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The paradigm of the New Mathematically Correct Chronology

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posted on Sep, 10 2006 @ 08:20 PM
The paradigm of the New Mathematically Correct Chronology

Our current historical chronology was created during the Renaissance. In short, we are judged in class by our ability to cite ancient and Mediaeval history, as it was forged or understood in the XVI-XVII centuries. Incidentally, at that time, historical chronology was considered to be a subdivision of mathematics. Summa sum, with the statistical shredding of the current historical models; a new debate shakes the very foundations of what were previously considered to be historical timelines.

Modern historians' teach us history by enforcing rote regurgitation of antiquated chronological settings. This topic necessarily constitutes the debate prerequisite to evolution of historical chronology. The matierials cited are from: "History: Fiction or Science, 1 Chronology," by Anatoly T. Fomenko and G. Nosovskiy.

Our current chronology is referred to as "Scalagerian," at such points as to refer to the famous Medieval Chronologers’ Iosuph Iustus Scalenger (1540-1609 AD) and Dionysius Petavius (1583-1652 AD). These are the authors’ of the ecclesiastical chronology, which serves as our current chronology, but appears to have been utterly forged.

In as professional mathematicians’ Fomenko and Nosovskiy’s statistical and astronomical conclusions have only in recent years been translated from Russian, "the new chronology" remains either unheard of or altogether new to us all. These authors’ primary interests are quite distant from the subject of history per se. Their interest derived from dating ancient lunar eclipses as a key problem of celestial mechanics. It all started out as parameter D" performing an inexplicable leap on the interval of the VIII-X century AD. This peculiar behavior was solely related to trusting in the exactitude of dating of the ancient eclipses. When N.A. Morozov’s dates were used (he has never been published in English) the D" graph altered instantly and graphically, having transformed to a rather even horizontal line that concurred with conventional gravitational theory completely.

Alexander Zinoviev, whom is Professor of the Moscow State University, logician, sociologist, writer, member of the Finnish, Bavarian and Italian Academy of Sciences, etc., and Laureate of the 1982 Alex Tocqueville prize for sociology: and who is published in over 20 languages, wrote the forward to History: Fiction or Science. Therein, Zinoviev stated, "They flabbergasted me with their sheer disquisitive might as well as the research results which, in my opinion, can by rights be called the greatest discovery in contemporary historical science-what A.T. Fomenko and his colleagues had learned over the course of their research was the fact that the entire history of humanity up until the XVII century is a forgery of global proportions ("old history" in their terminology)-a falsification as deliberate as it was universal. Zinoviev concludes with general observations concerning "exceptional scientific scrupulousness" of the works, stating: "..after extensive examination…I have neither found a single ipse dixit statement, not any categorical pontificating of any kind. .. and ending with "Fomenko and G. Nosovskiy have performed a great scientific feat of epochal significance…"

A concurring forword is written by A.N. Shiryaev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Head of the Probability Theory Studies Department of the V.A. Steklov Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. "The methods of applied statistics affect a wide rang of scientific paradigms today, including the research of a great variety of texts. We use the word "text" to refer to sequences of diverse signals here…such as graphical representations of this kind or the other that can be encoded and represented in a textual form, as well as actual narrative texts, such as historical chronologies, original original sources, documents etc. One of the key objectives we encounter here is learning to identify dependant texts, by which we mean texts possessing some degree of affinity between them-similarities in their nature of history for instance. We may regard the recognition problem as an example, where one is confronted with the task of finding the visual representation that bears the greatest resemblance to the given prototype. The subject of long signal sequence research emphasizes the ability to find uniform sequences and their joining points. All of the above bears equal relevance to solving the classical change-point problem, for instance, which is of vital importance to mathematical statistics and the statistics of stochastic processes.

In application to narrative text studies and their needs, the problem of differentiating between dependant and independent texts (such as chronicles) can be formulated as that of tracing out the texts that hail back to a common original source ("Dependant"), or those of non-correlating origins ("independent"). It is well understood that problems of this kind are exceptionally complex, and thus new empirico-statistical identification methods deserve full recognition for their ability to complement classical approaches to actual research (in source studies, for instance). …

Fomenko…suggests a new approach to the recognition of dependant and independent narrative (historical) texts based on a number of models he had constructed and trends discovered with the aid of new empirico-statistical methods and as a result of extensive statistical experimentation with varying quantitative characteristics of actual texts such as chronicles, original sources etc. The verification of these models (statistical hypothesis) by subsistent chronicle material confirmed their efficacy and allowed us to suggest new methods of dating texts, or, rather, the events they describe. …
…the authors principal ideas are perfectly rational from the point of view of contemporary mathematical statistics and fit into the cognitive paradigm of experts in applied statistics with the utmost ease.
Seeing as how the book relates to problems that concern several scientific disciplines, one is confronted with the necessity of finding points of contact between experts working in different areas.
One has to differ clearly here between the primary statistical result achieved by this book, namely, defining the layer structure of the global chronological map and it’s representation as a "sum" of four layers, and the plethora of available interpretations. Etc.
A.N. Shiryaev,
President of the International Bernoulli
Society for Mathematical Statistics
and Probability Theory in 1989-1991.

Since year zero of the kingdom of Judah falls in the table on year 910 A.D., the chronological shift is approximately 928 + 910=1838 years… Although this parallelism is a basic one, however, the mediaeval dynasty of the Holy Roman Empire of X-XIII century in itself largely a reflection of a later dynasty of XIV-XVII century. That is why, to a considerable degree, the epoch of the Kingdom of Judah is actually XIV-XVI century A.D., although certain events might have taken place in an earlier epoch of XI-XIII century. See p-314.

The entire Old Testament, as well as the entire bible…can actually be restored from the part describing the mediaeval events of 1000-1600 A.D. Moreover, the New Testament probably describes events occurring in the XI century A.D. in the New Rome, Constantinople.

In particular, the structure of discovered duplicates leads to the conclusion that the epoch of Christ, or the XI century A.D. according to the new chronology, was reflected in the religious history of Italy of the XI century as "the epoch of Pope Gregory Hildebrand". …However, Pope Gregory Hildebrand should not be thought to have been the Christ of the New Testament. See P-328

It is possible to break up the Bible into virtually unambiguous "generation chapters" B(T), where the ordinal number T varies from 1 to 218. See p-329.


We know nothing of the events that took place before the X century A.D. See p-333.
Apparently, actual history, -that is, the history described in written sources that have reached to our time, -begins from ca. The X-XI century A.D. and on. Facts preceding the X century are fairly scanty, located between 300-1000 A.D. Virtually all epochs placed by the Scaligerian textbook before the X century A.D. are various phantom reflections of the events of the X-XVI century A.D. The Biblical story-that is, all the events of the Old and the New Testament-fits into the interval between the X century A.D. and the XVI century A.D.
See p-334

13.2 The letter "X" formerly denoted the name of Christ, but was later proclaimed to stand for the figure of ten. The letter "I" formerly denoted the name of Jesus, but was later proclaimed to be the indication of one thousand.

The first method: abbreviated form of recording. For instance, "the III century since Christ" could be recorded briefly as "X.III", "X" being the first letter of the Greek word XPICTOC (Christ). The letter X is one of the prevalent mediaeval anagrams for the name of Christ. Thus, the phrase "Christ’s Ist century"’ when abbreviated, could read as "X.I", the phrase "Christ’s II century" could read as "X.II", and so on. These abbreviations may possibly have caused the appearance of the contemporary designation for centuries. However, as of a certain later time the mediaeval chronologists suggested that the letter "X" in the beginning of a date should stand for the figure of "ten". Such interpretation automatically adds a thousand years to the initial date. Thus, an erroneous date appears, a thousand years more ancient than the real one. See p-337

Conclusions reached by Anatoly T. Fomenko regarding carbon dating.

Radio carbon dating is flawed. W.F. Libby used false assumptions in reaching his conclusions. In theory, radiocarbon age measurement is simple. It suffices to know:
1. The radiocarbon volume from the moment of the objects departure from the exchange reservoir.
2. The exact half-life period of radiocarbon C-14. The real activity of ancient specimens may alter from the average value for numerous reasons, including, but not at all limited to: Cosmic ray intensity changes, a theoretical estimation shows a 20% deviation range. Variations in radiocarbon concentration depending upon geographical location and the tree species: 8.5% deviation range. at p-88 We deem it nonsensical to attempt the precise measurement of a value whose theoretical uncontrolled error rate may equal 10% if we are to make modest assumptions. The most optimistic calculations give a radiocarbon dating uncontrolled error range of 1200 years of arbitrarily added or subtracted age. p-88 Another specialist in radiocarbon dating, V. Boutomo, is of a more realistic opinion: "due to the considerable fluctuations of C-14's specific activity rate, the radiocarbon datings of relatively young specimens (under 2000 years of age) cannot be used as fundamental referential data for the absolute chronological scale." See p-83
Summary of miscellaneous Conclusions reached by Anatoly T. Fomenko.
1. It turned out that "the Scaligerian textbook" was compiled from four copies of one and the same brief chronicle.
2. Fomenko discovered three important chronological shifts, of approximately 333 years, 1053, and 1800 years respectively.
3. There are no Hebraic manuscripts of the Bible predating the IX century A.D. (!) in existence, although those of a more recent time, primarily the middle of the alleged XIII century A.D., are kept in many national libraries. The oldest Hebraic manuscript is a fragment of the Books of the Prophets, and is dated to 859 A.D. One of the two oldest manuscripts "is dated to 916 A.D. and contains the Books of the Prophets; the other is dated to 1008 A.D. and contains the text of the Old Testament."
However, the first manuscript was dated to 1228 by the scribe. The so-called Babylonian punctuation of letters given here allows this text to be dated to the Seleucid Era, which gives us 916 A.D. However, there are no serious foundations for such a statement, and it is hence possible that the dating was given in years since Christ, in which case the manuscript would belong to the XIII century and not the X.
4) It is supposed that the Biblical canon was agreed upon by
the Laodician Council in 363 A.D., but no edicts of this Council remain in
existence, and the same concerns the previous Councils.

5) In accordance with the new chronology (as reconstructed) Julius Caesar does not appear before the XI century A.D., the count by Olympiads could not have been introduced before the XI century A.D.; and, most probably, coincides with the Christian count of years from the Nativity of Jesus Christ, which…began at around 1000 A.D. or 1053 A.D., or the year of the Nativity of Jesus Christ in the XI century. See-p. 370

6) "Dionysius the Little from the VI century" is actually nothing but a phantom reflection of the actual Dionysius Petavius…from the XVI-XVII century A.D. Hence, Dionysius Petavius = Dionysius the Little turns out to have apparently been the first to have correctly calculated the date of Jesus Christ’s Crucifixion approximately six hundred years before his own time. As we understand now, he was absolutely right, since by counting six hundred years back from the XVI-XVII century we obtain exactly the XI century A.D. when, in accordance with our reconstruction, Jesus Christ actually lived and was crucified. See-p. 371

7) The "ancient" historian Tacitus appears to have been the same person as the well known renaissance writer Poggio Bracciolini. See-p. 386 The French expert Hochart and the English expert Ross have independently proclaimed the History of Cornelius Tacitus to have actually been written in the XV century by Poggio Bracciolini. In other words, they accused Bracciolini of premeditated forgery. See-p. 388

8) According to the new chronology, the "ancient" Dionysian (Baccic) pagan cult prevailed in Western Europe in the Middle Ages, that is in the XIII-XVI century, and not in "distant antiquity". N.A. Morozov in his analysis of ecclesial history has paid attention to the known, albeit oftentimes withheld, fact of the openly Bacchic practice of Christian officiations in Mediaeval Italy and France, where liturgies often transformed into orgies, convents would frequently serve as houses of ill repute, etc…. The nuns’ clothing didn’t help austerity, either, since it served to emphasize their natural beauty and gracefulness… Nearly all Italian monasteries [according to Rodocanachi, La Femme Italienne, avant, pendent et apres la Renaissance, Paris, 1922, allowed male visitors…As for Venetian monasteries-Casanova is not the only source of information in what regards those; St. Didier writes that "nothing attracted as much interest in Venice as the monasteries." Noblemen have been frequent visitors there too. Since all of the nuns were beautiful and clean-limbed, none of them went without a lover. … During the Venetian carnival (which would last almost half a year over there), convents would turn into dance halls and become filled with masked men…The dresses have been narrow, fitting tight around the waist, with large, scoop necklines which demonstrated the white and voluptuous bodies of the nuns." See-p. 394 citing "The Life and Activity of Balthazar Cossa (Pope John XXIII) by Alexander Paradisis. Id-p. 395

9) The necessity of crushing the orgiastic Christian cult entailed the establishment of the Inquisition for the initiation of hard-line reforms in both clerical and secular life of Western Europe. We should point out that the Eastern Orthodox Church and Russia in particular have never seen such open and wide dispersion of Bacchic practices. That is why there was no Inquisition in the Orthodox Church. See-p. 397

10) According to Humphrey Davy, "the Pompeian painters and the Italian painters of the Renaissance epoch used identical paints. Citing A Systemic Description of Pompeii and the Artifacts Discovered there. Klassovsky, St. Petersburg, 1848. Id-p.407
The Coordination of a New Astronomical Dating With a Dynastic Parallel.
a. The Star of Bethlehem. This flash actually occurred in 1054 A.D…. A famous supernova explosion was recorded in 1054. See p-365

b. Total eclipse at the time of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. An accurate dating provides two possibilities: either the lunar eclipse of 1075 A.D., or a solar eclipse of 1086. See p-366

c. The Apocalypse. Our new astronomical dating of the Apocalypse in compliance with the horoscope contained therein, yields 1486 A.D.

d. Explosions of Stars. The explosions of stars are an important example of irregular phenomena. The dates of "ancient explosions" appear to be obtained from shifting the dates of actual mediaeval explosions by approximately 333 years, 1053 years, or 1778 years downwards. In particular, the dates of all explosions allegedly of 900 B.C.-390 A.D. are obtained from the dates of explosions of the X-XIII century by shifting them 1053 years backwards. … The explosion of the alleged year of 186 A.D. "is obtained" from an actual explosion of 1230 A.D. See p-366

e. Thucydides. The Scaligerian history dates the three eclipses described by the "antique" Thucydides back to the V century, namely, the years 431, 424 and 413 A.D. Upon precise astronomical dating all three are lifted to the XI or the XII century A.D.

f. Titus Livy. Scaligerite chronologists dated the eclipse described by Titus Livy in his History back to the middle of the II century A.D., allegedly 168 A.D. Upon precise astronomical dating it was identified with the eclipse of 955 A.D, or that of 1020 A.D. See p-367

g. Ptolemy’s Almagest. Ptolemy’s Almagest is considered to have been compiled in the time of the "ancient" Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius (allegedly 138-161 A.D.), in the second year of his reign. However in our dating, the star catalogue Almagest dates back to a completely different epoch, namely, the VII-XVI century A.D. By precession of longitudes, the Latin edition of Almagest dates back to approximately XV-XVI century A.D. It is interesting that the epoch of the first editions of the Almagest-allegedly around 1530 A.D.-differs from 140 A.D. (that is, the second year of the reign of Antoninus Pius) by approximately 1390-1400 years as well.

h. Zodiacs of Dendera. The Scaligerian dating of the Round and Long Zodiacs in the Dendera Temple in Egypt-allegedly circa 30 B.C. (or 54-68 A.D.) and the alleged years 14-37 A.D. The exact astronomical solution is completely different-namely, 1185 A.D. for the Round Zodiac and 1168 A.D. for the Long Zodiac.

i. Horoscopes of Athribis. Scaligerite historians dated the two horoscopes of Athribis discovered by Flinders Petrie, a famous Egyptologist, back to circa 59 A.D. However, the exact astronomical solution yields 1230 and 1268 A.D., respectively.
The paradigm of the New Mathematically Correct Chronology may be carried for discussion as allowed. This submission is made solely from the viewpoint of the New Chronology.

None of the astronomical or chronological facts contained herein are other than those formulated and expounded upon by Anatoly Fomenko, 1 Chronology-"History: Fiction or Science? Delamere Publishing 2003. Any errors made in reproduction are merely due to clerical error. In order to explore the paradigm, it is essential that a copy of the volumes be purchased and studied. Quotations made are of brief passages by way of review.

There is a greater probability than not that Fomenko has reached correct conclusions.

Respectfully Submitted,


posted on Sep, 12 2006 @ 01:12 AM
Okay.... but how do you keep the F...ING clock on the DVD from blinking?
Flash Dance.... this post is the reason why I DON'T READ BOOKS..... I read it..... but I haven't a CLUE what it all means......



posted on Mar, 15 2008 @ 11:41 PM


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posted on May, 26 2008 @ 06:10 PM
A really amazing theory! If it is trivial to modify recent history (and that has been shown many times to be possible) what difficulty is there in modifying ancient history?

Really cool idea, Flash.

posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 04:11 PM
To gain a true understanding of what we are trying to say you should look at this site. Thre are graphs here that if you enlarge them and read them you can clearly see that the co incidental lengths of the reign of the various kings thru the time periods is highly suspect.

king lists

posted on Dec, 30 2008 @ 05:10 PM
So this may in fact be

the year 1007 AD?

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