..Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
CHRIST AND RUSSIA in the eyes of the "ancient" Greeks

  Publishing house: AST (ASTEL) Moscow, 2008.

CONTENTS

ABSTRACT

FOREWORD.

INTRODUCTION.
1. The epoch of Andronicus-Christ from the XII century A.D. composes a "skeleton" of descriptions of the first half of the Peloponnesian war allegedly of the V century B.C.
2. An astronomical dating of the big Zodiac on the ceiling of the Hall of Pontifexes in Vatican gives 1670 A.D. Therefore, the famous painters of the epoch of Renaissance allegedly of the beginning of the XVI century lived actually around 150 years later, in the XVII century.
2.1. Description of "the Zodiac of Pontifexes".
2.2. Decoding of the Zodiac of Pontifexes.
2.3. On the Zodiac of Pontifexes in Vatican there is a date: June 24-30 of old style of 1670 A.D.
2.4. A note regarding the Zodiac of Pontifexes and the date on it.
2.5. The Zodiac of Pontifexes in Vatican, John the Baptist and pope Clement X.
2.6. Probably on the Zodiac of Pontifexes there is a date, connected with the fault of Stepan Timofeevich Razin in 1670.
2.7. When the great Italian painters of the epoch of Renaissance actually lived?
3. An Italian Zodiac of Falconetto from Mantua.
3.1. Description of the Zodiac of Falconetto.
3.2. A horoscope of the Zodiac of Falconetto.
3.3. Decoding of the horoscope on the Zodiac of Falconetto
3.4. A date, written on the Zodiac of Falconetto: July 3-4 of old style of 1741.
4. A resulting table of the dated by us ancient zodiacs.

Chapter 1.
THE FAMOUS "ANTIQUE" PHILOSOPHER SOCRATES IS A REFLECTION OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST FROM THE XII CENTURY A.D.
1. What "antique" documents tell about Socrates.
2. Socrates and Christ.
2.1. What astronomy tell.
2.2. A philosopher and a prophet.
2.3. A politician and a statesman.
2.4. A conversation with a courtesan.
2.5. A son of sculptor and a sculptor himself.
2.6. An ancestor of philosophy, a great sage.
2.7. Didn't write anything himself.
2.8. A circle of pupils.
2.9. A pupil, who lay near the chest of the Teacher. The famous "antique" Plato is a fractional reflection of apostle John, "who got closer to the chest of Jesus".
2.10. Accusations in atheism and judgment.
2.11. The prosecutors of Socrates, thirty minutes of silver and the famous thirty silver coins of Judas Iscariot.
2.12. Prison.
2.13. Socrates drank a poison of hemlock. His last words – this is a speech of Christ, addressed to apostle Peter.
2.14. Double statements of Socrates about relation to evil.
2.15. Socrates as a geometer. Socrates-Christ and his "pupil" Euclid-Christ.
2.16. Demonism and a herd of pigs.
2.17. A quarrelsome, angry wife of Socrates and a wife-husband-killer of Andrew the Pious.
2.18. Mirto – the second wife.
2.19. An exterior ugliness of Socrates and negative statements about Christ on the pages of the Judaic sources.
2.20. Most people asked for the punishment of Socrates-Christ.
2.21. A revenge, which fall in some time on the enemies of Socrates-Christ.
2.22. What meant the name "Socrates".
2.23. Socrates and Patroclus.
3. The drama "Clouds" of Aristophanes turns out to be a parody on the Gospels. It actually tells about Judas Iscariot =Strepsiades and about the punishment of Christ=Socrates.
3.1. A short contents of "Clouds".
3.2. "Antique" greedy Strepsiades and greedy Judas Iscariot. A nationwide hate to Strepsiades.
3.3. Socrates-Christ and his pupils were floutingly presented by Aristophanes in a caricature view.
3.4. How the scientific classes of Socrates-Christ and his pupils are described.
3.5. Socrates is a founder of new religion. A crucifixion with water and worship to the Triunity.
3.6. Strepsiades becomes a pupil of Socrates. Judas Iscariot becomes an apostle of Christ.
3.7. The martyrdom of Strepsiades and the martyrdom of Judas Iscariot due to his betrayal of Christ. A suicide of Judas, he hang himself.
3.8. A topic of money sounds again. Strepsiades unsuccessfully tries to assign himself somebody?s money. The creditors damn him.
3.9. Culmination of the drama. Strepsiades accuses Socrates in everything and in fury sets a fire on his home. Socrates dies in fire.
4. An "Antique" mosaic with a picture of Socrates in the Christian church of allegedly the IV century A.D.
5. The famous "antique" speaker Isocrates – this is one more reflection of Christ-Socrates.
6. The Romanovs archly expressed "the place of death" of Andrew the Pious in the founded by him Bogolyubov-City near Vladimir. They tried to hide the fact that Andrew the Pious = Christ, also Socrates, died in Tsar-Grad.
7. Xenophon, a pupil of Socrates – this is Paul the Apostle, a follower of Christ.
7.1. What is known about "antique" Xenophon?
7.2. What is known about Paul the Apostle?
7.3. "Antique" Xenophon and Paul the Apostle.
7.4. A stick and a pole.
7.5. Xenophon-Paul was an apostle-warrior.
7.6. Christ – an inspirator.
7.7. Xenophon-Paul became an apostle already after the death of Christ.
7.8. The Crusades of the XIII century to different countries. Xenophon-Paul was a crusader.
7.9. Deep snow and cold in "antique" Persia.
7.10. Xenophon-Paul – the famous fruitful writer.
7.11. Circumstances of the death are rather foggy.
8. Other evidences of a later origin of the texts of Xenophon.

Chapter 2.
NEW DATA ABOUT ANDRONICUS-CHRIST. ON THE PAGES OF CHRONICLES HE IS THE "ANTIQUE" PERSIAN TSAREVICH CYRUS THE JUNIOR.
1. "Antique" authors doubled – on paper – one tsar Cyrus = Christ on two: Cyrus "the Senior" and Cyrus "the Junior". After this they were mixed.
2. The childhood of Cyrus the Junior. Two competing brothers.
2.1. Plutarch and Xenophon about the birth of Cyrus and Artaxerxes.
2.2. Tsar Herod and Persian Artaxerxes. Andronicus-Christ and Persian tsarevich Cyrus.
3. In the "antique" Greek version a runaway of the Holy Family to Egypt was described.
3.1. The tales of Plutarch and Xenophon, how one brother wanted to kill the second one. But the attempt was unsuccessful and tsarevich Cyrus went to the far expulsion.
3.2. A evangelic attempt of angry Herod to kill young Christ and a runaway of Virgin Mary with Christ to Egypt.
4. Plutarch included a tale about the arrest of Christ and his crucifixion into the story about an attempt on the royal brother.
4.1. Accession to the throne, shucking, the fruits of sycamine and the pistachio nuts.
4.2. A betrayal of Judas, an arrest of Christ, a judgment of him and the Resurrection = Redemption as the facts of the "biography" of Cyrus.
5. A repeated tale of Plutarch and Xenophon about Jesus Christ. Here they call him Cyrus. This is like Cyrus the Junior.
5.1. Resting on the mercenaries of barbarians, Cyrus starts a campaign on the capital Babylon. Christ goes on the capital and enters Jerusalem.
5.2. Tsarevich Cyrus = Christ dies in the battle of Cunaxa due to the betrayal of Klearkhos = apostle Judas Iscariot.
5.3. The evidences of Xenophon and Plutarch about the death of Cyrus.
6. The death of tsar Cyrus – this is the crucifixion of Christ, the Judaic Tsar. The brothers Cyrus and Artaxerxes – these are brothers Romulus and Rem, who are Christ and John the Baptist.
6.1. Romulus kills his brother Rem and Artaxerxes kills his brother Cyrus.
6.2. The cut head of Cyrus and the cut head of John the Baptist.
6.3. Long hair of Cyrus and long hair of Andronicus-Christ.
6.4. A cock of Peter the Apostle and a cock of "Karian", who knocked Cyrus.
6.5. Cyrus dies surrounded by a crowd of warriors. Andronicus-Christ is also punished in the presence of a crowd of folks and warriors.
6.6. Christ-Savior and Zeus-Savior. Victory and Nike.
6.7. Few apostles of Christ and few companions of tsar Cyrus at the moment of his death.
6.8. Christ on the Cross was stroke with a spear to the flank. In the Greek version the tsar was stroke with a spear to his chest.
6.9. A hurt, deleted eye of Andronicus-Christ and a stroke to the head of Cyrus, near the eye.
6.10. A resurrection of Christ after the death. After a terrible stroke with a spear the thunderstruck tsar Cyrus "came back".
6.11. A evangelic appearance of Christ to his pupils after the crucifixion. A Roman appearance of Romulus to the Roman Proculus Julius after his disappearance. The Greek message of Proculus and Glus about the death of tsar Cyrus. All this is a reflection of the same event.
6.12. The cut right hand of Andronicus-Christ and the cut right hand of tsar Cyrus.
6.13. The Final journey and the martyrish death of tsar Cyrus-these are the passions of Andronicus-Christ and his way on the Calvary.
6.14. The beat shanks of robbers, crucified near Christ, and the cut by stroke vein under the knee of tsar Cyrus.
6.15. A request of the Judaists to protect the body of Jesus and a request of the Persian Artasirus to look thoroughly at the body of Cyrus to avoid kidnaping.
6.16. Afflicted Christ was given vinegar with bile as a drink. The Persian tsar, dying from thirst, was given dirty or rotten water.
6.17. The punishment of Christ on the mountain Calvary in the presence of the crowds of people and warriors. The body of Cyrus was seen by thousands of Persian warriors, standing at the root of a hill.
6.18. The evangelic mountain Calvary, on the top of which Christ was crucified and the hill, on the top of which the Greeks saw the golden eagle, put on the pikestaff. A sun eclipse.
7. Cyrus and Christ.
7.1. The age of Cyrus and the age of Christ.
7.2. Bread and wine of tsar Cyrus. The Lords dinner of Christ.
7.3. What means the name of the book of Xenophon-Paul "Anabasis"?
8. Evangelic traitor Judas and Clearchus, a friend of Cyrus, who betrayed him. The death of Judas-Clearchus as a punishment for betrays.
9. Three revenges of princess Olga for the murder of Igor-Horus and three revenges of tsarina Parysatis for the murder of Cyrus.
9.1. Princess Olga and tsarina Parysatis.
9.2. A tale of Plutarch about three revenges of tsarina Parysatis.
9.3. Three revenges of princess Olga.
9.4. Three revenges of Persian Parysatis – these are three revenges of Russian Olga.
10. Greek patriarch Photius about the destruction of Tsar-Grad by the Scythians, who revenged for the death of several their compatriots, unjustly punished by Tsar-Gradians for a "penny money deal".
10.1. The Greek and the Romanovs' versions of the assault of Russians on Tsar-Grad and about its motives.
10.2. Patriarch Photius about the assault of the Scythians-Russians on Tsar-Grad.
10.3. An invasion of the Scythians-Russians at the time of Haskuldr and Dyrus – this is the Trojan war of the XIII century, that is a revenge of the crusaders for Christ.

Chapter 3.
"ANTIQUE" PERSIAN TSAR CYRUS THE SENIOR IS ONE MORE REFLECTION OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST FROM THE XII CENTURY A.D.
1. The infancy of Persian Cyrus the Senior, the infancy of Christ and the infancy of Romulus.
1.1. Two Cyruses in the Persian history.
1.2. An evidence of Herodotus about the birth of Cyrus.
1.3. Persian Mandana and Madonna, Virgin Mary as a Source-Urania. Infant Cyrus and infant Christ.
1.4. Virgin Mary was called by Herodotus - a Source, Urania.
1.5. In the apocryphal Gospel of Afroditianus at the Impregnation of Christ Persian tsar Cyrus "took place".
1.6. A Grapevine from the wobm of the Virgin.
1.6. "Antique" Astyages – it is a reflection of the Russian prince Gostomysl. Therefore, Gostomysl – it is evangelic Joachim, a father of Holy Mry, and Ryurik – it is the Trojan tsar Aeneas, who was sometimes mixed with Andronicus-Christ.
1.7. Calling of the Persian Magicians and arrival of the evangelic Wise Men.
1.8. A fright of Astyages and a freight of evangelic Herod.
1.9. The further tale of Herodotus about the destiny of Infant Cuyrus.
1.10. Infant Cuyrus and an infant-son of a shepherd-herdsman, - these are two brothers, Romulus and Rem. A Roman wolf bred Romulus and Rem.
1.11. A tsar infant and a son of a shepherd in the version of Herodotus correspond to two tsar infants in the version of Titus Livius.
1.12. Sequence: the story of Infant Cyrus is a duplicate of the story of Infant Christ.
1.13. Small Cyrus punishes a boy. Small Christ punishes a boy.
1.14. Evangelic beating of infants by tsar Herod "due to Christ" and murder of a boy, a son of Harpagos by tsar Astyages, and also a murder by Astiages of the Magicians-diviners "due to Cyrus".
1.15. Angry Astyages "lets" young Cyrus go, although initially he wanted to kill him. Evangelic runaway of the Holy Family to Egypt from angry Herod.
1.16. The Caesarian operation. Jesus, cutting his hip. A secret message. Cyrus, cutting a belly of a hare.
2. Cyrus-Christ in "Cyruspedia" of Xenophon.
3. The Crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ was reflected in the life story of Cyrus the Senior like already existing but at the very last moment broken life of the Lydian tsar Croesus.
3.1. An evidence of Herodotus. Tsar Croesus on the bonfire.
3.2. Bonfire-Calvary or Bonfire-Cross. The Punishment and Resurrection of Christ-Croesus.
3.3. A prophesy of Croesus about a mule, who has turned out to be Cyrus.
3.4. In the life story of Croesus a hit with a spear, with which Christ was punished at the crucifixion, was indirectly reflected.
3.5. The Cup of Croesus, the Cup of Christ, the Cup of Grail.
4. A captivity of Croesus and an arrest of Christ. Mard Gireades and Judas Iscariot.
5. A wonderful curing of a deadmute by Jesus and a wonderful curing of a deadmute son of Croesus.
6. The first book Clio of "History" of Herodotus several times tells about Christ and revenge for his crucifixion, that is about the Crusades of the Horde = the Trojan war of the XIII century.
7. The life story of tsar Cyrus by Herodotus is multilayer and contains the events of the Crusades. The tsarina of Massagetae Tomyris – it is Russian princess Olga, and Cyrus – it is, in particular, the prince of Drevlyans Mal or Russian prince Svyatoslav.
7.1. A tale of Herodotus about tsarina Tomyris, about the death of her son, about the revenge of Tomyris and the death of Cyrus.
7.2. A revenge of princess Olga for her husband and a revenge of tsarina Tomyris for her son.
7.3. The death of Cyrus (the Senior) and the death of Svyatoslav, a son of Olga.

Chapter 4.
THE PELOPONNESIAN = TROJAN WAR FLASHED IN THE XIII CENTURY A.D AS A REVENGE FOR THE PUNISHMENT OF CHRIST. JUDAS AND ALKMEONIDES. THE FAMOUS THEMISTOCLES – A REFLECTION OF JUDAS ISCARIOT.
1. Thucydides and his "History of the Peloponnesian war".
2. In the "Introduction" Thucydides shortly tells about the Trojan war, following Homer.
3. Then Thucydides again, not understanding this, repeats a tale about the beginning of the Trojan war, this time naming it a war because of Kerkyra.
3.1. Conclusion of a union between Athens and Kerkyra. Kerkyra goes under the patronage of Athens.
3.2. The war with Athens because of Kerkyra – this is, probably, the war with Troy = Tsar-Grad = Ilion because of Helen of Troy.
4. The first request of the Peloponnesians before the beginning of the war – a revenge for the murder of Cylon. Probably the issue was about a revenge for the crucifixion of Andronicus-Christ.
5. The murder of "antique" Cylon – it is the crucifixion of Christ.
5.1. A tale of Thucydides about the death of Cylon.
5.2. "Antique" Cylon – this is Christ.
5.3. An evidence of Plutarch about Cylon.
5.4. A torn into halves thread and a curtain in the church, torn on two halves at the moment of the death of Christ.
5.5. A story of chronicler Pausanias about the death of Cylon.
5.6. A story of Herodotus about Cylon.
6. The Spartan tsar Pausanias – it is one more reflection of Andronicus-Christ, placed by Thucydides right near the story of Cylon-Christ. Tsar Pausanias was connected with Russia.
6.1. A tale of Thucydides about tsar Pausanias and his murder.
6.2. The Spartan tsar Pausanias doesn't accept the customs of Sparta and introduces new "barbarian" Persian rules. Byzantium and Byzantiy.
6.3. Tsar Pausanias was accused in his desire to capture the power in Hellas by means of the Persians. The Judaic powers accuse Christ in his desire to become a Judaic Tsar and in bringing distemper in the state.
6.4. An arrest of tsar Pausanias and an arrest of Andronicus-Christ. "The tripod" of tsar Pausanias and the cross of Christ.
6.5. A repeated tale of Thucydides about an arrest of Pausanias-Christ. Evangelic Judas-betrayer and informer- denunciator, who betrayed Spartan tsar Pausanias.
6.6. Burying and Resurrection of Christ on the pages of Thucydides. Tsar Pausanias was mured, and then a cover was put away from the tomb? – and unexpectedly the tsar was found alive.
6.7. Again about the commitment of "tyrant" Pausanias to the Persians, that is to p-Russes or White Russes.
7. Famous Athenian Themistocles is a fractional reflection of evangelic Judas-betrayer.
7.1. Thucydides directly connects the expulsion of Themistocles with the punishment of tsar Pausanias.
7.2. Themistocles and Judas.
7.3. A more detailed story of Plutarch about Themistocles-Judas. Themistocles is described as a talented, but crafty and guileful person.
7.4. Money, money, money...
7.5. Themistocles allegedly falsely betrayed the Hellenes, but already in reality betrayed his friend Timocreon and was implicated in "the betrayal of tsar Pausanias".

Chapter 5.
NEW DATA ABOUT CHRIST (NIKIAS), JUDAS ISCARIOT (ALKIVIADES) AND JOHN THE BAPTIST (CLEON). IT APPEARS THAT THIS DATA COMPOSE A BASE OF THE HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN = TROJAN WAR OF THE XIII CENTURY A.D.
1. The Archídamos war of the Peloponnesian union with Athens – this is the Trojan war of Greeks with Troy.
2. Many messages of the "ancient"-Greek authors about Nikias correspond to the descriptions of Andronicus-Christ. Socrates and Nikias as two mutually completing "halves" of the image of Christ.
3. Nikias-Socrates and Adonis-Dionysus, who is Christ.
4. Nikias-Christ and god Apollo. The copper palm of Nikias and the Calvary Tree of Christ. Why the Tree of Christ was broken?
5. The peace of Nikias – it is "the Golden century" of Christ.
6. Alkiviades was accused in plot and in violation of sacred places. Here he is Christ or Judas Iscariot. And Judaic archpriests accused Christ-Nikias in desire to destroy the House of God. Probably some chroniclers mixed Jesus and Judas.
6.1. A tale of Thucydides.
6.2. Christ was accused in attempt of destruction of the House. Thucydides tells about the destruction of herms at the time of Nikias. Evangelic false lookers and denunciators of Thucydides.
6.3. Accusations in plot, attempt of overthrow of the existing system, screams of the indignant crowd. The Denunciation of Judas and payment for the betrayal.
6.4. Alkiviades and Judas Iscariot. A mess between Christ and Judas.
6.5. Accusations, addressed to Alkiviades – these are accusations, addressed to Christ.
7. A foggy tale of Plutarch about the destruction of germ-church, about the death of Judas, punishment of Christ, about the celebration of the death-resurrection of Adonis-Christ not far before the punishment of Nikias-Christ.
7.1. An evidence of Plutarch.
7.2. Destruction of herms. But the herm of Andocides remained safe. "Antique" Andocides = Christ?
7.3. Twelve apostles, one of whom – Judas Iscariot - made away with himself.
7.4. A golden statue of a goodness or god on the cooper palm.
7.5. Crows, pecking the golden statue on the cooper palm – it is a hit with spear to the flank of Christ.
7.6. Falling down golden palm fruits, bitten by pecking crows and the drops of blood of Christ, falling from the cross.
7.7. Father Meton, who had pretended mad, piteously implores to spare his son and burns his own house. The appeals of Christ to God-Father.
7.8. Funeral rites of God Adonis, who is Christ.
8. Plutarch once again repeats the story of "destruction of herms-church", allegedly done by Alkiviades. Here we once again see that some chroniclers mixed Christ and Judas.
8.1. A tale of Plutarch.
8.2. A polluting of herms-church happened at the days of the burying holiday of Adonis-Christ.
8.3. A denunciation on Alkiviades (here - Christ). He was accused in slander, polluting of mysteries and an attempt of state take-over.
8.4. A trial of Christa and a trial of Alkiviades.
8.5. Androcles – the angriest enemy of Alkiviades. Te hate of Judas Iscariot was directed at Andronicus-Christ.
8.6. And again "antique" Andocides overlaps Andronicus-Christ.
9. Nikias and Christ. Plutarch once again returns to the punishment of Christ, this time describing it as the death of Nikias.
9.1. A moon eclipse before the death of Nikias and a sun eclipse of 1185, connected with the punishment of Christ.
9.2. A rebellion against Andronicus-Christ and a defeat of the troops of strategist Nikias.
9.3. A guileful deception of "antique" Hermokrates – this is the betrayal of apostle Judas. The arrest of Nikias and the arrest of Christ.
9.4. Passions of Christ-Nikias. His suffering for the redemption of all people.
10. The trial of Pilate and his good attention to Christ in the version of Plutarch and Thucydides. The punishment of Nikias-Christ.
10.1. A tale of Plutarch about the death of Nikias.
10.2. A tale of Thucydides about the death of Nikias.
10.3. Spartan Gyllipos heads the Syracusans, the enemies of Nikias, but himself is well-intentioned and wants to save him. But the Syracusan furiously require a punishment of Nikias and got there.
10.4. "An armamen, taken from the Athenians", was hanged on the trees. Christa and two robbers were crucified on the trees-pillars.
10.5. Dying in battle Athenians were thirsty and gave up drinking bad water. Thirsty Christ on the cross was given vinegar to drink.
10.6. The death of Nikias happens during a public gathering, at the eyes of a crowd. The punishment of Andronicus-Christ was public.
10.7. The day of captivity of Nikias was announced a holiday, day off from work, that is Sunday. Resurrection of Christ.
10.8. The destiny of Pilates and the destiny of Gyllipos. Expulsion. Thirty talents of Gyllipos and thirty pieces of silver of Judas.
10.9. The evangelic garden of Gethsemane = enclosed place and the Thucydidean enclosed area, planted with Olives.
11. Apostle Thomas-faithless and other apostles, who didn't believe in the news about the Resurrection of Christ. "A barber" of Plutarch, to whom the Athenians didn't believe, when he had informed about the punishment of Nikias.
11.1. A tale of Plutarch.
11.2. A tale from Gospels.
11.3. Not believing apostles and not believing Athenians.
11.4. The news about Resurrection of Christ came to Jerusalem from afar. The news about the death of Nikias came to Athens from the distant port Piraeus.
11.5. Apostle Thomas and "antique" barber.
11.6. Apostle Thomas suffered for faith. The barber of Plutarch was put to the question for a long while.
12. Persecutions of the first Christians and persecutions of Athenians, the companions of Nikias-Christ right after his death.
13. Athenian Alkiviades – it is Judas Iscariot. Alkiviades was from the family of Alkmeonides and was a pupil of Socrates-Christ.
13.1. Plutarch about the youth of Alkiviades.
13.2. New points of the correspondence of "antique" Alkiviades and evangelic Judas Iscariot.
14. The greed of Alkiviades and the greed of Judas Iscariot = Themistocles.
15. Herodotus about the greed of Alkmeon, the founder of the family of Alkmeonides, which is the family of Judas-Alkiviades.
16. Alkmeon-Judas – a deceiver and a killer of his close person, mother, finally falls because of his deceit.
17. A treason of "antique" Alkmeonides by means of raised in the air signal shield – this is a rabbinic plot about betrayer Judas, who rose in the air under Christ and splashed him with his semen.
18. Alkiviades was considered to be a friend of Socrates, but then he became an enemy of Nikias. Judas Iscariot was considered to be a friend of Christ, but then became an enemy of Christ.
19. Ostracism and Iscariot. Alkiviades = Judas was driven out by means of ostracism.
20. In description of the death of Alkiviades two evangelic topics entwined: the death of Judas Iscariot and the punishment of Christ.
21. "Antique" Cleon, a coeval of Nikias-Christ and Alkiviades-Judas, - it is a reflection of John the Baptist.
21.1. What is known about "antique" Cleon?
21.2. Cleon and John the Baptist. Animal fells and a smell of skin.
22. Cleon = John the Baptist – a furious speaker, who got great influence
23. The death of Cleon and the death of John the Baptist.
24. Many people hated, were afraid of and condemned "antique" Cleon = John the Baptist.
25. Why Cleon shagged Nikias and many other people?
26. The baptismal water was called a wonderful ambrosia by Aristophanes and at the same time – alliaceous slops.
27. John the Baptist pelted with accusations in fornication of tsar Herod, and "antique" Cleon accused in fornication somebody Gritt.
28. The trial of Cleon and condemnation of John the Baptist.

Chapter 6.
ANDRONICUS-CHRIST AND JUDAS ISCARIOT ARE ONCE AGAIN DESCRIBED IN "HISTORY" OF HERODOTUS, BUT NOW – LIKE TYRANT POLYKRATES AND HIS PENMAN, GREEDY MAEANDRIUS. THE REVENGE OF DARIUS-HORDE FOR THE DEATH OF POLYKRATES.
1. Shortly about tyrant Polykrates.
2. Polykrates – a powerful successful tsar. Andronicus-Christ – the great Imperator.
3. The famous ring of Polykrates, thrown in the sea and returned back by a fish – this is a evangelic tale about apostle Simon Peter, who jump at the sea and fished out a lot of fish.
4. Tsar Polykrates, tsarina Cleopatra and imperator Andronicus-Christ.
5. Angry satrap Oretus wants to kill Polykrates. Angry tsar Herod wants to kill Christ.
5.1. An evidence of Herodotus.
5.2. The Wise Men told tsar Herod about the birth of a new Judaic Tsar - Christ. Herod was afraid and decided to kill him.
5.3. Satrap Oretus – it is evangelic tsar Herod, Polykrates – it is Christ, and Persian Mitrobat – it is Evangelic Wise Man or Wise Men.
6. Herodotus "clued" two evangelic tsars Herods, who persecuted Christ in the infancy and before the punishment.
6.1. A tale of Herodotus.
6.2. A silence of Polykrates in answer to the question of Oretus and a silence of Christ in answer to the questions of Herod and Pilate.
7. The enemies want to stop Polykrates-Christ, being afraid of his growing influence. A betrayal of Oretus-Judas. Meandrius, a penman of Polykrates, is also a reflection of Judas.
8. The ascension of Christ and Virgin Mary in the life story of Polykrates by Herodotus.
9. The warning of Polykrates about the lieing in wait for him danger. Jesus knows about his future sufferings.
10. The crucifixion of Polykrates-Christ.
11. "Antique" Meandrius – it is Judas Iscariot.
12. Meandrius-Judas: runaway, unjust riches, artifice, bribery, expulsion and death.
13. Telling about the revenge of tsar Darius for the death of Polykrates, Herodotus actually tells us about the Crusades of the XIII century, when Russia-Horde took revenge for the crucifixion of Andronicus-Christ.
13.1. The punishment of Oretus-Herod = Judas.
13.2. A campaign-revenge of the Persians against the city of Samos for expulsion of Meandrius = Judas and punishment of the guilty. The destruction of Samos and the runaway of Meandrius.
14. Here Herodotus places one more story about the capture by the Crusaders, Cossacks-Hordians of Tsar-Grad in 1204, this time having called it Babylon.
14.1. A story of Herodotus about a wonderful horse, Persian Zopirus and the fall of Babylon.
14.2. A sign about a male-horse and the famous legend about the Trojan horse.
14.3. A miracle of the horse.
14.4. Persian Zopirus – it is "the Trojan horse".
14.5. The besieged were worse deceived by Sinon-Zopirus. The result: the besieged fortress fall down.
14.6. Persian Zopirus – it is one more fractional reflection of Jesus Christ.

Chapter 7.
MISCELLANEOUS.
1. A sign on the ancient stone states that "antique" Roman imperator Odoacer was a Russian tsar.
2. Swastika and the Star of David as different ancient forms of the Christian cross.
3. In the fifteenth century the organization of "antique" Olympic Games was considered to be an event of the Middle Ages.

Appendix 1.
OTHER, LESS CLEAR REFLECTIONS OF CHRIST AND JUDAS ISCARIOT IN THE "ANTIQUE" AND MEDIEVAL HISTORY.
1. The god of Getae and Thraci - Zalmoxis – it is one more reflection of Christ.
1.1. An evidence of Herodotus.
1.2. Zalmoxis and Christ.
2. Christ in the history of "antique" Sparta. A reflection of Andronicus-Christ in the life story of tsar Lysandros.
2.1. A visage and origin of Lysandros.
2.2. The star of Bethlehem in the "biography" of tsar Lysandros.
2.3. Tsar Lysandros was the first among Greeks, to whom they started to worship like to a God and to sing paeans.
2.4. The poverty of Lysandros and specified modest way of life of Christ.
2.5. Accusations of tsar Lysandros in an attempt of state take-over, in changing public organization of the whole Greece. Twelve apostles of Christ and ten governors, appointed by Lysandros from his secret society.
2.6. A plot of the archpriests against Christ and a plot of Lysandros against the citizens. Silen – a son of the God Apollo-Sun and Christ-Sun, a Son of God.
2.7. Judas Iscariot in the story of the Spartan tsar Lysandros.
2.8. The death of Lysandros and the punishment of Christ.
2.9. A black bile of Lysandros and a bite with bile, floutingly given to Christ as a drink.
2.10. A security, put by enemies-Judaists near the hearse of Christ, and an impossibility to take the body of tsar Lysandros due to the closeness of enemies.
2.11. A resurrection of Christ and "antique" discussions that the body of tsar Lysandros shouldn't be taken from the tomb.
3. A foggy reflection of Christ as strategist Phrynichos, against whom Alkiviades = Judas Iscariot actively argued.

Appendix 2.
COMBAT. HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, REGULARITIES. (file doc)
I.I.Kurinnoy (Moscow).
Foreword of ..Fomenko and G.V.Nosovskiy.
Part 1. THE HISTORY OF COMBAT.
Introduction.
Combat today.
Two pronounced classes of combats.
A look to the roots.
A belt as an attribute of a warrior.
Geography. Combat ecumene.
Analysis of the geography of battles.
Where to look for the roots.
Sumo.
Conclusion.

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