Today’s video is a little shorter than usual, but I wanted to take the time to discuss the tree, titan, and melted buildings theories.
As someone who is very vocal about questioning the narrative, I’ve had many people ask for advice on how to teach our children to do the same. Here’s one example of what we’re doing right now.
One of the best ways to make sense of our true history is to see our own communities with new eyes and take stock of what we find.
Today’s video is an exploration of old world Philadelphia and some of my thoughts on the reset.
In my last QtN video, I mentioned how the architects of our historical narrative like to repeat similar events throughout our timeline. In today’s video, I provided what I believe to be fantastic evidence of this. It’s time to delve into crystal palaces.
I wanted to do something different for this week’s QtN video. I’ve already done three videos on giants and wanted to address the opposite end of the spectrum – little creatures – because, yes. There are stories of them all over the world, too.
Let’s explore lunatic asylums a little further today because I find the subject fascinating to think about. In addition, let’s explore the notion that there ARE castles in the United States. They were just designated as penitentiaries.
Although this video was originally going to be directed at homeschoolers, I’m finding that this is a question we ALL need to seriously start asking in this day and age.
When was the last time you asked HOW???
Today’s QtN video is a bit shorter, I know, but I really thought it would be helpful to go over some explanations being presented for mudflood windows because, you know what? It’s not as cut and dry as some people believe.
Although I had to edit out a portion of this video because I got a copyright claim for 45 seconds of a video with no sound, I think this is one of my favorite videos in this series. To me, it solidifies so much of what I’ve been saying about manufactured history, #mudfloods, and, the fact that, yes, there are underground cities, and you CAN build one city on another.