Tartarian Empire – Covered Up By People And Mud (Full Documentary)

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What if the history we were fed in school was not only wrong, but a blatant fabrication of the truth? What if, within the past 250 years, there was a worldwide, peaceful, technologically advanced civilization? What if the stories about perpetual war and the evil acts committed by humans were not the absolute historical truth we see them as?

“The Tartarian Empire was the biggest Empire in the history of Empires. What happen to Tartaria and why haven’t we been told about this history? Is this a massive cover up by the world governments? The question is why would they go through such lengths to keep this information from us? Who were the Tarters? Is there evidence of their existence? Special thanks to everyone researching mud floods & the hidden history of Tartaria.”

This documentary will make you think deeper than you’ve ever thought about the history of humankind. It will ask you tough questions. I ask you to watch this documentary with an open mind, do your own research, and form your own conclusions.

OFFICIAL CIA DOCUMENT REFERRING TO TARTARIA

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