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Very similar pandemic to Covid-19 evidence has been documented in Bagdad into the years 462H, coinciding in the same year with the earthquakes into Egypt and Jerusalem, and the Battle of Manzikert. The illness appears to be known previously, having killed royalty members in the fourth century, but through the year 462H (1070 AC) has killed around 70 thousands of people in one single week in the city of Bagdad. It has extended from Bagdad to Mosul, Damascus and Basra and the region. Entire families died, and their homes have been closed into them, several streets all their habitats die, and has been closed entirely. Several city areas, villages disappear entirely. The sickness propagated into humans, horses, and doves, was known as respiratory difficulty, fever, general weakness and die into 5 to 7 days, but there’s no evidence founded regarding skin redness as known today with Covid-19. Doctors weren’t able to explain it, didn’t respond to hot either cold, they didn’t control it, neither eradicated unless by confining the population.
Finally, the conclusion is to decline the Asiatic origin of the sickness, as may came with the Islamic armies from India, as no coincidence founded. Then, in that same year, several apocalyptic things have been documented. The Earthquake in Egypt and Jerusalem, followed by a big tsunami, situated in the red sea, where the sea had retracted several kilometres and the people went to pick up fish and got surprised by the water coming back above them. Then several astronomic abnormalities have been documented, such as the appearance of big light in the sky, which shown as touching the earth during a couple of days, accompanied by big sonances.