Video: Petersburg in 1715. We analyze another lie
2023 Author: Seth Attwood | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 22:42
In the last article I took apart the Menshikov Palace. All his deceitful essence. In this article, we will analyze another fake.
The official history presents us with two such pictures of a certain Paul Bethun. Swedish engineer.
The first picture.
And, apparently, its source. Or a duplicate.
The second picture is from the wikiway portal. With the appropriate signature. So that no one would think that I was inventing something and put a shadow on the fence. Moreover, the picture is in two parts, on the upper part allegedly Yekateringof, on the second there is supposedly an arrow of Vasilyevsky Island.
There are many, dozens of sites on which these pictures are walking. And in each as convincing evidence for a specific task. But in general, approximately with the message that this is how St. Petersburg looked like in 1715.
We must start with this very Swedish engineer. The author of the pictures. As befits all builders of St. Petersburg, he has neither a lifetime portrait, nor a grave, as well as nothing else that can be at least somehow documented. In the sense of the real existence of this subject. I did not find. No search engine finds anything. And this is to be expected. We have a lot of all kinds of Paterson and Sukhanovs. No graves, no children and no lifetime portraits. Confirmation of the portrait of Sukhanov is a hammer in his hands, he is a mason! Confirmation of the grave of Montferrand is two letters on the tombstone. And how many Padres in Brazil are of little interest. It says lumin, ugh, damn it, Montferrand (Sukhanov, etc.), it means Montferrand.
Okay, to the pictures.
We must start with the fact that if one of the pictures did not say that this is Pedro from Brazil, that is, that this is St. Petersburg, then no one in life would recognize St. Petersburg in these pictures. Yes, there is some kind of fortress with a spire on the roof, reminiscent of the Peter and Paul Fortress. And that's all.
Let's identify together.
Let's start with this very fortress. For clarity, the plan from Yandex.
The fortress is located on an island in the very center. It is indicated by a gray icon. The northern part of the fortress is washed by a small channel called the Kronverkskiy Strait.
Now look at the drawings of the Swedish engineer. Can you see the duct? Not? And I don’t see. The Swedish engineer has a fortress, that is, an island with a fortress, right in the middle of the river. Next, look at the Yandex map above the fortress. There are squiggly blue lines in the shape of a crown. This is the legacy of the old bastions. They once existed. For clarity, here is the plan of the fortress of the early 18th century.
It is believed that in 1703 Peter I founded a fortress of clay and sticks on this island. And since 1706, this fortress began to be rebuilt into a stone of a modern look. In 1712, construction began on the Peter and Paul Cathedral inside the fortress. This is the same building with a spire, which is now one of the symbols of St. Petersburg. So, do you see this very "crown" in the drawing of the Swedish engineer? No. And I don’t see. And it should be. This is not a gopher.
Now let's move to the other side of the river. Opposite, or almost opposite, the fortress should have a Summer Garden. This is what he looked like in 1716.
Even signed so that no one doubts. I photographed this in the Summer Garden itself. There is a corresponding stand. What does a Swedish engineer draw for us? Draws nothing. Wasteland with a green meadow and moored boats. Also, pay attention to the fact that in the Summer Garden diagram, all the houses are strictly by line, as they say in the army. Strictly along geometric lines, and the bank of the Neva is in stone. The Swedes have all the houses with shikos-nakos, no geometry. Except for some main street in the foreground. Moreover, in real St. Petersburg there is no such street and never has been. And it cannot be, because the Moika River flows there. And squiggly, she dodges.
Fast forward to the lower right corner of the Swedish engineer. Are you all moved? You see the island. In one of the pictures of this Swede, even some ruins are drawn. Apparently the old bridge was washed away. In fact, in this place of the Neva, there are no islands and never have been. There, depths are up to 16-18 meters. This is one of the deepest places on the entire course of the Neva. And the deepest is very close, at the Liteiny Bridge, there is more than 20 meters.
Now look at the center of the Swedish engineer again. Slightly to the left of the fortress. You will see a three-story "Khrushchev" building. Official historians, represented by the Swedish engineer, convince us that this is the arrow of Vasilievsky Island. Look carefully what the Swede drew there, take a closer look. He drew a steep and steep coastline. But in fact, in this place, if we assume that this is really Vasilievsky Island, there was no steep coast. And it can't be. In order for the water of the Neva to flood the entire Vasilievsky Island, a rise in the water level of 2-2, 3 meters is enough. This is now when all the embankments are raised and sewn up with granite. And it is in this place that the now famous Rostral columns with a descent to the water for tourists and couples in love.
Also pay attention to the fact that according to the version of the Swedish engineer there is one more island behind the "Vasilievsky" island. In fact, he is not and never was. And further away, behind the second island, you can see a church in one of the pictures. In the center of the sea-ocean, in front of all the idiots, there is a wonder-yudo fish "skete". Skete of monks-sailors. Neither give nor take. There is no other way to explain. In the second picture from this church, only smoke remained, apparently the church burned down. Or the falsifiers have already edited the picture into a befitting form.
On this we will end. About the fact that we do not see a single recessed window (basement floor) typical for the whole of St. Petersburg in the pictures of the Swedish engineer, I will not go deeper. Also, I will not delve into the number of bastions on the fortress, architecture that is not typical for St. Petersburg and other minor nuances. And so everything is clear. Before us is a fake. As Dr. Goebbels said, for a lie to be believed, it must be monstrous. In this case, we have a clear example of such a monstrous lie. Attributed to a certain Swedish engineer.
On this I take my leave, thank you all.
The base of the palace and the doors are below the level of the Neva. Houses are not built in water
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