Aug. 27, 2022

The Tartarian Empire and The Mud-Flood Theory

The Tartarian Empire and The Mud-Flood Theory

The Internet has recently given rise to a new alternative world history claim. It is based on the idea that there was a global catastrophe that destroyed a highly developed civilization and gave rise to the countries as we know them today. Proponents think this catastrophe occurred sometime in the 1800s.

The event was referred to as a"mud flood," as several feet of mud flowed in and buried the ground levels of all the homes and businesses. 


These towns and cities that were partially buried made up Tartaria, a highly developed society that had free wireless energy and was home to, at least in part, giants...

Out with the old and in with the new, and that "new" civilization is us, was the "reset" of civilization.

Kansas City, 1860s

Tartaria and the Mud Flood comes from the darkest underbelly of Internet conspiracy theory culture, not from mainstream historians, archaeologists, or geologists.


Tartars were actually the generic designation used by Europeans up until the middle of the nineteenth century for the people who lived in the mostly undiscovered regions of Asia, including what we now call Manchuria, Siberia, and Central Asia. 

Many pre-20th century globe maps classified these regions simply as Tartary; as geographical knowledge grew, Manchuria and Mongolia were renamed Chinese Tartary, Siberia was renamed Great Tartary, and Central Asia was renamed Independent Tartary.

Joachim Skaar a Norwegian who runs The Tartarian Meltdown YouTube channel says, 

“I think that it was one worldwide civilization, It was all based on unity, oneness, peace, love, and harmony, which we don’t see in today’s society.  There’s an arch-traditionalism present in the theory, too. The pre-modern buildings that we venerate are sometimes said to be more than 1,000 years old. The same people that built the Capitol in Washington built the pyramids in Egypt.”


US Capitol, 2003

Worlds Fair in Chicago, 1893

He continues,“We have two very different types of architecture,” he says. There’s modern architecture “with the name Brutalism,” which he describes as “square concrete boxes which are designed to be produced very fast, very cheap and very effective.”

New York City, 1800s

Hushlings, do you believe that there was a great reset in the mid 19th century?  Embark on your own personal journey into the Tartarian Empire and the Mud-Flood Theory and stay tuned!