Alexander the Great is today the greatest warrior figure in the warfare historiography of Western civilization. Every supreme military excellence is attributed or connected to him as the greatest military general ever.
Unfortunately all these surefooted stories and information we have on Alexander the Great are not really as surefooted as they might appear to be as we see them in the lengthy and scholarly entries we see in Western encyclopedias.
The point here is that even though Western scholarship encyclopedias in the libraries and textbooks in the universities are full to the brim with scholarly and academic information and data on Alexander the Great, the fact still remains that almost everything that is known about Alexander the Great is fiction and all basically boils down to just a couple of paragraphs gleaned from ancient sources that were not even talking about Alexander the Great at all.
You see, this is the problem with Western scholarship, namely, that entire mountain ranges can be made out of miniscule moles that have no any basis whatsoever in reality.
From just a few collection of passing references to a vague and inconsistent figure from imprecise ancient sources modern Western scholarship have been able to build up an entire world library of tomes discussing in exquisite details the life, times and achievements of Alexander the Great. But the truth of the matter is that there is no any basis whatever in these details on the life, times and so-called achievements of Alexander the Great.
We may start by noting the fact that only a rather casual glance is necessary at the conventional story of Alexander the Great for one to immediately start noticing that the story is not well articulated and that there are irreconcilable problems with the construct and essence of the story of Alexander the Great.
All, yes all, research workers who have dwelt on the story of Alexander the Greater have inevitably noticed that something is fundamentally wrong with the story of Alexander the Great.
It is so easy to immediately notice that a 25 years old child could not have readily risen to become the greatest world general in the very circumstances and situations in which the story of Alexander the Great is told.
Then of course there s also the very complex issue of the fact that the Macedonian, the Hellenic and the Greek worlds were really not the way we are told they are in the days of Alexander the Great. In other worlds the Macedonian and Greek world in which we are told that Alexander the Great lived or flourished did not really exist in the days of Alexander the Great, that is, if Alexander the Great actually lived in those very days at all.
Aristotle was also never a teacher or mentor to Alexander the Great. In fact this is the easily most glaring fallacy in the conventional story of Alexander the Great – that there was really never any connection or interaction whatever between Alexander the Great and Aristotle.
We shall discuss all these fallacies, and many more, in the following sections of this work to demonstrate the fact that there was never a true Alexander the Great to lay the foundations of Western civilization in the first place as we are being told today by Western scholarship.
What investigations are cumulatively proving, instead, is that the personality we see today as Alexander the Great is actually a composite figure formed by the mashing together of various prehistory and historic mythologies and folklores into the formation of an eponymous paterfamilias which was needed to form a foundation for the fictitious emergence of a Western civilization on the eve of Antiquity at the beginning of this historical era.
Alexander the Great, as we know him today, never existed. He was invented by European historians in order to find a foundation figure upon whom to build their fictitious emergence of Western civilization to world dominance.
The truth, however, remains that there were a lot of stories of Alexander the Great like personalities in the ancient world and some, of not many of these, stories could be true and be based on true-to-life stories of real figures who lived, flourished and died in the prehistoric eras.
In fact it is these ancient, prehistoric stories of different and various types of Alexander the Great figures that were later on compiled into a single one and made to appear to us today as if Alexander the Great was a single individual.
As we shall discuss and demonstrate in great details in the following sections of this work, before the rise of Western civilization there were great prehistoric figures far greater than Alexander the Great and it is the stories of these many great historic figures, almost all lost to history today, that were merged into the composite Alexander the Great we see portrayed by Western scholarship today.
But then we need to mark the fact that the original Alexander the Greats, from whom today’s fictitious Alexander the Great was invented, were all never Greeks, Macedonians or even Europeans at all.
Before the rise of Western civilization the centre or headquarters of culture and civilization were not in Europe, they were in other parts of the world most especially including Africa.
Africa used to be the centre of world culture and civilization for so long in past during the proto-prehistoric and historic eras.
So, the original Alexander the Greats were actually Black African Negroes.
But then the Alexander the Greats were also members of a race that have some slight variations from the normal Homo sapiens as we see ourselves the Homo sapiens today. There were a race of people, from which some of the earlier and most original Alexander the Greats originated, who were giants in stature compared to the modern Homo sapiens. They were Homo sapiens in every other regards, but they were giants in stature compare to us the modern Homo sapiens.
But more interestingly is the fact that this original race of the Alexander the Greats also had horns, two horns, on their foreheads – something completely unknown and unrelated with us the modern Homo sapiens.