On September 12, 1683 The Turks Almost Took Vienna – So Either Europe Has Learned NOTHING From History Or The Invasion Of Muslim Migrants Is The Plan Of TPTB

Die Türken vor Wien – Die zweite Belagerung

And yes, ‘The Invasion Of Muslim Migrants Is The Plan’, as I’ve told you many times.

And the Kalergi plan

is just a small part of much bigger geopolitical plans and an absolutely satanic elite agenda.

 And it is probably just a ‘coincidence’ that the following Illuminati puppets received

the Coudenhove-Kalergi European Prize???

Merkel:

Coudenhove-Kalergi Preis für:

2014: Jean-Claude Juncker, EU-Kommissionspräsident

2012: Herman Van Rompuy, Ex-Ratspräsident der EU

Next  up: Financial collapse, high inflation/hyperinflation, directly followed by all-out civil war, which will be immediately followed by WW3, as planned by TPTB.

However, all of this is a smokescreen until the earth changes (asteroids hitting earth, pole shift, etc.) will set in, which will put an abrupt end to WW3, as predicted.

I know for many this might sound too crazy to believe, which is why they will easily dismiss it, BUT a lot of what has already happened and what is happening right now has been predicted and foreseen by many, many seers.

And they have been proven right… time and time again.

And then we have those whistleblowers that have told us that all of the above is indeed on the elite agenda.

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Lost Civilizations: Greenland, the Geo Pole, and Ice Ages (Part I) – Pyramids, Atlantis, and the Shifting Crust (Part II) – Mathematical Proof of an Unbelievable Reality (PART III) – El Caracol, the Ancient Observatory (Part IV)

For more info visit Mario Buildreps’ YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD9dk54Tb8DmWbh0B-h6FpA/videos

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Mysterious Map Emerges at the Dawn of the Egyptian Civilization and Depicts Antarctica Without Ice – Who Made it?

Mysterious Map Emerges at the Dawn of the Egyptian Civilization and Depicts Antarctica Without Ice – Who Made it?:

On a chilly winter day in 1929, Halil Edhem, the Director of Turkey’s National Museum, was hunched over his solitary task of classifying documents.  He pulled towards him a map drawn on Roe deer skin. As Halil opened the chart to its full dimensions (two feet by three feet wide or 60 X 90 cm) he was surprised by how much of the New World was depicted on a map which dated from 1513.

The document was the legacy of a pirate turned Turkish Admiral, Piri Reis (circa 1470-1554). He was born in Gallipoli, a naval base on the Marmara Sea and was the nephew of Kemal Reis, a pirate who had reinvented himself as a Turkish Admiral adventurer who had made his name in naval warfare. At the time, the distinction between pirate and Admiral was more flexible than might be expected from looking back through a Hollywood lens.

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How solar minimums affected Greenland

How solar minimums affected Greenland:

Huge areas of the country became increasingly barren and less and less suitable for cattle farming.
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How solar minimums affected Greenland

By J. H. Walker

Some say it was unrelenting cold and then ice, not global warming, that forced the Vikings out of Greenland.

But it was much, much worse than that. The majority of the Greenland Viking colony didn’t leave, they died in place though unrelenting cold and then ice, famine and disease, brought by the Wolf, and then Spoorer Grand Solar Minimums.

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72 years ago, on March 10 1945 when the US Air Force bombarded #Tokyo (Operation “The Prayer House”) about 300,000 people were burned alive

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Ten Archaeological Enigmas from Across the Globe

Ten Archaeological Enigmas from Across the Globe:

One of the best things about archaeology is uncovering places, artifacts, and human remains that answer long-held mysteries about our past and our origins. But frequently discoveries are made that do not solve ancient puzzles, but simply raise more questions to be answered. Here we feature ten such discoveries – from indecipherable manuscripts to Frankenstein mummies, and incredible artifacts from unknown civilizations. Some of these mysteries will one day be solved as science and research techniques progress, others will keep their secrets hidden forever.

The Unknown Origins of the Longyou Caves

Located near the village of Shiyan Beicun in Zhejiang province, China, lies the Longyou caves – an extensive, magnificent and rare ancient underground world considered in China as ‘the ninth wonder of the ancient world’.  The Longyou grottoes, which are thought to date back at least 2,000 years, represent one of the largest underground excavations of ancient times and are an enduring mystery that have perplexed experts from every discipline that has examined them.  Scientists from around the world in the fields of archaeology, architecture, engineering, and geology have absolutely no idea how they were built, by whom, and why. First discovered in 1992 by a local villager, 36 grottoes have now been discovered covering a massive 30,000 square metres. Carved into solid siltstone, each grotto descends around 30 metres underground and contains stone rooms, bridges, gutters and pools. There are pillars evenly distributed throughout the caves which are supporting the ceiling, and the walls, ceiling and stone columns are uniformly decorated with chisel marks in a series of parallel lines. To date, scientists have not been able to establish who built them, how they were constructed, and why.

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Shifting Power: Visualizing The World’s Largest Cities For The Last 6000 Years

Shifting Power: Visualizing The World’s Largest Cities For The Last 6000 Years:

In 300 B.C., Carthage was one of the world’s largest cities with up to 700,000 people living within its walls. The Carthaginian republic was a force to be reckoned with, controlling inconceivable amounts of wealth and land all around the Mediterranean.

However, just over a century later in 146 B.C., Carthage was burnt to the ground by the Romans. The destruction of Carthage was so thorough that many things are still not known about their civilization today. Carthage went from being a major power to literally being wiped off of the map.

A few decades after the annihilation of Carthage, it was Rome’s turn to become the world’s largest city for close to 500 years. Of course, Rome itself would fall by 476 A.D. for a variety of reasons.

And so the title of the world’s largest city would transfer again, this time to Constantinople across the Mediterranean.

The World’s Largest Cities Throughout History

In the grand scheme of history, things change quite fast. As Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardins explains, one cataclysmic choice or event can turn even the greatest empire into a heap of rubble. Sometimes the decline of a world-class city is more gradual – and it is over time that it loses its title to another place in a far and distant land.

The following animated map from KPMG Demographics tracks the world’s largest cities from 4,000 BC to today, and it shows how temporary a city’s rise to prominence can be.

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Irish: The forgotten white slaves

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Irish: The forgotten white slaves:

They came as slaves: human cargo transported on British ships bound for the Americas. They were shipped by thehundreds of thousands and included men, women, and even the youngest of children.

Whenever they rebelled or even disobeyed an order, they were punished in the harshest ways. Slave owners would hang their human property by their hands and set their hands or feet on fire as one form of punishment. Some were burned alive and had their heads placed on pikes in the marketplace as a warning to other captives.

We don’t really need to go through all of the gory details, do we? We know all too well the atrocities of the African slave trade.

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