Conspirology, or not?

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I find this painting curious, and you? Even though nobody knows its date of creation, the craquelures on the canvas give away that its more than 100 years old. If the painter, for the most of his life, lived in the 19th century, we can safely assume that the painting was created in the very same period of time. The subject/plot of the painting shows us a Polish winter. But no matter where it really was (be it Poland or Russia or any other country) the images depicts a common continental climate’s winter. Can you spot any unusual details in the painting’s subject? Trees for instance. Some people may notice that these trees look like trimmed cottonwood trees. In case you don’t know, these trees are infamous for spreading fluff everywhere which becomes a headache for urban utility services and people with allergy. To prevent these problems, utility services usually trim cottonwood trees. The trees from the painting look exactly like those trimmed trees, but where there any similar urban utility services in Poland in the 19th century or was it something else that trimmed those trees? A force that we are unaware of, that could use super-powerful weapons for example? Oh, what am I talking about?.....

Conspiracy theory (sometimes Conspirology) - an explanation of an event or a situation that invokes a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation. Conspiracy theories are usually taken negatively, implying that the appeal to a conspiracy is based on prejudice or insufficient evidence. It is a common practice during arguments to declare someone’s view a conspiracy theory in order to undermine and discredit it in other people’s eyes.

Defining the term «conspirology» with simpler words – it is a story made up by a person for the purpose of a logical explanation. Usually, conspiracy theories appear when there is a lack of true information about some events (or absolutely no information). People tend to make up such stories and believe in them. Psychology explains that humans subconsciously deny complete lie and and complete truth about anything, but always eagerly believe in something which is half true and half lie. Those who have a talent of presenting information in a half-true form use it everywhere. Especially the historians (not necessarily everyone), who tell us the history of the 19th century.

A long time ago, when I was about to begin my path in reconstruction of the old technology, I wrote an article named "Фантастика. Или нет?" (Eng: Fantasy, or not?). Frankly speaking, I wasn’t exerting myself when I was writing it, but surprisingly, it became extremely popular. Over the next several years I was coming across pictures from it on various websites (particularly English-speaking). There were even some video adaptations of it for Youtube, made by different authors. What was so special about that article? There were just some photos of unknown technologies that existed almost yesterday (from a historical point of view), as well as some short notes. This article is going to be similar. Will it find its reader – only time will show. If not – I won’t be disappointed. Ok, these were just my thoughts aloud. Let’s begin.

As you know, smoke never appears without fire. Rumours about some shadow government have existed for a long time, since the very 20th century or even earlier. Obviously, nobody has ever confirmed these rumors officially, neither mass media nor any existing government. There was one case though, when during Stalin’s rule there was an open discussion in the political sphere about kike-freemason conspiracy.

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Look at the statue on the right. Does it remind you of anything by chance? According to the annotation, this is Brazil, 1860-70. What actually was there? A well-known cult attribute of a famous nation was decorated with the usual Masonic instruments. They are, in fact, the construction tools of that time. Could it be the thing that caused the very conspiracy? At that time, apparently, the final image of the object, which should be placed on such a structure, had not yet formed (I hope you understand who I mean). Moreover, there were more interesting buildings in Brazil of that time:

I wonder what kind of culture was forced out there? But Brazil is a different story. At one time I was genuinly surprised that a small country like Portugal somehow managed to colonize such a huge territory as Brazil. Moreover, there were Portuguese colonies in Asia and Africa, and many more around the world. For comparison, the resettlement of Russian people to Siberia went on for at least two centuries. With the entire area of ​​European Russia at that time (including Ukraine and Belarus), and their ratio to the area of ​​Portugal, the population density in Siberia did not even come close to the similar density in Brazil. Probably, here it was exactly the opposite - Brazil could, at one time, take advantage of the opportunity and seized a small part of the Iberian Peninsula, but historians changed everything upside down. The same goes for Spain. In Spain, by the way, similar mosques, if I may say so, stand almost everywhere even today, except but with crosses. But Spaniards obviously inherited them from the past inhabitants of these lands. The same situation with old temples occurred in North Africa, Russia and all of Asia, including ​​Japan. How so? This is a very interesting conspiracy theory.

A great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy, mentioned in my previous articles on repeated occasions, once participated in the Crimean War, even in the Siege of Sevastopol. The one that looked like a slaughterhouse.

He even wrote several literary works on this topic. But few people now know about another interesting fact from the life of count Tolstoy.

There is unconfirmed information that at the end of his life he converted to Islam (or even had always been a follower of this faith). Wikipedia doesn’t tell anything about it, neither do the history books. For this, Russian orthodox christian church anathematized (banned) him. But why would Tolstoy do this?

There was another Russian writer – Peter Tchaikovsky, who was also banned for his ideological views, that were even more interesting, but there is almost no information about him. Those who know, will understand.

But for now, let’s assume that all these information is just rumors, and try to look at it from a different perspective.

How could church of that time track religious beliefs of people? Who would care about Tolstoy’s religion, if he didn’t involve himself in politics? Nowadays everyone can be tracked but at those times nobody cared. Nobody forced you to accept religion. And if you weren’t visiting a church, nobody was considering you as an enemy or as a representative of any other religion. So what’s the deal with the Tolstoy’s religion?

Another curious detail – as it was said earlier, count Tolstoy participated in the siege of Sevastopol. At first glance everything is clear – they fought against invading British forces. Tolstoy was there until the very end and managed to survive. The further history of Sevastopol and the whole Empire is well known to us (allegedly). But, as usually, digital archives provide us with some interesting documents.

There was one curious historical person – grand duke Nicholas Nikolaevich (senior), one of the sons of Russian emperor Nicholas I. His biography is quite eventful: Crimean War, Russo-Turkish War, rank of Field Marshal-General, Inspector General of Cavalry and Inspector General of the Russian engineering forces, a grand duke. But here comes something controversial and game-changing:

Description on the left side: Field Marshal-General, grand duke Nicholas Nikolaevich. Description in the middle: Gorniy Studen settlement, temporary HQ.

Pay attention to the flag of the «grand duke»’s camp. I guess, comments are needless. Who did count Tolstoy fight against in Crimea? As one famous writer said: everything mixed up, people, horeses ...... Oddly enough, press of the 19th century didn’t hesitate to print such images. It is not that hidden even nowadays. Now it becomes much clearer, what kind of ideology could Tolstoy have and why. Who really fought against the British in the Crimean war? What religion/ideology did they have? Who fought for the British side?

It seems that our count Tolstoy, despite the deceitful and praiseful literary works about the winners of that war (let us call them by their real names), remained true to his original beliefs deep inside.

It gets clearer that shadow government indeed exists, and that it’s not some kind of conspiracy. For the last 200 years, they’ve been completely rewriting and «rebranding» history and society. I’m not discovering America by saying this. But unfortunately, over the last 200 years, society has become so depressed, that few people care about the truth, neither about modern times, nor about the past.

Some time ago, when D. Trump was elected as the president of US, there was a real hype about it in Russian mass media and even among ordinary people, who were eagerly rooting for Trump. Why was it so? Probably because of the Russian propaganda. Whatever the true reason is, Russia will never admit that it waged information war on Facebook in support of Trump.

Originally, Trump promoted himself as an enemy of globalists (or even the very shadow government). For some unknow reason, russian politicians liked him for that. For people who know the real political setup it seemed very odd. It looked as if bees went against honey. As for Trump, it’s not clear, whether he was indeed against the globalists, or was just playing a staged role. But he would certainly be surprised to see America the way it looked in the 19th century, when the globalists received it for the first time.

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This is how Broadway street in NY looked in the late 19th century. This building is probably still there, but I don’t think that it still glows that bright. The NY skyscrapers are discussed by many researchers nowadays, but few people have seen them working during night time. The «helios» located on the top didn’t glow on its own. There was a complicated engineering technology that is currently destroyed. Thanks to the very globalists.

By the way, the famous Moscow skycrapers (also known as The Seven Sisters), were built by Stalin in the image of American skyscrapers. Which is an odd fact. Another curious fact is that on one side of the ocean, such buildings were actively destroyed, while on the other, they were actively erected. And not just usual skyscrapers, but skyscrapers with the very unique old technology. According to some people, the project was overseen by Beria personally. When Khrushchev and his team came to power, the project was cancelled. Though, I don’t think that Khrushchev understood anything in this technology, as he was just a metalworker. Beria on the contrary was an architect, and received his education during Imperial times.

Why did Stalin try to build constructions that were against mainstream agenda? Could it be an act of insubordination towards the shadow government? No matter what the truth is, he perished. So did his potential plans. But at least some of his plans were realized.

There are talks currently about the state of these buildings, with some people asserting that they are old and in a dangerous condition, thus should be demolished. So I won’t be surprised if they decide to do it. Nobody will question it.

Why did the globalists decide to execute this vandalism around the world by demolishing various old-world constructions in the 18-20th centuries? And why are we getting the glimpses of our true history? Could it be that they just can’t control the leaks any longer or could it be another tricky move? You may believe what you consider to be true, but today we are just dealing with conspirology, so we can come up with any ideas.

Have you ever seen an artificial sun? In 1903 it was common. There was absolutely no need to hang helios on the roofs of skyscrapers. They could be stuck on a post in front of the entrance, as for example in this restaurant in 1903, in Europe. The trail of light from in the photo suggests that it was not that simple in its nature. It is not caused by an incandescent lamp or a mercury discharge lamp, which were used for almost the entire 20th century. There was a completely different kind of fixtures described here. By the way, over the years I have collected a lot of evidence to this conclusion. Maybe someday I'll publish it, but it's probably time to show the world such a sun alive (a joke with a grain of joke).

Why did the globalists destroy those technologies? A rhetorical question. Let's approach it a bit later, and now try to understand how they destroyed it. We’ll use 1/6 of the planet as an example, though I believe that at the beginning of the 19th century it was a much larger territory, probably 1/2 of the entire world earth's surface, no less.

This is the very same South America of the late 19th century. There, as you can see, everything is according to canons. The official image of ideology apparently has already taken shape. It even resembles modern times, except that the background is different. By the way, concerning the «1/2 of the world’s surface», there is a conspiracy theory that the country of Peru is nothing more than the former land of Perun (a Slavic god), and Persia is also a land, but of the sons of Perun (the so-called "person"). The author of this version, if I am not mistaken, was academic Fomenko. If this is really so, then where did the Slavs go from this land? They could not disappear without a trace. And it's true. How can it be understood? Let's google the translation of the English word slave, and probably everything will become clear. Everything is in full accordance with the principle of «divide and rule». They divided one ethnic group into many and made some of them slaves who disappeared in the course of natural selection. And the name of those slaves has already become a household name. Well......

Nevertheless, the old technologies were destroyed. There are many conspiracy theories about nuclear wars of the 19th century on the internet, even involving aliens. Convincing theories with serious proofs. But wait, what strategic goals could aliens have if they were involved? To destroy the old technology and replace it with rent from oil market? Are you serious? To collect paper money and send them to another planet? If aliens had been involved, they would have turned this planet into the second Phaeton. If in the 19th century there was a indeed a nuclear war, the belligerents would certainly be of terrestrial origin (and made of the same biological material). They would also have interests related to this planet. But was that war nuclear? If so, the aftermath would affect both sides (given that they used weapons similar to what we currently consider as nuclear). And what if they used some other type of weapons (which is called nuclear now due to lack of knowledge)?

If the winners of that war were made of some other biological material (or of extraterrestrial origin) they would not have any correlating interests with us, humans. So I think that all those wars were waged by humans, except that the weapons were different. Everything was artificially forgotten, and we were given a fake history with bows, arrows and stone axes. But what type of weapons did they really have?

I find this 19th century photo of four foundry workers amusing. Could they be casting the very weapon there? A foundry is a very interesting place on its own. A person that has overgone through such a production, is no longer afraid of any technical difficulties with similar work. It is the workers of the foundry who have the highest qualifications, which are not known to other categories of workers (one can argue here, but I do not impose my opinion here). They can extract alcohol from literally everything that may contain it, get copper scrap from seemingly impossible places and do a bunch of other tricks. After a shift at the stove, they can single-handedly drink a 1.5 liter bottle of dubious quality vodka without a snack and then come home almost sober. In other words, these people are tough.

The look of a 19th century foundry did not differ much from the modern ones, at least in Russia. If not for some strange items.

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Probably, such plasmoids were used to make the very weapon that destroyed the whole world. Is it a burning hydrocarbon under pressure or a beam of light or maybe the Garin’s hyperboloid?. What kind of weapons were made with such units?

The product corresponds to the production. I wonder how they adjusted these cannons without lifting equipment. With levitation probably.

There is a conspiracy theory that the battle of Moscow was won not thanks to the Panfilov Division's 28 Guardsmen, but rather due to the very weapons shown above (that were somehow urgently resurrected by soviet authorities). I am not trying to undermine the heroic acts of Moscow’s defenders in any way, I’m just saying that there was more to it. Application of old weapons was contrary to some secret treaty, but it influenced the outcome of the war. Stalin was persuaded to stop using the resurrected technology, and got something in return.

Did those cannons really need a recoil cable? The gun with such a mass and caliber (as in the photo) would not move a millimeter if shot using a powder charge. And it looks like it extends telescopically, which in general makes it impossible to shoot with a powder charge (experts, correct me if I’m wrong). What does it mean? And why is a chain attached to the cable (we will consider it a cable, not a rope)? To prevent the gun from rolling away? Of course not. This weapon was deadly. They carried this weapon with special locomobiles, which have sunk into oblivion along with this weapon.

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What a good and environmentally-friendly transport was there at that time. But we’ll talk about about locomobiles some other time, it’s a topic worth looking into. The locomobiles seem to be capable of transporting those massive weapons. Perhaps it was the very technology that destroyed the past civilization. But how did everything work? There are already a lot of conspiracy theories on this subject, but let's add one more. For this, let's return to the title photo, with horses and riders.

According to some reports, winters in central Europe appeared only in the 19th century. Before that, there was a favorable climate, destroyed by some currently unknown technogenic event. Whether this event was technogenic or not, does not really matter, perhaps that powerful weapon inadvertently caused an ecological disaster. It is not important. If this really happened, why are the soldiers in the 19th century painting equipped with antediluvian armor and weapons and not some advanced ones?

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Oddly enough, the warriors are armed with some kind of axes and primitive firearms. What kind of weapon is it and how was it used? Making up a non-existent weapon wouldn’t do any good for a 19th century painter. Firstly, at that time he would have been immediately brought to light by art critics (they already existed in the 19th century), secondly, this artist is far from alone in depicting such artifacts in his works. If all artists portrayed such weapons in this way, there is every reason to believe that their appearance is quite realistic.

Another curious detail is that these so-called rifles didn’t have stocks and could easily be gripped over its middle part with hands. They look more like pipes, used by Indians, that shot poisoned cactus needles (as shown in some movies). Perhaps this all is nothing more than an artist's grotesque. Or, even worse, a state order for the "reconstruction" of history according to new rules. Leo Tolstoy, after all, in his War and Peace wrote about anything except the weapons used to turn Sevastopol into dust. Let's delve into it. And let's start with the axe.

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Battle axes, according to history, were used in the armies of all nations. Of course, as these nations developed, axes were replaced with more advanced weapons. I wonder how many battles were won with battle axes? I doubt that many. Chopping wood is a necessary thing in military campaigns, or, using axe to cook a porridge, like in a fairy tale. But here, let's give a word to military historians, while looking at the axes from a slightly different angle. We will again address our old friend – a famous antique auction, where "forbidden" items flicker suspiciously often.

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This one is some Indian painting with a warrior holding a battle axe. Do you really think this glamorous wimp could really fight with such axe? It reminds me of an anecdote about a gay man in the army..... but I guess there enough jokes for today. The axe in the painting resembles more a certain phallic object, which in general and in the spirit of the work is more logical. Maybe the painter was carried away in an unknown direction by a muse, and we need to look at something else? Let's look further.

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The auction’s website assures us that this battle axe comes from the 17th century, however, it’s origin is unknown. We, of course, willingly believe and begin to think. Well, let's assume that an axe like this can pierce an enemy's head. But why is it designed in such an odd shape? Perhaps this is just an artistic idea of a gunsmith. Let's look at something else.

This one is even more interesting, officially referred to as the vajra axe. One could safely regard it as a modern replica (there are a lot of signs) but there is one small detail which haunts me – a stylized head. As in the previous case, the presence of such a detail brings to mind an idea that it is not just for decorative purpose. The same applies to the blade of the previous example – what if it was used to fix the axe in an upright position, in a tree trunk for example?. Perhaps there was some tactical need for this. In some old movie, I don’t remember which exactly, during the storming of the gates of the fortress, soldiers threw axes at them. Then one of the most dexterous climbed into the upper niche using these protruding axes, like a ladder, and opened the gate. Everything is more than simple. Maybe here we have something similar?

Actually, many old weapons are mistakenly considered primitive. But let's look at it with a different and fresh look, not burdened by the myths of the ancient Greece.

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Look at this fragment of some «antique» painting. I give you only a fragment because I don’t want you to be distracted by many other elements of the painting. According to the plot of the picture, there is some kind of mythical battle going on. You can see flying darts, swords, and even maces, but the spears in the background..... stand as if nothing is happening. Is it a reserve regiment, waiting for an ambush? Of course not. By the way, given the length of such spear (about 4 m), do you think you’ll be able to hit anyone swinging it in the crowd? And for special skeptics - take a closer look at the tips of these spears. Could they really pierce someone in the crowd?

The most astute readers may have already guessed what connects such axes and spears. If not, don’t worry then, we’ll come to explanation very soon.

Another type of axes (or maybe a completely different weapon) were maces (clubs) and чеканы (Translator’s note: no exact English equivalent for this word). You can find many definitions and photos of these weapons on the internet, as well as historical and other data. But let's not focus on this and rather get down to business. More precisely, let's take a look at similar items sold on auctions:

I suppose everyone is familiar with this weapon, at least from illustrations to various kinds of fairy tales. I wonder why the lower item was grinded like this? Well, let's see others.

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These look like some hybrids between axe and sword. I wonder if the Musketeers really beat each other with such weapons? A musket, by the way, seems to be a firearm, but for some reason all the musketeers in all movies fight exclusively with swords. Why? It would probably be boring if d'Artagnan just shot and left. No romance. The storyline should be embellished somehow.

Indeed, how can one fight with a sword like that? Use it as an axe? But it doesn’t look the like an axe. If anyone has seen the tool used to chop cabbage before being salt down, he will immediately understand that this is it. Only the ribs are not sharpened for some reason. And the right tool from the image has some spike sticking out. What was it’s purpose? Could it be used for fixing this tool in a vertical plane (ceiling for instance) like with the beforementioned example? There are more questions than such items themselves.

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This one seems to be another example of a military weapon. I wonder, how much did it’s head weigh if it was fullmetal. Swinging such a heavy weapon in the crowd is actually harder than it seems.

If the previous items could still somehow be used for fighting, this one looks more like a symbol of power. With such a mace, one can only pose on the throne. Probably, they successfully did it. We should look at something easier.

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According to description, these are detachable parts of those maces. But why do they have holes? Was something inserted there? Why?

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These objects are made in such a way that they can’t be attached to the shaft. How so? Unknown. We seem to be entering a logical dead end again. But let's dig a little deeper into the auction archive.

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Isn’t it the very weapon that we saw in the first picture in the hands of the warriors? Yes, it is, but without the «cabbage-chopping» attachment. It was obviously a detachable part which was attached only during battles. But wait, did it shoot with darts? Of course not. It was shooting something more serious. The dart was put into it so that no one would ever guess its true purpose. Instead of darts it used a completely unknown type of ammunition. And apparently, this weapon worked no worse than modern assault rifles, though it didn’t shoot bullets. The nature of projectiles can be guessed from the type of armor that warriors of that time wore (metallic/knight armor). To conceal the truth, these weapons were turned by historians into melee weapons. Quite convenient for them, isn’t it? So, what binds axes and spears together?

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Such spears can be quite often seen in different old pictures. As a rule, they are of great length, and simply stuck into the ground with no intention of throwing them anywhere. During olympics games spears are usually thrown for some reason. But what is the reason? In USSR times, students were forced to take notes on Lenin's works. After they were checked, these notes were of no use to anyone, even the most ardent communists. The point of this was the process itself. When writing phrases, human brain subconsciously fixed their meaning to a certain degree. Stupidly and primitively, they forced people to learn unnecessary information. Here, forcing to throw spears, they stupidly and primitively program the audience and the thrower himself, that spears must be thrown, and there is nothing else behind it. For some reason, no one thinks that it could have been otherwise. Nobody cares about this at all.

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It turns out that spears could be used for a completely different purpose. There was no need to throw them. Using the right cap (disk-shaped in the latest example), spears could be turned into useful technical devices.

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This is some kind of a city holiday in Dresden at the end of the 19th century. We observe that spears with special discs constitute almost the main part of the pavilion structure. There are actually many more examples of spears in old photos.

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Here they are in Venice, apparently serving as piers for boats. They were even labeled with stripes. Now, by the way, they are nowhere to be found there.

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Here is Brazil again. You can see the very same spears (and a wireless, cableless train). Spears were fixed at the buildings and nobody wanted to throw them anywhere.

Night-time photos of these spears are super rare.

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Hanging lanterns on these spears made them glow in a strange way. Or, if the spears were grouped («accumulated») in a certain way on a metal framework, they electrified the entire metal structure. Accumulating a certain number of such spears (an army platoon for instance) would make those huge cannons (shown before) shoot. There is a reason why some engravings depict marching formations with spears and cannons pulled behind them. If you attach an axe blade to a spear, you get a halberd (which functions identically). If you bind these «axes» together with an aiguillette, you will increase the power of a weapon (by the number of axes, or soldiers carrying them). The thick rope/wire you saw near the huge cannon was the very same aiguillette, but of the appropriate size. I hope you get it now. Well, let’s get back to conspiracy theories.

But you are probably wondering, what made those weapons work. We have already found out that spears and axes used to have some kind of hollow heads/caps. Those heads/caps were filled with some unknown substance.

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Though, now we know what that substance was. You can find many videos on the internet, that show that very substance, which powered all antique devices. There is information that this substance was produced from gold.

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There is a reason why gold coins were replaced with paper money or coins made of other metals. But let’s digress for a moment, and talk about the smallest ruble monetary unit – kopeika (rus. – «копейка») (100 kopeek = 1 ruble). The official story behind this name is that it is related to the famous ancient image of a warrior that kills a dragon (because the word «копейка» allegedly comes from the word «копьё», which is «spear» in English). But there is another view, which states that kopeika was actually a unit of weight (for weighing gold), the same as zolotnik (which was also a unit of weight and a coin) («zoloto/золото» = «gold» in English). In old times, kopeikas used to be made of gold too. Applying the abovementioned facts to what we know about the spears (or копья), we may assume that 1 gold kopeika equalled the amount of gold needed to power up 1 spear. There used to be a practical side to this standard.

The reason why gold coins were withdrawn from usage by common people is to avoid any possibility that someone will find out that gold can be used as a component for production of the special substance we talked about earlier. At first, they at least wrote on paper money that they are backed up by gold (to encourage people to use it), but then they stopped doing even this. Now you know the reason why many old coins were made of gold.

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Gold coins could be exchanged for goods, or could be used to obtain light, heat, or weapons. This could not depreciate in any way – as long as the human race is alive, it constantly needs to consume material and non-material benefits, to heal and defend itself. The price of gold has always been solid. Even when the shadow government destroyed the technologies of the past, gold did not drop in price at all. And it never will. A narrow circle of people knows that all these candy wrappers-petrodollars can collapse any moment, making history repeat what happened 200 years ago. Whoever has gold –will survive. Those who do not possess it – will die.

By the way, I wonder if Great Tartary with its vast territory existed 200 years ago and earlier, how did its government function? I think the answer is obvious – there was no government. There was a single guarded «federal» center for the emission of gold money. The rest was independently supported locally. There were no parasites over the society.

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The Course of Empire - The Consummation of Empire by Thomas Cole

Unfortunately, this is just a superficial image of that Empire. I don’t think we’ll ever find out what it really was. The shadow government pulls us all into oblivion, and there is nobody to stop them. Those who tried to do something were destroyed. By the way, during 1990s, there were numerous reports in mass media about the loss of «gold of the party». I think it was something bigger than membership fees of CPSU. Can you guess what it is all about? Currently Russian is said to have its own gold reserve, but does anybody know where it is located geographically?

If at some point prices of gold will suddenly change – be sure that some of the big players decided to break the rules and convert back to traditional gold. Then you can expect the snowball to keep rolling around the whole planet, followed by all corresponding attributes, like wars, epidemics, uncontrolled waves of immigrants and other. The global propaganda will surely explain everything according to their agenda, as they usually do. It could be «lack of fresh water», «covid», or anything new. My intuition suggests that the end of the oil economy is not far off.

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