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Looks like Season 3 only contains one episode. In any case, based on episode descriptions, this looks like a pretty dumb show that mostly "investigates" fictional tales like vampires and King Arthur to see if they are real (spoiler: they are not). Real history is fascinating - why waste time on stuff like this?
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Looks like Season 3 only contains one episode. In any case, based on episode descriptions, this looks like a pretty dumb show that mostly "investigates" fictional tales like vampires and King Arthur to see if they are real (spoiler: they are not). Real history is fascinating - why waste time on stuff like this?
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Looks like Season 3 only contains one episode. In any case, based on episode descriptions, this looks like a pretty dumb show that mostly "investigates" fictional tales like vampires and King Arthur to see if they are real (spoiler: they are not). Real history is fascinating - why waste time on stuff like this?
one episode so far. If you buy it now you get the rest of the season. Season 1 had 12 episodes, but season 2 only had six. I'm not buying it either, so I'm not saying your critique is far off...
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Looks like Season 3 only contains one episode. In any case, based on episode descriptions, this looks like a pretty dumb show that mostly "investigates" fictional tales like vampires and King Arthur to see if they are real (spoiler: they are not). Real history is fascinating - why waste time on stuff like this?
Real history like Columbus discovered America?
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History is written by and suppressed by "winners" aka the current rulers. You're not getting real history only what is allowed.
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ok, I'm all for a deal - and something to watch. I have no-rush promo credit to spend anyway.

I bought season 3 for $2.99 - thanks, op. I bought season 2 for $8.99...

Season one not available for sale? $3.99/month destination unknown package subscription? BEAT...

Not even any "other ways to watch" link...
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History is written by and suppressed by "winners" aka the current rulers. You're not getting real history only what is allowed.
This Marxist theory is not born out by reality.
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Real history like Columbus discovered America?

How about blacks and Native Americans owning slaves in America?
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Real history like Columbus discovered America?
Well, if we are gonna be all pedantic and snootie about things, like yourself, yeah, Columbus did discover America for the Europe of his time. Yes, Native Americans and Vikings, blah, blah, blah. History is written for the victors and those in power, not for the pedantic nerd.
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History for the TL;DR crowd (everything else is ultimately inconsequential)...

Step 1 - Nothingness
Step 2 - Explosions and violence
Step 3 - Stars and planetary bodies form
Step 4 - More explosions and violence (creating new elements)
Step 5 - Cosmic soup yields life
Step 6 - Monkeys learn how to use tools
Step 7 - Monkeys become so advanced that they derive ways to destroy their entire species within minutes, become obsessed with shiny objects (gollum) and dopamine hits, and forget to keep looking up at the night sky with any sense of wonder.

"Repugnant is a creature who would squander the ability
To lift an eye to heaven, conscious of his fleeting time here" -MJK

If you're into real history though, this book/audiobook is pretty amazing (and surprisingly entertaining... not hours of dull/dry lecture)...
https://www.amazon.com/Short-Hist...076790818X
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How about blacks and Native Americans owning slaves in America?
I can go deep into this subject, but I won't for many reasons, mostly because I know too many people don't have any degree of study past high school, and will reject the information. The others will reject due to being emotional, and some with agreements and agendas to keep the secrets.
"Native American" Technically is anyone born on the continent. And American applies to everyone from the top of Alaska down to the bottom of Chile. But I do understand the mental disconnect some will have with that.
Those so called "blacks" are the Aboriginal people of the land, and are the"Native Americans".
There was slavery, but not like what the masses have been programmed by the Rockefeller school systems and reinforced by Hollywood to believe. Those who are falsely labeled as "native Americans" came here from Eurasia. Mostly from Mongolia by land and sea. When they arrived they mixed with those so called "blacks", who were always here and have always been here. Those civilizations were know by many names, Olmec, Aztecs etc. It's very hard to wrap ones head around all this because it was so long ago. But the artifacts left behind (hidden) sometimes in plain sight, tell the truth.
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I can go deep into this subject, but I won't for many reasons, mostly because I know too many people don't have any degree of study past high school, and will reject the information. The others will reject due to being emotional, and some with agreements and agendas to keep the secrets.
"Native American" Technically is anyone born on the continent. And American applies to everyone from the top of Alaska down to the bottom of Chile. But I do understand the mental disconnect some will have with that.
Those so called "blacks" are the Aboriginal people of the land, and are the"Native Americans".
There was slavery, but not like what the masses have been programmed by the Rockefeller school systems and reinforced by Hollywood to believe. Those who are falsely labeled as "native Americans" came here from Eurasia. Mostly from Mongolia by land and sea. When they arrived they mixed with those so called "blacks", who were always here and have always been here. Those civilizations were know by many names, Olmec, Aztecs etc. It's very hard to wrap ones head around all this because it was so long ago. But the artifacts left behind (hidden) sometimes in plain sight, tell the truth.
I'm intrigued. Do you have a YouTube video or link to a location I can read up more on this?
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I'm intrigued. Do you have a YouTube video or link to a location I can read up more on this?
I don't put anything up on YouTube. I study a lot of history, reading, videos, networking, etc. I don't have any particular videos that you would watch to get all the answers in one or two videos. But I can give you some key words that should bring up a whole rabbit whole of information. I will say that much of the information is scattered and you'll not find one source for everything. Here one or two that come come to mind, Dane Calloway, I would start at the old videos. Medicine Man is another one, also start way back. I really don't have any other YT channels on those subjects. A video I recommend to some, B.B.C documentary called The cocaine mummies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57gaB1VtJiQ
That one is for the mainstream of people, they tell some truths, but have to have someone to discredit the information in order to confuse. The best part of that documentary is right around the 40 min mark. Another one that just came to mind, is more of a subject than a video. Not related to the side of the globe, but some try to make that claim. But interesting enough because that history is not told here in the U.S. Check out the information, (BUT DON"T GET TAKEN BY THE OTHER STUFF WITH IT) The Moors of Europe, what people call black people today. I found it interesting that people don't like to talk about that history. I know why.
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