Ancient Machine Parts

In this little video, Ancient Machine Parts, we will look into a super sized Turkish cannon, said to have been built in the 1400’s. The cannon is said to weight 37,000 pounds and the cannon balls alone weighs a little over 2000 pounds. At one point in the video you will see massive threads on the end of one of the cannons and it will seem obvious that this is more likely an ancient machine part and less likely a device used in war. When it comes to the cannon balls I am less certain as to what they may be. Could they be a type of natural stone hail? Could they be remnants of an attack from above in the past? Sometimes it seems clear what something is not and this seems to be the case with the cannon ball. Let me know your thoughts.

The coffee shop is going well and running pretty smoothly now. The landlord finally replaced the sewer line after 6 months of notification. It had reached the point that we were carrying dish water in buckets outside to dump in the back and I was ready to move out any day. Nice to have a normal drain again and let customers use the bathroom and do our dishes modern style.

Also the city of the future is still on my mind and another plan is brewing for a grand solution that will free all of humanity from the shackles of the slave system we were born into. The rabbit hole of the false historical narrative applies to all aspects of life including law, health, science, and spirituality and once we know the truth it really shall set us free. More on this to come!

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