The Greek word "paradox means "unexpected, strange, from the point of view of history, this is an unexpected, unusual, divergent statement from the traditional point of view, which is confirmed by proven scientific research and is applicable to various historical incidents (cases). Various facts, events and processes are investigated on the basis of historical sources that provide scientific data.
In Medina, where there was a strong Jewish community, Muhammad and his followers found more favorable conditions for the spread of the new teaching. First of all, there were many people among the residents of Medina who had a dislike for the Meccan nobility. This hostility to the Quraysh elite is obviously explained by the latter’s desire to establish its dominance over Medina. In addition, according to legend, Amina, the mother of Muhammad, was from Medina, and if so, it can be assumed that there were relatives of the prophet in this city who helped him in his preaching activities. In Medina, the Hanifs, who had previously been expelled from Mecca for their political and religious beliefs, joined Muhammad. Gradually, the number of Muhammad’s supporters in Medina increased, and he led the opposition movement to Mecca.
It was a political and religious compromise. The noble Meccans and nobles did not suffer at all from him. On the contrary, they have managed to extract significant benefits from it. They quickly realized that the transformation of Mecca into the center of a new, rising religion and the increasingly widespread belief in Allah did not infringe on their interests. Moreover, the Meccans, by virtue of an agreement with the Medinans, could now count on an increase in their income. In the city, whose political prestige had increased, better conditions were created for the expansion of trade and crafts. In addition, the city nobility could count on a share of the spoils of war, which would be delivered by the army of the «prophet» during the implementation of aggressive campaigns.
Adolf Hitler (he never bore his father’s surname Schicklgruber) was born on April 20, 1889 in the small town of Braunau on the Inn River, on the border of Austria and Germany. His parents were 52-year-old Austrian customs officer Alois Schicklgruber and 20-year-old peasant Clara Pelzl. Both branches of his family came from Waldviertel (Lower Austria), a remote area where small peasant communities were engaged in labor. The gravestone from the grave of Hitler’s parents was removed in Austria in Braunau in 2012, as this place has recently increasingly become an object of pilgrimage for neo-Nazis and their sympathizers, the German news agency DPA reports.
It is said to be the most mysterious excavation site in the territory of the Russian Federation, and as with many archaeological discoveries, many conflicting interpretations have been put forward. To attract publicity, the early researchers described Arkaim as «Swastika City», «Mandala City», and «the ancient capital of the early Aryan civilization, as in the Avesta and Vedas». The swastika description refers to the floor plan of the terrain, which (with some imagination) appear similar to the swastika symbol, albeit with rounded arms attached to a central ring instead of a transverse one.
What do these and many other facts say? They say that the cross as a religious symbol, a sign has been known to almost all peoples since the earliest times of their history. The culprits turned out to be two ordinary sticks, with the help of which primitive man learned to make fire. It was such a discovery that it is difficult for us, the people of our time, to understand and appreciate. After all, for a long time man lived and wandered without fire. Then, when people borrowed fire from nature itself, they carefully protected it. At the sites of primitive man, archaeologists find traces of bonfires with a thick layer of ash — up to 7—10 meters. This means that people have been keeping the fire in the cave for several human generations. The first tribal wars must have been over fire.