The Hidden History of Tartaria & The Reset of Human Memory

Kane Khanh | Archeaology
April 5, 2024

The Hidden History of Tartaria & The Reset of Human Memory
It would have been a lost civilization, a powerful and extensive empire that would have occupied all of northern Asia until approximately 1775.

May be an image of monument

Tartary or Great Tartary would have been a lost civilization, a powerful and extensive empire that would have occupied all of northern Asia until approximately 1775. It was like an ancient World Order, known as the “greatest country in the world.” It ranged from the territory of the Caspian Sea and the Ural Mountains to the coasts of the Pacific Ocean.

Tartary would have disintegrated following several catastrophes and would also have suffered suppression by the world elite. One of the catastrophes would have been an infamous and mysterious massive mud flood.

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The goal was to hide their cities and evidence of their empire (from the Old World Order to form the New World Order). In the history books this nation appears, occupying all of Siberia, it would not be a lost civilization (completely), but there would be several important aspects that are said to have been suppressed, such as its imperial character and influence over Europe and Asia.

Tartary appears on several official maps and publications from before the 19th century, but already then it begins to disappear from these. According to new researchers, this nation would also have been very advanced (unique), with clean and free technology.

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Some examples would be in mysterious photographs with old technology. Tartary was a noble ancient civilization. The alternative narrative says that it was infiltrated and destroyed by the world’s elite (or a set of various other empires). The reasons were the ambition for its extensive territory and to steal and manage the scientific and technological knowledge it contained. This disintegration would have been implemented since the medieval era. Source: Historical