World Fair Cultures
Some of the customs designed by the World Congress of Faiths and Colonial Human Zookeepers seem so foreign and over the top its hard to image they could develop without some guidance. Its all part of the mystique the region is intended to generate, part of the attraction.
This is supposed to be a real thing, called the Tibetan Tongue Greeting. First I thought it was a joke but if you sift through the old pictures you’ll find enough of them. Its a joke sure, an inside joke for the Luciferian human-zoo keepers that made it up. This is called the Black Tongue Greeting, a thousand years ago a sadistic ruler was known for having a black tongue, for then on, whenever two strangers met they would show each other their tongue to prove he was not the reincarnation of the evil bad guy.
The last Queen of Mongolia vs. Queen Amidala. The Star Wars character wasnt modeled after reality. The Mongol was created by the same group of Spooksin a sort of living virtual-reality. This type of bling only comes from Hollywood spellcasters.
First images to breech the outside. 108 braids, each meaningful, like prayer beads.
The object is to create, as fantastic as possible, a culture which captures the awe of the Outsider viewing for the first time in history. A culture worthy of display at the World Fair
Left: Navajo from 4 Corners region U.S., Right: Younghusband expedition 1904. certain customs are borrowed from one to the other. In certain aspects the difference between the two cultures would only vary as similar as would be from tribe to tribe within each culture. Physically speaking as well; you could swap out members from opposite cultures and the differences would only be minor. I think they both came from the same breeding stock originally. Extensive genetics projects would have made all the different physical traits of people all over the world
More World Fair Culture
Traditional foot binding, Shanghai, 1874
Human Zoo’s for Slave Populations
In the image above it shows men throwing bodies onto a pyre it claims for sanitation reasons. In the 1890’s a plague broke out which eliminated much of the population. This is highly doubtful. Much like today, a plague gave the opportunity to restrict travel and explain population numbers. If there were really mass casualty events it was human introduced.
At the World Fairs
1900 Universal Expo
Industrial Expo is a label to disguise the World Fairs
The Expo section of town looks more at home in Europe or parts of America than the Orient.
Bonzai or Banzai Bridge was a part of the “Fair Japan,” an entire Japanese village first exhibited at the St. Louis Exposition. It was removed from the St. Louis World’s Fair and added to Olentangy Park on May 7, 1905. The Olentangy Picnic Grounds were developed by Robert Turner in 1880 on the land adjacent to the Olentangy River by the old mill. He built a tavern on the site in 1881 and named the area “The Villa.” By 1883, diving and swimming exhibitions and scull races were being held there. The Columbus Railway, Power & Light Company purchased the Villa, which then lay just outside of the Columbus city limits, on January 20, 1896, and opened a small amusement park on the property on June 12, 1896. The Dusenbury brothers acquired the park in 1899, then added a theater, boating facilities, and other attractions. In 1905, the Dusenburys added “Fair Japan.” By 1909, daring individuals could ride the Red Devil roller coaster, the Whirlwind, the Old Mill, the Loop-the-Loop, the Crazy Ho