History, Fiction Or Science? Not since the release of the first volume in seven of "History: Fiction or Science? This series crowns 30 years of research by Anatoly Fomenko and his colleagues. In Chapter I readers are reminded of when the contemporary chronological scale was created, who created it, and that it had major critics. The Biblical Jerusalem is identified with the mediaeval Constantinople. The New Testament was written before the Old, both exposed as referring to mediaeval events.
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This book details events that are substantiated by hard facts and logic, and validated by new astronomical research and statistical analy Recorded history is a finely-woven magic fabric of intricate lies about events predating the sixteenth century. This book details events that are substantiated by hard facts and logic, and validated by new astronomical research and statistical analysis of ancient sources.
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This book is a piss-poor example of Russian nationalist conspiracy theories masquerading as science, or in this case history. Despite a lack of support from his colleagues who consider his ideas on history nuts he published a series of seven books in which he rewrote the history of the world based on his ideas of Statistics. As explained on the back This book is a piss-poor example of Russian nationalist conspiracy theories masquerading as science, or in this case history.
As explained on the back cover, "Jesus Christ was born in A. The Old Testament refers to mediaeval events. Apocalypse was written after A. The Roman Empire and all of Classical civilization was invented by Jesuit monks who wrote in a remarkably short time all of Western literature and invented an entire civilization which people then immediately forgot never existed.
All Classical buildings are simply medieval ones that have been misdated. A brief history of History records him as an unsuccessful Greek emperor who was beaten to death by the mob and not a poor prophet from Nazareth who was crucified but hey, what do they know?
It's not like the crucifixion was an important part of the story or anything! Immediately all of Europe decides that they're Christian and march against the Muslims. It may sound confusing why they'd blame the Muslims for what was an internal coup but they were probably just confused because Mohammed wasn't born yet.
At some point they changed their minds and decided to skip the first three crusades and jump straight onto the Fourth except that they didn't, it was actually the same as the First. Please try and keep up.
They then sacked Constantinople which was also Rome which was Troy which was Jerusalem. At some point they get confused and occupied the Holy Land as well and then forget all about Constantinople and let it fall back to the Greeks since Jerusalem was now Constantinople which was Troy which was Rome. During the First Crusade the Greeks decide to avenge the kidnapping of their queen by After sacking their own city they quietly vanish for a few years, probably in embarrassment.
Some time later Erasmus wrote the New Testament confusing generations of scholars who wondered what they had been copying out for all that time. Having now written a New Testament it was decided that they needed an Old one. I'm sure the reasons for the reversed order are as obvious to everyone else as they are to Fomenko. Some time in the 15th Century David rose up, except that he was Turkish and ruled in Constantinople. Despite the many wars with the Turks Europe had never warred with the Turks and accepted all of these events as holy writ.
After all, the Turks were really Russian in funny hats and the Russians ruled the world. The Byzantines were secretly ruling in England. After the death of Solomon Suleimon the Jews split off from Christianity because they were tired of not being persecuted because of something they didn't do and decided that being hunted by the Inquisition was more fun.
In the confusion the Catholics and Orthodox Christians split apart as well because everyone else was doing it and it seemed a good idea at the time. They were to regret this later when the Catholics sacked their city but that had already happened so it was fine. It turns out that Russia has dominated the world since the earliest recorded history what nationality was Fomenko again? The Mongols were not from Mongolia because the people there are nothing but worthless servants of the Russian Empire it's ok.
Fomenko assures us that the Mongols never knew of Genghis Khan until some pesky monks told them. Russia was actually the major Empire that the Romans were based off of and have existed since the dawn of civilization. Silly Georgians thinking they are anything but the personal property of Russia! Ha ha. They also controlled America, Europe and North Africa by so I guess that we should all submit to the Russian yoke as is our hereditary duty. Occasionally a czar would allow the governors of Europe kings hah!
Presumably the English sucked up to him better than France which is why they did so well in the Hundred Years War but then lost his favor again which resulted in the French winning.
Joan of Arc was probably the czar's sister or something. The czar could summon anyone to his court and they had to obey which is why Moscow is renowned the world over as being filled with better artwork and architecture than such dives as Paris and Rome which isn't the REAL Rome after all. After Russia fell in the s through internal troubles. No one could EVER conquer Russians the rest of the world immediately conspired to hide that they ever existed lest they should try to rule over them again.
Thus they erased this empire from the history books and replaced it with such lies as Rome and the Holy Roman Empire couldn't they even pick a new name? Thus the treacherous Romanovs rose to power did I mention that he first published this under the Soviets?
Many "Roman" documents are simply Russian ones with a few name changes. Latin is merely corrupted church Slavonic despite belonging to an entirely different branch of the language family. The Russians probably invented it to confuse future generations of schoolkids. They had after all had it engraved all over the southern part of their empire on specific styles of buildings which they immediately buried and built medieval cities on top of to confuse archaeologists. It never showed up in Russia itself.
Perhaps they punished the provinces by making them write everything in Latin. Oh those cruel Russians. After the late 18th Century things begin to return to what is normally called history. As you can see it is far less confusing than the 'conventional' timeline. You might think I'm making this up but that is what you get when you put all his history together.
Minus the sarcasm perhaps. It seems best to explain why he is wrong about the facts he lists before going into the facts that he's ignoring. First off comes a good example of how he combines Classical and Medieval history together. To him the First Crusade and the Trojan War are the same event. One of Fomenko's favorite tools, a chart, might demonstrate why this is.
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