The Mongol Empire Was a Myth Invented In 1908

The Mongol Empire was a myth invented in 1908 by a Mongol Nationalist named Baavuday Tsend Gun.

The book The Secret History of the Mongols was a literary work allegedly written shortly after the year 1227 following the death of Genghis Khan. It is the basis for the history of the Mongol Empire and Genghis Khan, and it has been widely passed off as fact by historians (namely those of the corrupt Romanov dynasty). Yet there is one very simple problem with this book — it was published in 1908 with not a single shred of evidence of it being any older. The sources Baavuday Tsend Gun cites in his book do not corroborate his story. In fact, the sources he used do not seem to exist at all.

It is claimed that The Secret History of the Mongols was rediscovered as an addendum originally inside another mysterious book called The Secret History of the Yuan Dynasty written in Chinese, however not a single copy of this book can be found. The source he cites is a non-existant book that nobody can read and nobody has ever seen before. Cross referencing sources is important in real research yet on close inspection Baavuday’s book contains only made up sources.

The Secret History of the Mongols. Source.

How can a book written in 1908 accurately describe events in the 1200s without sources to earlier writings? There are NO other books on Genghis Khan’s life written before the 1908 publishing of The Secret History of the Mongols. Temujin or Genghis Khan is hardly mentioned in earlier Chinese manuscripts. Nothing is known of Temujin’s life outside of that one book published in 1908. Yet historians consider this book, by a 20th century Mongolian nationalist, to be the ultimate authority on Genghis Khan’s life.

This is what our history is based on. One book written by one man in the 20th century. The original Chinese texts are nowhere to be found so it is basically a fairy tale. It is not backed up by any hard evidence so by definition it is a work of fiction.

But for the sake of argument let’s assume The Secret History of the Mongols to be legitimate. We still run into several issues with mainstream chronological history:

  1. Genghis Khan isn’t even a proper name, it just means “Great King”.
  2. There is not a single period coin depicting the name Genghis Khan or Temujin.
  3. The Mongol coins that do use the word “Khan” are in plural, referring to “Khans”.
  4. There are no statues of Genghis Khan older than 200 years.
  5. There are no direct written accounts by Genghis Khan or his generals.
  6. Genghis Khan constructed no military fortifications and founded no cities.
  7. There are no trade pacts or treaties with Genghis Khan.
  8. No contemporary leader ever references a Genghis Khan.
  9. There are no period maps of Genghis Khan’s conquests. Only modern graphical approximations exist.
  10. Genghis Khan has no real tomb. Only monuments that were constructed centuries later exist.
  11. The battlements on the Great Wall of China face the wrong direction. Rather than pointing North they face South.
  12. When Marco Polo visited the court of Kublai Khan he was described as a white man living in a Western styled palace. This building was destroyed by Westerners in the second opium war, it resembles the exact style of “Western” “Tartarian” “Neoclassical” “Greek” architecture, megalithic in nature being constructed out of large stone, how was this accomplished by a nomadic horse-back people?
  13. There are other books that describe a great “Khan” of the Moguls and his sons as men with blonde hair and blue eyes. Translators of the Golden book were pressured into inserting fictitious names. Mogul is not to be confused with Mongolia.
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The ruin of Kublai Khan’s palace. Source.

And ultimately the biggest rebuttal is that, this so called Mongol Empire was, according to historians, the BIGGEST on the planet. It supposedly brought forth such a scale of death and destruction that it lead to ecological change — today from them remains what? Mongolia is one of the least populated countries in Asia, eclipsed by both of it’s neighbors hundreds of times over.

So where are all the foreign Mongol loanwords in Russian? The Mongolian language has dozens of Russian words for every one supposed Mongol word in Russian. Contrary to the claims of Fascist WW2 propaganda, there is, in fact, no evidence to support Mongolian genetics in Eastern Europeans, only the opposite of Mongols being partly Russian. This can be attested not only through genetic study, but  through the visual phenotype of many Mongolian people who often (though not necessarily commonly) resemble Europeans, even sometimes having blue or green eyes and lighter hair.

If the Mongol Empire were real, then it was the ONLY one to not leave a single, linguistic, genetic, cultural, or archeological trace. The myth of the Mongol Empire is one of complete delusion from one delusional zealous nationalist named Baavuday Tsend Gun.

Lastly, I would like to add that I write all of this without any hostility towards Mongolia or its people and traditions. I am merely exposing the flaws of Jesuit history and the Scaligerian chronology. The word Mongol is not of Mongolian origin and was only recently introduced. The Mongols who live in modern day Mongolia have never called themselves such, but rather by their local ethnic names, such as Oirats and Khalka. The real Mongol Empire was nothing more than a country called “Tartaria” by westerners. Tartaria was inhabited predominantly by Pagan Slavs, but also Turks, Huns, Bulgars, Balts, Finns, Uralics, among hundreds of many other Pagan ethnic groups who had banded together to defend against the invaders. The real hostility here is against Slavic/Aryan people by the enemies who have been relentlessly destroying true history for the past millennia. 

Recorded history is only 1000 years old and the current year is 722. All of human history happened only recently in the middle ages. Everything you have been taught is a lie!

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