Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Aftermath

Ptolemy’s Paradigm demystifies the The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages.

Ptolemy’s Paradigm has aimed to provide pesky problems with simple solutions.

Ptolemy’s Paradigm is based upon the simple premise that Ptolemy’s Geographia describes the Old World that subsequently morphed into the New World.

Malaga Bay – Ptolemy’s Paradigm

The Solar Parallax dataset can simply be accepted at face value and Ptolemy’s data point adjusted by the 1,180 year Chronology Correction alongside a 100 year adjustment to the suspect Ulugh Beg data point.

The Solar Parallax data suggests the Earth’s Sol Invictus Orbit existed [in round numbers] between 850 CE and 1350 CE.

Malaga Bay – Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

Alongside the pesky problems there are narrative incongruities that can best be understood in the context of the centuries long Northern Summer in the Sol Invictus Orbit.

Narrative incongruities like:

The Roman’s carefree attitude towards walls, wind chill, and winter weather.

Qalaat Faqra is an archaeological site in Kfardebian, Lebanon, with Roman and Byzantine ruins. Located near the Faqra ski resort on the slopes of Mount Sannine at an altitude of 1500 m

The ruins are the most extensive Roman archeological site in Mount Lebanon that consists of columns, altars tombs and temples … a sanctuary … 44 A.D.

Wikipedia – Qalaat Faqra

Wikipedia – Tunic

Tunic: a basic garment worn under the armour by all soldiers in the republic and early empire. Normally made of wool.

Tunics originally consisted simply of a piece of rectangular cloth sewed to an identical piece, with holes for the arms and head left unsewn.

Later, it became fashionable for tunics to be produced with sleeves, and worn with braccae.

Braccae: woollen trousers

Wikipedia – Roman Military Personal Equipment

For the Romans to encircle the legs and thighs with fasciae, or bands, was understood, in the time of Pompey and Horace, to be a proof of ill health and effeminacy. (Roman men typically wore tunics, which were one-piece outfits terminating at or above the knee).

Similarly, there are incongruities and issues that are best understood as the aftermath of the centuries long Northern Summer in the Sol Invictus Orbit.

Aftermath #1
The incongruous Renaissance revivals of Latinized names and Classical Latin marks the join where the Roman Three Act Play has been spliced into the thread of history.

Malaga Bay – The Roman Empire In Three Acts

Nebrija was baptized Antonio Martínez de Cala.

In typical Renaissance humanist fashion, he Latinized his name as Aelius Antonius Nebrissensis (or Elio Antonio de Nebrija in Spanish) by taking Aelius from the Roman inscriptions of his native Lebrija, known in Roman times as Nebrissa Veneria.

He was also known as Antonio de Lebrija, Antonius Nebrissensis, and Antonio de Lebrixa.

Wikipedia – Antonio de Nebrija

Renaissance Latin is a name given to the distinctive form of Latin style developed during the European Renaissance of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries, particularly by the Renaissance humanism movement.

Ad fontes (“to the sources”) was the general cry of the Renaissance humanists, and as such their Latin style sought to purge Latin of the medieval Latin vocabulary and stylistic accretions that it had acquired in the centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire.

They looked to golden age Latin literature, and especially to Cicero in prose and Virgil in poetry, as the arbiters of Latin style. They abandoned the use of the sequence and other accentual forms of metre, and sought instead to revive the Greek formats that were used in Latin poetry during the Roman period.

Wikipedia – Renaissance Latin

The Renaissance was a period in European history marking the transition from the Middle Ages to modernity and covering the 15th and 16th centuries.

Wikipedia – Renaissance

Classical Latin is the form of Latin language recognized as a literary standard by writers of the late Roman Republic and early Roman Empire. It was used from 75 BC to the 3rd century AD, when it developed into Late Latin.

Wikipedia – Classical Latin

The pieces of the puzzle suggest the original Roman Two Act Play was fabricated as a disconnected floating chronology narrative that defined the BC-AD divide.

The origins of the Roman Empire narrative can be traced back to Medieval times when the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth turned history into a Two Act Play with Act I based upon the “Old Testament” and Act II based upon the “New Testament”.

Malaga Bay – The Roman Empire In Three Acts

Their concrete chronologies had the decidedly unscientific privilege of being disconnected floating chronologies with fixed dates “covering 434 BC-AD 315”.

Malaga Bay – Deranged Dating: The Roman Problem

Apparently, the Roman Empire didn’t need to steadily increase the number of Roman Legions as the empire expanded towards it’s “greatest extent” in 117 AD.

Malaga Bay – Roman Chronology: Legendary Legions

A less charitable interpretation of the data suggests the entire Roman Empire narrative is creative fiction that incorporates convenient characters and available artefacts from Greek Republics scattered across Europe and around the Mediterranean Sea.

The Renaissance revival of Classical Latin that “looked to the golden age” of Cicero, Virgil, and the Late Roman Republic suggests the floating AD Chronology only became fixed when European calendar years started to be numbered in the 14th century.

Malaga Bay – The Classical Latin Continuity Kludge

They looked to golden age Latin literature, and especially to Cicero in prose and Virgil in poetry, as the arbiters of Latin style. They abandoned the use of the sequence and other accentual forms of metre, and sought instead to revive the Greek formats that were used in Latin poetry during the Roman period.

Wikipedia – Renaissance Latin

Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC) was a Roman statesman, lawyer, scholar and Academic Skeptic, who played an important role in the politics of the late Roman Republic, and upheld optimate principles during the crisis, that led to the establishment of the Roman Empire.

Wikipedia – Cicero

Publius Vergilius Maro (70-19 BC), usually called Virgil or Vergil in English, was an ancient Roman poet of the Augustan period.

Wikipedia – Virgil

The Roman Republic was the era of classical Roman civilization, led by the Roman people, beginning with the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom, traditionally dated to 509 BC, and ending in 27 BC with the establishment of the Roman Empire.

Wikipedia – Roman Republic

Before the introduction of Julian Year coins the general population of England enjoyed a monotonous and numberless Groundhog Year that cycled through 12 liturgical months.

Malaga Bay – Groundhog Year

The Roman Two Act Play became the Roman Empire Three Act Play when an extended Roman Empire narrative was cobbled together and woven onto the thread of history so that 220 AD aligns with 1400 CE.

The Roman Empire narrative was cobbled together by liberally borrowing historic characters, storylines and artefacts that were excluded from the Two Act Play.

Malaga Bay – The Roman Empire In Three Acts

Their greatest challenge was shaping and retro-fitting the history of the Byzantine Empire.

Naming the Byzantine Empire was one of the larger hurdles they had to clear because it’s difficult to explain away why something as significant as the Byzantine Empire was left unlabelled [and undocumented] for over a thousand years.

Once the Byzantine Ball was rolling it quickly snowballed into 34 volumes under the patronage of King Louis XIV of France [aka the Sun King].

Malaga Bay – Ravenna Revisited: A Byzantine Birth

Louis XIV (1638-1715), also known as Louis the Great (Louis le Grand) or the Sun King, was King of France from 14 May 1643 until his death in 1715.

Wikipedia – Louis XIV

The Byzantine Empire, also referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire, or Byzantium, was the continuation of the Roman Empire in its eastern provinces during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, when its capital city was Constantinople.

It survived the fragmentation and fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD and continued to exist for an additional thousand years until it fell to the Ottoman Empire in 1453.

Wikipedia – Byzantine Empire

The Phantom Frosts in Tegg’s Frost Chronology indicate the period of Phantom History begins in 220 AD and [if Edwin Johnson is correct] the period of Phantom History finishes in 1400 CE.

The 1,180 years of Phantom History associated with Thomas Tegg’s Frost Chronology are remarkably close to the previously estimated 1,170 years separating the Antonine Plague [180 AD] from the Black Death [1350 CE]. Given the date range of the Antonine Plague [165-180 AD] it’s not unreasonable to adjust the calendar alignment so that 220 AD equates to 1400 CE i.e. an offset of 1,180 years.

Malaga Bay – 1400 Years of Fabricated Frosts

The Annals of China may contain 1,152 years of duplicate data.

Malaga Bay – Heinsohn Horizon: Chinese Christmas Cake

The extended Roman Empire has involved [amongst other things] fabricating retrospective phantoms and doppelgängers that have been backdated by 700 and/or 1,400 years.

Malaga Bay – 1400 Years of Fabricated Frosts

Edwin Johnson’s version of history seems the most realistic because it’s 700 years of fudge ends with the Hecker Horizon 1300-1400 CE.

Malaga Bay – Three Flavours of 700 Year Old Fudge

The mainstream’s 700 years of Late Latin between 200 and 900 AD are Gunnar Heinsohn’s 700 phantom years in the first millennium.

Malaga Bay – The Classical Latin Continuity Kludge

Malaga Bay – Norman Cobblers

Malaga Bay – The Heinsohn Horizon: The Academic Abyss

Nowadays, Court Historians occupy themselves by ironing out the wrinkles and papering over the cracks in the Roman Empire Three Act Play.

Malaga Bay – The Classical Latin Continuity Kludge

Unfortunately, the academics can’t agree upon whether the Crisis of the Roman Republic had an early start in 134 BC or a late start in 69 BC and whether it had an early finish in 44 BC or a late finish in 27 BC.

In it’s turn, the chronology of the Crisis of the Roman Republic is based upon the “fragmentary” and “somewhat erroneous” Chronology of Rome where AD 1 = 754 AUC.

Malaga Bay – Roman Chronology: Credibility Gap

Aftermath #2
The Expulsion from Paradise storyline gained widespread cultural traction because it personified the end of the Sol Invictus Orbit.

The Garden of Eden, also called the Terrestrial Paradise, is the biblical Paradise described in Genesis 2-3 and Ezekiel 28 and 31.

Wikipedia – Garden of Eden

The fall of man, or the fall, is a term used in Christianity to describe the transition of the first man and woman from a state of innocent obedience to God to a state of guilty disobedience. The doctrine of the fall comes from a biblical interpretation of Genesis chapter 3. At first, Adam and Eve lived with God in the Garden of Eden, but the serpent tempted them into eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, which God had forbidden. After doing so, they became ashamed of their nakedness and God expelled them from the Garden to prevent them from eating from the tree of life and becoming immortal.

Wikipedia – Fall of Man

The Expulsion from Paradise also gained widespread religious traction because clerics claimed the “guilty disobedience” of their congregations were to blame for the suffering and starvation experienced during the [newly arrived] winter months.

The arrival of the four seasons transformed religious beliefs and buildings.

Malaga Bay – Ravenna Revealed

The adjusted data suggests brick making was suspended between [about] 1315 and 1405.

Malaga Bay – The British Brick

The earliest example with which I am acquainted in our own immediate neighbourhood is the transept of Holy Trinity Church, Hull (c, 1315-1320), the walls of which are wholly of brick, with the exception of the windows, quoins, and other dressings, which are of stone.

The North Bar, Beverley, – John Bilson
Transactions of the East Riding Antiquarian Society – Volume 4 – 1896

Details of the English Merry Christmas go back to the 15th century.

They concede “merrymaking” occurred as far back as the 12th century.

But they say “we have no details at all” regarding these celebrations.

Malaga Bay – Hecker Horizon: Ho Ho Ho History

Malaga Bay – Catastrophic English: Christianity as a Vedic Cult

Aftermath #3
Adapting agriculture to accommodate the arrival of the four seasons became a life or death necessity in medieval Europe.

Famines were familiar occurrences in medieval Europe.

For example, localised famines occurred in France during the 14th century in 1304, 1305, 1310, 1315–1317 (the Great Famine), 1330–1334, 1349–1351, 1358–1360, 1371, 1374–1375, and 1390.

In England, the most prosperous kingdom affected by the Great Famine, there were additional famines in 1321, 1351, and 1369.

For most people there was often not enough to eat, and life was a relatively short and brutal struggle to survive to old age.

According to official records about the English royal family, an example of the best off in society, for whom records were kept, the average life expectancy at birth in 1276 was 35.28 years. Between 1301 and 1325, during the Great Famine it was 29.84 years, while between 1348 and 1375 during the Plague, it was only 17.33 years. It demonstrates the relative steep drop between 1348 and 1375 of about 42%.

Wikipedia – Great Famine of 1315–1317

Agriculture needed to evolve rapidly so it could produce excess food during the Summer for storage and subsequent consumption during the Winter.

… the yield ratios of wheat, the number of seeds one could eat per seed planted, had been dropping since 1280, and food prices had been climbing.

After favourable harvests, the ratio could be as high as 7:1, but after unfavourable harvests it was as low as 2:1 – that is, for every seed planted, two seeds were harvested, one for next year’s seed, and one for food.

By comparison, modern farming has ratios of 30:1 or more.

Wikipedia – Great Famine of 1315–1317

And maximising agricultural output [especially in Northern Europe] required an accurate Solar calendar for predicting the seasons.

The Coligny Calendar is generally said to be a lunisolar calendar with intercalary months.

But beneath all the fevered speculation about intercalary months lies a 2nd century AD calendar from Roman Gaul that “yields a total of 354 or 355 days” just like the Islamic lunar calendar.

Furthermore, this 2nd century AD calendar from Roman Gaul “yields a total of 354 or 355 days” just like the pre-Julian civil year in Rome.

This calendar of 354 or 355 days is about 10 days shorter than a Solar calendar.

Malaga Bay – The Heinsohn Horizon: Calendar Conundrum

One of the very eye-catching features of this manuscript is a circular calendar containing 364 days which has a slightly different approach to allocating days across the 12 months of the year i.e. every other month is a hollow month with less than 31 days.

Malaga Bay – Comet Halley Clock

The evidence suggests the biography of Sacrobosco has [at some point] been deliberately backdated by about 300 years to provide the illusion the Gregorian Calendar Reforms can be explained away by long standing academic arguments that authoritatively identified a very small calendar drift that very gradually accumulated in the centuries after the Incarnation.

Malaga Bay – Johannes de Sacrobosco: A Cuckoo In The Nest

The Gregorian calendar reforms of 1582 coincided with the return to near normal rates of precession last seen in Chaldea.

Malaga Bay – Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

The agricultural requirement for a Solar calendar was one of the driving forces that contributed to the branching of religion in Northern Europe.

The erection of the Vatican Obelisk in 1586 suggests the Vatican was determined to emphasise it’s solar orientation in the era of the Gregorian Calendar Reform.

Malaga Bay – The Heinsohn Horizon: Calendar Conundrum

Gregorian Calendar Reform
In 1582 the Catholic calendar was reformed to align with the equinoxes and solstices.

In so doing the calendar lost 10 days by jumping directly from 4th to 15th October 1582.

Malaga Bay – The Heinsohn Horizon: Calendar Conundrum

Malaga Bay – Ravenna Revealed: Curious Clues

Aftermath #4
The severity of the winters in the immediate aftermath of the Sol Invictus Orbit is illustrated by the series of Thames “frozen over” events between 1408 and 1814.

Malaga Bay – 1400 Years of Fabricated Frosts

From 1400 to the removal of the now-replaced medieval London Bridge in 1835, there were 24 winters in which the Thames was recorded to have frozen over at London; if “more or less frozen over” years (in parentheses) are included, the number is 26: 1408, 1435, 1506, 1514, 1537, 1565, 1595, 1608, 1621, 1635, 1649, 1655, 1663, 1666, 1677, 1684, 1695, 1709, 1716, 1740, (1768), 1776, (1785), 1788, 1795, and 1814.

Wikipedia – River Thames Frost Fairs – Version: 08:15 30 July 2015

The Little Ice Age (LIA) was a period of cooling that occurred after the Medieval Warm Period. Although it was not a true ice age, the term was introduced into scientific literature by François E. Matthes in 1939. It has been conventionally defined as a period extending from the 16th to the 19th centuries, but some experts prefer an alternative timespan from about 1300 to about 1850.

Wikipedia – Little Ice Age

The severity of these winters were exacerbated by the oblate shape of the Inflating Earth.

This map of Eratosthenes, notwithstanding its many errors, such as the assumed connexion of the Caspian with a northern ocean and the supposition that Carthage, Sicily and Rome lay on the same meridian, enjoyed a high reputation in his day.

1911 Encyclopædia Britannica – Volume 17 – Map

Reverse engineering Anaximander’s Earth “whose altitude is one third the diameter” into a 3D object has inspired several earth is like an egg interpretations.

Malaga Bay – Alaskan Muck: Anaximander’s Cake

The reduced levels on winter insolation caused by the oblate shape of the Inflating Earth provides an explanation for the sustained periods of “bad weather” and “famine” being limited to “Northern Europe”.

Between 1310 and 1330, northern Europe saw some of the worst and most sustained periods of bad weather in the entire Middle Ages, characterized by severe winters and rainy and cold summers.

The Great Famine was restricted to Northern Europe, including the British Isles, Northern France, the Low Countries, Scandinavia, Germany, and western Poland. It also affected some of the Baltic states except for the far eastern Baltic, which was affected only indirectly. The famine was bounded to the south by the Alps and the Pyrenees.

Wikipedia – Great Famine of 1315–1317

It’s arguable the series of famines that are said to have started in 1304 actually began after the Hecker Horizon in 1404.

The drop in winter insolation during the winters caused reduced Vitamin D levels which [in turn] made the series of “bubonic plague” outbreaks especially deadly.

The Black Death was a bubonic plague pandemic occurring in Afro-Eurasia from 1346–53. It is the most fatal pandemic recorded in human history, resulting in the deaths of 75–200 million people in Eurasia and North Africa, peaking in Europe from 1347 to 1351.

According to Jean-Noël Biraben, the plague was present somewhere in Europe in every year between 1346 and 1671. … The second pandemic was particularly widespread in the following years: 1360–63; 1374; 1400; 1438–39; 1456–57; 1464–66; 1481–85; 1500–03; 1518–31; 1544–48; 1563–66; 1573–88; 1596–99; 1602–11; 1623–40; 1644–54; and 1664–67.

Wikipedia – Black Death

Malaga Bay – Hecker Horizon: Ho Ho Ho History

Ptolemy’s Paradigm suggests humans were healthier and happier in the Old World because there were no winters,

Malaga Bay – Vitamin D3

The evidence indicates the slow [but steady] growth of the Inflating Earth [especially the doming of the polar regions] increased the levels of winter insolation in Northern Europe which [in turn] reduced the severity of the winters, famines, and “bubonic plague” outbreaks.

The cartographic evidence suggests Iceland Went South by [about] one and a half degrees between 1606 and 1906.

Malaga Bay – Iceland Goes South

Records reveal Cape Horn has moved North by almost two degrees in the last 405 years.

Malaga Bay – Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Antarctic Alignment

Collectively, these events are known as The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages.

The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages was a series of events in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries that ended centuries of European stability.

Three major crises led to radical changes in all areas of society: demographic collapse, political instabilities and religious upheavals.

The Great Famine of 1315-17 and Black Death of 1347-1351 reduced the population perhaps by half or more as the Medieval Warm Period came to a close and the first century of the Little Ice Age began.

It took until 1500 for the European population to regain the levels of 1300.

Popular revolts in late-medieval Europe and civil wars between nobles such as the Wars of the Roses were common—with France fighting internally nine times—and there were international conflicts between kings such as France and England in the Hundred Years’ War.

Wikipedia – Crisis of the Late Middle Ages

Review the evidence and decide for yourself whether the The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages is best understood from the perspective of Ptolemy’s Paradigm and ponder the probability that the flow of knowledge, wisdom and culture was from the East.

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21 Responses to Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Aftermath

  1. Charles Agsten says:

    Hi Tim, Can’t get onto your website. Do you have an alternative. I really miss your posts. Rgds Charles

    • malagabay says:

      I’m very pleased to say that Malaga Bay is BACK online 🙂

      Thank You to persons known and unknown for your support and/or assistance.

  2. Javrix says:

    Hello Tim I’ve been absorbing this website for many months now and I can’t thank you enough for the scholarship you’ve put into this work. Malaga Bay is one of my all time favorite resources and has had a tremendous influence on my worldview regarding history, geography, physics, astronomy, etc.
    When I saw that the site had been suspended I have to tell you that was a bleak day for me. I felt as though the Library of Alexandria had been destroyed once again. Imagine my elation when I saw you were back in business.
    Best to tip toe around certain topics to avoid the censors I suppose.
    I was wondering if there was some way to contact you in the event something like this were to happen again – I don’t want to lose access to your erudition. Have you considered creating a private channel on the Telegram app? It’s virtually censorship proof and can be configured for group chat or simply updates from a single source.

    Best Regards,


  3. Olga says:

    Did the swamp spit you out or were you able to swim out on your own?

    Either way – I too had a major shock and some heartache when I saw the “suspension” – glad to see you are back!

  4. Nang' says:

    Yes, Tim. Same thing. Censorship hits us hard these days, and the very same day, a prominent site was shut down here in France. During the YV mouvement and the US elections, blogs & sites were closed or made unavailable. Censorship also hits some well respected French doctors and epidemiologists. Some were fired from their position for telling the truth about the C19. That’s unprecedented to such a level, I guess, and so, like Olga, I almost had an heart attack when I saw Malaga was down. It made me think of Bruno or Galileo, and i wondered “what was that for ???”, as a tab was still opened on my laptop and read “Ptolemy paradigm”, but was made unreachable.

    I felt bitterly that we missed the point all that time because we never connected directly, and like Jarix, yes, I suggest we do keep this community alive and censor-proof with a direct connection to Telegram, which is so far the only app that’s out of reach from Big Tech censorship.

    It would also give us some chance to connect in real life, as we are numerous here to feel thankful for your work, your erudition and smart banter, and certainly are also numerous too feel like offering you a good bottle of wine for all what you brought us.

  5. Elfin says:

    Glad to see you’re back. Were the scientists unsettled by something ? Did you forget to pay your F*ckedcheckers fee ?

  6. malagabay says:

    I’m told Malaga Bay “was flagged by” their “automated anti-spam controls”.

    The automated process was triggered just as I published the “Aftermath” post.

    Readers are left to decide for themselves whether that’s an unfortunate coincidence.

    Either way:

    I’m pleased Malaga Bay has been reinstated.

  7. Boris Tabaksplatt says:

    Good to see you back, Tim. You must have ruffled a few feathers with your recent posts. You should take this as a complement and a sign your on the right track.

  8. Patrick Donnelly says:

    Welcome back!

    Interesting, as always.

    When the Earth left the star, with the peculiar locked orbits, the massive ice formations, due to temporary loss of atmosphere, meant all events leaving the evidence of ice ages, at least in the high latitudes.

    More accurately termed the Fall of Adam, the planet.

    Then The Fall of Lucifer, Venus.

    Orbital periods have varied to accomodate the extra planets of Mercury nand Venus. Day length also altered.

    EUT suggests that the star systems are motors powered by the Filament containing them. As the planets separate from their parent star, the amount of Filament energy reaching them increases, hence the vastly more powerful winds on the outer planets. The Earth will expand and contract. Not as much as at the Fall of course.

    The Bethlehem star is a marker of the polarity change of the Filament, being AC. 460 years and half of 60 years matches the Phoenix nicely. We have 30 years to prepare for the time of miracles.

  9. Arthur says:

    Given the above hypothesis regarding the Earth orbiting different suns, the Antikythera mechanism is dated from somewhere between 87 and 205 BC and depicts orbits of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter & Saturn including moon, the Saros cycle etc pretty much as they are now though…. Are you saying that the solar system was disturbed & subsequently returned to its current configuration, or that the dating of the Antikythera mechanism is wrong? It would also bring into question any hypotheses regarding a brown dwarf Saturn as the culprit for disrupting the solar system, at least over the past 2K years, assuming the dating of the device is correct.

    • malagabay says:

      ”Are you saying that the solar system was disturbed & subsequently returned to its current configuration”


      The solar system evolved “to its current configuration”.

      There are numerous possibilities.

      The establishment of the Sol Invictus Orbit [around the Sun] provides support for The Saturn Myth [and similar narratives] in the period before 850 CE.

      Malaga Bay – Ptolemy’s Paradigm: Sol Invictus Orbit

      The dating of the Antikythera Mechanism is estimated by trying to align the mechanism with the settled science and settled history of Gradualism.

      Malaga Bay – The Clockwork Universe

      The Antikythera mechanism is generally referred to as the first known analogue computer.

      The instrument is believed to have been designed and constructed by Greek scientists and has been variously dated to about 87 BC, or between 150 and 100 BC, or to 205 BC, or to within a generation before the shipwreck, which has been dated to approximately 70–60 BC.

      Wikipedia – Antikythera Mechanism

      The settled history of this “technology” provides support for the view that [something like] a 1,180 year Chronology Correction should be applied to settled history.

      The knowledge of this technology was lost at some point in antiquity.

      Clockwork later appeared in the medieval Byzantine and Islamic worlds, but works with similar complexity did not appear again until the development of mechanical astronomical clocks in Europe in the fourteenth century.

      Wikipedia – Antikythera Mechanism

      Malaga Bay – The Clockwork Universe

      The “most likely” 354-day calendar associated with the Antikythera Mechanism suggests it was made during the centuries long Northern Summer of the Sol Invictus Orbit.

      Since the discovery of the Mechanism, this outer ring has been presumed to represent the 365-day Egyptian civil calendar.

      However, recent research challenges this presumption and gives evidence it is most likely divided into 354 intervals.

      Wikipedia – Antikythera Mechanism

      The Coligny Calendar … 2nd century AD calendar from Roman Gaul “yields a total of 354 or 355 days” just like the pre-Julian civil year in Rome.

      Malaga Bay – The Heinsohn Horizon: Calendar Conundrum

      The Greeks, as early as the time of Homer, appear to have been familiar with the division of the year into the twelve lunar months but no intercalary month Embolimos or day is then mentioned, with twelve months of 354 days.

      Wikipedia – Ancient Greek calendars

      But, as always, evaluate the evidence and draw your own conclusions.

    • Patrick Donnelly says:

      Iresine is one of those plants that is more highly or more recently evolved. It is red in leaf, not green.

      To maximise energy collection from purple light, green chlorophyll is good. But we now dwell without a red star. As each polarity change occurs, the Sun changes from Red to Orange to Yellow to ?

      Blue fluorescing sky with red light, makes purple. Green energy collecting makes sense as it collects all the purple light. Yellow Sun with blue sky makes green light. Red leaves are the most efficient energy collector.

      Plants support that Earth recently was inside the star but locked to the planet that is the focus of the star.

      What is the opposite of violet? Will we see yellow plants on Earth? Not for a few thousand years.

  10. Arthur says:

    Thank you for the clarification. So Sol Invictus wasn’t necessarily a different sun then, just that we were closer to the current sun & tidally locked at that point in the evolution of the solar system, at least according to Ptolemy & the rest of the evidence you’re presenting…

  11. An Engineer says:

    How does a tidal-locked orbit enable night and day?

    There can always only be one rotational axis which can’t change without external force. I can’t imagine how night&day could work if we have one rotation axis tidal locked to the sun, with rotation period 1 year.

    Besides, clothing in Romans Times and the corresponding warmer weather always caused a question mark in my mind.


    • Patrick Donnelly says:

      Genesis records an event that introduced night and day … and oceans and new fauna…. that event was the end of the locked orbit.

  12. ajl says:

    Welcome back. You and Malagabay were sorely missed. I think I’ve read all the articles since you started. Some relate to fields in which I have no special knowledge and some are ‘right up my street’ – chronology errors in the conventional historical narrative. My interest goes back decades.
    I greatly value the fact that you have pulled so much information together in one place. As I often look back through old articles I sometimes wish you would somehow place articles under clearer headings. I think I know why you don’t – everything is connected!
    The wave of outright censorship of any opinion other than that approved by the latest popular ideas of the mob is an affront to all of humankind. The past would suggest it will come back to bite its authors when the mood of the mob changes or more likely a dictator takes the helm. I’m so pleased you jumped this hurdle. Lots of success for the future.
    I’m sorry not to have sent you a note of praise all this time I’ve been following your work – I do so now. If you do find a way to allow direct communication with your fans please whitelist my email address and let me know how to contact you.

  13. Good to see Malagabay back in action (and to some extent a relief).

    Debating a different perspective in not an endearing undertaking with any crowd; I have learnt that. That said, I would like to argue a different one in a particular instance here.

    I refer to the section “The Annals of China may contain 1,152 years of duplicate data.” Two points on that matter. The first: the period. There appears to be cyclic changes based on a time-span of about 980 years. These I have traced back (from various sources) for the past 8000 years. However the cycle is not accurate and has other inputs. Meaning it appears the occur possibly as 980 +/- 75 or more.
    To the second point. What appears in the sited section are two such periods. The perspective I present is the Med (here: From about 212bce to 870ce is a Roman period (Carthaginian start,-Roman- Byzantine end), the other a cycle starting from 870ce is African Arab and changing near half way to a mix from the other side of the Med; Norman, Aragonese, etc.

    One can find at the mentioned Domus one of the ‘Eikones’ of Philostratus (190-230ce) but from an earlier period (it is here number 2.11 Pan and here: The scene in the mosaic is very likely from the inside of the Grotto of Pan in Banias. which also dates it.) The Muslim cemetery is also datable .

    Looking at this last bit of data (which I have been researching for many years now) I have encountered new information of some import to me and other discussions elsewhere. For that I have to say thank you for the ‘inadvertent’ prodding.

  14. Yry says:

    1- At this point in time of the Earth breaking loose from Sol Invictus, we would then
    witness an age countdown regarding the puzzling life spans of our biblical Ancients
    tied to ever bigger Earth orbits until that of nowadays (I’m not counting in our new
    Tech civilization started after WWI). – Am I correct?

    2- Likewise for Saturn inasmuch we likely proceeded from it and we receded
    gradually(?), eventually getting caught violently(?) by the Sun i.e. Sol Invictus.
    – Where would that fit in in terms of Horizons: Arabian, Heinsohn or else?

    Off topic:
    Most grateful for your invaluable backups and the great workload you were faced with.

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