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Bible calls Alexander the Great, King of Greece

Bible calls Alexander the Great, King of Greece

  Daniel 8 Daniel’s Vision of a Ram and a Goat   1 In the third year of King Belshazzar’s reign, I, Daniel, had a vision, after the one that had already appeared to me. 2 In my vision I saw myself in the citadel of Susa in the province of Elam; in the vision I was beside the Ulai […]

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The Persian story of ZULQARNEEN

The Persian story of ZULQARNEEN

Persian Texts in Translation Packard Humanities Institute – Persian Literature in Translation It has been mentioned above that, according to the majority of historians, there were no other prophets sent between Nûh and Ebrahim, except Hûd and Sâlah. Some of the ancients, however, tell us that the greater Zulqarneen had been honoured after Sâlah and before Ebrahim with the exalted […]

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Alexander I of Macedon in Olympics

Quote: XXII. Now that these descendants of Perdiccas are Greeks, AS THEY THEMSELVES SAY, I MYSELF CHANCE TO KNOW AND WILL PROVE IT in the later part of my history. Furthermore, the Hellenodicae who manage the contest at Olympia determined that it is so, [2] for when Alexander chose to contend and entered the lists for that purpose, the Greeks […]

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The ‘Hellenization’ argument contradiction about ancient macedonians

 Whenever the issue of ancient Macedonian greekness arises,we notice the same contradiction over and over. Until now as we are all aware, the archaeological inscriptions found – specifically the Pella’s curse tablet of 4th cent. BC which is the oldest ancient ‘Macedonian’ text we have – are proving that Macedonians spoke a dialect related to North-West Greek. This is a conclusion which the entirety of the scientific […]

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Modern Writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM’s slavs Part II

Quote: According to Mustakov, Yane asserted that, in spite of believing in the possibility of Turkey’s regeneration, HE WAS STILL A PURE BULGARIAN AT HEART, and he spoke bitterly of those who accused him of lack of patriotism, of hostility towards Bulgaria, etc., when he had done nothing for Turkey which had harmed his own people, when he had protected […]

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Scientists about Rosetta Stone – FYROM’s propaganda exposed

TheHellenisticPtolemaic dynasty,which ruled Egypt from 305 BC to 30 BC, issued a series of decrees over the course of their reign known as Ptolemaic Degrees. The Rosetta Stone is a well-known example of one of the decrees. The Rosetta Stone was included in the third part of a series of three decrees, the first from Ptolemy III (the Decree of […]

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Indisputable Evidence of FYROM’s Slavs being originally Bulgarians

Indisputable Evidence of FYROM’s Slavs being originally Bulgarians

Invitation from the central Bulgarian revolutionary commitee BMPO to all Bulgars in Skopje…. Translation:”YOU, Bulgarian, in the name of the patriotism, freedom and saving your life, pay to the bearer of this invitation the sum of … “ See Bulgarian “SVOBODA” [url=http://makedonija.150m.com/makedonija/vmroimrogocedelcevmacedoniahistory.htm]Documents related to the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization. Goce Delcev, Dame Gruev, oath of Vmro and more.[/url] Bulgarian Ilinden […]

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Modern Writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs slavs

Quote: The town of Monastir, capital of the vilayet of Monsastir, lies just about half way between Bulgarian and Greek territory. North, the majority of Macedonians are Bulgar, south the majority are Hellenes. The villages meet, cross, and mix in the Monastir vilayet. The reason, therefore, we hear so much about disturbances at Monastir is not because the Turks there […]

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Books in Greek education prior to 1936 about Macedonia

Another lie used by propagandists of FYROM is the alledged association in Greek education, of ancient Macedonians as Greeks Only After 1912. These lies are being exposed by the following books and references found in Greek history books from 19th century.  A divine mystical plan at the beginning of which the greatness of the Greek genius became universal; and by the unaniums […]

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