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 Is it possible in our day to travel to unknown countries? Not to some god-forsaken places on the planet, not to regions forgotten by everyone, but namely to countries strong, powerful, with vast territories, with a developed economy and culture, but, alas, unfamiliar to anyone. Strange as it must sound, it is possible. Moreover-necessary. Even for the sake of knowing one's own genealogical and authentic history of mankind.
   We live in these countries. We admire their architectural monuments. We enjoy the achievements of their inhabitants in all spheres of life the best we can while increasing the riches created by them. Finally, we think and converse in the languages of these countries. But there are few of us who know something genuine about their past.
 It sounds absurd, doesn't it? Any man, who has finished school at least can say with dignity that he knows the history of his people and even, in general, civilization and that nothing, excuse us, will make a fool of him. Huge multitudes of books have been written about the past, countless multitudes of material evidence of centuries past, obtained in archaeological digs. And all of them don't contradict each other, mounted like multicolored pebbles in a mosaic, in a grandiose picture of the development of mankind since time immemorial. What can one add to them? Unless it is some kind of details. Let us suppose how many lovers Cleopatra had exactly. Or-where they buried Alexander the Great. At worst-why Ivan the Terrible killed his own son. Whether in a state of drunkenness, or perhaps out of his mind. But the rest is all clear.
  The whole point is that almost nothing is clear. Even whether Alexander the Great and Ivan the Terrible lived in the world.
 For several centuries already, many scientists literally crumb-by-crumb are reestablishing that history that was in reality, and was not contrived in different historical essays, shoveling aside the sands of time and exposing the falsifications that were so abundant in earlier centuries. In the best case, one man in a hundred thousand today knows about the efforts of these historians, mathematicians, astronomers, linguists and archaeologists, although in the number of unmaskers of the forgers are such geniuses as Isaac Newton. It really would seem that someone had to be listening to some of them. Nothing of the kind. Work that contradicts the generally accepted canons is covered up without a trace. As if it never even existed. They are trying to shut them up even today.
  The reason is the same: the existing version of history has suited and still suits people. In it are maintained practically all political, ideological and religious views of any modern state, and even of mankind as a whole.
   But times change. The 21st century all the more persistently is demanding a re-comprehension of history, of the resolution of problems, before which the adherents of the traditional views only are at a loss in all times and epochs, inasmuch as they simply didn't know how to cope with them. Therefore, the numbers of those are multiplying who do not close their eyes to insurmountable contradictions and the nonsense of official historical science. The number of works of the new formation historians is doubling and tripling every five years.
  New views are put forth most clearly in the monographs of the prominent Russian mathematician, A. Fomenko, and his associate, G. Nosovskiy. Let's try to state them if only summarily. Let them be a kind of a compass for journeys to unknown lands. So, what do the scientists say? Let's get ready for surprises that break all the usual notions for us.

"The most ancient kingdom, well-known to us, is Ancient First Rome or Old Rome, it really is Ancient Egypt. Its capital was situated at the mouth of the Nile. Today it is called Alexandria. There still are none of the cyclopean structures known to us - the pyramids, Sphinx, temples, obelisks - in this kingdom. They all will be erected significantly later. 
    The idea of a written language is conceived here for the first time a thousand years ago, at first in the form of hieroglyphics=pictures. Then written documents appear. In the 10th-11th centuries, the kingdom's capital will be transferred to the western shore of the Bosphorus Strait, and New Rome springs up there. It is Jerusalem, it is Troy, it is Constantinople. And then even Turkish Istanbul.  
   Byzantine power is spread to many regions of the Occident and the Orient. Here are the femy-provinces of the imperial center. Note: a Fema (singular, Femy is plural) is a militarily administrated province. Each is to a significant measure an independent state formation, but headed by a Byzantine governor-general - a king, a tsar, a prince - and is a vassal of New Rome - of Constantinople. Among the femy-provinces are Egypt, Rus, Turkey, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and others. The nature of the submission of the femy to the imperial center is rather flexible. One of the features of the submission is the payment of tribute to New Rome.
  The femy are united by a common religion. New Rome is a widely recognized religious center. It is Jerusalem, the Holy City. Christianity exists before the physical appearance of Jesus Christ. 
   In the 11th century the ecclesiastical calendar is calculated. The first church calendar is created. Astronomy emerges - originally for servicing the church calendar. The main religious event of the 11th century is the appearance of Jesus Christ, his life andcrucifixion.Heiscrucified,probably,inNewRome=Constantinople=Jerusalem=Troy on the Bosphorus. In the city which namely in that epoch became the new capital of the Byzantine Empire. 
  The "zero year" was, most likely, A.D. 1053. In 1054, a supernova flares up, described in the Gospel as the Star of Bethlehem.
  The crucifixion of Jesus Christ occurs approximately in A.D. 1085, 31-33 years after the "zero year," which coincides with A.D. 1053. Or in A.D. 1095 (ecclesiastical dating.) But somehow or other, this is an event of the 11th century's end. Christianity was declared as a state religion in the Byzantine Empire and in all the femy (=provinces) subordinate to it. Thus, the geographical outlines of the Byzantine Empire at that time coincide approximately with the area of Christianity's expansion. In the 12-13th centuries, Christianity remains the only religion in the Byzantine Empire, but to the east and to the west of the Empire it is beginning to take on several different forms, explained by the geographical, climatic and other conditions of the various locations. 
  In the Orient, in the femy-provinces of Rus and Turkey, a stricter, reserved, in part even ascetic form of the original Christianity is retained.
   In the western femy-provinces - in France, Italy and the others, the original Christianity gradually takes on the features of a cult, known to us through the description of the "classical" authors as the "classical" pantheon, which includes even a Bacchanalian, orgiastic cult. These are Zeus (Jupiter), Aphrodite (Venus), Poseidon (Neptune) and numerous other Olympic gods, Bacchanalian holidays and the like. At this time, the Byzantine imperial center is growing weaker. Christianity still remains unified, but huge conflicts are coming to a head, relatively speaking, between its "eastern" and "western" branches. 
  The breakup of the Byzantine Empire leads to the fact that New Rome - as the cradle, center and sanctuary of ecumenical Christianity ends up under the control of the "eastern" branch of Christianity. The "western" branch cannot resign itself to this and declares its own right to the "Holy Sepulcher" in Jerusalem, that is, in New Rome=Constantinople.
  The Occident begins the crusades, proclaiming the purpose of which is the "liberation of the Holy Sepulcher" from the hands of the "infidels." Therefore, the Western Crusades are aimed in particular at New Rome=Jerusalem. The "eastern" Christians originally were understood to be the "unfaithful;" afterwards the Orthodox and Moslems arose from this branch of Christians. But inasmuch as the "infidels" now were controlling New Rome, that is the "Holy Sepulcher," which was located, very likely, in New Rome itself or very near it on Golgotha (very likely a mountain near the suburb of Beykoz on the Asiatic shore of the Bosphorus), then in the Occident, essentially, a main thought began to resound and found a living echo in the slogan: Take up arms against the "infidels" and liberate the "Holy Sepulcher."
  That is, the Occident responded to the strengthening of the Orient with the crusades - with military ideological measures. The Crusades in reality were a fight for power in the failing imperial heart of Byzantium. Thus was the first step taken in a religious schism within a formerly unified Christian religion.
   A schism occurs earlier of unified Christianity along several huge branches - of religions. Orthodoxy, that is Orthodox Christianity, the closest to the original cult, is more restrained and spiritually austere. Ancient Rus becomes the Center of Orthodoxy. Orthodoxy also is spread in the Balkans and in the Orient.
   Islam, or Mohammedanism, is in the Orient, originally rather close to Orthodoxy. It also is a strict and ascetic religion.
  Catholicism is mainly in the Occident. The furthest removed from the original restrained cult of the 11th century. For some time it existed in the form of a Greco-Roman pantheon of gods with elements of a Bacchanalian orgiastic cult.
In the opinion of the prominent scientist, N. Morozov, as a result of the spreading of the Bacchanalian practice in several Western European countries, diseases were spread, called venereal, after the name of Venus - the goddess of love. For the elimination of similar undesirable social consequences, reform of the Catholic cult was needed, for which in some Western European countries, an inquisition was even introduced later. After the reforms of the church and the successful operation of the Inquisition, the Catholic branch of Christianity obtained the modern forms already well-known to us, and also was rather reserved.
   One more variant of Christianity is Buddhism in the Orient. India, China and other countries of Southeast Asia. 
Judaism is both in the Occident and in the Orient. Originally it is a form of pre-Jesus Christianity. Over the passing of time it underwent a complex evolution. The remaining religions are not so widely spread. In the main, they are split off from those listed above only in the 16th century.
The Gospels are written either at the end of the 11th century or at the beginning of the 12th century. All the rest of the books of the Bible - both of the New and of the Old Testament - are written, most likely not earlier than the end of the 11th or the beginning of the 12th century A.D. The editions of the Gospel and the Psalms well-known today go back to the 14th century. The books of the Old Testament were being edited in individual instances right up to the 17th century.
The accumulated antagonisms between the Occident and the Orient take the shape of a bloody and protracted war with long-running consequences for all of the history of Europe and Asia. And this is the legendary Trojan War. In traditional history of the Middle Ages, this very war is well known under the collective name of the Crusades of the 13th century: the capture of Constantinople in 1204, then is the fall of Constantinople in 1261, afterwards is the bloody war (supposedly on Italian territory) of the middle of the 13th century A.D.
 As a result of the Trojan War, the exodus and flight of various groups from collapsing Byzantium is begun. The refugees from Byzantium settle in different countries of Europe and Asia.
At the same time, the European and Asian countries were occupied not only by the refugees from New Rome, but also those who followed on their heels as victors."

Let's stop and catch our breath from the torrent of absolutely new notions for us. In places they seem to the untrained person simply absurd. But we won't jump to any conclusions. Let's try to corroborate them as facts. For the beginning-the facts that are connected with Egypt

R. Grishin M. Bell 2002