Here are a handful of images that are worth singling out from a few of the museum archives. So heres the thing, all museums are gatekeepers. Every one. This might sound laughably impossible to most of you, I get it. I was like that at first too in the beginning, but its not that difficult to comprehend. Its the same principle as the media. You cant try to compare news outlets like one is more credible than the rest or you’ll just end up fucking yourself. Theyre all the same. Each faction calls themselfs a different name based on geographical location only serves to confuse you. Museums are the same way. When youre fully aware there is no distinguishing between the media and the museums you can pat yourself on the back, thats a big step. Next you have to appreciate there is no difference between anything. It is all a single entity with innumerable mirror images. Anybody that tries to play this angle will use the words ‘matrix’ and ‘simulation’, they just outed themselves. Not every body is an agent, some people just dont know and are expressing the truth as they know it. Thats why you shouldnt get too attached to a single source. Except for me of course. lol. jk.
Matthew Benjamin Brady
*for some reason I keep calling Matthew Brady by the name of Robert, if you see the mix up anywhere this is the correction.
That was my poor attempt at an intro for this thing here. I only did that bc Im trying to make it easy for the new guy in the back that doesnt really know whats going on yet. I see the social media posts and comments and ppl are generally becoming more aware that the wild west narrative with Cowboys and Indians is just hollywood history, I guess thats like tourist-trap history, I gotta make my own words up here bc nobody has every covered this before, Im doing the best I got so cut me some slack. How would YOU say it?
What about Europe? They didnt have any Indians to fake. No but they had the Medieval Dark Ages, which they use they same script, sort of. Look, while searching the Antwerp museum archives I came across some studio portraits. I didnt think much of it at first but later on that day it was still nagging me but I didnt know why. Then I realized it was no different than the Indian studio portraits from the American archives.
When I was researching the Westward Expansion essay it lead me to a photographer, Mathew Brady. Brady was an Abraham Lincoln photographer and did many of the key battles during the Civil War. To make a long story short everything Brady was involved in was fake bc Brady was fake. He was a fictional character made up to give credit to all these psychological operations, hes like the George Washington of photography, anytime there was photographic evidence of something I knew was fake it was always his name attached. When I looked at the archives of just his work I noticed there were alot of subjects just labeled ‘actor’. It took some time to figure out what was going on. These were the people in all his shoots of the false flags. The fake Civil War battles still had real people running around ancient ruins in uniform. The Cowboys still had real people dressed in costume. Thats what I was looking at in the Museum of Antwerp archives. I had to go back and look twice. Look what TF I found.
These two clowns are stuck into the Brady jacket bc this time period is the European equivalent to the Wild West. These are their version of Cowboys and Indians. There was no Royal Court or Dark Ages or none of that shit. Furthermore what are European actors doing in an American file? Because its a World order. It’s the same group thats going to need actors in Civil War uniforms thats going to need these fools that look like a Disney movie.
From the famous family of Basel which we get the Merian Dictionary from, these were language and map makers. He published numerous maps , city views and chronicles. His main work is the Topographia Germaniae, printed in 1642.
The work presents in great detail more than 2,000 views of notable cities, monasteries and castles of the Holy Roman Empire ; it is still considered one of the most important works of geographical illustration. This is how easy it is to fake history. One source for so much from an elite family nobody could challenge even if they thought to.
They are all Starforts. Every old German city is its own Starfort. All of a sudden Starforts have lost some credibility. The moats are representations of the old canal grid and within the Starfort walls even the old fake engravings appear like there is more waterway than footpath. I’m not buying there was only starforts for population centers with nothing inbetween except maybe some land. The explaination could be that multiple sites are joined together to make it appear as one giant super-structure. The water level was different too, could be only the higher elevated hilltops were walled off with a canal complex within the walls itself. There are some old Starfort maps with modern streets laid out superimposed, the modern street view looks more organic than the starfort lines, leading me to believe this was only a theme for the times and not always the case, just another fake narrative bullet point; just make every single old city a starfort. This takes focus off the real starforts that still exist today.
The image below is actually the one that I use for my menu background. I never knew the origins, only that it was an illustration of the Jamestown Massacre, which never happened.
Thirty Years Wars is a Cover for the Reset
In one of the publications with his name on it there is a surviving record of the Thirty Years War which is still one of the main sources of information for Medieval warfare today. Another clue is a lot of his works are housed in the Netherlands; some at the Hague and some in Amsterdam at the Rijksmuseum
The only thing it really does is show a copy of all the previous Starfort-City bodies being bombarded with cannons and over run with soldiers. This is supposed to be an explanation of why there are no more Star-Cities left in Germany/Europe. All the Medieval Wars are a cover for the Reset. Each region has its own flavor, France, for instance, has the 100 years war. Notice these phony wars dont even have real names.
Europe as a whole has Napoleon to give cover for the Reset but he is kinda late for the Medival Ages, most of the Star Cities were already destroyed by his time, he just mopped up some of the stand-alone forts and castles.
His work titled Theatrum Europaeum is supposed to document the destruction of the Starfort culture. It just shows the same Starfort cities being blown up. I like how the name calls it a theater. Thats bc its all show. The Movie Magick of it’s day. The collection is housed at the Hague too, not just that but the Peace Palace. Most people think, myself included until recently, that the Hague was just the name of the International Criminal Court, but it’s not. The Hague is an entire city located between Amsterdam and Antwerp. Another level low-laying coastal city with the signature Old World canal grid they all have.
Not just that but the fake war-mongering narrative script is housed in a building called the Peace Palace, which IS the home of the International Criminal Court. SHows how genuine that entity is. The word ‘Peace’ is a mocking wordplay ‘Piece’, which the two are opposites, you have to learn how our language is used to keep us enslaved… By families like the Merians.
And the book starts off with the All Seeing Eye over the world symbolism along with representations of fake ancient cultures; Rome, India, Greece. All these have intent and meaning.
I think they should rename it Star wars bc its just as real and they like the word puns so much.
Destruction of the Starfort Builder Culture
The 30 Years War is a bullshit Normie history way to dismiss the methodical destruction of the ancient artifacts. There is some truth to removing them for the good against future resistance usage. If you got them all, you dont need any, you do you need to defend against? Best to remove them in cast potential future threats, (?)
Taken from the Ministry of Truth:
Hohentwiel Fortress after being razed by the French from August to October 1801 (08-10/1801; Aces and Eights)
Demolition usually refers to the demolition of castles or fortifications of the losing party in a military conflict. It is carried out by removing, leveling, blasting or tearing down. Only rarely was the system completely destroyed. (They lie)
The term is also used in the resettlement of places to expand opencast mining areas and was relevant to the forced resettlements on the inner-German border .
The term originally referred to the demolition and rendering unusable of conquered enemy fortresses, as these were strategically extremely important just before the invention of black powder and the resulting advent of wall-breaking weapons. The opponent should be weakened by reducing the ability to block future attacks. It was mainly razed for military reasons if the conquered area was not to be permanently occupied or if the new owners could only use the defense system to a limited extent.
Grinding for economic reasons
In the 19th century, many of the outdated forts were razed as they had become militarily obsolete and the growing cities demanded more and more space. Demolition was often the easiest way to create building land on the area of the fortifications located in the city center. This process of removing urban fortifications is specifically referred to as softening or defortification . The resulting overburden of brick , clinker , boulders , etc. served as building material. The demolition was carried out by mechanically removing walls and ramparts, leveling ditches and, if necessary, by blasting. The areas on which the fortifications were located were mostly used as parks and green areas ( promenades ) or for (ring) roads (see Ringpark ). Sometimes individual components considered historically significant were preserved and included in the green areas or the new streets and squares, e.g. B. some medieval city gates in Cologne or the Holsten Gate in Lübeck.
Outlines of the old ramparts are often still clearly visible in the cityscape. Examples are Planten un Blomen in Hamburg , the Frankfurt plant ring as a replacement for the ramparts there , the Bremen ramparts , the Cologne green belt or the Münstersche Promenade . In some cities such as B. Aachen you can see two ring roads , which are based on an older and a newer fortification (see Aachen city wall ). The Vienna Ringstrasse is also famous.
- The boulevard (bulwark) originally also referred to a ring road that was razed.
- In 1862, Johann Strauss (son) composed a Demolierer-Polka (Op. 269) for the demolition of the Viennese fortifications .
- The verb schleifen is regularly inflected in this context : schleifen , never schleifen . 
More chapters to be added as I go, my work schedule has changed again so I never know how much time I’m going to be able to have