Russian History Viewed through Distorted Mirrors
. Vol. 1
The author expounds his views about the past of Russia and brings up the question of the in-tentional distortion of past events. He is the first to uncover the reasons for this distortion, who is behind it and why; and how it became possible. The author suggests looking at the events of the dis-tant and not so distant past from quite another point of view, more precisely, from several points of view simultaneously. The author analyses a number of social phenomena as a single whole and proves that almost any event of the past of any country cannot be interpreted in two ways, or in theway advantageous for those in power, but has an absolutely definite explanation which does not de- pend on the desire or ambitions of the person who sets his mind to explaining it, but on objective processes which are going on in human society. Using this approach he succeeds in “clearing” theturbid waters of the “river” of time of Midgard-earth’s (our planet) civilization and, in particular,the past of Russia; although this Slavonic-Aryan empire had a lot of different names during its verylong existence...
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Illustrations by Nicolai LevashovTranslated from Russian into English by Elena LyubimovaEdited by Irene Stillwell