EPOCH OF THE XII CENTURY.
4. THE BIBLICAL STORY OF THE MAGI REFLECTS THE ADORATION OF RUS'-HORDE TO ANDRONICUS-CHRIST IN THE XII CENTURY. THE INTRODUCTION OF CHRISTIANITY TO RUSSIA.
In the epoch of Christ, in the second half of the XII century, Rus’ adopted Christianity wholly and instantly, and did not wait for a thousand year as the Scaligerian-Romanovian history assures us. Russian Czar Vladimir = Vladeyushyi Mirom (meaning ‘One Who Rules the World’ – translator’s note), Csaritsa (Queen) Malka and Cossak Military Commander Ataman (military rank in Cossack regiments – tr. note) all came to worship Christ. They are represented in the Gospel as The Magi or The Three Kings, under the names of Balthazar, Melchior and Caspar [6v1], ch.3. Afterwards a magnificent Cologne Cathedral was erected in their honor, where the famous sarcophagus of the Three Kings was placed. The shrine could be symbolic, and the Kings themselves buried in the central Imperial Burial Ground of African Egypt.
Medieval images survive which depict the Adoration of the Biblical Magi to the infant Christ set against a background of banners displaying A CRESCENT AND A STAR [6v1], ch.3. This is a visual reminder that the Gospel events took place specifically in Czar-Grad (Yoros) = Biblical Jerusalem. It was still a recent memory for some of the artists of the XII-XVII cc. and when depicting the Gospel events they painted a crescent with a star, which was a widely recognised symbol of Czar-Grad.
Thus Cologne Cathedral was built not in honor of some obscure shepherds, but was dedicated to the powerful Czars Magi = ‘Mongols’, who were the first to greet Christ and accept him and spread Christianity in their country. It was Scythia-Horde-Rus’ (modern day Russia – tr. note), which to our days is the largest country in the world, where Orthodox Christianity was established and remains until now. The important role attributed to the relics of the Magi-Czars in the medieval times now becomes clearer. They were not just common normal Czars, but rulers, who established Christianity as the STATE RELIGION OF THE GREATEST AND MOST POWERFUL EMPIRE OF THE MIDDLE AGES, i.e. ‘The Mongolian’ Empire. Incidentally, this has also included Germany, where Cologne Cathedral is situated. Having colonized Western Europe, The Russian Horde Empire – represented by the Emperor Barbarossa (Barbarian Ross) - could easily have created there a centre of worship for their Saintly Czars-Three Wise Men-Magi. Later, after the fall of the Empire, it was partly forgotten or intentionally obfuscated. The same purpose was served by the tendentious ‘restorations’ of the Shrine of Three Magi in the XVII-XVIII cc. [6v1], ch.3.
We have discovered a remarkable fact, which proves our identification of the ‘Magus Melchior’ with the Russian-Horde Queen Malka, mother to the prince Vladimir. In late Christian literature, art and sculptures, the three Magi are portrayed as MEN (MALE). However, in the Shrine the two Magi are portrayed as men with beards, but the third figure standing between them is CLEARLY FEMALE. See fig.10.
Notably in many old depictions the Queen Melchior is presented as a white European woman, fig, 11. In [6v1] we provide many similar examples. In some European cathedrals this tradition survived even up until the XIX century. But then, following changes in church policy and in compliance with the new views on history, the artists started distorting the female features and turning the Slavic Queen into a Black Queen and then into a Black King.
Furthermore, it is curious, that some images of the Magi in Cologne Cathedral are of a strongly pronounced Slavic type, fig.11. Now it becomes clear. Here are portrayed the King and the Queen from Rus’-Horde (Russia-Horde). Later on, following the changes in the situation in Europe in the XVII-XVIII cc., Western Europeans became hyper-sensitive to the Slavic origins of the Magi = ‘Mongols’. In later depictions the Magi’s Slavic facial type was beginning to be altered. The female Queen was being turned into a man. She was given moustache, for example in the Altar painting by Stefan Lochner allegedly of the XV century in Cologne Cathedral [6v1], ch.3.
Why did a fair-haired Slavic woman later turn into a Negro woman, i.e. BLACK woman? And then into a BLACK man. It is possible, that the Western Europeans mixed up two Russian words: CHERNYI (meaning BLACK) and CHERMNYI (meaning RED). In the Russian language there are well-known expressions: ‘krasna devitsa’ meaning a beautiful, fine girl; ‘Red square’ meaning a beautiful square. The chances are that the great queen was called ‘beautiful’.
The Russian expression ‘red, beautiful queen’ could have been, quite possibly, misinterpreted by the foreigners, who by then couldn’t remember Russian very well, and from CHERMNAYA TSARITSA (meaning BEAUTIFUL QUEEN)turned into CHERNAYA TSARITSA (meaning BLACK QUEEN). A black queen is of course, a negro – a notion assumed by medieval artists and confidently executed with their brushes… The transformation into a male remains on the conscience of recent commentators.
To conclude, the relics of the Three Magi–‘Mongols’ were originally kept in a magnificent golden sarcophagus in Cologne Cathedral: 1) the great Russian prince VLADIMIR (Balthazar), who introduced Russia to Christianity, 2) his mother the princess MALKA (Melchior), 3) his commander-khan, the Cossack ataman CASPAR = COSSAK. In the Old Testament he was called Assyrian Rabsak, i.e. the Russian Caspar, if read backwards.
They were among the first who visited and accepted Jesus Christ in the XII century and that is why they were respectably described as the Magi in the Gospels and partially in the Old Testament. They introduced Christianity to Rus’-Scythia. Afterwards they were sanctified. The famous Cologne Cathedral was erected purposefully as the shrine of these Magi - ‘Mongols’. The foundation of Goth = ‘gothic’ Cologne House (as Cologne-Colony itself) was laid down during the ‘Mongolian’ conquest of Western Europe, aka the ‘ancient Roman conquest of Europe. The Magi’s relics were brought to Cologne-Colony on the order of the Czar BARBARIAN-RUSSIAN OR BEARDED RUSSIAN, i.e. Barbarossa.
Then having ‘consigned’ Christ’s life a thousand years into the past from the XII to the I century, Scaligerian history did its best to erase from the memory of the future generations the important fact, that The Kings-Magi in reality were the great=’Mongolian’ czars of Rus’-Scythia, who have baptized Russia.
Christ’s execution in 1185 in Czar-Grad triggered a violent reaction in both the capital itself and in the regions-femas of the Romaic Empire. Especially – in Russia, the motherland of Mary Mother of God. At the end of the XII century it was Rus’ who was at the lead the Crusades, which march to Czar-Grad in order to avenge Christ’s execution and punish the perpetrators. A bitter war breaks out which was later multiplied in the Scalgerian version of history under a variety of names. In particular it is known to us as the famous ‘ancient’ Trojan war allegedly of the XIII century BC, and also as the Crusade of the XII-XIII cc. AD.
It appears, that ‘IN THE END OF THE XI CENTURY THE CRUSADERS WERE CONVINCED THAT THEY WERE AVENGING NOT THE DESCENDANTS OF THE SAVIOR’S EXECUTIONERS, BUT THESE EXECUTIONERS THEMSELVES’ ,
P.117-118. This fact is of great significance. In reality the events took place a century later: at the end of the XII – beginning of the XIII century. The start of the so called First Crusade, i.e. Crusade ‘to rescue the Holy Sepulchre’, today is erroneously dated to year 1096 , instead of approximately year 1196. On the other hand, the medieval church sources, for example, ‘Skazaniye o strasti Spasove’ (‘Passions of our Lord’) and ‘Pilate’s Letter to Tiberius’, assert that immediately after Jesus’ Resurrection, Pilate was summoned to Rome where he was executed. Caesar’s army went on a Crusade to Jerusalem and seized it. It is considered today to be vapid medieval conjecture, as according to the Scaligerian chronology, there was no Roman Crusade to Jerusalem in the third decade of the I century. However, now the sources’ testimony literally makes sense. They were referring to the Crusades of the late XII – early XIII cc. specifically the so called Forth Crusade in 1204, during which Czar-Grad (Yoros) was conquered.
Afterwards the later chronologists, mislead by the centennial chronological shift, moved the Crusade to the end of the XI century. One of the many repercussions of this was the appearance of a phantom Crusade of supposedly year 1096, when Jerusalem was conquered , [2v], [ÖÐÑ], [ÍÎÐ].