Known as the conquistador of Sibir, the scarce documented hero Yermak Timofeyevich has been portrayed alike, which raises the following questions:
- Are the consonants of Kuchum actually Mexico in reverse?
- Are the consonants of Ostyaks & Aztecs phonetically similar?
According to the New Chronology, the story of Hernan Cortez is a duplicate of the mentioned Cossack Ataman: Is Castilia actually refering to the dynasty ruling around the river Itil?
After dealing with the khanate of Sibir, they continued eastwards and conquered the territory of the Pegaia Orda: Was it a remnant of the former world-empire of whom some people could flee to Manchuria & later found Peking?
Besides being a possible source for the name of the mentioned city, also the following toponyms might derive from it:
- Pakistan, wherefrom a fled Mo(n)gol Dynasty conquered India, which might fit if we take a chronological shift into account
- Pegu, written as "Пегу" in Russian, also found as "Пегя" on old maps, is easy to confuse with "Peru", home of the Incas
The realm of the Sapa Inca bordered Araucana, while Arakan is next to Pegu: Did the history of "Peru" & "Mexico" get duplicated & transposed to America?
The ruins between Teotihuacan & Tiahuanaco suggest very advanced civilizations, even the construction of recent examples as Tenochtitlan & Sacsayhuaman required technology the known American Indians didn't posses: Who really built those structures?
A world-empire that once encompassed all those areas with advanced architecture isn't only mentioned by the New Chronology, also World-Systems Analysis suggests it: Did the seceding Rimland of Tartary falsify history to mask the existence of a world-empire, which the Axis Powers might have tried to restore?