Old books mentioning starforts

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Mike M
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Re: Old books mentioning starforts

Post by Mike M » Tue Sep 17, 2019 3:06 pm

One more note before I soldier on.

You may note the existence of twin spired buildings in all of these drawings that I post from my i-j600's/1600s collection.

You may also note the "flag poles" too often occuring, even in these old drawings.

You may also note the diminutive nature of the people.

You may also note that the stars are NOT filled in with dirt.

You may also note that each coat-of-arms is topped by a lyre(liar) on the left and top with protrusions that may relate to some electrical purpose. What are all these additional horns/branches coming out of the lyre's?

You may also note that each coat-of-arms has a long-hat-man on the right looking up to the center. Who is he? I've seen him in other old drawings & exampled by others going through drawings discussed on YT, such as UAP, Liedtke, Life Kreationz's channels, et al.

You may note that the sword in this first drawing is not pointed and appears to be.....square???? How very useful!

You might also note that the coats-of-arms are usually presented with 8 pointed snowflakes or stars that to me, at least, resemble the live-active energy collector that we have seen from Thailand or China on YT. It is also present on rulers "outfits", though not on this first one. Very interesting.....to me at least.

Finally, Fenton, please dump the duplicate photos that are sideways. Thank you much for your editing prowess.

To all - I'm trying to stay on Star topic. My apologies if you consider your time wasted looking at co-factors/contributors/coincidental/co-conspiratorial items revolving around the StarCiv. It seems there are uncountable things from our past that we've not been taught but which relate. Just trying to share what I see.

Mike

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Re: Old books mentioning starforts

Post by Mike M » Sat Sep 21, 2019 9:01 am

Here is star 2 from what is, I believe Saxony in Germany, from my book.

Also shown is the leader of the times. Interesting to me are many things but the Lyre as well as the 8 point energy star at the top of the shield in his coat of arms.
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Re: Old books mentioning starforts

Post by Fenton » Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:11 pm

Tidied 'em up...

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Re: Old books mentioning starforts

Post by Mike M » Tue Oct 22, 2019 2:02 am

With this post is my ~350 year old drawing (by my research) depicting 2nd temple Jerusalem as perceived by Germans of the 1600s/j600s.

Fairly remarkable that they apparently found it normal to have fountains throwing water to & fro without electricity, as necessary today in most cases without significant vertical head pressure.....or a lot of hamster wheels.
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