Calendar studies prove that the thesis of the Invented Middle Ages is correct

by Heribert Illig

When the supposition first arose that there might be chronological problems in the early Middle Ages, too, the first cross-check was carried out with the help of the Julian-Gregorian calendar. It almost reached its goal, by a hairs breadth: when dealing with the autumnal equinox and 23rd September, the date on which the equinox falls today, it was found that there is no date for this equinox that has come down to us. This deficiency has now been rectified so that the argument can develop its full effect.
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