🎍 🎎 🎒 🎓 🎏 ^^'nu|chronology of China (Vol. 003) ^^
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"google 1649'ish" presents :

'minus timed™' "minus time"
of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introd. 'minus timed™'
chinese did not exist

feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc. ;
...in other words,
humans are only 366+x years old...

"...the google 1649'ish-series knows more about China,
than all chinese speaking persons worldwide together..."

compiled by diplom-medienwissenschaftler,
time researcher
, 'anti-liguist', 'nu|etymologist',
'selbsternannter 7. filosof of alltime',
'weltfriedensKUNSTle(hr)'
and deeejay nicohaupt ;
currently active at
http://tinyurl.com/2015china


for 'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
HOP TO Chapter 17,
Chapter 18 (...so what about chinese fonts ?)
recently @
'minus timed™' "minus time" did not exist Pt.1 :
incl.
what's up with this minus-data (//164x.x.) ?
chapter 1 - 11

"...11 Δεν έχουμε αυτή τη λέξη ακόμα Δεν έχουμε αυτή τη λέξη ακόμα
Δεν έχουμε αυτή τη λέξη ακόμα Δεν έχουμε αυτή τη λέξη ακόμα
Δεν έχουμε αυτή τη λέξη ακόμα..." ;

the word ZERO mentioned in "OT" is 'century|fakery' evidence 001,
that the first written BIBLE must have been german,
since the 'GREEK_OP'ed GREEKS|'septuagint_OP'
didn't know about the Zero|0
http://checkthis.com/humansareonly366yearsold

plus
http://checkthis.com/google1649ishchristmas

🐶 🐭🐻
google 1649'ish christmas edition
:
137 Holy Persons
plus the 'his|tory' of the fonts prove that
Humans are only 366+x years old ..
.
🐨 🐻 🐷 🐽 🐮


...but first, some "special feature"...
"cartoon massacre"
"Hebdo" -a 'century|fakery'-crew 'media|fakery' job ?
January 9th, 2015

"cartoon" (n.) ;
1670s ;
"card" (n.) ;
originally as in "playing card" ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from (GermanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' "carte" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artifically latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed,
'iTALianIzed'

Hebdo (Hepto) is possibly yet another indirect
'century|fakery'- ['mantissa-trumanNews'ed]
response [~300th..],
additionally "mocking 9/11" several times ;
("...in the eleventh district|arrondissiment...") ;
also 7|hepta- [see german "Haupt"] ;
the original word-forming
element meaning "seven" ;
also 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
compare with
heptagon (n.) ;
//1656.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "heptagon",
'GREEK_OP'ed'

(germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed'
"president" Francois Hollande is an actor,
playing a president, owned by his family,
the "Spanische Niederlande" [*here linked to 'SPAN|uishOP'],
formerly owned by german "Burgundische Niederlande" ;
around //1652.2

compare with
heptagon (n.) ;
//1656.0
;
from 'FrenchIzed' "heptagon",
'GREEK_OP'ed'

The idea of "seven"|7 is not much older than
'Angluish' "seofon",
from Proto-Germanic "sebun" ;
(Old germanSaxon "sibun", Old germanFrisian "sowen", "siugun" ;
phonetically close to "Siegen"|'Angluish "winnan" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
Old germanFrisian "sowen", "siugun",
Old High German "sibun", German "sieben") ;
Pleiades (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
Seven Sisters ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
"...the seuenth Male Chyld..." (//1657.9) ;
Seven Champions (n.) ;
around //1659.0 ;

Regarding cryptified "Charlie Hebdo"-falseFLAG,
["aligned car" at "19th Arrondissement"],
the owner of the *the other, original *lausanne publication
L’Hebdo/Ringier
;
can be family-traced back
to Johann Rudolf Ringier (1797 - 1879) ;
from Zofingen, which emerged
betw. ~231st day after 1649'ish -
//164x.5 ("occupied by Bern", ~191st..) ,
//1652.8 ('reFORMismOP'),
one of the original hubs for the fabrication

of recently *here debunked "De bello Gallico",
which allegedly mentions Zofingen...


**xtra see Zofingen, linked to
'century|fakery'crewed -Hepto_OP ;
~259th day after 1649'ish

see also very first 'century|fakery-crew'ed ['mantissaTruman Newz'] @ :
The issue is that *this "bello gallico"-publication*
wasn't known to the public, until mentioned by
"Petrus Ramus" in his 'artificial latinIzed'
"Buch über Caesars Kriegswesen" ;
//1659.9
,
shortly followed by "William Shakespeare"
in the same year,
officially "inspired" by "Sir Thomas North"'s
version of 'plus timed™' "Plutarch" (//1657.9) ;
soon followed by the comedy "Helvetiogermani" (//1658.9)
by "Nicodemus Frischlin"

Instead the complete "De bello Gallico"
seems not to appear before
1740, 1783 etc.
One cover photo of //1659.2 [with no pages !],
seems to contradict the "Shakespeare"-source,
who could have organized this "original",
signed "Schmidtberger 1836" ;
[there is some Eva Brungardt Schmidtberger
born in 1836 in the "Russian Federation"]


compare with
Helvetian (adj.) ;
//1655.0

*Lausanne ;
emerged as "Bistum Lausanne" at around
//1653.6 ('reFORMIsmOP'),
strongly tied to "Erzdiözese Vienne" ;
~033th day after 1649'ish,
as part of german "Königreich Burgund"
also reflected by following 'historians' :

a)
"Pliny" //164x.9 ["Burgundiones"]
(published by "Johann and Wendelin of Speyer"),
//164x.2 ("Nicolas Jenson"),
"opposed" by "Niccolò Leoniceno" ;
//1650.9 etc. ;
opposable (adj.) ;
"1660s"

b)
"Ptolemäus" ;
first published around //1651.5 ("Almagestum"),
//1652.5 ('frenchIzed' "Geographia", Lyons),
//1655.3, 1656.1 ('italianIzed' "La Geographi di Claudio Tolomeo"),
//1656.2 ("Geographia", Venice),

c)
"Zosimos" ("Historia Nea"),
not published until [MDCLXXIX =] 1679 ;

...there was no Jungsteinzeit|(~early) stone age,
which is based on a fabrication from
1865,
on behalf of Sir John Lubbock in "Prehistoric Times" ;
an original "Baronet" aka "Baronetage von England",
bef. //1661.1,
introduced by 'fabricated personality'
"Jakob I. von England"
aka "König James I." (//1660.3 - //1662.5)

"Jakob I." was 'falseflagpainted' by
Antwerpian "Paulus van Somer"
aka "Paul van Somer" (//1657.7 – //1662.1) ;
see also "Holyrood Abbey" ;
~128th day after 1649'ish ;
summer (n.) ;
from Proto-Germanic "sumur-" ;
(Old germanSaxon, Old High German "sumar",
Old germanFrisian "sumur", German "Sommer"),
possibly an inspiration for fabricated culture
and 'minus timed™' "Sumer"|Sumerer,
based on the 'inscriptionCON', 'cuneiform_CON'

summer (v.) ;
as in "to pass the summer" ;
~450th day after 1649'ish

The related "Behistun-Inschrift" is based on some
'excavationSCAM' from 1802 by Georg Friedrich Grotefend,
"Klosterschule Ilfeld" (//1654.6) ;
see also Jules Oppert, who 1869 coined "Sumerisch“ ;
from "Universität Heidelberg" ;
~386th day after 1649'ish ;
Sumerian (adj.) ;
1874 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "Sumérien" ;
1872 ;
compare with "Akkadische Sprache"|Akkadian ;
1855 ;
percynne (persian) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from [germanFraenkisch] 'frenchIzed' "persien" ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
Parsee (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
Shiraz (n.) ;
as in alleged "elamite" wine
made in the district of Shiraz ;
bef. //1663.0

The 'cuneiform_CON' started at around
1670s ;
from 'frenchIzed' "cunéiforme" ;
//165x.x
;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
see 'frenchIzed' "forme", "fourme" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
inscription (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
Babylonian (n.) ;
//1656.0 ;
Babel ;
~390th day after 1649'ish
//1649.3 ;
earliest illustration of "Paris"
'century|fakery'crewed -'Hepdo_OP' (aka 'Hepto_OP')
Pt.2

"...meanwhile, compulsive U.S. tabloids, especially N.Y. POST
and NY DAILY NEWS, scripting the "WAR IN PARIS"
simulating a brown-blue color-manipulation
into the back and pushing more 9/11-keywords into the stories,
including cell phone talks during alleged hostage,
additionally mocking 'century|fakery' vocabulary..."

blue (v.) ;
bef. 1660 ;
burnish (v.)
from germanFrankish,
as in Old High German “brun” [polished, brown]
~300th day after 1649’ish ;
vocabulary ;
//1653.0


Back to underdocumented family “Hollande”
from german “Haus Habsburg”-controlled
“Burgundische Niederlande” (
//1652.2) ;
Media Puppet Francois H. is
linked to family of ’fabricated personality’
“Robert II, Duke of Burgundy” ;
~248th day after 1649’ish -
~306th day after 1649’ish ;
who also controlled “kingdom of Thessaloniki”
until his “death” ;
the “Burgundy” is a puppet state of
germanCarolingian “Grafschaft Valois”,
running since
~328th day after 1649’ish - //1658.9
artificially created “Könige von Frankreich”|Kings of France ;

“Burgundy” started as “Capetian House of Burgundy” ;
“Haus Capet” (emerged ~180th day after 1649’ish) ;
see also “castle of Pont d'Ain” ;
built before ~285th day after 1649’ish,
at around //1658.6 owned by “House of Savoy” ;
see also their “Rivoli Castle” ;
~280th day after 1649’ish ;

Among their successors is
“Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel” (1926 - 2013)
plus four children of Princess Tatiana of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg,
Mafalda of Hesse (1965 - ),
Heinrich Donatus of Hesse (1966 - , with 3 children),
Philippe Robin Hesse (1970, with 2 children),
Helen of Hesse (1967 - , with children) ;
“House of Hesse” emerged as
“Hesse-Darmstadt” (//1656.7 - 1918) ;
“Hesse-Homburg” (bef. //1662.2 - 1866) ;
“Hesse-Cassel” aka “Electorate of Hesse” (//1656.7 - 1866) ;
“Hesse-Rotenburg” (bef. //1662.7 - 1834) ;
“Hesse-Wanfried” (bef. //1662.7 - 1755) ;
“Hesse-Rheinfels” (bef. //1662.7 - 1754) ;
“Hesse-Philippsthal” (1685 - 1866) ;
“Hesse-Marburg” (//1656.7 “territory divided” bet. //1660.4
between “Hesse-Darmstadt” and “Hesse-Cassel”)
“Hesse-Rheinfels” (//1656.7 “territory divided” //1658.3
between “Hesse-Darmstadt”, “Hesse-Cassel” and “Hesse-Marburg”)

“Landgraviate of Hesse-Cassel” aka
“Landgrafschaft Hessen-Kassel”
existed //1656.7 - 1806, 1813 - 1766

other connections :

germanThuringia “Saxe-Weimar” (a “state of HRR”) ;
created at around //1657.2 (“Division of Erfurt”) ;
the “HRR” aka “the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation”
is active ~157th day after 1649’ish - 1806

“Landgrave of Thuringia” aka “Landgrafschaft von Thueringen” ;
~450th day after 1649’ish

“House of Wettin” ;
//164x.5

“Electorate of Saxony” (a “state of HRR”) ;
~356th day after 1649’ish - 1806 ;
based on “Duchy of Saxe-Wittenberg” aka
german “Herzogtum Sachsen-Wittenberg”
~260th day after 1649’ish -
~356th day after 1649’ish

“Duchy of Saxony” ;
~137th day after 1649’ish ;
occasionally controlling german “Lower Saxony”,
“North Rhine-Westphalia” , “Schleswig-Holstein”,
“Saxony-Anhalt” and parts of “Saxony”

“The Circle of the Lower Rhine Westphalia”
was founded //1650.0 ;
“Duchy of Westphalia” ;
~180th day after 1649’ish

compare with
“schwäbische Hohenzollern” ;
~095th day after 1649’ish

duchy (n.) ;
as in ”territory ruled by a duke or duchess" ;
~350th day after 1649’ish
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “duché” ;
~100th day after 1649’ish ;

‘artificially latinIzed’ ;
oddly as the *same word for
duke (n.) ;
originally as in ”sovereign prince" ;
~100th day after 1649’ish
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “duc” ;
~100th day after 1649’ish ;
‘artificially latinIzed’ (see “duchy”),
ousting “earl” ;
‘Angluish’ “eorl”,
as in "brave man, warrior, leader, chief" ;
from Proto-Germanic “erlo-z”

compare with
carl (n.) ;
as in ”bondsman, common man, man of low birth" ;
~300th day after 1649’ish

compare with
alleged “Hundertjähriger Krieg” aka
“Hundred Years War” aka
“Guerre de Cent Ans”,
between “England” and “France” ;
~337th day after 1649’ish
- //164x.3 ;
the earliest ‘century|fakery’-gig

“war-time” (n.), “perplex” (v.) ;
~390th day after 1649’ish ;
from Proto-Germanic “werz-a-“ ;
(Old germanSaxon “werran”, Old High German “werran”,
German “verwirren” [“to confuse” //1655.0] ;
complex (n.), complex (adj.) ;
1650s ;
co- ;
16xx

It’s not the first time,
that “french war” was fabricated, staged or contrived,
besides alleged ‘frenchIzed’ “100jähriger Krieg”,
there was :
“Französisch-Spanischer Krieg” (//1663.5 – //1665.9) ;
“Deutsch-Französischer Krieg” (1870 - 1871),
with basically ZERO ‘falseflagpainters’ or any other media

Also, “Révolution française” (1789 - 1799)
appears to be completely fabricated,
some ‘media|fakery’ fantasy mostly based on Salonnière
Claudine Alexandrine Guérin, Marquise de Tencin (1682 - 1749)
and Isabella d’Este (//164x.4 - //1653.9) ;
germanFränkisch “Este” controlled ‘iTALianIzed’ Ferrara
~240th day after 1649’ish – //1659.7 and
~288th day after 1649’ish – 1796
‘iTALianIzed’ Modena

Additionally, ‘excavationSCAM’-actor Napoleon
can be family traced back to
Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte (1663 – 1703)
and city Ajaccio, ignored by “geographer” “Ptolemy”,
who’s work isn’t available anyway until
“Almagestum” //1651.5,
with earlier notes by
“Joannes Regiomontanus”, “Giovanni Abiosi”,
“Georg von Peurbach” and Stephanus Roemer” ;
//1649.6 ;
“Ptomely” is first illustrated //1650.8
in “Margarita Philosophica” by “Gregor Reisch”

Ajaccio (//1649.2, Heraldry //1657.5 etc.)
is controlled by “Republic of Genoa”
aka “Serenissima Repubblica di Genova”,
active ~005th day after 1649’ish – 1797, 1814 – 1815 ;
most likely the first of 4 german fronts for
"KurBrandenburgsche Marine”,
opened to the public
1657

see also
'nu|chronology' of "france", ['frenchIzed']
((salt)) and ____ 'canal' shows, (why) humans are only 365+x years old
;
http://checkthis.com/whyhumansareonly365yearsold
"...explaining how humans are only 366+x years old
and exposing the misinformation that says otherwise..."



"...the first 1,600 years did not exist ;
sprache|langage started
~300th day after 1649'ish
(("lingual" (adj. ; 1640s))

...there is zero evidence on *any human activity
during the alleged first 1,600 years [of count 2,014]
...the wette|bet is still up :
It started all around 1649’ish incl. atheism (//1658.0),
dualism (~1689/1700 Thomas Hyde ; 1794),
racism (1652 ; *1684 Francois Berner, 1932),
terrorism (*//1652.0 ; 1794 ; 1795 ) and all other ‘bullshitivism’ (1915+)

Furthermore documented :
'angluish' (aka "english") is not a language,
but based on a former german preussen-brandenburg marine code ;

"...there *are no nations..!"

"...evolution peaks with dualism and televison on cell|fones..."
"...the most insano-update ever...^"
pre-premiering in Germany,
January 9th, 2015

'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed
™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
Chapter 12

...la calabria, i tell-valle'ya...


(for the impatient on "China",
please skip immediately to Chapter 17)

Since there either wasn't a 'minus timed™'
and 'plus timed
™'' "Roman Empire"
or *any greek speaking human,
there also wasn't any 'minus timed™' "italian" ;
eventually 'artificially latinIzed' and 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
at around ~400th day after 1649'ish ;
Italian (adj.) ;
1640s


Delay to 'GUTENBERG_CON' (//164x.0) ;
*here x.0 years
(instead of official ~190 years) ;

compare with italic ;
as in "italic [font] type"
bef. //1661.0 (adj.);
1670s (n.) ;
‘artificially latinIzed’ ;
so called because introduced //1650.1
by obscure publisher “Aldus Manutius” [“printer of Venice”] ;
earlier this word was used for the plain
style of handwriting ;
around //1657.0 ;
before “Gothic” was used (1640s)



"Calabria" started already 'OSMAN_OP' ;
the rest of italian's fabricated 'his|tory'
is sliced together with the origins of

[mining-] "Judikat Arborea" (//164x.9 - //164x.0)
aka "Giudicato di Arboréa" ;

[see heraldry below] ;
~005th day after 1649'ish ;
"Serenissima Repubblica di Genova",
most likely the first of 4 german fronts for
"KurBrandenburgsche Marine" ;
opened to the public
1657 ;

"Pisa" ;
~095th day after 1649'ish ;

'italianIzed' "Herzogtum Amalfi" ;
~104th day after 1649'ish ;
"Königreich Sizilien" ;
~131st day after 1649'ish ;
"Serenìsima Repùblica de Venessia" ;
~132nd day after 1649'ish ;
"Mailand"|Milano,
on behalf of "Lombardischer Städtebund" ;
~167th day after 1649'ish

"german Habsburg" ;
~273th day after 1649'ish ;
"Königreich Neapel" ;
~282th day after 1649'ish - 1860 ;
"Kingdom of Sardinia" ;
~324th day after 1649'ish - 1861 ;
Florenz|Florence ;
falsified //1652.0 by "Niccolò Machiavelli" ;
possibly based on "Arte della Lana"
and related "de'Medici"-family (//164x.7) ;
'iTALianIzed' Rom|Rome ("raginmund"|raymond)
possibly emerged shortly before //1652.7,
and *after first illustration //1649.0 ;
possibly ~476th day after 1649'ish

There wasn't any "Königreich Italien"
until 1861



'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed
' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
Chapter 13

...'nu|chronology of "anthropology" (n.) vol. 002
as in "science of the natural history of man" ;
//1659.0


possibly from -andra-|anderer ;
other (adj.) ;
'Angluish' "oþer" ["the second"] ;
as in "one of the two, other" ;
from Proto-Germanic "antharaz" ;
(Old germanSaxon "athar", Old germanFrisian "other",
Old High German "andar", German "ander") ;
Meaning "different" is ;
~250th day after 1649'ish

second (adj.) ;
as in "next after first" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "second", "secont" ;
second sight ;
from bef. //1661.0

sequent (adj.) ;
as in "following"
from around //1655.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "sequent" ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
sequent (n.) ;
//1658.0

sequel (n.) ;
as in "train of followers" ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "sequelle" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'later.0' (as in "youngest latin") 'artificially LatinIzed' ;
Meaning "consequence" ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
Meaning "story that follows and continues another" ;
from around //1651.0

["...converting etymology,
'his|torians' and 'falseflagpainters',
revealing 'century|fakery',
presenting 'nu|chronology'..."]


[cont.

...'nu|chronology of "anthropology" (n.) vol. 002 ]

...right after the very first humans,
a new subculture is born,
the "followers" :


follow (v.) ;
'Angluish' "folwen", "folgian",
"fylgian", "fylgan" ;
from Proto-Germanic "fulg-" ;
(Old germanSaxon "folgon", Old germanFrisian "folgia",
Old High German "folgen", German "folgen" ;
Meaning "come after in time" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
intransitive sense "come or go behind" ;
~250th day after 1649'ish ;
to follow one's nose ["go straight on"] ;
from around //1659.0 ;
Meaning "to keep up with mentally..." ;
from 1690s

following (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
original 'Angluish' "folgoð"


There was no culture of humans
in the alleged 'minus timed™' "minus time" ;
there was no 'minus timed™' "follower",
there isn't *any [dualistic] evidence for *any social interaction
between *any human in an alleged 'minus timed™' "minus time" ;

same to the following subcultures,
which didn't "exist" yet,
incl. the "closers", "consequencers"
"suers", "trailers" ^ etc...


close (v.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "clos-" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially LatinIzed' ;
slightly 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
from Old High German "sliozan" ["shut"],
German "schließen" ["to shut" Schlüssel "key"]
'Angluish' had "beclysan" ["close in"]
Meaning "draw near to" ;
from around //1652.0 ;
meaning "...come together" ;
from around //1655.0 ;
Close-fisted ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
close (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish

cover (n.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
of horses, as a euphemism for "copulate" ;
from around //1653.0 ;
Covered wagon;
1745

in ;
'Angluish' "in" ;
from Proto-Germanic "in" ;
(Old germanFrisian, German "in") ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
as an adjective ;
around //1659.0
sense of "holding power" ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
in-and-out "copulation" ;
from bef. //1661.0
//1654.8 ;
earliest illustration of a "Kloster"|cloister ;
"St. Paulin" (left) and "Reichsabtei St. Maximin" (middle),
nearby Trier, one of the oldest cities worldwide ;
by "Matthäus Merian" (//1659.3 - //1665.0) ;
see "Bistum Basel" ;
emerged betw. ~343rd day after 1649'ish -
1650 ("Merian"- illustration)
//1652.7 ('reFORMism_OP')

[cont.

...'nu|chronology of "anthropology" (n.) vol. 002 ]

recluse (n.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "reclus" ;
'later.0' 'artificially latinIzed' ;

closet (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "closet",
'artificially latinIzed' ;
sense of "small side-room for storage" ;
bef. //1661.0

cloister (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
cloister (n.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'Frenchized' "cloistre" ["monastery, enclosure"] ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
original 'Angluish' "clustor", "clauster" ;
from German "Kloster" ;
see also Polish "klasztor"


spur (v.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
original 'Angluish' "spyrian" ["follow the track of..."]

sue (v.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'Angluish-FrenchIzed' "suer",
'FrenchIzed' "suir", "sivre" ;
'artificially LatinIzed' ;
sense of "start a lawsuit against" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
see german "Verwe-ser" and "Fürweser" ;
"locum tenens" ;
tenant (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'Angluish-FrenchIzed' "tenaunt" ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "tenant" ["possessor"] ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
lawyer (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
law (n.) ;
in physics ;
1660s

consequence (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "consequence" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
sense of "importance" ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
from notion of being "pregnant with consequences" ;
inconsequent (adj.) ;
from around //1657.0

[by (being)] social (adj.) ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
as in "living with others" ;
from around //1656.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "social" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish
original 'Angluish' "secg" ;
sense of "characterized by friendliness or geniality" ;
from 1660s

extrinsic (adj.) ;
//1654.0

see also
lecture (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
meaning of "a discourse on a given subject
before an audience for purposes of instruction" ;
from around //1653.0 ;
lecture (v.) ;
around //1658.0
[cont.
...'nu|chronology of "anthropology" (n.) vol. 002 ]

trail (v.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "trailler", 'artificially LatinIzed' ;
transitive sense of "to tow or pull along the ground" ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
Meaning "move along, pass over" (a path, etc.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish

trace (v.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "tracier" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ;
'ItalianIzed'

ensue (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "ensu-" ;
'artificially latinIzed'

accompany (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "accompagner", "acompaignier" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
unaccompanied (adj.) ;
//1654.0

prosecute (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially LatinIzed' ;
Meaning "go into detail";
around //1653.0 ;
Meaning "bring to a court of law" ;
around //1657.0

tail (v.) ;
//1652.0

warning (n.) ;
'Angluish' "warnung" ;
warn (v.) ;
as in "to give notice [to someone] of impending danger" ;
'Angluish' "warnian" ;
from Proto-Germanic "war-non" ;
(Old High German "warnon") ;
see
weir (n.) ;
'Angluish' "wer" ;
from Proto-Germanic "wer-jon-" ;
Old germanFrisian "were", Old High German "wari",
German Wehr ["defense, protection"] ;

see
dam (n.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
from Proto-Germanic "dammaz" ;
(Old germanFrisian "damm", German "Damm") ;
dam as in "animal mother" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
variant of "dame" ;
dam (v.) ;
~490th day after 1649'ish
fence (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
sense of "enclosure"
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
as in "fight with [swords]" ;
around //1659.0
fencer (n.) ;
as in "swordsman" ;
//1657.0

closure (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "closure" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'later.0' 'artificially latinIzed' ;

hedge (n.) ;
'Angluish' "hecg",
originally any fence, living or artificial ;
from West Germanic "khagja" ;
(Old High German "hegga", German "Hecke") ;
sense of "plying one's trade under a hedge",
as in "hedge-priest", "hedge-lawyer", "hedge-wench" ;
from around //1653.0

enclosure (n.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
Meaning "that which is enclosed" ;
//1655.0 ;
enclose (v.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "enclos" ;
specific sense of "to fence in waste or common ground",
or to give it to private owners ;
//1650.0

compare with
un- ;
from Proto-Germanic "un-" ;
(Old germanSaxon, Old germanFrisian,
Old High German, German "un-") ;
'GREEK_OP'ed ;
as in "uncalled-for" ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
"undreamed-of" ;
bef. //1663.0 ;
"uncome-at-able" ;
1690s

see
not ;
~250th day after 1649'ish ;
naught (n.) ;
'Angluish' "nawiht" ["nothing"] ;
from Old germanSaxon "neowiht", Old High German "niwiht" ;
In arithmetic, as in "the figure zero" ;
from 1640s

ante
followed 1838 (n.) ;
original 'Angluish' "and-" ["against"],
German "ent-" ["along, against"]


shut (v.) ;
'Angluish' "scyttan" ;
from West Germanic "skutjan" ;
(Old germanFrisian "schetta") ;
Meaning "to close by folding or bringing together" ;
~350th day after 1649'ish ;
shut up (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
shutter (n.) ;
//1654.0
//1657.4 ;
earliest cartrography of "Australia" aka "NeuHolland" ;
"Nicholas Vallard"


*here biw aksi ;Austrakia; geannt , see 11:31 ref,LL LL "|2016
'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed
' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
Chapter 14


...so what about "Australia" ?

There was no "Kreidezeit"|cretaceous period ;
'minus timed™' -145 million years ;
this was fabricated 1822 by "geologist"
Jean Baptiste Julien d'Omalius d'Halloy ;
from "Jardin des Plantes" (bef. //1662.6) ;
"Académie royale des Sciences,
des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique" (1769) ;
compare with
"geologische Paläo-Geographie“ ;
1875 (Ami Boué) ;
geology (n.) ;
1735 ;
cretaceous (adj.) ;
as in "chalky" ;
1670s

The so called "Mungo Man"
is based on some 'excavationSCAM' from 1974 ;
"Mungo Lady" is from 1969,
based on some 'excavationSCAM'
at Lake Mungo, New South Wales ;
the latter "discovered" 1770 ;
possibly known since
~292nd day after 1649'ish
as "Groß-Java“ ("Jave la Grande“)

Australia was first "discovered" as late as
//1660.6 "Willem Jansz" ;
//1660.6 "Luiz Váez de Torres" ;
//1661.6 "Dirk Hartog" ;
//1661.9 "Frederick de Houtman" ;
//1664.4 "Abel Tasman" ;
1696 Willem de Vlamingh
etc.

see also
"A note of Australia del Espíritu Santo,
written by Sir Richard Hakluyt" (bef. //1662.5)

There isn't *any evidence,
that the "Aborigines" are older than 366+x years,
same to "Tasmanian Aborigines"
and inhabitants of //1652.6 named "(New) Guinea"

//1649.3 ;
earliest cartography of Carthage ;
by master 'fabricated personality'
"Hartmann Schedel" (//164x.0 - //1651.4) ;
from Nürnberg|Nuremberg ;
possibly emerged betw. ~130th day after 1649'ish -
//1649.3 (illustration in "Schedelsche Weltchronik"),
//1651.2 ("Wappen der Scheurl und Tucher")


Punic (adj.) ;
as in "pertaining to Carthage" ;
//1653.0 ;
Phoenician (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "phenicien",
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
Phoenician (adj.) ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
adjectif ;
~300th day after 1649'ish



'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed
' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
chapter 15

...so what about "africa" ["...a free cafe...colony"] ?


see
the "Homo (Sapiens)"-CON is based on Linnaeus, 1758 ;
the "Out of Africa"-theory is from the 1980s,
close to the conditioner-movie-show "ROOTS" (1977) ;
see also root (n.)|wurz ;
"figurative use" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish

Africa,
originally 'frenchIzed'
isn't older than 366+x years

see also
MONSTERS OF AFRICA
http://checkthis.com/sohumansareonly365xyearsold
"...oddly only a few, incl. 108 Asanbosam,
a kind of vampire
based on reports from
Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and Togo..."

unfortunately for the 'century|fakery'-crews,
related 'minus timed™' "Songhai-Reich"
is partly based on 'fabricated personality'
"Abu Abd Allah Muhammad al-Idrisi al-Hasani al-Sabti Al-Hashimi"
aka "Al Idrisi" (~099th.. ~165th..) ;
some alleged 'his|torian',
from fabricated nation 'Arabia|arabisc,
though his work wasn't published before
1883, 1892 (Michael Jan de Goeje in Leiden)


possibly related occupied island|continent -yet.no.name-
emerged
~100th day after 1649'ish
soon controlled by "Mali-Reich"
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
restablished their "power" ;
//164x.5 – //1649.2 ;
then 'islamOP'ed via
"Askiya-Dynastie" (//1649.3 – //1659.1) ;
the idea of a continent (n.)
started at around //1655.0

"Kingdom of Aksum"
seems to be one of the other
earliest establishment in today's Africa ;
~325th day after 1649'ish -
~960th day after 1649'ish ;
see also "Map of the Periplus",
in "Theatrum orbis terrarum" by "Abraham Ortelius" ,
//1659.7


around //1649.0
the "Songhai" get 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ;
then 1698 'frenchIzed' ;
"Songhai" with "St. Louis" ;- 1704

The "Songhai"-reich is basically introduced with
the "Songhaichroniken" from "al-Saadi" (1655)

and "Tarikh al-Fattash" by "Mahmud al-Kaati/Ibn al-Mukhtar"
as in "Vasall von Marokko" //1659.1 - 1660 ;
the "Songhai"-culture was additionally falsified
in 'his|tory' books from 1898, 1900
"Malireich" ;
129 results at tineye, for an alleged map from
~375th day after 1649'ish


Another original -yet.no.name-africa-culture,
is "Reich von Ghana"
see "Chroniken von Timbuktu,
dem Ta'rikh al-Sudan und dem Ta'rikh al-Fattash" ;
1650 ;
additionally falsified by
"Abu Ubaid Abdullah ibn Abdulaziz ibn Muhammad al-Bakri",
not published before
1858 - 1859, 1913 [Paris], 1965 ;
on behalf of Baron de Slane William McGuckin (1801 - 1878),
"Société Asiatique" (1822)
see also 'ISLAM_OP', 'KORAN_OP',
based on 'ORIENTalismOP' ;
//1655.1 - //1663

Koran_OP starts (after Dschahiliyya"|Epoche der „Unwissenheit) :
masked as some "trans|lation"
1659 (Al-Koranum Mahumedanum ; by german "Salomon Schweigger"
) allegedly based on some
'iTALianized' version of //1654.7 ("Andrea Arrivaben",
sic : an anagram of "n Arab arrive..ndr")
//1659.5 The Kaaba|Die Kaaba is 'falseflagpainted' by "unknown author"
//1663.0 [o:"16|30"] cube Kaaba, [masked as] [re]construction is finished
1698 Louis aka "Ludovico Maracci" (//1661.2-1700) is authoring a '(late') 'latinized' version of Quran
1734 george sale (english version)
1924 royal egypt version

compare with
"green peril"-psyOP (1993)
vs. "alQuaida" (2001)
vs. cyberworld 'media|fakery'-version
"ISIS" (2013, 2014)
vs. german "anti-muslim movement"
PEGIDA (2014)
vs. germanfränkisch 'frenchIzed'
Charlie Hebdo-falseFLAG (2015) ;
all related to 'nu|chronology' of 'panicOP'
(since "panique" ~400th day after 1649'ish)

see also ‘ISLAM_trauma actors’ :

1964 Cassius Clay Jr. (“Nation of Islam”),
based on “Moorish Science Temple“ (1913) ;
1975 “Muammar al-Gaddafi” (Jimi Hendrix) - “Grüne Buch” ;
1977 'GREEK_OP'ed Steven Demetre Georgiou aka Cat Stevens,
see Cyprus (//164x.8),
"
Ritterlicher Orden Sankt Johannis vom Spital zu Jerusalem",
~099th day after 1649'ish,

"Königreich Zypern" (~191st day after 1649'ish),
based on germanFraenkisch “Haus Anjou-Plantagenêt”
,
see "Grafschaft Anjou",
who resembled “Könige von England”
~154th day after 1649’ish -
~399th day after 1649’ish - //164x.5

"Konzil von Ephesos" (~431st day after 1649'ish) ;
1989 Salman Rushdie
etc.


("....'frenchIzed' was introduced
for war language all along....)
16xx
"Seku Wattara" introduces "Stadtstaat Kong" ;
1712+
"Stadtstaat Kong" is allegedly attacking "Segu"
aka "Ségou-Koro" (Old Ségou), "Ségou-Bougou",
"Ségou-Koura" (New Ségou) and "Ségou-Sikoro" ;
1725
"Stadtstaat Kong" is allegedly attacking the Niger

"Königreich Bondoukou" ;
//164x.x


"Königreich Gyaman"
;
//165x.x
aka "Jamang" ;
//164x.0 - 1895 ;
on behalf of "Abron", a branch of the "Akan",
located in what is now "Ghana" and "Côte d'Ivoire",
eventually confronting the Kulangos, Nafanas,
Ligbis, Hwelas, and others

"Königreich Adansi" emerged at around
//1655.0

"Königreich Akwamu" ;
bef. //1660.0 - 1730 ;
in today's "Ghana", "Benin" and "Togo",
the latter cartographed 1725 (Hermann Moll) ;
part of "Deutsches Reich" (1884)

"Königreich Gyaman" ;
emerged ~1690 from "Königreich Banda" ;
emerged //164x.x ,
based on "Accania-Reich" ;
//1655.5

The "Kong Empire" (Kpng Empire) didn't emerge
before 1710 – 1898
Islamwissenschaft|Islamic Studies
started as late as with
Dschamal ad-Din al-Afghani (1837 – 1897) ;
on behalf of some PR stunt of
"Académie française" (bef. //1663.5) ;
Sayyid Muhammad ibn Safdar al-Husaini (1838 - 1897) ;
Muhammad Abduh (1849 – 1905) ;
Raschid Rida (1865 – 1935) ;
Wilhelm Hoenerbach (1911 - 1991) ;
Maurice Delafosse (1912, "Haut-Senegal Niger...") ;
Henri Laoust (1939)
etc.


Also the "Scythians" (n.) are not older than //1654.0,
incl. their related nomads "Saken" etc. ;
nomad (n.) ;
//1655.0 ;
see also Numidia (Africa) and
"Koenigreich von Hotan" (soon tied to 'ORIENTalismOP')

finally compare with 'nu|etymology'
African (adj.) ;
//1656.0 ;
emir (n.) ;
//1659.0 ;
caliphate (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
caliph (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649’ish ;
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “caliphe”
also "algalife" ;
~100th day after 1649’ish
re 'SPAN|uishOP'

"...possibly the word “Al-Andalus” is a hint on an insider parody
on the fabricated germanic “Vandalen”,
Wendel-sæ/Mediterranean..."

The 'islamOP'ed “Umayyads”, among them “Uqba ibn Nafi”,
are furthermore responsible for the name “Ifriqiya”,
~662nd day after 1649’ish
;
originally for today’s regions of Tunisia,
Algeria and East Tripolitania,
later for the whole continent
(‘Angluish’ “Affrike”, from german “the Franks” ?) ;
Tripoli was ’SPAN|uishOP’ed //1651.0
and ‘OSMAN_OP’ed //1655.1


see also “possible chronology of all "african" artificial nations”
at
http://checkthis.com/sohumansareonly365xyearsold

a'fri'ca v.003

...
Earliest illustration/cartography //1649.2 by "Hartmann Schedel"
in "Das ander alter der Werlt", spelled "Affrica"
incl. "Ethiopia" and "Carthago", neighboured by
"Arabia" and "Hierusalem"

...
incl. "Reich von Aksum" (~170th day after 1649'ish) ;
"Doppelkönigtum Kanem-Bornu" (~290th day after 1649'ish) ;
"Reich von Ghana" (//16xx.x),
"Malireich" (~352nd day after 1649'ish) ;
"Königreich Abron" (16xx.x) ;
"Königreich Banyarwanda" aka "Königreich Ruanda" (~350th day after 1649'ish – 1962)
"Reich Songhai" (~375th day after 1649'ish) ;

"Königreich Maravi" (//164x.0) ;
"Reich von Groß-Simbabwe" (//1650.6) ;
"Mutapa" (//1650.0), Changamire (//166x.x) ;
"Bornureich" (after //1656.4, //1659.6) ;
followed soon by 'ISLAM_OP' ;
earliest 'SPAN|uishOP' [incl. port.v.] :
//164x.2. //164x.5, //164x.2 ("Diogo Cão"),
//164x.8 ("Bartolomeu Diaz") , //1649.8 ("Vasco da Gama") ;
'Angluish' fronts since //1655.3 ;
South Africa (*1652, "dutch")

oldest :
Mauretanien|Mauritania
(~046th day after 1649'ish - ~147th day after 1649'ish)

Ethiop (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
originally part of "Aksumitisches Reich" ;
~170th day after 1649'ish ;
tied to "Königreich Shoa" ;
~270th day after 1649'ish ;

Tunesien|Tunisia (~159th day after 1649'ish ;
see also "Almohaden") ;
Eritrea (of "Aksumitisches Reich" ~170th day after 1649'ish ; 'OSMAN_OP'ed //1655.5) ;
Libyen|Libya (possibly ~190th day after 1649'ish ; "Septimius Severus") ;
Egypt (~200th day after 1649'ish ; "Septimius Severus") ;

Tschad|Chad (via "Kingdom of Kanem-Bornu"
~221th day after 1649'ish – ~259th day after 1649'ish) ;
Sierra Leone (//164x.0 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Sambia|Zambia (originally w. "Bantu" ; //164x.0) ;
Ghana (//164x.1 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Liberia (//164x.1 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Equatorial Guinea ('SPAN|uishOP'ed //164x.1) ;
Angola (ex-"Khoisan" and "Königreich Kongo" ; 'SPAN|uishOP'ed after //164x.3)

Marokko|Morocco (~429th day after 1649'ish ; //1649.2 tied to 'SPAN|uishOP') ;

Senegal (ex-"Ghana-Reich" and "Almoraviden" ; //164x.4 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Somali Land (emerged //164x.5 - //1657.7, linked to "Sultanat Adal") ;
(Saudi) Arabia (//164x.6, //1650.0, //1651.7 'OSMAN_OP'ed) ;
Guinea-Bissau (//164x.6 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Namibia (//164x.6 'SPAN|uishOP'ed) ;
Kap Verde|Cape Verde (//164x.6 or //164x.8) ;
République du Cameroun|Kamerun (originally tied to "Sultanate Bornu" ~203th..)

Tansania (originally tied to "Suaheli"|Swahili ; //1649.8 - //1650.6 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ) ;
Madagascar (//1650.0 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ; originally tied to the "Vazimba") ;
Benin (originally part of "Königreich Dahomey" *1650), earlier "Adja",
//1655.0 "Fon-Königreich Allada" ;

etc..

for all other "african nations",
i.e. nigeria, gambia, guinea, syria**, libanon,
all came after ~200th day after 1649'ish,
check
http://checkthis.com/sohumansareonly365xyearsold
a'fri'ca v.003

** "syrien" was only mentioned in 'nT_CON' (//1651.6),
"Assyrien" in "OT", first 5 chapters of Mose (//164x.3) ;
Mosaical ;
around //1656.0 ;
Mosaic ;
1660s
bef. //1661.2 ;
earliest 'cartography' of Naples ;
by "Barent Langenes" ;
associated with "Petrus Bertius" (//1656.5 – //1662.9) ;
responsible for "Geographia" of alleged "ancient"
"Ptolemy" (based on "Mercator"'s edition from //1657.8)



'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
chapter 16

...wadda'bout Neapel|Naples vs. 'Koine-GREEK' ?



Naples aka Neapel
had no 'minus timed™' years and humans ;
originally named "Pithekoussai",
this 'GREEK_OP'ed falsification
came from 'plus timed™' "Pliny the Elder",
his work isn't published until
//164x.9 ("Johann and Wendelin of Speyer"),
//164x.2 ("Nicolas Jenson"),
then "opposed" by "Niccolò Leoniceno" ;
//1650.9 "De Erroribus Plinii" ;
bef. //1664.6 in "Pseudodoxia Epidemica"
by "Sir Thomas Browne"

Naples was also mentioned by "Strabon" ;
his work isn't published until
//164x.9, //1651.6, //1658.7 ("Isaac Casaubon")
see also
"Polybios",
starting with //1654.8 ff. ;
first 'Angluish'ed //1656.8 ("Christopher Watson")

There also couldn't have been any
'minus timed™' "Koine Greek",
the only source is the so called
"Septuagint" (bef. //1663.0),
earlier only known as a word
for the "translators collectively" (//1657.0) ;
"Koine Greek" was also described as
"the Alexandrian dialect",
which was additionally falsified by
Georgios Nicolaou Hatzidakis (1843 – 1941),
the "father of linguistics in Greece",
"University of Athens" (1837)

[re: "Septuagint" ;
already 1684 the related "Aristeasbrief"
was mocked as a forgery ("Humphrey Hody"),
"opposed" by "Isaac Vossius" (//1661.8 – //1668.9) ;
"Septuagint" is furthermore based on several 'excavationSCAM's
incl. "Papyrus 967" (1931),
"Schriftrollen vom Toten Meer" (1947 - 1956)
or obscure "findings" as in
"Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209" //164x.8, //164x.5,
"Codex von Aleppo" ("damaged" since 1947)
and protected "Codex Leningradensis" (see "Zaluski-Bibliothek" 1736) ;
the related "masoretischer Text" (MT) isn't known until
betw. ~900th day after 1649'ish - //1652.0,
see also "Jakob Ben Chajim" - "Zweite Rabbinerbibel"
aka "Bombergiana" //1652.4
//1655.2
‘iTALianIzed’ “Marco Antonio Giustiniani”,
in “competition” with “Daniel Bomberg”, see above
“Zweite Rabbinerbibel” aka “Bombergiana” ;
“Giustiniani”’s //0002.6 years younger edition includes
prophetic books and the "writings"

compare with
competition (n.) ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
‘artificially LatinIzed’ ;
rabbi (n.) ;
~490th day after 1649’ish ;
‘artifcially latinIzed’, ‘GREEK_OP’ed ;
rabbinic ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
rabbinical (adj.) ;
bef. //1662.0 ;
rabbinate (n.) ;
1702
//1659.2 ;
earliest 'cartography' of Kreta|Crete ;
by 'fabricated personality'
"Abraham Ortelius" (//1652.7 - //1659.8) ;
from Antwerp (betw. //164x.0 Burgund, //164x.7 Habsburg) ;
compare with
wharf (n.) ;
'Angluish' "hwearf" ;
from Proto-Germanic "hwarfaz" ;
(Middle Low German "werf" ["mole, dam], German "Werft") ;
shore (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish



Also alleged 'minus timed™' Crete,
first emerged as "Emirate of Crete", not before
~824th day after 1649'ish ;

allegedly based on 'fabricated personality'
"Abu Hafs Umar ibn Shuayb al-Iqritishi" ;
oddly their empire "fell" against "the Rus"

Crete was partly shared with the "Genoese"
and the "Venetians"
since ~212th day after 1649'ish - 1669,
then 'OSMAN_OP'ed

The 'his|tory' of "Koine Greek"
was additionally falsified by alleged "ancient"
"Apollonius Dyscolus", an early "Greek grammarian" ;

see
Émile Egger - "Apollonius Dyscole" (1854),
from "des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres" (1663) ;
see also "on adverbs, on conjunctions, and on pronouns..." (1878),
"Grammatici Graeci, pars secunda, voluminis primi fasc. I" (1878) ;
Leopold Cohn - "Apollonios" in "Paulys Realencyclopädie..." (1895) ;
Eduard Schwyzer - "Griechische Grammatik:
auf der Grundlage von Karl Grugmanns Griechischer Grammatik..." (1939)

The other "Koine Greek"-promoter
was alleged "ancient" "Aelius Herodianus" ;
however the source seems to peak with
"Promptuarium Herodiani, seu index Herodiani absolutissimus",
not pulished before 1662,
by "Balthasar Scheidt" (//1661.4 - 1670) ;
also responsible for a "Talmud",
the central text of "Judaism" (1736) ;
see also
Karl Brugmann - "...Grundriss der vergleichenden Grammatik
der indogermanischen Sprachen"|“Outline of the Comparative Grammar
of the Indo-Germanic Languages” (1886 - 1893) ;
together with Berthold Delbrück, 'SANSKRIT_OP' ;
Carl Darling Bucl - "Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin" (1933)

compare with
"Lexical Guide to POLYGLOT BIBLES.." (bef. //1661.2 by "Valentin Schindler") ;
"Historical Context of the NEW Testament" (bef. //1664.5 by "John Lightfoot") ;
"The Complete Works of Josephus" (1691, in Greek and Latin) ;
"Mateh Dan" (1701, written in Hebrew with parallel Spanish text) ;
"Ebraeo-Chaldaicarum..." (1734, by Christian Nold)
etc.

see also
"Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities" (1842) ;
"Dictionary of Greek and
Roman Biography and Mythology" (1844, 1849) ;
"Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography" (1854, 1856)

Another fabricated lie is the claim,
that 'minus timed™' "Ptolemy II Philadelphus"
wanted a 'trans|lation' "from greek",
"Pliny the elder" mentions him,
but not the alleged "translation" ;
the related source seems to peak with
"A History of Egypt under the Ptolemaic Dynasty" (1899),
on behalf of Sir John Pentland Mahaffy (1839 –1919),
some "polymathic scholar" ;
Mahaffy also edited the "Petrie papyri" (1891, 1893, 1905) ;
on behalf of "University Philosophical Society" (1683) ;
compare with
polymath (n.) ;
bef. //1662.0 ;
'GREEK_OP'ed ;
mathematic (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish
'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
chapter 17

...wadda'bout skipping back into 'minus timed™' -500 years ?


According to 'his|torians',
the "chinese" lived in the 'minus timed™' years ;
i.e. 'minus timed™' -500 years ;
occasionally they met the "Seleukiden"|Seleucids,
though oddly this is a term not known until 1805

Most important source reg. 'minus timed™'
chinese was 'his|torian' "Polybios",
however his work wasn't published until
//1652.2, //1653.0, //1654.2, //1654.8 (see above),
//1655.2, //1656.8, //1659.7, //1663.3,
//1663.4, 1669, 1670 etc.) ;

//1654.8 !

Also there was no 'minus timed™'
"Königreich von Makedonien",
which is based on the very same source "Polybios"


Same to 'minus timed™' "Buddha",
related "Shakya"-references start in 1926
with Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys Davids ;
"School of Oriental and African Studies" (1916) ;
"Pali Text Society" (1881),
founded by Thomas William Rhys Davids,
a close associate of 'SANSKRIT_OP'-supporter
Adolf Friedrich Stenzler (1807 – 1887)
Another reference, the "Kharosthi script",
"deciphered" by James Prinsep (1799 – 1840),
is based on 'excavationSCAM's, on behalf of
Sir Alexander Cunningham (Bengal Engineer Group, 1803)
and "Archaeological Survey of India" (1784)

Alleged "biographies" of "Buddha"
include "Buddhacarit" ;
source peaks with 'trans|lation' of "Samuel Beal" (1883) ;
"Mahavastu" (1949 - 1956),
"Lalitavistara Sutra" (1983),
"Nidanakatha" (2004) ;
Beal came from "Trinity College, Cambridge" (//1654.6),
a strong hint, that he was close to the originators
of the idea of "Buddha", possibly not older than
Buddha (n.) ;
1680s ;
possibly based on early accounts by
"Emperor Go-Mizunoo" (bef. //1662.3 ;
"revival of the mishuho") ;
needless to say,
no "Boudhist", "Bauddhist" or "Buddhist" (n.)
until 1801, 1810


'minus timed™' "Konfuzius"|Confucius ;
the name doesn't really seem to pick up in literature until
1837, though already published in some
'artificial latinIzed' work of 1687,
by some "jesuits in China" ;
known as "Confucius Sinarum Philosophus",
on behalf of "Matteo Ricci" (//1655.2 – //1661.0)
and "Michele Ruggieri" (//1654.3 - //1660.7),
on behalf of "Society of Jesus" (//1654.0) ;
additionally falsified by Homer H. Dubs in
"The political career of Confucius" (1946)
"...was 'Adam Ries|'A. R'i[e]s TOT'les'
from Hochstift Bamberg
the *real 'fabricated personality' Pythagoras ?
//1649.2 - //1655.9)

see also
python (n.) [not mentioned in BIBLE] ;
//1658.0 ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed


'minus timed™' "Pythagoras" ;
some fabrication on behalf of :

a)
"Aristotle"|Aristoteles ;
most of his work not published until
"Opera Ominia" (//1649.5, by "Aldus Manutius") ;

"Nicomachean Ethics" (//1656.6) ;
"Aristotle's Politiques" ('frenchIzed' //1659.6,
//1659.8 'Angluish' version by "Adam Islip") ;
"Rhetorica" (bef. //1661.9, "J. Goulston") ;
"Poetica" (bef. //1662.3, "Thomas Snodham")

see also "Jean Barbier" with "Viatorium utriusque iuris",
published by "Johann Pruss" (//1649.3),
with some "excerpts from Aristotle",
"underlined in red" ;
other "Aristotle"-books follow in 1710

the life of "Aristotle" was additionally falsified in
"Sophistical Refutations and beginning of Physics" (1831) ;
"Aristoteles Pseudepigraphus" (1863)
etc.

b)
"Plato"|Plato ;
//164x.4 (by 'italianIzed' "Marsilio Ficino"),

//1657.8 ('frenchIzed' "Henri Estienne's edition",
including parallel Greek and Latin) ;
alleged "original manuscripts"
obtained by "Oxford University" in 1809

c)
"Herodotus"|"Herodot",
not published or reflected until
//1649.4, //1650.2

on behalf of "Lorenzo Valla"
;
followed
//1653.8 //1661.4
on behalf of “Alexander Guagnini”

d)
"Iamblichus" ;
source seems to peak with
Theophil Kießling - "On the Pythagorean Way of Life" (1816)

e)
"Xenophanes ;
source peaks with E. Zeller -
"Die Philosophie der Griechen" (1856)

f)
"Porphyry" ;
not illustrated until //165x.x ;
extreme vague sources on any publication ;
additionally falsified by Macarius Magnes (1876)
and K. Kalbfleisch in "Ad Gaurum" (1895)

g)
"Isocrates" ;
partly linked to some 'excavationSCAM'
from 1897 ("Papyrus Oxyrhynchus")

h)
"Heraclitus" ;
source peaks with Arthur Fairbanks -
"The First Philosophers of Greece" (1898)

i)
"Diogenes Laërtius" ;
source seems to peak with
R. D. Hicks - "Lives of Eminent Philosophers" (1925)
//1650.8 ;
earliest "Zarathustra"-hype
and 'earthSHAPE_CON'
by 'falseflagpainter' "Raffael" ;
linked to 'House of Montefeltro" ;
~226th day after 1649'ish


'minus timed™' "Zarathustra" ;
original sources peak with
already debunked "Pliny the Elder" ;
//164x.9 ("Johann and Wendelin of Speyer"),
//164x.2 ("Nicolas Jenson"), then "opposed"
//1650.9 by "Niccolò Leoniceno" and
//1664.6 by "Sir Thomas Browne" ("Pseudodoxia Epidemica") ;
another well known edition is printed //1649.9 ("Johannes Alvisius")
and 1669 ;
his name also shows up in
"Nuremberg Chronicle" (//1649.3)
other earliest "statements" on "Pliny"
are done by "Sir Thomas Browne" ;
bef. //1664.3 ;
see Zoroastrian (adj.) ;
1743



related 'minus timed™'
"Etrusker"|etruscans
aka "Etruria" are based on a fabrication
;
"Kingdom of Etruria" followed 1801 - 1807 ;
see also 'excavationSCAM's
"Agramer Mumienbinde" (1849) ;
"Goldbleche von Pyrgi" (1964) ;
"Tabula cortonensis" (1992) ;
the "etrurian" culture is a fabrication,
based on a time period from //164x.1 - //1650.2
and the following 'his|torians'
incl. their "delayed" publications :


a)
"Plutarch" -"Sulla" ;
//164x.1,
//1655.9 'frenchIzed' by "Jacques Amyot",
//1657.2 ("Moralia"), //1657.9 'Angluish' by "Thomas North",
//1660.3 by "Philemon Holland"

b)
"Herodotus"|"Herodot",
not published or reflected until //1649.4, //1650.2

on behalf of "Lorenzo Valla"

c)
"Sallust" ;
//164x.0
(in Venedig, "responded" by "Angelo Poliziano",
//164x.4 - //1649.4)

d)
"Appian"
- "Historia Romana",
//164x.7 ("Erhard Ratdolt")

e)
"Velleius Paterculus" ;
not published until //1652.0 ;
followed by others from "Justus Lipsius",
"Jan Gruter", "Nikolaes Heinsius dem Älteren"
and "Pieter Burman der Ältere"


SinologySinologie is actually a german science,
which started at around 1829 – 1831
,
when 'ORIENTalismOP'-supporter Carl Friedrich Neumann
obtained in Guangzhou 12.000 chinese books,
which he shipped to Germany ;
see also german colonies in "Asia",
incl.
Hanauisch-Indien (1669) [//1649.8 “Parias”, ill. 1683 as "Guiane"]
Kiautschou (1898 - 1914),
Qungdao (1898 - 1919),
Deutsch-Samoa (1900 - 1914)


The name of the science is
apparently based on the "Qin-Dynastie",
though only 'minus timed™' 207 - 221 years ;
it should have been at least 'ZHOUology',
based on ZHOU ;
'minus timed™' 256 - 1100 years ;
which was known since
"24 Dynastiegeschichten" from 1775,
"based on" 'his|torian' "Sima Qian" in "Shiji”,
the first of “24 Dynastiegeschichten”


"Guangzhou" aka "Kanton" aka "Chu Ting"
is allegedly 'minus timed™' as well and linked to
"Nanyue-Königreich", which possibly didn't emerge much
before 1711, when occupied by "Britische Ostindien-Kompanie"


The 'minus timed™' 'his|tory' of China
is mostly falsified with 'fabricated personality' and author "Quan Sun",
first reflected in "Chroniken der Drei Reiche"|Records of the Three Kingdoms,
by 'plus timed
' "Chen Shou" ;
possibly ~233rd day after 1649'ish ;
however "Quan Sun"'s work isn't really published,
until it is turned into some novel known as
"Die Geschichte der Drei Reiche"|"Romance of the Three Kingdoms" ,
by "Luo Guanzhong" (~330th day after 1649'ish - //164x.0),
followed by his "Die Geschichte der drei Reiche
und Die Räuber von Liang-Schan-Moor"|
"The Story of the Three Kingdoms
and The Raiders of Liang Shan-Moor"


The alleged "Zhou-Dynastie" did not exist,
'minus timed™' 770 -1122 years,
same to "Qín-Dynastie";
'minus timed™' 207 - 221 years
or "Han-Dynastie" ;
'minus timed™' 206 years until
'plus timed™' 220 years ;
on this 'plus timed™' HAN later below...
'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
Chapter 18

...so what about chinese fonts ?



Bringing back the missing "grammar"-issue ;
starting with "Hanyu Pinyin",
which was oddly introduced
as late as 1957 ;
replacing "Zhuyin" (1921)

Font character lexica from the
"Ming-Dynastie"|Ming Dynasty
are from bef. //1661.5 ("Zihui") and
1671 ("Zhengzi tong"),
which closes some extreme gap
after //1649.0 :
when "Bi Sheng"'s "fragile clay types got allegedly "improved" ;
(see NORTHERN SONG ;
see below "vietnamese")


The "Kangxi-Wörterbuch" is from 1710 - 1716 (on behalf of Zhang Yus) ;
character dictionary "Shuowen jiezi" is from 1716 ;
"Funfsprachenspiegel" is not older than 1750s (under the Quing-dynasty) ;
dictionary "Hanyu Da Cidian" is from 1911 (Luo Zhufeng) ;
"Ciyuan" is from 1915 (Commercial Press) ;
"Bopomofo" aka "Zhuyin Fuhao" was introduced 1918 ;
"Mathews’ Chinese-English Dictionary" is from 1932 ;
"Cihai" is from 1936 (Shu Xincheng) ;
first botany dictionairy "Zhiwuxue da cidian" is from 1938 ;
"Xinhua Zidian" is from 1953 ;
"Citong" (1985)
etc.

Other references,
the "Ganlu zishu",
included in "Longkan Shoujian" from the "Liao dynasty" ;
at around ~125th day after 1649'ish ;
seems to peak with some edition from 1985

Alleged Siegelschrift|seal font "Zhuànshu"
is linked to some 'excavationSCAM'
from 1899 at Anyang ("oracle bone") ;
see also Mawangdui (1972) ;
oracle (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "oracle" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed'
antiquity context ;
//164x.x

The "Kaishu script",
though pretty underdocumented,
is theoretically first used between
~420th day after 1649'ish -
~589th day after 1649'ish,
though some "original manuscript"
shows up as late as under
"Boying Zhang" (1871 - 1949)

The "historical kana orthography"
is actually japanese and wasn't
introduced until 1946

"Hangeul" aka "Hangul"
isn't older than //164x.3
and linked to "korean" 'his|tory',
on behalf of "Hall of Worthies"
aka "Jiphyeonjeon" (//164x.0) ;
the first book using hangul in the West
was brought to Europe by Isaac Titsingh,
senior official of the "Dutch East India Company",
in 1796 ;
see also 'excavationSCAM' from 1940,
"Hunmin Jeong-eum Haerye" ;
"Oriental Translation Fund
of Great Britain and Ireland" (1828)
etc.
On *any other popular asian slang :

1
There was no "Mongolian alphabet" until
//1658.7, when underdocumented "Ayuusch Güüsch"
introduced the "Galik-Schrift" (Али-гали үсэг, Ali Gali üseg)),
followed by "Zaya Pandit" with another variation ;
bef. //1664.8 ;
the related "Genghis Khan"-myth is based on a time period
from ~208th day after 1649'ish

2
"Tibetan language" ("Bodish") can be traced back to
"Königreich Sikkim" ("Dzongkha dialect") ;
emerged bef. //1664.1 ;
occupied by "Britische Ostindien-Kompanie" in 1817 ;
see also "Königreich Mustang" (incl. Dolpo) ;
//165x.x. - 1769 ("annexed" by "Gurkha-Könige")

3
"Fürstenstaat Kashmir" emerged at around
//1658.7, when controlled by "Delhi",
(possibly based on German dialectal "drischaufel") ;
theoretically emerged around
~192nd day after 1649'ish ;
more significant linked to "Dynasty Sayyid" ;
//164x.4 – //164x.1,
followed by "Lodi",
//164x.1 – //1652.6
and after //1652.6, by the "Moguln"

4
"Bengali grammar" did not appear until
"Vocabolario em idioma Bengalla,
e portuguez dividido em duas partes" (1734 - 1742)
by 'SPAN|uishOP'ed "Manuel da Assumpção"

5
The falsification of "indian language" started with
jesuit Missionar "Heinrich Roth" (bef. //1662.0 – //1666.8) ;
refreshed by Franz Bopp (1791 - 1867) ;
see "Ausführliches Lehrgebäude der Sanskritsprache" (1828) ;
member of "Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres" (1663)

"Indian" scripture "Devanagari"
is directly linked to

6
'SANSKRIT_OP' ;
see related "Paninis Grammatik" ;
not published until 1809,
on behalf of Henry Thomas Colebrooke,
indirectly linked to "East India Company" (bef. //1660.0) ;
see also "Backus-Naur-Form" at
"a revised Avram Noam Chomsky" ;
http://checkthis.com/sohumansareonly365xyearsold ;

see also
Adolf Friedrich Stenzler - "Raghuvansa, Kâlidâsae carmen" (1832),
from bohemian "Universität Breslau" (//1650.5) ;
Rudolf von Roth - "Zur Literatur und Geschichte des Weda..." (1846),
"Orden der Württembergischen Krone" (1702) ;
pomeranian mathematician Hermann Graßmann -
"Wörterbuch|dictionairy zum Rig-Veda" (1873)

Arthur Coke Burnell - "On the Aindra school of Sanskrit Grammarians" (1875),
from "Bedford School" (//1655.2)
Otto von Böhtlingk - "Panini : Grammatik" (1887),
linked to "Königlich-Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften" (1700) ;
Franz Kielhorn - "Grammatik der Sanskrit-Sprache" (1888),
from "Georg-August-Universität Göttingen" (1734) ;
Adolf Friedrich Stenzler - "Elementarbuch der Sanskrit-Sprache" (1868)

7
Associated "Tamilian Language" (Singapore etc.)
can be traced back to underdocumented
jesuit "Anrique Anriquez" (//1652.0 – //1660.0),
who wrote the first religious tamilian texts
and is known as the original author of
"Tamil grammar" (//1655.4, //1657.8),
followed by Constantine Beschi (1680 – 1743)
with "orthographic renewals"
and "Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg"
with the first tamilian BIBLE (1713, 1723) ;
from "Universität Halle" (//1650.2)

"Nannul", some alleged "ancient" work
on Tamil grammar, by "Pavananthi Munivar"
seems to peak with underdocumented
Muthusamy Govindasamy (1977) ;
for "Tolkappiyam" (see Arthur Coke Burnell 1875)

Related goddess "Siva" aka "Shiva",
isn't picked up in literature until 1788

'SANSKRIT_OP'ed "Rigveda" and related "comment" by "Sayana"
isn't published until 1848 by Th. Benfey
and 1849 by Friedrich Max Müller ("East India Company") ;
see also Moritz Winternitz in
"Geschichte der Indischen Literatur" (1905 – 1922) ;
"Brahma und die Brahmanen" (1871) by Dr. Martin Haug

'minus timed™' "Megasthenes" and his book "Indiká"
isn't known until "Fragmente der griechischen Historiker" (1923),
based on Karl Müller's
"Fragmenta historicorum Graecorum" (1841 – 1884) ;
see also
Hoernle - "Neuindoarische Sprachen" (1880) ;
Paul Deussen - "Sechzig Upanishad's des Veda" (1897)

Some original related script is based on an
'excavationSCAM' from 1996 ("Devimahatmya Sanskrit MS Nepal")

8
"Malay grammar" wasn't published until 1913,
on behalf of Sir Richard Olaf Winstedt
from "Magdalen College School, Oxford" (//164x.0) ;
"Royal Batavian Society of Arts and Sciences" (1778),
indirectly on behalf of "Dutch East India Company" (bef. //1660.2) ;
"Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland" (1824) ;
"Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies" (1851) ;
"Royal India Society" (1910) ;
"School of Oriental Studies" (1916)

9
The "Khmer-Reich" and related dialects
seems to disappear around //1659.4
since //164x.1 controlled by "Reich Annam"

10
Nothing is clear on "laotian language"
until Julien Joseph Hospitalier - "Grammaire Laotienne" (1937)

11
The "Burman Language" seems to be coopted since
baptist Adoniram Judson, who published
"Grammatical Notices of the Burman Language" (1817)

12
"Filipino" and their alphabet "Abakada" seems to be based on
Lope K. Santos and "Balarila ng Wikang Pambansa" (1940) ;
it is based on "Tagalog", which can be traced back to
"Doctrina Cristiana" (//1659.3),
originally also 'SPAN|uishOP'ed and 'artificially latinIzed' ;
followed by "Vocabulario de la lengua tagala" (1835)
and "Arte de la lengua tagala y manual tagalog
para la adminstración de los Santos Sacramentos" (1850)

13
"Thai" is apparently based on "Kam-Tai" ;
theoretically developed under
"Königreich von Sukhothai" ;
~238th day after 1649'ish – //164x.8
and "Königreich von Ayutthaya" ;
~350th day after 1649'ish – //1656.9 - 1767
incl. "Maha Thammarachathirat" (//1656.9 – //1659.0)

14
So called "persian language" is under dispute as well ;
a famous example is alleged "medieval" poetry
"Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam",
which took until 1859 and
Edward FitzGerald's 'Angluish' version,
followed in 1867 (french), 1878 (german, Graf von Schack),
1891 (russian), 1928 (Welsh) etc. ;
the persian alphabet is possibly from
~642nd day after 1649'ish ;
while the idea of "persian" was introduced
with the 'frenchIzed' version "percynne" ;
bef. ~400th day after 1649'ish ;
see also "Parthian" (n.) ;
//1652.0

15
"Timorese language" peaks with "Mambai"
and "Königreich Majapahit" (until //1652.7)
plus the earliest cartography from "Antonio Pigafetta"
//1652.2 ;
soon updated with "Königreich Servião" (//1661.3)

16
Finally, "Vietnamese" ;
apparently 70% based on chinese origins (see above) ,
the falsification of its history started with
"L'origine des tons en vietnamien" by
André-Georges Haudricourt (1954) ;
however there is "Chữ Nôm"(𡦂喃) (or "chữ Nôm ", 16xx),
replaced in 1650 with "uốc ngữ" (國語)
by jesuit "Alexandre de Rhodes" (//1659.1 - //1666.0),
from "Königreich Aragón" ;
~137th day after 1649'ish - //1651.6,
when "merged" with "Kastilien"
'minus timed™' "minus time" of humans did not exist (Pt.2)
introducing 'minus timed™' chinese did not exist
feat. 44 'minus timed™' dynasties
all based on 'excavationSCAM's etc.
chapter 19

19.1
...so what is the oldest,
'plus timed™' chinese dynasty ?


One of the main favorites *here is
NORTHERN SONG ;
though mostly reflected in the 1970s,
("Guangyun rime dictionary", "Jiyun rime dictionary"),
there are a few events, which consider the possibility :

//1649.0
"Bi Sheng"'s "fragile clay types improved
//1651.0
"Wujing Zongyao" publishes
the first chinese book on "gunpowder formula",
followed with another "Jiajing edition" (//1652.2 – //1656.6),
"the Wanli edition" (//1657.3 – //1661.9) ,
reprinted during the "Qing Dynasty" (//1664.4 – 1911)

Then there was "Su Song", some alleged engineer
of a hydro-mechanical astronomical clock tower
in "Kaifeng" ('falseflagged' bef. //1664.2) ;
however "Su Song"'s work isn't reflected until underdocumented
"Qing Dynasty"- scholar "Qian Zeng" (//1662.9 – 1699) ,
reprinted by Zhang Xizu (1799 – 1844)

It was additionally falsified by Noel Needham (1900 - 1995) ;
from "Royal Society" (1660)
educated at "Oundle School" (//1655.6)
based on "Laxton Grammar School"
called "the Gild School", since at least //164x.5 ;
at around //1649.9, "Dame Joan Wyatt"
had purchased a licence to refound the Gild ;
strongly tied to "Worshipful Company of Grocers",
originally known as "Guild of Pepperers" ;
~180th day after 1649'ish

Its original members included London's pharmacists,
who separated into the "Worshipful Society of Apothecaries",
at around bef. //1661.7 ;
this guild was known as the "Company of Grossers" ;
~373th day after 1649'ish -
~376th day after 1649'ish,
when it was renamed "the Company of Grocers of London" ;
granted a Royal Charter (//164x.8),
two years after founding its first hall in "Old Jewry"

The SONG era
was additionally falsified by
the Zhonghua Book Company (1912)
and Huang Shanfu (1986)

SOUTHERN SONG theoretically occured
~132th day after 1649'ish -
~279th day after 1649'ish


Most popular representatives of SOUTHERN SONG
include "Zhu Di", who dies at around //164x.4
his character is picked up again by
Kang Youwei (1858 – 1927)

Another one, "Han King" seems to peak
with Denis C. Twitchett,
in "The Ch'in and Han Empires" (1986)
from "School of Oriental and African Studies" (1916)
and "University of London" (1836) ;
his co-editor Michael Loewe appears
to have been schooled by 'century|fakery'-Insiders from
"Perse School in Cambridge" (bef. //1661.5),
based on "Stephen Perse" (//1654.8 – //1661.5)
from "Norwich School", which emerged betw.
~096th day after 1649'ish and
//1654.7 ("Refoundation")

Related "Church of England" isn't older than
//1653.4, when "departed" from "the Roman Catholic Church" ;
emerged betw. ~313th day after 1649'ish,
~380th day after 1649'ish ;
see also
"Bale"'s "Illustrium Maioris Britanniæ Scriptorum Summarium" (//1654.8) ;
"Alexander Neville" - "De Furoribus Norfolciensium Ketto duce" (//1657.5) ;
"Nicholas Harpsfield" - "Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica" (//1662.2) ;
"Fuller's Worthies" (1662) ;
Godwin - "De Præsulibus" (1743) ;
"Epistolæ Herberti de Losinga, primi Episcopi Norwicensis,
nunc primum editæ à Roberto Anstruther" (1846)
etc.

"SONG"-specialist Michael Loewe worked additionally
for the british secret service (after 1942),
especially for "Station X" with veterans from "Room 40" ;
see earlier "google 1649'ish"-updates
regarding red and black "attic" 'potteryCON'


see also
sing (v.) ;
'Angluish' "singan" ;
from Proto-Germanic "sengwan" ;
(Old germanSaxon "singan", Old germanFrisian "sionga",
Old High German "singan", German "singen") ;
slang sense of "to confess to authorities" ;
from bef. //1661.0

song (n.) ;
'Angluish' "sang" ;
from Proto-Germanic "sangwaz" ;
(Old germanSaxon, Old germanFrisian,
Old High German, German "sang") ;
phrase "for a song" is from "All's Well That Ends Well",
from 'fabricated personality' "William Shakespeare" ;
from bef. //1660.4 - //1660.5

sing-song (adj.) ;
earlier as in "a jingling ballad" ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
songbook (n.) ;
'Angluish' "sangboc" ;
~490th day after 1649'ish

compare with
enchantment (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
descant (n.), verse (n.), laud (v.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
plain-song (n.) ;
//1651.0 ;
elegy (n.) ;
//1651.0 ;
sonnet (n.) ;
//1655.7

ode (n.) ;
//1658.0 ;
canto (n.);
//1658.0 ;
canzone (n.) ;
//1658.0 ;
chanson (n.) ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
chant (n.) ;
1670s ;
war-song (n.) ;
1757
self-determination ;
1680s

(thx to *e.)
19.2

Then there is
XIA aka WESTERN XIA ;
theoretically ~038th day after 1649'ish -
~227th day after 1649'ish ;
though very vague sources,
especially on the last emperor,
"Emperor Mozhu of Western Xia" ;
this era seems to be mostly
based on fantasy and fabrications by Dun Li
in "The ageless Chinese" (1965)
and other undocumented sources
19.3

JIN
;
~115th day after 1649'ish -
~234th day after 1649'ish ;
it seems to be another favorite for
earliest 'plus timed
' chinese dynasty ;
however only backed up by very vague sources
from the 1970s and 2000+


'com'mer|cial ':
*now internationally promoted
for literature peace price
'century|fakery'crewed -Hepto_OP ;
described at
http://tinyurl.com/2015china
19.4

EASTERN HAN
dynasty ;
theoretically ~023rd day after 1649'ish -
~229th day after 1649'ish ;
appears to be mostly based on
Joseph Needham ;
see "Science and Civilization in China" (1965) ;
refreshed in the late 1960s, 1970s etc.

"Chen Shou", officially alleged "ancient" author of
"Records of the Three Kingdoms" (Sanguozhi) can't help ;
his work is linked to some 'excavationSCAM'
from 2000 ("Dunhuang manuscripts") ;
see also
"the Romance of the Three Kingdoms",
by alleged "ancient" "Luo Quanzhong",
[Ming dynasty ~368th day after 1649'ish - //1664.4],
isn't published until //1659.1 ("Zhou Yuejiao")

The related "Pagoda of Fogong Temple"
is possibly not older than //164x.1,
when the placard on the third story was conducted,
linked to the "Liao Dynasty" ;
ending ~125th day after 1649'ish
19.5

WESTERN HAN
;
allegedly some 'minus timed™' era
which ends in the 'plus timedTM',
*here converted,
~008th day after 1649'ish ;
however earliest sources for this era
seems to come from right after late 1650s :

a)
"Records of the Grand Historian" ;
apparently not printed until "Jian edition" ;
betw. //1652.1
- //1662.0 ;
republished by "Mao Jin" (//1659.9, 1659),
then again on behalf of Wu Yingdian (not before 1711 – 1799) ;
no evidence of an alleged earliest "Huang Shanfu edition" ;
theoretically betw. ~127th day after 1649'ish –
~279th day after 1649'ish (as part of SOUTHERN SONG)

b)
"Book of Han"
;
seems to be first sourced by
"Zizhi Tongjian", picked up by 'frenchIzed' Jesuit missionary
Joseph-Anna-Marie de Moyriac de Mailla (1669 - 1748) ;
it refers to 'minus timedTM' "Emperor Ai" ;
"Book of Han" is described as a continuation of
"Sima Qian"'s "Records of the Grand Historian",
apparently not published before //1659.9, 1659 ;
[additionally falsified by Hans O.H. Stange
in "Leben und persünlichkeit und werk Wang Mangs" (1914)]

c)
Friedrich Hirth - "China and the Roman Orient" (1875, 1885)

d)

"Book of the Later Han" (Fan Ye),
source seems to peak with Édouard Chavannes and
"Trois Généraux Chinois de la dynastie des Han Orientaux..." (1906)

e)
some 'century|fakery'-package from the 1930s :
On alleged philosopher "Huan Tan" (1930) ;
Homer H. Dubs - "The History of the Former Han Dynasty" (1938 - 1955) ;
he is also apparent peak for 'plus timed TM' emperor "Ruzi Ying"

f)
Albert RichardO'Hara - "Biographies of Exemplary Women" (1945)

g)
some 'century|fakery'-package from late 1950s, 1960s :
Burton Watson - "Sima Qian. Records of the Grand Historian" (1958) ;
Van der Sprenkel (1964), from "Australian National University" ,
possibly related to Pieter Berkelbach van der Sprenkel-family (1744)

h)
some 'century|fakery'-package from the 1970s, 1980s :
"Chinesisch Deutsches Worterbuch" (1971, by Hans O H Stange) ;
"Mawangdui Silk Texts"(1973, 'excavationSCAM') ;
"Encyclopedia of China" (1978 - 1993) ;
Denis Twitchett - "Cambridge History of China" (1981)

'plus timed™' "Emperor Ping 001"
seems to peak with Hans Bielenstein in
"Wang Mang, the Restoration of the Han Dynasty,
and Later Han" (1986)

plus other vague sources from late 1950s, 1980s
19.6

...so *what is* the oldest artificially constructed
chinese dynasty ?



Is it XIN ? ;
scripted for ~009th day after 1649'ish -
~023th day after 1649'ish ;
most likely not, since mostly referenced by
"Book of Han" (//1659.9, 1659, see above)
and Hans O.H. Stange (1914)


The "YUAN Dynasty" was potentially later ;
~260th day after 1649'ish -
~368th day after 1649'ish ;
however especially the life of related
emperor "Zhu Yuanzhang" aka "Hongwu Emperor"
seems to be based on "China and the Roman Orient"
by Friedrich Hirth (1885),
on behalf of "Royal Library at Berlin" (1881),
today's "Berlin State Library"

Also "Kublai Khan", while "accepting gifts of the Venetians",
must have been fabricated and first 'falseflagpainted'
//164x.2 ;
the related "Tempel der Weißen Pagode"
aka "Miaoying-Tempel" is
possibly from //164x.7 ("rebuilt")


---> nu 'com'mer|cial' :
now up, "special feature"
'century|fakery'crewed -Hepto_OP + 'nu|chronology of china proves,
humans are only 366+x years old..." ;
vs. "...language is TOT...,
7. selbsternannter filosof of alltime nicohaupt, 2014"
http://tinyurl.com/2015china
19.7

The "MING Dynasty" followed
~368th day after 1649'ish - bef. //1664.4,
incl. highlights :
construction of the "Forbidden City" (//164x.6),
alleged "restoration" on the Grand Canal (//164x.5),
Beijing declared as "new capital" (//164x.0),
"Zhihua Temple" built (//164x.3),
"Zhenjue Temple" completed (//164x.3),
'SPAN|uishOP'ed "visits" by "Jorge Álvares" (//1651.6),
alleged "Prince of Ning rebellion" (//1651.9)

"Death" of 'fabricated personality'
and philosopher "Wang Yangming" (//1652.9),
more 'SPAN|uishOP'ed visits in Macau (//1655.7)
"sailing carriage" illustrated by "Abraham Ortelius" (//1658.4)
porcelain products "exported" by
"Dutch East India Company" (bef. //1660.2),
compare with original definition of the word "china" (n.) ;
as in short for [China-]ware, [China-]dishes or
porcelain coming from [over there] ;
//1657.0 ;
Chinese (adj.) ;
//1657.0

…looks like MING and NORTHERN SONG (~ //1652.2)
competing as the oldest, artificially created,
'plus timed™' "chinese dynasties"



"Ming" was interrupted by a short "Shun Dynasty" (bef. //1664.4),
then followed by "Qing Dynasty" ;
bef. //1664.4 - 1911 ;
with Jesuits "Martino Martini" and "Ferdinand Verbiest"
arriving over there at around 1659 ;
the "Beijing Gazette" possibly started
at bef. //1663.8
19.8

..so *here are the current TOP 5 'media|fabricated'
alleged 'minus timed™' chinese cultures :


1
HAN (partly) ;
'minus timed™' 206 – 220 years ;
mostly referenced in "Book of Han" (//1659.9, 1659) ;
"Book of Later Han",
part of
"Records of the Grand Historian" and
"Book of Han" (both //1659.9, 1659)
"Records of the Three Kingdoms"
(better : "Romance of.." //1659.1 ("Zhou Yuejiao"),
author "Zizhi Tongjian",
not 'trans|lated' until
Joseph-Anna-Marie de Moyriac de Mailla,
published posthumously in 1777 - 1783 ;
plus "Twenty-Four Histories" (1775)


2
QIN
'minus timed™' 207 – 221 years ;
mostly first referenced 1986 by
Derk Bodde in "The State and Empire of Ch'in",
former president of the "American Oriental Society" (1842),
in "The Cambridge History of China",
then reflected again 1990s, 2000+ ;


3
ZHOU ;
'minus timed™' 256 - 1100 years ;
mostly based on 'his|torian' "Sima Qian" in "Shiji"
see "24 Dynastiegeschichten“ from 1775 ;


The earliest printed edition "Shiji jijie"
was allegedly published during the "Northern Song Dynasty",
which ended ~279th day after 1649'ish ;
however, "Records of the grand historian"
did not getting 'trans|lated' until
Burton Watson in 1961, ("Records of Civilization...").
who is currently active at "Chinese University of Hong Kong" ;
how close is Burton Watson
to current 'century|fakery'-crews ?

4
SHANG,
'minus timed™' 1700–1100 years ;
very vague sources,
introduced to the public on behalf of
some 'excavationSCAM' in 1928 ("oracle bones"),
on behalf of "Academia Sinica" (1928),
directed by the Harvard-trained anthropologist
Li Ji ("Nankai University", 1919) ;
compare with
oracle, orator (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
see above ;
anthropology (n.) ;
as in "science of the natural history of man" ;
//1659.0 ;
pertain (v.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
per (prep.) ;
//1658.0


5
another older dynasty named
XIA ;
'minus timed™' 2070–1600 years ;
emerged on behalf of some
'excavationSCAM' from 1928 in Henan

Even older than XIA is
"SHANGSHAN"
'minus timed™' 11000 – 9000 years ;
some 'excavationSCAM' from 2007
documents alleged "rice domestication"
19.9

...so what about *all other*
'minus timed™' chinese dynasties ?

-----------------------------------------------------
introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's :
-----------------------------------------------------


1
"Hongshan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2900 – 4700 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1908 ;
(see "Hongshanhou-Stätte", refreshed 1935, 1954) ;
see also restauration of "Mauerabschnitt von Badaling" 1957 ;
"Chinesische Mauer"|Chinese Wall
apparently first photographed
by Herbert Ponting, 1907 ;
earliest attention :
//1654.8
illustrated as "Chinesische Mauer",
on some map by german "Abraham Ortelius",
who described it as a "...vierhundert Meilen lange Mauer
...zwischen den Bergkämmen vom König von China
gegen die Invasionen der Ta(r)taren
in diesem Gebiet erstellt..." ;

Tartar ;
~350th day after 1649'ish

it is documented, that alleged "ancient" chinese wall
is furthermore based on some 'excavationSCAM' as well :

During 1937 (!) Sven Hedin and Folke Bergman
"discovered" "rests of the Große Mauer|great Wall"
in the desert of Lop Nor ;
most likely some parts of the chinese wall
haven't been constructed until between
~368th day after 1649'ish –
bef. //1664.4,
during the artificially created "Ming Dynasty"

2
"Peking Man" of Zhoukoudian ;
'minus timed™' 680,000 - 780,000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1921,
on behalf of some "discovery" of Johan Gunnar Andersson
then first excavated by Otto Zdansky in 1921 and 1923

3
"Banshan-Machang-Kultur"
aka "Banshan-Machang Culture",
tied to the 'neolith_CON' ;
'minus timed™' 2000 – 2500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1923,
in Banshan and Machangyuan
[cont. introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's ]

4
"Majiayao-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2000 – 3000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1923,
in Majiayao (Provinz Gansu)

5
"Qijia-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1924,
in Qijiaping (Provinz Gansu)

5
"Longshan-Kultur" ;
known as the TOP 3 oldest chinese culture ;
'minus timed™' 1850 - 3200 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1928,
in Longshan (Provinz Shandong)

6
"Liangzhu-Kultur" ;
known as the TOP 3 oldest chinese culture ;
'minus timed™' 7000 - 7500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1936,
in Liangzhu

7
"Qingliangang-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 4400 - 5400 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1951,
at Huai'an [Provinz Jiangsu]

8
"Qujialing-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2650 – 2750 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1954,
in Qujialing ;
compare with
rare (adj.)
as in "undercooked" ;
1650s ;
variant of 'Angluish' "rere",
from "hrere" ["lightly cooked"];
from Proto-Germanic "hror-" ;
(Old germanFrisian "hrera" ["to stir, move"],
Old germanSaxon "hrorian", German "rühren" ;
rare (adj.) ;
as in "thin, airy, porous" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
as in "few in number and widely separated..." ;
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "rere" ["sparse"] ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;

9
"Tanshishan-Kultur ";
'minus timed™' 2000 – 3000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1954,
in the village Tanshi
[cont. introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's ]


10
"Yangshao-Kultur"
aka "Miaodigou-I-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2000 – 5000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1954 - 1957,
in Banpo
related to Banpo-Kultur, Shijia-Kultur, Miaodigou-Kultur,
Xiwangcun-Kultur, Qinwangzhai-Kultur, Hougang-Kultur,
Dasikongcun-Kultur and Xiawanggang-Kultur ;
(see all *here)

compare with
amphora (n.) ;
as in "two-handled vessel for holding wine, oil, etc." ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
ampoule (n.) ;
as in "small bottle or flask" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
especially one used "for holy liquids" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "ampole" ;
'artificially latinIzed'

11
"Laoguantai-Kultur"
aka "Dadiwan-I-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 5000 – 6000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1955,
in Laoguantai [Kreis Hua, Provinz Shaanxi]

12
"Shijiahe-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2000 - 2600 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1955,
in Shihe [Provinz Hubei] ;
compare with
clay (n.) ;
'Angluish' "clæg" ;
from Proto-Germanic "klaijaz" ;
(Old High German "kliwa", German "Kleie",
Old germanFrisian "klai", Old germanSaxon "klei") l
another 'Angluish' "clæman"
is based on Old High German "kleiman" ["to cover with clay"] ;
clammy (adj.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'Angluish' "clæm" ;
from Proto-Germanic "klaimaz" ;
(Low German "klamig" ["sticky, damp"] ;
clod (n.) ;
as in "person" ("mere lump of earth") ;
from around //1659.0 ;
figure (n.) ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
'frenchIzed', 'artificially latinIzed' ;
figure of eight ;
bef. //1660.0

13
"Beiyinyangying-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 3000 - 4000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1955 - 1958,
in Gulou [Provinz Jiangsu]

14
"Daxi-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 3300 - 4400 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1959,
in Daxi [Kreis Wushan]

15
"Majiabang-Kultur"
'minus timed™' 3700 - 4750 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1959,
at Jiaxing
[cont. introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's ]


16
"Zaoshi-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 7000 - 7500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1960,
on behalf of some finding of "Hunan Provincial Museum",
excavated 1977 and 1981 ;
allegedly also related to "Zhou dynasty" ;
'minus timed™' 256 - 1100 years ;
mostly based on 'his|torian' "Sima Qian" in "Shiji"
see "24 Dynastiegeschichten“ from 1775 ;
see also Jean-Baptiste Du Halde -
"Description géographique, historique, chronologique,
politique et physique de l'empire de la Chine et de la Tartarie chinoise, enrichie des cartes générales et particulieres de ces pays,
de la carte générale et des cartes particulieres du Thibet,
& de la Corée; & ornée d'un grand nombre de figures
& de vignettes gravées en tailledouce" (1735, 1736) ;
from "Societas Jesu" (//1653.4)

17
"Songze-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 3200 - 3900 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1960,
in Qingpu, Shanghai

18
"Beixin-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 7000 - 7500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1964,
in the village Beixin,
further excavated 1978 - 1979

19
"Baiyangcun-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 3700 - 5000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1968 ;
questioned on "impossible agriculture" (1981)

20
"Xinkailiu-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' [unknown] years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1972,
nearby Jixi [Kreis Mishan],
on behalf of "Provinzmuseum Heilongjiang"

21
"Cishan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 5100 - 5400 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1973

22
"Xinle-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 4800 - 5500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1973
[cont. introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's ]

23
"Hemudu-Kultur" ;
currently known as TOP 5 oldest chinese cultures ;'
'minus timed™' 3300 - 7000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1973,
in village Hemudu

24
"Shixia-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2700 - 2900 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1973 ;
compare with
jade (n.) (not mentioned in BIBLE)
as in "ornamental stone" ;
1721 ;
earlier known as "iada" ;
//1659.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "le jade",
apparently based on accidentally 'SPAN|UishOP'ed
"piedra de (la) ijada" ;
//1656.0 ;
see colon (n.) ;
//1654.0 ;
colic (adj.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish

25
"Cishan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 5100 - 5400 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1976,
in Wuan County [Hebei Province]

26
"Peiligang-Kultur" ;
known as TOP 12 oldest chinese cultures ;
'minus timed™' 5000 - 7000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1977 in Peiligang [Kreis Xinzheng, Provinz Henan]

27
"Zhukaigou-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 1500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1977 - 1984,
at Ejin-Banner

28
"Tangjiagang-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 4450 - 5050 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1977,
in the village Liujia [Kreis Anxiang] ;
see also "Dingjiagang-Stätte" [Kreis Li, Hunan] 1979

29
"Dadiwan-Kultur"
'minus timed™' 3300 - 5800 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1978 – 1983,
nearby Qin'an [Provinz Gansu] ;
one of many falsified by 'radioCARBON_CON',
"Radiokarbonmethode",
on behalf of Willard Frank Libby (1946),
"Project Manhattan"
see 'NUKELIES_CON' ;
archives at http://tinyURL.com/nukelies0001

30
"Shangzhai-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' [unknown] years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1980,
nearby Pinggu
[cont. introducing
at least 44 documented 'minus timed™'
division attempts (under development),
chronologized by 'excavationSCAM's ]


31
"Xinglongwa-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 5400 - 6200 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1983,
in village Xinglongwa [Mongolei]

32
"Youziling-Kultur" ;
(~ "culture of oil rail akamine") ;

'minus timed™' [unknown] years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1983,
nearby Lingzhi ;
see also Zhangjiashan
1983, 1984

33
"Chengbeixi-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 4700 - 5800 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1983,
in Yidu [Provinz Hubei]

34
"Zhaobaogou-Kultur" ;
known as TOP 3 oldest chinese culture ;
'minus timed™' 6400 - 7000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1986,
nearby Aohan-Banner [Chifeng, Mongolei]

35
"Pengtoushan-Kultur" ;
currently known as the oldest chinese culture,
besides the so called "Peking Man" ;
'minus timed™' 6100 - 7500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1988,
see Pengtoushan-Stätte

36
"Houli-Kultur" ;
known as TOP 5 oldest chinese cultures ;
'minus timed™' 5850 - 6250 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1989 - 1990,
in Linzi [Provinz Shandong]

37
"Kuahuqiao-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' [unknown] years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1990,
in the village Xianghu,
on behalf of underdocumented Yan Wenming,
from "School of Archaeology and Museology" (1922),
Peking University

38
"Qugong-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' [unknown] years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1992 ;
after these "findings" Lhasa was dated back
into 'minus timed™' 4000 years,
though instead it emerged with "King Srongtsen Gampo" ;
~620th day after 1649'ish

39
"Xiaoheyan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2000 - 3000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
1996 - 2005 ;
see "Baisilangyingzi–Stätte"

40
"Yingpanshan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 5000 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
2000

41
"Zhenpiyan-Kultur"
'minus timed™' 7600 - 20000 years ;
under dispute ;
based on 'excavationSCAM' from
2002,
regarding "domestication of pigs"

42
"Caiyuan-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 3900 – 4800 years ;
described 2003

43
"Dawenkou-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 2600 – 4100 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM',
described 2012

44
"Baodun-Kultur" ;
'minus timed™' 1700 - 2500 years ;
based on 'excavationSCAM',
described 2013,
in the Chengdu Plain of Sichuan Basin ;
see "Baodun-Stätte"
A D D E N D U M

19.99


Reminder :
There was no alleged "Kupfersteinzeit"
aka "Kupferzeit" ("Chalkolithikum", "Äneolithikum")
aka
"Chalcolithic" or "Copper Age" ("Chalcolithic", "Eneolithic")
this is all based on a fabrication by anthropologist
Sir John Lubbock from 1865 ("New Stone Age"|Jungsteinzeit) ;
anthropology (n.) ;
//1659.0

Humans are not older than 366+x years ;
they didn't have much interaction with some specific vegetable,
known as "potato" until around //1653.0, //1653.2, //1654.0 ,
not longer than possibly btw. //164x.x - ~400th day after 1649'ish



There was no alleged "ancient" and 'minus timed™'
"egyptian plague", neither egyptians
did exist in the alleged 'minus timed™' minus time
at all ("...Ä gybt es nicht...")

'fabricated nation' Egypt ;
mentioned as "Ägypten" or "Ägyptenland"
in "OT" (//164x.3),
emerged at around
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
("Septimius Severus")


There was no alleged "ancient"
Scotland either (not mentioned in BIBLE) ;
the name "scot" is from Germanic "Schoß" ;
canny (adj.) ;
from bef. //1663.0

"Robert I" aka "Robert the Bruce",
a 'fabricated personality' and "King of Scots"
was scripted for ~306th day after 1649'ish -
~329th day after 1649'ish

Artificial created kingdoms in today's Scotland
started possibly with highly falsified
"House of Dunkeld" ;
~249th day after 1649'ish ;
followed by "House of Sverre", "House of Balliol" etc. ;
southern "Kingdom of Strathclyde" ;
~410th day after 1649'ish
"House of Alpin" ;
~840th day after 1649'ish

Mostly alleged "ancient" and "medieval" 'his|tory'
of the "Scots" had been fabricated during
the "Stuart period" (//1656.7 – //1665.1),
"restored" 1660 – 1707


There is also no apocalypse,
which is based on 'nT_CON' (//1651.6)
and first picked up in literature ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' and 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
see also "Wyclif" (~380th day after 1649'ish)
apocalyptic (adj.);
1660s ;
Meaning "pertaining to the
imminent end of the world" ;
by 1880s

There also was no alleged 'plus timed™
"Roman Empire" in today's "Scotland",
which is only based on the following sources :


a)
'plus timed™' "Tacitus"
("Histories, Annals) and some //1650.8 "discovery"
in Corvey Abbey (~815th day after 1649'ish),
allegedly based on earlier "findings" by "Niccolo Niccoli" (//164x.7) ;
his work is not published until
i.e. //1651.5, //1659.8 ("Justus Lipsius") ;
his "De vita et moribus Iulii Agricolae",
which aparently mentions the
alleged
'plus timed™' "Roman Empire" in Scotland,
wasn't published until //1657.4 ,
on behalf of ”Christopher Plantin” (//1652.0 - //1658.9)

"Plantin” is basically also the main publisher around
german “Haus Habsburg” tied ’SPAN|UishOP’ incl. “Spanische Niederlande”,
that include “Balearen”, formerly “Herzogtum Athen”,
formerly “Königreich Neapel”, “Königreich Sardinien”,
“Königreich Sizilien”, “Korsika”, “Malta”,
“Guam” (//1652.1 - 1899),
“Herzogtum Mailand” (//1653.5 - 1714),
“Vizekönigreich Peru” (//1654.2 - 1823),
“Spanisch-Marokko” (1912 - 1956) etc.


b)
'minus timed™' and 'plus timed™' "Strabon aus Amaseia" ;
his most popular work "Geographe" isn't published
until //164x.9, //1651.6, //1658.4,
incl. a comment by "Isaac Casaubon",
//1658.7 etc.

c)
'plus timed™' "Cassius Dio" ;
isn't published until some alleged collection of
"Henri Valois" (//1660.3 - 1676)
and alleged "original manuscripts" by
"Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc" (//1658.0 – //1663.7) ;
other alleged "originals" are based on
"Fulvio Orsini" (//1652.9 – //1660.0) and
Angelo Mai (1782 – 1854)

d)
'plus timed™' "Pliny the Elder" ("Naturalis historia") ;
first published between //164x.9 - //1659.9

e)
'plus timed™' "Suetonius" can't be taken serious
until some first illustration in "Nuremberg Chronicle" ;
//1649.3 ;
his 'minus timed™' "De vita Caesarum" aka "The Twelve Caesars"
seems not to be published until //1651.8 ("Valentini Schumann"),
not 'Angluish'ed until 1908, 1913

f)
'minus timed™' and 'plus timed™'
"Augustus" - "Res Gestae Divi Augusti" ;
apparently not available until 1924,
edited by A. Marcus and E. Weber ;
on behalf of Frederick W. Shipley,
from "University of Chicago" (1890)

g)
'plus timed™' "Eutropius" ;
his "Abridgement of Roman History" is not 'trans|lated'
into 'Angluish' until 1853
'century|fakery' for chinese food fans :

rice (n.) ;
~250th day after 1649'ish ;

from 'FrenchIzed' "ris",
'artificially LatinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
most likely based on German "reis" ;
"introduced" bef. //1664.7 in the Carolinas


Asia (n.) ;
earliest introduction of 'ORIENTalismOP' ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
Asian (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
as an adjective ;
by 1690s

Indies (n.) ;
//1655.0 ;
original 'Angluish' "Ynde" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' India,
'artificially latinIzed' ;
Indian (n., adj.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
applied to some "native inhabitants" ;
around //1655.3

Manchu ;
1650s

Gordian knot ;
based on "king of Phrygia" in today's Asia Minor
//1656.0

Chinee (n.) ;
as an adjective, "Chinish" ;
used after //165x.x


Cathay (n.) ;
//1656.0 ;
as in poetic name for "China" ;
'artificially latinIzed'

Asiatic (adj.) ;
bef. //1663.0 ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;

Ming ;
1670s

goldfish (n.) ;
officially "introduced" into England "from China"
1690s

Sino-
1879
re: Burton Watson,
the 'trans|lator' of both Chinese and Japanese literature ;
ironically he was once stationed at "Arai Castle",
which was allegedly attacked at around //1651.8
by "Hojo Soun" ;
'his|torians' state, "Soun" gained control of Izu Province
at around //1649.3 ;
"Soun" is associated with the "Ashikaga family"
and "Ashikaga Bakufu", an old tributary state
of the "Ming Dynasty" (//164x.1 – //1654.9) ;
how close is Burton Watson
to current 'century|fakery'-crews ?


Since the "google 1649'ish"-thesis
include "parallel journals", the following dynasties
took theoretically place at the same time,
without any significant contradictions :


"Westliche Xia-Dynastie"
aka XI XIA (theoretically after ~038th day after 1649'ish)
(vs.) JIN (overlaps ~125th day - 226th day after 1649'ish) ;

some XI XIA-reference regarding Mongolen|Mongol
appears to be fabricated,
this term is only known since
1738 ;
however possibly based on
mogul (n.) ;
as in "powerful person" ;
1670s,
based on 'fabricated' "Great Mogul" (//1652.0) ;
see also nabob (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0

JIN was falsified by
"Quan Sun",
first reflected in "Chroniken der Drei Reiche"|Records of the Three Kingdoms,
by 'plus timed
' "Chen Shou" ;
possibly ~233rd day after 1649'ish ;
however "Quan Sun"'s work isn't really published,
until it is turned into some novel known as
"Die Geschichte der Drei Reiche"|"Romance of the Three Kingdoms" ,
by "Luo Guanzhong" (~330th day after 1649'ish - //164x.0),
followed by his "Die Geschichte der drei Reiche
und Die Räuber von Liang-Schan-Moor"|
"The Story of the Three Kingdoms
and The Raiders of Liang Shan-Moor"

additionally falsified by :
Karl August Wittfogel and Feng Chia-Sheng (1949)
August Pfizmaier (1869)


JIN ;
theoretically ~125th day after 1649'ish - ~234th day after 1649'ish
parallels with
SOUTHERN SONG
theoretically ~125th day after 1649'ish - ~234th day after 1649'ish,
until SOUTHERN SONG ends theoretically ~279th day after 1649'ish
followed by YUAN,
theoretically ~279th day after 1649'ish - ~368th day after 1649'ish,
which overlaps with SECHZEHN REICHE aka 16KINGDOMS,
theoretically ~304th day after 1649'ish - ~368th day after 1649'ish

followed by MING ;
~368th day after 1649'ish - bef. //1664.4,
which overlaps shortly with
SUI,
theoretically ~581st day after 1649'ish - ~618th day after 1649'ish ;
also overlapping shortly with
TANG,
theoretically ~618th day after 1649'ish - ~907th day after 1649'ish ;
also overlapping shortly with so called
FüNF DYNASTIEN UND ZEHN REICHE aka "5 Dynasties and 10 Kingdoms period" ;
theoretically ~907th day after 1649'ish - ~960th day after 1649'ish

following the MING was
QING ;
bef. //1664.4 - 1912,
originally established by 'fabricated personality'
"Nurhaci" aka "努爾哈赤 / 努尔哈赤" (//1655.9 – //1662.6)


please try it for yourself :
The alleged first 1,000 years (from current 2015),
*here spelled o:"00|00" - o:"10|00",
had been the first ~1,000 ['GER-man-human'] days
and 'journal 1' from the first ('black'n white -allemanns') ;

The alleged years o:"10|01" - o:"16|48",
was 'journal 2' from parallel, ongoing 'event-days ;
they can be converted into
~1st day after 1649'ish - ~648th day after 1649'ish ;

The alleged years o:"14|00" - "14|99" was 'journal 3' ;
these years can be converted into //164x.0 - //1649.9
The alleged years o:"15|00" - "15|99" was 'journal 4' ;
these years can be converted into //1650.0 - //1659.9
The alleged years o:"16|00" - "16|48" was 'journal 5' ;
these years can be converted into //1660.0 - //1664.8

The years 1649'ish - today
is journal 5.2 and matches with 5.2 [70s] generations since 'then.0'

parallel (v.) ;
around //1659.0
quick 'nu|chronology' of
A m|erica, a mercy a ;

January 9th, 2015

~200th day after 1649'ish
"Normans" fabricated

//164x.3
"Didrik Pining" aka "Dietrich Pining" aka "Diderik Pining"
"discovers" America, most likely on behalf of
"kurBrandenburgsche Marine" (*outed to public 1657) ,
which will eventually ("19 years later, *here x.9 years),
stage //1649.2 'SPAN|uishOP'ed 'COLUMBUS_CON' ;
piloting "Pining" is
"Johannes Scolvus" aka "Jan z Kolna"(//164x.5 - //164x.4),
fronting for earliest fabricated "König von Dänemark" ;
a front for "Kalmarer Union" ;
~380th day after 1649'ish ;
since //1649.5 with an upgraded "dialect",
directly linked to german "Haus Oldenburg"
and "Grafschaft Oldenburg" ;
possibly ~059th day after 1649'ish ;
dialect ;
//1657.0 ;
originally 'frenchIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed

see "Deutsche Hanse" aka "Düdesche Hanse" ;
~143rd day after 1649'ish ;
with side projects "Kaufmannshanse",
"Städtehanse" and fabricated fronts
as in "Goldenen Horde" ('ORIENTalismOP) etc. ;
see also Lübeck with
"Gemeinschaft der deutschen Gotlandfahrer"
aka "Gotländische Genossenschaft" ;
see Gotland ("Vitalienbrueder") ;
~349th day after 1649'ish ;
strongly linked to Schwertritter Order ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
run by "Deutscher Order" ;
~190th day after 1649'ish (- 2015)



compare with
yland ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'Angluish'ed "igland" ;
eventually meaning into "island"

compare with first "sea rights", all introduced by Germans :
incl. "Gotlaendische Wasserrecht", "Seerecht von Wisby" ;
both //1650.5, //1653.2, //1653.7, Luebeck),
"Juergen Richolff" //1653.7,
"Johannes van Keulen" 1654,
"Hugo Grotius" //1660.9 etc. ;

//164x.1 - //1654.0
'his|tory' of "Maya" "phantom timed"
and postponed

//164x.0
'his|tory' of "Chimú-Kultur""phantom timed"
and "replaced" with "Inka" (//164x.8 – //1652.7) ;
Inca (n.) ;
//1659.0;
from 'SPAN|uishOP'ed "Inga" ;
//1652.0s

//1649.2
'COLUMBUS_CON'

//1649.2 - //1651.5
'his|tory' of "Arawak" "phantom
timed" ;
see also Taino


//1650.7
mapped and named by "Matthias Ringmann"
on "Weltkarte von Waldseemüller",
by kartograf "Martin Waldseemüller" (//164x.2 - //1652.0) ;
see "Kloster Lorsch" ;
~232nd day after 1649'ish ;
first illustrated bef. //1661.5

//1651.9 - //1652.1
"Aztecs" aka "Mexica" most likely fabricated
and 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ;
additionally falsified with "Codex Mendoza" (//1654.1) ;
the idea of "Aztlán" possibly fabricated
at [undefined] bef. 1787

//1653.9
"Carta marina der Ostsee"

bef. //1663.7
"Pequot-War" and others suggest
a fabricated 'his|tory' of all other natives as well
incl. Mi'kmaq (bef. //1650.1), Piscataway tribe (bef. //1660.8),
Mespeatche (bef. //1660.9), Chiricahua Apache (bef. 1684),
Mescalero (bef. 1680s ; see fictionalIzed "Winnetou" 1875),
Lipan (bef. 1680), Chiricahua etc.

1668
"Eric the Red" 'falseflagpainted' by
"Arngrímur Jónsson" (//1656.8 – //1664.8),
also author of "Brevis commentarius de Islandia" (//1659.3),
falsifying the 'his|tory' of "Iceland" ;
compare with //1657.3 cartography of "Scandinavia",
by "Abraham Ortelius" (//1652.7 - //1659.8) ;
see 'nu|etymology' of wharf|hwearf|hwarfaz|Werft ;
waroþ, ofer (shore) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
related
"Eiríks saga rauða“, „Erikssaga“,
"Die Saga von Erik dem Roten Skálholtsbók" (//164x.0)
"Grænlendinga saga“, „Grœnlendinga saga“,
"Die Saga von den Grönländern Vinland-Sagas"
seems to show up at 1935

1728
"Limes" fabricated on behalf of
Friedrich Zollmann et.
and "Grafschaft Hanau" ;
(allegedly constructed by the alleged
'minus timed
™' and 'plusTimed™' "roman Empire" ;
see also german colonies in "Asia",
incl. Hanauisch-Indien (1669)

**xtra see Zofingen, linked to
'century|fakery'crewed -Hepto_OP ;
~259th day after 1649'ish


1801
vikings as in vikingr fabricated ;
compare with pirate (v.) ;
around //1657.0 ;
compare with "Störtebek" aka
"Klaus Störtebeker",
the first leaflet'ed pirate wordlwide ;
1701 (see 'V|itualien'Brueder')


1937
alleged "Clovis-Kultur" is based on
'excavationSCAM' in New Mexico

2008
Based on some 'excavationSCAM',
the "Sechin Bajo" pyramid is declared
as the oldest 'minus timed™' culture
in the americas


polygon (n.) ;
around //1657.0 ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
'GREEK_OP'ed
perspective (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "perspective" ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
sense of "art of drawing objects
so as to give appearance
of distance or depth";
first found at around
//1659.0 ;
compare with first 'falseflagpainters'
on "perspective" :

it seems to have finally "arrived"
with "Abbildung aus Dürers Underweysung ..." ;
from around //1652.5,
allegedly based on inspirations of
"Brunelleschi's experiment with linear perspective" ;
fabricated between
~377th day after 1649'ish (in Florenz) -
//164x.6 ("Filippo Brunelleschi") ;
see also 'italianIzed'
"Leon Battista Alberti",
//164x.4 - //164x.2 ("Finitorium") ;
compare with "rediscovered" "Camera obscura" ;
"Thesaurus opticus" (see also
"Opticae thesaurus: Alhazeni Arabis libri septem...",
based on alleged "medieval" "Abu Ali al-Hasan ibn al-Haitham" ;
by "Friedrich Risner" //1657.2 ,
a scholar of 'orom'iginal Cæs|ar' "Petrus Ramus",
also 'frenchIzed' as "Pierre de la Ramée" ;
see also 1710 ;
"unknown author" (above ; thread-grid ; see "line")


The 'Angluish' word camera (n.)
still classified until 1708 ;
originally 'SPAN|uishOP'ed as "camara",
'then.0' 'FrenchIzed' as "chambre" ;
also 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
compare with 'frenchIzed' "fantosme" [".. illusion.."] ;
bef. ~200th day after 1649'ish ;
*clearly it's both'ish close to illusion
or prestige (n.) ;
1650s ;
'frenchIzed' "illusion" ;
bef. ~350th day after 1649'ish

While "chamber" is
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "chambre" ;
'artificially latinIzed',
Meaning "legislative body" ;
//164x.x ;
'SPAN|uishOP'ed
as "cámara" [see above]

Alleged 'minus timed™', "ancient"
and "medieval" egyptians didn't show anything either ;
as shown in 'excavationSCAM's "1899 or so
("Chambre funéraire d'un inconnu" etc.)

There was no alleged 'minus timed™'
pre-"perspective"
and no alleged "ancient" or "medieval" perspective,
it didnt exist ;
the first 1,600 (of current 2,015) years did not exist


Possibly the first "Camera Obscura"
wasn't made available to the public either :
//164x.2, //1652.5 - 1708 ;
see also 'obscura painter' "Jan Vermeer van Delft",
//1663.2 - 1675 ;
member of "St.-Lukas-Gilde" (//1652.7) ;

compare with
academy (n.) ;
as in "the classical Academy" ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
"Accademia Pontaniana" ;
//164x.3 ;
"Académie de Saint-Luc" ([germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed') ;
~391st day after 1649'ish

"Lukasgilde" //1652.7 ;
"Accademia di San Luca" ('italianIzed', Venedig|Venice) ;
//1659.3

dialect (n.) ;
//1657.0 ;
an odd delay (~250th..) compared with "language" ;
*here "~290th day after 1649'ish ;
from (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' "langage" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed'

dialectic (n.) ;
'GREEK_OP'ed ;
//1658.0

talk (n.)
was ~490th day after 1649'ish ;
chatter (n.) started earlier ;
~250th day after 1649'ish

insult (n.) ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
as "an act of insulting" ;
1670 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "insult" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
insult (v.) ;
around //1656.0
'frenchIzed' "arrogant" (adj.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
adjective ;
~390th day after 1649'ish
sense of "to verbally abuse,
affront, assail with disrespect" ;
from bef. //1661.0


see also
"significant development of human language,
incl. 'Angluish'" ;
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aka 'carl (n.)' ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
originally defined as in
"bondsman, common man, man of low birth" ;
from Proto-Germanic "karlon-",
first 'Angluish'ed into "ceorl"|Kerl,
as in "man of low degree" (see churl)

"...the Mellere was a stout
carle for the nones..." ;
"Geoffrey Chaucer" ;
first'ish 'Angluish'ed "Schriftsteller" and "Dichter" ;
~343th day after 1649'ish – //164x.x

from "london" ;
scripted for ~043rd day after 1649'ish ;
as part of "Britannien" ;
~042th day after 1649'ish :
controlled by germanAngelsachsen,
"Eduard der Bekenner" ;

"Gottfried’s von Monmouth" - "Historia Regum Britanniae"
seems to show up first 1854


news (n.) ;
as in "new things" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish
from (germanFraenkisch) 'FrenchIzed' "nouvelles",
'artificially latinIzed' ;
xpression no news, good news ;
1640s ;
news (v.) ;
1640s ;
newsletter (n.) ;
1670s

see also
Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers
aka "Stationers' Company" ;
formed as an organisation //164x.3;
received a Royal Charter
at around //1655.7,
~0005.7 years after "Neue Einkommende Zeitungen",
Leipzig ;
~165th day after 1649'ish (Stadtrecht, Marktrecht)first illustrated //1658.0
University Leipzig (//164x.9) ;
as part of " Markgrafschaft Meißen" ;
~031st day after 1649'ish see also "Grafschaft Orlamünde" ;
~040th day after 1649'ish
heraldry bef. //1661.2

discussion (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "discussion",
'later.0' 'artificially latinIzed' ;
Meaning "a talking over, debating" ;
~450th day after 1649'ish finish (v.) ;
as in "to bring to an end" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
as in ""to come to an end" ;
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "finiss-",
'artificially latinIzed'

fiction (n.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
'Angluish' "ficcioun" ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "ficcion" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
the legal sense (fiction of law) ;
from around //1658.0 ;
Meaning "prose works (not dramatic) of the imagination" ;
from around //1659.0


insult of the week :

idiot (n.) ;
originally as in "person so mentally deficient
as to be incapable of ordinary reasoning " ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "idiote" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artifically latinIzed'

"crap" ;
bibleresearch.org ;
as in "crappe",
"grain that was trodden
underfoot in a barn, chaff....?"
answer denied, email blocked by
bibleresearch.org

"discussion" ;
see above

"remove (n.)" ;
//1655.0 ;
Deborah Rea ;
"communications manager" ;
The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers ;
communications@stationers.org

see
writer ["writan"|rizan] ;
bef. //1651.3 ("More") ;
scribe[ner] ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
scrivener (n.) ;
betw. ~300th day after 1649'ish - ~390th day after 1649'ish

(germanFraenkisch) 'frenchized' "comunicacion" ;
300th day after 1649'ish

see also
'nu|chronology' of the mind @
http://checkthis.com/humansareonly366yearsold

Humans are not older than 366+x years
quick analysis of
other plausible original ,
oldest oppressed languages and dialects,
claimed by some "nations",
not diplomatically recognized by majority
of all other 'artificially nations',

additionally rejected by "United Nations",
developed 1941 - 1945, during "WW 2" ;
see "Arcadia-Konferenz"

[*linked to thinktanks of "Harvard University" (//1663.6)
and 'Angluish' "Sir Winston Churchill"-family ;
bef. //1662.0 - 1688 ;
see "Duke of Marlborough" and architect
Sir John Vanbrugh (1664 - 1726, "Blenheim Palace");
"Whig"-party (after 1679)]

see also
language (n.) ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;

from 'frenchIzed' "langage" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
see also "
De Proprietatibus Rerum" (//164x.2),
printed by "Berthold Ruppel"
[aka "
Bechtold von Hanauwe" ("dies" //1649.5,
allegedly a mate of 'Johannes Gutenberg'] ;

followed //164x.1 (by "Johann Koelhoff, the Elder"),
//164x.2 (by "Pierre Hongre"),
//164x.3 (by "Johann Koelhoff the Elder"),
//164x.3 (by bible publisher "Anton Koberger"),
//164x.5 (by underdocumented "Georg Husner"),
//164x.8 (by "Heinrich Knoblochtzer"),
//1649.1 (by "Georg Husner"),
//1649.2 (by "Anton Koberger"),
//1650.5 (by "Georg Husner"),
//1651.9 ("Venerandi"-version ; see above),
//1660.1, //1660.9 etc.
(dutch editions after //164x.5 ;
'frenchIzed' editions after //164x.2, //1651.0 etc. ;
'SPAN|uishOP'ed //1649.4, by "Vicente de Burgos",
//1649.5, //1652.9 etc. ;
first 'Angluish' edition //1649.5,
'trans|lated' by "John Trevisa",
followed //1653.5, //1658.2 etc.


jargon (n.) ;
~350th day after 1649'ish ;

meaning "mode of speech full of unfamiliar terms" ;
1650s ;
'Angluish' had jargounen (v.) ;
as in "to chatter" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
originally 'frenchIzed' ;
chat (n.) ;
//1652.0

dialect (n.) ;
//1657.0 ;

from 'FrenchIzed' "dialecte",
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
see Philipp von Zesen (//1661.9 – 1689),
who called it a "Mundart" ;
von Zesen also invented
Abstand (Distanz),
Augenblick (Moment),
Entwurf (Projekt),
Letzter Wille (Testament),
Weltall (Universum)
and many others

slang (n.) ;
1756 ;
peaks with Northern "slengenamn" ["nickname"] ;
unknown origin
Azawad ;
as part of original "Mali-Reich"
including Timbuktu ;
~328th day after 1649'ish

Süd-Kasai|South Kasai ;
within today's "Kongo"
incl. "Luba" or "Baluba"
with "Chiluba"-dialect ;
see "Königreich Kongo" ;
possibly ~370th day after 1649'ish ;
'SPAN|uishOP'ed //164x.2, //164x.9

Jubaland ;
within today's Somalia ;
claims ties with
"Sultanat Ajuuraan"|Ajuran Sultanate",
"House of Garen", "Ifat Sultanate",
succeeded by the "Adal Sultanate"
aka سُلطَنَه عَدَال
aka "Sultanate of Adal" (//164x.5 – //1655.9)

see also
sultan (n.) ;
//1655.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "sultan" ;
//1650.0 ;

originally as in "ruler of Turkey",
possibly based on earliest 'OSMAN_OP's ;
earliest 'Angluish' was "soldan", "soudan" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
phonetically close to soldier (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "soudier", "soldier" ;
'artificially latinIzed', also 'SPAN|uishOP'ed ;
possibly based on german "Soldat",
see also sell (v.) ;
from Proto-Germanic "saljan" ["offer up, deliver"] ;
sultanate (n.) ;
1794 ;


[ending] -ate ;
~200th day after 1649'ish
Anjouan ;
part of "Komoren" ;
linked to //1650.0 "Sultanat Ndzuwani" ;
see also Mohéli,
originally part of "Sultanat Anjouan" ;
see also "French Parmentier brothers" (//1652.9),
incl. "Jean Parmentier" (//1649.4 – //1652.9),
from german "Haus Capet"-"controlled" Dieppe ;
see "sailing ship near Java la Grande",
in "Vallard Atlas" //1654.7 ("Dieppe school")

Bougainville ;
part of today's "northern Solomons"
around since //1656.8,
then 'SPAN|uishOP'ed by "Alvara de Mendana" ;
compare with "Solomon" ;
not mentioned in "OT" [*here first 5 chapters of Mose, //164x.3 ;
"Salomo" mentioned in 'nT_CON, //1651.6] ;
used allusively for "a wise ruler";
around //1655.0 ;
the "Solomon Islands" were so named
//1656.8

"de Mendana" is linked to "Real Audiencia"
aka "Audiencia" ["Königliche Audienz"|"Royal Audience",
the highest judicial body in the "Kingdom of Castile" and Court of Appeal ;
possibly emerged ~369th day after 1649'ish ;
soon audiences on "Sardinien" //1656.4, in Sevilla //1656.6,
in "Las Palmas de Gran Canaria" //1656.8, on Sizilien //1656.9
and on Mallorca //1657.1 ;

More developments betw. //1652.6 - //1659.8 :
Neuspanien (Mexiko, //1652.7), Panama (//1653.8),
Guatemala (//1654.3), Lima (//1654.3 "Vizekönig von Peru"),
Guadalajara (//1654.8, "Neugalicien"), Santa Fe de Bogotá (//1654.8),
Charcas (today Sucre, Bolivien, //1655.9),
Quito (//1656.3, see "Real Audiencia de Quito"),
Santiago de Chile (//1656.3, //1660.9), Manila (//1658.3),
followed after 166.x in Buenos Aires, Caracas and Cuzco

'His|torized' by "Waman Puma de Ayala" (/bef. /1661.5) ;
"Huamán Poma de Ayala" (//1653.4 - //1661.5)
in "Nueva Corónica y buen gobierno",
partly 'SPAN|uishOp'ed and "Quechua"
possibly close to the 'original spanish' ;
still under investigation, together with "Taino",
"Jaqaru-", "Jaqi-" or "Aymara-dialects" ;

See Tiahuanaco, described by "Francisco Pizarro González" (//1653.2),
who possibly falsified the 'his|tory' of "Reich der Inka" ;
other possible 'original spanish' could be :

"Culle" aka "Kulyi" aka "Ilinga" aka "Linga" (bef. //1663.8), ;
possibly tied to the "Chachapoya" (//164x.5)


Historians claim that so called "9th Inka",
"Pachacútec Yupanqui" (//164x.8 - //164x.1)
divided his Empire toward the four cardinal directions,
as represented in the "Andean cross"|Andenkreuz ,
the hole in the middle represents Cuzco ;
related "Huayna Cápac" (//164x.6 - //1652.7)
is most likely yet another 'fabricated personality'
of that time period ("Kañari" //164x.0)

compare with
//164x.0
'his|tory' of "Chim˙-Kultur" "phantom timed"
and "replaced" with "Inka" (//164x.8 - //1652.7) ;
Inca (n.) ;
//1659.0;
from 'SPAN|uishOP'ed "Inga" ;
//1652.0s ;
alleged "los conquistadores" are based on
'SPAN|uishOP'ed 'ReconquistaCON' ;
~711th day after 1649'ish ;
see also "Fürstentum Asturien" ;
~388th day after 1649'ish


see also
reign (v.) ;
as in "to hold or exercise sovereign power" ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "regner" ["rule, reign"] ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinized' ;
reign (n.) ;
as in "kingdom" ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "reigne" ;
regnant (adj.) ;
bef. //1660.0
adjective ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "adjectif" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish
'artificially LatinIzed' adjectivum

interregnum (n.) ;
around //1657.0
"Gagausien" ;
part of today's Moldawien ;
tied to "Oghusen" and "Petschenegen" ;
possibly emerging ~386th day after 1649'ish ;
then 'OSMAN_OP'ed //164x.7,
incl. //164x.4 "Bessarabian Budschak"
incl. Gagausien ;
during 1906 attempt of "Republik Komrat",
which survived only "15 days"

"Serbische Krajina" ;
today part of "Kroatien" ;
Croat (n.) ;
from "Hrvat",
peaks with "Old Church Slavonic" "Churvatinu",
with no further origin,
but based on "Erzbistum Krajina" (//164x.x),
incl. "Klosterkirche Prečista Krajinska ;
see also "Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja" ;
first published bef. //1660.1 ;
on behalf of "Mavro Orbin" //1656.3 - //1661.0,
in "Il Regno de gli slavi" (see cover above)


"Štokavisch" aka "schtokawisches Kajkavischen"
and "Čakavisch" or "Kirchenslawische" as scripture and typeface ;
betw. ~290th day after 1649'ish -
~390th day after 1649'ish ;

compare with
church (n.) ;
'Angluish' "cirice", "circe"
was earlier 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
~300th day after 1549'ish ;
from Proto-Germanic "kirika" ;
(Old germanSaxon "kirika", Old germanFrisian "zerke",
Old High German "kirihha", German "Kirche")

Herceg-Bosna ;
within Bosnia and Herzegovina,
linked to earliest "slavic languages"
incl. "Ostsüdslawisch" and
"Altkirchenslawisch" [Thessaloníki]

NOTE :
There was no alleged 'minus timed™'
"Königreich von Makedonien",
which is only based on 'his|torians' as in
"Diodor" ("Βιβλιοθήκη Ἱστορική"|"Bibliothéke historiké"),
which allegedly survived in "fragments",
not published until 1831,
by Julius Friedrich Wurm (astronomer-family) in
"Diodor’s von Sizilien historische Bibliothek" ;
the other alleged source is "Plutarch" -"Sulla" ;
//164x.1, //1655.9
'frenchIzed' by "Jacques Amyot",
//1657.2 ("Moralia"), //1657.9 'Angluish' by "Thomas North",
//1660.3 by "Philemon Holland" ;
in other words,
Thessaloniki didn't emerge much before
~322nd day after 1649'ish
;

partly controlled by "Duke of Burgundy"
aka "House of Burgundy" ;
bef. ~361st day after 1649'ish ;
//164x.0 'OSMAN+OP'ed

"House of Burgundy" was succeeded by
"House of Valois-Burgundy" ;
~361st day after 1649'ish – //164x.2 ;
"House of Habsburg" (//164x.2 – 1700) ;
"House of Bourbon" (1700 – 1713) ;
"House of Habsburg" (1713 – 1795) ;
"House of Bourbon" (1975 – present) ;
see also Louis Alphonse of Bourbon, Duke of Anjous (1974 - ),
linked to
"Order of Saint Michael" (//164x.9),
"Order of the Holy Ghost" (//1657.8),
"Royal and Military Order of Saint Louis" (1693)

Other languages or dialects, tied to original "Herzegovina",
based on german word "Herzog"|duke :
(bulgarian) Pomakisch, südslawisch,
burgenlandkroatisch, Montenegrinisch,
all of them with no clear origin ;
the related "Banater Schwaben"|Swabian do speak German ;
around 1686 ;
"bulgarian" is obscured behind "Blugarinu",
with no clear origin ;
their so called "Zweites Bulgarisches Reich"
is actually their first ;

~186th day after 1649'ish ;
skip to "google 1649'ish"-thesis
include "parallel journals" (for explanation)

see also
duke (n.) ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "duc" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artifcially latinIzed' ;
from Old High German "ziohan" ["to pull"] ;
'Angluish" "togian" ["to draw, drag"]
"Republik Kurdistan" ;
as part of Mahabad in today's Iran ;
unclear origin before 'OSMAN_OP'ed
and "divided" by "Ottoman Empire"
and the "Kingdom of the Safavids" ;
bef. //1663.9 ("Treaty of Qasr-e") ;
other traces peak at Ardabil,
today "Azerbaijan", originally 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
~633rd day after 1649'ish
;
strongly tied to 'ISLAM_OP' ;
~632th day after 1649'ish ;
see also
"Republik Nachitschewan" ;
independent 1990 – 1991,
today part of Azerbaijan ;
see "Khanat Nachitschewan" (1747 - 1828) ;
"Khanat Talysch" was 1747 - 1826

Adscharien,
within Georgia ;
the "Georgian language"
can be traced back to
their first dictionary,
on behalf so called
"catholic theatine and capuchin missions" ;
bef. //1662.9 (incl. 3,000 words),
titled "Dittionario Giorgiano"
incl. "Mkhedruli alphabet",
apparently based on "Asomtavruli",
"Nuskhuri" and "Mkhedruli",
with possible 'excavationSCAM'-ties

"Kachin-Staat" ;
as part of Myanmar ;
supported since 1962 by
"Kachin Independence Organization" (KIO) ;
see related "Königreich Pegu",
"Königreich Ava" and "Königreich Araka" ;
"Hanthawaddy Kingdom" ;
possibly ~287th day after 1649'ish - //1653.9 ;

//1655.0 - //1655.2

see also
caravanserai (n.) ;
as in "Eastern inn ...catering to caravans" ;
around //1659.0 ;
caravan (n.) ;
around //1658.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "caravane", "carvane", "carevane" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish
'nu|chronology' of weather- and ex language :
Humans are only 366+x years old
;
January 15, 2015
incl.

1)
'Hebdo_OP' Pt.3


Ironically, while updating the "google 1649'ish" series,
also "president of Mali", Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta,
attended the funeral of "Charlie Hebdo-falseflag"

2001-'alternative actor' Keïta is
a "Soninke" aka "Maraka" aka "Serahuli",
competing with the "Reich of Mali" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish,
as one of the oldest 'plus timed™' cultures of africa,
together with i.e :

"Mauretanien"|Mauritania (~046th day after 1649'ish) ;
Tunesien|Tunisia (~159th day after 1649'ish) ;
"Reich von Aksum" (~170th day after 1649'ish) ;
Libyen|Libya (possibly ~190th day after 1649'ish ; "Septimius Severus") ;
Egypt (~200th day after 1649'ish ; "Septimius Severus") ;
"Doppelkönigtum Kanem-Bornu" (~290th day after 1649'ish) ;

"Königreich Banyarwanda" aka "Königreich Ruanda" (~350th day after 1649'ish) ;
"Ethiop" (~390th day after 1649'ish) ;
"Stadtstaat Kong" (16xx) ;
"Königreich Abron" (16xx.x) ;
"Königreich Bondoukou" (//164x.x) ;
"Königreich Maravi" (//164x.0) ;
"Askiya-Dynastie" (//1649.3 – //1659.1) ;

"Reich von Ghana" (1650) ;
"Mutapa" (//1650.0) ;
"Reich von Groß-Simbabwe" (//1650.6) ;
"Königreich Gyaman" (//165x.x) ;
"Songhai-Reich" (1655) ;
""Königreich Adansi" (//1655.0)
etc.

see
alternative (adj.) ;
from around //1658.0


Hebdo_OP' Pt.4
January 15th, 2015


Alleged "Al-Quaida"-dept. in Yemen|Jemen "confirms"
'Hebdo_OP'-operation ;
though apparently one of the oldest cultures,
Jemen is not *that old ;
Aden was first illustrated by "de Belleforest",
//1657.5 ;
as in the principal port in the Gulf of Aden,
now the principal city of Yemen|Jemen
2)
"language is TOT" (Pt.2)


excerpt :
"...(especially U.S american) english gets stretched out
by oddly too much 'frenchIzed', in their *own language,
though an alleged "hundred years war" between both of them ;

Especially between 2001 - 2015,
'frenchIzed' word discussion
reappears in 'Angluish' much stronger again ;
~350th day after 1649'ish

Why ?
Because of their constantly indirect refreshed
'Angluish-frenchIzed' war, which also
included the "missing obama cabinet"
at the 'hebdo_OP'-funeral

So was the additional
[germanFraenkisch-]'frenchIzed' 9/11 -version :

a)
in 2002, french "Dasquie & Brisard"
present their limited hangout "The Forbidden Truth",
which introduced the "french fries"-war

b)
The first "conspiracy theory" on the Pentagon
came from france in 2001

c)
"french filmmakers", Naudet Brothers ,
anagramed in DUANE Street, nearby the Twin Towers,
with a "coincidally" wrong reaction shot
of alleged "first plane" [flight did not exist]
in the wrong street,
in their edited video of ...

['NO|PLANERS would interrupt with :
- NO PLANES hit the towers,
...watch septemberclues[.info] (...if you're in the mood...)

As in penis attacked (or raped, for 'metrosexual wrestling gamers'),
the two penis looking, attacked buildings, by another penis,
in U.S. described as "radical ISLAM", *here coined 'ISLAM_OP',
linked to 'KORAN_OP' and german KORAN-inventor and publisher,
'fabricated personality' 'Salomon Schweigger',
while "schweigge[r]" ironically means ~silenccce[r]

see "google 1649'ish"- summary :
Koran_OP starts (after Dschahiliyya"|Epoche der „Unwissenheit) :
masked as some "trans|lation"
1659 (Al-Koranum Mahumedanum ; by german "Salomon Schweigger") ;
allegedly based on some 'iTALianized' version of //1654.7 ("Andrea Arrivaben")
//1659.5 The Kaaba|Die Kaaba is 'falseflagpainted' by "unknown author"
//1663.0 [o:"16|30"] cube Kaaba, [masked as] [re]construction is finished
1698 Louis aka "Ludovico Maracci" (//1661.2-1700) is authoring a '(late') 'latinized' version of Quran
1734 george sale (english version)
1924 royal egypt version


"Schweigger" was indirectly associated with
"Johann Reuchlin", a 'GREEK_OP'-supporter ;
see "George Hermonymus" ;
"College of Sorbonne" ;
~253rd day after 1649'ish, //164x.0, bef. //1660.6 ;
"Schweigger"s KORAN|Quran
is allegedly based on some 'iTALianized' version of
//1654.7 ("Andrea Arrivaben")

"Schweigen" (only mentioned at 'nT_CON', //1651.6),
turns into some 'Angluished' delay of

silence (v.) ;
around //1656.0;
as in "become still or silent" ;
//1659.0 ;
silence (n.) ;
as in "state of being silent" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "silence",
'artificially latinIzed' ;
Meaning "absence of sound" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
silencer (n.) ;
as in "person who silences"
bef. //1660.0
d)
This was NY POST only page 23 worth or so :
The post-9/11 2006 takeover of once
U.S. NAVAL INTELLIGENCE-controlled
Internet-Backbone LUCENT,
based on german "Felten & Guilleaume" (1912),
by (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' ALCATEL (1898) ;
on Board of Alcatel that time was Jean-Pascal Beaufret,
former executive in the French Ministry of Finance
(Treasury).
who's also co-partner of the 'NUKELIES_CON' ;
see archives at
tinyURL.com/nukelies0001

ewing2001 :
"... french connection is AREVA,
mainly known for so called nuclear technology
and related security protocols in worldwide plants.
ALSTOM [ex-Thomson-Houston]|Eurostar trains right next to them ;
Their name gets whitewashed and created on 3 September 2001
[note the close distance to 9/11],
by the merger of Framatome [main historical culprit] (now AREVA NP),
Cogema (now AREVA NC) and Technicatome (now AREVA TA)..."


Also, (U.S american) english thinks,
sex is just 10 minutes long.
How often do they have "10-minutes-sex" ?
3 times a day or once a week/month ?

In germany it's called "foreplay",
if the sex itself is *at least 3-5 hours,
without rarely a break in between,
i think 'SPAN|uishOP'ed germans,
think it's 7 - 9 hours ("horas")

Sex|language itself proves,
that Humans are not older than 366+x years

"fukkit" ;
//1650.3 ;
cover (n.) ;
as a euphemism for "copulate" ;
from around //1653.0
in-and-out "copulation" ;
from bef. //1661.0

The first 'SPAN|uishOP''ed penis
didn't appear until "Cantar de Mio Cid",
allegedly the oldest "medieval" erotic epos,
though apparently without *any publication,
first mentioned //1659.6 by "Ruiz de Ulibarri",
who allegedly obtained
"a copy of the original manuscript" ;
the story was refreshed 1779 by
Don Eugenio Llaguno y Amírola
and 1885, by then-"owner" Pascual de Gayangos ;
finally in 1960 it was obtained by
"Biblioteca Nacional" in Madrid (1712) ;
see also "Tesoro de los humildes" (//1653.0)


compare with
heart (n.) ;
'Angluish' "heorte" ;
from Proto-Germanic "herton-" ;
(Old germanSaxon "herta", Old germanFrisian "herte",
Old High German "herza", German "Herz") ;
'GREEK_OP'ed, 'artificially latinIzed' ;

heartsick (adj.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'Angluish' "heortseoc" ["ill from heart disease"] ;

heartstrings (n.)
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
transferred and figurative sense ;
from around //1659.0

heart-rending (adj.)
1680s,
heartfelt (adj.)
1734,
heart disease ;
1864 ;
Heart attack ;
1875
3

weather (v.) ;
originally as in "come through safely" ;
1650s

weather (n.) ;
'Angluish' "weder" ["air, sky, breeze, storm, tempest"] ;
from Proto-Germanic "wedram" ["wind, weather"] ;
(Old germanSaxon "wedar", Old germanFrisian,
Old High German "wetar", German "Wetter") ;
alteration of -d- to -th- ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
alleged 'ancient' and 'minus timed™' Greek
had words for "good weather",
slightly 'GREEK_OP'ed' from "weather"
and words for "storm" and "winter",
but no generic word for "weather" until "kairos" ;
compare with "time", which means weather in Irish ("aimsir")


Kairo|Cairo emerged somehow after
~969th after 1649'ish,
allegedly based on "arabian" dynasty "Fatimiden",
then 1651.7 already 'OSMAN_OP'ed ;
first cartographed //1654.8 (by "Giacomo Gastaldi",
see also Moscovia //1655.0), //1654.9 (by "Matteo Pagano"),
//1657.2 ("Braun/Hogenberg"), //1657.5 ("De Belleforest"),
//1660.0, //1662.0 ("Dapper") etc. ;
compare with
Arab (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' "Arabi",
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
Arabian ;
~300th day after 1649'ish
Araby ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
eventually turning into "Arabia' (1711) ;
aisle ;
as in "lateral division of a church" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish

winter (n.) ;
'Angluish' "ænetre" ["one-year-old"] ;
from Proto-Germanic "wintruz" ;
(Old germanFrisian, Old germanSaxon,
Old High German "wintar", German "winter") ;
midwinter (n.) ;
~150th day after 1649'ish ;
winter (v.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
brumal (adj.) ;
as in "belonging to winter" ;
//1651.0

wintergreen (n.) ;
as in type of plant ;
//1654.0 ;
halcyon (adj.) ;
as in "14 days of calm weather at the winter solstice" ;
//1654.0 ;
hiemal (adj.) ;
as in "pertaining to winter" ;
//1655.0 ;
hibernation (n.) ;
1660s ;
snowbird (n.) ;
1680s ;
blizz ;
as in "violent rainstorm" ;
1770

autumn (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'Angluish' "autumpne", "Harvest" ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "autumpne", "automne" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'SPAN|uishOP'ed

spring (n.) ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
springing time ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
earlier known as "Lent",
"spring of the leaf" ;
//1652.0 ;
compare with German "Frühling",
as in //164x.x 'Angluish' "prime-temps",
from 'FrenchIzed' "prin tans",
which replaced "primevère" //165x.x
as the common word for spring

summer (v.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish

rain (v.) ;
bef. ~200th day after 1649'ish ;
plover (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
dewdrop (n.),
originally dew drop ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
forecast (n.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
hail (v.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish

clemency (n.) ;
//1655.0 ;
sultry (adj.) ;
//1659.0 ;
"know enough to come in out of the rain" ;
//1659.0

sundial (n.) ;
also sun-dial ;
1659.0 ;
umbrella (n.) ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
"on which the sun never sets" ;
bef. //1663.0
inclement (adj.) ;
1660s ;
"have one's place in the sun" ;
1680s ;
hailstorm (n.) ;
1690s

see also
mountaineer (n.);
bef. //1660.0
Silberlöwe|silver lion, Berglöwe, Kuguar,
cougar, 'SPAN|uishOP'ed Puma ;
categorized 1771 (by Linne)

Weather-breeder ;
from 1650s


"OT" (//164x.3) mentions german
wetter, regen, schnee, tau, hagel
and apparently knows, how a lion looks like...
1704 ;
‘ORIENTalismOP’ intensified with
“1001 Nacht” on behalf of “Antoine Galland” (//1664.6 - 1715) ;
‘frenchIzed’ as “Les mille et une nuits: contes arabes” ;
‘Angluish’ aka “Arabian Nights
//1656.1


meteorology (n.) ;
as in "science of the atmosphere,
weather forecasting" ;
from bef. //1661.0,
from 'FrenchIzed' "mÈtÈorologie", 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
linked to 'panicOP' **

meteor (n.) ;
originally as in "any atmospheric phenomenon" ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "meteore" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
specific sense of "fireball, shooting star" ;
from around //1659.0

see also "Albertus Magnus" in
"De natura locorum\Klimatologie..." (//1651.4) ;
by "astronome" "Georg Tannstetter" (//164x.2 - //1653.5) ;
Tannstetter is linked to "Grafschaft von Lechsgemünd-Graisbach"
incl. "Adelheid von Zypern", "Kloster Niederschönenfeld" ;
~035th day after 1649'ish


(** see
revised mini 'nu|chronology' of artificial 'panic_OPs' - vol.003
http://checkthis.com/whyhumansareonly365yearsold
incl. peril (~200th..), danger (~250th..), plague //164x.2 - //164x.3,
petite vérole //1649.3, terrorism (1795) etc. ;
recently added : ‘frenchIzed’ tumult ;
~100th day after 1649’ish ;
“flooding” , falseflagpinted’ //1657.0)
There was no alleged 'minus timed™',
“ancient” or “medieval”
thought on energy until
energy (n.) ;
as in “force of oppression” ;
//1659.0
;
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “énergie” ;
//165x.x ;
related earliest thinkers on this,
mostly ’fabricated personalities’ as in

"Aristotle"|Aristoteles ;
(//1656.6, //1659.6,
//1659.8, //1661.9, bef. //1662.3 etc.) ;


“Galileo Galilei” (//1656.4 - //1664.1)

“Christiaan Huygens” (//1662.9 - 1695)
“Evangelista Torricelli” (//1660.8 - //1664.7)

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (//1664.6 - 1716)
etc.

[thx to *e.]
Insider City
Timișoara aka Temesvár aka Temeswar,
("...the themes of War...")
Temeschwar (Temeschburg ~154th..), Temesvár etc. ;
cartographed 1656 by "Nicolas Sanson" ;
had the earliest "electric street lamps" worldwide ;
not revealed until 1884,
second in the world after New York,
while Munich (Germany) had
allegedly only "ongoing street experiments"

compare with the "delayed"
Dampfmaschine|steam engine technology ;
Blasco de Garay //1654.3 ;
vs. Denis Papin 1690 ;
vs. Thomas Savery 1698 ;
all allegedly "without success"

Make sure, all castles and related
kingdom-boroughs *had electricity,
possibly even Glühlampen|light bulbs,
allegedly "invented" 1884 ;
the idea of a bulb was known since
//1656.0 ;
'frenchIzed' as in "bulbe",
'artificially latinIzed', also 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
the cipe|Zwiebel and onion is known since
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
the glass industry established since
Oil lamps with bellows
and Trankrüsel, Tranlampe or Walratlampe ;
16xx ;
see also Cardanlampe and Öllampenuhr ;
//165x.x

Then there was also the "opressed" idea of
"Louis Jacques Thénard" (1777 - 1857)

Of course 'fabricated ancient'
"Heron von Alexandria" instead was first
'falseflagpainted' 1688 ;
u bet an early system,
based on the "Heronsball" already existed,
however his book "Dioptra",
from Proto-Germanic "deupaz" ("deep"),
wasn't really around until 1890;
yet another illustration "Dioptra Geodaetica"
shows up already 1654

compare with
flash (n.) ;
as in "sudden burst of flame or light" ;
//1656.0 ;
flash (v.) ;
'Angluish' "flashen", "flasken" ;
as in "burst into flames" ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
"Blitze...in Ägyptenland..."
mentioned in "OT" (//164x.3)

compare with phonetically close
flesh (n.) ;
as "fleisch" in "OT" (//164x.3) ;
'Angluish' "flæsc" ;
from Old germanFrisian "flesk",
Middle Low German "vlees",
German "Fleisch" ;
perhaps from Proto-Germanic "flaiskjan",
sense as in "piece of meat torn off" ;
sense of "sensual appetites" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
of fruits ;
from around //1657.0

"in the flesh" ;
1650s ;
(see "Wyclif" "up the flesh",
"Tindale" "after the flesh")
'Angluish' poetry-word for "body"
was "flæsc-hama"
flesh-color ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
Flesh-wound ;
from 1670s

fleshling ["a sensual person"] ;
//1654.8
Flesh-company ;
as in "sexual intercourse" ;
around //1652.0

see also connected sex language as in
penis (n.) ;
1670s ;

from 'FrenchIzed' "pénis" ;
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
possibly replacing 'Angluish' "fæsl" ;
from German Fasel ["young of animals, brood"] ;
phallus (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
pencil (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "pincel",
also as in "artist's paintbrush" ;
'artificially latinIzed'

pecker (n.) ;
1690s ;
cock (n.) ;
'Angluish' "cocc" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
dick (n.) ;
//1655.0 ;
pivot (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
loom ;
as in "penis" ;
//164x.x - //1660.0


peninsula (n.) ;
//1653.0 ;
fukkit ;
//1650.3

sex (n.) ;
originally as in "males or females collectively" ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
sexless (adj.) ;
//1659.0
a favorite *here :
the extremely delayed first book on pregnancy,
as in “Der Swangern frawen und Hebamme roszgarte” ;
by “Eucharius Rösslin der Ältere” (//164x.0 - //1652.6)
//1651.3 ;
compare with
pregnancy (n.) ;
//1652.0 ;
see also illustrated Childbirth ;
by “unknown author” (bef. //1660.1)
//164x.0
earliest 'falseflagpainting'-detail
of a cloud
(by "Andrea Mantegna",
strongly tied to the " de' Medici"-family
and "Duchy of Mantua" ;
//1653.0 – 1708 ;
(see "Lombards" and "Franks" ;
betw. ~200th day after 1649'ish -
~390th day after 1649'ish,
as in "banker, money-changer, pawnbroker"


'Angluish' "weolcan" ;
based on German "Wolke" ;
bef. ~200th day after 1649'ish ;
sky (n.) ;
as in "a cloud" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish ;
air (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
storm (v.) ;
'Angluish' "styrman",
close to phonetically German
Steuermann|coxswain ;
~400th day after 1649'ish ;
breeze (n.) ;
//1656.0

see also helmsman, first mate,
pilot (n.),
as in "one who steers a ship" ;
//1651.0 ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "pillote" ;
//165x.x ;
tempest (n.) ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
see "Der Sturm" ("Shakespeare") ;
bef. //1661.1 ;
see Mailand|Milano ;
~151st day after 1649'ish ;
as "Herzogtum Mailand" ;
~262nd day after 1649'ish ;
first 'cartographed' //1659.9 ("Bertelli")

("...waddabout the *real reports
from alleged 1,600 years with 'fabricated Wars',
how was the weather ?
Or what about 'GUTENBERG_CON' //164x.0,
almost 204 years no new words for weather...?"
Other TOP 45 significant nonsense
of alleged 'minus timed™' minus time,
as in before 2,015 alleged years (*here 366+x years)
incl. alleged cultures, 'fabricated personalities',
'his|torians' and specific
'minus timed™' "events" (//1657.0)

i n t r o d u c t i o n

the earliest ‘century|fakery’ was
already performed in “OT” (
//164x.3) ;
*here "OT" is only counting for
the first five chapter of Mose,
everything else is 'nT_CON' (//1651.6) :

969 years (Metuschelach) ;
962 years (Jered) ;
930 years (Adam) ;
905 years (Enosch) ;
912 years (Set) ;
910 years (Kenan) ;
895 years (Mahalalel) ;
777 years (Lamech) ;

500 years (Noah) ;
compare with “Noah's ark” ;
bet. //1661.0 ;
Noachian (adj.) ;
“from 1670s” ;
Mosaical ;
//1656.0

'minus timed™' 969 years,
(*here 366+x - 969 years) ,
that would have been
close associates from ‘fabricated cultures’,
as in :

a)
Phoenician (n.) ;
instead the idea emerged
~390th day after 1649’ish ;
originally ‘frenchIzed’,
‘artificially latinIzed’, ‘GREEK_OP’ed ;
see also Phoebe

b)
the alleged 'minus timed™’,
‘SPAN|uishOP’ed “Andalusien”,
as in vandals (n.) ;
instead “they” emerged 1660s ;
obviously an ironical reference to
*any proto-Germanic “wandljaz” [“wanderer”],
which would have been those, who who wrote and
controlled the first sea rights,
as in Germany

The Mediterraneum was originally
known as in Wendel-sæ [‘the vandals’] ;

c)
alleged pharaos ;
possibly close to
Memphitic ;
//1658.0 ;
Memphian ;
//1659.0

d)
alleged “kingdom of Tyros”,
most likely fabricated at around
Tyrian (adj.) ;
//1651.0 ;
possibly emerged
~089th day after 1649’ish ;
see also “Erzbistum Tyrus” ;
~124th day after 1649’ish ;
linked to possibly earliest ‘ORIENTalismOP’ ;
the “Seldschuken” and “Fatimiden”, based on “Oghusen”
~171th day after 1649’ish ;
compare with
Mahometry ;
~490th day after 1649’ish ;
Ismaelism ;
bef. //1660.0 ;
Muhammadism ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
Islamism ;
1747
1
There was no alleged 'minus timed™' "Roman Empire"
and "Roman calendar", as recently debunked *here ;
alleged 'minus timed™' chinese calendar is based on
bef. //1664.5 system by "Jesuiten" ;
see "Adam Schall von Bell" (//1659.2 - //1666.6)
;
"Collegio Romano" (//1655.1) ;
from "Grafschaft Schall-Riaucour" ;
~150th day after 1649'ish,
which is still around as in i.e.
Heidemarie Gräfin Schall-Riaucour,
Wilderich Graf von Schall-Riaucour,
Peter von Schall-Riaucour etc. ;
the original calender instead was one of the first machines,
those "to press and smooth clothes and paper" (!) ;
bef. //1651.0 ;
the earliest calendar system is the Bauernkalender
from //1656.3
, print version in Zürich

2
There also was no 'minus timed™' Greek or
Koine Greek language, as recently debunked *here ;
therefore also no "Wars between Greece and Persia" ;
*here coined 'GREEK_OP' could have started at
//164x.9 ('Pliny-Naples-confusion') ;
next phase of 'GREEK_OP' was an artificially created font set,
developed on behalf of a team around 'fabricated personalities', i.e.
“Thomas Platter der Ältere” (//1649.9 – //1658.2) ;
ironically from phonetically-close “Grächen” ;
printer “Andreas Cratander” (//1649.0 - //1654.0) ;
“Oswald Myconius Geißhüsler” (//164x.8 - //1655.2)
and others ;
indirect ties to german Benediktiner-“Kloster Hasungen” ;
~074th day after 1649’ish


"Greklond" ;
~200th day after 1649'ish

The ‘his|tory’ of greece|Griechenland seems to be obscure
and complicated, but
it was supposed to be designed like that
for the earliest german ’century|fakery’-crews, to have a field day
and use them as a front, together with “Genoese” and “Ottoman Empire”,
which work both as a smokescreen

It reads easier, if you follow the ‘nu|chronology’ of :
http://checkthis.com/humansareonly366yearsold

“…the fictionalized and 'artificial nation' "Greece'
emerged with "Königreich Thessaloniki"

incl. "Zentralmakedonien", "Ostmakedonien" and "Thrakien" ;
~204th day after 1649'ish,
close after the "Vierter Kreuzzug"|4th Crusade ;
~202nd day after 1649'ish – ~204th day after 1649'ish

This kingdom expired ~224th day after 1649'ish,
it was neighboured by "Herzogtum Athen",
~204th day after 1649'ish ;
official founded by some germanBurgundisch knight,
'fabricated personality' "Othon de la Roche" from
"Kloster Bellevaux" ;
~119th day after 1649'ish

Bellevaux was founded by Cistercians ;
Cistercian (adj.) ;
bef. //1660.0,
as in "pertaining to the Cistercian order of monks" ;
"Herzogtum Athen" was controlled by "Krone Aragon" ;
~379th day after 1649'ish ;
controlled by "Republik Venedig"|Venice ;
~395th day after 1649'ish - //164x.2 ;
'OSMAN_OP'ed ;
//164x.6
…”

see also german "Haus Oldenburg", who controls
Greece since te beginninng, up until the 1970s ;
they're still around as in Christian Herzog von Oldenburg :

http://checkthis.com/humansareonly366yearsold


"…another part of "Königreich Thessaloniki"
was "Fürstentum Achaia" ;
~205th day after 1649'ish ;
'OSMAN_OP'ed //164x.0 ;
"Achaia" was established on behalf of the
"von Champlitte"-family,
related to former german "Freigrafschaft Burgund" ;
see "Königreich Burgund" ;
~033th day after 1648'ish

…it took until 1823 for the first so called independence
of today's Griechenland aka Greece ;
…ironically 1832 - 1924 it continued
for the very first time as
"Königreich Griechenland"|Kingdom of Greece,
("Βασίλειο της Ελλάδος" aka "Vasílio tis Elládos"),
followed again from 1935 - 1973 ;

most convenient, except for the first king
of the German "House of Wittelsbach",
all others came from german "House of Oldenburg..."



acropolis (n.) ;
1660s
;
see also
“alleged architects of the Acropolis in Athens” at
http://checkthis.com/howhumansareonly365yearsold

“…possibly reconstructed //164x.6,
allegedly partly destroyed 1687,
on behalf of venetian "Francesco Morosini" (//1661.8 - 1694),

…though often labelled with 1687 or 1670,
the acropolis wasn't '(falseflag)painted' until
Fanelli, Francesco; Adams, John (1735 - 1826) ;
others include Lusieri Giovanni Battista (1751 - 1821),
Page William (1794 - 1860), Johann Michael Wittmer 1833,
Adolf Boetticher (1842 - 1901), Leo von Klenze 1846,
Adolf Böhm (* 1844) and Georg Macco (1863 - 1933) ;
one "Venetian siege of Acropolis" was done by an unknown author,
allegedly in the late 1680s ;
another is "Parthenon in Athens after the arrival of Francesco Morosini" ;
apparently also by an unknown author (1672 - 1676 ; contradiction)…

…the old school 'media|fakery'-products :

Linearschrift A ,
Linearschrift B ;
two related forms of alleged linear Minoan writing
known since 'excavationSCAM' of 1878 on "Crete" ;
on behalf of Sir Arthur Evans, who "discovered" "Knossos" ;
hieroglyph (n.) ;
//1659.0 ;
hieroglyphic (n.);
//1659.0
…"


The Erechtheion, on the north side of the Acropolis,
was manipulated in 1801 by Lord Elgin,
from the line of “Earls of Kincardine” (//1664.3, 1662),
to obscure its age as wel

“schism”
was developed ~390th day after 1649’ish ;
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “scisme”, “cisme” ;
~100th day after 1649’ish,
to pave the way away from Dualism to diversions ;
iconoclastic (adj.) ;
1640s ;
same to cleft and split (1640s - //1658.0)

iconoclast (n.) ;
as in ”breaker or destroyer of images" ;
//1659.0
;
from ‘FrenchIzed’ “iconoclaste” ;
‘then.0’ ‘artificially latinIzed’, ‘later.0’ ’GREEK_OP’ed
the “Great Schism” scripted for
~378th day after 1649’ish - //164x.7
in the [Western] church ;

church vocabulary emerged betw.
~350th day after 1649’ish -
~390th day after 1649’ish (“church key”) ;
churchyard ;
~100th day after 1649'ish

see also
unchurched (adj.) ;
1680s ;
Church-goer ;
from 1680s ;
Church-mouse ;
1731 ;
from Proto-Germanic “kirika” ;
(Old germanSaxon “kirika”, Old germanFrisian “zerke”,
Old High German “kirihha”, German “Kirche”) ;
‘later.0’ ’GREEK_OP’ed

resurrection (n.) ;
~300th day after 1649’ish ;
from ‘Angluish-FrenchIzed’ “resurrectiun”,
‘FrenchIzed’ “resurrection” ;
~100th day after 1649’ish ;
*both jesus and christ(us) not mentioned in “OT” ;
‘artificially latinIzed’ ;
replaced ‘Angluish’ “æriste” ;
generalized sense of "revival" ;
“from 1640s” ;
also used in ‘Angluish’
“of the rising again of the dead on the Last Day” ;
~300th day after 1649’ish ;
“Resurrectionist”,
as in "grave-robber" ;
from 1776
"Perpetual graves" ;
"1650" ;
grave (n.) ;
‘Angluish’ “græf” ;
from Proto-Germanic “graban” ;
(Old germanSaxon “graf”, Old germanFrisian “gref”,
Old High German “grab”),
related to ‘Angluish’ “grafan” [“to dig”] ;

gravedigger (n.)
also grave-digger ;
from around //1659.0 ;
grave (adj.) ;
//1654.0 ;
gravestone (n.) ;
~200th day after 1649’ish
//1649.6


3
There also was no 'minus timed™' Karthago|Carthage,
//1649.2 first illustrated by "Hartmann Schedel"
in "Das ander alter der Werlt", spelled "Affrica"
incl. "Ethiopia" and "Carthago" ;
Punic (adj.) ;
as in "pertaining to Carthage" ;
around //1653.0 ;
car- not mentioned in "OT" (//164x.3)

4
There also was no 'minus timed™' Vedic,
some terminology fabricated at around 1845 ;
see more at 'SANSKRIT_OP' ;
furthermore falsified by Hervey De Witt Griswold (1971)

5
There was no 'minus timed™' Byzantine empire,
which emerged at around
~332nd day after 1649'ish - //164x.3 ;
'frenchIzed' bef. //1664.8 in
"Byzantine du Louvre"
and 1680 in "Du Cange's Historia Byzantina" ;
see also "The Baptism of Constantine",
'falseflagpainted' by "pupils of Raphael" ;
//1652.0 – //1652.4

6
There was no 'minus timed™' peninsula,
which wasn't known until around //1653.0,
("...every snippet from some land
could be declared a penin-sula...") ;
therefore no 'minus timed™' Peloponnesus ;
~490th day after 1649'ish ;
no Hispania ;
bef. ~400th day after 1649'ish ;
no Andalusia or al Andalus,
Wendlas ["wanderer"] ;
//1655.0 ;
no Korean "peninsula" ;
//164x.3 ("Hangul"-grammar") ;
no Florida ;
//1651.3
7
There was no 'minus timed™' Damascus ;
originally known for silk ;
~250th day after 1649'ish ;
emerged at around
~634th day after 1649'ish ;
Damaskus and Hoba mentioned
in "OT" (//164x.3) ;
//1651.6 'OSMAN'OP'ed ;
see madrasa "school",
based on bef. //1663.9
'Angluish'ed fort of Madras ;
Damascus first 'falseflagpainted' by
"Olfert Dapper" (//1663.5 - 1689),
based on "reports by Jesuit missionaries"
(see also his "Description of Africa", 1668)
first cartographed //1653.2 ("Jacob Ziegler")

8
There was no 'minus timed™' "Elamite Empire",
based on "Susiana" ("Claudius Ptolemy",
his "Geography" delayed until //164x.9,
//164x.2 (Ulm and " Francesco Berlinghieri"),
//1653.5 etc.

9
There was no 'minus timed™' Babylonian (n.) ;
betw. ~350th day after 1649'ish - //1656.0 ;
Babylonical ;
//1653.0 ;
Babel ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
in "OT" (//164x.3)

//164x.6


10
There was no 'minus timed™' Jerusalem,
only mentioned in 'nT_CON, //1651.6
There also was no 'minus timed™' “Saurus”,
which is a fabrication for kids, the biggest lie since “Santa Claus” (1773),
mostly based on ‘excavationSCAM’s

incl.
saurian (n.) 1819 ;
‘artificially latinIzed’, ‘GREEK_OP’ed ;
plesiosaurus (n.) 1825 ;
mosasaurus (n.) 1830 ;
Ichthyosaur (n.) 1830 ;
dinosaur (n.) 1841 (coined by Sir Richard Owen) ;
elasmosaurus (n.) 1868 ;
hadrosaur (n.) 1877 ;
stegosaurus (n.) 1877 ;
brontosaurus (n.) 1879 ;
ceratosaurus (n.) 1884 ;
brachiosaurus (n.) 1903 ;
tyrannosaurus (n.) 1905 (coined by H.F. Osborn, Sr.) ;
ankylosaurus (n.) 1907
etc.

‘DINO_CON’ started around 1676,
nearby Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England ;
on behalf of “Robert Plot” (//1664.0 – 1696),
first curator of the “Ashmolean Museum” (1678),
who published a description in 1677,
“Plot” was not ‘falseflagainted’ at his time
1655
german Kästrich ;
by "Matthäus Merian d.J." (//1662.1 - 1687)


11
There was no 'minus timed™' germanic
"Thrace" or "Thraker" or *any other
Germanic (//1652.0) at all ;
bef. ~300th day after 1649'ish ;
mostly based on

a)
"Homer" in "Ilias" ;
not available until
//164x.8 ("Demetrios Chalkokondyles" in Florenz) ;
//1656.6 ("Henricus Stephanus" in Paris) ;
see also "Biblioteca Ambrosiana" (bef. //1660.2)

b)
"Herodotus"|"Herodot",
not published or reflected until
//1649.4, //1650.2 etc.

c)
"Archilochos" ;
apparently peaks with
Alan Blakeway in "The Date of Archilochus" ;
from legendary "Shrewsbury School" ;
//1655.2 ;
"Christ Church College in Oxford" ;
//1652.5 ;
"Winchester College" ;
~382nd day after 1649'ish ;
"British School at Athens" (1886)

d)
"Xenophanes" ;
source peaks with E. Zeller -
"Die Philosophie der Griechen" (1856)

12
There was no 'minus timed™' "Samnites" or "Sabines" ;
mostly based on "Strabo" - "Geography",
"delayed" until //164x.9, //1651.6 ("GREEK_OP'ed),
//1658.7 ("Isaac Casaubon"), //1662.0 etc.

13
There was no 'minus timed™' "Mauryan Empire",
which seems to appear in the 1990s ;
no "Seleucid Empire",
which is based on some fabrication from
"Strabo" (see above) ;
no "Cimbri" or 'minus timed™' "Cimbrian War",
see "Plutarch"'s "Parallel Lives" //164x.0 "Ulrich Han",
//1651.9 ("Hieronymus Emser"),
"the Lives" //1655.9, "Moralia" //1657.2,
both by "Jacques Amyot",
"University of Paris" (~160th day after 1649'ish) ;
followed //1657.9 ("Sir Thomas North") etc.

14
There was no 'minus timed™' Sri Lanka or Ceylon,
claim peaks with 1679 (“Anuradhapur” aka අනුරාධපුරය) ;
neither any Armenian did exist already ;
//1659.0 ;
both not mentioned in BIBLE ;
the "Mahawansha" or "Mahavansi"
appeared 1833,
on behalf of bookseller Edward Upham ;
"Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland" (1824),
based on Sir William Jones (1746 – 1794) ;
"Society of Antiquaries of London" (1751)

The "Society of Antiquaries of London"
was based on "College (or Society) of Antiquaries" (//1658.6) ;
see "Sir Nicholas Throckmorton" (//1651.5 - //1657.1) ;
sheriff of London "Benedict Barnham" (//1655.9 – //1659.8) ;
"Robert Beale" (//1654.1 – //1660.1),
who wrote the official record of the execution of
'fabricated personality' "Mary, Queen of Scots" (//1654.2 – //1658.7) ;
"Edward Brerewood" (//1656.5 – //1661.3), some mathematician,
who wrote an influential book on the origin of languages,
"Diversity of languages and religions,
through the chief parts of the world
" (bef. //1661.4)

Other earliest members of this society
include a relative of a courtier of "Elizabeth I" (//1653.3 – //1660.3) ;
ties to "Worshipful Company of Drapers" (~180th day after 1649'ish) ;
family ties to the founder of "Magdalen College" (//164x.8) ;
"John Stow" (//1652.5 – //1660.5, "Survey of London" //1659.8) ;
"the County Palatine of Lancaster" (betw. ~182nd day.. - bef. //1661.0) ;
"College of Arms or Herald's College" (emerged betw. //164x.4 - //1655.5) ;
related keywords :
philology (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
philologist (n.) ;
1640s ;
"Baptist" ;
bef. //1660.9 ;
courtier (n.) ;
~250th day after 1649'ish
15
There was no 'minus timed™' "Sulla",
who is based on

a)
"Appian" - "Historia Romana",
//164x.7 ("Erhard Ratdolt")

b)
"Sallust" ;
//164x.4 - //1649.4

c)
"Plutarch" ;
//1657.9

d)
"Velleius Paterculus" ;
from around //1652.0,
followed by other editions of
"Justus Lipsius" (//1654.7 - //1660.6),
"Jan Gruter" (//1656.0 - //1662.7),
"Nikolaes Heinsius der Ältere" (//1662.0 - 1681)
and Pieter Burman der Ältere (1668 - 1741),
"Universität Utrecht" (bef. //1663.6)

16
There was no 'minus timed™' "Bithynien"|Bythnia ;
mostly based on "Tacitus" ;
("discovery" of his work //1650.8 ) ;
"Cassius Dio" ;
his work emerged betw. //1652.9 - //1658.0 ;
'plus timed™' "Pliny the Elder" ("Naturalis historia") ;
first published between //164x.9 - //1659.9 ;
Nicene (adj.) ;
in reference to Nicaea, city in Bithynia ;
~400th day after 1649'ish

17
There was no 'minus timed™' "social war"|Bundesgenossenkrieg
among the alleged 'minus timed™' "Roman Empire",
mostly based on "Appian" - "Historia Romana",
not published until //164x.7 ("Erhard Ratdolt")

18
There was no 'minus timed™' Tarent
until "Fürstentum Tarent" ;
~088th day after 1649'ish - //164x.5,
then controlled by "Königreich Neapel" ;
~282nd day after 1649'ish

19
There was no 'minus timed™' "Mithridatic War" ;
see "Conrad Gesner" (//1651.6 - //1656.5) in
"Mithridates. De differentiis linguarum" (//1655.5)

20
There was no 'minus timed™' "Pharao Ptolemaios IX."
or *any Cleopatra ;
additionally falsified by Felix Staehelin (1873 - 1952)
//1657.6 ;
"Sicilia",
by underdocumented "Tomasso Porcacchi" (//1653.0 – //1658.5) ;
see also "Jamaica" (//1657.2)


21
There was no 'minus timed™' Sizilien|Sicilia ;
earliest cartography by "Willem Blaeu" (//1657.1 – //1663.8),
which possibly emerged
~250th day after 1649'ish ;
as part of german "Dynastie der Staufer",
incl. 'SPAN|uishOP'ed Anjou and Aragon ;
//1650.4 "König von Sizilien"
is same as "König von Neapel"

22
There was no 'minus timed™' "Cicero" ;
his work didn't emerge until around //1654.7 ;
"Ciceros Epistulae ad familiares" ;
earliest reference appears to be
"Lorenzo Valla" (//164x.5 - //164x.7)

23
There was no 'minus timed™' "Parthian",
not mentioned in BIBLE and literature until
//1652.0 ;
obviously based on "Tacitus" (//1650.8),
"Strabon" (//164x.9, //1651.6) and
"Cassius Dio" (//1652.9)

24
There was no 'minus timed™' gladiator (n.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish

25
There was no 'minus timed™' slave (v.) ;
//1655.0
26
There was no 'minus timed™' "Colossus of Rhodes",
first 'falseflagpainted' by "Maarten van Heemskerck" (//1649.8 – //1657.4),
followed by "André Thevet" at around //1655.4
etc.

27
There was no 'minus timed™' "Lao-Tse",
which seems to be emphasized by
Richard Wilhelm (1873 - 1930)
plus Martin Buber 1921 with
"Reden und Gleichnisse des Tschuang-tse“ ;
"Liezi" could be fiction from
Alfred Forke (1867 - 1944) ;
from "Seminar für Orientialische Sprachen" (1887)

28
There was no 'minus timed™' "Vitruv" ;
his works seems to be stale until //164x.2,
//1651.1 ("Fra Giovanni Giocondi da Verona"),
//1652.1 (by "Cesare Cesarian", first illustrated)
etc.

29
There was no 'minus timed™' idea of a praetor ;
~400th day after 1649'ish
30
There was no 'minus timed™' Alexandrinischer Krieg,
"Battle of the Nile" and "Alexander the Great" ;
'his|torians' mostly conditioned this lie
with assistance of 'falseflagpainting'
"Alexanderschlacht" ("Schlacht bei Issos"),
//1652.8 (by "Albrecht Altdorfer" //164x.0 - //1653.8)

31
There was no 'minus timed™' 'his|torian' and "geograph" "Strabon" ;
his work isn't published until
//164x.9, //1651.6, //1658.7 ("Isaac Casaubon") ;
compare with
geographer (n.) ;
//1654.0 ;
geography (n.) ;
//1654.0 ;
geographical (adj.) ;
//1655.0 ;
geographic (adj.) ;
bef. //1662.0 ;
'frenchIzed', 'artificially latinIzed';
"historien" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish

32
There was no 'minus timed™' idea of a triumvirate (n.)
until around //1658.0 ;
triumvir (n.) ;
~450th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed'

33
There was no 'minus timed™' Britannia ;
the name emerged at around
bef. ~300th day after 1649'ish ;
originally 'frenchIzed' "Bretaigne"
and 'artificially latinIzed' ;
related "De bello Gallico' seems to be first
picked up by "Petrus Ramus" and
"Shakespeare" (both at around //1659.9)

34
There was no 'minus timed™' Carrara Marble ;
production instead started at around
~250th day after 1649'ishy ;
on behalf of the "Pisano"-family ;
marble (adj.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
based on Old High German "marmul",
German "Marmor"
35
There was no 'minus timed™' amber (n.) ;
~350th day after 1649'ish ;
see also "ambergris" and "electrum" ;
brimstone (n.) ;
'Angluish' "brynstan",
occasionally also known as
"brem-", "brom-", "brum-",
"bren-", "brin-", "bron-",
"brun-", "born-", "burn-",
"burned-", "burnt-" and "bernstein" ;
formerly known as "the mineral sulfur" ;
see also "brenstoon and fier", "Wycliff" ;
~382th day after 1649'ish
northern slang "brennusteinn" meant "amber"
as does German "Bernstein" ;
see "De magnete magneticisque corporibus" ;
by "William Gilbert" (bef. //1660.0)

36
There was no 'minus timed™' cement building ;
possibly classified until Louis-Joseph Vicat (1786 – 1861),
it appears early as "Romanzement" or "Romankalk" ;
see John Smeaton (1724 – 1792)

37
There was no 'minus timed™' idea of a prefect (n.);
~350th day after 1649'ish ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "prefect" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish,
'artificially latinIzed' ;
per (prep.) ;
//1658.0

38
There was no 'minus timed™' evidence
for *any currency and minting production,
incl. for "Goldmünzen" (Aureus), "Silbermünzen" (Denaurius),
"Messingmünzen" (Sestertius, Dupondius) and "Kupfermünzen" (As) ;
instead the complete mining industry started with
german "Georgius Agricola" (//1649.4 – //1655.5) ;
also "Messing"|'Angluish' "bræs"
isn't mentioned in "OT" (//164x.3) ;
see also first Berg Regale|rules for mining at
http://checkthis.com/howhumansareonly365yearsold
incl.
~158th day after 1649'ish Ronkallischen Konstitution incl. "Bergregal"
~185th day after 1649'ish Tyroler Bergordnung
~248th day after 1649'ish Iglauer Bergrecht
...
//164x.x Tirol Große Schwazer Bergordnung
...


39
There was no 'minus timed™' Noricum (today "Austria) and
Trier, Neuss, Chur, Augsburg,
Kempten, Bregenz, Lyon, Worms,
Kästrich, Bonn, Xanten,
Straßburg, Bingen, Speyer,
Magdeburg and Koblenz,
the oldest cities worldwide
No "ancient" and 'minus timed™' Sumerian either,
which is based on some 'excavationSCAM'
from 1872, nearby Nineveh near Mosul ;
first 'frenchIzed' into "Sumérien"
40
There was no 'minus timed™' "Nero"
this 'fabricated personality' is mostly based on
the following, *here debunked 12 'his|torians' :

a)
"Tacitus" ;
//1650.8

b)
"Pliny the Elder" ;
//164x.9

c)
"Plutarch" ;
//164x.1, //1655.9

d)
"Suetonius"
Lives of the Twelve Caesars ;
//1651.8 ("Valentini Schumann")

e)
"Lucan" ;
first illustrated in 'FrenchIzed'
edition of "Lucan's Pharsalia" (1657) ;
the editor of the //1659.2 edition,
"Theodor Pulmann", explains "Lucan"’s relevance
by the so called "French Wars of Religion" ,
//1656.2 – //1659.8

f)
'plus timed™' "Cassius Dio" ;
not published until "Henri Valois" (//1660.3 - 1676) ;
alleged "original manuscripts" by
"Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc" (//1658.0 – //1663.7) ;
other alleged "originals" are based on
"Fulvio Orsini" (//1652.9 – //1660.0) and
Angelo Mai (1782 – 1854)

g)
"Josephus" ;
"The Complete Works of Josephus" ;
not published until 1691 ;
'GREK_OP'ed and 'artificially latinIzed'

h)
"Epictetus" ;
appears first in some illustration
from 1714

i)
"Dio Chrysostom" ;
seems not to appear until
Johann Jakob Reiske, 1784

j)
"Seneca the Younger" ;
Nero's alleged "teacher and advisor" ;
seems to appear around 1907 (Alfred Gercke)

k)
"Philostratus" ;
source seems to peak 1922

l)
"Girolamo Cardano",
in "Encomium Neronis",
appears to be the first historical reference
to portray Nero
//1656.2 ;

"Cardano" is associated with the time period of
"Claudio Zuan Antonio Monteverdi" (//1656.7 - //1664.3),
oldest son of Wundarzt|sore doctor "Baldassare Monteverdi" (//1654.2 - ?) ;
in "L’incoronazione di Poppea" (//1664.2) ;
see also //1658.7 "Monteverdi"'s first "Madrigalbuch' ;
linked to first coOpted music business, the violin construction,
on behalf of "Andrea Amati" (//1650.5 - //1657.7)
and "Gasparo da Salò" (//1654.2 – //1660.9) ;
see also "Antonio Stradivari" (//1664.4 - 1737)

note (n.) ;
originally as "a song" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'frenchIzed' "musique" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish

compare with *very revised 'nu|chronology'
of music [instruments] of all humans
vol.0001 ; January 17th - 20th, 2014

http://checkthis.com/checkthisout

other reflections of "Nero" followed with :
Jean Racine ("Britannicus", 1669) ;
Georg Friedrich Händel ("Nero" 1705, "Agrippina" 1710) ;
Reinhard Keiser ("Octavia" 1705) ;
Anton Rubinstein ("Nero" 1879) ;
Feliks Nowowiejski ("Quo vadis?" 1903)
Arrigo Boito ("Nerone" 1924) ;
etc.

Especially the "Quo vadis?"-connection
is linked to some of the oldest insider families ;
author Nowowiejski (1877 - 1946)
is from Powiat Łukowski and Lublin,
one of the oldest cities, which eventually
merged //1656.9 with "Großfürstentum Litauen" ;
~300th day after 1649'ish

Actor Peter Ustinov, who played Nero 1950,
is from the Plato von Ustinow-family,
strongly connected with Saratow (//1659.0),
originally linked to the golden Horde ;
//1655.0 ;
possibly scripted for
~238th day after 1649'ish


41
There was no 'minus timed™' arbalest (n.),
as in "crossbow" didn't exist until
~300th day after 1649'ish (see fictionalized "Arbalo") ;
the idea of war related "Tironian notes",
allegedly a 'minus timed™' shorthand system
of the alleged 'minus timed™ "Roman Empire"
is based on some 'SPAN|uishOP'ed
publication of //1649.6 ;
see also "Gerard Brils" (//164x.7) ;

calligraphy (n.) ;
bef. //1661.0 ;
'GREEK_OP'ed
42
There was no 'minus timed™' burg|castle ;
neither a burg or schloss is mentioned in "OT" (//164x.3),
the "Burg" appears with 'nT_CON, //1651.6 ;
compare with
castle (v.) ;
as in "move in chess",
recorded under this name
from 1650s,
as an alternative name for the "rook",
one of the pieces moved ;
see rocc|Felsen ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
castle (n.)
'Angluish' "castel" ["village"] ;
from 'FrenchIzed' "chastel" ;
~100th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' l]
'SPAN|uishOP'ed as "alcazar" ["castle"],
with "translation issues" reg. 'frenchIzed' "chastel" ;
"a man's home is his castle" ;
//165x.x

43
There was no 'minus timed™' Pentateuch
incl. "Book of Judges",

which was "rediscovered"
bef. //1661.6 in Damascus

44
There was no 'minus timed™' "Fürstentum of Sulmona" ;
emerged betw. //164x.2, //1651.4,
which should have appeared in accounts of 'minus timed™' "Roman Empire",
since it was alleged birth place of'minus timed™' 'his|torian' "Ovid" ;
see also *both "Rom[e]" and "Italien" ;
not mentioned in "OT", only in 'nT_CON' (//1651.6)
45
There was no 'minus timed™' Mushrooms and Cannabis ;
here's the revised 'nu|chronology' of mushrooms
by nicohaupt

"...it didn't start with the "Scythians" (//1654.0),
but by recently mentioned "Thrace"|Thraker (//1652.0),
regarding "cannabis" (1728),
'GREEK_OP'ed ;
first mentioned by alleged "ancient" "Pedanios Dioskurides",
however his work wasn't published until //1651.6,
as in "Dioscoridis De materiali Medicina",
'trans|lated' by "Hermolaus Barbarus"
aka "Hermolao Barbaro" (//164x.4 - //1649.3) ;
from the influential "Barbaro"-family,
linked to "Kingdom of Lombardy–Venetia" and
"House Habsburg-Lorraine" ;
emerged betw. ~053rd day after 1649'ish - //164x.3 ;
"Fungi" wasn't categorized until Linne (1707 - 1778)

compare with
hænep|hanaf, Hanf ;
~300th day after 1649'ish ;
'frenchIzed' "canevaz" ;
bef. ~350th day after 1649'ish ;
alleged "medieval" "Wiener Dioskurides",
which shows "Cannabis Sativa",
isn't published until "humanist" "Augerius von Busbeck",
aka "Ogier Ghislain de Busbecq" (//1652.2 - //1659.2) ;
at around //1656.9 ;
see also "Turcicae epistolae" (//1659.5) ;
strongly associated with "Hauptstadt von Flandern“ ;
hashish (n.) ;
around //1659.0 ;
"marihuana" is 'SPAN|uishOp'ed ;
of uncertain origin..."


..it's time to see the quality of the
"google 1649'ish"-series incl.
the strongest evidence of 'century|fakery',
since it started almost 4 years ago,
since then worldwide censored or blacklisted

There was no 'minus timed™' human culture,
no alleged "ancient" or "medieval" times,
the first 1,600 years (of current 2,015),
right after the 'minus timed™' years,
did not exist
;
the idea of "minus" (1650s), "prehistoric" (1660s) etc.,
wasn't known or understandable to Humans until the 1650s ;
"counting", as in both numbers, 'thingies' and "stories",
started at around ~350th day after 1649'ish

Humans are only 366+x years old...
'Hepdo_op', 'KORAN_OP' (//1654.3, //1654.7 , 1659)
and 'ISLAM_OP' PROVES,
humans are only 366+x years old... ;

latest compilation by 'nu|etymologist' nicohaupt ;
January 16th, 2015


first see Jemen, Aden //1654.8,
(*both not mentioned in BIBLE)

Aden was first illustrated by "de Belleforest",
//1657.5 ;
as in the principal port in the Gulf of Aden,
now the principal city of Yemen|Jemen
,
the latter first cartographed bef. //1663.8,
by bohemian brother "Daniel Meisner" (//1658.5 - //1662.5) ;
also responsible for Brügge ;
both in "Thesaurus Philopoliticus" (bef. //1662.5) ;
"Meisner" is a "poeta laureatus" (//1650.1)

incl.
'nu|chronology' of "Arabia",
all lies debunked
inspired by Charlie 'Hepto_OP'

"Abu Abd Allah Muhammad al-Idrisi al-Hasani al-Sabti Al-Hashimi"
aka "Al Idrisi" (~099th.. ~165th..) ;
some alleged 'his|torian',
from fabricated nation 'Arabia|arabisc

compare with
Arab (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
from (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' "Arabi",
'artificially latinIzed', 'GREEK_OP'ed ;
Arabian ;
~300th day after 1649'ish
Araby ;
~290th day after 1649'ish ;
eventually turning into "Arabia' (1711)

//1649.2 by "Hartmann Schedel"
in "Das ander alter der Werlt", spelled
"Arabia" and "Hierusalem"

(Saudi) Arabia ;
//164x.6, //1650.0, //1651.7 ('OSMAN_OP'ed)
//1655.1 - //1663
Koran_OP starts
(after Dschahiliyya"|Epoche der „Unwissenheit) :
masked as some "trans|lation"
1659 (Al-Koranum Mahumedanum ; by german "Salomon Schweigger")
allegedly based on some 'iTALianized' version of //1654.7 ("Andrea Arrivaben") ;
//1659.5 The Kaaba|Die Kaaba is 'falseflagpainted' by "unknown author"
//1663.0 [o:"16|30"] cube Kaaba, [masked as] [re]construction is finished
1698 Louis aka "Ludovico Maracci" (//1661.2-1700) is authoring a '(late') 'latinized' version of Quran
1734 george sale (english version)
1924 royal egypt version

compare with
"green peril"-psyOP (1993)
vs. "alQuaida" (2001)
vs. cyberworld 'media|fakery'-version
"ISIS" (2013, 2014)
vs. german "anti-muslim movement"
PEGIDA (2014)
vs. 2 months later following, germanfränkisch 'frenchIzed'
Charlie Hebdo-falseFLAG, *
here coined ('century|fakery'-crewed)
'Hebdo_OP' or 'HEPTO_OP' (2015)
etc.

regarding alleged "AQ Jemen|Yemen"-leader,
youtube-actor "Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi" ;
the "al-Ansi"-family is only as old as
~630th day after 1649'ish

Alleged "ancient" Yemeni alphabet
peaks with some 'excavationSCAM'
and 'inscriptionCON' on behalf of
Eduard Glaser (1855 – 1908, "Old South Arabian") ;
related "Proto-Sinaitic" script is
based on some 'excavationSCAM'
from 1902, on behalf of
Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie,
member of "American Schools of Oriental Research" (1900)

Also, the 'his|tory' of "Old South Arabian"
seems to have been additionally falsified by
Wilhelm Gesenius (1786 - 1842) ;
see also his "Hebräische Grammatik" (1813) ;
member of "Königlich-Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften" (1700)
see also recently mentioned
‘ISLAM_trauma actors’ :

1964 Cassius Clay Jr. (“Nation of Islam”),
based on “Moorish Science Temple“ (1913) ;
1975 “Muammar al-Gaddafi” (Jimi Hendrix) - “Grüne Buch” ;
1977 'GREEK_OP'ed Steven Demetre Georgiou aka Cat Stevens,
see Cyprus (//164x.8),
"Ritterlicher Orden Sankt Johannis vom Spital zu Jerusalem",
~099th day after 1649'ish,
"Königreich Zypern" (~191st day after 1649'ish),
based on germanFraenkisch “Haus Anjou-Plantagenêt”,
see "Grafschaft Anjou",
who resembled “Könige von England”
~154th day after 1649’ish -
~399th day after 1649’ish - //164x.5
"Konzil von Ephesos" (~431st day after 1649'ish) ;
1989 Salman Rushdie
etc.

("....'frenchIzed' was introduced
for war language all along....)
1681
the "Unziale" ;
by "Jean Mabillon" (//1663.2 - 1707),
in "De re diplomatica libri sex" ;
inventor of the oldest "northern african" print font ;
see also
uncial (adj.) ;
1640s

[cont. of 'arabOP', 'ISLAM_OP', 'Koran_OP" etc.]

~610th day after 1649'ish ;
earliest developments of artificially created
arab language

see also
kirgisische Sprache
peaks with "Mīr ʿAlī Schīr Nawā'ī"
aka "‏مير على شير نوائى‎" (//164x.1 - //1650.1)
and his "Tschagatai"-idiom ;
idiom (n.) ;
//1658.0

see also
"Zahir ad-Din Muhammad Babur" aka
‏ظهير الدين محمد بابر‎ (//164x.3 - //1653.0),
the alleged "founder" of the "Mogulreich",
linked to the "Timuriden" ;
~370th day after 1649'ish - //1650.7

Kasachisches Alphabet
seems to show up 1920s,
before apparently using kirgisisch|kyrgyzstan grammar

Tatarisches Alphabet aka "Yaña imlâ" ("Neues Alphabet“),
seems to peak with 1920s "İske imlâ-Alphabet"
related "Orchon-Runen",
are linked to some 'excavationSCAM' from 1970 ;
other sources seem to come from
"Encyclopaedia of Islam" (1913),
"Encyclopædia Iranica" (1969)

The language of "Tadschikistan"
seems to peak in the 1920s ;
"Tschagataische Sprache" (//164x.x) ;
see also Chorasan/"Seldschuken" (~650th day after 1649'ish) ;
same to language from "Usbekistan" (~1920s)

The 'his|tory' of the äthiopische Sprache,
close to the ALTarmenian,
was additionally falsified by
August Dillmann (1823 - 1894)


see also Afrika aka a'fri'ca v.003 ;
*here coined "africa" ["...a free cafe...colony"]
aka (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' “Ifriqiya” ;
~662nd day after 1649’ish ;
or "Affrica" (//1649.2) ;
African (adj.) ;
//1656.0


'century|fakery' is a fact ;
neither humans or language (incl. 'arabOP') is older than 366+x years...
Porcellain was created in Germany,
(Johann Friedrich Böttger, Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus),
both linked to either 'slavic' Schleiz and 'silesian' Keselingswalde ;
~301st day after 1649'ish ; as part of "Schlesien"/"Silingen")
however classified until 1708 ;
nothing is known on this procedure until possibly
~620th day after 1649'ish ;
compare with
shell (v.) ;
//1656.0 ;
shell (n.) ;
'Angluish' "sciell", "scill", "scealu",
Anglian "scell";
from Proto-Germanic "skaljo" ["piece cut off ; shell] ;
(West germanFrisian "skyl", Middle Low German "schelle"),
sense of "mere exterior"
is from 1650s, 1640s

porcelain (n.) ;
//1653.0
;
from 'FrenchIzed' "porcelaine" ;
"Silesia", in reference to cloth imported
from there is mentioned in literature since 1670s ;
Slav (n.) ;
~390th day after 1649'ish ;
'artificially latinIzed' ;
"slavonic" "Nemici" means "Germans" ;
original 'Angluish' "þeode"
meant both "race" and "language" ;
see also "Wenceslas" aka "Wenzeslaus"
aka "Wenzel von Luxemburg" ;
theoretically ~361th day after 1649'ish -
//164x.9 ;
"Wenceslas" aka "Wenceslaus"
aka "Václav Hollar" aka "Wenzel Hollar" (//1660.7 – 1677) ;
illustrationalist and 'falseflagpainter',
associated with "Unity of the Brethren"
aka "Czech-" or "Bohemian Brethren" ("Bohemian Brothers"),
after //164x.5, bef. //1662.0

The idea of 'ORIENTalismOP' and 'century|fakery'
was strongly connected, when the word china (n.)
was invented, including some export scam,
when it was known as "porcelain imported from [over there..] ;
//1657.0


Similar attempts had been made with paper and gunpowder,
though both is clearly based on german scientists as well,
with plausible experiments in the '[b]Avarian area' of "China"

paper (mills) :
"Ulman Stromer" ;
~329th day after 1649'ish - //164x.7,
his mill is illustrated //1649.3 ("Schedelsche Weltchronik") ;
(see above in the corner)

Schwarzpulver|~Gunpowder
possibly during earliest "salting mine"-procedures,
with salpeter|nitre ;
see profession "Salpetersieder" ;
Schwarzpulver was originally known as
krud, krut (Kraut) or "Donnerkraut“ ;
see "Berthold Schwarz" ;
~359th day after 1649'ish ;
see "Felix Hemmerlin" in "De Nobilitate" ;
//1649.5 ;
possibly it was experimented earlier ;
the "Wu Jing Zong Yao"-version (~044th..)
wasn't published until //1651.0 ;
its 'his|tory' was additionally falsified
by sinologist Noël Needham (1900 - 1995),
incl. his "phantom timed” and "chinesed" letterpress printing (comp. w. //164x.x),
compass (comp. with “De Magnete” //1655.8, //1660.0, //1662.8 etc.) ,
suspension bridges (//164x.3, comp. w. //1659.5 ”Fausto Veranzio”)
and toilet paper ; see "Koenigreich Daliang" (//1662.1)



signature (n.) ;
around //1653.0 ;
from (germanFraenkisch) 'frenchIzed' "signature" ;
//165x.x ;
'artificially latinIzed'

Nico Haupt is not related with
east german "magician" Nico Haupt
or new actor Nico Haupt,
known for "The Beginning of the End" (2015)