Correct chronology in Russia

Correct chronology in Russia

We currently use the dating of the birth of Christ and the Gregorian calendar. Not forgotten and the Julian calendar, the so-called "old style". Every year, in January, we remember him when we celebrate the “old” New Year. Also, the media carefully reminds about the change of years in the Chinese, Japanese, Thai and other calendars. Of course, this expands our horizons.11

Let's expand your horizons. But in order to broaden the horizons, let us touch the oldest tradition of counting Slavic peoples - the Darian Kruglet of Chislobog, according to which our Ancestors had not long ago lived. Today, only the Old Believers use this calendar - representatives of the most ancient Slavic-Aryan Faith - Ingliism. The widespread use of our ancient calendar ceased a little more than 300 years ago, when Tsar Peter 1, by his decree, introduced a foreign calendar on the territory of Russia and ordered to celebrate the 1700th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ on the night of January 1.12

Calendar reform has stolen (at least) 5,500 years of our history. And in Russia at that time, Summer 7208 from the Creation of the World in the Star Temple was going on. It is considered to be that this innovation of Peter 1 was progress for Russia, familiarizing it with “European culture”. But it does not say at all that the emperor did not just change the calendar, he actually “stole” at least (!). five and a half thousand years of our true history. After all, the event, from which the countdown of years was recorded - the Creation of the World in the Star Temple (5508 g. BC), meant not at all the creation of the universe by the biblical god, but literally; the signing of a peace treaty in the year of the Star Temple for Krugolet Chislobog after the victory of the Great Race Power (in the modern sense of - Russia) over the empire of the Great Dragon (in the modern - China). By the way, the symbolic image of a rider on a white horse striking a dragon with a spear, known in the Christian tradition as George the Victorious, actually symbolizes just this victory. That is why long since this symbol is so widespread and revered in Russia among the Slavic-Aryan peoples.13

From what events chronology was conducted?
A natural question arises: from what event did the chronology begin to the Creation of the World in the Star Temple? The answer is obvious - from an earlier significant event. Moreover, in parallel could be conducted counts of years from different events. That is how, with the mention of several time periods, the ancient chronicles began. For example, here’s a few datings of the current 2004 from the RX: - Summer 7512 from the Creation of the World in the Star Temple - Summer 13012 from the Great Cooling - Summer 44548 from the Creation of the Great Kolo Rasseni - Summer 106782 from the Foundation of Asgard Iriya - Summer 111810 from the Great Relocation from Daaria Summer 142994 from the period of the Three Moons - Summer 153370 from Assa Dei - Summer 185770 from the Time of Thule - Summer 604378 from the Time of the Three Suns, etc. Obviously, in the context of the modern “official” chronology, these datings look simply fantastic, But for an independent-minded person interested in the ancient Cultural Heritage of the Peoples of the Earth, such “chasms of years” do not look so frightening. Indeed, not only in the Slavic-Aryan Vedas, but also in the rather numerous written records that have come down to us all over the Earth, even much longer periods of historical time are mentioned. The same facts are also indicated by unbiased archaeological and paleo-astronomical studies.It will also be very interesting to recall that in the pre-Petrine times in Russia, not numbers, as is now customary, were used to denote numerical values, but the initial letters, i.e. Slavic letters with service symbols.14

What did Cyril and Methodius "correct"?
And since the calendar is a tradition of writing (try verbally to lead and transmit from generation to generation such a complex and dynamic array of information), it is obvious that, before the times of Peter I, writing already existed in Russia, at least (!) Seven over thousands of years. However, it is believed that the writing was “invented” especially for us, “illiterate”, by two Greek monks Cyril and Methodius, who only added a few Greek letters to our alphabet instead of the diphthongs they did not understand. And, modestly speaking, the growing pomposity during the annual “Cyril-Methodical” and “birthdays” of “Slavic” writing is surprising. At the present time, since we are using the modern calendar (from R.H.), it would be more correct to use it only for the events of the last three hundred years. And more ancient events, for a clear understanding of their essence,must be dated in the system of chronology, which was used before 1700, otherwise misinterpretation of our history, culture, traditions and customs is possible. It is a matter of sincere regret that the dating of the pre-Petrine events in modern textbooks, for example, 1242 is called the Year of the Ice Battle on Lake Peipsi, and at that time it was 6750 in Russia. Or, for example, the year of the baptism of Kiev is considered to be the year 988 from the birth of Jesus Christ. But in Kiev, they then celebrated Summer 6496 from the Creation of the World in the Star Temple.
Brothers and sisters, let us remember our past, look for it, if evil minds specifically hide it from us.

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  • Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia

    Correct chronology in Russia