Norwich Cathedral, England.

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These fascinating photographs were sent to me by another SH community member The Kraken. Like most things historical, the true significance of Norwich Cathedral is completely over looked. To the general public things like the Giza pyramids or Stonehenge look impressive enough but they invariably are quickly filed away as old and irrelevant.

For myself growing up, I could appreciate the magnificence of the great Pyramids. Sadly though, they weren't anything more than curiosity. What I was missing was context. The great deception these enemies of humanity contrive is to strip stuff of its context. Finding an old tea pot in your grand mothers attic is of no great importance, just old junk. Discovering that its a priceless heirloom worth thousands of dollars however! Context changes everything.

Okay, enough TED talk fluff, this is a Cathedral full of grave markers installed into the floors and masonry that have very unusual dates. Take a look and see if anything strikes you as odd.

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Norwich Cathedral

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Is that 1688 or j688? Must just be a fluke.

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These are all clearly "J".

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Here we have the "1" or tiny upper case "I".

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1800.

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Defaced. What do they call that? Desecration.
Someones going straight to hell.

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"I" or "J", why not both!

So it would seem that there was some confusion as to how best to draw a number one. Do you scribe it to look like a straight line? do you make it half the size of the rest of the proceeding numbers? Heck why not just make it look like the letter J.

The Formenko explanation is that there are 1000 years of history shoe horned into our timeline. The "J" stands for Jesus in a similar fashion to how we use A.D. and B.C. Greek word for Jesus ΙΗΣΟΥΣ hence the "I" . Moreover, j677 isn't 1677. It's 677. everything that happened in Greek and roman times actually happened 400 years ago. The more I see, the more I'm inclined to believe it. All you need is the right context and something like Norwich Cathedral takes on a whole new sheen.

Again thanks to The Kraken for his keen eye for stolen history and thanks to you all for having the courage to think for yourselves. Most of all thanks to
KorbenDallas for giving us somewhere to share this stuff.

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These fascinating photographs were sent to me by another SH community member The Kraken. Like most things historical, the true significance of Norwich Cathedral is completely over looked. To the general public things like the Giza pyramids or Stonehenge look impressive enough but they invariably are quickly filed away as old and irrelevant.

For myself growing up, I could appreciate the magnificence of the great Pyramids. Sadly though, they weren't anything more than curiosity. What I was missing was context. The great deception these enemies of humanity contrive is to strip stuff of its context. Finding an old tea pot in your grand mothers attic is of no great importance, just old junk. Discovering that its a priceless heirloom worth thousands of dollars however! Context changes everything.

Okay, enough TED talk fluff, this is a Cathedral full of grave markers installed into the floors and masonry that have very unusual dates. Take a look and see if anything strikes you as odd.

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Norwich Cathedral

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Is that 1688 or j688? Must just be a fluke.

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These are all clearly "J".

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Here we have the "1" or tiny upper case "I".

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1800.

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Defaced. What do they call that? Desecration.
Someones going straight to hell.

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"I" or "J", why not both!

So it would seem that there was some confusion as to how best to draw a number one. Do you scribe it to look like a straight line? do you make it half the size of the rest of the proceeding numbers? Heck why not just make it look like the letter J.

The Formenko explanation is that there are 1000 years of history shoe horned into our timeline. The "J" stands for Jesus in a similar fashion to how we use A.D. and B.C. Greek word for Jesus ΙΗΣΟΥΣ hence the "I" . Moreover, j677 isn't 1677. It's 677. everything that happened in Greek and roman times actually happened 400 years ago. The more I see, the more I'm inclined to believe it. All you need is the right context and something like Norwich Cathedral takes on a whole new sheen.

Again thanks to The Kraken for his keen eye for stolen history and thanks to you all for having the courage to think for yourselves. Most of all thanks to
KorbenDallas for giving us somewhere to share this stuff.

Wow! Finally clear evidence of "j" oddities in dates. Thankyou, this is much better than the half-confused half-wrong evidence from some pop youtubers. They seem to draw attention to valid issues, but just end up making a circus that's easy to dimiss due to weak evidence they show.
I lived in Norwich 2003 - 4, it's more related to Holland than London in many ways.e
 
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! Finally clear evidence of "j" oddities in dates. Thankyou, this is much better than the half-confused half-wrong evidence from some pop youtubers
You're most welcome. I was also impressed with these findings.

Kraken knew the evidence would be there. All he had to do was look. This stuff is everywhere. It was a global culture after all.
Maybe you can check a cemetery in your area.
 

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You're most welcome. I was also impressed with these findings.

Kraken knew the evidence would be there. All he had to do was look. This stuff is everywhere. It was a global culture after all.
Maybe you can check a cemetery in your area.
I checked a local cemetary, amazing stonwork, but the part I know is too recent for j dates. I could check other areas ...
Search " oldest cemetaries graveyards"... Then have a look.
 

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Just need to be careful with this one, it seems odd to use j or i as the number 1 and the 'after Jesus' explanation seems to make sense. However, there is a but..... I was also looking at similar grave markers on the floor in both Beverley Minster and Hull Minster where I live. Initially I was quite excited to see several dates written as you show, e.g. J726 instead of 1726. Then I saw some dates with a 1 at the end and the pattern was the same, e.g. 1781 was written J78J - so all occurrences of the number 1 were replaced with a J, not just the first digit as we have previously assumed. I will take some pics next time I am there to show you, can't find any online. I did find these random ones though which illustrates what I'm saying here:

So, we have the year J720 instead of 1720 but also May J2th instead of 12th and Jst of November instead of 1st. I found many instances of this in both minsters I visited. I'm dissapointed by my own finding here as now I have no idea what the whole J and I thing was about, could have just been a style after all. (p.s. the 'Y' with the 'e' over it is old English for 'The' so it reads May the 12th and The 1st of November below for instance.)

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Just need to be careful with this one, it seems odd to use j or i as the number 1 and the 'after Jesus' explanation seems to make sense. However, there is a but..... I was also looking at similar grave markers on the floor in both Beverley Minster and Hull Minster where I live. Initially I was quite excited to see several dates written as you show, e.g. J726 instead of 1726. Then I saw some dates with a 1 at the end and the pattern was the same, e.g. 1781 was written J78J - so all occurrences of the number 1 were replaced with a J, not just the first digit as we have previously assumed. I will take some pics next time I am there to show you, can't find any online. I did find these random ones though which illustrates what I'm saying here:

So, we have the year J720 instead of 1720 but also May J2th instead of 12th and Jst of November instead of 1st. I found many instances of this in both minsters I visited. I'm dissapointed by my own finding here as now I have no idea what the whole J and I thing was about, could have just been a style after all. (p.s. the 'Y' with the 'e' over it is old English for 'The' so it reads May the 12th and The 1st of November below for instance.)
Good find. I would add that our concept of age is based on what we're told, and little more. While an interesting premise, I believe trying to gauge whether the year was 1755 or 755 is ultimately not important. These are just numbers, and neither are particularly useful without the context of a year 0, of which we have practically no way of discerning.

In any case, the fallacy of the 'dark ages' doesn't require proof via dating in any form. It's fallacy is easily understood when one learns how little evidence of the dark ages there is. That alone signifies that the dark ages may be fabricated, and that history is much shorter than most imagine.
 

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Still that 1720 gravestone is interesting.
Bizarre looking childish skull and cross bones. The " IHS" at the top has not been highlighted like the rest of the script.
 

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