history hacking




History analyst and author Mario Arndt (* 1963) writes about topics you won't find in traditional history books.


His analyses of official history reveal how the Middle Ages, the ancient world, and the associated chronologies were fabricated and forged.


His academic and professional background in IT as a software developer enables him to develop a completely new understanding of the official version of history and to discover what really happened in the past.





Introduction to History Hacking:

1. Problems of history

2. History as a model of the past

3. Methods of History Hacking

Hack #1: Structural analysis of the names of the kings

Hack #2: The construction of the ancient calendar eras

Hack #3: The numerical code of the Bible in history

Hack #4: The 800-year cycle

Hack #5: The fictional Charlemagne

Hack #6: The made-up emperor Augustus

Hack #7: The re-dating of the astronomical reports

Hack #8: Jesus Christ on the imperial throne and the made-up list of popes




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