My goto place to visit, I have no real comment on this. I do think hydro power is real, and what our province runs on – not nuclear.
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Terrible timing for the the Mt False-uvius exhibit. The faked Egypt museum beat them by a month.
Archaeologists have unearthed the petrified remains of a harnessed horse and saddle in the stable of an ancient villa in a Pompeii suburb.
It’s stories like these that help make it easy to believe that Egypt started its museum system around the time it built the pyramids a few hundred years ago and started “discovering” different rooms and tombs.
In the rest of the world, we call these “discoveries” new exhibit openings.
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Egypt has announced the discovery of a private tomb belonging to a senior official from the 5th dynasty of the pharaohs, which ruled roughly 4,400 years ago. Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani announced the find at the site of the tomb in Saqqara, just west of Cairo, which is also home to the famed Step Pyramid.
In Toronto, they’ve “discovered” they can afford a permanent mirror exhibit – for $2 million. Link
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Not really fakeology (more psyopery), but an interesting discussion on the redefining of a word (and reorganizing and resyncing online dictionaries) to suit the NWO’s domination of the world economy, to the benefit of a few mega rich families instead of the masses.
Maybe Hitler’s Germany was the ideal economic model to redistribute national wealth to the people. Maybe replacing the descriptive words National Socialism with Nazism=antisemitism=mass murderers=enemy of humanity is the best way for the ruling class to keep any idea of resource sharing out of the public discussion.
This psyop has been going on for a hundred years. Only recently has it resurfaced with Trump, which is why the media works so hard
1087: “Hippie Hummus” by No Agenda
Tesla probably only got a big name recently due to Tesla cars. Heck, they even very recently renamed a piece of industrial street in Hamilton, Ontario after him. Does this make his persona real?
There is even a statue that I plan to visit of him on Goat Island, Niagara Falls. If he’s a mythical figure, then he sure has been built up, similar to Einstein. Did he have anything to do with AC current? I tend to believe he’s real, and he did have something to do with AC current, but after that, perhaps that’s where the myth making begins.
I agree that learning about Judy Wood, then reading the Tesla narrative, gave credence to her theory. I even watched the “crazy” Vancouver character John Hutchenson who was moving magnets or alchemizing different materials. It all seemed fraudulent but the Tesla history made it more possible.
I did not listen to the whole JLB/HSC interview, but I enjoyed most of the free hour. Therefore I cannot recommend the rest of the podcast, but I do like JLB’s work so I post the ad below.
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John Le Bon does a good job on the Highersidechats podcast.
There probably has never been a man more demonized in the history of media than Adolph Hitler. Here’s a story about a British (!) boat that was said to have been linked to Hitler – or not. The truth isn’t important, but the myth is. Instructional from a fakeologist point of view – taking a phony story and burying it deep in ritual and consequence.
Nearly this entire show is devoted to the story of the boat known as “Hitler’s Yacht.” It’s a modern-day fable about what happens when the free market, the media, the World War II buffs, the Neo-Nazis, and the Jews all collide over a huge Nazi tourist trap. The boat arrived in America after World War II, and though there’s no evidence that Hitler ever set foot on the decks, the name was attached to the vessel in the 1950s, and it stuck. Reporter Alix Spiegel describes the story of the vessel as “the biography of a collective fantasy.”