Truth Hertz: Underwater Ruins (6-3-16)

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Charles discusses how an ancient catastrophe appears to have submerged many advanced civilizations.

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Paula
4 years ago

good show. thanks for posting. Enjoy your weekend

free your mind
4 years ago

Valuable information, thank-you again! I was lucky enough to have an interesting history professor. He said the best way to learn history is through the dirt. You are a very good teacher. In fact, I feel like I am undoing and moving forward in thought at the same time.

free your mind
Reply to  free your mind
4 years ago

…or the best way to learn history in this case, would be through….the water.
So many unknowns about our ancient past. I often wonder what was pilfered from the Library of Alexandria, or is in the Smithsonian.

SathingtonW
4 years ago

How hard would it be to plop down some rocks from an aircraft carrier?

In other words, thanks for the podcast to pass time, I guess.

White people are wedged between the demands of the Natural and the various man made ideologies, religions, Christianities of the world.

The precise motivation to talk about random miscellaneous debris on end intrigues me most about Charles. I’m no longer sure what age group the ancient aliens narrative is supposed to target. The attempt to reforge the nebulous Bible into a materialist historical narrative work of science fiction is interesting but not plausible, no matter how many artifacts or pseudo-graphic papyri they drop post 1945.

SathingtonW
4 years ago

Jew ideology at best is a scapegoat foil to mask Christian degeneracy. The concept of a Jew tracing ancestry back to a chosen Jewish mother is tragic as Semites are a social construct.

jewbanker
4 years ago

great show charles, re the samson hair thing, i read a report on us army rangers in the vietnam war that used native american indian scouts but found they lost their tracking skills when they had their hair cut. further study found the group that had their hair cut did lost their skills while the group that kept their long hair didnt. re the whale story, on a high school trip to the eden whaling museum in the town of eden australia we were told a story of a whaler from the 1800s that fell off a whaling boat and was swallowed by a sperm whale, then a couple of days later that whale was caught and when cut open he was found alive but… Read more »

Steve L
Reply to  jewbanker
4 years ago

The whaler was James Bartley, 1891. The story is a seaman’s tale.
https://www.truthorfiction.com/newjonah/

jewbanker
Reply to  Steve L
4 years ago

that wasnt him, he was a whaler out of eden australia.

Andy
4 years ago

what is the email for contacting Charlie?

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