The other week, someone left an intriguing comment about the “lost generation.” Thanks, Ruth! That set me off on yet another rabbit trail, but one that fits in perfectly with an idea I’ve already explored – there’s something strange about 1890.
Ever since I began reading The Tripod series to my children, I’ve been gaining new insights into what a post-reset world would actually look like. Hint: take a look around you.
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.
I’ve had several people ask me to explain my ever-evolving thoughts on the possibility that the millennial kingdom already happened and that we are now living in the “little season.” Today’s video is yet another thought exercise for me because, as you’ll see when you watch, I’m not even close to having it all figured out, and I’m actually okay with that.
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 became interested in looking into Ellis Island because of the Old World architecture, but what I found out about the history of Ellis Island itself was VERY interesting, to say the least.
People often ask how there could have been a hidden civilization here in America if there are no records of people finding ruins. If you’ve wondered the same, this video might be very interesting for you.