Sakhalin

Sakhalin Island has interesting links to the History of the Tartary Empire. What and where is this island? WikiGoRound : Sakhalin From this came a little “coincidence” or several. The Dutch East India Company. The Jesuits. A 17th century Dutch cartographer called Maarten Gerritszoon Vries. And a nice little resource of volumes about the “discoveries” […]

Read More

Ivan Kirilov

A task for y’all. Try and find… Imperii Russici tabula generalis quo ad fieri potuit accuratiessime descripta opera e studio Inoannis Kyrillow. Supremi Senatus Imperii Russici Primi Secretarii Petropoli. Anno MDCCXXXIV. St. Petersburg, 1734. Or…undoctored/unedited information about — Ivan Kirilov, Compiler of the First Russian Atlas, 1689–1737 And his REAL map! P.S. Why does the map above have LATIN names? […]

Read More

Natalya Kirillovna Naryshkina

The removal of the tomb of Natalya Kirillovna Naryshkina from the Cathedral of the Ascension Monastery before its demolition in 1929.   Who was Natalya?   Natalya Kirillovna Naryshkina (Russian: Ната́лья Кири́лловна Нары́шкина; 1 September 1651 – 4 February 1694) was the Tsaritsa of Russia from 1671–1676 as the second spouse of Tsar Alexis I of Russia, and regent of Russia as the mother of […]

Read More

Archangel Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin

Woohoo. Back to work! This picture is of the tombs…56 stone sarcophagi…in the Archangel Cathedral. Guess what! The “official” narrative and the truth don’t vibe. I need to take a break. But… I’ll be back :o)

Read More

Anacaona

By George. I think she’s got it! Wiki : Anacaona   I won’t even bother with a wikiwtf about Jehanne d’Arc. A story too well known. At the risk of repeating myself…M’eh. Witches were Hanged. Pictures are Hung. Anacaona was hanged.   Yep. Rewind. But notice all that FIRE? Two Female Warriors. Both betrayed by […]

Read More

Tiny Threads Right Now…

…But. A solid connection may appear between –   Wiki : Anacaona   Wiki : Bartolomé de las Casas   Wiki : Joan of Arc   It has something to do with the “Conquest of America.” Not 100% sure what/how/why/when/where yet. But I’ll get there :o)  

Read More

The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus

So. There I was. Happily pootling around in Sweden when I get transported to Germany. Yes. I know. Kit Marlowe was English but there’s a link here. It has to do with the origins of Faust. I’ll get to it when there are more hours in the day or less info. But cutting out all […]

Read More

The House of Vasa

The post on Gustav II Adolf was a precursor. Gustav and his daughter are familiar. I researched them both a while ago for another project. But the following from NC was completely unknown to me. I love learning new stuff :o) P.S. Please forgive. I’ve not had time to correct all the crazy googlated Russian […]

Read More

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden

Wiki : Gustav II Adolf   Gustav II Adolf played a large role in the Time of Troubles in Russia and the Europe wide Catholic vs Protestant Thirty Years War. His daughter, Christina, succeeded him but caused a huge scandal when she rejected Protestantism, abdicated and ended up in Rome (via France.) Her tomb is […]

Read More

Not JUST i & j

From NC:   The letter “X” formerly denoted the name of Christ, but was later proclaimed to stand for the figure of ten. The letter “I” formerly denoted the name of Jesus, but was later proclaimed to be the indication of one thousand   One of the main chronological shifts by 1053 years, or by […]

Read More

Persecute

I stand Loud and Proud at “the edge of the edge of conspiracy theories” Which always include “Mudflood and Flat Earth” Old post from months ago! So. Here’s an every day truth. Patreon – my only “potential” source of income – Hacked. Laptop – my main voice – Crash. Crash. Every old trick I used […]

Read More

Palazzo Reale di Torino

The façade (1646–60). The top of the dome of the Chapel of the Holy Shroud is visible on the left.   Like I said…I’ve spent quite a bit of time with the House of Savoy.   WikiHasItsUses : Royal Palace of Turin  

Read More