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The Phantom Time Hypothesis, developed by Heribert Illig, proposes that error and falsification have radically distorted the historical record. In his analysis, we have dilated the course of true events, so that they appear to cover far greater lengths of time than in fact passed. The so-called dark ages, for example, only appear that way because those centuries were in fact mere decades.
Close readings of videos such as Eple help us trace the outlines of events that occured between February 1978 and December 15, 19831, the time span at hand (i.e. it is currently 2017 -- not 2012 -- if for the sake of illustration this period is taken to be the only "lost" span of years).
Originally posted by Ghost of America
reply to post by Jason88
Thanks for this. TBH, I only have only explored your first link so far.
Over the years I've gained a vast distrust in our "official" human timeline. The "official" world series of events is the version sold in encyclopedias sold to western nations. The internet has opened up so many resources to new information. So much of our past could have easily been hidden. From childhood, we're only taught ALL history from a certain view. A decided view. But who's view?edit on 12-10-2011 by Ghost of America because: Sorry for quoting "official" twice. It's annoying, I know...edit on 12-10-2011 by Ghost of America because: (no reason given)