Alexander the Great

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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Alexander the Great

Macedonia is the ancient kingdom of unknown origin with an unknown language, which is considered a Greek dialect. The heterogenous unnamed areas to the north of Greece has been called Macedonia in the XX century, because the historical Macedonia is placed there. The Macedonians now is a group of the South Slavians.

The root "macedo" corresponds to the name of Palestinian mountain of Megiddo and the eponymous town. Tel Megiddo is mentioned in the Bible (Judges 1:27) in the same verse with Bethshean or Scythopolis (in Greek), that is the city of Scythians. Megiddo is a city of the Macedonians, the hellenized Scythians.

Haman is a biblical figure, a Macedonian, who was close to the Persian (Zoroastrian) king Ahasuerus (Artaxerxes IV ?). Haman decided to kill all the Jews because of their disobedience. Esther is a Jewish fancy woman of Ahasuerus. Thanks to her, both Haman and the elite of Persian army (70,000 warriors) were killed. The Book of Esther of the Old Testament (Tanakh) was written about this, and also the Jewish holiday of Purim (salvation from death) is celebrated on this occasion. This holiday is also known as the International Women's Day on March 8. The festive meal on Purim is the cookies with a cannibalistic name "Haman's ears".

Alexander the Great is a mythical character, a pupil of Aristotle, a young alcoholic and pervert, who allegedly defeated the Persian army. The Diadochi, who ruled after the mythical Alexander, are the lower ranking Persian commanders, who were unable to maintain the Empire. The reliable biography of Alexander is said to have been written by some Callisthenes, a pupil of the same Aristotle.

The decisive battle of Macedonians and Persians (Battle of Issus) is described unbelievably. The Macedonians got almost ambushed in a valley between a bay and the mountains, and they defeated the Persian army with negligible losses at the stregth ratio of at least 2:1 in favor of Persia, which earlier had conquered the whole Middle East and Asia Minor. The Battle of Issus is depicted on the famous eponymous mosaic, which was allegedly found in Pompeii and transferred into a museum in 1843. Since Pompeii were allegedly covered with ashes after 79 AD, the mosaic is considered an antique. In fact, Pompeii remained on the surface during the whole Middle Ages (see "Rome and Israel"), and also the art of mosaics was developing during the Middle Ages and had reached its perfectness by the Modern era:

Part of the alleged ancient mosaics with Alexander.
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Mosaic “Peter I” by Lomonsov, 1754.

The Medieval historians, who were guided by the popular legends, had made the known bookish biography of Alexander. These books illustrate the various Alexander’s battles, for example, as follows:

Makedonsky book1.jpg Makedonsky book2.jpg

Some Julius Baltazar in some library of Constantinople had found a letter, which gives to the Slavians their own lands[1]: «We, Alexander, a son of the King of Macedonia Philip, the king of the Monarchy, the founder of the Greek Empire, a son of the great Jupiter via the Nataban, the ruler of the Augustus, Brahmans and Arabs, from the sunrise to the sunset, from the North to the South, to the noble tribe of Slavs and their language, greetings, peace and health. We and our successors, who inherit our government of the World, give you forever the whole land from the North-East to the borders of Italy on the South, because you served us faithfully, and you were our brave commanders and sturdy warriors. So that nobody except your own may try to stay, to dwell or to settle therein. And if someone will settle there, then let they be your slaves, and their children be the slaves of your children. Given in the new city of Alexandria, which is founded by us on the great Nile River in twentieth year of our reign in accordance with the great God Jupiter, Mars, Pluto and the goddess Minerva. The witnesses of this are the noble Athlete, our treasurer, and the other eleven Princes, who are the heirs of us and the whole universe, if we will die without children».

The apocalyptic threat of the Ottoman Empire to the Christian world frightened many people during the creation of the known historical chronology (by Scaliger and Petavius). Maybe that's why the mythical history of Macedonia is a bit like the history of Ottoman Empire:

Macedonia Ottoman Empire
This name is consonant with the name of mountain (Har) Megiddo, Armageddon in Greek, that is the battlefield during the End time (see "End time"). Mohammedan Turks captured the Byzantine Empire as the historical center of the Christian world.
Edessa is the ancient capital, an unremarkable town in the northern Greece. Edessa (Şanlıurfa now) is one of the first Byzantine cities, which the Turks captured.
Philip II besieged Byzantium (Constantinople later) and established the League of Corinth with Greece against Persia. Mehmed II captured 'Constantinople and the whole Byzantine Empire including Greece. He prepared to expand his empire.
Successor of Philip II is Alexander the Great. Successors of Mehmed II are the expanders of empire.

The Babylonian Talmud (“Yoma”, Ch. 7) tells how the high priest Simeon the Just and the nobiliy of Jerusalem came out to meet Alexander. Alexander, as soon as saw him, descended from his chariot and bowed respectfully before the priest. When the Alexander's courtiers criticized this act, Alexander replied that he had a vision, in which he had seen the high priest, who had predicted his victory.

The Maccabees are the opponents of Hellenization of the Jews.

The Egyptian priests believed that Alexander is allegedly the liberator from Persians, and they had proclaimed him the pharaoh, the son of god Zeus-Ammon. Even the tomb of this so-called pharaoh does not exist, and the history of his mummy is very strange. The history of Alexander very resembles the history of the real pharaoh Ramesses II the Great, who ruled in the times of the exodus of Jews from Egypt:

Alexander the Great Ramesses II the Great
His name means a protector. One of his names is «Protector of Egypt».
He conquered Asia Minor and Middle East being a young man. He conquered Asia Minor and Middle East being a young man.
He married the daughter of his enemy, Darius III. He married the daughters of his enemy, Hattusili III.
He founded the new Egyptian capital in the Nile Delta, Alexandria. He founded the new Egyptian capital in the Nile Delta, the hypothetical Pi-Ramesses.

Alexandria is the city of Alexander, the capital of Egypt before its Arabic conquest. Assuming that Pi-Ramesses ("House of Ramses") is not precisely localized in the Nile Delta, it is believed that Alexandria was founded by Ramesses II under the name Pi-Ramesses.

The Ptolemies are the last dynasty of the Egyptian pharaohs, who ruled after Alexander. N.A. Morozov believed that the name of Ptolemy has Jewish roots. This name means "who struggles with God", the same as the name of Israel [2].


  1. Mauro Orbini, Il regno de gli Slavi, p.168
  2. Н.А. Морозов, "Христос. Том III. Бог и слово." // Эпилог, гл.II , Крафт+Леан, 1998

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