Category Archives: History

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 | 2 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 | 5 Comments

Sardis 11: The Rubicon River

Follow Caesar as he sniffs out precious metals in Europe. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 11: The Rubicon River

Posted in Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 9 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

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 7 Comments

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 8: The Arc of History

Unscrambling the Sardis Chronology Clusterfuck begins with the Macedonian and Seleucid narratives. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 8: The Arc of History

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 8 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 5: Caesar’s Ghost

Why did Shakespeare select Sardis for Caesar’s Ghost first appearance?

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 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?

Posted in Books, History, Sardis | 8 Comments

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

A Sense of Perspective

Can a lack of perspective turn mere mortals into monsters?

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 5 Comments

Peter Duesberg: Inventing the AIDS virus

The history of modern malevolent medicine most definitely rhymes.

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Brian Halliday: Propaganda Hypnosis and The Media

One of the more confusing aspects of the latest episode in the long running series of Virus Scare Stories has been the mainstream media messaging.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 10 Comments

Amazing Polly: I’m So Over Coronavirus

Amazing Polly explains why she is So Over Coronavirus.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 5 Comments

Matthew Ehret: What Flatten The Curve Really Means

Matthew Ehret provides important historical insights into the Great Reset.

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Injecting Ukraine

Like many other countries the ethics of the Injecting Ukraine narrative appears to suddenly change …

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 1 Comment

Cassandra Calling

A long standing concern regarding mRNA injections has been ADE.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 2 Comments

The Battle for Bali and Beyond

The Battle for Bali and Beyond has a rapidly rising death toll.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 4 Comments

Vladimir Zelenko – HCQ Hero

Vladimir Zelenko has challenged the Medical Mafia’s message that There Is No Alternative to …

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Injecting Israel

The COVID-19 vaccines are raising spectres from the past.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 4 Comments

James Howard Kunstler: Big Fail

James Howard Kunstler has an enlightening conversation with David Martin about Tony The Needle [and associated topics].

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 8 Comments

Some Animals

Katie Hopkins returns with some shocking news.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 8 Comments

Greg Hunter WNW 489 7.23.21

If Gregg Hunter is a bellwether for Middle America …

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What is the Real Cost?

Catherine Austin Fitts and Dolores Cahill talk about the Real Cost.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 9 Comments

You call THAT a pandemic

Australia has lost it sense of humour and the Melbourne Penal Colony [formerly known as the State of Victoria] has completely lost it’s marbles.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine | 13 Comments

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

Mosquito Net Fishing for Beginners

Catch some surreal surprises by reading Mosquito Net Fishing for Beginners.

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine, Science | 2 Comments

Hot Fairy Dust

Discover where the fast-burn Hot Fairy Dust bodies are buried…

Posted in Economics, History, Medicine, Radioactive Fairy Dust | 4 Comments

Mother Nature’s Greatest Enemy

Dominic Frisby reveals Mother Nature’s Greatest Enemy…

Posted in Economics, History | 2 Comments

Fairy Dust Science

Get in the Groove following Fairy Dust Science back to the Swinging Sixties.

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Martin Armstrong: Government Ponzi Schemes

Humanity began with simply forming a bond between two people. Then they had children, and for thousands of years, until the 1930s and dawn of socialism, the children took care of their parents in old age.

Posted in Economics, History | 2 Comments

Fairy Dust Challenge

Can you pass the Fairy Dust Challenge by assessing two simple scientific scenarios correctly?

Posted in History, Medicine, Radioactive Fairy Dust, Science | 3 Comments