According to the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771, virtually all of Siberia formed at that time, that is, at the end of XVIII century! — An independent state with its capital in Tobolsk. In this case, MOSCOW tartare, according to a statement of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771, was the largest country in the world. The question is: where do delos this great state?

One has only to ask this question, as immediately begin to emerge and re-comprehended facts showing that up to the end of the XVIII century on the territory of Eurasia existed giant state, which ruled from the XIX century of world history. Pretended it never happened.

Great Tartary

«TARTARY, a vast country in the northern parts of Asia, bounded by Siberia on the north and west: this is called Great Tartary. The Tartars who lie south of Muscovy and Siberia, are those of Astracan, Circassia, and Dagistan, situated north-west of the Caspian-sea; the Calmuc Tartars, who lie between Siberia and the Caspian-sea; the Usbec Tartars and Moguls, who lie north of Persia and India; and lastly, those of Tibet, who lie north-west of China ».
(Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol. III, Edinburgh, 1771, p. 887.)

"Tartary, a huge country in the northern part of the province of Asia, bordering Siberia in the north and west, which is called the Great Tartary. Tartars, who live south of Muscovy and Siberia, called Astrakhan, Cherkasy and Daghestan, living in the north-west of the Caspian Sea, are called Kalmykia Tartarus that occupy the territory between Siberia and the Caspian Sea; Uzbek Tartary and Mongolia, which inhabit the north of Persia and India, and Finally, a Tibetan living in the north-west of China. "
(Encyclopedia "Britannica", first edition, Vol 3, Edinburgh, 1771, p. 887)

The first edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771 there is no mention of the Russian Empire. It says that the world's largest country, occupying almost the whole of Eurasia is Great Tartary.

A Muscovy, which had already put the Romanov rule, is only one of the provinces of this vast empire, and Moscow called Tartarus. There are also maps of Europe and Asia, where it all clearly visible.

And in the next edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica all this information is missing completely.

What happened in the late 18th century? Where did the great empires of the world? Empire has not disappeared. Quickly began to fade all mention of it!

Falsifying history of our civilization has entered its final phase. Social parasites needed to hide the real history of mankind and fabricate a new one. Backed by his assistants, they achieved this vile task. All mankind was deceived and fooled. Was destroyed by a huge number of books, paintings, murals and any other evidence and references to Rusov great empire that flourished on our planet hundreds of thousands of years. Invaders began the final phase transformation humans in their eternal slaves …

Many simply can not imagine that history, historical documents, records, and maps can be distorted to such an extent that she recorded history would be incredibly far from really took place. In conjunction with another favorite method of falsification, hushed, as amended, history becomes a reality.

If we consider that in the Middle Ages, the number of educated people in general were low, and the historians among them, and even less, then … Stop, and yet another in Europe was the dictates of the church, the vast majority of scientific research carried out either by the religious leaders, or under their strict control.

In addition, act different religious orders. Maltese, a Jesuit, a Dominican … strict discipline, unquestioning execution of orders higher. Disobedient sometimes supposed connection with Heaven through the flames the fire, so it is unlikely monks copyists could deviate from the letter of the order. Anyway, at that time the main type of thinking was dogmatic, blind faith without any critical thinking.

Like, say, that all this is not enough for the assumption of mass falsification of history in Europe and Russia? Well, then, let's look at the facts, naked and impartial: geographical maps of the medieval period.


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What is special about them? They indicated a large country in Eurasia, of which we have no school or university did not say a word.

You see, only this resource 320 cards, which is far from exhausting all the existing documents. Over three hundred maps showing our country, and we did not know anything or know. And if anyone had heard, so probably did not believe it.

Well, can not they all documents to falsify or destroy, and version history to offer completely false! So many people think. Alas, can falsify and can hide. Which was successfully done Scaliger and other Jesuits. At least in this quite right with Fomenko Nosovskaya!

And so we offer only a cursory look at the documents, in which hundreds of authors have shown our country: Tartarus.

PS By the way, the video demonstrates the impossibility of complete removal of all of the historical documents relating to a certain subject. In this case — Tartary. Although at the time the documents were far less than, say, in the twentieth century.

Now imagine that a governor of a big state issued in the middle of the last century, some important order, decree, directive. And we are told that this Directive strictly and clearly executed. To accomplish it involved hundreds of thousands of officials, police and military. According to the Directive have been moved hundreds of g / d compositions with materials and objects necessary for its execution. Hundreds of industrial goods sent for the same purpose.

But did not survive a single document, which shall go to the logic of this Directive. Thousands of executive officials were estimates, issued its own guidelines for the successful implementation of the downstream Prime Directive, write reports on their work.

But none of them have survived, although all records were scrutinized. As well as the text is not preserved, or credible evidence of the existence of Prime Directive.

You can imagine that a number of relatively recent, in comparison with the documents of the Middle Ages, written evidence was completely destroyed? Ie from the Middle Ages through the five hundred years something still remains, and in our time in 50 years there was nothing to find!

We, however, claim that this Directive existed. Sorry, hard to believe. More precisely, do not believe in it. In Tartarus — believe for the facts, then there is. And in the — not.

There is no evidence — there was no directive.

As imagined world map authors Britannica late XVIII century?

Information is presented on the basis of the data contained in the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771, on the materials and personal observations G.K.Kasparova, the world chess champion, as well as the book "The reconstruction of world history."

Map of Europe in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1771

We use the fundamental British Encyclopedia of the XVIII century. [1] It was published in 1771, in three large volumes, and represents the most complete for that time a comprehensive collection of information from different areas of knowledge. We emphasize that this work represented the top of encyclopedic knowledge of XVIII century. Let's see what kind of information recorded in the Encyclopedia Britannica under "Geography". There, in particular, are the five maps of Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America. Sm.ris.9.1, Figure 9.2, ris.9.3, Figure 9.4, ris.9.5.

These cards are made with great care. Accurately depict the outlines of the continents, rivers, seas, lakes, etc. Applied set of city names. The authors are well aware of the Encyclopedia Britannica, for example, the geography of South America.

MAP OF ASIA Encyclopedia Britannica 1771

Look at the map of Asia from Encyclopedia Britannica. See Figure 9.2. Note that southern Siberia is divided into independently Tatars to the west and to the Chinese Tartars in the east. Chinese Tartary (Chinese Tartary) border with China (China). See Figure 9.2. We will return to these Tatars or tartar.

Map of North America from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1771

Noteworthy absence of any information about the north-western part of the American continent. See Figure 9.4.

That is, on the part adjacent to Russia. Here, in particular, is Alaska. We see that the Europeans in the late XVIII century, had no idea about these lands. While the rest of North America were known to them well enough. From the point of view of our reconstruction is likely to mean that there is at that time was still located land of Rus-Orda. Regardless of the Romanovs.

In the XIX-XX centuries as the last remnant of the land, we see Russian Alaska. But according to the map XVIII century the area remains the Great = "Mongolian" Empire in North America at the time was a lot more. It included nearly all of modern Canada, west of Hudson Bay, and part of the northern United States. See Figure 9.4. By the way, the name of Canada (or "New France", as stated on the card) is present on the map of North America XVIII century. But it applies only to the neighborhoods of large lakes in the south-east of modern Canada. That is, for a relatively small south-eastern part of modern Canada. Sm.ris.9.4.

If, as we are told today, there lived a "wild American Indians," would not have these vast and rich territory would remain completely unknown to European mapmakers even at the end of XVIII century. Could the Indians to prevent European ship to sail along the northwest coast of America, in order to understand the large outlines of the continent? Hardly. Most likely, there still has quite a strong state, a huge piece of the Russ-Horde. Which — as, by the way, and Japan at the time — just not to let the Europeans on their territory and in its territorial waters and the sea.

MOSCOW Tartarus XVIII century with its capital in the city of Tobolsk

Section "Geography" in the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771 ends the table, which lists all known to the authors of the country, indicating the areas of these countries, capitals, the distance from London, and the time difference compared to London [1], Volume 2, s.682 -684. See Figure 9.6 (0), and Figure 9.6 ris.9.7.

Very curious and unexpected, that the Russian Empire at that time considered by the authors of the Encyclopedia Britannica, according to this table, as several different countries. Namely, Russia, with its capital in St. Petersburg and in the area of 1103485 square miles. Then — MOSCOW Tartarus with its capital in Tobolsk, and three times larger area 3050000 square miles [1], Volume 2, s.683. See ris.9.8.

MOSCOW Tartarus — the largest country in the world, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. All other countries are less it at least three times. In addition, these independent Tartary, with its capital in Samarkand [1], Volume 2, s.683. Also called Chinese Tartary with the capital Chinyane (Chinuan). Their area — 778,290 square miles and 644,000 respectively.

The question is what does that mean? Does not this mean that to defeat Pugacheva in 1775 the whole of Siberia was an independent state from the Romanovs? Or there were several states. The largest of which — MOSCOW Tartary — had in the Siberian capital of Tobolsk. But then known war with Pugachev was not alleged suppression of spontaneous "peasant revolt" as we are told today. It turns out that it was a real war with the last of the Romanovs of Russia-independent fragments of the Horde in the east of the Empire. ONLY win the war with Pugachev, Romanova newly won in Siberia. Previously that was natural for them closed. Horde would not let them go.

By the way, only then began the Romanovs "set" on the map of Russia in the famous old Russian history the names of countries — the provinces of Great = "Mongolian" Empire. (Details — in the book "The Bible Rus"). For example, names such as Perm and Vyatka. In fact, medieval Perm — this is Germany, and medieval Vyatka — is Italy (hence the Vatican). These names of the old provinces of the Empire were present in medieval Russian coat of arms. But after the split of the Romanov empire began to distort and rewrite the history of Russia. In particular, it was necessary to move these names from Western Europe somewhere far away in the wilderness. Which was done. But only after beating Pugachev. And quite quickly.

In the book "The Bible Rus', Volume 1, s.540 states that Romanov began to change emblems of Russian cities and regions in the second half of XVIII century. In general, in 1781. As we now begin to see, six years after the victory over the Pugachev — the last independent king of the Horde (or warlord king) with the capital Moscow Tartary Tobolsk in Siberia.

MOSCOW Tartarus

Above we have discussed striking at first approval of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771 that almost all of Siberia formed at that time, that is, at the end of XVIII century! — An independent state with its capital in Tobolsk [1], Volume 2, s.682-684. See Figure 9.6, ris.9.7.

In this case, MOSCOW tartare, according to a statement of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771, was the largest country in the world. See above. This is shown on many maps of the XVIII century. See, for example, one of these cards on ris.9.9, ris.9.10, Figure 9.11. We see that the Moscow Tartary began with the middle reaches of the Volga from Nizhny Novgorod. Thus, Moscow was not far from the border with the Moscow Tartary. The capital Moscow Tartary called Tobolsk, whose name highlighted on this map and put in the form of the Tobol. That is, just like in the Bible. Recall that in the Bible named Russ Rosh Meshech and Tubal, that is Russia, Moscow and Tobol. (See details in the book "The Bible Rus").

The question is: where do delos this great state? One has only to ask this question, as immediately begin to emerge and re-comprehended facts showing that up to the end of the XVIII century on the territory of Eurasia existed giant state. Since the XIX century, it was excluded from the world history. Pretended it never happened. As the card XVIII century, up to this era Moscow Tartary was virtually inaccessible to Europeans.

But at the end of XVIII century the situation changed dramatically. The study of the maps of the time makes it clear that the budding Conquest of the land. It went from two sides. In the Russian-Horde Siberia and the Far East for the first time troops entered the Romanovs. But the Russian-Horde western half of the North American continent, stretching down to California to the south, and to the middle of the continent to the east, troops first entered the newly established United States. On the maps of the world is at this time in Europe, finally disappeared huge "blind spot." And on the map of Siberia stop writing in large print "Great Tartary" or "Moscow Tartary."

What happened at the end of the XVIII century? After all that we have learned about the history of Russia-Orda, the answer seems clear. At the end of the XVIII century there LAST BATTLE BETWEEN EUROPE AND horde. On the side of Europe have Romanovs. This immediately makes us completely different eyes to look at the so-called "peasant-Cossack uprising Pugachev" of 1773-1775.

WAR Romanov "Pugachev" — a war with huge MOSCOW Tartarus

Apparently, the famous war of 1773-1775 with Pugachev was not at the suppression of the "peasant-Cossack uprising," as we are told today. It was a real major war with the last of the Romanovs independent Russian-Horde Cossack state — Moscow Tartary. The capital of which, as we reported in 1771 Encyclopedia Britannica was the Siberian city of Tobolsk. Note that this Encyclopedia was published, fortunately, before the war with Pugachev. True, in just two years. If the publishers of the Encyclopedia Britannica delayed its publication for at least two or three years, but now restore the truth would have been much more difficult.

It turns out that the ONLY win the war with Pugacheva — that is, as we now understand, from Tobolsk (aka — the famous biblical or Tubal Tubal) — Romanova newly won in Siberia. Previously that was natural for them closed. Horde them there simply would not let me. The Americans only then newly won for the western half of the North American continent. And they began to grab it quickly. But apparently the Romanovs were also on alert. At first, they managed to "grab" Alaska, directly adjacent to Siberia. But keep it in the end could not. Had to give Americans. For a very nominal fee. Very. Apparently Romanovs just could not really control from Petersburg vast areas of the Bering Strait. We must assume that the Russian population of North America refers to the power of the Romanov very hostile. As to the conquerors, who came from the West, who had seized power in their state, in the Moscow Tartary.

Thus ended the Moscow division of Tartary in the XIX century. Amazingly, this "feast of winners" was completely erased from the pages of history books. More precisely, there and never got. Although it is clear signs that remain. About them we describe below.

Incidentally, the Encyclopedia Britannica says that in the XVIII century there is another "Tartar" state — Independent Tartary, with its capital in Samarkand [1], Volume 2, s.682-684. As we now know, it was another great "splinter" Great Rus-Orda XIV-XVI centuries. Unlike Moscow Tartary fate of this state is known. It was conquered by the Romanovs in the middle of XIX century. This so-called "conquest of Central Asia." So his evasive names in modern textbooks. The very name of the Independent Tartary disappeared from the charts. It is still called the conditional, for it is a name of "Central Asia". The capital of the Independent Tartary — Samarkand was taken Romanowski troops in 1868 [3], Part 3, p.309. The whole war lasted four years: 1864-1868.

Back in the era of the XVIII century. Let's see how depicting North America and Siberia on maps XVIII century to Pugachev. That is, the earlier 1773-1775 period. It turns out that the western part of the North American continent on these cards at all not shown. European cartographers of the time simply did not know how to look the western half of the North American continent. Did not even know — it connects to Siberia, or there is the strait. And it is very strange that the U.S. government has "reason" does not show any interest in these neighboring countries. While at the turn of XVIII-XIX century, the interest of a sudden, out of nowhere, appeared. And he was very violent. Could it be that these lands were suddenly "draws"? And you had to hurry up in time to grab them before the Romanovs. Who did the same in the West.

Before hitting "Pugachev" EUROPEANS DID NOT KNOW OF GEOGRAPHY AND WEST NORTHWEST OF THE AMERICAS. GIANT "blank" and the peninsula of California to the "island"

Turn to the map of North America. Let's start from the map of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771, which took into account the latest developments of geography at the time. That is, again, the end of XVIII century. But — BEFORE Pugacheva. Complete map is given by us above in Figure 9.4. On ris.9.12 we give her an enlarged detail. We see that the entire north-western part of the North American continent, not just Alaska, is a huge "white spot" that goes into the ocean. Unchecked even coastline! Consequently, until 1771 no European ship did not pass along these shores. One such passage would be enough to hold at least a rough surveying. And then we are told that being in this part of North America Russian Alaska was then allegedly subject to the Romanovs. If this were so, the European maps coastline of course would be displayed. Instead, we have here the curious words written by European cartographers in the American "white spot": The Undiscovered Land (Parts Undiscovered). See ris.9.12.

Take a little more than an early English map, dating from the year 1720 or later, drawn up in London [2], p.170-171. Sm.ris.9.13. Here, too, much of the North American continent is a "blind spot." That says "Unknown Land» (Parts Unknown). It should be noted that the card XVIII century California peninsula is depicted as an island! That is, as we see European ships were not allowed here, even the Horde in the XVIII century. Until Pugacheva!

The same thing we see in the French map in 1688. See ris.9.14. It also shows the California peninsula as the island! That is also wrong. What does this mean? Simple thing: line the west coast of North America is not yet known to Europeans. They are not allowed here. Therefore, they do not know that California peninsula just north connected to the mainland.

Another card. Sm.ris.9.15, ris.9.15 (a). This is — a French map, dating from the year 1656 or later [2], p.152, 153. We see the same picture. California peninsula is drawn as an island. This is wrong. In the north-west of America — a real "blank." Come on. On ris.9.16 and ris.9.16 (a) shows a French map in 1634. Again, we see that the north-west of America is drowning in the "white spot", and California peninsula again wrongly depicted as an island.

And so on. These cards XVII-XVIII centuries are many. We can not give here even a small part of them. The conclusion follows. Before the war with Pugachev in the years 1773-1775, that is, until the end of XVIII century, the western part of the North American continent belongs to the Moscow Tartary with its capital in Tobolsk. Europeans were not allowed here. This fact is clearly reflected on the maps of the time. Cartographers drew this "white spot" and the fantastic "island" in California. They have more or less represented only the most southern part. Incidentally, the name "California" is quite significant. Apparently, at the time, it simply meant "Land Caliph." According to the historical reconstruction of the first Russian-Horde Caliph was a great conqueror of Batu Khan, known to us today as the name of Ivan "Kalita". He was one of the founders of the Great = "Mongolian" Empire.

In this regard, we recall that behave similarly, and medieval Japan, the then apparently another fragment of the Great = "Mongolian" Empire. Japan has also not let yourself to foreigners until 1860. This was probably a reflection of some general policy of the local rulers. Kings of the Khans Ordynskoye-"Mongol" states were hostile to Europeans as enemies of the former Great Empire, of which they themselves are still felt. Apparently between Japan and Tartary Moscow until the end of XVIII century, there was a close relationship, and Japan, "withdrew" only after the defeat of the Moscow Tartary in the years 1773-1775, that is, after the defeat of Pugachev.

Only in the late XIX century, foreigners, Europeans (Dutch) came to Japan by force. As we can see, only this time here gotten to a wave of "progressive liberation process."

Let's go back to the maps of America, but this time the cards allegedly XV-XVI centuries. Let's see — as portrayed European cartographers allegedly XVI century the same North America. Probably worse than cartographers XVII-XVIII centuries. I suppose, now, do we see scant data not only on the North American continent, but generally about America. It turns out there! Today we propose to consider that European mapmakers allegedly XVI century where exactly imagine North America than cartographers XVII-XVIII centuries. And these great knowledge appear not to some unknown or forgotten cards. "Outstrip" the time for many decades, and then unfairly 'forgotten'.

Far from it. North America beautifully drawn on maps supposedly famous XVI century Abraham Ortelius, and Gerhard Mercator. Which, as we are told by historians, had been widely known and XVII, and XVIII century. We cite these known cards ris.9.17, ris.9.17 (a) and ris.9.18, ris.9.18 (a). As we can see, these cards allegedly XVI century, much better and more accurate than maps of XVIII century. They are even better than the card of the Encyclopedia Britannica in 1771!

Surely the authors of the Encyclopedia Britannica in the late XVIII century, "have fallen into ignorance" after such a brilliant maps allegedly XVI century? Please note that as Ortelius and Mercator quite correctly represents California peninsula is a peninsula. The same thing we see in the Hondius map supposedly 1606. California shows the peninsula. See ris.9.19 and ris.9.19 (a). Allegedly, in the beginning of XVII century Hondius already well-versed in the true geography of America. He has no doubt that California — the peninsula. He confidently draws the Bering Strait. All along the west coast of North America, he knows a lot of the names of towns and places. There are no "unknown land" here for him there. He knows everything! And this is supposedly happening in 1606.

We want to assure you, if after a hundred years, European cartographers XVII-XVIII centuries FIRMLY forget all this information. And will, for example, be wrong to assume California island! Is this not strange?

Further, and Ortelius and Mercator, Hondius, and many other cartographers, allegedly XVI — early XVII century, already know that America is separated from Asia by the Straits. Historians tell us that then later cartographers XVII-XVIII centuries, all this "forgotten". And only then finally "again" will open the strait. Like so much else on the map of North America.

So, the picture is clear. All these brilliant cards allegedly XVI century are fakes XIX century. They are produced at a time when the volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica has long stood on the shelves of European libraries. Something on the maps drawn "under antiquity." But in general, the outlines of continents and many other important details copied from the card at hand XIX century. Drawn, of course gorgeous, rich. To be worthy of the "ancient." And that was worth a higher price. After all, "the ancient original map." Finally found in the dusty archives of Europe.

Now look at the map of Siberia XVIII century. One of these cards, we have already given to ris.9.20. On this map, the whole of Siberia beyond the Ural Mountains called the Great Tartary. Now it becomes clear what this means. Means exactly what it says. Namely, that while there was still Russian-Horde state under that name. Next, we present another card XVIII century. Sm.ris.9.21 (a), ris.9.21 (b), ris.9.22. It was published in 1786 in Germany in Nuremberg. Inscription on it Russija (Russland) gently curved so that in no case has climbed over the Ural Mountains. Although very well could be drawn and straighter. What would be more natural if Siberia in XVIII century belonged to the Romanovs. And the whole of Siberia on the map is divided into two states. First called "The State of Tobolsk» (Gouvernement Tobolsk). This name is written on the whole Western Siberia. Second state called "The State of Irkutsk» (Gouvernement Irkutzk). CAPTION THIS IS ALL OVER EASTERN SIBERIA and further north to the island of Sakhalin.

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