Basil/Basilion/Basilevon/Basilevonton

From New Chronology book, God of War:   “The four letters “B” in the corners of the cross mean, in the opinion of historians, the “King of Kings of Kings of Kings”, in Greek, “basil basilion basilevon basilevonton”. However, it is possible that this is a symbolic image of the Great Russian Medieval Empire, divided […]

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Simeon – The Tartar Khan

A brilliantly researched academic article below. But…It’s possible that Simeon Bekbulatovich and the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II are one and the same person. Is this why the Triumphal Procession of Emperor Maximilian I is so full of blank spaces?   Triumphal Procession of Emperor Maximilian I   Oh, Those pesky sources!   Simeon […]

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Simeon Bekbulatovich

WHO? Two versions of the story. Take your pick :o)   Wikiyawn Page – Simeon Bekbulatovich     From NC: “SIMEON-IVAN BECKBULATOVITCH. Simeon-Ivan Beckbulatovitch 1572-1584. In the Western chronicles he is reflected as the Habsburg ‘Maximillian II’ 1564-1576 according to [76]. Following the crushing defeat of the oprichnina czarevich Ivan was forced to abdicate. Simeon, […]

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OK. Note to Self…Finish Reading the Source. 1241 etc

And I quote…   10. HOW THE NAME OF THE WINNER IN THE BATTLE WITH TATARS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN 1241. In 1241, according to the Scaligerian version, the “Mongol”, that is, the great troops, invaded Western Europe [770], p.127. However, it is believed that, after defeating Hungary and Poland, they could not get to […]

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1241 – The Tartars are coming…

The image above is of Klis Fortress, Croatia. Apparently it was here in 1242 that the “Mongol Invasion of Europe” met a humiliating defeat.   Wikiwhatnot has a great piece – Mongol Invasion of Europe. You’ve got to love ’em :o) So – in the 13th century the Mongols, led by non-other that Batu Khan, […]

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Ro’gova Music

In 1812 the Romanovs banned all ro’gova music in Russia.       Ro’gova comes from ro’ga – organ. It was a series of portable horns.  “The horn music was so loud that its sounds in calm weather were heard in a circle for 7 versts. In the ballrooms horn music was put near an […]

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Columns

Semi-circular columns in fact. The image above is St Cecilia Cathedral, Albi.     Albi is the heart of Cathar country. The Albigensian Crusade??   Rewind to Moscow…..     Original Tartarian Churches had these semi-circular columns.  

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New Simonov Monastery in Moscow

Another example of an Old Tartarian Church/Monastery that, in the 17th C, was re-used and remodelled.             This image shows the addition of a modern iron entrance.   I love the beauty and simplicity of this. Awesome :o)

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Original Tartarian Churches…

…before churches got mucked about with or Gothic-isised (!?) Don’t know. Maybe.   Church of the Annunciation in Suprasl, 1509-1511 – Belarus.     Church of the Most Pure Mother of God in Malomozheikov, first half of the XVI century – Belarus

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Who was Marco Polo?

From NC…..The Colour of the Kingdom 1. INTRODUCTION. WHO IS MARCO POLO? What is actually described in the famous book by Marco Polo? The reader may say wearily: again – Ancient Russia. The answer is: not only Russia – indeed described by Marco Polo under the names of Tataria, India and China – but also some other countries […]

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Tartaria -1670 Map

Source – New Chronology via Googlation     The map is extremely interesting and well meets our reconstruction. To begin with, the map is called the Great Tataria, that is, MONGOLO-TATARIA. Because the word “Mongol” means “great.” According to the map, the Great Tataria included not only the Russian Empire, in the modern sense of the word, but […]

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Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon has been bugging me for quite a while now. I have this sense that his official history is All Wrong but can’t work out why. Two questions – Was Napoleon a little, angry megalomaniac bent on causing havoc wherever he went? OR Was Napoleon pissed off because he hated how the new world order, […]

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