Mandela Timeline

There is a Canadian youtuber, Lone Eagle, whose presents some very interesting stuff and much of it resonates with me.

I distinctly remember my study hall of 9th and 10th grades, back in the late 1970s in the DC are, at Our Lady of Good Counsel. We’d go to the back room of the library and watch old black and white reels of World War II, thanks to the librarian. It was a film projector. The quality of these films was poor – jumpy, scratchy, an under- or over-exposed.

There were even fewer films of World War I, and those were of even poorer quality. WWI documentaries were collages of still photographs. Any moving images consisted of a few seconds of artillery being fired or some shadowy figures moving across no-man’s land. Very grainy. Photography and film were just starting, they said. The decade afterwards then saw the beginning of silent pictures, etc…

Before World War I, there was basically nothing – nothing – available to see in terms of film footage.

In our new timeline, however, we now have high-quality film footage of World War I. True, existing footage has been rendered by computers and colorized, but I seriously doubt even today’s computers can add the sharp, crisp detail we now see. Plus, there is a ton of new footage – of both WWI and WWII (the “big one”) that I’ve never seen before anywhere. Where and when did all this new footage get generated?

Also, we now have film footage of the late 1800s, much of it of excellent quality.

In any case, Lone Eagle does a good job showing us that footage, and explaining his ideas and speculations. I share his sense of awe and marvel over these images. Many of them are mesmerizing.

The first video provides an unexpectedly good moment near the end and it is worth watching all the way through.

The other videos are also excellent, and they follow the first.  The first is 11 minutes, the second is 9 minutes, and the third is 24 minutes. If you “get it,” and feel the sense of time travel, you’ll probably watch all these.


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