Academic history is pure horeshit. St. Peter didn't found St. Petersberg using unskilled native savages for labor producing Roman architecture and statues of Roman gods. It was a preexisting "Roman" city.
Oh look, a Pre Columbian Roman Bust found in Mexico: http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/articles/romanbust.htm
Under 3 stone floors, of a Mexican Temple.
Oh look, Brazil banned underwater exploration because someone discovered Roman shipwrecks off the coast.https://www.nytimes.com/1985/06/25/science/underwater-exploring-is-banned-in-brazil.html
Hey, do you believe that Colonialists who were slaughtering the native Brazilians loved them so much they built Roman Aqueducts for them, and once all the people were dead, no one ever used the aqueducts? Because that's a "HISTORY REMINDER" that the official narrative is bullshit.
Bonus, let's take a screenshot of what the US coastline looks like:
That's just Florida. Louisiana has tons of these hundreds of miles of straight dredged canals and sea ports now under feet of water since the sea levels rose. There's Roman ruins all along New England as well.
You've learned some stories, sometimes they're used as alegory, but most didn't happen. Go outside.Or research the occult man, you'll have better understanding of all the true history of our world
Only then will you be able to understand what the "Eternal City" is, where the capital of the ancient empire was.
We still live under the "Roman Empire" today. It never fell. It went underground. Read Plato's Republic. These kids are the solider class.
Last episode had the floating dirigible creating lightning storms with tendrils connected to the ground. It was revealing the secrets of Free Energy:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENeDkGce5-4
This whole show is about the harnessing and use of energy both electrically, chemically, mineralogically, spiritually, socially, etc.
The Eternal City can run off of free energy.