Zvenigorod Bell

I’m spending some time with the history of the Zvenigorod bell. The bells. The bells. And the inscription on it which has been decoded and then re-decoded by NC. Very interesting :o)  

Read More

Trinity Signs Uncover Ties

Trinity Signs Uncover Ties Vasil Tomov               The five illustrations presented show how signs reveal unknown relationships and can help restore history. The combination of varieties T.27.a and T.27.b in a zigzag shape with parallel lines in the form of hatching (thirty groups of ternary signs are represented by Ill. No. 2, http://new.chronologia.org/tomov/tomov.php ). Illustration No. […]

Read More

Babylon on the Rhone

It’s very weird how one thing can lead to another! I started with Dante and Beatrice (Bee-a-tree-chay…oops. Done that one.) and ended up in the Babylonian Captivity. Shrug. Wiki : Dante Wiki : Beatrice Portinari   O all ye passing by along Love’s way, attend a while and see if there be sorrow such as […]

Read More

Gaius Octavius

Wiki : Augustus Bloody Romans. What did they ever do for us? From SparkNotes :   Octavius Caesar Ocatavius Caesar is both a menacing adversary for Antony and a rigid representation of Roman law and order. He is not a two-dimensional villain, though, since his frustrations with the ever-neglectful Antony seem justified. When he complains […]

Read More

Alexander the Macedon

OK. In my usual roundabout, weird way – I’ve finally reached the destination. Macedonia/Serbia I’m feeling a great need now to look into the Ptolemaic Pharoahs via…..?!? “We, ignorant of ourselves, Beg often our own harms, which the wise powers Deny us for our good; so find we profit By losing of our prayers.”   […]

Read More

In the Dark About The Dark Ages?

A nice, concise explanation from NC :   Let’s skip the indefinite period up to the IXth century. After this, begins a new chapter in the history of China allegedly from 860 to the year 960 AD. That is approximately 100 years of darkness. L.N. Gumilev calls it “the dark age” and builds some geophysical […]

Read More

Very Important Historical Point

NC (in the excerpt below) makes this V.I.H.P. Basically – the damage had Already been done before they decided to play jiggery pokery with Chinese history. It makes sense to me :o)   The landmarks of the parallelism between the Chinese and the phantom European history before the X century A. D.   We haven’t […]

Read More

Tall, Blue-Eyed, Fair Haired

I think of Viking when I see that. But then – I’m unashamedly biased :o) From NC :   The identity of the “ancient” Chinese Mongols.  References to the Mongol inhabitants of the Ancient China are unlikely to surprise anyone – the modern Mongols still live there, and the modern Mongolia borders with China. These […]

Read More

Wide Eyed & Clueless

I got there. Eventually. Celebrate. Oh. Now I am actually “there” — —What do I have to do? Where to go? Hello. Excuse me. Jumping up and down here. I paid for the ALL IN PACKAGE.  Where is my luggage? Where is the Tour Guide???   Shrug. Let’s see where this road leads :o)   […]

Read More

The Cryptic Clue

As said in The Hound of the Baskervilles : We hold several threads in our hands and the odds are that one or the other – guides us to the truth. I had to use both West and East parts of the map :o)    

Read More

Stuck in China with Five Barbarians

So. I thought I’d finally reached where I’ve been going. But… …a final fact check (the meaning of a certain name) took me right back to China. I should be peeved but it has actually double-reinforced the fact that I was checking out. Woohoo :o)   Wiki : Five Barbarians   Wiki : Xianbei  

Read More

Fast Backwards

Time and Tide etc… Quick History Reset and then I can get to the place I’m headed!   “Ivan Samuilovich Greig (1776–1802), traveled to China but was never heard of again.”   No bloody wonder he got lost, never heard of again. China was jam-packed with Tartars, Turks and  Eastern Europeans!!   From NC : […]

Read More