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    Japan was once a part of the Great Tartaria

    The Russians won the Battle of Poltava. Why then did the Swedes go to Volga Bulgaria to look for their roots? They were defeated. Remember how Catherine the Great expanded Russia? Isn't that the question? What's behind Russia? Well, there are no Russians behind Russia. In Russia, the Bulgarians...
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    Japan was once a part of the Great Tartaria

    You "Russians" yourself do not know where you are from. China, Japan, Korea, India, Persia, Armenia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and all the major empires of the world have written about Bulgaria. Who ever mentioned the name Russia? Bulgarians are known all over the world. The coronation of Boris III...
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    The Arches of Bulgaria (1878-1945)

    The lion and the eagle united. Bulgaria is the successor of the Lion, and Serbia is under Russian occupation (Eagle). And long before it was liberated from Ottoman rule. In fact, was there an Ottoman Empire? Isn't the Russian Empire disguised? Germany, Italy and Austria were Bulgaria's first...
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    The Arches of Bulgaria (1878-1945)

    I hope the information is useful. Ferdinand I of Bulgaria: (1861-1948) Full name: Ferdinand Maximilian Karl Leopold Maria FatherPrince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha MotherPrincess Clémentine of Orléans Ferdinand entered a marriage of convenience with Princess Marie Louise of...
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    Troy (2 part)

    Can we unite 2000 years of history? In the first part we saw how Troy turned out to be the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo. We also understood why Troy has two names. Let's remember (KorbenDallas): "Troy: X marked the spot for centuries, but the ruins were only identified in 1822" Troy...
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    SH Archive Ancient TOP 9, and their Coats of Arms

    Thanks. One more thing. The artist also left letters on the shields. t and r. In bulgarian т and р. Търново (Turnovo) (Троя) (Troy). This is the sign of Tarnovo from the 14th century. The same letters are on the shields.
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    SH Archive Ancient TOP 9, and their Coats of Arms

    How do I contact Korben? I have so much to tell him. In this story I see such things that will be useful to him. Not only here, but in the whole forum I see things that the rest do not notice. For example: Elena is on the left. On the right is Elizabeth (in Bible) (not Hungary), who gave birth...
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    The city of Troy destroyed in 1396

    These are maps on which Jerusalem exists. These are maps made in the wrong geography. Ilium (Illyria) is not located in Turkey! The city of Troas in the Bible: 16:7 And when they had come up to Mysia (Moesia), they attempted to go into Bithynia (Macedonia), but the Spirit of Jesus did not allow...
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    The Bible - History of the Balkans (end of imperors) (part 8)

    So far we have found the following emperors: Eli (Trajan Decius (249-251) Peter I of Bulgaria (927-969)) Hophni (Herennius_Etruscus (251-251) / Boris II (969-971)) Phinehas (Hostilian) (251-251) / Roman of Bulgaria (977-997)) Elkanah (LKN) = Licinius (308-324) = (LKN) = (NKL) Nicholas (10th...
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    The city of Troy destroyed in 1396

    Now let's see where the city of Troy is located. We will use old names of cities, countries and the Bible. "Sing, Goddess, sing of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus - that murderous anger which condemned Achaeans to countless agonies and threw many warrior souls deep into Hades, leaving their...
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    Arch of Glory of Imperator Maximilian I

    I will try to explain the missing emperors. This list that is from the arch is a late edition for me. It betrays him Alexander (Severus Alexander - Wikipedia). 2. Gordian (Gordian I - Wikipedia), Philippus (Philip the Arab - Wikipedia) Here you will find out why. These are not Roman emperors...
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    The chronology of the world

    We will now arrange the whole world history in several tables. As much as possible. Please attach the topic as "IMPORTANT". These are not Fomenko's tables! These are my tables. The tables follow one after the other. Three of the rulers are in "purple", "orange" and "red". These are the markers I...
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    The Palace of the Parliament, Bucharest, Romania

    The same story in Bulgaria. However, the date is different. St. Nedelya church - Sofia. 1880 and 1922 before the Assassination. 16 april, 1925 the Assassination. 1950-1960: before - now Very interesting photo at the beginning of the construction of the Council of Ministers (1950-1960)...
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    SH Archive Was Cleopatra a medieval queen?

    Biblical Magi: Melchior (/ˈmɛlkiˌɔːr/; also Melichior), a Persian scholar; Caspar (/ˈkæspər/ or /ˈkæspɑːr/; also Gaspar, Jaspar, Jaspas, Gathaspa, and other variations); Balthazar (/ˈbælθəˌzɑːr/ or /bælˈθæzər/; also Balthasar, Balthassar, and Bithisarea), a Babylonian scholar. Biblical Magi...
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    SH Archive Chronology: of the World, of Rome, of Christ...

    The history of the world is hidden in the Balkans. I give you an example: 1. Alexander the Great conquered the Balkans in 336 BC 2. Roman conquest of Moesia and Thrace. 17BC 3. Valens was killed in the catastrophic battle against the Goths on August 8, 378 at Adrianople. 4. Asparuh of Bulgaria...
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