Fomenko’s New Chronology is a theory that the dawn of human civilization took place around the 10th century CE. This theory is mainly based on the application of textual analysis and astronomical calculations. Fomenko’s New Chronology was one of the main reasons that I created Ctruth. I, Stephen Sorensen, wanted to validate or invalidate Fomenko’s information. I wanted to see what parts of it had merit and what parts didn’t have merit. Even today, I still want to see what parts have merit and what parts don’t.
While I’ve come a long way in determining the extent of its validity, I’m still working on a comprehensive analysis of it and I encourage people who are interested in the humanities and the sciences to join in as well. Fomenko’s New Chronology is almost 50 years in the making. My serious studies into it really began when I made this website on January 2nd, 2019. Since then, my studies into Fomenko’s New Chronology have become increasingly more critical and rigorous than when I first began.
Anatoly Fomenko (1945-present) began his research on chronology in 1973, was publishing it in scientific magazines in the 1980’s, and began publishing it in books in the 1990’s. Fomenko argues that three main shifts took place in the dating of historical events, shifts of roughly 333 years, 1053 years, and 1778 years[p.xiii]. The original analysis was conducted on 15 chronological tables and 228 fundamental primary sources which covered all of the basic events of world history between 4000 BC and 1800 AD. It resulted in the creation of Fomenko’s Global Chronological Diagram (GCD)[p.8].
There is a good deal of false information in existence about Fomenko’s New Chronology (FNC). Some people intentionally spread false information about FNC while others unintentionally spread false information. Early on in my endeavor to explore and understand Fomenko’s New Chronology, I occasionally fell into that second category. I didn’t make too many mistakes compared to how much I got correct, but there were a few things I had tried to talk about with others that I didn’t understand as well as I do now. To check out my talks about Fomenko’s New Chronology, click here.
The art used for the backgrounds of the images below was done Fomenko himself. Later, I edited his art to color them and add the texts.
The six main sections that I created for articles on Fomenko’s New Chronology are:
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“I cannot at all agree with the hypothesis of Morozov, according to which most literary works of antiquity are fabrications of the Apocrypha of the Renaissance, which would mean that what we know today as ancient history is actually the result of premeditated falsification. … My standpoint is different, namely that, due to the results of the application of the new dating methods, almost all surviving ancient documents (of antiquity or the Middle Ages) are authentic and written for the purpose of perpetuating real events rather than leading future historians astray.”
– A. T. Fomenko, Page 196 ~ http://chronologia.org/en/kw1.pdf