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The Great Wall of China Hoax (History: Fiction or Science? Book 22) (English Edition) History of China copied on Europe and ByzantiumThe history of China up until the XV century AD is, in fact, the history of Europe and the Mediterranean region, Byzantium in particular Historical chronicles telling us about Europe were transplanted to China by the Jesuits in the XVI XVII th century AD the earliestToday it is considered that the construction of the Great Wall of China began in the III century BC allegedly as a protection against northern nomads The argument that the wall had been repaired during those two thousand years is dubious Only a rather recent construction is worth being repaired, otherwise, it will become obsolete and just wreck This is what we observe in Europe, by the way Old defensive walls had been demolished, and new, solid walls built in their place For instance, many fortifications in Russia had been rebuilt in the XVI centuryAnd yet we are told that the Wall of China, once built, remained unchanged for two thousand years We are not told that this is a modern wall recently built on the site of the old one, but that this is exactly the wall that had been built two thousand years ago This is extremely strange, not to sayWhen and against whom had the wall been built According to New Chronology, the Chinese history before the XV century had in reality been unfolding in Europe therefore, the Wall of China could not be built before XV century AD And, naturally, it wasnt built against spears and arrows, even copper or stone tipped, of the III century BC Such walls are needed against firearms The construction of such fortifications began in approximately the XV century, following the invention of cannons and siege weaponsThere are many preconceptions concerning the history of China It is presumed to be exceptionally ancient, a lot so than European history, and its datings are said to be perfectly reliable The basics of Chinese chronology are believed to be so firm that it serves as a classic example of an indubitably ancient and reliable chronologyAnother example is the invention of the printing press by the Germans in the XV century,being the earliest estimation There is nothing odd about this invention being made in Europe around that time after all, all European languages use phonetic alphabets However, consensual history is trying to convince us that somebody invented printing molds in Chinayears before, in the XI century for tens of thousands of hieroglyphs, no less The invention had promptly been forgotten, serving no other purpose than going down in history The plausible version is that a European possibly Dutch book about the invention of the printing press in Germany became translated into Chinese around the XVII century and became part of Chinese historyOne must also recollect the alleged invention of the logarithms in China that took placeyears before they were invented in the Netherlands The comparison of two publications, European and Chinese, demonstrates that a misprint from Napiers table of natural logarithms first published inwas repeated in a Chinese book that is presumed to beyears older Is that the natural way of making history, one wonders The Spanish Armada ofgreat vessels also became an important part of Chinese history Every Chinese history book reports about the construction of a giganticvessel armada insome of the ships are said to have beenmeters long, which is quite impossible for wooden ships This fleet was presumably sent to India, the Arabic countries and so on the expedition recurred six or seven times, its purpose remains unclear This is obviously the Great Spanish Armada transformed by the pupils of the Jesuits into a Chinese myth

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