i & j : Infant School Chronology Shift

It is so easy to replace the number 1 with an i or a j and tell the world that we are 1000 years off the Real Date.

Yes. It works but for so few actual dates as to make it almost redundant.

The Italian Renaissance chronology is shifted backwards about 100 years. Easy too.

But what about…….?

It turns out that the “MODERN TEXTBOOK” ON ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HISTORY is glued together from four practically identical chronicles, shifted relative to its original

333 years or 360 years is the Byzantine-Roman shift,

1053 (or 1153) years is the Roman shift,

1780 years, or 1800 years, or 1810 years is the Greco-Biblical shift.

An important role is also played by a shift of about 720 years – the difference between the Byzantine-Roman and purely Roman shifts: 1053-333 = 720 years. Above, we began our exploration of the deepest GRECO-BIBLICAL SHIFT IN 1810 YEARS and discussed the remarkable superimposition of the Trojan War on the Gothic War. In this chapter, we will continue our analysis of this shift and move up the axis of time, moving from the Trojan War to the subsequent events of classical “ancient” Greece. The chronological shift of 1810 also brings them back to the Middle Ages. Let’s check whether the COMBINATION of “ANCIENT” AND MEDIEVAL EVENTS will continue. We will follow the same “rigid formula” and will compare “antique” and medieval Greek events, which are approximately 1810 years apart from each other. In other words, taking the “antique” event….

But I guess a “millennial reign” is so much easier to promote, yes?

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