Category Archives: Heinsohn Horizon

Sardis 12: Roman Reversal

The Roman Reversal is a revealing Roman Chronology correction. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 12: Roman Reversal

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Sardis 11: The Rubicon River

Follow Caesar as he sniffs out precious metals in Europe. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 11: The Rubicon River

Posted in Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 9 Comments

Sardis 10: Follow The Griffin

Follow the Griffin as it sniffs out gold deposits across Europe. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 10: Follow The Griffin

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Edwin Johnson, Epigraphy - Inscriptions, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 7 Comments

Sardis 8: The Arc of History

Unscrambling the Sardis Chronology Clusterfuck begins with the Macedonian and Seleucid narratives. Click here to continue reading: Sardis 8: The Arc of History

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Catastrophism, Dendrochronology, Deranged Dating, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Radiocarbon Dating, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 8 Comments

Sardis 6: Acropolis

The mainstream storyline suggests the inhabitants of Byzantine Sardis were really very “foolish”.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis, Uniformitarianism, Water | 11 Comments

Sardis 5: Caesar’s Ghost

Why did Shakespeare select Sardis for Caesar’s Ghost first appearance?

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Sardis 4: Byzantine Bricks

One of the delights of ancient history is finding the Arabian Horizon in the official narratives.

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Sardis 2: Coin Chronology

Roman Chronology is cracked wide open when the Late Roman Emperors are put in their place.

Posted in Arabian Horizon, Books, Catastrophism, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Roman Chronology, Sardis | 3 Comments

Finistere Catastrophes Chronology

The Finistere Catastrophes Chronology provides some interesting insights that the mainstream masks.

Posted in Alaskan Muck, Arabian Horizon, Books, British History, Geology, Halfway Horizon, Hecker Horizon, Heinsohn Horizon, History, Inflating Earth, Old Japanese Cedar Tree, Ptolemy’s Paradigm, Water | 7 Comments

Ravenna Roots

Although the Arab Dynasties chronology looks sensible this doesn’t automatically guarantee the associated narratives are sensible or truthful.

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Halfway Horizon

Serendipity introduces a mainstream chronolgy that looks sensible.

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Anjar Alignments

Sandstone suggests some changes to the Nabataeans of Petra narrative.

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The Alligator’s Long March

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The Alligator’s Long March is a remarkably silly short story that’s sold to students by people who should know better.

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Norman Cobblers

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According to Wikipedia Sir Walter Scott “helped popularize” the broad category of English language fiction known as Historical Romances.

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The African Ditch

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Roman North Africa is a curious concept.

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Sacking Beni Hammad

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The questions raised by the ruins of Beni Hammad provide some insights into the evolution and alignment of the African landmass in the early centuries of the 2nd millennium CE.

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The Senegal Swing

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Plenty of people are perplexed by Ptolemy’s peculiar perspectives.

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Antipodal Hotspots and Bipolar Catastrophes

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Pack your bags for an Earth-Shattering trip to the South Pacific.

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Collapsing The Bronze Age Collapse

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Aligning the evidence collapses the Bronze Age Collapse chronology.

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The Ptolemaic People Puzzle

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Unravelling The Ptolemaic People Puzzle provides some new insights.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: Cord-Marked Pottery

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The Algonquin languages open up a gloriously global can of worms.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: The Minoan Maze

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Navigating the Minoan Maze leads to a greater understanding of the Grand Canyon, Casa Grande, and the Great Splice.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: Mayan Hieroglyphs

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Mayan stamps and cylinder seals are officially amongst “those who have gone”.

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Harold Sterling Gladwin: In The Dog House

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Some archaeologists are condemned to join “those who have gone”.

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The Classical Latin Continuity Kludge

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Roman Authors unravel an Etruscan enigma, a Punic puzzle, and the Roman riddle.

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British Bones and the Academic Abyss

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¿ Can British Bones put Roman Britain in it’s place ?

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Conformist Crusades

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Critical thinking Goes West when the Conformist Crusaders go East.

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Cape Bojador and The Inflating Earth

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If you place dogma before data then it’s best you go watch some more TV.

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Serbian Sands Shred Settled Science

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Lignite miners have shredded Gradualist Settled Science.

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Comet Venus: The Shrinking Violet

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Serendipity and a spreadsheet suggest some surprising scenarios for Venus and Mars.

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Imitation as Flattery

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If the History of Europe before 1400 AD was fabricated by the Clergy of Europe then the Kings of Europe should show some signs of skulduggery.

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Bordeaux Bilge

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The standard explanation for the Crescent on Bordeaux’s Coat of Arms demonstrates historians have neither a flare for fact nor fiction.

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Bordeaux Brickwork

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Back to basics with Bordeaux brickwork…

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Southern Beech

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The Southern Beech supplies the segue for a series of Southern Hemisphere surprises.

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The Orion Fly-By

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The iconography associated with the Orion constellation is [quite literally] an open book but it’s pictorial narrative depends upon the pages being correctly sequenced.

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