Tsar of the Slavs Appendix 2 Contents

Appendix 2 – Other, less clear reflections of biblical events of the 12th-15th centuries on the pages of the Russian chronicles

1 – A chronicle image of the famous prince Vladimir allegedly of the 10th century is compound. One of the layers – it is “bad” Herod, another layer – “good” John the Baptist

2 – One more reflection of evangelic John the Baptist of the 12th century in the Russian history – it is St. Vladimir, Equal-to-the-Apostles, who baptized Russia allegedly at the end of the 10th century

3 – The noted by Russian chronicles flash of a star in 1141-1142 or 1145-1146, – it is the famous star of Bethlehem, which is a flash of the supernova in the middle of the 12th century

4 – All the celestial flashes, noted by the Russian chronicles during the time interval from the beginning of the Common Era to the beginning of the 13th century, are reflections of the one flash of supernova of the middle of the 12th century. All of them “are linked” with the reflections of Jesus Christ from the 12th century

5 – A possible reflection of the Old Testament story of the 14th century about the sunk army of the pharaoh, which persecuted Moses, – in the “biography” of Svyatopolk the Accursed = evangelic tsar Herod, around 1016, and also in the middle of the 12th century, at the time of Yuri Dolgorukiy

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