The World Calendars


Operation Disclosure | By Thomas Anderson, Contributing Writer

Submitted on June 2, 2021

Dear readers,

To give you some free reading from my book I present you here the chapter about the different calendars on Earth.

Why they were invented, when, and how long they were valid and why there are not valid anymore – you find all in my book.

Illig’s Phantom Time: Solved!

First of all, I will give you a brief introduction to the different calendars of our world. We live today with the so-called Gregorian calendar. It’s called that because Pope Gregory introduced it. Before that we had the Julian calendar (which was so named because Julius Caesar introduced it), before that the lunar calendar, before that the sun calendar. In parallel, the Chinese calendar and the Jewish and many other small ones have been running for a long time. A calendar is needed to organize the time and to bring order to the chronological course of life. Calendars refer to sunrise and length of day and the duration of a solar cycle or, in the case of the lunar calendar, the cycle duration of a full moon cycle. After a round-trip of the Sun, the rhythm of the seasons that we are familiar with starts all over again, with more or less regularity, and the stars are almost exactly where they were a year ago. But seasons may not always have existed, since geological history in the well-known form has only been known to us a relatively short time. Because the division into days alone is no longer enough at the present time, you don’t just divide the year into as many days as there are sunrises and sunsets. But on top of that, the year into months, the months maybe again into weeks or periods of different lengths, and above all: the day into morning and afternoon and hours, minutes, seconds and even for scientific purposes, into much smaller units.

In today’s electronic world, it is inconceivable to turn away from these rhythm-indicating systems. And also in history was the knowledge of how many days the grain took to grow, or how many hours the flood took to return, or how many years it took a person to get old, and this is important for controlling everyday vital processes, for self-knowledge, for predicting harvests, weather, life spans and costs, and last but not least, tax revenues. Today we have a very precise definition for the second, which, in contrast to the past, is no longer the “86,400th part of a medium sunny day”, but now it “is defined by taking the fixed numerical value of the caesium frequency ∆Cs, the unperturbed ground-state hyperfine transition frequency of the caesium-133 atom, to be 9192631770 when expressed in the unit Hz, which is equal to s−1.”[i]


This means that since about 1950 the second has now been decoupled from the solar system and orbital times of the nature around us and has become a freely fixed unit that can be used in all electronic devices since then. This approach is understandable, because the changes in the orbital times are so lengthy and small compared to the life of a person or the useful life of a computer that one uses standard values here instead of a constant adaptation to nature, which inevitably takes a lot of time – and would result in size changes, which in turn would be extremely difficult to implement in the economy. Nevertheless, the decoupling from nature is not without problems, such as the human (and plants) biorhythm shows. Predictions about solar eclipses, planetary positions, ebb and flow cannot be made without astronomical measurements, results and number systems.

Of course, rulers have recognized and used the opportunity at all times not only to be able to make predictions for the common good alone, but also to change or hide certain numbers for self-interest. Originally, the week was counted in 5 days, each finger on one hand a day, then on with the second hand, which led to the “big week” with 10 days. The next increase was the observation of the Moon from new to full Moon and back. According to the old tradition, this period of time was measured at 30 days, and so you had the first “month”. 12 months of 30 days results in a year with 360 days. The weekly count of 7 days was also introduced very early (but after the 360 days), based on the observation of the celestial bodies visible to the naked eye: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. It was also found that a quarter of the time from new moon to new moon – e.g. from new moon to quarter moon – lasts 7 days.

For a better understanding of some of the following chapters, it is important to differentiate between the solar circulation in days, kilometers and seconds. The various calculation bases with lunar months, solar months, lunar cycles or solar revolutions are often somewhat confusing for the reader. For a very precise overview of the different calendar systems, I recommend the book “How many moons does a year have?” by Semjon Issakowitsch Seleschnikow. I can only give a brief overview here to prepare the reader for the most important aspects.

The Gregorian calendar[ii] was introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory after a long discussion over several centuries! Initially, it only applied to all of Christianity and predominantly Catholic countries. Many other countries only gradually introduced it in order to join a common foundation, not least for economic reasons; so e.g. Russia in 1918 and Turkey, which started using this calendar only in 1926. The Gregorian calendar, or a reform of the existing calendar, was in existence from 1300 AD because of serious problems previously discussed.

The Gregorian calendar is based on the 365.2425 days per year or solar circulation of the Earth measured at that time. It includes a corresponding leap year rule (a day is added every fourth year to compensate for the 0.2425 days) and further leap days have been introduced according to certain rules. The aim of this reform was to ensure that the mistake identified, namely that e.g. the spring equinox had shifted further and further in the course of the year, corrected once and for all. As a point of reference, this Gregorian calendar set the year “0”; that is logical, since this plays an important role in church history. In contrast, the Julian calendar,[iii] which was valid until 1582, was based on a year length of 365.25 days, so it had simpler leap year rules (after every third year, one year should have one more day). It was introduced by Julius Caesar 46 years before our era. This calendar found many followers, but it was by no means a ‘world calendar’. At the Council of Nicea in 325 CE this calendar was adopted for “all Christianity”. The calendar was also by no means error-free; About 100 years before the Julian calendar was introduced, the Greek Hipparch found that within 150 years the equinox shifted by about half a day. From this he concluded that the year was not 365.25 days long, but somewhat shorter. But they didn’t listen to him …

In addition, there is also the Jewish calendar, which is a lunar calendar, but what is particularly noticeable in it is that it includes the point of reference for its beginning at the creation of man in 3761 BC and is therefore today (2016) in the year 5776. The Chinese calendar, the Muslim calendar, some smaller calendar projects by different scientists of the old and modern times, revolution calendars with their respective reference points – all have some things in common: the old handed down calendars from the early days assume 360 days in the solar cycle and 30 days in the lunar cycle, while all more recent calendars are already 365.25 or 365.2425 Count days per solar revolution and set the lunar cycle to approximately 29.5 days.

This also applies to the Mayan calendar, which is often incorrectly referred to as the “oldest calendar”. They used three counting methods or, according to the Maya descendants themselves, seventeen for all possible heavenly bodies. An old, traditional way of counting, the “Tun” is based on an annual length of 360 days and, according to the researchers, was only used for religious purposes, while a second way of counting, the “Haab” was based on an annual length of 360 + 5 days. The five days attached were “days without a name”, bad days. The third and last counting method called “Tzolkin” includes a year 260 Days – 13 months with 20 days each. We will later learn why the Mayas followed such a rhythm, observed it, and considered it worth creating a calendar for it. Due to the complicated way of counting the calendar – which links all three counts together and thus results in many different combinations, which, in contrast to our current calendar, are not simply counted continuously, but result in different combinations with repeating and interlocking cycles – the Mayan calendar was reset to the beginning on December 21st, 2012 in our calendar.


The Mayans chose these periods very deliberately and set the start of their own calendar many centuries before their own emergence as a people. However, the Mayan calendar is by no means the oldest, as mentioned above. Before them there were the Aztec, Olmec and other calendars. And since the Mayas are only after AD, we are now looking at a few calendars that were there long before this arbitrarily set reference point “0”. The Chinese knew and still know an “energetic year”, which counts 360 days and is divided into 6 sections of 60 days each. The Chinese calendar became legendary after being invented by Emperor Huang Di in 2636 BC. The last adjustment to the calendar was made in 1645 under the Qing Dynasty. The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar with traditional 360 days, which combines both the movements of the Sun and the Moon. The sun determines the year, the Moon the months.

Unfortunately, there is no information in the Chinese source on the length of the year ascertained at the time; a few years later, however, under YAO’s rule, the year length was set to 366 days. Yao was the second son of Emperor Kù and Qingdu. According to tradition, Yao became emperor at the age of 20 because he successfully fought a flood disaster that struck ancient China and drained the country. Yao died at the age of 119.

In Egypt, one relied on a lunar calendar. The days were counted from one full moon to the next and came to 29-30 days a month and in the end 360 days a year. Around 2900 BC a calendar was developed based on 365 days. At the end of a year, at the beginning of July, the ancient Egyptians added an additional 5 days. The Greek term for these days was ‘epagomene’ (‘added’). They were considered the birthdays of the gods Osiris, Haroeris, Seth, Isis and Nephthys.[iv]

Heribert Illig wrote in his book “The Invented Middle Ages” (Original Title: “Das erfundene Mittelalter”) about a problem of chronology and many incorrect dating of art and buildings and explained the underlying calendar problem as follows: Julius Caesar led the calendar named after him in 46 BC on. This solar calendar ran until 1582, a total of 1,628 years. In 1582 Pope Gregory reformed the calendar and the “Gregorian Calendar” is now running. The Julian calendar assumes an annual length of 365.25 days with a leap year after every third year. The Gregorian calendar assumes an annual length of 365.2425 days, so a little less. That means Julius Caesar made a mistake there. Pope Gregory corrected this mistake by jumping from October 4th to 15th, 1582, bringing the equinox back to March 21st and correcting the calendar. Illig now argues: The Julian calendar with the wrong, somewhat longer year ran from 46 BC until 1582 AD; for 1628 years. The error that occurs annually is the length of the Julian year minus the length of the Gregorian year, i.e. 365.25 – 365.2425 = 0.0075 days. If this error occurs over a total of 1,628 years, then you simply have to multiply and find out that we are talking about an error of 1,628 times 0.0075 days = 12.21 days. Pope Gregory jumped from October 4th to October 15th, so skipped 10 days but not 12.21. Skipping the difference of 0.21 days wouldn’t have worked either, but at least he could have done these two.

But the fact is, Pope Gregory did everything astronomically right! The equinox was back on March 21st, and the calendar was perfectly adjusted. If, as we saw above, the difference is now 12.21 days and he skipped only 10 days and did everything correctly, then only the year can be the source of error in this calculation – the runtime of the calendar must therefore be shorter, namely a number of years corresponding to an annual length error of 10 days. Historically, however, we have a whole series of clues that prove that there are 1,628 years between the two dates. There is a continuous series of popes and in the Chinese area e.g. a continuous line of rulers and dynasties. Illig is now claiming that he can use architechture and works of art to prove their incorrect assignment to the year and designates the dark period of history as a complete falsification, because of a lack of scientific evidence. That means: 10 days have been corrected, we calculated 12.21. But there should only be 10, representing 1,333.33 years instead of 1,628 years. According to Illig, the difference, namely 2.21 days, representing 294.66 years, was simply invented. He puts this period of 294 years in the period between 600 and 900 and gives as evidence that in this period e.g. Emperor Pippin falls, the father of Charlemagne the Great. According to common historiography, the latter had been given the Papal State (Vatican). Evidently, the Pope did not notice this until 300 or more precisely 294 years later, respectively, when he declared his right to these lands and goods with a stack of, as is known even today to recognized science, falsified documents. We will come back to this document later.

One may rightly ask why the correction of only 10 days corrected everything, when a simple, mathematical task leads to the absurd. Then why is there always the same, wrong calculation in our reference works without any contradiction or criticism? So-called specialists claim that Gregory referred to the Council of Nicaea (AD 325) because at that time the calendar was either corrected or at least the beginning of spring was fixed on March 21st. Unfortunately, any kind of evidence is missing for this claim. Thus, the time interval between Caesar and Pope Gregory XIII would be around 300 years less than previously thought. There are no real documents for the time in between, which we would then have to call a phantom time (for Illig from 614 to 911).[v]

Since these centuries are considered to be the “dark middle ages” anyway, because the historical traditions and suitable archaeological finds are extremely rare, and in none of today’s cities which are of Roman origin, can an early medieval settlement layer be found, the appropriate sources of history are often only added centuries later. A few hundred Byzantine cities seem to have been uninhabited during this period, which all supports the thesis that a whole period has been incorporated into the history books that just was not there before.

In Islamic Spain, the finds do not begin in 711 after the conquest, but only in the early 10th century. If Illig’s thesis is true, then not a single find should prove the opposite. In his investigation of the most diverse finds, documents, buildings and works of art, one can repeatedly find that Illig might be right. In many cases, he is absolutely right to state that these are incorrectly dated, but again he is not necessarily right that this is automatically proof of fictitious years. For example, the Aachen Palatinate Chapel was built without a building hut, without direct forerunners and successors, and thus represents the most famous building of our time but cannot be explained in terms of architectural history. Building techniques need to be invented and tested beforehand, but the documents, sources and buildings are missing. The Lorscher Torhalle moves from 770 or 870 to the early 12th century. The few other churches of the “Carolingian era” can be easily integrated into the “Ottonian era”. The Carolingian book of illumination also classifies Illig as Ottonian in truth and for this reason is hardly distinguishable from the works of art of the time.

The emperors Constantine VII and Otto III and Pope Silvester II were the originators of the calendar reform. Otto (Kaiser 996-1002) wanted to usher in the seventh day of the world as the representative of Jesus Christ according to the old Christian account 6,000 years after creation. The Pope (999-1003), enthroned by him, a specialist in Arabic astronomy and mathematics, supported him. Since Otto’s mother was a descendant of the Byzantine court, the connection to the imperial house there can be considered as given. The Persians (Byzantines) had stolen the most important relic of Christianity, the cross of Calvary, in 614. In Illig’s view, it goes without saying that the recovery of the relic can only be told and acted upon within an imaginary time. Illig sees a conspiracy in the change of the reference point of the annual censuses. The Byzantines changed from 1014 Seleucid era to 6508 creation era the Christians in the west from 419 martyr era to 1000 AD. The Jews joined and converted from 1014 Seleucid era to 4464 after the world was “created”.

It seems inexplicable why the cultural institutions in Europe invariably and secretly introduced new counts. It also seems very understandable that with so many different numbers, almost 300 years could have been inserted quickly, especially since these inserted years were already in the long-forgotten past, from which only the documents could report (whether original or falsified- who knows?) and only the experts knew about.[vi]


Today, whenever we are dependent on specialists in a particular field, we ourselves experience that all too often for some reason we are not given the full truth or even brazen lies – be it to praise a product that is to be sold; be it to come up with any contrived evidence man has used to justify war. Remember: “Iraq has Weapons of mass destruction. We have photos of it.” A statement that was so wrong that even General Colin Powell, who spoke it at the time, described it as an eyesore on his career.[vii]

What Illig leaves completely unmentioned with these highly effectively presented facts and theses, are the physical facts of the year. If we assume that the Earth is traveling as a planet with an angular momentum and kinetic energy in a magnetic and gravitational field, then the following applies here, among others – the laws of conservation of momentum. In other words, the system tries to compensate for faults and restore the original state.

If the rotation of the Earth is disturbed by a collision with another large celestial body, nature tries to restore the overall system to the older previous state. So, for example, if the year from (originally a few thousand years ago) 360 days is extended due to a disturbance from outside or is now divided into 365.25 days (at the time of Julius Caesar), maybe even more (unfortunately we have no exact measurement data), the system tries to reduce the year back to 360 days. This means that the year gets shorter every year (calculated in days).

So far, scientists have assumed by default that the measurement of the length of the year was incorrect in earlier times, and the closer you get to modernity, the more accurate it becomes. In contrast, I assume that at almost every point in time the year length measurement was correct, only the year length has changed in the meantime (as it still does today)! I found an interesting graphic on the internet. It shows the possibly regular adaptation movement of the planet.

We see this in our day and age very recently confirmed by displacements of the Earth’s axis by earthquakes like in Indonesia (2004), Chile (2010) or Japan (2011). Each time, NASA said, the day was shortened by a few microseconds.

 So, let’s assume that earthquakes include signs of conservation of momentum and the day length reduction associated with every earthquake also shortens the year as a whole, we can now calculate that the error that Heribert Illig calculated is not a failure at all.

Assuming that the various surviving measurements from modern times and from Gregory’s times are correct, today’s solar year length is 365.2421 days, and that in Gregory’s times was 365.2425 days, which is a difference in results of of 0.0004 days. This difference was formed between 1582-2000 (last measurement published everywhere according to Wikipedia). So that’s 418 years. Difference divided by term = 0.0004: 418 = 0.000 000 9569377 average decrease in length per year. That is in seconds: 0,08 = some earthquakes here, some earthquakes there, there you have your 80 microseconds.

Let us assume that the length of the middle solar year has been reduced over the centuries by exactly this amount per year, then this means 1628 x 0.0000009569377 = 0.0015579 days for the entire duration of the Julian calendar of 1,628 years, I count these in the Gregorian solar season and come up with a result of 365,24406 days for the start of the Julian calendar. Although this is not the length of a middle solar year mentioned in the Julian calendar, it was already incorrect or too long, because Hipparch (190-120 BC) already knew that the year was shorter. One finds the following remark in an old physics manual (Gehler, J. S. T. physical dictionary):

      “According to the news of Ptolemy (Amalgest. L. III.) Hipparch of Alexandria observed the times of the night equinoxes and solstices with great care. Comparing his observations to what Aristarchus of Samos had done 145 years before him, he found that the solstices had come 12 hours earlier since then. According to this determination, the true length of the year (12/145) or almost (1/12) hour, i.e. 5 minutes shorter than the Callippian period, so only 365 d. 5 hours 55 minutes.”

This corresponds to approximately 365.246528 days per year and is roughly equivalent to an actual value for the solar year length of 365.244xx calculated back at that time using this approach.[viii]


If we therefore rightly assume that the length of the middle solar year under Caesar will be set slightly incorrectly (contrary to better knowledge or despite the fact that more precise data is available) and that the year has decreased by 0.0000009569377 days since the Gregorian reform up to the year 2000 adding up a slightly decreasing error each year to the Julian solar year, we arrive at a total of 10.7911474 days, which is almost a perfect landing on the 10 days corrected by Pope Gregory.

At this point I would like to take a clear position on some things: Illig’s carefully and meticulously substantiated doubts about the authenticity of many so-called documents of art and buildings, which in my opinion are now clearly incorrectly dated, remain unaffected by this calculation. The chronology of the history of art and architecture should be urgently corrected there. Likewise, the many doubly appearing rulers and their peoples remain in the chronologies, which brought criticism not only to Illig, but also Velikovsky and a few other and many more respected scientists in dire need of explaning an argument that shortens history and that urgently needs clarification. However, these are not relevant to the calculations made here. I believe that there was no phantom time, but it was a possibly rather chaotic phase that was used by those “at the top” to massively falsify and cheat. Illig sees this phase in the area of 600-900, and Velikovsky refers in his theses to the last or most recent catastrophe in 687, which gives clear indications of counterfeiting or the timeframe for the period in question for counterfeiting. In this case, the conspiracy is still there and of immense proportions, but the situation loses the accusation of creating a “phantom time” – the accusation of massive fraud for monetary and political reasons remains. I also firmly believe that the length of the middle Solar year has been subject to more fluctuations in the past than scientists are admitting right now. Scientists have noticed that the year of the Sun is shortening more or less steadily since 1840 at the latest. Since then, J. H. von Mädler has drawn up a formula and postulated a decrease in the length of the middle solar year by 0.595 s per century (see, among others, Wikipedia).

The historical traditions are unfortunately not always very reliable. Often there are real sources of counterfeiting, mostly from the church. Sometimes all originals were destroyed and replaced by forgeries in order to create a completely new historical picture; sometimes people don’t appear at all, sometimes twice under two different names. Heribert Illig’s book “Die veralten Vorzeit” (“The Old Age”) proves to be absolutely worth reading here. Another indication of chronological pitfalls is that technologies or construction techniques appear out of nowhere – or exactly the opposite; namely, when knowledge seems to suddenly disappear, and the sources only reappear hundreds of years later. Technological development between 1200 BC and 500 BC for example, moved forward as quickly as one would otherwise think would only be possible for periods of several thousand years.[ix]

Instead of worrying about the background of such contradictions, our dear school scientists are only too happy to use the tactic of making what fits must fit. Then the one wrong source is used as the basis for verifying the other wrong source – something like this is called “cross-dating” – and everything fits.

It is clear that this is, of course, entirely in the interests of those who previously made thousands of false documents to create a false past.

Counterfeiters don’t like contemporary witnesses – they talk and remember too much. Every powerful counterfeiter or client for such counterfeits has to think in several generations, plan over many decades and even centuries – or even live so long…

Instead of certificates, there is only the path through the scientific facts and archaeological evidence. Excavations reveal five horizons of destruction in Ugarit and other archaeological sites in the Near East. They must have arisen somehow.[x]

Mars and Venus are repeatedly referred to as “Earth threats”, and there is evidence of Venus as a hot planet with a long tail, even in megalithic buildings and stone rows, which apparently are supposed to represent exactly this Venus – e.g. the many rows of stones from Carnac with thousands (!) of menhirs (which can still be seen today!), which may have been set up in several stages as a representation of an ever closer approaching celestial body.[xi]

The French researcher Pierre Georgelin reports of seafarers who collected pig iron stored above ground in Brittany, in “an infertile, inanimate country with emergency shelters (‘gangways’) and full of megaliths”.[xii] We can only find a logical explanation for all the broken temples with the assumption of such global destruction events that – strangely, as it is – have always remained untouched over centuries and have not been rebuilt.

Imagine a similar approach today in a city like New York. After a few years at the latest, building gaps will be closed and ruins will be removed. So there must have been a very serious reason why these buildings were preserved as memorials for so long.


With his revolutionary approach, Joseph Justus Skaliger[xiii] attempted to depict the history of creation and creation of the Earth and of humanity. Skaliger calculated a year of creation of 3949 BC and took as its basis the lowest common denominator of several cycles: the 19-year lunar cycle, the 28-year solar cycle and the 15-year Roman interest cycle. He then calculated a cycle of 7,980 years, which he entered as starting on January 1st 4713 BC. Later he postponed this date by a full cycle because he dealt with Manetho’s writings and did not want to leave the Egyptians without a world by having them build pyramids before the beginning of creation. So, the creation date was now at 12,693 BC. This was probably the starting signal for bigger and bigger numbers, older and older creation dates. Research circles continued by serving up ever larger numbers, all of which were no less shaky.[xiv]

Today we have reached an age of around 4.6 billion years, including all unpredictability and misjudgments such as fossilization, king and pharaoh lists, pope and church histories. In addition to fossilization, there is another problem: loess deposits. There are supposed to be 0.07 mm deposits in some places every year and over the course of millions of years 400 m thick layers have formed – without any inclusions of any kind. No wind, no animals, no living creatures on land, water or from the air has ever left anything there. In around 6 million years…? We have to admit; that is a strange idea beyond any probability.

Everyone can imagine a much more likely picture from their childhood: If you throw a ball flat into a puddle of mud, the ball will hit the mud, sink in a little, bounce off and make a few more jumps – depending on how hard the material is. You can then see the imprint of the ball after it jumps. A small wall of mud will have piled up in the direction of flight, and the further, smaller jumps will leave a flatter impression. In the area, pretty much everything will be covered with a thin layer of mud or at least thousands of small splashes. Now imagine that with a planetary impact on Earth. It’s the same situation – just bigger.

Of course, there are thick and thin loess deposits, but in any case, there have to be some particles, seeds, plant residues or leaching due to rain or water drainage, due to wind and weather, and last but not least traces of living things of all kinds. Over the course of a few million years visible traces appear at every point on Earth and not, as scientifically accepted, meter-thick deposits from eons lie in front of us completely free of traces.

The school’s fossilization history and theory thus show’s numerous gaps and explanations that can only be corrected by a completely new perspective on the history of its origin and the true facts of science.

The Title this book is

WORLDCONSPIRACY – Who Are The True Rulers Of Planet Earth?

More and more people are realizing that they are being lied to and cheated by those in power and that the representatives of the people do not represent the people, but the interests of large corporations, the military and the economy. Large, global corporations and organizations are running our world. It is not presidents and chancellors who rule a country, but a few selected families. These family clans call the raw materials on earth their own, determine the price of gold and lend astronomical sums to warring countries. But are they really only interested in economic interests, or is there something completely different behind it?

We live in a world in which there is constant war and terror, and we suffer from an increasingly unstable financial system. Is this a coincidence or a result of mismanagement? Not at all! This state of affairs has been deliberately brought about because, according to the wishes of the ruling family clans, the human race of the future will no longer need cash – and neither will many other things. But we humans are not only trapped in the financial system, but also in faith. The idea and necessity of a religion has been perverted and devilishly ingeniously used against humanity. We are modern slaves, that is the bitter truth.

The countries of Europe – Germany in particular – are currently being overrun by immigrants against the will of a large part of the population and are being pressed into a financial and political straitjacket with payment obligations for huge sums of money. Is there perhaps a historical reason for these destinations? Is there a place in the past from which everything started? Are those whom we believe to be the ruling families – the so-called Illuminati – really the true masters of this world? Or are there facts that are being withheld from us? Are they perhaps only the recipients of orders? If so, by whom?


Instead of living peacefully in a large family of nations, we live in fear of one another and wage war against one another. Cui bono? – Who benefits? All this is only possible because we do not know the true causes and the true history of our planet. In this book you will find answers – answers to the history of current and past terror with and on this planet, to the origins of humanity and the history of suffering on our planet. Illig’s phantom time problem is finally solved and the world’s calendars are explained in detail.

To give you a first impression of what this book is about, please let me copy the content-list here.

How It All Began – Forbidden Books
The Awakening
Research, Research, Research
September 11th, New York                              
2005, July 7th, London
Politics and Terror
El Shaddai’s Powerful Hand
War of Worlds
How Could We Forget This?
Mr. Illig’s Phantom Time: Solved!
Ancestry Research Back to The Beginning
Stories of Mankind and Earth
Creative Genesis and Bible Truth
The Single Origin of Languages
The Anunnaki, Cain & the “German Connection”
The Grand Puzzle
About the Author & Special Thanks
Overview of giant skeletal finds
Map to and about Asgard

Here are some comments of german readers, who read the german version and wrote a comment on amazon:

There are countless books on Illuminati, conspiracies, banks, etc. now, but Anderson is already getting pretty sharp. It deals with the topic of the “Khazars” and also brings the speech of the insider Benjamin Freedman in abbreviated form, of which I do not know that someone has already published in a German-language book – and which now really makes it clear who is in charge on our planet and initiated the last world wars.

But Anderson goes much deeper and asks who is this “YHWH” who controls the Illuminati. Who is this “El Shaddai”? Is it still there and what does it look like?

Why are the Germans, or especially the Germanic Germans, the ultimate enemy in the world? Why are the flows of migrants directed in our direction? Who controls Angela Merkel to allow that?

The answers are uncomfortable and deeply troubling.


Find out in a book how everything is connected and who is behind everything? As with many things, this is hardly possible. The author tries nevertheless and he succeeds in a large sheet with an amazing variety of topics, underpinned by a lot of solidly researched details. If this is “a lot” in terms of content, you can use the abundance of sources and cross-references and decide in self-study how far you want to go.

Nevertheless – or precisely because of this – the book is not for “beginners”, but rather for “advanced” people who have a certain routine in dealing with and classifying information that contradict common theses. An enrichment for this target group and highly recommended!


This is a heavy book. The Illuminati and international bankers are also mentioned here – not to be missed – but Thomas A. Anderson is advancing into areas that are behind the Illuminati. At least that’s what he suspects. But it is quite conclusive.
What I found very exciting was the explanation of why our calendar is no longer correct today and how you can see that “intelligence” intervened in our solar system a long time ago in order to align the planetary constellation in such a way that it corresponds to its circumstances. Very exciting! I had never seen it like this.

I don’t want to give away too much, just so much that Thomas A. Anderson is a brave writer who dares to venture into areas where other authors have so far avoided. I wish you success!


For those who want to read this fascinating story, and for all who want to know more about the history of this Planet, the Secret Space programs and more…


World Conspiracy in English language (ebook / paperback)

In German language (only paperback, sold out in new condition, used still available)

Space Conspiracy  in English language (ebook / paperback)

And in German (only paperback)


[ii]       Semjon Issakowitsch Seleschnikow “Wieviel Monde hat ein Jahr?”,

         MIR Verlag 1981,P. 3

[iii]      Semjon Issakowitsch Seleschnikow “Wieviel Monde hat ein Jahr?”, P. 4

[iv]       Quelle u.a.:

[v]        Heribert Illig, “Das erfundene Mittelalter”, Ullstein Verlag 2002


[vi]       ibid




[ix]       Heribert Illig, “Die veraltete Vorzeit”, Mantis Verlag 2011, P. 15

[x]        Heribert Illig, “Die veraltete Vorzeit”, P. 92, Claude Schaeffler, Excavators of Ugarit

[xi]       same as (268) P. 122

[xii]      same as (268) P. 144

[xiii]     same as (268) P. 258ff.

[xiv]     same as (268) P. 216ff.


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