts, Language, Latin Languages, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology | 6 Comments

Classical Chronology

During this stroll through Classical Antiquity please pause to ponder whether [amongst other things] an official slip of the hand transformed some “unknown origin” Phoenicians into “obscure” Greek Phocians. Click here to continue reading: Classical Chronology

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Deranged Dating, Enigmatic Egypt, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 8 Comments

Buttermilk

Some unusual [and unsanitised] threads of history begin with a glass of buttermilk. Click here to continue reading: Buttermilk

Posted in Books, Cholesterol Correlation, Enigmatic Egypt, History, Medicine | 6 Comments

Vesuvius Chronology

When was Pompeii buried beneath ash and pumice? Click here to continue reading: Vesuvius Chronology

Posted in Alaskan Muck, Books, Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Edwin Johnson, History, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology | 7 Comments

Sardis 12: Roman Reversal

The Roman Reversal is a revealing Roman Chronology correction. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 12: Roman Reversal

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 8 Comments

Sardis 10: Follow The Griffin

Follow the Griffin as it sniffs out gold deposits across Europe. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 10: Follow The Griffin

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Sardis 9: Illusive Lydia

It’s difficult for the Kingdom of Lydia to be greater than the sum of it’s parts because it’s parts are hard to find. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 9: Illusive Lydia

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, History, Language, Roman Chronology, Round Towers, Sardis | 2 Comments

Sardis 7: Chronology Clusterfuck

Wikipedia says the Kingdom of Lydia existed between 1200 BC and 546 BC. But the Early Roman Ruler adjustment suggests the Kingdom of Lydia ended in 634 CE. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 8: Chronology Clusterfuck

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology | 2 Comments

Sardis 6: Acropolis

The mainstream storyline suggests the inhabitants of Byzantine Sardis were really very “foolish”.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Uniformitarianism, Water | 11 Comments

Sardis 4: Byzantine Bricks

One of the delights of ancient history is finding the Arabian Horizon in the official narratives.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 14 Comments

Sardis 3: Temple of Cybele

Has the whimsical artistry of Renaissance sculptors shaped amcient history?

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Sardis 2: Coin Chronology

Roman Chronology is cracked wide open when the Late Roman Emperors are put in their place.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 3 Comments

Sardis 1: Identity Crisis

The Sardis site reveals [amongst other things] the Cult of the Emperor is just another academic abomination.

Posted in Books, Catastrophism, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, History, Sardis | 1 Comment

Peter Duesberg: Inventing the AIDS virus

The history of modern malevolent medicine most definitely rhymes.

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Finistere Catastrophes Chronology

The Finistere Catastrophes Chronology provides some interesting insights that the mainstream masks.

Posted in Alaskan Muck, Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Inflating Earth, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Water | 7 Comments

Sol Invictus Oz

Earth Scientists believe Deep Time is the Great Eroder even though the observational data demonstrates the Earth Scientists need to re-calibrate their clocks.

Posted in Books, Catastrophism, Geology, History, Ptolemy’s Paradigm | 20 Comments

Gnamma Holes and Night Wells

A 1912 paper about Desert-Water in Western Australia highlights some of the progress made by modern Earth Science.

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Malaga Bay Archive

The Malaga Bay Desktop Archive is a 813 MB zip file hosted by Archive.org that contains site content published between September 2012 and March 2021. The archive has been tested using the Firefox and Opera browsers on Linux Mint and … Continue reading

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Antarctic Alignment

This gallery contains 39 photos.

Deuterium leads, CO2 lags, Cape Horn goes North, and Iceland goes South.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

This gallery contains 46 photos.

Solar Parallax observations raise a smile when they reveal [amongst other things] Earth Scientists have documented a doppelgänger of the Medieval Warm Period.

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Ptolemy’s Paradigm: A Picture of Precession

This gallery contains 19 photos.

A remarkably clear picture of the Precession of the Equinoxes emerges when the chronology is cleaned-up.

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