Ctruth has a lot of opportunities available for people who want to volunteer to help improve and add to Ctruth content. This article covers the basic ways in which you can volunteer for Ctruth. Nobody has volunteered yet but as soon as they do I have plans on how to give full credit and recognition for any contributions made by a volunteer.
You don’t need any experience at all in any fields or disciplines to volunteer. Anything you need to know for volunteering I can teach you. As far as technology goes, you’ll need to have an internet connection and an email account. The email account is required for commenting on Ctruth articles or for communicating with me about research. My email is: ChronologyTruth@gmail.com.
This article is a work in progress. Please comment or contact me with any questions or suggestions pertaining to this article.
Here’s the concise list of ways to volunteer:
1 – Review the Articles
2 – Conduct Provenance Research
3 – Translate Important Publications
4 – Examine Fomenko’s New Chronology
5 – Make Art
Review the Articles
The number one thing that I think would help most is for you to review the articles. What I mean by this is mainly checking them for errors. Most of my articles have references at the end of them and a lot of the references are links to the websites from which I obtained the information for the article.
You will see citations on my website’s articles as superscripted numbers typically after a sentence is finished but occasionally in the middle of a sentence. If you don’t know what superscripted numbers are, click these green words to be brought to an article with many examples of what I’m talking about. Each of those little numbers in between the open and closed brackets at the end of a piece of information are the superscripted numbers.
Each one of those numbers corresponds to one of the references at the end of the article. If you go look at that article, some of the citations have “p.” or “pp.” with numbers after them. Those letters represent “page” and “pages” respectively and allow you to know exactly which page I got the information from. Occasionally, if my source has no pages, they will stand for “paragraph” or “paragraphs”.
What I need from you is for you to go check the citations to make sure that:
1 – the citations properly correspond to the references. This means that reference  will contain the information that the citation is attached to.
2 – the information I cited is correct. This means that I reported the information correctly and didn’t distort it.
3 – comment when you finish your review. Commenting is available on every page of my website. This allows you to leave your comment on the article you review directly after reviewing. When you comment after reviewing, you need to state:
a – if there were any errors (if there were please state them too so I can go back and correct them)
b – the day, month, and year that you conducted your review
Commenting both a and b will allows me to see who reviewed what article and when. It allows me to go back and correct any issues. It allows other people to see who reviewed which articles and when.
That’s basically it for the article review help. In addition to the two points about commenting already discussed, I encourage you to also include something new you learned while conducting your review. I think that would be a fun bit to add in because you’ll be able to look back and see exactly when you first learned something. It also helps me get to know you too and I hope to get to know all of the volunteers on some level or another.
Conduct Provenance Research
I have a guide on how to do provenance research here. Click those green letters to learn more.
Conduct “Title” of “Subject” Research
I have a guide on how to do this research here. Click those green letters to learn more.
Translate Important Publications
There are a number of important publications which have never been translated. Here are some works ordered chronologically which (to my knowledge) do not yet have complete English translations:
Joseph Scaliger, Opus de emendatione temporum (1629). This work is a fundamental for historical and chronological studies. It’s in Latin and is lacking an English translation. It is available for free online: https://archive.org/details/bub_gb_BYcExH7cj5MC/page/n3/mode/2up.
Charles Clémencet, L’Art de vérifier les dates (1750). This work is a fundamental for historical and chronological studies. It’s in French and is lacking an English translation. It is available for free online: https://archive.org/details/lartdevrifierle03vitogoog.
Theodor Mommsen, Romische Chronologie (1859). This work is fundamental for Roman calendar studies. It’s in German and is lacking an English translation. It is available for free online: https://archive.org/details/diermischechron01mommgoog.
De bello Judaico libros vii ediderunt Justus a Destinon et Benedictus Niese (1894). This work is fundamental for studies into Josephus. It’s in Latin and is lacking an English translation. It’s available for free online: https://books.google.com/books/about/De_bello_Judaico_libros_vii_ediderunt_Ju.html?id=rUqEAQAACAAJ.
Heinz Schreckenberg, Die Flavius-Josephus-Tradition in Antike Und Mittelalter (1972). This is another fundamental work for studies into Josephus. It’s in German and is lacking an English translation. A limited preview is available for free online: https://books.google.com/books?id=X9YUAAAAIAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s.
Examine Fomenko’s New Chronology
I’m planning on writing a larger article on this but for now this short list of instructions will suffice. If you don’t know what Fomenko’s New Chronology is, check here to learn more about it. If you haven’t seen any of my examination articles on Fomenko’s New Chronology, check here to review those. Here is how you can help complete the thorough examination of Fomenko’s New Chronology:
1 – Choose a section of a book. In my examinations, I focused on a part of a chapter at a time.
2 – Most sentences contain a claim of sorts. List each claim containing sentence and number them from 1 to however many there are.
3 – Search for information that supports and contradicts the claim. Also make note of which claims were undetermined.
4 – Report at the top of your examination how many claims there were, how many were determined and undetermined, and how many out of the determined were supported or contradicted. The fraction will determine the grade for that section of the book. Multiple examinations like this can help obtain a grade for the complete works.
I want Ctruth to also be a platform for artists to share their work. Given that at the core of Ctruth is the study of time and history, I’ll only be posting art that has involves some element of time or history. If you have any art that you want me to post just send me an email about it at “firstname.lastname@example.org”. I think I’ll post the art at the very end of the article but I might have contests too for choosing an “image of the month” or something like that so people can have a chance at having their art featured on the homepage.
Each piece of art posted on the website will have full credit given to the artist and will provide a link or multiple links to where you can find more of that artist’s work.
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