posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 09:31 PM
Here is a link to a massive website that has been talking about this for years.
The first link is an article written by famed chess grand master Garry Kasparov.
Remember that the media portrayed him as quite crazy for a long time.
This link is the most compelling argument they put forth.
A statistical analysis of the periods of Kingship of European kings, from the so-called fraudulent centuries, compared to old Testament kings.
A picture from said article.
The motive attributed for all of this is that the founders of the Royal lines in Europe were nothing more than murderers who needed to legitimize
their Reigns as divinely sanctioned, and false lineages were manufactured, whole cloth, from the old testament. An obscure book at the time only well
understood by literate religious people, which were very rare in that age. Once the idea worked in one country it spread to others. Eventually all
Europe standardized their historical timelines to the the royal ones.
that's the theory anyway.
One must remember that at the time all of this work was being done that the cold war was still on, all the lettered scientists and mathematicians are
Russian, and all the discrediting is done to European Countries and their royal histories.
I have looked at this stuff in detail for over a decade.
My final conclusion is that there are a lot of tiny errors,
and the motive to discredit Free Europe seems to be stronger than the motive to manufacture royal credibility.
Though I grudgingly admit that it is possible, even in the face of so much questionable scholarship.