А.Т.Fomenko, G.V.Nosovskiy
LOST GOSPELS.
New data about Andronicus-Christ.

Famous Pythagor, god Apollo, wonderworker Apollonius, Enochs Esau, Jacob and also Job and Isaiah are reflections of Christ.
Потерянные Евангелия Publishing house: AST, Astrel, 2008

CONTENTS

ABSTRACT
All the results, stated in the present book, are new and are published for the first time. It is shown that the famous "antique" god and wonderworker Apollo-Apollonius was a reflection of the Byzantine imperator Andronicus-Christ from the XII century. The life of Apollonius was described in the famous "antique" work of Flavius Philostratus. So, the book of Philostratus could be conventionally called "the Gospel from Philostratus". In the XVI-XVII centuries it was forgotten and nearly lost, moved to absolutely different category of literature. Now it returns to life in its authentic quality. Next the books of three "antique" authors - Iamblichus of Chalcis, Diogenes Laertius and Porphyrius are analyzed. They describe the life of the famous philosopher and mathematician Pythagor, who was also identified with Apollo. "Antique" Pythagor turns out to be a one more phantom reflection of Andronicus-Christ. The same is related to Old Testament Esau, Jacob and Isaiah. It was also found out that Old Testament Joseph was partly a reflection of the famous Russian saint Joseph Volotskiy.

FOREWORD

Chapter 1.
FAMOUS "ANTIQUE" APOLLO-APOLLONIUS IS A REFLECTION OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST. THE FIRST LOST GOSPEL – IT IS "THE LIFE OF APOLLONIUS OF TIANA" OF FLAVIUS PHILOSTRATUS.
1. Who was Apollonius of Tiana?
2. Scaligerian version of the life story of Apollonius of Tiana.
3. The Samian Sage and Apollonius of Tiana.
4. It appeared that Flavius Philostratus had rested on the Gospel of Matthew.
5. Birth of Apollonius – this is Christmas. The Caesarian operation and a flash of the star of Bethlehem.
6. A note: the name "Apollo" was earlier very popular in Russia.
7. Youth of Apollonius-Apollo and his success in study.
8. Young Christ punishes a boy, who abused him, and young Apollonius punishes a libertine, who abused him.
9. Beginning of ministration of Apollonius. His simple image and long hair.
10. Furious John the Baptist, a second cousin of Christ, and an unruly brother of Apollonius of Tiana.
11. Richness of Apollonius, given out by him to people.
12. Virginity of Apollonius and virginity of Christ.
13. Apollonius for a long time lived with the Scythians.
14. A vow of silence of Apollonius and a temptation of Christ in the desert.
15. Crucifixion of Christ in Jordan and ablution of Apollo in the river Ladon.
16. Anger of John the Baptist and anger of Apollonius.
17. Outreaches of Christ- Apollonius and his wanderings.
18. Mathew-Damid, a faithful companion and chronicler of Christ-Apollonius, was an Assyrian, which is Russian.
19. Evangelic publican Mathew and mentioning of a publican, talking with Damid and Apollonius.
20. Evangelic Magi and tsar Herod.
21. A bloody offering of the Babylon tsar and beating of infants by tsar Herod.
22. Gifts of Magi to infant Jesus and gifts of the Babylon tsar Apollonius. Worship of Magi and worship of magicians.
23. Tsar Herod, tsarina Herodias and their adultery. At night John the Baptist is put to death.
24. A miracle of walking by the water.
25. Runaway of Jesus Christ to Egypt.
26. One more tale about the worship of Magi and about the gifts to Apollonius-Christ.
27. Exorcism by means of pigs.
28. Travel of Apollonius through India.
29. Gunpowder and guns-unicorns on the pages of Philostratus.
30. Return of Apollonius after long wanderings. His big popularity among people.
31. Apollonius in the church condemns vanity and bad customs.
32. Some sacrificers were annoyed with the actions of Apollonius-Christ.
33. A healing of possessed by the devil man by Apollonius and a healing of possessed by the devil man by Christ.
34. A repeated tale of Philostratus about healing of possessed by the devil man.
35. Philostratus for the third time tells the same story about expulsion of cacodemon by Apollonius-Christ.
36. The work of Philostratus was edited not earlier the second half of the XVI century.
37. Philosopher Demetrius, adoring Apollonius, – this is God's mother, Virgin Mary.
38. The first reflection in the work of Philostratus of the court of Pilate, Passions of Christ and his Resurrection.
38.1. Dark omens and the entry of Christ to Jerusalem.
38.2. The Lords Supper and treason of Judas Iscariot.
38.3. An arrest of Apollonius-Crist and his questioning by Telesin-Pilate.
38.4. Pilate washes hands off. And Philostratus here tells about "washing in baths" and about Roman governor, who "washed".
38.5. A soon repeated arrest of Apollonius-Christ by the Roman civil servant Tigellinus-Pilate.
38.6. The court of Tigellinus on Apollonius – this is the court of Pilate on Christ.
38.7. A sun eclipse, connected with the "Passions of Apollonius ". A lightning, which nearly killed the imperator. A resurrection of Christ.
38.8. One more description of the Resurrection of Christ.
38.9. Appearance of Apollonius to his pupils after the Resurrection.
39. The second half of the work of Philostratus starts. Predictions of Apollonius-Christ.
40. Apollonius-Christ comes to the famous Colossus of Rhodes that is the Russian-Hordian Veche bell.
41. Apollonius spent much studying sciences.
42. Philostratus again returns to the youth of Apollonius -Christ. Angry tsar Herod and his wedding with Herodias. An outcry of the prophet.
43. Domitian-Herod is afraid for his throne and wants to kill Apollonius-Christ.
44. Evangelic beating of infants by tsar Herod and false accusations of Domitian in address of Apollonius, like he "has cut a boy".
45. An unsuccessful attempt of Domitian-Herod to kill Apollonius-Christ. A wonderworker saves with runaway. Demetrius and Mary.
46. Next Philostratus "clues" the beginning of Gospels with their end. A persecution of an infant Jesus by Herod I smoothly turns to the persecution of adult Christ at the time of Herod II, which finished with crucifixion.
47. Apollonius-Christ refuses an idea of runaway and is going to come to the court of the Roman governor.
48. Traces of the Lords Supper.
49. Appearance of Euphrates – first allegedly a friend, but actually a secret envier and enemy of Apollonius. This is a reflection of Judas Iscariot.
50. Euphrates-Judas is greedy, asks for money from the governor and ruins with accusations and slander on Apollonius-Christ.
51. Procurator Pontius Pilate is described as Roman Aelianus. He, long ago lowing Apollonius-Christ, arrests him, but still wants to save.
52. Philostratus for the second time describes a call of Apollonius-Christ to the court.
53. And again long hair of Apollonius-Christ is discussed.
54. Apollonius-Christ consciously hurts in the name of people and predicts his Resurrection after the death.
55. A court of Domitian-Pilate at Apollonius-Christ starts.
56. A court of Pilates. Pilate washes his hands.
57. The Roman governor sympathizes Apollonius-Jesus and frees him from a charge.
58. During the court under Apollonius-Christ the memories about Herod I appear.
59. In the culmination of the court Apollonius-Christ "suddenly disappears". A resurrection of Christ.
60. Different versions of the punishment of Apollonius-Christ.
61. A sun eclipse, connected with the punishment and Resurrection of Apollonius.
62. One more evidence of Philostratus about the Passions and punishment of Andronicus-Christ, fancily intertwisting with a tale about the death of Stephan Agiochristophorite.
63. And again Philostratus returns to the Resurection of Apollonius.
64. Appearance of Christ to his pupils and the proofing of Apostle Tholos.
65. Philostratus provides one more evidence of the punishment and resurrection of Christ.
66. And once again about the appearance of Jesus to his pupils and about the proofing of Apostle Tholos.
67. Descent into Hell.
68. The untold speech of Apollonius-Christ at the court.
69. A poked out eye of Apollonius-Christ.
70. What historians tell today about Apollonius of Tiana and about the book of Flavius Philostratus?
71. New, earlier unknown data about Andronicus-Christ, which remained in the "Gospel of Philostratus".
72. God Apollo-Apollonius and Christ. The birth of Apollo and the Caesarian operation.
73. An angry snake persecutes Latona and her children – Apollo and Diana. A death of snake Python from the hand of Apollo.
74. A bow of Apollo and a bow of Andronicus-Christ.
75. People, who offended Latona and young Apollo, were punished. This is a reflection of one of the "kid's plots" in the history of Christ.
76. Long hair of Christ and long hair of Apollo.
77. Punishment of silenus Marsyas and crusifixion of Christ. "Antique classics" mixed here Marsyas = Judas Iscariot with Apollo = Christ.
77.1. Competition of Apollo with Marsyas.
77.2. Competition of Christ with Judas.
77.3. Now we can restore an authentic core of the legend about competition of Apollo and Marsyas.
78. Some ancient pictures of Apollo-Christ.

Chapter 2.
FAMOUS "ANTIQUE" PYTHAGOR IS A REFLECTION OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST. THREE MORE LOST GOSPELS – THESE ARE THE BOOKS OF IAMBLICHUS OF CHALCIS, DIOGENES LAERTIUS AND PORPHYRIUS.
1. The noted earlier parallels between Apollonius and Pythagor.
2. What the Scaligerian history tells about Pythagor?
3."Life of "Pythagor" of Iamblichus of Chalcis.
4. The book "Pythagor" of Diogenes Laertius.
5. The book "Life of Pythagor" of Porphyrius.
6. Pythagor was a son of god Apollo, and his mother was called Artenida.
7. According to one of the "antique" versions, Pythagor-Christ was an Etruscan that is Russian.
8. It appears that "ancient people" identified Pythagor with the god Apollo. Long hair of Pythagor-Christ.
9. A wonderful "arrow" of Apollo-Pythagor and the Antioch spear. And also a flagstaff in the hands of Christ at his ascension to heaven.
10. A golden thigh of Pythagor-Christ and the Caesarian operation.
11. Pythagor lived at the time of "tyrant Polykrates". So, "Christ lived at the time of Christ". Here everything is correct.
12. Saving from the tyrant, Pythagor with two companions runs to Egypt.
13. Fasting of Christ and fasting of Pythagor.
14. A long stay of Pythagor-Christ in Egypt.
15. Big popularity of Pythagor among people after his return from wandering.
16. A simple way of life of Pythagor.
17. At the same time Pythagor is described as a tsar.
18. A conversation of Pythagor with fishermen and "liberation of fish".
19. Pythagor made wonders, studied sciences, did many openings.
20. Pythagor-Christ and Zamolxis-Christ.
21. The descent into hell of Pythagor and the descent into hell of Christ.
22. Angry Filarid-Herod persecuted Pythagor-Christ and was angry at Abaridos, a friend of Pythagor.
23. The death of Pythagor, according to Yamvlikhos, as a result of plot.
24. The death of Pythagor, according to Diogenes Laertius and Porphyrius, this is a reflection of the punishment of Andronicus-Christ.
24.1. An evidence of Diogenes.
24.2. An evidence of Porphyrius.
25. Uprising from the hearse and Resurrection of Christ- Pythagor.
26. A transmigration of the soul of Pythagor from one body to another – this is the Resurrection of Christ.
27. Persecutions of п Pythagoreans after the death of Pythagor.

Chapter 3.
BIBLICAL ESAU AND JACOB ARE BOUND REFLECTIONS OF ANDRONICUS-CHRIST, JOHN THE BAPTIST AND JUDAS ISCARIOT. THE FIFTH LOST GOSPEL – IT IS A TALE ABOUT ESAU AND JACOB IN THE OLD TESTAMENT.
1. What the Scaligerian version say about Esau and Jacob?
2. The canonical Bible for some reason keeps silence about the murder of Esau by his brother Jacob, although other sources tell about this in details.
3. The birth of Old Testament Esau and Jacob – it is the birth of Jesus and John the Baptist.
3.1. Evidences of the ancient sources.
3.2. Andronicus-Christ and Esau from the Old Testament. Red, long hair, an agriculturist.
3.3. Jacob from the Old Testament and John the Baptist. A Shaggy, hold on the heel of his brother, animal skin.
3.4. The Caesarian operation at the birth of Christ and the hurt thigh of Jacob.
4. A spread of Christianity among the Great Empire and a holy blessing to all the seed of Jacob = Israel.
5. Evangelic John the Baptist and Old Testament Esau. Condemnation of the shameful whoredom of tsar, an artifice of a woman, a secret agreement and deceit of the patriarch.
5.1. An incorrect choice of wives. The wedding of Herod on Herodias was condemned by John the Baptist.
5.2. Rebecca deceives Esau and Isaac. The death of Esau.
5.3. Esau and John the Baptist. Rebecca and Herodias. Jacob and Salome. Isaac and tsar Herod. Romulus kills Rem.
6. The sold primogeniture of Esau-Jesus – these are the famous thirty pieces of silver and a betrayal of Judas. The Lord's supper, bread and wine.
6.1. Evidences of the primary sources.
6.2. Here Esau – it is Jesus Christ, and Jacob – this is Judas Iscariot.
7. The murder of Old Testament Esau – this is the punishment of imperator Andronicus-Christ in 1185.
7.1. What the primary sources tell?
7.2. A part of the Gospel from the New Testament had moved to the Old Testament.
7.3. An imaginary conciliation of Esau and Jacob – this is a guileful kiss of Judas.
8. The famous Old Testament "Stairs of Jacob" – this is a reflection of the crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ.
9. The Old Testament book of Job as a possible reflection of the Passions of Andronicus-Christ.

Chapter 4.
THE OLD TESTAMENT BURDEN OF ISAIAH – THIS IS ONE MORE "LOST GOSPEL".
1. Emmanuel and Jesus.
2. Isaiah and Jesus.
2.1. The prophet, noble person, lived in Jerusalem, a conflict with the Jews.
2.2. A wooden saw.
3. A martyrdom and Ascension of Isaiah-Jesus.
3.1. "Ascension of Isaiah" is described by Bogomils-Cathari.
3.2. The tsar bed and Ascension to heaven.
3.3. A Crucifixion and Resurrection on the third day.
3.4. A cup and mockery of folks.
3.5. Judas Iscariot.

Chapter 5.
AN OLD TESTAMENT PATRIARCH JOSEPH AS A REFLECTION OF JOSEPH VOLOTSKIY, A FAMOUS SAINT OF RUSSIAN CHURCH, AND ALSO - DMITRY-MARCHODEY, A HERETIC, THE SON OF ELENA VOLOSHANKA = BIBLICAL ESTHER FROM THE XVI CENTURY.
1. The Old Testament about patriarch Joseph the Fair.
2. Joseph Volotskiy – one of the main personages of struggle against heresy of Judaizers in Russia.
3. Reminder: a short story of Biblical Esther = heretic Elena Voloshanka and Dmitry-Marchodey, her son.
3.1. Biblical version.
3.2. Russian version and shortly about our reconstruction.
3.3. An original of Esther in the Russian history of the XVI century, a number of her bright duplicates in earlier epochs.
4. Hate of brothers to Biblical Joseph and dislike of monastery society to Joseph Volotskiy.
5. An attempt of the brothers of Biblical Joseph to kill him and a trouble, which nearly had happened with Joseph Volotskiy: he allegedly was killed.
6. Removal of Joseph far from his relatives and beginning of an absolutely new life.
7. Beautiful Joseph Volotskiy and Biblical Joseph the Fair.
8. Granaries of Biblical Joseph and granaries of Joseph Volotskiy.
9. Biblical Joseph was sold to merchants and brought by them to Egypt. This is a tale about heretic Skharia, who came to Russia.
10. A rise of Skharia-Dmitry-Markhodey in Russia and a rise of Joseph from the Old Testament in Egypt. Magic and wizardry of heretics.
11. In the life story of Biblical Joseph the story of Esther = Elena Voloshanka from the XVI century is presented.
12. A severe Russian monastery is described in the Old Testament book Genesis like a prison.
13. A struggle of Joseph Volotskiy with Judaizers in Russia and a reflection of this struggle in the story of Joseph from the Old Testament.
14. A heretic Volk Kuritzin and a volf from the Old Testament, "speaking with a human voice".
15. A conciliation of Biblical Joseph with his brothers and a victory of heretics, the rise of Dmitry-Markhodey.
16. A migration to Egypt of the family of Jacob-Israel – this is the appearance and consolidation in Moscow of the Western-European heretics-reformers. Russia-Horde sinks into the Great distemper.
17. Where was the motherland of Jews, according to Pompeius Trogus.
18. A repeated Biblical description of the victories of Israelites in Egypt = Russia-Horde of the XVI century.

Chapter 6.
MISCELLANEOUS.
1. "Antique" struggle of god Zeus with a dragon Typhon – this is one more reflection of the Battle of Kulikovo of 1380.
2. Monstrous "antique" constructions of Baalbek in Lebanon and Palmyra in Syria were made of concrete, and that's why were dated with the epoch of the XIV-XVI centuries.
2.1. Baalbek.
2.2. Palmyra.
3. When on the maps of the Tula region the river Nepryadva, a confluent of Don, appeared?
4. How the famous Round Dender zodiac was "successfully dated" by Egyptologist Champollion. A story of rough forgery.

Chapter 7.
NEW, FOUND BY US "ANTIQUE" ZODIACS, AS APPEARED, WERE CREATED AT THE EPOCH OF THE XII-XVIII CENTURIES.
1. A zodiac of Jove on an "antique" carved stone (zodiac FA) is dated with the eighteenth century.
1.1. Description of the zodiac FA.
1.2. Constellations on the zodiac FA.
1.3. Pictures of planets.
1.4. The main horoscope and additional astronomical conditions.
1.5. On the zodiac FA there is a date June 5 of old style of 1741 A.D.
2. A zodiac of the Gemma of August (zodiac GA) is dated with the thirteenth century.
2.1. The Gemma of August represents a zodiac with horoscope.
2.2. Decoding of the horoscope on the Gemma of August.
2.3. On the "antique" Gemma of August there is an astronomically written date: December 8, 1284 A.D.
3. A zodiac of pharaoh Ramses IX (zodiac RD).
3.1. In the tomb of Ramses IX in the Valley of tsars a burying zodiac of the pharaoh remained in full.
3.2. On the zodiac RD there is a date June 16, 1148 B.C.
4. The zodiac of Christ from the ancient book of Ebenezer Sibly (zodiac AE).
4.1. Preliminary note.
4.2. Description of the horoscope of Christmas.
4.3. On the zodiac of Christ there is a date December 25, 1151 A.D., ideally corresponding to the New Chronology.
5. Additional list of dated by us ancient zodiacs.
Appendix.
A HUGE SERIES OF ENGRAVINGS "TRIUMPH PROCESSION OF IMPERATOR MAXIMILLIAN I" WAS TENDENTIOUSLY EDITED. IN PARTICULAR, THE SIGNATURES WERE BLURED OVER ON IT.

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