Do you have any favorite historical clothing?
I have a thing for samurai armor, specially Heian period.
Also historic clothes thread.
>Quetzalcoatl is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "feathered serpent"
>Quetzalcoatl is sometimes depicted as a white man(light hair, fair skin and standing 7 ft tall) looking nothing like the mesoamerican people who worshipped him
>Moctezuma II initially believed the landing of Hernán Cortés in 1519 to be Quetzalcoatl's return.
Wuz we Aztecs and shit?
>If she is old enough for candy, then she is old enough for Gandhi
What did he mean by this?
Would The Balkans be less shit without the Ottoman invasion?
>live in a country with Roman Catholic majority
>people say Jesus Maria instead of Jesus Christ to show their exasperation
>goddess worship is a thing again like in the olden days
Who /post-neopaganism/ here?
My mom believes in all kinds of supernatural catholic miracles which is bacially a continuation of the old hyperborean greenpillery which has become ingrained within aryan germanic DNA itself over the millenia
last one his image limit, shitpost here instead
Yes, yes well done Hannibal for defeating our forces in Cannae.
Try to point an one mistake. You can't. Congress was literally perfect and fair. Not bullshit system, like the meme treaties of Trianon and Versailles.
What are some foreign/domestic religions and cults in areas where you live?
Where I'm from there are some Hare Krishna, Jehoova's witnesses, reformed Bogomils and new age here and there.
Can anyone share some experiences with Hare Krishna, how it works, what they're like etc.?
What went wrong?
Opus bonus, Carthago, Bonus opus.
> Firstly, we defeat United Kingdom.
> Only THEN army invading Soviets.
How can you even fuck up this simple strategy?
Tell me /his/ why did the Spanish civil war happen?
What are your favourite historical blunders?
>proclaim we'll leap to heaven in a single bound
>end up with a huge economic disastor and starving peasants
>People exaggerate their grain production to appease glorious leader so half of it gets donated to korea or something
Italy making the blunder to open a front against Greece.It delayed operation Barbarosa enough so that the crucual months of the war against Russia were in the winter.Overconfidence at its best!
>the honjo masamune
>one of the most famous swords in japanese history
>made by the greatest swordsmith to ever live
>passed down generation by generation for hundreds of years in the tokugawa shogunate's family line
>designated a national treasure of japan in 1939
>in 1945 japan loses the war and the occupation authorities order all swords to be handed over since they are 'weapons'
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Unfortunately Japanese swordsmanship was associated with right wing militarism by the US. This is not without some justification as kendo was basically used as a recruiting tool for the military.
the US therefore went out of its way to destroy many blades. Its very unfortunate in many ways
What the fuck were they thinking?