Our history is not what we think! Over the past few thousand years, someone or something has warped our own history.
Our versions of the past has been mistranslated, changed, altered, and skewed to fit someone else’s understanding of reality, and completely left our many things that the history books cannot explain.
Hidden History fills the gap between archaeology and alternative history, using the latest available data and a common-sense, open-minded approach.
Bulgarian researcher Silvie Ivanova asks “Who invented most of what we call civilization? Who invented all those things we tend to attribute to sophisticated and refined society?”
“Everybody knows the answer”, she says, “the Romans”. Through their ingenuity they built a magnificent building ISM engineered masterpieces, such as the water aqueducts and flowing hot water into their villas.
The layouts of their cities sometimes surpassed even our modern ones, due to the precise planning beforehand.
Silvie believes the impression we possess over the Romans was created by our history books of TV documentaries, but even if millions or even billions believe a certain story “this is by itself not proof that the story is true”, she says.
So, let’s look at the actual architectural evidence available and decide if there are actual grounds to believe these stories are not.
The people considering themselves respectable academics to find the Roman architectural style as a simplified ancient Greek style, making a rough copy of your neighbor’s house can barely be classified as anything innovative.
Not to mention how questionable the very term ancient Greek culture is by itself, that we have a much greater number and far more impressive so-called ancient Greek ruins outside of Greece.
But what Silvie found very interesting was that the so called academics who also suggested that the ancient Greek civilization rules from the ashes of other cultures.