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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 10:30 pm    Post subject: New Audio: Energy Wars & Jesus Money Reply with quote

Energy Wars & Jesus Money

Two Guests: Rolf Martens & Jerry Fletcher.

"The Next Level" Internet Radio Show

DSL Mp3 Audio
http://www.breakfornews.com/audio/NextLevel061121a.mp3

Dialup Mp3 Audio
http://www.breakfornews.com/audio/NextLevel061121.mp3

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REFERNECES & LINKS

Guest: Rolf Martens

Website: http://www.rolf-martens.com/




Articles:

Why is the oil price so high? (1)


Why is the oil price so high? (2)


Why is the oil price so high? (3)


Why is the oil price so high? (4)


Gold was right: Plenty of oil -Part 1

Gold was right: Plenty of oil -Part 1


On the clampdown on nuclear energy in the USA


More Chernobyl horror hoaxes


Health Effects of Low Doses of Ionizing Radiation
(Editor: S. M. Javad Mortazavi) Demonstrates important facts on this
subject which probably are still largely unknown to the general public
internationally. (Suitably small doses of radiation are not detrimental to
human health but in fact improve it.)......
http://www.angelfire.com/mo/radioadaptive/


Guest: Jerry Fletcher


Fool's Gold

Jerry Fletcher: I've recently been delving pretty deeply into the
functioning of the global commercial system and it's relationship to
international law and politics.

This study has completely transformed the way I look at 'currency
meltdown' propaganda like the article in Continuity's post. Predictable
articles like this perpetuate the average citizens misconceptions about
'money', while distracting from the midterm 'election' op with the usual
fears of economic armageddon and marshall law.

From what I have learned so far, it appears any relationship between the
value of a Federal Reserve Note and the 'price' of gold is an elaborate
use designed to support a false understanding of money. This misconception
is culturally reinforced by the state mandated 'education' of the citizenry
of the largest free market democracies. This misunderstanding is crucial
to the progress of what we lovingly refer to as the 'NWO Agenda'.....

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=9428#9428





History: Fiction or Science?
http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1081


Fomenko on Google Video

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3446119914735919347&q=tampered+with+history&hl=en

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8709711894449216572&q=history+fiction+or+science&hl=en


Fomenko's book Sample Pages
http://www.breakfornews.com/fomenko-sample.htm

Reactions to Fomenko's Treatise

When I picked up "History: Fiction or Science?" for the first time, it was out of sheer curiosity. I appreciate crackpots and crackpot conspiracy theories of all sorts - one could say that I have a private freak collection on a separate bookshelf. Therefore, this entire history revision business looked very much like it belonged there as well, so I decided to give it a go. My initial reaction was disappointment; the author sounded perfectly sane, which is simply out of order, if you ask me (a good crackpot theorist is always stark raving mad, hence the interest - never a dull moment anywhere). Then I started to read deeper into the book and, as I submerged about thirty pages deep, the remnants of my ironic grin dropped to the floor along with my jaw. The stuff actually made sense. No hysterical overtones or complex paranoid theorizing anywhere - it is certainly a scientific work written in a manner that has academia stamped all over, no doubt about it.

Check Fomenko's calculations with ANY sky mapping software, professional or amateur, you'll get his results confirmed.


Dr. Renata Scaffoldini (Padova, ITALY) - See all my reviews

According to this chronology (which we can name "Ultra High Revised Chronology"), Jesus died in 1086 AD. More or less, in this time, the Cid was fighting against the Moors in medieval Spain. Taking this theory to extreme, then Jesus/Joshua would be Rodrigo Daz alias "the Cid, the Champion Knight" (el Cid Campeador in Spanish), who took Valencia (i.e. Jericho), because he was exiled from the kingdom of Castilla (i. e. Egypt) by King Alphonse VI (i.e. the Pharaoh of Exodus)!!!. We dont have to forget that, according with Spanish medieval legends, the Cid rode after his own death and won a battle (resurrection???). Ergo Jesus/Joshua was the Cid. On chronology, I am arranged to think anything.


Another hit: Bronze Age is a total hoax, because to make bronze you need metallic tin. It is knwon for a fact that tin was discovered as late as 14 th century!


It is very difficult to digest the new version of history from Fomenko without getting allergic shock. Official timeline is accepted in the same way as gravity, and movement of the sun; many nations have developed their identity based on official history. Literally speaking chronology is in our culture, in our roots, personal identity. Someone said here that this book was written by Russian nationalist to reassure Russian national identity. May be so, but I think for Russians will be very difficult to swallow that they were actually Mongols and Tatars too. This book will turn your world upside down. Literally.


Yes, history is a PROFESSION, a MYSTERY, not a Science.

LINK


Early in life, we learn about ancient history in school. Children love the magical lessons of history - they are like real-life fairy tales. Teachers recite breathtaking stories; very soon we learn by heart the names and deeds of brave warriors, wise philosophers, fabulous pharaohs, cunning high priests and greedy scribes.

We learn of gigantic pyramids and sinister castles, kings and queens, dukes and barons, powerful heroes and beautiful ladies, emaciated saints and low-life traitors. We are caught up in tales of cruel wars, merciless Roman legions, noble knights, crusades and contests. We are thrilled by perilous sea voyages and discoveries, passions and adventures. What an exciting journey it is!

As we grow up, our love of history grows stronger too. We watch megalomaniac breathtaking Hollywood productions, read historical fiction, buy glossy expensive books about mysteries, admire archaeological finds, go to museums, and travel to Egypt , Rome , Greece and China . Yes, now we understand it all so much better, the universal history of humanity, and the rise and fall of civilizations. The history of humanity began so very-very long ago. Per ternia ad astra!

There is too much fantasy to be found in history.

http://www.bookmasters.com/marktplc/01098.htm


As soon as you dig for proof slightly deeper than the school textbook, the adamant grounds for the totally and utterly dominant point of view suddenly evaporate. The whole world community of professional historians will not be able to come with up irrefutable documentary proof that Julius Caesar ever existed, be it on paper, papyri, parchment or stone. Same story for all great names of Antiquity. The proof is unavailable!

At present the c14 dating procedure runs as follows: archaeologist sends an artefact to a radiocarbon dating laboratory with his idea of the age of the object. Laboratory complies and makes required radio dating, confirming the date suggested by archaeologist. Everybody’s happy: lab makes money by making an expensive test, archaeologist by reaping the laurels for his earth shattering discovery. The in-built low precision of this method allows cooking scientifically looking results desired by the customer archaeologist. General public doesn’t realize that it was duped again.

http://www.bookmasters.com/marktplc/01098.htm




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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 10:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great audio, surprised me that Jerry was going to speak, its good to put a voice to the person.

Rolf Martens certainly knows his business, hope you get him on again sometime.

Jerry, the part where you talked about being born into property of the state reminded me of what Jordan Maxwell has been saying.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 12:30 pm    Post subject: The reason why nuclear energy has been suppressed. Reply with quote

Most people of my generation (I am 31) don't remember the promises of energy "too cheap to meter". If the the USA had built fast-neutron Breeder Reactors in the 1950's then we would not have to pay for energy at all. The fact that people pay for energy today shows that we are over taxed. Breeder Reactor technology exists only in the top-secret world of the USA's and USSR's secret nuclear aerospace propulsion programs. In fact the UFO's that most people have seen are in reality aerospace craft from these programs. I have been researching these programs by reading the declassified documents on the subject. Both the U2 and SR-71 are nuclear powered. Since the 1970's the USA has been deploying nuclear-pumped lasers in low Earth orbit. In fact it is most likely the case that the USA has deployed a nuclear laser cannon in space that could wipe cities off the face of the map with a flip of a switch instantly. The USA developed single reactor cores capable of producing tera-watts of power in the 1960's.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 2:51 pm    Post subject: Interesting Connections Reply with quote

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War on terror could last 30 years: report

November 21, 2006 12:00 - Article from: Agence France-Presse

THE fight against terrorism could last 30 years or more, according to a report published by a British think tank that specialises in international security. "There is every prospect of the 'war on terror' extending for 30 years or more," said the report by the Oxford Research Group.

http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,20794524-5006506,00.html

So who is this Oxford Research Group?

The trail runs from the now totally discredited Iraq Body Count website,
all the way through the nuclear issue and right into NATO.

Some confirmation Rolf Martens is on the money asserting
that the Anti-Nuke movement is a CIA Fake campaign.

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John Sloboda took up his appointment as Executive Director of Oxford Research Group in January 2004. He is a founding member of Keele's Alternative Globalisations Research Network and the Network of Activist Scholars of Politics and International Relations (Naspir), and is currently researching the psychological factors underlying the recent massive growth of the global anti-war movement..... Most recently, he co-founded and manages the website www.iraqbodycount.net which quickly became a key source of information about civilian casualties for the media and NGOs worldwide during the Iraq war and its aftermath.


Frank Barnaby is Nuclear Issues Consultant to Oxford Research Group, and has been on ORG's Council of Advisers since its inception. He is a nuclear physicist by training and worked at the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, Aldermaston between1951-57.


Gabrielle Rifkind is Human Security Consultant to Oxford Research Group and Director of the Oxford Process.... She is currently working with NATO on organising a workshop to examine the links between the military and the human security agenda.


Janet Bloomfield is UK Security Policy Consultant to Oxford Research Group. She is also the British Coordinator of the Atomic Mirror, a small non-profit programme that uses the arts to raise awareness of nuclear issues. She has been active in the anti-nuclear movement since 1981 and from 1993-1996 she was Chair of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). She currently serves as an honorary Vice-President of CND. She also serves as Clerk of the Peace and Disarmament Programme of Quaker Peace and Social Witness in the UK.

http://www.oxfordresearchgroup.org.uk/aboutus/staff.htm
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 21, 2006 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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"History is Bunk" ~ abbreviated remark of Henry Ford


What Ford said, in context:
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"History is more or less bunk. It's tradition. We don't want tradition. We want to live in the present, and the only history that is worth a tinker's damn is the history that we make today." (Chicago Tribune, 1916).


Great interview, Jerry.

It's a well known maxim that "History belongs to the victors". Insightful people have taken that as the explaination for noticing that every new generation is taught a slightly to radically different version of history. We know that the history we were taught emphasizes different events than the history our grandfathers were taught, and many of them were aware that they'd been taught a different history or different conclusions than their grandfathers.

Those who've recognized the morphing of history to suit the whomever is the PTB today have heretofore assumed a series of 'victors' emphasizing what's useful to them.

But what if the 'victors' morphing history to suit their present agendas haven't been such 'different' victors, but merely different players serving the same long term agenda all along?
That would change the context of shifts in emphasis and conclusions of history generationally speaking from a struggle to co-opt history randomly as 'new' victors emerge, motivated to impose their 'new' ideologies.
What it could suggest, is that there's been an agenda which has never changed. What changes is the paradigm sold to each generation, and that necessitates a new version of history to suit the next paradigm.


I'll leave this thought at that, just to hear any feedback you may have on this possibility, and how it would frame the context of the continual "upgradging" of history.

I'll ad just a quick example of how the history of Christianity might look through that lens.
Obviously the 'teachings of Christ' or even the Apostle Paul didn't emphasize and earthly system of economics. Yet we know that historical Christianity through the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church was spread by the sword, first through the Crusades - ostensibly what really happened was the spread of the banking system by the Knights Templar. Followed by the Normans spreading that same combo--Church and Cheque--by the sword.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 4:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Over one hundred years ago in the published "Protocols of Zion" the design to control humanity was described.

Your guests are hardly introducing new insights.

Many are in jail throughout Europe for challenging historical orthodoxy.

Your guests and Fintan are as free as birds. Hmmmmmm!

At the centre of this scam is the "H*l^c!*s#" hoax but at this forum the thought police only allow discussion of obvious lies but fail to uncover the
critical allusions that control the public perception.

Why is this so?
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Great interview, Jerry.


Thanks Ormond. It was certainly sort of an impromptu interview, so I hope I didn't mangle the facts too badly. I sounded a little less like a lunatic than I expected, so hopefully that was a passable starting point for a more thorough and cogent report later. Fun though!

Welcome back, BTW. I'm glad you're not in Gitmo after all. Wink

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That would change the context of shifts in emphasis and conclusions of history generationally speaking from a struggle to co-opt history randomly as 'new' victors emerge, motivated to impose their 'new' ideologies.
What it could suggest, is that there's been an agenda which has never changed. What changes is the paradigm sold to each generation, and that necessitates a new version of history to suit the next paradigm


I think that's a good point and historical 'updates' have certainly been used repeatedly to justify the legitimacy of pre-renaissance 'monarch de jures'.

What's interesting about this particular historical framing is that it occurred as nomadic cultures were shifting to agricultural practices, bringing concepts like land 'ownership', surplus, and trade to the forefront of cultural relations. Simultaneously, the development of mass produced information media - namely the printing press, provided the possibility of homogenizing the social and historical 'attitudes' of radically different cultures.

By reinforcing the 'monarchical' structure of all 'ancient' cultures, these pyramidical power structures appear to be inevitable results of man's 'natural' tendency toward empire building. After a few generations of this conditioning, these institutions become a reality that appears to have always been.

It also appears that combination of media 'messages', and state mandated education of the individual proved to be an extremely powerful tool of imperial control, rooting itself deeper into a societies culture with each new generation.

The pen may be mightier than the sword, but they both got a good butt kicking from the printing press.
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At the centre of this scam is the "H*l^c!*s#" hoax but at this forum the thought police only allow discussion of obvious lies but fail to uncover the
critical allusions that control the public perception.

Why is this so?


The reason is because F&#c Y80.
(My reason for using Hcaust instead of the correct spelling has been to keep the batwing count down on Google.
My reason for doing that is evident, here and my other places:
http://www.pointlesswasteoftime.com/911truth.html


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dilbert-g, you are very selective in your arguement.

Loose Change is hardly an example of serious research.

It's almost as flawed as the 9-11 commission investigation.

It is very useful to distract and discredit the very real unanswered
questions surrounding the 9-11 event.

Perhaps you can explain the Silverstein confession regards WTC 7.

Perhaps you can rationalise the behaviour of Bush at Booker elementary school.

Perhaps you can explain the planned invasion of Afghanistan and the Patriot Act ready for the critical moment.

You suggest the media would expose lies to the public but just contemplate the "money" dellusion of our age or the "oil crisis" scam that has filched humanity for generations.

Do journalists, acedemics and polititians deliberately lie or is the political reality far more complex. subtle and clever.

Can you name one single verified victim of "gassing" at Auschwitz?

The Treblinka mass graves do not exist. Science has verified this fact.

The Russian authorities have admited their "gas chambers" exhibits were constructed after the war as propaganda strategies.

Large numbers of the "eye witness" accounts have been shown to be frauds including some very widely published literary frauds.

Historians who speak about the facts are jailed.

The frauds are championed. How strange!

The public appear to not even notice. They cannot distinguish between truth and propaganda.

Without free speech all investigation is flawed and corrupt.

That is my point.

If we wish to understand the complexity of information, truth and the power of mind control then there is no better subject to analyse than the Auschwitz ledgends.

So why does Fintane avoid the best scam of all if he is genuine.

Without freedom of speech this question cannot be resolved.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On Fomenko, from:

http://www.skepticreport.com/mystics/fomenko.htm
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The American presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy were both concerned with civil rights and had wives who lost children both during and after their terms in the White House. Both presidents were succeeded by Southerners named Johnson from towns that were 15 minutes from Johnson City in Tennessee, and both successors left the presidency in disgrace.

Lincoln was shot in the Ford theatre and Kennedy was shot in a Ford Lincoln. Both were shot in the head by a southerner on a Friday while sitting next to their wives. Both assassins were assassinated before the trials, and one of them ran from a theatre and was caught in a warehouse, while the other ran from a warehouse and was caught in a theatre.

These facts force us to the inevitable conclusion that Lincoln was a fictive copy of Kennedy!


I'm all for sacrificing sacred cows if new evidence arises, but Fomenko's attempt to reduce history to mathematics is bizarre, and strikes me as junk science. His statistical analsis of history is inventive, and might one day be shown to be another very useful tool in the historian's toolbox, but Fomenko uses it in such a forced an isolated way, I'm far from convinced by his arguments.

And as another poster commented, those ads on google for his book are weird. In fact, fucking creepy, almost cultish. If Alex Jones' name was attached to them, half the people on this forum would be screaming 'obvious propaganda!'.

He's using very similar tactics than the Creationists to demonstrate that the dinosaurs and humans lived at the same time, compressing geological history to 4000 years. It's starting with a conclusion and making every effort to make the data fit.

In our zeal to stand up to the PTB, let's not counter their bullshit with more bullshit, people. There's 2 kinds of non-conformity: independant thinking that sees beyond blind groupthink, and blind teenage rebelliousness. This strikes me as much more of the second kind than the first.

You can't fight propaganda with your own narcissism.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 4:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Yes, history is a PROFESSION, a MYSTERY, not a Science. ~ Jerry


It's advisable to take history as a set of "possibilities", based on disputable 'data', with a high probability of spin depending on the vested interests and subjective beliefs of the historians--and one must always look at whom they studied with, whom they were affiliated with, and who published their version and not somebody else's.

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I'm all for sacrificing sacred cows if new evidence arises, but Fomenko's attempt to reduce history to mathematics is bizarre, and strikes me as junk science.


Obviously, the past is wide open to any manner of 'deconstruction'. "History shows" that most if not all academic premises for presenting 'new' historical versions of what really happened are built around a foregone conclusion of the historian. So it can't be a natural science. More of a pseudo-science at best--like macro-economics, and statistics. I'm sure some will disagree with what I've just said here, but my own premise is that we can't ultimately write conclusions on broad historical events because everyone who was there is dead--and even if they weren't, they would have only seen a piece of the puzzle through their direct experience anyway.

Fomenko's approach is fascinating, though. It does cause some interesting questions to pop up when reading his notions--and some of those questions may be things he didn't intend.

Bottom line is, questioning history is ALWAYS a good pursuit.

In my own 'final analysis', though, I'm going to go with what Ford said:

Quote:
"History is more or less bunk. It's tradition. We don't want tradition. We want to live in the present, and the only history that is worth a tinker's damn is the history that we make today."


What I think he meant was, letting historical analysis influence decisions we face now is probably a wrong motion. Obviously the "past is prologue" maxim is strict 'linear thinking'. Result: looking too much to the past for solutions in the present can cancel out the simple direct solutions that may be in front of our noses.
I like Fomenko's wild departure from the conventional premises of history.

The intriquing thing about Jerry's discussion in this topic is that it may be possible to see certain threads of consitancy running through it---and most of that's deliberately hidden.

My own question is, has history been controlled all along, even written in advance by those who are inside the planning of world direction? That's a valid question considering certain things we've learned during the last century. The most major changes and events of the 20th century weren't just 'predicted', we have compelling evidence that they were planned.
If that's an acceptable supposition, next question is, how long has that been going on?

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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He's using very similar tactics than the Creationists to demonstrate that the dinosaurs and humans lived at the same time, compressing geological history to 4000 years. It's starting with a conclusion and making every effort to make the data fit. ~ urbanspaceman


I simply must acknowledge your skepicism on Fomenko's book. But I'm not taking his conclusions as by any means proven. I don't think Jerry or Fintan are either.

What Fomenko's done could well have been intended as yet another psyop to confound and blow a lot of minds, since I think it's clear that there really is a plethora of mad theoretical 'everything you know is wrong' clusterbombs dropped on the internet as part of the 'dumbing down' agenda.

But all psyops must have some truth in them...something that intelligent people always suspected in the back of their minds but accepted.
What an intentional psyop does is exploit a valid question on the tips of people's tongues that could lead to exposure of REAL hidden truth, in order to co-op the valid question and spin it into outer space like a frisbie so that anyone who asks that question again will be labeled a 'kook'.

What I see as the valid premise--an assumption based on a question we've all almost asked ourselves at times studying history--the'emperor wears no clothes' question:
"Isn't history really just written up to suit the PTB?"

It's the kind of question one asks early...maybe at 7 or 8, but is told "you're an idiot. Say that again and you'll end up being held back or sent to 'special' school. So you shut up and accept everything for a few years.
Eventually we realized that it's true---history is flawed. By college we can begin to see spots where it's obviously skewed and/or arbitrary.

Fomenko's begun with the notion that history is tailored and fictionalized to make it fit as a taken for granted pre-supposition. From there, he's free to assume that if the purpose of history is 'reality and culture creation' instead of recording the past accurately, then it will also be foreshortened or lenghtened to suit as well.

Fomenko hasn't proven to me that what follows from these premises is accurate or correct. I mean, give a staff of very serious free thinking scholars at least 20 years to do the research to really debunk the ancient history we have, and prove he's on target with his datelines.

But what I see as valid are the pre-suppositions:

1. The history that becomes published and 'official' is that which is tailored to fit the paradigm the PTB like and want reinforced.

2. History timelines are squeezed and streched to suit.

As an artist, I learned early that a lot of art professors and artists backdate work. It's considered unethical, and you can be blacklisted for getting caught. But I know of many cases that have been caught.
Why do they do it? To make themselves look much brighter and better than they are. If I've done a painting this year with all I've learned and know about art trends now, and I backdate it to 1970, it might impress.
"wow, he was ahead of his time, a real undiscovered innovator".

When I first viewed the video link, I found accepting Fomenko's rollforward of ancient history to the post first millenium times very hard to swallow.
I won't 'buy it'--but my point is I can't buy any version of history prior to the one my grandparents told me of the world as they'd known it in their own times before me. So anything before 1900 could -- as far as I know --be more greatly exaggerated the further one goes backward, if it's been manipulated.

As we do know that history is modified more or less for each generation, if that's been doing on deliberately according to a formula of how much time must elapse before the time of the living before you can go freakin' wild and say WTF you want, the that would be the science. For while a science of knowing true history isn't feasible, a science of history fabrication sure could be as much a science as principles of advertising is.

Another thing is that at first it's hard to imagine 'Ancient Rome' Existing in the early qutrocento. But keep in mind that Fomenko didn't say people just crawled out of caves in 1000AD. Obviously there was a civilization going on for millenia prior to then. My personal suspicion clashes with Fomenko's to the extent that I never did think buy that the first 'civilization' was Sumer. The Sumerians and 'civilization' seems to have just popped out of thin air with fully developed astronomy--and the same olf exploiting artificial economic system we're still dealing with now that fucks everything up that it touches.

What he's proposed is that whatever that history is was completely censored out and what we've been given has been the PTB 'preferred' history. ie, propaganda.
What would they have been wanting to hide?
(personal speculation)
That there was another natural form of human living the pre-dates banking and artificial power economy. And whatever that was, I imagine it was probably around for tens of thousands of years. Everything I've intuitively felt since childhood has been that the civilization we live in is an abomination. Because only the shit-heads float to the top. The sociopaths.
I believe the human species has been co-opted by a minorty of abberant gene-bearers. But that's just my personal, subjective perception of it.
(end personal disclaimer).

That's got a ring of truth to it. What I'm willing to buy is this:
If a completely new system came to dominance in the world in a global way around 1000 years ago, I can believe they would have the perfect motive to wipe the slate and start the world off at the "Year Zero". Since the world was full of too many witnesses, they did this gradually over several generations, and back dated their "Year Zero" to "A.D" a thousand years earlier. It's a no-brainer that making your new Thousand Year Reich "Ancient" and "this is how it's been since the dawn of MAN" is the key to how ANY culture validates itself. ie, 'IT ALL COMES FROM GOD" (so pay no attention to that little old man behind the curtain....)


How much of history is just a bunch of fiction, I think, is open for a helluva lot more study than presented by one author in one book, but maybe some young historians should devote their careers to finding out more about it.

Oh, and any reading this who are thinking of doing so, a bit of good advice.

Don't take any Carnegie or Rockefeller foundation money!

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