The structural analysis developed by Mario Arndt examines the sequence of rulers as well as other important events to see if there are patterns and algorithms in them. Such structuring is completely impossible in a "natural" course of history.
History analyst Mario Arndt presents another breakthrough discovery:
The ancient calendar eras were invented at the same time and are coordinated according to a plan.
Therefore it is impossible that the calendar eras used in allegedly ancient and medieval texts actually have their beginning in the year that official history attributes to them. The associated chronologies were fabricated and forged.
Several authors have explored numerical patterns in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament and the Greek text of the New Testament.
The discovery of the author Mario Arndt: This numerical code of the Bible also exists in the official history - at least according to the historical constructions of antiquity, the Middle Ages and the early modern period, which were never subjected to a radical critique.
The "Copernican turn" in history is still to come.
A series of important events of history is arranged in a 800 year cycle. This is obviously a basic framework of history at 800 year intervals.
The 800 year cycle includes the most important Roman rulers of their time - Julius Caesar, Emperor Augustus, Charlemagne and Emperor Charles V - and beyond that, historical events from antiquity to the early modern period.
Since Heribert Illig's book "Did Charlemagne Ever Live?", the existence of the first emperor crowned by the Pope in 800 has been controversially discussed.
The history analyst Mario Arndt presents his thesis, which assumes that the kings Charles I of Anjou and Charles I of Valois (both 13th century) were duplicated in the rulers Charles Martel and Charlemagne (both 8th century).
Moreover, Charlemagne's empire has as its model the biblical Israel with Charlemagne as the new David.
It is now over 2000 years ago that one of the most popular figures in official history died: Augustus, the first Roman Emperor.
But what is the myth of Emperor Augustus all about?
His main dates of life are arranged in official history exactly 800 years before the made-up Emperor Charlemagne, i.e. also made up. While he reigned, Jesus Christ was allegedly born.
The history analyst Mario Arndt reveals that all dates originate from a desk-drafted historical construction and cannot correspond to the actual past.
Most of the reports of solar and lunar eclipses from antiquity are false. Astronomy can therefore not confirm the chronology of official history with Jesus Christ at the beginning of our era.
The dating of the eclipse reports according to official history only works if strong, arbitrary fluctuations in the Earth's rotation in antiquity and the early Middle Ages are added to the calculations.
Francesco Carotta had already identified a Roman emperor as the model for the Jesus Christ of Christianity, Gaius Julius Caesar. Anatoli Fomenko had found out that the model for Jesus Christ must have actually lived in the 11th/12th century and was an Eastern Roman (Byzantine) emperor.
Astronomy (eclipse reports) and a medieval chronicle (Lupus Barensis) reveal that the emperor in question was Anastasios I (Greek: "The Resurrected One" = synonym for Jesus Christ), who, according to official history, ruled from 491 – 518.
His successor on the imperial throne was Peter, under the imperial name Justinian I. He founded the Orthodox Church.
Our era actually begins with the exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt and God's covenant with Moses and the people (currently dated to 1313 BC), and not with the birth of the crucified Jesus Christ.
Since the Jesus Christ of Christianity could not have lived about 2000 years ago as the Church and official history tell us, many popes of the Roman Catholic Church did not exist either.
The story of Peter taking over the office of God's representative on earth from Jesus Christ is only a fiction. It is based on the Roman emperors Anastasios ("the resurrected one" = synonym for Jesus Christ) and Peter (under the imperial name Justinian), who founded the Orthodox Church.
The analysis of the author Mario Arndt has revealed: At least the list of popes up to 1455 is fabricated. In 1455, the first pope of the Borgia dynasty took up his pontificate.
Christianity is known to have adopted many things from older traditions, e.g. Christmas = winter solstice and Easter = the Jewish Passover, which goes back to the exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt, 1313 years earlier.
According to the author's discoveries, the beginning of our era was also taken over from older traditions.
The true beginning of our era: the Exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt. 40 years later, Jesus (from the Old Testament) leads the people of Israel into the Promised Land.
Between the Exodus from Egypt and the alleged birth of Jesus Christ there are 1313 made-up years.