That is not at all what you are "supposed to believe". What they said is that many documents for the years 614-911 AD were created before the years happened. When the switch happened from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian Calendar the year didn't change, but 10-13 days were dropped, depending on when the country switched, to make up for the accumulated added time in the Julian calendar.
Now would it be so hard to believe that a small group of people added ~300 years of conquest and glory in order to better their position in society at a time when the only people who could read and write were clergymen.
That being said, they didn`t give any actual evidence in the article.
Monday, July 29, 2013 11:44:20 PM
So we're supposed to believe that in 1592 the entire world somehow conspired to f[u]ck with the minds of everyone in the future by randomly adding close to 300 years to the calendar that never actually occurred?
And every government/nation on the planet fabricated fake documents to support the conspiracy?
And he claims other people support his belief. That`s the hardest part to fully grasp.... That so many could be off their meds at the same time.