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Corresponding Wikipedia articles: Byzantium, Kingdom of Judah

Foundation article: Buddha, Christ and Krishna

Constantine the Great (aka Augustus) actually "killed" Jesus Christ. Augustus officially killed his 17-year-old brother Caesarion, who never reached India. Constantine I officially defeated his opponent Maxentius, a son of the Syrian woman, in 312. If Maxentius is the Jesus, who born in 284, then he lived up to 28 years, but Jesus was crucified in 33 years according to the Gospel. After this murder, Constantine the Great began to resolve the problems of the Christian religion.

Pontius Pilate is probably a Roman ruler of the former Kingdom of Pontus in Asia Minor. Obviously, Jesus was condemned by the court (Sanhedrin) and executed. Near Istanbul (Constantinople), there are the Castle Yoros (Yeros, Jerusalem), the hill Beykoz (Golgotha), and the tomb of Yusha (Isa, Jesus), which is revered by the Muslims. The Jerusalem Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Resurrection) was built by the Crusaders only in the XII century.

The crucifixion of Jesus was, apparently, the Jewish ritual murder. The legendary Holy Lance, which was inserted into his ribs, apparently, means one of the incisions to let the blood out slowly in a ritual killing.

Tomb of Yusha

Daniel the Traveller is an orthodox hegumen (abbot), who made a pilgrimage to the Holy land in the XII century and described the place of the Jesus crucifixion: «From the navel of the earth to the Crucifixion of the Lord and to the Place of the Skull it is 12 fathoms. And the Crucifixion is to the east, on a rock the height of a lance or more. This stone is round like a little hill. And in the middle of this stone on the very top there is cut a hole a cubit deep and less than a span across and here was set up the cross of the Lord. Beneath this stone lies the head of Adam the first-created. And at the Crucifixion of Our Lord, when Our Lord Jesus Christ gave up his spirit, then the veil of the church was rent, and the rock split, and it split above the head of Adam and through the fissure the blood and water from the ribs of the Lord on to the head of Adam and washed away all the sins of the human race. And the fissure in the rock is there to this day … The Crucifixion of the Lord and this holy rock are all surrounded by a wall… It has two doors…».

The tomb of Yusha really fits the description of Daniel the Traveller:

  • It’s located at the center of the medieval world, which remains one of the major centers of the civilization until now.
  • It’s surrounded by the walls with two doors to entry and to exit of the pilgrims.
  • The cracked stone in the shape of a millstone with a square hole lies behind the fence.

Bethlehem, Bethany (Bethphage) is an ancient city and the state of Bithynia within the area of present-day Istanbul, which was united with the Pontic Kingdom during the Roman colonization.

The Gospel’s Galilee is Galatia in Asia Minor, which was inhabited by the Celts (Galatians), who came from Europe. The Sea of Galilee or the Lake Tiberias is traditionally associated with the Lake Kinneret in Israel. Actually, this is the Black Sea linked by the ”Jordan River” with the Mediterranean Sea. Tiberias is Taurida, the ancient name of the Crimea.

The New Testament contains the direct "Epistle to the Galatians" (Galatians, 3:1): «O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?»

Greece and its colonies is the birthplace of the Christian religion, which was developed by the philosophers from Alexandria, where the Jesus was born probably. Origen ("son of Horus", i.e. "grandson of Osiris") is the founder of Orthodox Christianity. The Egyptian cult of Osiris is also the base of Christianity, for example in the form of resurrection. The original books of the New Testament were written in Greek.

Simon Magus (Simon the Sorcerer) is a Samaritan, a possible prototype of Apostle Peter (a fisherman Simon).

Reconstruction of Apostle Paul
Paul's fresco in the catacombs of Rome (IV century)

Paul the Apostle (Saul, Shaul) was a Jew from Tarsus (a modern Turkish city). He was not one of the twelve apostles, he was an opponent of the first Christians, and then he became also an enemy of the Muslims, who revere Jesus as one of their prophets. It is believed, that he suggested the idea of the universal Church hierarchy headed by the deified Jesus.

The hierarchy is a power of the hiereuses. The hiereus is a Greek priest as well as the Jewish high priest (Kohen). This word has no any Greek root and signifies simply a Jew (Hebrew). The hierarchy is a Jewish power.

The cathedral is a special Christian temple and also a conference (council) of the Christians. The head of a cathedral (council) is a bishop (a senior priest), who stands above the ordinary priests within the hierarchy. The cathedra is a chair (a throne) of the bishop or a place for the speeches. The academic departments of the high schools are also called the chairs or the catherdras, because the global academic system of education was separated from the archaic Church. The bishops build a hierarchy headed by the patriarchs (fathers).

The first Apostolic Conference with active participation of Paul took place allegedly in the I century (in the IV century on the new chronology). There was decided, that the pagans (goyim, non-Jews) can become the Christians without becoming the Jews (making circumcision) before.

The first Ecumenical Council (Nicaea) was initiated by Constantine the Great. There, the Jesus was declared the God, and the Christians were declared the God's slaves despite the objections of the Arians, who were accused of blasphemy. Thus, the status of Christians in the Empire was confirmed. Also the following things were approved: the church hierarchy, the symbol of faith (the cross), and the Jewish holiday of the liberated slaves Passover (the Christian Easter).

Eusebius of Caesarea is one of the major bishops of the Nicene Council. He is the author of fictional "Church history" (from I to IV centuries) and of the well-known ancient chronology.

The Christian cross as an amulet is similar to the cross of the Egyptian priests, the symbol of life Ankh. The old Coptic cross of the Egyptian Orthodox Christians is most similar to the Ankh. The pectoral cross is firstly an amulet of the bishops and then of the simple priests. Sign of the cross symbolizes also the pectoral cross.

Constantine the Great had founded the city of Constantinople (Russian: Tsargrad, Turkish: Istanbul), “New Rome”, a capital of the Roman Empire (Byzantium), and the estimated center of the future global Christian world. Later, the second Ecumenical Council took place there, where the concepts of the Trinity and the heresy (deviation from the official ideology) were introduced.

Nestorianism is a doctrine of the Antiochian school, which was anathematized by the third Ecumenical Council in Ephesus, where the concept of Saint Mary was approved. The Nestorians didn't deify the Jesus' mother but only his father.

Valentinian II
Theodosius I

An academician N.A. Morozov had found a correlation between a sequence of the Israel kings, who ruled after a division of the united Solomon Kingdom, and a sequence of the first Roman emperors, who had made the official Christianity, ruled the united Empire, and then the Western (Roman) Empire before its fall. The similarities are shown in the periods of reign, in the emergence of prophets, and in other events:

Event Biblical kings of Israel Roman emperors
Jeroboam I 22 312 – 337 Constantine I the Great
Nadab 2 337 – 340 Constantine II
Baasha 24 337 – 361 Constantinus II
Elah 2 361 – 363 Julian the Apostate
Zimri <1 363 Jovian
Omri 12 364 – 375 Valentinian I
Basil of Caesarea
Ahab 22 364 – 378 Valens
Ahaziah 2 379 – 383 Gratian
Jehoram 12 379 – 392 Valentinian II
John Chrysostom
Jehu 28
Jehoahaz 17 379 – 395 Theodosius I
Jehoash 16 395 – 408 Arcadius
Jeroboam II 14 395 – 423 Honorius
Zechariah <1 421 Constantinus III
Shallum <1 423 – 425 Joannes
Interregnum 24 425 – 444
Menahem 10 444 – 455 Valentinian III
Pekahiah 2 455 – 456 Petronius Maximus
Pekah 20 456 – 472 Ricimer
Anarchy 2-9 472 – 475
Fall of Rome (Israel) Hoshea 1-3 475 – 476 Romulus Augustulus
The emperors of Byzantium only (the Eastern Empire) are highlighted yellow.

The Jerusalem Temple is the famous Hagia Sophia in Constantinople (Istanbul).

Years Temple in Jerusalem (mythical) Hagia Sophia (real)
324 First Solomon’s Temple and the "Molten sea". Founding by Constantine the Great, the successor of Julius Caesar (aka king Solomon).
404 – 532 Looting and destruction by the Babylonians. Fires and restoring.
532 – 537 Second Temple of Zerubbabel, which was built by Cyrus the Great. The Basilica of Justinian I and the Basilica Cistern.
989 Reconstruction by Herod The Great. Reconstruction after an earthquake.

Currently, there are only two Muslim mosques behind a wall on the Palestinian Temple Mount. This wall is built of the megaliths (natural stones, which weigh hundreds of tons) in the style of the Baalbek buildings, and it is oriented to the cardinal directions with almost the same (antediluvian) angle (see "Pyramids"). The construction of these buildings is traditionally attributed to the ancient Romans and Jews, although the megalithic structures are problematic even for the modern technology.

Jewish history since the end of "Egyptian captivity" until the end of "Babylonian captivity"
Biblical (Jewish) history Real history
Conquest of Canaan (Book of Joshua). Phoenicia, Greece, Carthage, Rome.
Period of the judges (Book of Judges). Establishment of the Roman law.
The Israelite Kingdom of Saul, David and Solomon (Books of Samuel, 1st Book of Kings). The Roman Republic of Sulla, Pompey and Julius Caesar.
Separation of Judea from Israel (2nd Book of Kings). Ptolemy XV Caesarion (Jesus Christ, the uncrowned Jewish king).
Separation of Byzantium (Judea) from Rome (Israel).
Wars with Assyria. Gothic Wars.
Assyrian capture of Israel, which fate is unknown. Defeat of Rome by the barbarians. The development of Armenia and Khazaria.
Babylonian captivity.
The Babylonian Talmud was actually written after Alexander the Great.
Power of the eastern Goths (Ostrogoths).
Persian liberation. The Ostrogoths were defeated by the Armenian general Narses.

Judea was defeated in some sense by Rome after the birth of Jesus, because Rome had created Byzantium by absorbing the Greek Asia Minor. The split of the single kingdom of Israel had determined the history, which lasts more than a thousand years, when two branches of the civilization were built:

Israel Judea
Essence (by Morozov) «theomachist» «god-praiser»
Politics and culture «West» «East»
Jews Sephardi Ashkenazi
Christianity Catholicism, Reformation
(symbol is the crucifixion, a victory over the God)
Orthodoxy (Slavonic: pravoslavn...)
(righteous praise to the God)
Empire Rome (Spain, France, Germany), Britain Byzantium (Greece), Rus'

Deuteronomy is a "second edition" of the Moses law, the last chapter of Torah, which was written in the Christian period in the times of Ostrogoths. The beginning of Deuteronomy contains already detailed description of the conquests, which were outlined briefly in the Exodus. The Deuteronomy language was partially deciphered by N.A. Morozov [1].

Interpretation of the names from Deuteronomy and Book of Joshua
Name Description
Great sea
(Joshua 1:4)
Atlantic Ocean.
(Deuteronomy 1:7)
«P-R-T», which is translated as the Euphrates, means the Prut river, a tributary of Danube, and maybe the Danube itself.
Canaan Territory of Genoa (see also "Rome and Israel").
Lebanon «L-B-N» means «white» in Hebrew. Lebanon is the Alps and the Mont Blanc (a white mountain). The cedar, a symbol of Lebanon, also grows in the Alps.
Hermon The Monti Ernici in the Apennine Mountains near Rome (Morozov believed that these are the German Alps).
Arnon The Italian river Arno.
Horites Croats.
Rephaim In this case, this is a healthy tall population of the prehistoric Europe.
Amorites Ostrogoths, which are associated with the Babylonians in this case.
Bashan Byzan-tium.
Og Ostro-goth (Og), the last Rephaite. Theodoric the Great had established the state of Ostrogoths.
Kadeshbarnea «K-D-S V-R-N-?» is Quds-Verona (Morozov believed that this is Quds on the Rhone or Geneva, a distant Roman colony beyond the Alps). Al-Quds is an Arabic name for the Holy city (Jerusalem). Verona is an important city-fortress, which was founded in the prehistoric times. Verona remained inaccessible before the victory of Theodoric, who called also "Dietrich von Bern".
Edrei Adria is a city near the mouth of the Po river, which was founded in the VI century.
Rabbah Ravenna is an ancient city, the burial place of Theodoric. One day, the besieged city was deprived of a water (2 Samuel, 12:27), obviously, by a destruction of the aqueduct, which was then restored by Theodoric.
Ammon The ancient population of Rabbah (Ravenna), the descendants of Lot (Latins).
Girgashites The population of Lazica-Egrisi, the present Georgia.

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The Caucasus is a region of the strong Semitic influence in the Early Middle Ages. The original Armenian and Georgian alphabets were created under the influence of Byzantium and are similar to the Hebrew and Greek alphabets (the names of letters, the numeric values, and the order of letters). The "Kingdom of Ashkenaz" is a mythical kingdom, which corresponds to the Armenia, and which was founded by Ashkenaz, a son of Gomer, a grandson of Japheth, a great-grandson of Noah. According to the Bible, Noah had disembarked from his ark on the Armenian Mount Ararat.

After the fall of Rome (V century), its former elite moved to the Caucasus and created there the Turkic Khaganate. The Khagan (Jewish Kohen) is a great Khan (Khan of Khans) of the Turkic nomads. The national Turkic ruler (head of a clan) is called “beck” or “bay”. The Turkic Khaganate was quickly broken into the parts, the most important of which was the Khazar Khaganate with the Jewish elite. The modern land of Dagestan, Chechnya and Ingushetia is the former Khazar land. The Nakh-Daghestanian languages have much in common with the Semitic languages in the basic vocabulary[2].

The Crimea (Taurida, biblical Tiberias) is the land of Karaites (from the Semitic root “K-R-A": to read), the Turkic-speaking admirers of Judaism, who reject the Talmud. The Greek colonization in the Crimea region started since the ancient times. The Jews came there together with Greeks followed by the Orthodox Christians. The Chersonesus (now Sevastopol) is a Greek colony, which is called Korsun (Khorsun) in Slavonic. The pseudo-Slavonic god Hors-Zhydovin (Jewish Hors) is Horus. The Chersonesus became a part of Byzantium in the V century, and the whole former Bosporan Kingdom joined it in the VI century. The mythical Andrew the Apostle, who allegedly baptized these lands, is known thanks to the works of the medieval authors, Eusebius of Caesarea in particular.

Charlemagne is a creator of the mythical empire of the Roman-speaking Franks (IX century), who supposedly united the Western Europe. This myth was discovered by a historian Herbert Illig, who felt a chronological shift by 3 centuries, and placed it into the "dark ages" (VI-X centuries). One of the few real artifacts of the Empire of Franks (Carolingians) is considered the Aachen Chapel, which could not be built before the X century, because just the wooden buildings were in the Europe before this time. These buildings are decayed now. In fact, the descendants of Attila and his subjects gradually moved into the sphere of Byzantium and Rome, which spread the Greek and Latin writings, the international languages, Christianity and statehood. All the uniform Western States had emerged almost simultaneously at the end of the "dark ages".


  1. Морозов Н.А. Христос. Силы Земли и небес (часть I, глава V), - М.:КРАФТ+ЛЕАН, 1998
  2. Забитов С.М., Арабские заимствования в лексико-семантической системе восточнокавказских языков, Москва, 2001

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