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Inhaltsverzeichnis (verbergen)

  1. 1. Zeitspur der Erdentwicklung
  2. 2. Vom Weltbeginn bis nach Mitteldeutschland (Chronologie)
  3. 3. Geschichtliche Zyklen – Von der Gewaltherrschaft zur Macht der Liebe
  4. 4. Christoph Kolumbus – Schlächter und Kolonisator der Neuen Welt
  5. 5. Zitate zum Thema Geschichte / History
    1. 5.1 Zitate allgemein
    2. 5.2 Zitate von Lloyd deMause
    3. 5.3 General quotes
    4. 5.4 Quotes by David R. Hawkins
  6. 6. Englische Texte – English section on History
    1. 6.1 Endings of history, physics, science, economics, work, money, law, gender relations, demographics
    2. 6.2 Historic cycles – From the love of domination to the power of love – Anodea Judith
    3. 6.3 Macrohistoric timetable of evolution: Goddess ⇔ Alphabet ♦ Images ⇔ Writing ♦ Right ⇔ left brain hemispheres
    4. 6.4 Pre-eminent number 25920 and its subdivided perfect numbers
    5. 6.5 Shifting the cultural zeitgeist in Western societies
    6. 6.6  Hidden history of the undercover rulers of the western civilization and the world
    7. 6.7 Rise and fall of empires along the seven Cosmic Days
  7. 7. Links zum Thema Geschichte / History
    1. 7.1 Literatur
    2. 7.2 Literature (engl.)
    3. 7.3 Externe Weblinks
    4. 7.4 External web links (engl.)
    5. 7.5 Audio- und Videolinks
    6. 7.6 Audio- und Videolinks – Daniele Ganser
    7. 7.7 Audio and video links (engl.)
    8. 7.8 Audio and video links (engl.) – Alison Weir
    9. 7.9 Audio and video links (engl.) – Graham Hancock
    10. 7.10 Audio and video links (engl.) – Tony Kilvert
    11. 7.11 Audio and video links (engl.) – Semir Osmanagich
    12. 7.12 Interne Links

 

Die Geschichte der Menschheit, 9 Tafeln, 1886
Gustave Moreau (1826-1898) französischer Maler

Geschichte ist die Lüge,
auf die man sich geeinigt hat.

Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet] (1694-1778) französischer Schriftsteller der europäischen Aufklärung, Historiker, Philosoph


 

Zeitspur der Erdentwicklung

Die Entstehung der Erde umfasst eine Zeitspanne
von 4,6 Billionen Jahren.
༺༻Ungefähre ZeitangabeEntstehung vonBemerkung
1.4 Billionen JahreEinfache ZelleProkaryoten
Asexuelle Selbstvermehrung
2.3 Billionen JahreCyanobakterienErmöglichung von Photosynthese
3.2 Billionen JahreKomplexe ZellenEukaryoten – Mitosis
Vermehrung durch Zellteilung
4.1 Billionen JahreVielzellige LebensformenGeschlechtliche Vermehrung
5.600 Millionen JahreEinfache Tiere 
6.570 Millionen JahreArthropodenVorfahren der Insekten,
Arachniden und Schalentiere
7.550 Millionen JahreKomplexe Tiere 
8.500 Millionen JahreFische und Uramphibien 
9.475 Millionen JahreLandpflanzen 
10.400 Millionen JahreInsekten und Saatgut 
11.360 Millionen JahreAmphibien 
12.300 Millionen JahreReptilien 
13.200 Millionen JahreSäugetiere 
14.150 Millionen JahreVögel 
15.130 Millionen JahreBlumen 
16.Vor 66 Millionen JahrenNichtvogelartige DinosaurierAussterben der Spezies
17.20 Millionen JahreFamilie der HominidenMenschenaffen
18.2,5 Millionen JahreGattung HomoMenschliche Vorfahren
19.200.000 JahreMenschenAnatomisch moderne Menschen
20.25.000 JahreNeanderthalerAussterben der Spezies
21.Vor 13.000 JahrenHomo floresiensisVerschwinden der Spezies von Fossilberichten
Reference: ► en.Wikipedia entry Timeline of evolution

Vom Weltbeginn bis nach Mitteldeutschland (Chronologie)

Chronologie der Schöpfung – 20 Milliarden Jahre Geschichte
Zeitraum
(vor ... Jahren)
EntwicklungsgeschehenWendezeit
20 Milliarden JahreEntstehung des hiesigen UniversumsSchöpfung
5-10 Milliarden JahreEntstehung von Protogalaxien 
5 Milliarden JahreEntstehung der hiesigen Galaxie 
4,6 Milliarden JahreEntstehung des hiesigen Sonnensystems 
4,5 Milliarden JahreAbkühlung der Gesteinsbrocken, aus denen sich die Erde formte 
3,6 Milliarden JahreErste einfache Lebensformen in warmen Flachmeeren (Kontinente sind über die Erde verteilt.) 
470 Millionen JahreErste Wirbeltiere 
400 Millionen JahreErste Landpflanzen 
370 Millionen JahreErste Landwirbeltiere 
360 Millionen JahreReiches Pflanzenwachstum auf Nordhalbkugel und am Äquator (Kohle) 
230 Millionen JahreErste Dinosaurier 
225 Millionen JahrePangäa: Der Urkontinent existiert als zusammenhängende Landmasse 
180 Millionen JahreZerfall des Urkontinents in die nördliche (Laurasia) und südliche (Gondwana) Landmasse 
65 Millionen JahreLaurasia und Gondwana zerbrachen in Teilstücke und drifteten auseinander. 
65 Millionen JahreAussterben der Dinosaurier 
65-1,6 Millionen JahreAufstieg der Säugetiere 
60 Millionen JahreDie Lage der Kontinente entspricht nahezu ihrer Lage 2000 n. Chr. 
2,3 Millionen JahreBeginn des Eiszeitalters in Europa (Wechsel von warmen und kalten Zeiten) 
2 Millionen JahreBeginn der Entwicklung des Menschen in Afrika, Herstellung von ersten Werkzeugen 
1,8 Millionen JahreHomo erectus (aufrecht gehender Mensch) in Afrika 
1 Millionen JahreAusbreitung des Homo erectus bis nach Europa, Beginn der Altsteinzeit in Europa 
500000 JahreAnstieg der Anzahl von Homo erectus in Mitteleuropa 
200000 JahreNeanderthaler in Europa und im Nahen Osten / Aussterben des Homo erectus in EuropaMenschwerdung
125000 JahreEnde der Älteren Altsteinzeit in Europa / Beginn der Mittleren Altsteinzeit 
100000 JahreHomo sapiens sapiens (moderner Mensch) in Afrika 
37000 JahreHomo sapiens sapiens in Europa / Beginn der Jüngeren Altsteinzeit 
35000 JahreAussterben der Neanderthaler, mögliche Mischformen des Homo sapiens sapiens 
25000 JahreDie Gesamtbevölkerung der Erde besteht aus ungefähr drei Millionen Menschen. 
15000 JahreRückzug der Gletscher in Europa 
14000 JahreEuropäische Menschen bauen Lager, produzieren neue Jagdwaffen und Fanggeräte, zähmen den Hund. 
10300 JahreEnde der letzten kalten Periode in Europa (Ende der Weichsel- und Würm-Eiszeit) 
10000 JahreDas europäische Mammut und Wollnashorn sterben aus. Dichtere Besiedelung Europas 
10000 JahreEntstehung modernerer Zivilisationen im Nahen Osten / Beginn der Mittelsteinzeit in Europa 
10000 JahreMenschen im Zweistromland und Jordanland betreiben Ackerbau (Getreideanbau) und Viehzucht. 
10000 JahreIm Zweistrom- und Jordanland bauen die Menschen Häuser und werden seßhaft. 
10000 JahreDorfgemeinden im Nahen Osten dienen zur rasanten Entwicklung der Region. 
7500 JahreDie Jäger und Sammler Europas werden Bauern, die befestigte Dörfer gründen.1. Große Wende
7500 JahreBeginn der Jungsteinzeit in Mitteleuropa 
5000 JahreIm Zweistromland wird die Keilschrift erfunden. 
5000 JahreDie Stämme Europas schließen sich zu verschiedenen Stammesverbänden zusammen. 
5000 JahreDie Urindogermanen in Südosteuropa machen Eroberungsfeldzüge in Ost und West. 
4500 JahreIndogermanen vermischen sich mit kultivierten Ureinwohnern. Neue Völkergruppen emergieren. 
4500 JahreEntstehung der Griechen, Italiker (Römer), Illyrer, Slawen, Kelten durch Vermischung 
4300 JahreEnde der Steinzeit in Mitteleuropa / Beginn der Bronzezeit 
4000 JahreDie Völker des Nord- und Ostseegebiets bilden große Stammesverbände. 
4000 JahreJäger und Bauern errichten Megalithgräber (Megalithkultur). 
4000 JahreDie Indogermanen dringen in die Nord- und Ostseegebiete ein. Die Megalithbauern bleiben Landbesitzer. 
4000 JahreVermischung der Indogermanen mit den Megalithbauern, aus denen die Urgermanen hervorgehen 
3000 JahreRuhe in Germanien, langsames Fortschreiten der Besiedlung in alle Richtungen 
3000 JahreDie Germanen besiedeln Bereiche des heutigen Mitteldeutschlands. 
2800 JahreDie Eisenzeit beginnt in Mitteleuropa. Das Klima verschlechtert sich. 
2400 JahreAuf der "Suche" nach Neuland verdrängen die Urgermanen ihre Nachbarn. 
2300 JahreDie Germanen siedeln in ganz Nord- und Mitteldeutschland sowie in weiten Küstenstrichen. 
References:
► Edutainment movie Journey of Mankind, interactive trail adapted from Out of Eden / The Real Eve, Stephen Oppenheimer, presented by bradshawfoundation.com, 2003
See also:
Macrohistoric timetable of evolution: Goddess ⇔ Alphabet ♦ Images ⇔ Writing ♦ Right ⇔ left brain hemispheres
Ten turning points in cosmic evolution made human life possible

Geschichtliche Zyklen – Von der Gewaltherrschaft zur Macht der Liebe


Erwachen des Herzens, der rechten Gehirnhälfte, der Spirale, der dynamischen Göttin
ÄraZeitrahmemChakraGottBewegungSymbolGeschichtePrinzipBewusstseinsalterBewusstseins-
rahmen
[♥]
1.Vor ?-12000 JahrenWurzelGöttinStatischKreis·[*]Ge-SchichtSchlaraffenlandBabyalterUnbewusster Himmel
2.Vor 5000 JahrenSakralGottDynamischPfeilEL-SchichtEntweder-oderKindheit
Widerstand
⚡ Unbewusste Hölle
3.Vor 2500 Jahren
Dominationsmacht
Solar plexusGottStatischKreuz·[*][♦]EL-SchichtWachse oder stirb!Jugend
Unterwerfung
⚡ Bewusste Hölle
4.Vor 250-50 Jahren
Macht der Liebe
HerzGöttinDynamischSpiraleUns-schichtSowohl-als-auchErwachsenenalter
Selbstermächtigung
Bewusst werdender Himmel
Quelle (engl.): ► Anodea Judith (*1952) US-amerikanische Psychotherapeutin, Historikerin, Mythologin, Seminarleiterin, Autorin, The Global Heart Awakens. Humanity's Rite of Passage from the Love of Power to the Power of Love, Elite Books, 30. Juni 2006, Energy Psychology Press, 1. Januar 2010, Shift Books, 2. Auflage 18. Juli 2013
Referenzen (engl.):
[♦] Archive for Jordan Maxwell Symbols, Part 6: The Solar Cross, präsentiert von The Darkness Files, ~September 2010
[♥] Ken Wilber (*1949) US-amerikanischer mystischer Philosoph, Vordenker des 3. Jahrtausends, transpersonaler Bewusstseinsforscher, Entwickler der Integralen Theorie, Autor, The Eye of Spirit, 2001
Siehe auch:
Vier-Phasen-Entwicklung in Biologie, Ökologie, Geldwesen und Wirtschaft
Unterwegs zur Würdepolitik – Vier geschichtliche Entwicklungsbögen
[*] Würfel-Kosmologie ⇔ Kugel-Kosmologie – Wallace Black Elk
Vier wesentliche historische Zeitalter – Daniel Pink

 

Wir nähern uns tatsächlich dem Ende der statischen Maskulinität ["erzogen worden sein von einem alleinerziehenden Vater, ohne eine Mutter kennengelernt zu haben"]. In den vergangenen zweitausend oder zweitausendfünfhundert Jahren befanden wir uns in dieser geschichtlichen Phase. […] Wir müssen uns hüten [das emergierende dynamische Weibliche] System zu verurteilen indem wir sagen, dass es nicht funktioniert, nur weil es jung ist […]. Wer müssen erst das Chaos [die Periode der fluktuierenden Homöostase] passieren und ein neues organisierendes Prinzip finden. Audiointerview mit Anodea Judith (*1952) US-amerikanische Psychotherapeutin, Historikerin, Mythologin, Seminarleiterin, Autorin, Humanity Moving From Adolescence To Maturity, präsentiert von dem US-amerikanischen Webradiosender New Dimensions, Gastgeberin Justine Willis-Toms, 57:00 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 25. Dezember 2013

Christoph Kolumbus – Schlächter und Kolonisator der Neuen Welt

Die  Ankunft auf der bis dahin in Europa unbekannten Insel Barbados von Christoph Kolumbus (1451-1506) am 12. Oktober 1492 wird in den Vereinigten Staaten jährlich als Kolumbus-Tag gefeiert. Als offizieller Feiertag wurde er zuerst 1892 von Präsident Benjamin Harrison ausgerufen. Seit 1934 ist er ein nationaler Feiertag. Seit den 60iger Jahren gibt es eine Bewegung, diesen fragwürdigen Nationalfeiertag zu Ehren eines rufgeschädigten Barbaren auf Indigenous Peoples Day umzubenennen.

 


Porträt des Christoph Kolumbus
Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (1483-1561) italienischer Maler

Der Eroberer, Kolonisator und Versklaver Kolumbus nannte die Ureinwohner beider Amerikas "Indianer", da er irrtümlich teilweise glaubte, über den Westweg Indien (in Asien) entdeckt zu haben.
Kolumbus löste eines der der größten Massensterben der Menschheit in der "Neuen Welt" aus. Zusammen mit anderen Ursachen, vor allem eingeschleppte Krankheiten und Seuchen, führte die von Kolumbus begonnene Kolonisation der Karibischen Inseln zu einer demografischen Katastrophe. Bereits 1494, nur zwei Jahre nach seiner Ankunft, waren 125,000 Menschen, die Hälfte der Ureinwohnerbevölkerung der Insel Barbados, tot. Kolumbus überwachte den dortigen Verkauf von nativen Mädchen, bevorzugt im Alter von 9-10 Jahren, in die Sexsklaverei. Im Jahr 1500 war die Sklaverei so unerträglich für die waffenlosen sanften Inselbewohner geworden, dass 100 von ihnen Massenselbstmord begingen.
Vor 1492 wohnten etwa 3 Millionen auf der Insel Hispaniola. 20 Jahre nach Ankunft der spanischen Eroberer, war ihre Zahl auf 60,000 geschrumpft. 50 Jahre später waren alle Ureinwohner Hispaniolas ausgerottet.1 1492 betrug die Bevölkerungszahl von Mexiko etwa 20 Millionen, im Jahr 1618 nur noch 1,6 Millionen.
Im 15. Jahrhundert lebten schätzungsweise 60 Millionen Ureinwohner in Nord- und Südamerika. Dezimiert um 90 Prozent, lebten Anfang 1600 noch 6 Millionen im gesamten Kontinent Amerika.
Ähnliche Statistiken gibt es für Australien und den Pazifischen Raum. Überall, wo die Europäer auftauchten, brachten sie den Tod, die Seuchen der Alten Welt, mit sich.

 

  • Der Amerikaner, der den Kolumbus zuerst entdeckte, machte eine böse Entdeckung. Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742-1799) deutscher Professor für Experimentalphysik, Mathematiker, Aphoristiker, satirischer Schriftsteller, Sudelbücher, Heft G (183), Schriften und Briefe, Band 1, S. 166, Carl Hanser Verlag, München Wien, 3. Auflage 1991

 

  • Imperialism is a disease. I call it a form of cannibalism, a wetiko psychosis. It brutalizes people. […] 
    No one claims that Marco Polo discovered China. They don't celebrate Marco Polo Day in China or Europe or Hongkong. One of the reasons for that is because the Chinese are still in possession of their own country and the Europeans didn't get a good foothold there. […] Columbus Day is part of the ritual of colonialism, it’s part of the ritual of imperialism. […] They wanted to call the United States Columbia at one time. That's where the District of Columbia [D.C.] comes from. The whole idea of calling a country Columbia [see Latin America] is a gesture to the conquest. It's a recognition and applauding the conquest – or the genocide.
    TV video compilation of 3 or 4 interviews with Jack D. Forbes, Ph.D. (1934-2011) Native American professor of anthropology and native American studies, political activist, writer, Who was Columbus? The Conquest told by a Native American, presented by American TV program For the People, SC ETV, host Listervelt Middleton, 1990-1992, YouTube film, minute 4:12 and minute minute 1:19:30 (54:08), 1:21:42 duration, posted 22. October 2015
    Columbus is a key figure as the slaver who initiated the transatlantic slave trade by taking Native Americans to Southern Europe.


 

Referenz: ► Das Bordbuch der ersten Fahrt, präsentiert von fiks.de, Norbert Fiks, Leer, PDF, MaYa-ebook, 1. Ausgabe 2002
Referenzen: de.Wikipedia-Einträge Kolonisation und ► Bordbuch des Christoph Kolumbus
Reference: ► Article The first European settlement in the New World, presented by the British website of
BBC News BBC News Online, Allan Lynch, 3. July 2017
Siehe auch: ► Würfel-Kosmologie ⇔ Kugel-Kosmologie und ► Negativität
See also: ► Wetiko – symptons of the Me-disease – Paul Levy and ► Quotes by M. Scott Peck – My Lai Massacre (case study)

Zitate zum Thema Geschichte / History

Zitate allgemein

'''Was geschehen ist, eben das wird hernach sein.
Was man getan hat, eben das tut man hernach wieder,
und es geschieht nichts Neues unter der Sonne.
Prediger Salomo (Kohelet) 1, 9 (NT)

 

Geschichtsfälschung im deutschen Schulunterricht

  • Sie können in Deutschland nicht Geschichte lehren wie sie war, ohne gefeuert zu werden. Die ganze Theorie der Schuldenpolitik wurde damals von der Wall Street entwickelt. Sehen Sie sich die deutschen Schulbücher an, und die Propaganda der Banken, Monat für Monat, Jahr für Jahr. Prof. Michael Hudson (*1939) US-amerikanischer Professor der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Historiker, Universität von Missouri-Kansas City, ehemaliger Wall Street-Analyst, Autor, zitiert in: BRD-Höchstgericht bestätigt NJ: EZB-Politik ist kriminell, präsentiert von Ganzheitliches Forum, Datum unbekannt

Das hochkriminelle verzinste Geldsystem der privaten Notenbankent trägt die Hauptschuld am Leid der Menschen.
Die Wall Street ist für die über die Deutschen verhängten Lügen verantwortlich.


  • Wenn die Geschichte zum Medium unserer Gefangenschaft wurde, dann muss die Geschichte auch zum Medium unserer Befreiung werden. William Irwin Thompson (*1938) US-amerikanischer Sozialphilosoph, Kulturwissenschafter und -kritiker, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Universalhistorische gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen

Siehe auch: Der Sprung vom Nationalstaat zur Weltregierung (2. Tier), Ken Wilber über Weltentwicklung bis 2030

  • ➢ Sektoraler Wandel von der Agrar- über die Industrie- zur Wissensgesellschaft
    Globalisierung der Raumgebundenheit
    Individualisierung und gleichzeitig die Universalisierung kultureller Identität
    Ablösung der kulturellen Integration durch soziale Integration auf der Grundlage von Bildung
    ➢ Emanzipation aus der territorial gebundenen politischen und bürgerlichen Gesellschaft in die globale (Zivil-)Gesellschaft
Dr. Christoph Zöpel (*1943) deutscher Politiker (SPD), Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, Philosoph, Jurist, Politik mit 9 Milliarden Menschen in Einer Weltgesellschaft. Eine Orientierung in Worten und Zahlen, Vorwärtsbuch, S. 245, 635 S., Berlin, 2008

 


Geldscheine
  • Wir entwickeln eine neue Kultur. Kultur ereignet sich, wenn Ideologie [ein Gebilde aus Doktrinen] und die Zivilisation kollidieren.
    Wir haben uns im Rahmen politischer Kriege [einschließlich der Ideologien Monarchie, Faschismus, Kommunismus und freiheitliche Demokratie] organisiert. Und die freiheitliche Demokratie hat sich bereits durchgesetzt. Watts Wacker, US-amerikanischer Trendforscher, Watts Wacker: Internationally Acclaimed Mind Reading Comedian, YouTube Film, Minute 2:40, 6:24 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 16. Oktober 2009

 

  • Von den angeblichen Gesetzmäßigkeiten der Geschichte, die im Laufe der letzten zweihundert Jahre angeboten wurden, sind nur die trivialsten unbezweifelbar richtig: dass
    ➢ die Weltbevölkerung unaufhaltsam wächst,
    ➢ die Lebenserwartung langfristig steigt,
    ➢ die Verflechtung zwischen entfernten Teilen des Planeten kontinuierlich zunimmt,
    ➢ gesamtgesellschaftlicher Wohlstand am verlässlichsten durch Industrialisierung zu erreichen ist,
    ➢ jedes Imperium irgendwann einmal untergeht,
    ➢ und so fort.
    Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Osterhammel (*1952) deutscher Professor für Neuere und Neueste Geschichte, Universität Konstanz, Vergangenheiten. Über die Zeithorizonte der Geschichte, Transkript S. 2 von 22, anlässlich des 60. Geburtstages der CDU-Vorsitzenden, Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel, Konrad-Adenauer-Haus, Berlin, 17. Juli 2014

 

  • Die Weltgeschichte ist nichts anderes als die Biografie großer Männer. Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) schottischer Historiker, Lehrer im viktorianischen Großbritannien, satirischer Essayist, 1841

Zitate von Lloyd deMause

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Geschichtswissenschaft vs. Psychohistorie

 

 

General quotes

What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. Ecclesiastes 1, 9 (NT) New International Version (NIV) 1984

 

History merely repeats itself. It has all been done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new. Ecclesiastes 1, 9 (NT) New Living Translation, 2007

 

Personal avowals


Colocasia esculenta [Māori name taro], Gwangju, Korea
  • I no longer believe that most traditional historians are emotionally equipped, even with training, to use their feelings as psychohistorical research tools, although there is a whole new generation of psychohistorians just now beginning to write who are able to do so. To expect the average historian to do psychohistory is like trying to teach a blind man to be an astronomer [...]. Whenever I speak to a scholar of the emotional development necessary to make a good psychohistorian and get a blank look of total incomprehension, I try to find a way to leave the subject of psychohistory altogether. My listener usually is in another world of discourse where emotional reactions are not considered crucial to the results. Lloyd deMause psychohistory.com (*1931) US American social thinker, lay psychoanalyst, director of The Association for Psychohistory, president of the International Psychohistorical Association, editor of The Journal of Psychohistory, Foundations of Psychohistory, chapter 2, S. 100, Creative Roots Publisher, 1st edition January 1982

 

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Exposing Zionist genocide of Palestine

  • I became an "anti-semite" when I observed that Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians resembled the Union Army’s treatment, under Sherman and Sheridan, of the American Plains Indians. Wholesale genocide.
    Currently the Israel Lobby is at work destroying anyone associated with the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, which is an effort to sanction Israel for its genocide against Palestine. […]
    There is no doubt whatsoever that the Palestinians have had their country stolen. Now they, like native Indians in the US in the 19th century, have been confined to ghetto reservations. This is a simple fact. But anyone who states the fact is declared by the Israel Lobby to be an anti-semite who wants to kill all the Jews.In other words, it is Zionist Israel that is committing genocide, but if a person mentions that fact that person is accused of wanting to do to the Jews what Israel is doing to the Palestinians. Article by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts paulcraigroberts.org (*1939) US American assistant secretary of the US Treasury for Economic Policy during the Reagan administration, associate editor and columnist for The Wall Street Journal, columnist for Bloomberg Businessweek, whistleblowing blogger, Zionist Israel Hides Its Crimes Behind Its Smears of Truth-Tellers, presented by Counter Punch, 13. May 2016

 

Appeals

 

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Healing tragedy with the power of imagination

  • [H]istory must be made in the depths of the human soul. The secret hope of this world is the kind of imagination that arises from the underlying spirit of life and the hidden resiliency of the human heart. When all hope is lost and all seems headed for disaster, it is genuine imagination that is missing and needs to be found again. The deepest level of hope is based in creative imagination which tends to appear when people are willing to stay in the tension of opposing issues long enough that a surprising vision dawns and a way forward appears. Article by Michael Meade, US American storyteller, scholar of mythology, psychology, anthropology, ritualist, spokesman in the Men's Movement, author, Three Kinds of People, presented by Mosaicvoices.org, ~November 2016

 

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Problematic monotheism

  • Religion has kept civilization back for hundreds of years, and the biggest mistake in the history of civilization, is ethical monotheism, the concept of the one God. Let's get rid of it and be rational. TV interview with Peter Watson (*1943) British intellectual historian, journalist, author, presented by the Canadian broadcasting corporation CBC News, 5. May 2007

 

Conclusions

  • We now live in a nation
➢ where doctors destroy health,
➢ lawyers destroy justice,
➢ universities destroy knowledge,
➢ governments destroy freedom,
➢ the press destroys information,
religion destroys morals, and
➢ our banks destroy the economy.
Chris Hedges (*1956) US American journalist, war correspondent, specializing in American and Middle Eastern politics and societies, author, Pulitzer Prize laureate, source unknown

 


May Day
Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) British illustrator
  • We are developing a new culture. Culture is what happens when you have the collision of ideology [a body of doctrine] and civilization.
    We have organized around political war [including the ideologies monarchy, fascism, communism, and liberal democracy]. And liberal democracy has already won. Watts Wacker, US American futurist, speaker, author, Watts Wacker: Internationally Acclaimed Mind Reading Comedian, YouTube film, minute 2:40, 6:24 minutes duration, posted 16. October 2009

 

  • Those who cannot learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. George Santayana (1863-1952) Spanish US American philosopher, literature critic, poet, essayist, novelist, The Life of Reason, chapter "Reason in Common Sense", S. 284, volume 1, 1905

 

Future prospects

  • World peace, an end to poverty, an end to environmental destruction and the release of new technologies will follow shortly after the announcement of a new financial system. A long predicted golden age is about to begin. Audio message by David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author, MP3, issued 13. May 2011

 

  • The marriage between democracy and capitalism, ill-suited partners brought together in the shadow of World War Two, is coming to an end. The regulatory institutions that once restrained the financial sector's excesses have collapsed, and after the final victory of capitalism at the end of the Cold War, there is no political agency capable of rolling back the liberalization of the markets. Wolfgang Streeck (*1948) German economic sociologist, emeritus director of the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, How Will Capitalism End?, inside flap, Verso, 29. November 2016

 

  • In this century, history will almost certainly become an experimental science. Time will no longer tell. David Lewis Anderson, US American physicist, time travel researcher, source unknown

 

Insights

 

  • [The omission of women's history] has fostered illusions of grandeur in every man that are unwarranted. If you can think as a man that everything great in the world and civilization was created by men, then naturally you have to look down on women. And naturally you have to have different aspirations for your sons and for your daughters. And I don't think that's good for men either. Video TV interview with Gerda Lerner, Ph.D. (1920-2013) Austrian US American professor emeritus of history, University of Wisconsin, Madison, pioneer of women's history, teacher, author, Women and History, episode #H060, excerpted from DVD, excerpted from DVD, presented by the US American independent public television series Thinking Allowed (PBS) (1988-2002), host Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., US American director of the Intuition Network, program dean of the University of Philosophical Research, YouTube film, 7:20 minutes duration, posted 28. August 2010

 

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Sociological imagination = "quality of mind" which allows one to grasp "history and biography and the relations between the two within society"

  • Neither the life of an individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both. Charles Wright Mills (1916-1962) US American professor of sociology, Columbia University (1946-1962), author, The Sociological Imagination, chapter 3, Oxford University Press, London, 1959
  • Blood alone moves the wheels of history. Attributed to Martin Luther (1483-1546) German professor of theology, Protestant reformer, translator of the Bible, source unknown
    • Neutrals never dominate events. They always sink. Blood alone moves the wheels of history. Speech by Benito Mussolini ['Il Duce'] (1883-1945) Italian key figure in the creation of fascism, leader of the National Fascist Party, 40th prime minister of Italy (1922-1943), Parma, 13. December 1914
      • Blood, germs, and steel move the wheels of history. Jared Diamond, Ph.D. (*1937) US American professor of geography and physiology, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), anthropologist, author, transdisciplinary nonfiction book Guns, Germs, and Steel, W. W. Norton, 1997

 

  • The great events of world history are, at bottom, profoundly unimportant. In the last analysis, the essential thing is the life of the individual. This alone makes history, here alone do the great transformations first take place, and the whole future, the whole history of the world, ultimately spring as a gigantic summation from these hidden sources in individuals. In our most private and most subjective lives, we are not only the passive witnesses of our age, and its sufferers, but also its makers. We make our own epoch. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalytist, depth psychologist, author, The Symbolic Life. Miscellaneous Writings (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 18), paragraph 1400, Princeton University Press, 1. February 1977

 

  • All the most powerful ideas in history go back to archetypes. […] This is particularly true of religious ideas, but the central concepts of science, philosophy, and ethics are no exception to this rule. In their present form they are variants of archetypal ideas created by consciously applying and adapting these ideas to reality. For it is the function of consciousness, not only to recognize and assimilate the external world through the gateway of the senses, but to translate into visible reality the world within us. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalytist, founder of a new school of depth psychology, author, Michael Fordham, editor, The Structure of the Psyche (1913-1935), included in: The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche – Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 8, centerpiece On the Nature of the Psyche, Princeton University Press, 1. January 1970

 

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Energy vampirism explained

 

 

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Tipping Point of Integral consciousness:

On reaching the tipping point of 10% of the population

  • Historically, major levels of development have been separated by hundreds to thousands of years, and taken that long to emerge. As for Integral consciousness, remember that
    • it’s only been 40 years since the previous stage, the green [worldcentric] pluralistic postmodern stage, emerged. Forty years.
    • The stage prior to the pluralistic lasted 400 years earlier [Orange: Worldcentric, rational stage], and
    • the one before that, 4000 years. [Amber/blue: Sociocentric, mythic stage]
By contrast, the 40 years from the pluralistic [Green] to beginning Integral [Teal: Worldcentric to "cosmocentric," integral stage] is a lightning fast blink in evolutionary time.
That’s why it’s so important for those of us who are fortunate enough to find themselves at an Integral stage, to come together and pool our hearts, minds, souls, and talents, to spread the word about this new and remarkable emergence. Audio message by Ken Wilber (*1949) US American transpersonal philosopher, consciousness researcher, thought leader of the 3rd millennium, founder of Integral Theory, author, Are We Approaching a Cultural Tipping Point?, presented by What Next... The Future of Consciousness, Culture and Technology, 19. September 2012

 


Monolith with bull, fox, and crane in low relief
Gobekli Tepe, Urfa, Turkey

 

  • One of the great problems of history is that the concepts of love and power have usually been contrasted as opposites – polar opposites – so that love is identified with a resignation of power, and power with a denial of love. What is needed is a realization that power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Where Do We Go From Here?, 1967

 

  • This hour in history needs a dedicated circle of transformed nonconformists. Dangerous passions of pride, hatred and selfishness are enthroned in our lives; truth lies prostrate on the rugged hills of nameless Cavalries. The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1964, On Nonconformity, 1963

 

  • The falsification of history has done more to mislead humans than any single thing known to mankind. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) major Swiss French philosopher influencing the French Revolution, composer of 18th-century Romanticism, writer, source unknown

 

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Definition of history

  • History is our interpretation of past thoughts that happened to be written down or otherwise preserved. We do not really study [historical] causes, but what people at the time thought were the causes. And our aim in retrieving their thoughts is not so much to explain how things happened as to understand how they seemed to have happened. Niall Ferguson, M.A., D.Phil. (*1964) British Harvard and Oxford historian, specialised in financial and economic history, colonialism, author, source unknown

 

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Liberating impact of feminism:

Feminist/masculinist movements are liberating democracy from patriarchy.

 

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Proof of advanced civilizations over 29,000 years ago

  • Acknowledging that we are witness to fundamental proof of advanced civilizations dating back over 29,000 years and an examination of their societal structures forces the World to reconsider its understanding of the development of civilization and history. Conclusive data at the Bosnian Pyramid site revealed in 2008 and confirmed this year by several independent labs who conducted radio carbon testing dates the site at 29,400 +/-400 years minimum. Semir Osmanagić, Ph.D. [Sam Osmanagich] (*1960) Bosnian archeologist, principal investigator, founder and director of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun Foundation, owner of a metalworking company in Houston, Texas, cited in: Anthropologist Dr. Osmanagich Confirms That Recorded History is Wrong, presented by altheadlines.com, Deborah West, 6. November 2013

 

20 ancient civilizations planted pyramids around the globe starting some 50,000 years ago.

 

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US president Obama addressed seven issues of tension / goals between Islam/US/Israel/world:

Koran: "We have created you male and a female; and we have made you into nations and tribes so that you may know one another."
Talmud:
"The whole of the Torah is for the purpose of promoting peace."
Bible:
"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God."
Obama suggested to take the high road, the road less traveled.

  • Issues of tension
    1. Violent extremism in all of its forms
    2. Situation between Israelis, Palestinians and the Arab world
    3. Shared interest in the rights and responsibilities of nations on nuclear weapons
    4. Democracy. No system of government is to be imposed upon others nations.
    5. religious freedom
    6. women's rights
    7. economic development and opportunity
"All these things must be done in partnership."
Barack Obama (*1961) 44th US president, A new beginning, historical address to the Muslim world, University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt, 4. June 2009

 

 

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Poverty

  • Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded – here and there, now and then – are the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.
    This is known as "bad luck." Robert Heinlein (1907-1988) US American science fiction writer, selection of aphorisms The Notebooks of Lazarus Long, 1978

 

  • Rome lived upon its principal till ruin stared it in the face.
    Industry is the only true source of wealth, and there was no industry in Rome.
    By day the Ostia road was crowded with carts and muleteers, carrying to the great city the silks and spices of the East, the marble of Asia Minor, the timber of the Atlas, the grain of Africa and Egypt; and the carts brought out nothing but loads of dung. That was their return cargo. William Winwood Reade (1838-1875) British historian, philosopher, explorer, author, The Martyrdom of Man, 1871, University Press of the Pacific, 15. June 2004

 

  • [Paraphrased; summarized] History is really not a matter of cause and effect. History is actually a matter of challenge and response. Response is a choice to optimize what is there in the challenging moment. Arnold Toynbee (1852-1883) British economic historian, advocate for the living conditions of the working classes, lifelong collaborator of Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London, A Study of History, chapter Challenge and Response, 1934-1954, Oxford University Press, NYC, United States, reprint edition 10. Dezember 1987

 

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Reasons for the collapse of civilizations

When the financial system collapses money will be reinvented. Different currencies will be used for different levels.

  1. Extreme concentration of wealth and
  2. Refusal to change when change is being called for.
    The very rigidity and resistance to change will result in collapse followed by chaos. [Paraphrased.]
Arnold Toynbee (1852-1883) British economic historian, advocate for the living conditions of the working classes, lifelong collaborator of Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, London,

 

  • [Paraphrased] War is a bad human habit that developed when resources became scarce 5000 years ago. Human natural benevolence is shed when one feels personally threatened, and when one's family and one's way of life are being threatened.
    ➢ In the 1st to 4 Great World Ages peace has been prevalent,
    ➢ in the 5th Great World Age war was the predominant way of life.
    The rising 6th Great World Age will possibly bring peace again. Audio interview with Gregg Braden (*1954) US American educator, pioneer in bridging science and spirituality, author, Deep Truth. Igniting the Memory of Your Origin, History, Destiny, and Fate, presented by the US American web radio station Hay House Radio, host Diane Ray, episode 7872, 48:00 minutes duration, aired 5. October 2011

 

Psychohistory ∞ context ⇔ history ∞ content

  • Psychohistory, as a science, will always be problem-centered, while history will always remain period-centered. They are simply two different tasks. [...]
    Whole great chunks of written history are of little value to the psychohistorian, while other vast areas which have been much neglected by historians – childhood history, content analysis of historical imagery, and so on – suddenly expand from the periphery to the center of the psychohistorian's conceptual world, simply because his or her own new questions require material nowhere to be found in history books. Lloyd deMause psychohistory.com (*1931) US American social thinker, lay psychoanalyst, director of The Association for Psychohistory, president of the International Psychohistorical Association, editor of The Journal of Psychohistory, Foundations of Psychohistory, chapter 2, S. 85, Creative Roots Publisher, 1st edition January 1982

 

Emotionally crippled psychohistorians and psychoanalysts

  • Psychohistory, like psychoanalysis, is a science in which the researcher's feelings are as much or even more a part of his research equipment than his eyes or his hands. [...] Weighing of complex motives can only be accomplished by identification with human actors, the usual suppression of all feeling preached and followed by most "science" simply cripples a psychohistorian as badly as it would cripple a biologist to be forbidden the use of a microscope. The emotional development of a psychohistorian is therefore as much a topic for discussion as his or her intellectual development. Lloyd deMause psychohistory.com (*1931) US American social thinker, lay psychoanalyst, director of The Association for Psychohistory, president of the International Psychohistorical Association, editor of The Journal of Psychohistory, Foundations of Psychohistory, chapter 2, S. 100, Creative Roots Publisher, 1st edition January 1982

 

  • The creation of the United States of America is the greatest of all human adventures. No other national story holds such tremendous lessons, for the American people themselves and for the rest of mankind [...]. American history raises three fundamental questions. First, can a nation rise above the injustices of its origins and, by its moral purpose and performance, atone for them? All nations are born in war, conquest, and crime, usually concealed by the obscurity of a distant past. The United States, from it's earliest colonial times, won its title – deeds in the full blaze of recorded history, and the stains on them are there for all to see and censure:
    ➢ the dispossession of an indigenous people, and
    ➢ the securing of self-sufficiency through the sweat and pain of an enslaved race. Paul Johnson (*1928) English Jesuit, historian, speechwriter, journalist, author, A History of the American People, opening paragraph, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1997

 

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Since 10,000 years sadistic draw-down entitled imperialist societies continually overrun "good examples".

  • By their nature agricultural societies are imperialist, they're based on draw-down. Civilization follows that same pattern over and over, where
    ➤ they conquer the region,
    ➤ they gut the colonies,
    ➤ they extract what they want,
    ➤ they leave the place a desert.
    That's being going on for 10,000 years. What that means is: for 10,000 years these invading, sadistic cultures of draw-down and entitlement have come into contact with other cultures that, many of which were egalitarian, peaceful, sustainable cultures. This is the pattern for 10,000 years. In all of that time, the living example of a culture that is egalitarian and sustainable, has never once stopped the invaders. It has never once worked as a strategy. They've seen the good example. It does not change the invaders.
    History is literally the story of [those] invasions wiping out the nice people, […] [leaving] the sociopaths on top. We just need to really say this out loud. Personal example has never worked. We've gotta give this one up. There's too much at stake. Video presentation titled "Culture of Resistance" by Lierre Keith lierrekeith.com (*1964) US American outspoken feminist, food activist, radical environmentalist, writer, Deep Green Resistance – Strategy to Save the Planet, part 2 of 7, presented by US American organisation Deep Green Resistance'', San Francisco, California, May 2011, YouTube film, minute 7:02-8:03, 8:06 minutes duration, posted 11. August 2011

 

  • History is the lie commonly agreed upon. Attributed to Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet] (1694-1778) French historian, philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment, advocate of civil liberties, freedom of religion, free trade, deist, writer, source unknown

 

  • What then is, generally speaking, the truth of history ? A fable agreed upon. Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) French general, political leader during the French Revolution, self-crowned emperor (1804-1815), Memoirs of Napoleon

 

  • History is written by the victors. American adage of unknown origin, attributed to Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British prime minister of the United Kingdom during the 2nd World War (1940-1945) and (1951-1955), racist war criminal, and Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) French general, political leader during the French Revolution, self-crowned emperor (1804-1815)

Literary quotes

  • History has proven repeatedly that lunatics will rise to power again and again on tidal waves of aggressive nationalism and intolerance, even in places where it seems utterly incomprehensible. Dan Brown (*1964) US American bestselling author of thriller fiction, mystery thriller Origen, Doubleday, 27. September 2017

 

Song lyrics

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • There is an infinite field of consciousness which registers everything that occurs, anywhere in time or history. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Source unknown

 

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Public opinion is not a safe indicator per se.

 

  • From history as well as consciousness calibration, we see that passivity encourages aggression and thus represents weakness and not moral superiority. Historically, passivity has resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of innocent citizens for which the pacifist bears moral and karmic responsibility. Thus, passivity is primarily due to ignorance, plus often a narcissistic self-aggrandizement and pseudo-spiritual pose that, unfortunately, frequently has fatal consequences. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Truth vs. Falsehood, S. 323, 2005

 

  • Man has habitually died for Pride for which armies still regularly slaughter each other. Religious wars, political terrorism and zealotry, and the ghastly history of the Middle East and Central Europe are all the price of Pride and hatred for which all of society pays. The downside of Pride is arrogance and denial. These characteristics block growth. In Pride, recovery from addictions is impossible because emotional problems or character defects are denied. The whole problem of denial is that of Pride; thus, Pride is a very sizable block to the acquisition of real power, which displaces Pride with true stature and prestige. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Discovery of the Presence of God, chapter 8, S. 147, 2007

Englische Texte – English section on History

Endings of history, physics, science, economics, work, money, law, gender relations, demographics


Endings and new beginnings: Various disciplines are coming to an end to reemerge
༺༻Author༺༻Born༺༺༺Book•title༻༻༻CommentPublisherYear
Oswald Spengler
Philosopher of history
1880-1936The Decline of the WestOr The Downfall of the Occident
Volume 1, 1918, revised 1922, volume 2, 1923, published in English, 1926
Oxford University Press1918/1922
1923
1926/2007
Herbert Pietschmann
Physicist
*1936[The End of the Age of Science]Das Ende des naturwissenschaftlichen ZeitaltersZsolnay-Verlag1980
Bill McKibben
Environmentalist
*1960The End of NatureFirst book addressing global warming i.e. climate changeAnchor1989
Francis Fukuyama
Political scientist
*1952The End of History
and the Last Man
A famous and controversial essay foretold the end of a major cultural era.Free Press1992
Essay 1989
John Horgan
Science writer
*1953The Death of Proof  Scientific American1993
David Lindley
Theoretical physicist
*1956The End of Physics The Myth of A Unified Theory
Foretelling the demise of the Holy Grail of physics, the general unified theory
Basic Books1993/1994
David Simpson
Economist
 The End of
Macro-economics?
Macroeconomics has outlived its usefulness.Coronet Books1994
Jeremy Rifkin
Economist
*1945 The End of WorkThe Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market EraPutnam Publishing Group1995
Neil Postman
Cultural critic
*1931
†2003
The End of EducationRedefining the Value of SchoolVintage1996
John Horgan
Science writer
*1953The End of Science Facing The Limits of Knowledge
In the Twilight of the Scientific Age
Broadway Books1996/1997
Ilya Prigogine
Physical chemist
*1917
†2003
The End of Uncertainty Time, Chaos and the New Laws of Nature
Imminent broad-reaching shift in scientific worldview. Scientific truth of today will be scientific myth tomorrow.
"Ultimately, everything is personal."
Free Press1997
Abid Ullah Jan
Community development specialist
*1940'sThe End of Democracy  Pragmatic Publishing 2003
Sam Harris
Philosopher, neuroscientist
*1967The End of FaithReligion, Terror, and the Future of Reason
Clash between organized religions and rational thought. Problems of tolerance towards religious fundamentalism
W. W. Norton2004
Gregory Greene
Filmmaker
 Documentary
The End of Suburbia
End of the American Way of Life
Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American DreamThe Electric Wallpaper Co.2004
Michael Ruppert
Investigative journalist
*1951
†2014
The End of the Age of OilCrossing The Rubicon. The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil
2
New Society Publishers2004
Jeffrey Sachs
Economist
*1954The End of PovertyBy 2025, extreme poverty can be eliminated globally.Penguin Press2005
Andy Kessler
Businessman
*1958The End of MedicineHow Silicon Valley (and Naked Mice) Will Reboot Your DoctorHarperBusiness2006/2007
Naomi Wolf
Activist, social critic
*1962The End of AmericaLetter of Warning to a Young PatriotChelsea Green Publishing2007
Richard Susskind
Government law consultant
*1961The End of Lawyers? Rethinking the nature of legal services
Information technology will upend the legal profession.
Oxford University Press2008/2010
Hua Hsu The End of
White America?
By 2042 non-white groups will make up the majority of the U.S. population.Atlantic2009
Charles T. Tart
Parapsychologist
*1937The End of Materialism How Evidence of the Paranormal Is Bringing Science and Spirit TogetherNew Harbinger Publications2009
Paul Mason*1960The End of the Age of GreedMeltdown. The End of the Age of GreedVerso2009/2010
Ian Bremmer
Political scientist
*1969The End of
the Free Market
Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations?Portfolio Hardcover2010
Franz Hörmann
Visionary economist
*1960[The End of Money]
Das Ende des Geldes3
The root of our problems is neither Europe nor the Euro, Spreezeitung, Ursula Pidun, 19. April 2013, translated by Toby Russell, 4. May 2013; See also: Information "money"Galila2011
Richard Heinberg
Environmentalist
*1950The End of GrowthAdapting to Our New Economic RealityNew Society Publishers2011
John W. Loftus
Editor
 The End of ChristianityAnthology of profound atheist writersPrometheus Books2011
John Horgan
Science writer
*1953The End of WarWar is not inevitable. It's a matter of human choice whether to unmake war or not.McSweeney's2012
David Agus
Physician, engineer
*1965The End of Illness Misconceptions on health, advocacy for controling one's own personal healthFree Press2012
David Wolman The End of MoneyCounterfeiters, Preachers, Techies, Dreamers – and the Coming Cashless SocietyDa Capo Press2012
Shaun Rein
Strategy consultant
 The End of Cheap ChinaEconomic and Cultural Trends that Will Disrupt the World – China is rising to a superpower.Wiley2012
Hanna Rosin*1970The End of MenAnd the Rise of WomenRiverhead2012
Barbara Kellerman
Professor of public leadership
 The End of LeadershipCritique of the cult of management industryHarperBusiness2012
Moises Naim
Political commentator
*1952The End of PowerFrom Boardrooms to Battlefields and Churches to States. Why Being In Charge Isn't What It Used to BeBasic Books2013
Donna Freitas The End of Sex How Hookup Culture is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually Unfulfilled, and Confused About IntimacyBasic Books2013
Nicco Mele
Social media expert
 The End of BigHow the Internet Makes David the New GoliathSt. Martin's Press2013
Guy R. McPherson
Evolutionary biologist
*1960Going Dark Publishamerica2013
Jeremy Rifkin
Economist, political advisor, activist
*1945[T]he Eclipse
of Capitalism
The Zero Marginal Cost Society. The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of CapitalismPalgrave Macmillan Trade2014
Melvin Konner*1946[T]he End of Male SupremacyWomen After All. Sex, Evolution, and the End of Male SupremacyW. W. Norton & Company2015
Kevin Carey*1970The End of CollegeCreating the Future of Learning and the University of EverywhereRiverhead Books2015
Paul Mason*1960PostCapitalismPostCapitalism. A Guide to Our FuturePenguin, Kindle edition2015/2016
John Scalzi*1969The End of All Things[The End of] Old Man's WarTor Books2015
Fabian Scheidler
Publicist, author
*1968[The End of the Megamachine]
Das Ende der Megamaschine. Geschichte einer scheiternden Zivilisation
[History of a Failing Civilization]
5,000 years of a failing global capitalist system
Promedia 2015
Alan Watkins
Neuroscientist
Leadership expert
 The End of PoliticsCrowdocracy. The End of PoliticsUrbane Publications 2016
Wolfgang Streeck*1948How Will Capitalism End? Verso2016
Yvonne Hofstetter
German jurist, faction author
*1966[The End of Democracy]
Das Ende der Demokratie
[How AI is taking over politics and incapacitating us]
Wie die künstliche Intelligenz die Politik übernimmt und uns entmündigt
C. Bertelsmann Verlag2016
Robert Jensen*1958The End of Patriarchy Radical Feminism for MenSpinifex Press2017
Michael R. Auslin*1967The End of the Asian Century War, Stagnation, and the Risks to the World's Most Dynamic Region Yale University Press2017
James Kirchick*1983The End of EuropeDictators, Demagogues, and the Coming Dark AgeYale University Press2017
Stephen D. King The End of GlobalizationGrave New World. The Return of HistoryYale University Press2017
Peter Brannen The Ends of the WorldVolcanic Apocalypses, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth's Past Mass Extinctions Five times in earth's history the majority of animal life has been wiped outEcco
in geologically brief catastrophes.
2017
Dale Bredesen
Physician, neurologist
 The End of Alzheimer'sThe First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive DeclineAvery2017
Source: ► Article The end of everything, presented by the American daily newspaper The Washington Post, Carlos Lozada, 5. April 2013
References:
Article The End of Church, presented by the US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, Diana Butler Bass, US American historian on the history of Christianity, leading voice in progressive Christianity, 18. February 2012, updated 19. April 2012
Article The end of capitalism has begun, presented by the British daily newspaper The Guardian, Paul Mason, 17. July 2015
Quote collection Oswald Spengler > Quotes, presented by Goodreads, undated
See also: ► Paradigmenwechsel – Paradigmal shift and ► Endings of history, physics, economics, science, money

Historic cycles – From the love of domination to the power of love – Anodea Judith

Awakening the heart, the right brain, the spiral, the dynamic Goddess
EraTime frameChakraGod
aspect
MovementSymbol HistoryPrincipleParadigmConsciousness frame·[♥]
1.?-12,000
years ago
RootGoddessStaticCircle·[*]Her-StoryEasy go luckyINFANCY
Land of plenty
Unconscious
heaven
2.5,000
years ago
SacralGodDynamicArrowHis-storyEither-orCHILDHOOD
Resistance
⚡ Unconscious hell
3.2,500
years ago
Domination
Solar plexusGodStaticCross·[♦]·[*]His-storyGrow or die!ADOLESCENCE
Submissiveness
⚡ Conscious hell
4.250-50
years ago
Power·of·love
HeartGoddessDynamicSpiralOur-storyBoth-andYOUNG ADULTHOOD
Reclaiming power
Conscious [emerging] heaven

 

From static masculine to dynamic feminine

We’re actually coming toward the end of the static masculine [being "raised by a single father with no knowledge of the mother"] and we’ve been in that for the last two thousand or twenty five hundred years. […] We need to be careful not to judge it as a system [dynamic feminine] that doesn’t work just because it's young […] we have to move through the chaos [period of fluctuating homeostasis] and find a new organizing principle. Audio interview with Anodea Judith (*1952) US American psychotherapist, historian, mythologist, lecturer on body/mind integration, author, Humanity Moving From Adolescence To Maturity, presented by the US American web radio station New Dimensions, host Justine Willis-Toms, 57:00 minutes duration, posted 25. December 2013

 

The crucial error of the romantic view

The Romantic view is that the infant starts out in a state of unconscious Heaven. [...] [T]he infant self is actually one with the dynamic Ground of Being – but in an unconscious (or "un-self-conscious") fashion. Thus, unconscious Heaven – blissful, wonderful, mystical, the paradisiacal state out of which ist will soon fall, and to which it will always long to return. [...]
[S]ometime in the first few years of life, the self differentiates from the environment, the union with the dynamic Ground is lost, subject and object are separated, and the self moves from unconscious Heaven into conscious Hell – the world of egoic alienation, repression, terror, tragedy.
But, the happy account continues, the self can make a type of U-turn in development, sweep back to the prior infantile, union state, re-unite with the great Ground of Being, only now in a fully conscious and self-actualized way, and thus find conscious Heaven.
Ken Wilber (*1949) US American transpersonal philosopher, consciousness researcher, thought leader of the 3rd millennium, developer of Integral Theory, author, The Eye of Spirit. An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad, The Romantic View, S. 95, Shambhala Publications, 1998
Source: ► Anodea Judith (*1952) US American psychotherapist, historian, mythologist, lecturer on body/mind integration, author, The Global Heart Awakens. Humanity's Rite of Passage from the Love of Power to the Power of Love, Elite Books, 30. Juni 2006, Energy Psychology Press, 1. Januar 2010, Shift Books, 2. Auflage 18. Juli 2013
References:
[♥] Ken Wilber (*1949) US American transpersonal philosopher, consciousness researcher, thought leader of the 3rd millennium, developer of Integral Theory, author, The Eye of Spirit, 2001
[♦] Archive for Jordan Maxwell Symbols, Part 6: The Solar Cross, presented by The Darkness Files, ~September 2010
See also:
[*] Cubic cosmology as opposed to spheric cosmology – Wallace Black Elk
Three archetypal wounds in trust and love – Mario Martinez
Four developmental periods in biology, ecology, finance and economics
Moving into dignity politics – Four historical arcs of evolution
Key features of patriarchy ⇔ matrilinear societies
Four essential historical ages – Daniel Pink

Macrohistoric timetable of evolution: Goddess ⇔ Alphabet ♦ Images ⇔ Writing ♦ Right ⇔ left brain hemispheres

༺༻Time•frame༺༻           Matrifocal history – Legend           
Unrecorded history

3,000,000 - 2,900,000
years ago
Hominids differentiated away from other primates by becoming meat-eaters instead of vegetarians.
Extended childhoods of hominid babies required prolonged attention from hominid mothers.
Males of the species predominately engaged in hunting and killing.
Females primarily engaged in nurturing and gathering.

Hominids became the first species of social predators in which the females do not participate in hunting and killing.
200,000 - 90,000
years ago
Language developed.
Homo Sapiens differentiated away from hominids.
Language required the complete rewiring of human brains.
Over 90% of the language modules were placed in the left hemisphere of right handed humans who comprised 92% of the population.
The Split Brain phenomenon became highly exaggerated only in humans.
Most hunting and killing strategies are placed in left hemisphere.
Most nurturing and gathering strategies are placed in the right hemisphere.
45,000 - 3,000
years ago
The Alphabet was invented: Extremely easy to use. Near universal literacy possible.
Semites (Canaanites, Phoenicians, and Israelites) were the first peoples to become substantially literate.
The first alphabetic book is the Hebrew bible (Tanakh, OT) dating back ~1400 BC.
The goddess was harshly rejected from the Israelite belief system.
God lost His image. To know Him, a worshipper had to read what He wrote.
Images of any kind were proscribed in the first culture to worship written words.
40,000 - 10,000
years ago
Homo sapiens organized into highly effective hunter/gatherer societies.
Division of labor between sexes diverged more than in any other species.
Males hunt and females nurture.
Each sex developed predominate modes of perception and survival strategies to deal with the exigencies of life.
the left hemispheric specialization led to an increased appreciation of time.
Humans became the first animals to realize that they will personally die.
Awareness of death led to the formation of supernatural beliefs.
Societies in which hunting was a more reliable source of protein than gathering elevated hunting gods over vegetative goddesses.
Societies in which gathering was a more reliable source of protein than hunting elevated vegetative goddesses over hunting gods.
In general, hunter/gatherer tribes worshipped a mixture of both spirits.
10,000 - 5,000
years ago
Agriculture and the domestication of animals was discovered.
Crops needed to be tended, flocks needed to be nurtured.
The female survival strategy of gathering-and-nurturing superseded the male strategy of hunting-and-killing.
All early agrarian peoples began to pray to an Earth Goddess responsible for the bountifulness of the land and the fertility of the herds.
She awakened the land in springtime and metaphorically resurrected Her weaker, smaller and dead son/lover.4
༺༻Time•frame༺༻           HISTORY of PATRIARCHY – Legend           
Recorded history

5,000 - 3,000
years ago
Writing was invented.
The left hemispheric modes of perception, the hunting/killing side, were reinforced.
Literacy depended on linear, sequential, abstract and reductionist ways of thinking, identical with hunting and killing.
Early forms of cuneiform and hieroglyphics were difficult to master. So less than 2% were literate.
Scribes became priests and new religions emerged in which the god began to supercede the goddess.5
3,000 - 2,500
years ago
Greeks became the second literate culture.
While not rejecting images they suppressed women's rights.
Athens and Sparta were two societies that shared the same language, gods, and culture and were in close proximity.
Women had few rights in Athens. ⇔ Women in Sparta wielded considerable power.
Athenians glorified the written word. ⇔ Spartans cared little about literacy.
Socrates, who held egalitarian views, disdained writing and wrote nothing down.
Plato wrote extensively of what Socrates said. He was not as generous toward women as Socrates.
Aristotle represented the Greek passage from an oral society to a literate one. He taught that women were an inferior subspecies of man.
2,500 years agoBuddha became enlightened in India.
Buddha, though literate, wrote nothing down. He taught love, equality, kindness, and compassion.
His words were canonized in an alphabetic book 500 years after his death.
Book purported to show the Buddha had negative opinions about women, sexuality, and birth.
Taoism and Confucianism arose in China.
Taoism embodies feminine values: It does not attempt to control others, promoted Mother Nature as a guide.
Confucianism touted masculine values: It structured a patriarchal society, touted a 'Father Culture'.
Two systems of belief coexisted in relative equilibrium until the Chinese invented the printing press in 923 AD Literacy rates soared.
Soon after, Taoism declined and Confucianism became China's dominant belief system.
'Women's foot binding began in 970 AD and became a common practice.
Taoism transmuted into a hierarchy with sacred texts and temple priests.
Taoist priests were expected to be celibate. Women's rights plummeted.
In nearby Asian cultures that did not embrace literacy, women's rights remained high.
2,000 - 1,500
years ago
The Roman Empire achieved near universal alphabetic literacy rates due to the stability of Pax Romana, tutors from Greece, papyrus from Egypt and an easy to use Greek and Latin alphabet.
New religion emerged based on the sayings of a gentle prophet named Jesus.
His oral teachings embody feminine values of free will, love, compassion, non-violence, and equality.
Jesus wrote nothing down.
Women played a prominent role in the rising Christian religion.
Paul the Apostle [Saul of Tarsus] commited to writing what he interpreted to be the meaning of the Christ event.
Subsequent Gospel writers detailed Christ's crucifixion, death and resurrection.
The creed that evolved increasingly emphasized masculine values of obedience, suffering, pain, death, and hierarchy.
The alphabetic text (NT) became canonized in 367 AD.
Women were banned from baptizing or conducting sacraments.
They were ordered to the back of the church and ejected from the choir.
Christians destroyed Roman images.
1,500 - 1,000
years ago
Rome fell to barbarian invasions.
Literacy got lost in the secular society.
The Dark Ages began.
When the stage of history re-illuminated in the 10th century, women enjoyed high status.
Age suffused with love of Mother Mary.
People knew her through her image not any written words by her.
Women were mystics revered.
Women Cathars and Waldensians baptized.
Abbesses led major monasteries.
The chivalric code instructed men to honor and protect women.
Courtly love became all the fashion.
Cathedrals were dedicated to Notre Dame.
Religious art flourished.
Few outside the Church could read and write.
1000 - 1453The High Middle Ages were characterized by a renewed interest in literacy.
Commerce demanded literate clerks. Literacy rates climbed.
Masculine values began to reassert dominance over feminine ones.
The Renaissance began.
The cult of the individual encouraged male artists, male thinkers, and macho themes in art.
1454 -1820Gutenberg's printing press availed alphabet literacy to the masses.
Books become affordable.
Literacy rates soared in those countries affected by the printing press.
Tremendous surge in science, art, philosophy, logic, and imperialism.
Women's rights suffered decline.
Women mystics were now called witches.
1465 - 1820After the Bible, the next best selling book is the Witch's Hammer; a how-to book for the rooting out, torture, and burning of witches. Witch craze broke out only in those countries impacted by the printing press.
Germany, Switzerland, France, and England had severe witch-hunts. All boasted steadily rising literacy rates.
Russia, Norway, Iceland, and the Islamic countries bordering Europe did not experience witch-hunts.
The printing press had a negligible impact on these societies.
Estimates range that between 100,000 women to the millions were murdered during the witch-hunts.
There is no parallel in any other culture in the world in which the men of the culture suffered a psychosis so extreme that they believed that their wise women were so dangerous that they had to be eliminated.
1517 - 1820The Protestant Reformation broke out fueled by many who could now read scripture.
Protestants demanded the repudiation of the veneration of Mary, the destruction of images.
The Protestant movement became very patriarchal.
Ferocious religious wars broke out fought over minor doctrinal disputes.
Torture and burning at the stake became commonplace.
Hunter/killer values were in steep ascendance only in those countries impacted by rapidly rising alphabetic literacy rates.
1820 - 1900Invention of photography and the discovery of the electromagnetic field combined to bring about the return of the image.
Photography did for images what the printing press had accomplished for written words: it made reproduction of images inexpensive, easy, and ubiquitous.
The right hemisphere was engaged to decipher images more than the left.
Egalitarianism became a motif in philosophy.
Protestantism softened its stance toward women.
Mary was declared born of Immaculate Conception by the Catholic Church, thus elevating her status.
The suffragette movement coalesced in 1848.
In 1888 Friedrich Nietzsche declared "God is dead."
1900 - 1950Photography and electromagnetism combined to introduce many new technologies of information transfer.
Telegraph, radio, film, and telephone reconfigured the world.
Communists demanded the redistribution of wealth.
Capitalists demanded less government interference.
Natives restless, servants surly; everywhere paternalism was in retreat.
Women in the U.S. received the vote in 1920, women in England in 1936.
Russia, an oral society, became literate in the 19th century followed by a great burst of male creativity.
Outbreak of religious intolerance against the Jews.
Russian Communism repeated all the madness of Europe's first brush with alphabet literacy.
Adolf Hitler, armed with a microphone and radio, hypnotized Germany and Austria, one of the most literate countries of the world.
Mother Russia, an oral society, was bedeviled by literacy.
Germany, the Fatherland, became susceptible to madness by oral technology.
1950 - 2000Popularity of television exploded after the end of WWII.
Television requires a different mode of perception than reading.
Iconic information began to supersede text information.
Images of the atomic bomb blast and earth beamed back from space changed the consciousness of the world more than any written books.
Society begins to elevate feminine values of childcare, welfare, healthcare, and concern for the environment.
The feminist movement of the 60s occured in the first television generation.
World wars were abated among the literate countries affected by television image.
The invention of the personal computer greatly changed the way people interact.
Graphic icons increasingly replaced text commands.
The Internet and the WorldWideWeb are based on feminine images of nets and webs.
In the late 90ties the Iconic Revolution began.
6
In 2012 the amount of photos and videos exchanged via cell phones is rising rapidly.7
Source: ► Leonard Shlain, M.D. sextimeandpower.com (1937-2009) US American researcher, chairman of laparoscopic surgery, associate professor of surgery, UC San Francisco, author of The Alphabet Versus the Goddess, Timeline – The Alphabet versus the Goddess, 2006
Reference: ► Edutainment movie Journey of Mankind, interactive trail adapted from Out of Eden / The Real Eve, Stephen Oppenheimer, presented by bradshawfoundation.com, 2003

 

Note: ► Everywhere where alphabets came into usage religions based on sacred alphabetic scriptures
emerged all of which share these characteristics:
Goddesses were declared abominations.
Women were banned from conducting religious ceremonies.
♦ Representative art in the form of images was declared "idolatry."

 

See also:
Three historic periods of human development including two normative turning points – Evelin Lindner
Shifting paradigms from domination to partnership – Evelin Lindner
Domination system ⇔ partnership system – Riane Eisler
Personality types, parenting styles, historical-cultural-political manifestations – Lloyd deMause
Correlating the right hemisphere with the left hemisphere – Iain McGilchrist
Enhancing collective intelligence by social perceptiveness (EI) and equal participation
Four response categories of women – Ellie Drake
Cult of Saturn – pillar of patriarchy – Jordan Maxwell
Development of social media – Peter Kruse

Pre-eminent number 25920 and its subdivided perfect numbers


Spiral illustration

 

Chaldea and early Egypt used perfect numbers of the sacred mysteries Sirius cycle. Proponents of the idea that terrestrial events repeat themselves in a cyclical fashion structured in perfect numbers were Thales of Miletus (624-~546 BC) and Pythagoras of Samos (~570-495 BC).

 

Plato (427-347 BC) advocated the complete precessional cycle. The Platonic Year comprises the golden number at 25920 years containing all other subnumbers.

 

The French astrologer Michel Helmer who had discovered the number Phi (~1.616) was the first to locate successfully the peak times within each cycle according to the ancient theory. [Cahiers Astrologiques, 1960]

 

Three interlaced astrological cycles
Circular·rotations·
in·space-time
LegendLength·of·timeHands of
the cosmic clock
Earth's rotation on its axisSpace-Time of the houses
Worldly astrology of nations, regimes, political leaders
24 hours / 1 daySecond hand
Earth's revolution around the SunSpace-Time of the heavy planetary cycles365.25 days / 1 yearMinute hand
Precession of the EquinoxesSpace-Time of the Platonic Year25920 years8
Numerological rhythm
Hour hand

 

Various basic cycles
As a general rule the repetition is only approximate because the context is quite different.
Name of cycle25920·DivisionsDuration·in·yearsLegend
Platonic Year
Complete precessional cycle
25920 / 1
360 x 72
25920 yearsContaining all other significant subcycles
One Platonic day lasts 72 Earth years.
Manvantara cycle (Ancient Hindus)25920 / 2
12960 x 5
12960 years
64800 years
 
Yuga cycle (Ancient Hindus)
Yugas: Kali, Dwapara, Treta, Satya
25920 / 64320 yearsSee: Yuga Cycles – Hindu mythological time referencing / Fulcanelli
Cycle of Daniel (OT)25920 / 10
3 x 864
2592 yearsAge of the Zodiac
Cycle of civilizations and religions25920 / 12
2160 / 2
2160 years
1080 years
Age of the Zodiac
Empires, civilizations, religions
Cycle of opposition to what was created at the start of the 2160-year cycle
Precessional passage from one constellation of the Zodiac to the next
Great Year (Siderial calendar)365 x 3 + 3661461 yearsEarth, Sun and Sirius Star are aligning. The heliacal rising has a huge energetic impact on Earth.
Polar cycle / ternary division2160 / 3720 yearsNeocreational level: Spiritual change Renewal
This cycle was discovered by Rev. Father Poucel.
Cycle of 7 times 77 (Biblical)7 x 77
2160 / 4
539 years
540 years
Paradoxical level: Mass movements of peoples
Turning point of the basic cycles of a civilization
Note: Fundamental human cycle of 11 years and 11 x 7 = 77 years
Cycle of internal ideology change of regimes2160 / 6360 yearsSymbolic level: Ideological change
Cycle of political change of regimes2160 / 12180 yearsLiteral level: Political change

 

540 year and 2160 year cycles
Every 539/540 years ("7 x 77" biblical years) or 2160 / 4 years, humanity enters a period of mutation,
often accompanied by a mass migration of peoples.
22 years
1429-1451
Defeat of the English in the Hundred Years' War
changing European history due to the miraculous
intervention of 19-year-old Joan of Arc entrusted
with King Charles' VII army
539 years later
2160 years later
Opening of the Aquarian Age
Change of religion and morals will be radical,
eventually affecting the whole world
360 years later
1789
French Revolution180 years later
1968-1969
22 years later
1990-1991
Decisive phase of the spiritual revival movement
Nostradamus’ date for the end of the New Babylon
Philosophical and religious change will come
from Russia herself.
Each period of mutation extends over 180 years and is divided into two periods of maximum activity. The first is the time of creation of
the movement which is spread over 22 years or 2 x 11 years. Then follows a 180-year period of slow progress and gradual inroads,
and finally the decisive struggle which lasts 22 years, until the movement definitely succeeds or fails.

 

Three phases of building a religion – each 720 years
720 year cycleFocusTime frameChristian history
1st phaseProphetic period of religion0-33-720-750 ADChrist's teaching
2nd phase"Clerical phase" of religion720-750 to 1440-1470Mystical epoch of Christianity
3rd phaseSupremacy of the temporal power over the spiritual power1440-1770
1440-2160
Epoch of the mastery of the ecclesiastical hierarchy over peoples and governments
Note: 2012 is the end of third-density time. Hence, all other cycles are automatically "attracted" together.

 

539 year cycle – French history
Time·frame·YearHistorical event
April 29-May 8 1429Tide turning against the English in the Hundred Years' War changing European history
Quasi-miraculous intervention of 19-year-old Joan of Arc entrusted with King Charles' VII army
539 years later
May 1968
French youth brought about the shift and incredible destruction of University mandarins and the repeal of many taboos.

 

Cyclical evolution – exemplified by French history
CycleYearHistorical event
Start1249Constitution of the first Parliament of Paris
+180 years1429Joan of Arc's emergence9; King Charles VII is consecrated at Reims.
+360 years1789Start of the French Revolution
+1801968-1969Age of the world youth movement, indicating the absorption of the French cycle into the world cycle
+11 years
+11 years
1979-1980Peak of the resistance to change by the traditional structures of society
Earthly changes passed the point of no return by 1990-1991.

 

Cycle correlations between Rome and United States (New Rome)
Time·frameHistoric event – Roman EmpireTime·frameHistoric event – US Empire
264-241 BC1st Punic War – Rome against Carthage2160 years later
1896-1919
Economic war (Dingley Tariff) between the US and Europe (especially Germany) began 1896-1897. It ended in 1918-1919 by Germany's defeat, thanks to the decisive American support in 1917.
USA’s world economic supremacy dates from 1919, all the European states having emerged weakened from the WW1.
218-201 BC2nd Punic War – Rome's gravest and most dangerous war against Carthage2160 years later
1941/1942-1959
US engages in World War II followed by the cold (and hot) war against the USSR, Berlin blockade (1947) Korea War (1950-1953),  Khrushchev's visit to the US, bringing China into conflict with the USSR (1959)
200-106 BC
198-197 BC
Macedonian War – Rome against Macedonia under King Philip V.
Roman victory of Cynocephalus ended the Macedonian War.
2160 years later
1960-1964
Kennedy administration involved in the Cuban Missile Crisis; possibility of war (22-28 October 1962), withdrawal of Russian missiles
192-188 BCRome engaged in wars against the Oriental King Antiochus III2160 years later
1958-1972
Vietnam War
181-174 BC1st Celtiberic War – Rome had to face a serious rebellion in her Spanish possessions2160 years later
1979-1985
Rebellion against US domination: in Latin America (lands colonized by Spain); in Africa, with Cuban troops
172-168 BC2nd Macedonian War – Rome against Perseus (preferred son of Philip V.)2160 years later
1988-1992
Direct USA-USSR confrontation destruction of the US Space Shuttle Challenger, according to Lt. Col. Tom Bearden, followed by the economic collapse of the Soviet Union, Gorbachev actively campaigning for peace

 

Correlations (name similarity) between ancient Roman statesmen Cato
and living American Jimmy Carter
Time·frameCato – Historical eventTime·frameCarter – Historical event
187 BCScipio Africanus, who defeated Antiochus, was being tried and had to resign and retire to his estate.2160 years later
1973
The Watergate scandal forced Richard Nixon, who had honorably terminated the Vietnam War, to resign and retire to his estate.
184 BCFamous Roman statesman Cato the Elder [The Censor, Wise, Ancient] (234-149 BC) was elected Consul of Rome.2160 years later
1976
Jimmy Carter (*1924) was elected 39th US president (1977-1981).

 

Written source:
Book, chapter 6 Cyclology – The Mathematics Of History, excerpted from The End of Our Century by Francois Masson, 1979-1980, translator David Michael Steinberg, 1981, edited and published on divinecosmos.com, 2001
Audio sources featuring David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author
Radio interview David Wilcock – Synchronicity & Enlightenment, presented by US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host George Noory (*1950), aired 19. August 2013, YouTube film, 1:53:57 duration, posted 4. August 2017
Radio interview The Synchronicity Key, MP3, presented by web radio station The Awakening Zone, episode #2408, host Miriam Knight, 55:42 minutes duration, Friday, 13. September 2013
Further reference: ► Artilce The Precession of the Equinoxes, presented by ancient-wisdom.co.uk, undated
See also: ► Circles

 

  • It is hard for modern man to believe that numbers have a meaning much more important than he thinks, that they are not merely a means of counting and measuring sense objects but that they also express a spiritual essence which they create and control. The ancient Hebrews called this spiritual essence the ten holy "Sephirot." Ernst Bindel (1890-1974) German mathematician, Waldorfschule, Stuttgart, Die geistigen Grundlagen der Zahlen [The Spiritual Elements of Numbers], 1958, Anaconda, 31. July 2011

 

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Repeating cycles in history

  • [Paraphrased] Using history, astrology, and synchronicity theory, there is a hidden architecture played out in cycles, guiding humanity toward spiritual progress and enlightenment.
    "Reality is not real. We're in a hologram. There's a story that's repeating, and it keeps repeating until we master the lesson it's teaching us."
    (David Wilcock)
    History repeats in precise cycles. Much of 20th century American history is holographically connected to Roman history in the Age of Aries.
    There are parallels between Roman and American history, including the first Punic War to WWI, the second Punic War to WWII, Carthage to Germany, and Hannibal to Hitler, Robespierre to Stalin.
    Hannibal looks like "Hitler with a beard." They invaded the same areas, during the same six years, using the same basic strategies in each cycle.
    The French astrologer Michel Helmer accurately predicted in 1961 that the revolt Joan of Arc pulled off in the 1400s would repeat as a student-led revolution in France in 1968, within a few days off when it occurred in the previous 539-year cycle (one-quarter of an Age of the Zodiac). It is referenced as a parable by Jesus, where he spoke of forgiving your brother "seven times 77 times".
    The so-called "Age of the Zodiac" is a 2,160-year cycle that is precisely repeating itself. The cycle of 720 years (1/3 the age of the Zodiac) governs the history and development of Christianity and other religions, according to Helmer. It was independently discovered by Anatoly Fomenko, Ph.D. (*1945) as a massive, repeating pattern in world history.
    'End times' are not relegated strictly to Christian prophecy but referenced in over 30 ancient cultures. These cultures all indicated that mankind is heading into a golden age, but have go through a dark period first. People are fulfilling a cosmic blueprint, older than time itself, which is meant to steer humanity into a beautiful golden age where stargate travel, antigravity technology, and ascension (transmutation into light bodies) is availed.
Audio interview with David Wilcock divinecosmos.com (*1973) US American consciousness researcher, mystic filmmaker, lecturer, author, Synchronicity & Enlightenment, presented by US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host George Noory (*1950), aired 19. August 2013, YouTube film, minute 1:01:22, 39:00-2:33:59 duration, posted 20. August 2013
The Synchronicity Key: Official Launch Video!, 19. August 2013

Shifting the cultural zeitgeist in Western societies

History of the United States  ♦  Ages of empowerment, knowledge, transcendence
U.S.
era
AgeTime frameHistoric event
1.Age of Empowerment1776-1880Signing of the Declaration of Independence, publication An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
Democracy (free society) and capitalism (free markets), public education, national banking system, one currency
2.Age of Knowledge1880-1990Alexander Bell invented the telephone, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the light bulb, the central electrical power system. Transition from an agrarian to an industrial society. Life expectancy in the United States: 47 years in 1900, 76 years in 1990. Alfred P. Sloan, US American president of General Motors, invented the modern corporation in 1923. John Watson (1878-1958) US American psychologist, pioneer of behaviorism, founder of the behaviorist school of psychology, established the first consumer research center (via J. Walter Thompson advertising's agency) in 1921. Henry Ford mechanized the first assembly line.
Materialism became the bedrock of business, society, and culture.
3.Age of Transcendence
Excelling usual limits
~1990British software engineer Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web. The Internet provides information power to the masses, democratizes the information flow, and forces corporations to greater transparency.
Transcendence erodes the dominance of scientifically grounded "certainty".
Source:Rajendra S. Sisodia, Ph.D., Indian US American professor of marketing, Bentley University, co-founder and chairman of the Conscious Capitalism Institute, founding member of the Conscious Capitalism movement, Jagdish N. Sheth, Ph.D. (*1938) Burmese-US American Charles H. Kellstadt professor of marketing, Goizueta Business School, Emory University, David B. Wolfe, US American customer behavior expert, author, Firms of Endearment. How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose, Prologue A Whole New World, Pearson Prentice Hall, 1st edition 10. February 2007
See also:
Creativity and ► Paradigm shift, namely ► Current trend – Shifting from PUSH mode to PULL mode
Information Age ⇒ Conceptual Age ⇒ Changing expressions of creativity – Daniel Pink

Hidden history of the undercover rulers of the western civilization and the world

Covert Lucifer worship by the world's occultist elite
The post modern liberal-proggressive-secular culture is the result of an occult tradition of Ancient mystery religions and politics dating back to

Egypt (*3100 BC), Sumeria (*2900 BC), Babylon (*1894 BC), Greece (8th-6th century-~600 AD), namely Plato (427-347 BC)10
► recovered by the Knights Templars (1119-1312),  the medieval kabbalists (1150-1250), the Freemasons (*1425),
the Jesuits (*1540), the Rosicrucians (*1607/1616), the Jacobins (*1789), the Order of Skull and Bones (*1871)
► recovered by the Thule Society (*1917), covert Satanism, Dianetics (*~1950)
► and many propagandist esoteric occult practitioners of old and modern times.

 

Masonic secularism is a religion. The aim of the Lucifer-driven occultists is to empower the elite. A dominant segment the world's leaders secretly serve Lucifer as the god of the modern world. Occultist key elites were orchestrating revolutions:

Four major revolutions in modern history
1.1649English Revolution 
2.1776American Revolution Genocide
3.1789French Revolution Genocide (300,000 killed)
4.1917Russian Revolution Genocide

 

Designers of the so-called era of Enlightenment resulting in modern culture
Secret·societyHistoric personality
RosicrucianFrancis Bacon [William Shakespeare (penname)] (1561-1626)
Knights Templar
Freemason
Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) ♦ Isaac Newton (1642-1727)11Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)12Voltaire (1694-1778) ♦ Denis Diderot (1713-1784)13
Thule SocietyAdolf Hitler (1889-supposedly 1945)
33rd degree Freemason14John Adams (1735-1826) ♦ Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) ♦ Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) ♦ Vladimir Lenin (1870-1924) ♦ Joseph Stalin (1878-1953) ♦ Winston Churchill (1874-1965) ♦ Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945) ♦ Harry S. Truman (1884-1972) ♦ Walt Disney (1901-1966) ♦ Lyndon B. Johnson (1908-1973) ♦ Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) ♦ Gerald Ford (1913-2006) ♦ Francois Mitterand (1916-1996) ♦ Yitzak Rabin (1922-1995) ♦ Jimmy Carter (*1924) ♦ Olof Palme (1927-1986) ♦ Helmut Kohl (1930-2017) ♦ Mikhail S. Gorbachev (*1931) ♦ Gerhard Schröder (*1944) ♦ William J. Clinton (*1946) ♦ Tony Blair (*1953)
Closet SatanistKarl Marx (33rd°) (1818-1883) ♦ Henry Ford (33rd°) (1863-1947) ♦ Joseph Stalin (33rd°) (1878-1953)
MASON = AONMS = Ancient Order Nobles Mystic Shrine15

 

The "separation of church and state" is a strategem to enshrine Lucifer as the god of the modern world. While pushing products, drugs, sex, arms, and violence to enslave body and soul of humanity, the top players of the Satanic conspiracy are carrying out the script of setting up a New World Order. Their plan, contesting the human soul along with the creative right brain hemisphere, keeps unfolding since people cannot believe that such a monstrous reality actually exists.

Literature: ► David Livingstone, US American independent scholar and investigator of the occult influence in history, author,
The Dying God. The Hidden History of Western Civilization, presented by iUniverse, 14. June 2002
See also: ► ⚡ Systemic dumbing-drugging down of modern Western society

 

Global domination by the Jesuits
There is a covertly operating group of shadow controllers which has been "known" under different names during history. Like the phoenix, it keeps "dying" out of waning empires and being "reborn" into those that are newly emerging.

Succession of empires
༺༻Time periodEmpireType of empire
1.~2000 BC-605 BCBabylonian EmpireKing-centered
2.~4000/3150 BC-332 BC (1st-31st dynasties)Ancient EgyptPharao-centered
3.753 BC-476 ADRoman EmpireEmperor-centered
4.~618–~1048Kingdom of KhazariaEthnic-national
5.Late16th century-mid 20th century during/after World War
finalized with Hong Kong's release in 1997
British EmpireNational
6.1884-21st centuryCorporatism (Corporativism)
United States Empire
Corporate

 

The Spanish knight, hermit, theologian, priest since 1537 Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556) was the crypto-Jewish co-founder of the Society of Jesus (SJ) in 1540. In 1541 he became the first Superior General [The Black Pope] of the Jesuits. The Jesuits are dominating religions, economics worldwide, and the military worldwide since more than 470 years, crushing the middle class, emphasizing a two-party system, and widening the inequality gap.

 

"The Jesuits are the most successful cultural parasitism organization." Frank O'Collins, Australian philosopher, knowledge architect, developer of open-model of Ucadia systems based on historic truth, Cultural Parasitism, included in Acts of Evil, issued at unknown date

 

Strategies of Jesuit takeover
1.Demoralizing the public
2.Destabilizing civilization
3.Orchestrating crisis after crisis
4.Forcing legislation
5.Normalizing the population

 

Reference: ► Article William Dean A. Garner, US American biophysicist, US Army Ranger, corporate mercenary, parapolitical researcher, author, The Reptilian-Jesuits’ Five-Step Program For Destroying A Country, presented by truthseeker1313.com, 23. December 2013
Video: ► Documentary THE NEW WORLD ORDER – A 6000 Year History - 2013, UFOTV, Cutting Edge Films and UFO Video, Inc. Company, ©2013, YouTube film, 1:42:08 duration, posted 2. October 2013
Secret societies, ancient beliefs and the matrix of control infiltrated the political, military, economic, scientific, cultural, religious organisation to string the rope of the New World Order.
Audio: ► Interview with Karen Hudes, US American lawyer, economist, US Export Import Bank (1980-1985), senior counsel for the legal department of the World Bank (1986-2007), whistleblower, Solution suggestions from Karen Hudes – World Bank Whistleblower 10-25-13, presented by host Kimberley Jaeger, YouTube film, 1:05:47 duration, posted 8. November 2013
See also: ► Systemic acts of evil

Rise and fall of empires along the seven Cosmic Days

Succession of seven empires (3115 BC-2011 AD)
Cosmic DayTime periodName of the empireDuration
1st day3115-2721 BCFirst Dynasty of Egypt394 years
2nd day2325-1932 BCAkkadian Empire394 years
3rd day1538-1144 BCNew Kingdom of Egypt394 years
4th day749-355 BCAssyrian-Persian Empire394 years
5th day40-434 ADRoman Empire394 years
6th day829-1223German-Roman Empire394 years
7th day1617-2011British Empire and US Empire394 years
Source: ► Carl Johan Calleman, Ph.D., Swedish biologist, Mayan calendar and time researcher, author, The Sixth Wave of Creation, presented by The Yugas, Understanding History Through Knowledge of Man's Cycles, Facebook comment, 23. January 2017

 


 

Links zum Thema Geschichte / History

Literatur

Verbesserung des homo sapiens zum homo deus mittels Dataismus, Biotechnologie, Genmanipulation, KI im 21. Jahrhundert

Literature (engl.)

  • Norman O. Brown (1913-2002) Mexican US American emeritus professor of humanities, classicist, University of California, Santa Cruz, author, Life Against Death. The Psychoanalytical Meaning of History, 1959
  • William L. Shirer (1904-1993) US American war correspondent, journalist, author, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, Simon & Schuster, 1960, Ballantine Books, reissue edition 1. December 1991

Comprehensive historical interpretation of the Nazi era, positing that German history logically proceeded from Martin Luther to Adolf Hitler, that Hitler’s ascension to power was an expression of German national character, not of totalitarianism as an ideology that was internationally fashionable in the 1930s.

Three books on the history of revolutions ranging from early 19th century to mid 20th century

Alternative history of Western Civilization – asserting that the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition is based on a mistake

Book review, presented by magazine "Intersections. Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific", issue 22, October 2009
Sexual morality is a facet of living that undergoes periodic upheavals. Four major periods in Indian history when there were significant shifts in the collective social perception of sex and sexuality, and the associated customs and beliefs.

Evidence suggests that these outsiders shaped our religions, genes, technology, and cultures.

♦ Sphinx dates back much further than 2500 BCE ♦ Scientific evidence of advanced civilization predating ancient Egypt, Sumeria, and Greece ♦ 12,000-year-old megalithic complex of Göbekli Tepe ♦ Cataclysm nearly 12,000 years ago ♦ Last ice age ended abruptly in 9700 BCE due to coronal mass ejections from the Sun ♦ Earth devastating solar outbursts

Upgrading homo sapiens into homo deus via dataism, biotechnology, GMO, AI in the 21st century

Externe Weblinks


  • Chronologie: Vom Urknall bis Mitteldeutschland, präsentiert von Olaf Kneissl, undatiert   Link entfernt
  • Psychohistorie, präsentiert von ariplex.com, undatiert

External web links (engl.)


Map


Researcher

  • Metahistory.orgJohn Lash, US American self-educated scholar of comparative mythology, metahistoric researcher, mystic, author

Audio- und Videolinks

  • Video TV-Interview (engl./deutsche Übersetzung) mit Yuval Harari (*1976) israelischer Historiker, Universität von Jerusalem, Determinist, Monist, Autor, Ein Historiker erzählt die Geschichte von morgen, präsentiert von dem Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen SRF und 3Sat, wöchentliche Diskussionsrunde Sternstunde Philosophie, Gastgeberin Barbara Bleisch, YouTube Film, 56:35 Minuten Dauer, Sendetermin 14. April 2017, eingestellt 18. April 2017
  • Videointerview mit Prof. Dr. Ute Frevert (*1954) deutsche Historikerin, Direktorin des Forschungsbereichs "Geschichte der Gefühle", Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Berlin (*2008), Autorin, Machen Gefühle Geschichte?, präsentiert von den Schweizer Video Nachrichten Kanal NZZ Standpunkte, aufgenommen 12. Oktober 2014, YouTube Film, 50:04 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 29. August 2015

Audio- und Videolinks – Daniele Ganser

Audios und Videos von und mit Dr. phil. Daniele Ganser danieleganser.ch (*1972) Schweizer Historiker, Universität St. Gallen, NATO-Kenner, Experte für verdeckte geostrategische Kriegsführung, Energie- und Friedensforscher, Gründer und Leiter von Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research (SIPER) (*2011)
TypAngebotTitelVeranstalter ♦ Ort ♦ TerminDauerErscheinungsdatum
YouTube VideoÖffentliche VorlesungNATO/GLADIO
Teil 1 von 6
NATO/GLADIO
Teil 2 von 6
NATO/GLADIO
Teil 3 von 6
Universität Basel, 14. September 200914:34
15:25
14:28
19. April 2011
On November 5, 1990 a NATO spokesman said to an inquisitive press: "NATO has never contemplated guerrilla war or clandestine operations." The next day NATO officials admitted that the previous day's denial had been false, adding that the alliance would not comment on matters of military secrecy.
YouTube VideoÖffentliche VorlesungNATO/GLADIO
Teil 4 von 6
Universität Basel, 14. September 200915:2619. April 2011
Non-democratic NATO Chain of Command: Pentagon, Virginia, USA * NATO SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe), Casteau, Belgium * Secret services CIA (US) and MI6 (GB) * ACC (Allied Clandestine Committee) * CPC (Clandestine Planning Committee)
YouTube VideoÖffentliche VorlesungNATO/GLADIO
Teil 5 von 6
NATO/GLADIO
Teil 6 von 6
Universität Basel, 14. September 200914:36
14:41
19. April 2011
YouTube VideoÖffentliche VorlesungNATO/GLADIOUniversität Basel, 14. September 200945:4919. April 2011
YouTube VideoInterviewRessourcenkriege, Peak-Oil, Imperium USA, Teil 1 von 2
NATO-Terror, 9/11, Ausblick und Lösungsansätze, Teil 2 von 2
Deutsche Online-Plattform für investigativen Journalismus KenFM betrieben von dem Berliner Medienunternehmen sector_b und Ken Jebsen (*1966) deutsch-iranischer Fernseh- und Radiomoderator, seit 2011 freischaffender Reporter, Basel, Schweiz49:18
1:03:57
15. März 2014
19. März 2014
Zentrale Erkenntnis: "Wir befinden uns in einem Informationskrieg, und jeder, der über Zugang zum Netz verfügt, befindet sich an der Front."
YouTube VideoPräsentation10.AZK-Verdeckte Kriegsführung- Blick hinter die Kulissen der MachtpolitikAnti Zensur Koalition, 10. Anti-Zensur Konferenz, Gastgeber Ivo Sasek (*1956) Schweizer Laienprediger, Gründer von AZK, Autor, Schweiz,
26. Juli 2014
1:25:338. August 2014
YouTube VideoInterviewKenFM im Gespräch mit Dr. Daniele Ganser (August 2014)Deutsche Online-Plattform für investigativen Journalismus KenFM, Gastgeber Ken Jebsen (*1966) deutsch-iranischer Fernseh- und Radiomoderator, freischaffender Reporter (*2011)1:42:1913. August 2014
Die Geschichte wird von den Siegern geschrieben.
YouTube VideoInterviewKenFM-Spotlight: Dr. Daniele Ganser über die Nato-OsterweiterungDeutsche Online-Plattform für investigativen Journalismus KenFM, Gastgeber Ken Jebsen (*1966) deutsch-iranischer Fernseh- und Radiomoderator, freischaffender Reporter (*2011)8:037. März 2016
YouTube VideoInterviewGruppe42 im Dialog: Dr. Daniele Ganser – Frieden aus Geschichte lernenGruppe 42, Gastgeber David Kyrill55:52Gefilmt 25. September 2016
eingestellt 30. September 2016
YouTube VideoInterviewGanser über WTC 7, die JFK-files und die Souveränität Deutschlands, Teil 1Cashkurs.com unabhängige Finanzinforma-
tionsplattform von Dirk Müller, Reihe "Cashkurs-Leser fragen – interessante Persönlichkeiten antworten", Gastgeber Helmut Reinhardt
26:07Erstveröffentlicht 7. November 2017
Eingestellt4. Dezember 2017
YouTube VideoInterviewGanser über die JFK-files, die Energiever-
sorgung und illegale Kriege
, Teil 2
Dito25:36Erstveröffentlicht 8. November 2017
Eingestellt 5. Dezember 2017
YouTube VideoInterviewManipulationen der Presse und die Bevölkerungs-
entwicklung
, Teil 3
Dito23:43Erstveröffentlicht 9. November 2017
Eingestellt 6. Dezmber 2017
YouTube VideoInterviewIllegale Kriege – Wie die NATO-Länder die UNO sabotieren,Online TV-Sender Quer-Denken TV, Gastgeber Prof. Dr. Michael Vogt (*1953) deutscher Historiker, ehemals Honorarprofessor für Public Relations, Medien- und Kommunikationsmanagement, Publizist1:03:3528. November 2016
Die Charta der Vereinten Nationen verbietet Kriege mit nur zwei Ausnahmen: Selbstverteidigung beziehungsweise Krieg mit einem Mandat des UN-Sicherheitsrates. Im Zeitraum 1945-2016 beteiligten sich NATO-Länder an illegalen Kriegen in: Iran 1953, Guatemala 1954, Ägypten 1956, Kuba 1961, Vietnam 1964, Nicaragua 1981, Serbien 1999, Afghanistan 2001, Irak 2003, Libyen 2011, Ukraine 2014, Jemen 2015, Syrien 2015.

Audio and video links (engl.)


On the roots of creativity, differences between male and female perspectives, conclusions on the future

  • Audio interview with Scott Wolter, US American geologist, president of American Petrographic Services since 1990, author, Steven St. Clair, Runes Stones & American Explorers Lost History, presented by US American talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, Runes Stones & Lost History, host Ian Punnett (*1960) US American radio broadcaster, Episcopalian deacon, aired 9. August 2009, YouTube film, 1:21:38 duration, posted 12. January 2013
  • Video interview with Howard Zinn, Ph.D. (1922-2010) US American professor of political science, Boston University (1964-1988), progressive historian, social activist, playwright, author, You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, YouTube film, 1:00:19 duration, posted 19. May 2010
  • Video TV documentation The Silver Pharaoh, presented by US TV station PG, YouTube film, 53:10 minutes duration, posted 25. December 2010
  • Audio interview with Joseph P. Farrell (*1957) US American philosopher, adjunct professor of patristic theology and apologetics, California Graduate School of Theology, author on alternative history, historical revisionism, archaeology, and science/physics, Money and Deception – Babylon's Banksters, presented by US American blogtalkradio SHTF411 Radio, Thunderstruck Radio, host Sanchoe E. Jones, starting at minute ~30:00, 120:15 minutes duration, aired 24. January 2011
  • Audio interview with Scott Wolter, US American geologist, president of American Petrographic Services since 1990, author, The Hooked X, presented by US American blogtalkradio SHTF411 Radio, host Sanchoe E. Jones, aired 22. December 2010, YouTube film, 9:56 minutes duration, posted 11. January 2011
  • Video presentation by David Christian, US American historian of Russia and the Soviet Union, The history of our world in 18 minutes, transcript, presented by TED Talks, recorded March 2011, YouTube film, 17:40 minutes duration, posted 11. April 2011

Illustrated wide-angle look at complexity, complete history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the Internet

Creation of the U.S. National Security State during WW2, the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan, the real reasons behind the Cold War, the side-lining of 'the man who would be president', Henry A. Wallace (1888-1965) 33rd US American vice president (1941-1945), secretary of agriculture (1933-1940), secretary of commerce (1945-1946)

20 ancient civilizations planted pyramids around the globe starting some 50,000 years ago.

"In the Bosnian tunnel system they are finding all kinds of things that come from matriarchal times some 40,000 years ago."  Minute 41:40


Audio and video links (engl.) – Alison Weir

Returned from her investigative travels to Palestine, Alison Weir delivered probably the most cogent explanation of how Zionists conquered Palestine and called themselves Israel.

Going over the history of the Israeli occupation of Palestine, breaking the misconceptions about that conflict

Audio and video links (engl.) – Graham Hancock

Audios and videos on archeo-astronomy featuring Graham Hancock grahamhancock.com (*1950) British archeo-astronomist, shamanic seeker, journalist, author of novel Entangled
TypeOfferingHeadingSponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
YouTube videoInterviewSetting History FreeHost David Wilcock1:37:3625. May 2010
Topics discussed: Ark of the Covenant, Great Pyramids, Egyptian megalithic sites of unknown origin, underwater ruins and artefacts of an ancient civilization (possibly Atlantis) around 12,500 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age, Angkor in Cambodia, Baalbeck in the Lebanon
YouTube videoPresentationElves, Aliens, Angels and AyahuascaNorth American book tour 2010, The Eyedrum, Atlanta, Georgia, presented by disinfo.com, 3. September 20101:09:5526. October 2010
YouTube videoInterviewAncient civilisations ♦ Visionaries ♦ Human ConsciousnessProject Camelot, founder, CEO, host Kerry Cassidy, filmed during Hancock's book tour across the U.S., Los Angeles, California, 6. October 20101:40:085. November 2010
YouTube videoInterview
presentation
Interview on Ancient Mysteries 1:08:3310. January 2012

Audio and video links (engl.) – Tony Kilvert

Audios and videos on hidden pyramid technology featuring Tony Kilvert, British researcher of hidden knowledge
TypeOfferingHeadingSponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
YouTube videoInterviewTony Kilvert on Hidden Knowledge ~ The Pyramids, part 1 of 3
Part 2 of 3
Part 3 of 3
British web TV station Richplanet TV, host Richard D. Hall, British electrical and electronic engineer, London19:07
20:21
17:51
Aired 11. March 2011
Posted 12. July 2011
5. July 2015
5. July 2015
The Ark of The Covenant was/is a piece of advanced energy technology similar to John Searls SEG generator.

Audio and video links (engl.) – Semir Osmanagich

Audios and videos featuring Semir Osmanagić, Ph.D. [Sam Osmanagich] (*1960) Bosnian archeologist, principal investigator, founder and director of the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun Foundation, owner of a metalworking company in Houston, Texas

The Bosnian Valley of Pyramids near the town of Visoko, Visocica Hill, is the first European pyramid site to be discovered in the heart of Bosnia.

TypeOfferingHeadingSponsor ♦ LocationDurationRelease date
YouTube audioInterviewBosnian Pyramid! ABC Houston coverageUS American TV station abc134:388. May 2007
YouTube audioInterview
7 parts; playlist
Bosnian Pyramid & New PhysicsUS American web talk radio show Coast to Coast AM, host Rob Simone, aired 28. December 20101 hour, 38 minutes30. December 2010
YouTube videoInterviewSandie interviews Sam OsmanagichVirtualLight Broadcast, host Sandie Sedgbeer, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 201325:3126. February 2013
The Bosnian pyramids are the first in Europe.
The Bosnian pyramid complex, discovered in 2005, are the oldest16 and the biggest and largest on the planet.
The cardinal sides of the Bosnian pyramids have the most precise orientation on the planet.
The concrete of the Bosnian pyramids is better than the best available concrete nowadays.
Underneath the Bosnian pyramids is the most extensive, prehistorical network of tunnels and chambers ever found.
In the Bosnian pyramid tunnels they have discovered huge cermaric blocks weighing in excess of 18,000 pounds.
YouTube videoInterviewThe Lost Pyramids Of Bosnia – Sam Osmanagich PhD 8:095. July 2013
YouTube audioInterview
Documentary
The Bosnian Pyramids of the sunTestimonial of unnamed British co-researcher and witness57:0625. July 2013
YouTube videoPresentation"Hidden History"Fourth International Scientific Conference on Bosnian Pyramids "Hidden History 2013", Sarajevo, 4-7 September 20132:02:044. October 2013

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Die Bevölkerungszahl Hispaniolas sank von geschätzten 400.000 bis 1 Million zur Zeit der ersten Entdeckungsfahrt auf zirka 100.000 im Jahr 1504. Bis 1514 sank ihre Zahl auf 22.000, und 1542 waren es laut Las Casas "kaum noch 200", die am Leben waren. Robert H. Fuson, deutscher Herausgeber, Das Logbuch des Christoph Kolumbus. Die authentischen Aufzeichnungen des großen Entdeckers, Gustav Lübbe Verlag, Bergisch Gladbach, 1989

2 Suggesting vice president Dick Cheney, US government, and Wall Street were aware and colluded with the 9/11 perpetrators

3 Free copy PDF [1.867 KB]

4 See also Cult of Saturn – pillar of patriarchy – Jordan Maxwell

5 Correlating the right hemisphere with the left hemisphere – Iain McGilchrist

6 The development of Social Media – Peter Kruse

7 The CTIA (trade association for the wireless industry) report released in 2013 stated 2.19 trillion text messages were sent and received in 2012, about 5 percent less than in 2011. In comparison, MMS (multimedia messages) that include photos and videos, grew by 41% to 74.5 billion in 2012; cited in: Article Disruptions: Social Media Images Form a New Language Online, presented by the US American daily newspaper The New York Times, Nick Bilton, 30. June 2013

8 Robertino Solàrion, An Introduction To Galactic Mathematics

9 History of Joan of Arc, presented by historyworld.net

10 Plato authored The Republic in 360 BC. It is a blueprint for tyrannical systemic philosophical control. 'The Big Lie' (which differs at each level: the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual) is a hypnotic propaganda technique, rooted in Plato's 'Noble Lie,' a myth knowingly told by the elite to maintain social control.

11 Isaac Newton's occult studies

12 Famous Freemasons

13 Mozart and Freemasonry

14 Initial List of 33rd Degree Masons

15 Printed as the Great Seal of the United States (effective since 1782) on the US Dollar bill

16 ~Age of Bosnian pyramids dating back 28,000 years as confirmed via carbon testing performed in 2013

 

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