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FORBIDDEN HISTORY

All of us have studied what society "TELLS" us is History in school & some have majored in it...BUT do we REALLY know our true history? As Shakespeare said-"And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." What can you find about Earth's, (& BEYOND} HIDDEN History? Please pin ONLY what is RELEVANT TO THE BOARD!! {{ABSOLUTELY NO PORN, HATE OR SALES }} ONLY PINS RELEVANT to the Board!

'Four-year-old Mary shucks two pots of oysters a day at Dunbar. She also tends the baby when she's not working! The boss said that next year Mary will work steady as the rest of them. The mother is the fastest shucker in the place. Earns 1.50 a day. Works part of the time with her sick baby in her arms. Father works on the dock. Location: Dunbar, Louisiana. 1911.'

Cannibal Colonists Devoured 14-Year-Old Girl At Jamestown Archaeologists have discovered physical evidence of cannibalism at Jamestown colony — the butchered remains of a 14-year-old girl.

Nippur Map 1400 BCE The oldest known map ever found.

Italy’s most ghoulish site, this crypt houses thousands of corpses, fully dressed and hung from hooks. The practice began in 1599 when local priests mummified a holy monk and allowed visitors. Soon regular residents of Palermo wanted to be remembered in this fashion. Bodies are arranged by gender and profession; their facial expressions often eerily visible.

Evidence of a Race of Giant Neanderthal hybrids has been found in North America. Excerts are from, "The Nephilim Chronicles; Fallen Angels in the Ohio Valley." Read this and believe that academia has not, and will not give you the "REAL" history of North America!

Biafra 1969 When the Igbos of eastern Nigeria declared themselves independent in 1967, Nigeria blockaded their fledgling country-Biafra. In three years of war, more than one million people died, mainly of hunger. In famine, children who lack protein often get the disease kwashiorkor, which causes their muscles to waste away and their bellies to protrude. War photographer Don McCullin drew attention to the tragedy. "I was devastated by the sight of 900 children living in one camp in utter s...

Noah's Ark found. Great Evidence.

7. The eye of Africa, Mauritania From space this mysterious shape in the Sahara Desert in Mauritania, really looks like the human eye. According to one theory, the eye was created when a meteor fell on the earth, while others believe it is a trace of an underground nuclear explosion. Currently there is no country in the world that possesses weapons that can do nearly that much of a blast.

VANISHED PERSIAN ARMY SAID FOUND IN DESERT Bones, jewelry and weapons found in Egyptian desert may be the remains of Cambyses' army that vanished 2,500 years ago.

A Ku Klux Klan member dangles a hangman's noose from a car as a warning to blacks to stay away from polling places in the municipal primary in Miami on May 3, 1939. Despite the threats, 616 blacks voted.

  • Tina Thompson

    So sad that they are on the raise again.

  • Megan Enos

    Sadly, they're actively recruiting in my hometown. They left fliers on everyone's lawn inviting them to a family dinner/recruiting party.

  • Teresa

    The KKK are cowards period!! They generally pulled their shit under the cover of night, in large groups, and with a damn hood over their faces! Where I'm from people do not fear COWARDS!

A clock in Hiroshima, destroyed during the atomic bombing of the city on August 6, 1945. Its time marks the moment when the bomb exploded: 8:15 AM.

"At the foot of Olympus".. The Ancient city of Dion, Katerini, Greece / by Makis Siderakis via Flick

Chernobyl’s legacy recorded in trees — The change in wood colour in these Scots pine logs indicates the year of the accident. Many of the trees show highly abnormal growth forms reflecting the effects of mutations and cell death resulting from radiation exposure

A mother and child struggle to go on living, August 10, 1945, a day after the atomic bomb was dropped over Nagasaki, Japan

Qanat Firaun, the most spectacular underground aqueduct of the ancient world The Qanat Firaun, otherwise known as the Gadara Aqueduct, is an ancient aqueduct that was built to supply water to the Roman-Hellenistic Decapolis, which now lie in present-day Syria and Jordan. Although the Arabic name ‘Qanat Firaun’ means ‘Canal of the Pharaohs’,

Ilse Weber. A Czech singer and poet, Ilse, along with her son and husband, was sent to the Thereseinstadt Concentration camp by the Nazis. She willingly followed her husband when he was transferred to Auschwitz, hoping to keep her family together. When her young son, Tommy, was sent to the gas chamber with other children, she voluntarily accompanied them, softly singing a lullaby she had written to keep them calm. The immensely beautiful song is called Wiegala. Her husband survived.

A little known town did a little known good deed on 9/11…

Clarence “Skip” Ellis was the first African-American to earn a PhD in Computer Science. He helped develop the concept of clicking icons which lead to the development of user friendly operating systems such as Windows or Mac. Most computer users, even highly proficient users, would not be able to operate their computer without this simple concept. Thank you, sir!

In 1970, Clifton Reginald Wharton Jr, was elected president of Michigan State University. He became the first African American president of a “major” American university.

First African American female Zoologist, ROGER ARLINER YOUNG

Nina Mae McKinney was an American actress who worked internationally in theatre, film and television after getting her start on Broadway and in Hollywood. Dubbed "The Black Garbo" in Europe, she was one of the first African-American film stars in the United States and was one of the first African Americans to appear on British television.

Ralph Bunche is the first African American Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was awarded in 1950 for his successful mediation of a ceasefire between four Arab nations and the State of Israel. (photo: Ralph Bunche Carl Van Vechten Photographs Collection, Library of Congress)

Spelman History is Black History: Audrey Forbes Manley, M.D., M.P.H., C'55 -- In 1988, Dr. Manley became the first Black woman to achieve the rank of Assistant Surgeon General. In 1997, Manley became the first alumna president of Spelman College.

Fritz Haarmann’s Preserved Head - Known as the "Butcher of Hanover" and the "Vampire of Hanover" was a German serial killer who is believed to have been responsible for the murder of 27 boys and young men between 1918 - 1924. He was convicted, found guilty of 24 murders and executed. Haarmann was beheaded by guillotine on April 15, 1925. His head was preserved in a jar by scientists to examine the structure of the brain. Haarmann's head is now kept at the Göttingen medical school.

Radium Toothpaste. Germany. On the back of the product’s tube it stated that ‘radioactive radiation increases the defenses of teeth and gums… cells are loaded with new life energy, the destroying effect of bacteria is hindered… it gently polishes the dental enamel and turns it white and shiny.’