The Great Tartary – Myth or Forbidden Heritage

More and more information about the Grand Tartary is becoming available to those who seek it, and soon will come the time, when the lies of the official history of the Slavic people will no longer be accepted as before.

There are less and less geographical maps of the Grand Tartary around the world, that number is constantly decreasing. Out of Russian maps that can be downloaded from the internet, only the following can still be found: “The Drawing Book of Siberia” – compiled by Semyon Remizov in 1701; “The Map of Kipriyanov”, 1707; and “The Russian Map of Tartary”, 1745. All of them directly point to the existence of the country, the Commonwealth, whose name cannot be found in any modern textbook on history around the world. As it is impossible to find any information about the people that inhabited it. What has that kind of power? Who is able to almost entirely erase from official history any knowledge of the greatest Commonwealth that ever existed?

I would like to say a few words about the tartars, which are now mainly referred to as “tatars” and are said to belong to Mongoloids. It is interesting to look at the images of these so called “tatars”. Very revealing in this case is the well-known book “The Travels of Marco Polo” – as it is called in England. In France, it was called the “Book of the Great Khan”, in other countries – “The Book of the Diversity of the World” or simply “The Book”. The Italian merchant and traveler himself titled his manuscript “The Description of the World”, which was written in Old French, not Latin, and became popular throughout Europe.

In it, Marco Polo (1254-1324) describes in detail the story of his trip to Asia, and his 17-year stay in the court of “Mongolian” Khan – Kublai. Leaving aside the question of the reliability of this book, we will direct our attention to how Europeans portrayed “Mongols” in the Middle Ages. As you can see, in the appearance of the Great Mongol Khan Kublai there is nothing “Mongolian” (unlike presented in history books around the world). On the contrary, he and his entourage seem to look quite Slavic.

The fact that Europeans have been very well aware of the existence of the Slavic Tartary is confirmed by numerous medieval geographical atlases and encyclopedias. For example, the information about the Grand Tartary is preserved in a 6-book Spanish encyclopedia “Diccionario Geografico Universal” 1795 edition, although in slightly modified form. From the first edition of the “Encyclopedia Britannica”, it is obvious that even at the end of the 18th century, few countries existed on our planet with the word “Tartary” in their name. In Europe, numerous engravings of 16th-18th, and even the beginning of the 19th century, survived, which show the inhabitants of that Commonwealth – Tartars.

Let us take a look at the appearance of the Tartars and Mongolian prince and princess in the early 19th century engravings.

Noteworthy is the fact that medieval European travelers called Tartars people who lived across the vast territory, which occupied most of the continent of Eurasia. If we take a look at the images of the Eastern tartars, the Chinese tartars, the Tibetan tartars, the Nogai tartars, the Kazan tartars, the Small tartars, the White tartars, the Chuvash tartars, the Kalmyk tartars, the Cherkasy tartars, the tartars of Tomsk, Kuznetsk, Achinsk, and so on, it will cause some surprise as to the current understanding of who Mongol-Tartars really are. Tartaric had no relation to the modern “tatars”, just as the Mongolian Empire, located on the territory of present-day Pakistan, has no relation to the present-day Mongolia. Even in the “Mogol” word itself one can hear the power of the Slavic word!

After taking a closer look at the clothes of the Mongolian rulers, a striking similarity o the ceremonial dress of the Russian stars and boyars cannot be overlooks, and the appearance of the Moguls themselves has all the signs of the White Race.

For example, the ancestor of Babur, the founder of the Great Mogol Empire, is a great warrior and an outstanding leader Tamerlan (1336-1405). Let us see below the two portraits of him: in one he is young, and on the other in his later years. There are many images of Tamerlan. On one of the prints is written: Tamerlan, empereur des Tartares … Tamerlan – The Emperor of Tartars. And in the book “Histoire de Timur-Bec, connu souls le nom du grand Tamerlan, empereur des Mogols & Tartares”, written by Sharaf al-Din Ali Yazdi in 1454 and published in Paris in 1722, he is named the Emperor of Mogos and Tartars.

A fairly logical conclusion can be made that the Great Tartary was well-known even in the first quarter of the 20th century. This is also evidenced by the almost universal use of Vedic symbols, which U.S. and Europe continued to use until the end of the 1930s, and are still used in Asia.

Once in Russia the power was transferred to the “foreign scientists”, during the rule of Peter the First, information about the Great Tartary began to disappear catastrophically fast, and more recently, especially after the Second World War, no one interfered with the world’s media, which began to dictate to the world basically anything it wanted. And so it happened that the descendants of the mighty Mogols, now called “Kalash tribe”, with a light hand of “scientists” are not referred to as descendants of “the soldiers of Alexander the Great”, who allegedly for some reason remained in these areas…

The information provided here is but a small part of the truth that is hidden by the so-called “Academy of Sciences” with its Norman theory ditching the great Slavic culture in favor of the “Germans”, who actually appeared much later in the true history of the world.

Information taken from

various internet sources

Written by: Dmitriy Kushnir

Writing is hard work and takes a lot of energy, so if you found this article useful, buy me a coffee or an energy bar.

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