Ancient countries were not ancient. Exposing centuries of deception
Ancient countries were not ancient. Exposing centuries of deception
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It turns out that states and peoples, pushed back by official history to distant antiquity, actually existed in the Middle Ages, and fabulous animals, for example, unicorns, in that era were considered no more fabulous than moose or wild boars.

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Ancient states existed in the Middle Ages

On early maps - XII-XIII and even XV centuries, we see countries such as Achaea, Babylonia, Assyria, Amazonia, Mesopotamia, Scythia …

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All, absolutely all European authors of that time, as one, write that such states at that time lived and flourished. Of course, you can try to explain this phenomenon as follows: they say that medieval authors painted modern countries in some countries, and ancient ones in others. However, what is the reason for this selectivity?

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Why was it impossible to portray the political world as it really was? This is very, very strange and completely illogical. It is much more logical to draw a map with relevant information at that time about countries and regions in different parts of the world.

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As for the Amazon, it existed as a small region on the maps of contemporaries until the middle of the 15th century! Once again: XV! It was traditionally placed in the lower Volga region, and the name of the river was attributed next to it: “Itil”. One famous Catholic priest wrote in 1601 that the Amazons were in fact the wives of Slavic (that is, Scythian or Sarmatian) warriors who died in battle. The grieving widows took up arms to avenge their husbands.

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And now the question: what does Scythia do on the maps of the Middle Ages up to the end of the 15th century? After all, we are told that the Scythians lived in antiquity - distant antiquity!

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On the maps until the beginning to the middle of the 15th century, we observe that the emperors from the Genghis Khan clan (for example, Usbek Khan) rule the country … so what country do they rule? It turns out that Scythia? The same flags flutter over cities from East Asia to the Volga, Rostov … And if this is Moscow, then in the XIV century it was part of this huge state. And also a region somewhere on the site of modern Moldova.

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And by the way … this symbol, which is now called the "Khazar tamga", the Ukrainian "falcon", seen on archaeological finds - isn't it the same symbol from the flags of Scythia? After all, Kumania, that is, modern Ukraine, was under the rule of the Chingizids. It will be funny if it turns out that for so many centuries we have been putting the “sign of Rurik” upside down.

Troy! Why is it drawn on maps right up to the beginning of the 16th century? Not on one or two cards, but on all of them at the same time!

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It is curious that for quite a long time, until the end of the Middle Ages, cartographers signed France with Gaul. But these are still flowers. Why do we see such ancient states as Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Assyria, Judea, Media, or Aria, Bactrian, Sogdiana?

For example, Colchis in the region of the Caucasus Mountains on the Fra Mauro map of 1448 - 53 … In the first or second centuries of our era, on the site of the collapsed Colchis kingdom, the Laz kingdom arose. In the 9th century, the Abkhazian kingdom existed here with its capital in Kutaisi … So why do we not notice anything like that on the maps even 6 centuries after these changes?

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Mesopotamia … a place name of ancient Greek origin. According to the official version, back in the 7th century, the Arabs conquered Mesopotamia, and part of it was renamed "Iraq", the neighboring parts of Iraq acquired new names.

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Ancient characters and cities weren't ancient

We also find on the pages of old books authors and characters of antiquity in the images of the Middle Ages. Meet the legendary Claudius Ptolemy.

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This is how Avicenna was painted in the 15th century.

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Here is Mark Ovrely, who allegedly lived in the second century AD.

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And this is Archimedes … the Trojan King Priam.

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This is how Priam's wife Hecuba looked as seen by Europeans in the 15th - 16th centuries …

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Or look at this manuscript … By all indications, this is a draft of a work from the pen of some medieval poet.

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We see patterned drop caps at the beginning of chapters … Text in Latin, in the margins, editorial changes and additions to the main text, drawings of the main characters of the work, which are depicted either as knights in armor, or ladies with covered heads and in wide robes. And even the signature of this document, digitized by the National Library of France, says that it dates from the XIII-XIV centuries. That is, the era of the Middle Ages. Do you know what this document is? "Metamarphoses" of Ovid, or rather the Publius of Ovidius Nazon. For reference, this is an ancient Roman poet. Born in 43 BC B.C., died A.D. 17 or A.D. e. Again, according to the official version of the story.

And these are the works of Horace, or rather Quintus Horace Flaccus, of the same period. And again, numerous fixes and insertions. And again a medieval document dated XIII-XIV centuries.

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And what about the old cities? How did they manage to rebuild their more than a thousand-year history at that time? This is Rome in 1575, according to George Brown … But this little nook, more like warehouses … this is the Vatican! The center of power of the Catholic Church and the throne of the Pope.

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How much did Rome hit at that time? How many?! The date of the founding of Rome is April 13, 753 BC. In the 16th century, Rome was 2341 years old! The same author convinces us that in antiquity the city looked something like this …

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And this is Jerusalem from the same collection of city plans. But Jerusalem is not much younger than Rome. This Middle Eastern city in the 16th century is no different from Paris and London in size. And this despite the more than one and a half thousand years of history!

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However, Georg Braun was not too lazy to sketch the plan of ancient Jerusalem. And everything seems to be fine … But how can one explain the fact that two-headed eagles rise above the buildings of either ancient Roman or medieval architecture? After all, Jerusalem during the time of Jesus Christ was under the rule of Ancient Rome. So either this is the Byzantine coat of arms, which appears only at the end of the 4th century, or it is the coat of arms of the Holy Roman Empire, that is, the Medieval state.

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And how is Moscow? Probably already rebuilt from the middle of the XII century! Do you recognize?

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Not? How is it? Before you is Moscow, as the Europeans saw it in the 16th century. Only one wall of the city fortress was built - its core - Kitay-Gorod. But after all, more than three hundred years have passed since its foundation. We are counting another 300 years from the 16th century - remember the end of the 19th. It burned, survived several wars, but rebuilt itself into a large metropolis of its time. Therefore, there is reason to believe that Moscow is much younger than it is now believed.

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But such a strangeness is observed in relation to all the "center" and "oldest" cities.

Traces of stretching world history

in the books of the Middle Ages and Modern Times

Here is one more proof of the “non-antiquity” of the ancient states. Let's take a look at the document called “The Chronology of the Magna” (that is, “The Great Chronology”). The author is Paulinus Venetus. Link to the document (site "Gallika"):

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Date of creation - approximately, the middle of the XIV century. The diagram shows the origin of peoples from the very first people according to the Old Testament to the modern era. Here we see that the descendants of Japheth (the son of Noah), allegedly, are the people of Magog and Gog (who were usually painted somewhere in Siberia or in the Altai mountains).

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From this people, according to the scheme, the Scythians and Goths originate. The Scythians found 4 kingdoms: Tartarorum (Tartar), Partorum (Parthian, that is, Parthia, Persia), Bactrianox (Bactrian, that is, Bactria, now this is the region of the Hindu Kush mountains, where the mysterious people of Kalasha or Kasivo () and the Amazon Amazonian).

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According to the official version of history, the first country is medieval, and the two adjacent ones are ancient. The latter - Amazonia (that is, the country of women warriors) - is now considered a mythical state.But why then the authors of XIV, XV were sure: Amazonia is just as real as Parthia and Bactriana. The Tartar kingdom, in turn, is subdivided into regions (like the republics within the union) - this is Katai and further down the list … On the maps up to the 16th century, one can observe all the regions-kingdoms shown here. Taking into account the fact that the author of this chronological scheme did not continue downward the origin of peoples and states from the supposedly “ancient” Bactriana, Parthia, Amazonia, it becomes clear that they were modern at the time of the creation of the document.

Now let's show the evidence of “temporary insertions” and “inconsistencies”. Before you is a rather massive table, written by Pierre Duval. Date of creation - 1677. Link to the document (site "Gallika"):

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Just the period of rewriting, "lengthening" of world history. The chronology here is made from the Creation of the World in the Western Catholic manner. According to the above table, now is the 6018th year from the beginning of time, more precisely, from the moment of the creation of Adam by the god.

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In the 1700th year, that is, in the XIII century BC (according to the table), the sons of Noah descend to earth, and the world is distributed among them. In the XXI century BC, the kingdom of Bactrians appears. The aforementioned Colchis originates in the XIIIth (again before the birth of Christ). A careful study of the described events can reveal discrepancies in their dating in comparison with the opinion of modern historical science. For example, the founding of Sparta, according to the table, took place in the 17th century BC. However, later historians postpone this event to the XI century. The table also says that the reign of the Archons in Athens and the years of life of Homer, Solomon and David fell on the XI century BC. Although in fact, Homer lived in the 8th century BC, and the Archons had the maximum power - from the 11th to the 9th. And such a bacchanalia in the dating of events ceases only by the 2nd century BC.

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But this is far from all the oddities of 17th century European historical thought. Further, such a phenomenon as "empty ages" can be traced. Empty for events. Although some "inconsistencies" in the dates apply to the second century AD, which is practically empty. What, for almost a hundred years, nothing happened in the whole world? The 3rd century AD is also practically empty. It turns out that almost the whole world froze for two hundred years … Closer to the XIII-XIV centuries, the sections of the table are noticeably filled with events …

In fact, nothing surprising … Before us is a crude version of the Chronology. This table clearly shows that the timeline of world history is artificially stretched, but the events and characters have not yet been multiplied under new names. Therefore, datings are leaping, so many centuries are empty for events. A little later, in the 18th century, dates in world history cease to jump from century to century, and empty centuries are filled with events and characters to such an extent that they cease to arouse suspicion.

What is the conclusion that suggests itself? It turns out: this huge, colossal lie, gigantic deception that the history of the world known to us stretches for thousands of years into the depths of the centuries. In fact, the history available through written sources is much shorter. Perhaps Christ was born (if he was not a fictitious person) only 800-900 years ago, and we are deliberately deceived by those who are at the origins of the Abrahamic religions? Either way, you need to dig further.

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