posted on Sep, 3 2010 @ 02:15 PM
I'm a history addict myself.
The problem is that standard history and "conspiracy" history can be poles apart and clash in some very unexpected, even exasperating ways.
In the same way that physics and "conspiracy physics" clash in the Nibiru debates.
The history of the early church, the 1st century history of the Jews, the "dark ages", the ending of the War of Independance- I've entered
discussions on all of these and found myself in the middle of someone's idiosyncratic theory.
There's an existing "Ancient civilisations" forum, which is often used in a way more history than conspiracy. I wonder how far the definition of
"Ancient" can be stretched.