G.V.Nosovskiy, A.T.Fomenko
SHAH NAMAH:
Iran chronicle of the Great Empire of the XII-XVII centuries

Andronicus-Christ (also Andrew the Pious), Dmitry Donskoy, Sergius of Radonezh (also Berthold Schwarz), Ivan the Terrible, Elena Voloshanka, False Dmitry, Maryna Mniszech and Suleyman the Glorious on the pages of the famous epos Shah Namah.
Shah Namah: Iran chronicle of the Great Empire of the XII-XVII centuries
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ABSTRACT

The present book is issued in a new edition, made by �.�.Fomenko in 2013. It considerably differs from the previous ones. In particular, colored pictures were reproduced as colored (compared to the previous editions, where they were reproduced as black-and-white). The famous "ancient"-Persian Epos Shah Namah – this is a grand and rather popular source, telling, as considered, about the events on the territory of Persia, Greece, Byzantium in the "deepest ancientry". Shah Namah brings us data about hundreds of personages and many important events.

In the present book we show that this huge Epos actually tells about the events of the XII-XVIII centuries, which took place mainly in the Great Empire of the XIII-XVII centuries. Most part of Shah Namah tells, as appeared, about the Great Distemper in Russia of the XVI – beginning of the XVII century that is in the mother country of the Great Russian Empire.

As the authors note, the proposed by them reconstruction is yet positive. At the same time the authors are in charge for the accuracy and reliability of the calculated by them datings.

CONTENTS

FOREWORD

Chapter 1. WHAT IS "SHAH NAMAH" AND WHO WAS FIRDAUSI = "GARDEN OF EDEN"?

1. Firdausi – glory and honor of the world culture.

2. How the Epos Shah Namah is arranged.

3. The remained manuscripts of Shah Namah, as appeared, were written relatively not long ago.

Chapter 2. BEGINNING OF SHAH NAMAH CONSISTS OF SEVEN REPEATED TALES-DUPLICATES ABOUT THE SAME IMPERATOR ANDRONICUS-CHRIST. HE WAS REFLECTED AS THE "ANCIENT"-IRAN TSARS: ABU-MANSUR, KEYUMARS, SIYAMEK, JEMSHID, MERDAS, ZOKHAK, FERIDUN.

1. Introduction to Shah Namah.

2. The great prince Abu-Mansur – the first reflection of Andronicus-Christ (Andrew the Pious) in Shah Namah.

3. Tsar Keyumars and his son Siyamek – these are the second and third reflections of Andronicus-Christ.

4. Iran tsar Khusheng – this is Achilles, and also Siegfried. All of them are reflections of the Great Prince Svyatoslav.

5. The Battle of Kulikovo.

6. Tsar Jemshid – it is the fourth reflection of Andronicus-Christ.

7. Iran tsars Merdas and Zokhak (partly) – these are the fifth and sixth reflections of imperator Andronicus-Christ.

8. The further story of again bad tsar Zokhak – it is the story of tsar Herod. The born good tsar Feridun is the seventh reflection of Andronicus-Christ.

Chapter 3. THE BATTLE OF KULIKOVO TURNS OUT TO BE ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR EVENTS IN THE ANCIENT-IRAN CHRONICLE OF THE EMPIRE. "ANCIENTT"-IRAN TSAR FERIDUN AND RUSSIAN PRINCE DMITRY DONSKOY.

1. A famous inventor of gunpowder - Berthold Schwarz – it is a reflection on the pages of the Western-European chronicles of St. Sergius of Radonezh, who invented gunpowder and guns.

2. Iran blacksmith Cave as a reflection of Sergius of Radonezh. Iran flag Cave – it is the famous banner with labarum of Konstantin.

3. The Battle of Kulikovo on the pages of Shah Namah.

4. Iran tsar Feridun and Roman imperator Konstantin I (that is Dmitry Donskoy).

5. Powerful imperial Russian-Hordian guns of the XIV-XVI centuries in Europe and Asia. Forced use of simple leather guns in the Western Europe during the rebellion of Reformation.

Chapter 4. "ANCIENT"-IRAN HEROES – ZAL AND YOUNG ROSTEM – THESE ARE TWO MORE PARTLY REFLECTIONS OF IMPERATOR ANDRONICUS-CHRIST (ANDREW THE PIOUS) FROM THE XII CENTURY.

1. Birth of Zal-Christ and his wonderful redemption from the angry tsar.

2. Knight Sam (tsar Herod) regrets about his angry action. Zal-Destan (Andronicus-Christ) comes back to his tsardom and becomes a tsar.

3. The story about Zal and Rudab – this is a reflection of the legends about the Holy Spirit, Christ and Holy Mary. The Annunciation and the Virgin Birth.

4. The Caesarean operation. The initial part of the life story of Rostem (Rustam) tells about Andronicus-Christ.

5. Young Rostem is described as "Greek Heracles", that is once again Andronicus-Christ.

6. Many battles.

Chapter 5. FOUR REFLECTIONS OF THE STORY OF ESTHER (ELENA VOLOSHANKA) FROM THE XVI CENTURY ON THE PAGES OF THE "ANCIENT"-PERSIAN POEM SHAH NAMAH. ALSO – THE LIVONIAN WAR OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE, TREASON OF PRINCE ANDREW KOURBSKY AND CONSTRUCTION OF MOSCOW AS THE CAPITAL OF THE EMPIRE.

1. Adult Rostem is a reflection of Ivan the Terrible, and his son Sohrab is a reflection of Ivan the Young, the son of Ivan the Terrible. Rostem married Tahmina (= Esther). Beginning of the story of Esther.

2. Birth of Sohrab, the son of Rostem. Their enemy Franrasyan archly wants to bring up face to face father and son.

3. Reflection of the story of Judith-Esther in the Iran tale about the battle of Sohrab with a girl Hordaferid. The Livonian war of Ivan the Terrible.

4. Not having understood the intrigue, the father, not wanting this, kills his son.

5. Second, third and fourth bright reflections of the story of Esther in Shah Namah are united in the famous "Tale about Siavas".

6. A plot about the mother of Siavas – this is the Old Testament story of Susanne, that is Esther. This is the second "story of Esther" in Shah Namah.

7. The wife of tsar seduces tzarevitch Siavas, what soon leads to a conflict in the tsar family. This is the third reflection of the story of Esther.

8. Craftiness of Sudabe (Esther) and the death of two infants. This is reflection of the death of two sons of Ivan the Terrible - Dmitry I and Dmitry II. Siavas (Ivan the Young) was sent on the fire by his father.

9. The story of prince Kurbsky is described in detail by Firdausi as a tale about "Siavas", who run from his tsar to his enemies. Beginning of the Livonian war of Ivan the Terrible with the Western Europe on the pages of Shah Namah.

10. In Shah Namah the fear of the Western Europe of invasion of the Hordian army of Ivan the Terrible is described. Bribery of prince Kurbskiy.

11. Ivan the Terrible (Kavus) is angry about the hesitatory punitive actions of Kurbskiy (Siavas). Correspondence between Ivan the Terrible and Kurbskiy by Firdausi.

12. Treason and runaway of Siavas to Turan – this is treason and runaway of Kurbskiy to Livonia. Further correspondence of Siavas (�Kurbskiy) and Kavus (Ivan the Terrible).

13. The fourth "story of Esther" on the pages of Shah Namah – it is the story of wedding of Siavas and Ferendis. Next Siavas dies by the fault of Frasiyak.

14. The death of Siavas "because of a woman" is once again described in Shah Namah. This time - rather loudly.

15. Construction of Moscow as the capital by Ivan the Terrible in the VI century is described in Shah Namah as reproduction of the Turan capital "Kang", and also as construction of the city "Siavasgord".

16. Birth and youth of Key-Khosrov – this is one more reflection of the story of Andronicus-Christ.

17. Return of adult Key-Khosrov to the capital – it is appearance of adult Christ in Jerusalem not long ago before the crucifixion.

Chapter 6.

THE LIVONIAN WAR AND THE GREAT DISTEMPER IN RUSSIA IN THE XVI-XVII CENTURIES ARE DESCRIBED BY FERDAUSI AS "ANTIQUE" WARS BETWEEN IRAN AND TURAN. TURAN TSAR FRANRASYAN – IT IS A REFLECTION OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE AND BORIS GODUNOV. RUSSIAN-HORDIAN TSAREVICH DMITRY, WRONGLY ANNOUNCED FALSE BY ROMANOVS, IS PRESENTED IN SHAH NAMAH AS A LEGAL TSAR, "ANCIENT" KEY-KHOSROV. MOREOVER, AT THE END OF THE STORY OF KEY-KHOSROV DATA ABOUT IVAN THE TERRIBLE (= ST. BASIL) WAS INCLUDED.

1. Excile of young tsarevich Dmitry, called in the Persian epos Khosrov, to the city of Uglich, called here Khoten.

2. Exiled young tsarevich becomes dangerous for the angry ruler. They want to bring tsarevich to power.

3. Runaway of tsarevich and death danger, which waited for him on the way: "antique" Khosrov nearly sank in the big river. This is the Persian tale about runaway of tsarevich Dmitry (allegedly Grigory Otrepyev) to Poland.

4. The invasion. Capture of the "antique" fortress Bekhman and capture of the Russian fortress Poutivl in 1604.

5. The war of Iran with Turan – this is the Livonian war of the XVI century. Here Ferdausi tells about the Great Distemper of the end of the XVI – beginning of the XVII century. Demonstration by tsar of his multiple, earlier hidden, treasures.

6. The war is unsuccessful for Franrasyan (= Ivan the Terrible and Boris Godunov). A horoscope in Shah Namah and its dating.

7. The fifth reflection of the Russian-Hordian "story of Esther" in Shah Namah. We mean the famous Persian "Tale about Bizhen and Menizh".

8. Several Persian reflections of the Livonian war and several reflections of the correspondence between Ivan the Terrible and Andrey Kurbskiy on the pages of Shah Namah.

9. The death of Franrasyan and the death of Neron, Holofernes, the son of Ivan the Terrible.

10. Madness of Key-Khosrov – this is madness of Ivan the Terrible = Biblical Nebuchadnezzar = imperator Charles.

11. Demonstration and distribution by tsar Khosrov of his treasures – this is the famous scene not long before the death of Ivan the Terrible.

12. Khosrov unexpectedly gives the power to "an outman" Lokhrasp. This is a strange transmission of Ivan the Terrible of his throne to "tartat" Simeon Bekbulatovich.

13. Disappearance of Key- Khosrov and death of warriors in snow – this is a reflection of the events, mentioned in "The Life" of St. Basil.

Chapter 7. IRAN STORY OF THE "ANCIENT" TSAR GOSHTASP – THIS IS ONE MORE STORY ABOUT DMITRY THE FALSE FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE XVII CENTURY.

1. Construction of "The Shining Grad" at the time of Persian Lokhrasp (Ivan "The Terrible") – this is construction of the Moscow Kremlin.

2. The "ancient" zoroastrism – this is tsar Christianity of the XII-XIII centuries and Russian Orthodoxy right until the XVII century. What is "the eastern cult of fire"?

3. Iran tsarevich Goshtasp – a son of Lokhrsp (Ivan "The Terrible") - this is tsarevich Dmitry, announced false by Romanovs. Runaway of tsarevich from the motherland to its enemies. Roams of tsarevich.

4. Wedding of the runaway tsarevich on the daughter of foreign ruler. "Antique" tsarina Ketayun (and Mirin) – this is Maryna Mniszech from the XVII century.

5. Beginning of the military invasion of Dmitry to Russia in the XVII century is described in Shah Namah as "a battle of Goshtasp with wolf-dragon", and also as "the second battle of Goshtasp with dragon".

6. Tsarevich Goshtasp makes an incursion to Iran, replaces Lokhrsp and becomes a tsar of Iran. Here are described the events of the Great Distemper in Russia: sudden death of Boris Godunov and capture of power by Dmitry the False. Or this is a "strange" transmission of power to Simeon Bekbulatovich.

7. Implementation of new religion – zoroastrism in Iran, which evoked distemper and dissatisfaction among people. This is a reflection of an attempt of implementation of Catholicism in Russia at the beginning of the XVII century at the time of Dmitry the False or a reflection of the story of Esther from the XVI century, when the power in Russia was captured by heretics.

8. Appearance of Iscender = Alexander the Great at the epoch of Goshtasp – this is a reflection of Sultan Suleyman from the XVI century.

Chapter 8. PERSIAN LIFE STORY OF ISCANDER (ALEXANDER THE GREAT) – THIS IS THE "SUM" OF SEVERAL LAYERS: FIRST - ANDRONICUS-CHRIST FROM THE XII CENTURY, THEN – BIBLICAL MOSES FROM THE XV CENTURY AND SULTAN MOHAMMED, THE CONQUEROR FROM THE XV CENTURY AND, FINALLY, SULEYMAN FROM THE XVI CENTURY.

1. Birth and youth of Iscander are described in Shah Namah as Birth and youth of Andronicus-Christ. Tsar Darab – this is evangelic Joseph, husband of Mary.

2. Opposition of angry Dara and good Iscander, described by Ferdausi, - this is the struggle of tsar Herod against young Christ.

3. Iscander the Two-horned and Moses, shah Dara and Egyptian pharaoh. Partial reflection of the Old Testament Moses on the pages of Shah Namah.

4. Iscander the Two-horned (Alexander the Great) is partly a reflection of sultan Mohammed II and sultan Suleyman. "Antique" iron guns-elephants on the battle fields.

5. Siege and capture of Biblical Jericho = Tsar-Grad on Bosphorus by means of guns – in the life story of Iscander = Alexander the Great.

6. What is the famous "iron wall against Gog and Magog", constructed by Alexander the Great? And again guns.

7. Final part of Shah Namah tells, probably, about the events of the XVII-XVIII centuries.

Chapter 9. SO WE UNDERSTOD – WHAT AND WHOM ABOUT ACTUALLY TELLS THE FAMOUS PERSIAN EPOS SHAH NAMAH.

1. Who were the "ancient"-Persian shahs?

2. Additional list of found by us 86 reflections of Andronicus-Christ (Andrew the Baptist) in the Scaligerian version of history.

3. Twenty nine reflections of the Battle of Kulikovo, found by us in the "ancient" history.

Chapter 10. MISCELLANEOUS.

1. Interesting visual material.

2. Monk-martyr Eustratius of Pechora allegedly of the XI century – this is one more reflection of Andronicus-Christ.

3. A mess between the Battle of Kulikovo and the Battle on Vozha. Deflection of the story about the invention of gunpowder by Sergius of Radonezh.

4. In the XVI century the Germans came to build the Moscow Kremlin with their stone axes, which are shyly dated by modern German historians with the II millennium B.C.

Chapter 11. ADDITIONAL INTERESTING IDEAS.

LITERATURE

SIGNATURES to pictures

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

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