The only reason we refer to this lost civilization as being Tartarian is because it’s the closest culture we can approximate as being the most influential during this lost chapter of humanity. Who knows what these people referred to themselves as.
Tartaria is often said to be just an area but many maps show it to look like every other country with its own townships and capitol. What might it’s history reveal that would explain it’s relative obscurity?
First of all, it’s safe to say that, at this point, most people know almost nothing about the real history of humankind as the powers that be have shamelessly falsified and distorted history; controlling history is one of the most important areas that needs to be managed if you’re going to subjugate people.
“The falsification of history has done more to mislead humans than any other single thing known to mankind.”
— Jean-Jacques Rousseau
“History is of two kinds — there is the official history taught in schools, a lying compilation ad usum delphini; and there is the secret history which deals with the real causes of events — a scandalous chronicle.”
— Honore De Balzac (Lost Illusions)
“History is a set of lies agreed upon.”
— Napoleon Bonaparte
“We may fairly agree that the subject of history, as commonly taught, is one of the most boring of all subjects. However, the study of how the subject of history has been manipulated is surely one of the most interesting of all subjects.”
— Michael Tsarion (Astrotheology and Sidereal Mythology)
“History is written according to the orders of those in power, and also rewritten according to their requirements and wishes.”
— Nicolai Levashov (Russian History Viewed Through Distorted Mirrors)
I think the real history is way more complex and interesting, and I believe human civilization used to be far more advanced than what the history textbooks used in schools are trying to convince us of. The evidence is everywhere, from the pyramids of Egypt to the Great Wall of China, from the Hermitage Museum to the breathtaking ruins of Europe, from the giant megaliths of Russia to the astonishingly detailed marble sculptures that are impossible to produce with traditional tools.
Now, regarding Tartaria (or Great Tartary, Tatary, Tataria), let’s take a look at some pre-19th century maps and historical documents. Here’s Europa regina in Sebastian Münster’s Cosmographia (Tartaria on the bottom right):
The Encyclopædia Britannica First Edition (1771):
The definition of Tartary:
TARTARY, a vast country in the northern parts of Asia, bounded by Siberia on the north and west: this is called Great Tartary. The Tartars who lie south of Muscovy and Siberia, are those of Astracan, Circassia, and Dagistan, situated north-west of the Caspian-sea; the Calmuc Tartars, who lie between Siberia and the Caspian-sea; the Usbec Tartars and Moguls, who lie north of Persia and India; and lastly, those of Tibet, who lie north-west of China.
The definition of Scythia:
SCYTHIA, the northern parts of Europe and Asia were anciently so called, which afterwards obtained the name of Tartary.
The historical textbook (1659) by Denis Pétau (alias Dionisius Petavius):
It says the following:
TARTARIA, (known of old by the name of Scythia, from their first king Scythus; and who were at first called Magogins, from Magog, Japhet’s son, whose prosterity its inhabitants were) is called by the inhabitants Mongul: but Tartaria, from the River Tartar, watering a great part of it. It is a great Empire, (not yielding to any other in largenesse of Countries, but to the King of Spain’s Dominions; whom also it exceeds, in that it is all united by some bond: whereas the other are very much disjoined) extending 5400 miles from East to West, and 3600 from North to South; to that the great Cham or Emperour hereof, hath many great Realms and Provinces under him, containing a great number of good Towns.
Scythia was thrown to a far past by the falsifiers of history, but pre-19th century documents indicate that it actually existed fairly recently (as a matter of fact, see Anatoli Fomenko’s New Chronology which contains an alternative history, radically shorter than the mainstream version of history). Another historical fact is that the Byzantines used the name Scythians for referring to the Russians (Leo the Deacon certainly did call them so). But what about the Mongols? Who actually were they?
Of the Magogins we have not much story; yet they have left their name behind them, which is now corrupted into Mangol, as most imagine.
A Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World, 1675
The name of Magog still existing in the appellations of Mogli, Monguls, and Mongolians.
According to Josephus, St. Jeronymus, the majority of the Christian fathers, and some of the most eminent historians and geographers, ancient and modern, Magog was the founder and father of the Scythians, Tartars, and Moguls, and consequently of the Siberians, and all these north-eastern tribes.
Microcosmus, Or, A Little Description of the Great World, 1621
The Famous and Memorable Works of Josephus, 1655
A Booke of Notes and Common Places, 1581
Ancient History; exhibiting a summary view of the rise, progress, revolutions, decline, and Fall of the States and Nations of Antiquity, 1831
According to the above historical documents, the Magogins became the Scythians, then Scythia became Tartaria, and the Mongols (or Monguls, Mungls, Mungals, Mangols, Moguls, Mogols, Magogins, Magogites, Mogli, Magogli, Mungli, Mungugli) were commonly referred to as the inhabitants of Tartaria and the children of Magog. So, ultimately, the Magogins became to be known as the Mongols.
The hypothesis about the Mongols originating from the borderlands of the faraway China was coined around the 18th century, and, on top of that, the word “Mongol” was given a new meaning; it refers to the so-called “Mongoloid race” nowadays. But even in the 19th century many historians still considered Mongols , Tartars, Scythians, Sarmatians and Muscovites as one ethnic group.
Let’s take a look at some old illustrations and monuments of how the Mongols and Tartars looked like in reality. Here is a nicely preserved Chinese drawing (13th-14th centuries) of Genghis Khan:
European illustration of Genghis Khan:
By the way, pre-19th century documents usually refer to Genghis (or Gengis, Gengiskan, Genghizcan, Ginghis, Cingis, Cinchius, Chinghiz, Cangius, Changius, Jenghiz, Zingis) as the Khan or Emperor of Tartaria. He is actually mentioned as the founder of Tartaria. The term “Mongol Empire” was imposed as the sole term after the late 18th century.
The painting of Tamerlane by Cristofano dell’Altissimo (1525–1605):
The illustrations of the Mongols by Marco Polo (1254-1324):
The monument of Batu Khan in Söğüt, Turkey:
Now, the following questions arise: what happened to Tartaria, and who transmuted Tartarian Emperors into Asiatics?
Well, we have established that Tartaria was a vast empire ruled by a great Khan or Emperor, who had many great realms and provinces under his rule. According to my research and understanding, before the Romanov dynasty came to power in Russia (or Moscovia, Moscovy, Muscovy, Muscovite Tartary), Russia had possibly been a kind of province of Tartaria inhabited by the descendants of Meshech (or Mosoch), the son of Japhet. Or at least the latter part is what some early modern period historians believed. Either way, the European-backed Romanov dynasty came to power through a coup in Russia. Since they came to power illegally, in order to legitimize their power, they needed to rewrite Russian history. So that’s what they did. They invited German scholars Gottlieb Siegfried Bayer, Gerard Friedrich Müller and August Ludwig Schlözer for this job. And that’s how the fictitious Mongol Empire came to be.
Tartaria continued to co-exist with the Romanov’s Russia for some time. It’s still unclear to me as to how exactly Tartaria ceased to exist, but according to some academics (such as Nicolai Levashov), Tartaria was absorbed by Russia in the big war that is known today as Pugachev’s Rebellion (1773-1775). Others claim there were some deliberately caused cataclysmic events (possibly a waterflood, a mud flood or something analogous to a nuclear war), which wiped out a relatively advanced civilization from the Eurasian continent in the 18th/19th century. Tartaria was weakened and then absorbed by Russia. There’s actually plenty of evidence that support the cataclysm hypothesis. That’s where the damaged statues/sculptures, ruins and partially buried cities come in, but that’s another topic.
I will just leave you with Paris, France, the construction of Les Halles, 1973. That’s Fontaine des Innocents standing on the metallic structure on the right.
Related Questions (More Answers Below)
I’ve been seeing references to “Ancient Tartaria” lately. I’ve since found maps before the 1900’s that show it. Ancient records describe a lot of blondes and redheads there. Why is Tartaria not mentioned in our history books these days?
You must research the Urbano Monte maps of 1587 showing most of the known world already populated, with complete infrastructure in place. In the USA, the locations of the Capital Building, The Smithsonian Building and many others are depicted… in 1587. All history as you have been taught is false. Great Tartaria and its remnants exist all over the world and are still being systematically destroyed even to this day…
All of the great wars were actually wars of Tartaria evidence eradication…
We are all, unfortunately, the unwitting parasites occupying what was a beautifully developed advanced society.
The maps themselves are much older and were created by the very people we destroyed.2.7K viewsView upvotes8