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Where to find the pyramids of Tartary?
Where to find the pyramids of Tartary?
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Many have already heard about the Great Tartary. Some researchers and even scientists have found it on old maps, digitized by Western libraries and museums, or filmed at historical exhibitions in Russia and neighboring countries. Tartary was an empire, had its own ruling dynasty, coat of arms, flag and other attributes of an independent state with its own characteristics and history.

This legendary country, founded by Scythians in origin, has become a bone in the throat of the official version of history. Unfortunately, the topic of Tartary is discredited in every possible way by various theories, which are shocking, and at the same time hardly stand up to criticism. One of these versions says that the country's political center was located in southern Siberia, slightly south of the modern city of Anadyr, and the tombs of the Tartar emperors are or were in Chukotka. We decided to test these two versions and were amazed at the results of our research.

Indeed, what prevents us from being researchers of Tartary for a while? We offer you a fascinating journey into the depths of the centuries, at a time when Moscow was still a small fortress, and Samarkand was a huge metropolis.

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Where was the center of Tartary?

In the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, European cartographers had little idea of ​​what the continents, state borders, coastlines actually look like. They knew poorly about the real distances from one region to another. At that time, based on Christian ideas about the world and biblical events, the cards were depicted in the form of the letter T, placed in a circle.

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Asia was usually placed at the top, Europe at the bottom left, and Africa at the bottom right. After the worldwide flood, which allegedly happened several millennia before the birth of Jesus Christ, the earth was distributed among the sons of Noah - Shem, Ham, Japheth. Which region got to whom is an open question, because opinions on this differ in different sources. Jerusalem and Noah's ark were often placed in the center of such maps.

On the maps dated approximately to the 13th century, next to the countries that were modern at that time, there is no Tartary, but there is Scythia. But the Scythians should have disappeared from the maps of their contemporaries in the seventh century! Tartary appears on the maps of the 14th century - exactly on the site of Scythia, moreover, the new state acts as an empire. Europeans persistently write about a certain emperor Tartarus, whose residence is located in the Catay region (Catayo, Cathay, Catai).

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At the same time, the borders, sizes, cities, rivers, reservoirs of Tartaria are known to Europeans approximately, everyone sculpts them wherever he pleases.

Sometime in the second half of the 14th century, and perhaps even later, a world atlas was created in Spanish Catalonia. According to its authors, the capital of Tartary was at that time somewhere in northeastern Asia, the concept of “Siberia” did not exist in Europeans at that time. This atlas contains neither Chukotka nor Kamchatka. Place names and country names are scattered in Asia according to the principle “out there”.

An interesting fact - European authors of the past almost all as one talk about the battle of Alexander the Great with the inhabitants of the country of Gog and Magog, that is, Scythia and later Tartaria.

1452th year from the birth of Christ. Venice. We come to the map, over which the Catholic monk is carp … His name is Fra Mauro. Let's look over our shoulder … what do we see? The majestic capital of Tartary, Khanbalyk or Kambaly, with the residence of the great khan, is located somewhere in the territory of modern Siberia.The tombs of the emperors are not so far away, approximately on the territory of modern Chukotka. So far, everything fits together.

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Moving closer to our time … Yes, it's Christopher Columbus himself! Shortly before his famous discovery of America, the legendary traveler imagined the world something like this: (map of Christopher Columbus). The map dates from the late 15th century.

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On it, the Tartar regions of Katay and Tenduk are located much farther south than previously thought, the kingdom of Gog and Magog is somewhere in the northeast.

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Asia itself and Tartary are written with the prefix - "Magna", that is, "Great". Note that the outlines of Asia are generally drawn very approximately - there is no Hindustan, Chukotka, Kamchatka, the Korean Peninsula, the African continent is generally twisted. The northwestern part of Eurasia is also "sick". In fact, everything is logical. At that time, the Europeans did not have a clear idea of ​​the location of certain Asian states and regions.

Sixteenth century! Where are we going? Let's visit Nicolas Desliens. It is 1566 now. North and South America have already been discovered, but their outlines on the maps are still far from ideal. The same applies to Asia, the south has already been sufficiently studied, but Europeans practically did not drive deep into the continent, to the center and north of this part of the world. Thus, the north of Asia is outlined uncertainly, without detailed place names and coastlines. Moreover, in the north of Eurasia there is an inscription: “Terra Incognita” - “Unknown land”. This means that the northern part of modern Russia did not exist in the geographical sense of the inhabitants of Europe.

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A similar situation is with other cards of this period. For example, the famous atlas of Abraham Ortelius of 1570, on which Novaya Zemlya is almost a whole continent in the Arctic Ocean.

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The outlines of northern Asia are already close to real ones, but the regions that the same Columbus placed in Central Asia are located here in its northern part. On the face - the fragmentation of geographic data on these territories. The inscription “Katay” as the center of Tartary, together with the neighboring regions, “roams” from the center of Asia to its north; this happens on different maps at about the same time. Therefore, it is by no means possible to use at least one of them as a reference for comparison with satellite images.

Seventeenth century. Towards the end of the century, Moscow Tartary and Siberia appear on the maps of Europeans. In fact, this means a gradual conquest, as we would now say, the annexation of the western part of Tartaria by the Moscow tsars from the Romanov dynasty. In parallel with the formation of Moscow Tartary, the Great appears, in which the Tartar capital of Khanbalik and the residence of the great khan no longer exist.

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On some atlases, you can still find the Katay region - the same political center with neighboring regions and cities. And, by the way, the memory of the fact that Katai or China is the basis around which a fortress, a kingdom, an empire is built has been preserved in Russian culture. Look from above at Moscow Kitay-gorod - the Kremlin, Moscow, then Muscovy, and even later the Russian Empire were built around it.

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And this is 1626th year. Map of the Englishman John Speed. Katai is shifting further south to such an extent that it practically borders on the Great Wall of China.

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A similar trend can be seen on other maps from the 17th century. We see the same on the map of Manesson-Mallet in 1683 and so on.

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Want to see the missing territories? Here is a French atlas of travels and discoveries from 1752. And here she is, finally - Chukotka and Kamchatka, drawn as it should! We see adequate coastlines and dimensions. On these lands there is an inscription that the Muscovites discovered them 20 years ago!

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And the Russian official version of history pushes this date back almost 100 years earlier! We are told that Kamchatov discovered the peninsula in 1658 -61, and a Russian reconnaissance detachment visited these places in 1696 … Considering that since the reign of Peter the Great, that is, since the end of the 17th century, relations between Russia and Europe became denser than dense, we can say with confidence: the French in 1752 had reliable data on the geographical discoveries of the so-called "Muscovites".

The collapse of Tartary. The fate of the Cathay region

And what do we get? The closest successors of Peter the Great are actively developing the territories of Siberia, renaming cities, villages, rivers, lakes, building new fortresses, establishing infrastructure, because these regions have not developed for a long time due to the fact that Tartary has been bogged down for decades in an economic, industrial and political crisis: it has lost the ruling dynasty, the capital, and disintegrated into kingdoms, or, in our opinion, republics. And they, after a while, were snapped up by neighboring empires.

Western cartographers are surprised to learn about the existence of hundreds of millions of unexplored hectares of north and northwest Asia. The former political center of Tartary, Katay, on the maps of European and Russian scientists, shifted to Central Asia, namely to Mongolia and the vastness of modern North China. And this is the most correct location of the capital of Tartary, Khanbalyk or Kambala. Therefore, we say “China”, not “China” or “China” - because our language retains the memory that the Katay region, that is, the center of the Horde, on which we have depended for a long time, is somewhere in the south. Mongolia. On the maps of the 18th century, Katay is still present for some time - between the lands of modern Mongolia and the Great Wall of China.

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Khanbalik's neighboring cities such as Kampion, Guza or Zuza, Kamul, as well as the Tangut region continue to stand in their places - that is, in Central Asia. From about the middle of the 18th century, Western cartographers got used to the new name of these places and signed them with the word “Ordos” or “Ortus”. And it was not in vain that French travelers in Chinese Tartary even in the 19th century found ruins and fragments of palaces similar to European ones and completely unusual for Chinese architecture.

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In the north and northwest of modern China, mummies of white people - Scythians, as well as pyramids are often found. This circumstance constantly prevents the PRC authorities from promoting the idea of ​​a great ancient China, a great Chinese culture and a great Chinese future. Therefore, they try to advertise the mummies of the Scythian tartars as little as possible, and plant trees in the pyramids, while secretly carrying out excavations, which are not allowed to mere mortals.

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Pyramidal tombs of the great khans of Tartary

The political center has been sorted out. Focusing on old maps and the real location of the main residence of the emperors, we will try to find their tombs. In fact, there is no need to reinvent the wheel here. Since European cartographers remembered the burial places of the rulers of Tartaria for quite a long time and always placed in the Altai mountains- both on early maps of the 15th, 16th centuries, and later, for example, the 18th century. Closer to the moment of the collapse of Tartary, the Europeans stop rewriting the name “Altai” into “Aitai” or “Antai” and are already finally determined with the location of this mountain system.

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Together with KATAI and its neighboring cities, the tombs of the emperors in the form of pyramids (as described by their contemporaries) cease to “roam” and finally “settle” in Central Asia.

Now it becomes clear to us, as well as to Western cartographers of that time, that the Altai Mountains with the pyramids of the great khans should be sought not in the north of Asia, not in Chukotka, but in the region of Mongolia, as well as in the Altai Republic. And the capital of Tartary and the former region of KATAI is in the north of present-day China-China.

Over time, Western scholars realized that Altai was located at a fairly decent distance from the political center of Tartary, but when this became clear, the KATAI region ceased to be listed on the maps since the second half of the 18th century. Instead of KATAI, ORDOS appeared, which means "PALACES" in Mongolian.

Returning to our time …

Now mummies of the Scythian-Tartar elite are found in Altai. Let us recall at least the Altai princess and other mummies of white people found in the Altai mountains. Perhaps the tombs of the great khans are hidden much more reliably, and we cannot find them? Perhaps the imperial tombs have long been secretly studied, and all traces are hidden.Or European pundits and travelers like Marco Polo were wrong, and Altai had nothing to do with it, and the tombs were not pyramids. Or are the Chinese pyramids the same tombs?

We need research not only of European written sources, but also of Russian-language ones, which for some reason are hidden from us. Need research documents in other languages. It is important to raise the topic of Tartary to a high level of study and begin a professional analysis of the area, archaeological finds, cultural similarities, and so on - both in Russia and in China, other countries whose lands were once part of Tartary. It's time to reveal this lie about the Tatar-Mongol yoke, so that in the future there is no room for deliberate or accidental distortion of the historical truth.

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