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There was a civilization known as Tartaria that was responsible for providing energy to the entire world and creating a universal architectural style that can be seen in many parts of the world. These architectural designs were used to build palaces, mansions, and other buildings in various capital cities across the world. Tartaria also supplied materials and specialized builders to construct these buildings. Some of these constructions can be found in Brazil and Rio de Janeiro.
However, in 1870, the Oldenburg dynasty defeated the Tartarians and took over some of their secrets, including ancient high technology, which they then used to spread their influence around the world. In response, a group of conspirators sought to create a new world order and gained power in various cities. As a result, remnants of Tartarian culture were suppressed through wars and opium.
In 1889, a world exposition was held in Paris to showcase the achievements of various countries, but just a year later, African lands were being exploited for their resources. In 1910, a group of six individuals conspired on Jekyll Island to create a new financial system, sinking the Titanic to eliminate opposition. This led to the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913 and the overthrow of the Oldenburg Empire in 1917.
The invention of free energy was attributed to Nikola Tesla, but in reality, it was developed by the Tartarians. By the 1930s, free energy was destroyed in Brazil and by 1940, the last cable car powered by atmospheric energy circulated in Seattle. The new world order was established.
However, despite the efforts to erase the legacy of Tartaria and its contributions to the world, some people have continued to keep the memory alive. There are those who believe that Tartaria was a global empire that spread a 7,000-year-old Slav-tartar culture across all continents, and that the German dynasty inherited part of its secrets after the final defeat of Tartaria in 1870.
There are also those who claim that the grand exhibitions in Paris in 1889 and the construction of pavilions and galleries to exhibit machinery and artifacts were a testament to the culture, prosperity, and relative peace of the time.
Despite the subsequent exploitation of African lands and the estimated 15 million deaths of African people, and the disappearance of 40 million Native Americans, some people continue to search for the truth and keep the memory of the past alive.
In conclusion, while the history books may not tell the complete story of Tartaria and its contributions to the world, there are those who believe that the true history is still out there waiting to be uncovered.
Michelle Gibson was born in July of 1963, and raised outside of Washington, D.C. in Montgomery County, Maryland. She has a bachelor`s degree in Social Work and Psychology from the University of Maryland in Baltimore Country. She has lived in many different places and traveled extensively. She currently lives in Sedona. She firmly believes there would be no mysteries in history if we had been told the true history. She has been fascinated by megaliths most of her life, and her journey has led her to uncovering the key to the truth. She found a star tetrahedron on the North American continent by connecting the dots of major cities, and extended the lines out. Then she wrote down the cities that lined up primarily in circular fashion, and got an amazing tour of the world of places she had never heard of with remarkable similarities across countries. This whole process, and other pieces of the puzzle that fell into place, brought up information that needs to be brought back into collective awareness. She provides compelling evidence to support this.
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