A False Narrative?
I have commented many times that history gets written by the victors. The losers crawl away from their battles and lick their (emotional) wounds, sometimes for centuries.
We, individually, do the same thing. That situation you went through two decades ago: you remember it well, right? Wrong. The Mandela Effect is the name for it.
But now there’s a new wrinkle in time: what if historians have fabricated history?
A.T. Fomenko discovered a “fiber structure” in our modern “textbook of ancient and medieval history.”… It was proved that this “textbook” consists of four more short “textbooks” which speak about the same events— the same historical epochs. These short “textbooks” were then shifted, with respect to each other, on the time axis— and then glued together…. The result is our modern “textbook,” which shows a history much longer than it was in reality.Wilcock, David. The Synchronicity Key: The Hidden Intelligence Guiding the Universe and You (p. 395). Penguin Group US. Kindle Edition.
I personally noted this effect when researching for a past life as Sinon during the Greek Trojan Horse story. When discussing the timing of the Trojan War, I wrote this:
There are no records which would help me decide which life I had lived in the first decade of 1600 BC. However, my friend Christina, when asked if she could come up with the name of a Greek god that might be connected to me, said that the only name she got was Homer. That was a surprise! His great poems the Iliad and the Odyssey were written between the 9th and 8th century BC (according to scholars). The Trojan War occurred in the 13th century BC, and Sinon seems to fit the bill, but then again, history has a way of telescoping events into a single narrative. (As Above, So Below)
Will we ever really know the truth?