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    Posted: 12 Mar 2014 at 16:49
The one thing we all have in common is that we all look at world and cannot say where events came from - I believe this is because a new world-order arose in the ancient world, which has since become hidden to modern people by the way in which subsequent periods of history were built on top. It has taken us through many thousands of years of human history, but, now I believe that we finally have proof of its existence. You will start off saying, no, it isn't, I don't believe it, but, the more you read of this the more you will start to see that 1. there is no other rational explanation, and, 2. That this theory is, in fact reflected in society throughout the ages - in other words, the way in which events are still happening actually agrees with it! 3. Other philosophers and artists, writers, religions and great leaders make references to it in their speeches, actions, laws and literature.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote fantasus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Mar 2014 at 08:51
Any discussion about "forces" of history I welcome, but we should not expect each other to buy any particular items - not even books.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Northman Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Mar 2014 at 13:14
Originally posted by Neil Pitts Neil Pitts wrote:

I have research which shows clearly that a new world order originated on the border between pre-history and history, and created the empires of the ancient world.

I have recently published a book on it, and built a website - http://elafrera.wix.com/originsnewworldorder

Will people please either refute this, or buy my work... It took a long time to do, and I think it's only fair that I can make enough money to write the second book in the Middle Ages and modern period.

Like fantasus said - this place is not for the members to make ads - or a market for selling anything.
But you did that anyways... in violation of the Code of Conduct.

About fairness..
I think I have spent more time to maintain this website since 2004 than you have spent writing your book...   so to keep up your thinking patterns of fairness, I think it's only fair if you pay for your ad - not to me but to to the community. 

You can pay/donate through PayPal - I think 10£ a month could be fair...

The PayPal account email for donations is ae.donations@gmail.com

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Captain Vancouver Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Mar 2014 at 13:41
Originally posted by Northman Northman wrote:

Originally posted by Neil Pitts Neil Pitts wrote:

I have research which shows clearly that a new world order originated on the border between pre-history and history, and created the empires of the ancient world.

I have recently published a book on it, and built a website - http://elafrera.wix.com/originsnewworldorder

Will people please either refute this, or buy my work... It took a long time to do, and I think it's only fair that I can make enough money to write the second book in the Middle Ages and modern period.

Like fantasus said - this place is not for the members to make ads - or a market for selling anything.
But you did that anyways... in violation of the Code of Conduct.

About fairness..
I think I have spent more time to maintain this website since 2004 than you have spent writing your book...   so to keep up your thinking patterns of fairness, I think it's only fair if you pay for your ad - not to me but to to the community. 

You can pay/donate through PayPal - I think 10£ a month could be fair...

The PayPal account email for donations is ae.donations@gmail.com

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Hi, my name is Neil Pitts.

I am an author and have studied extensively the structure of scientific and social theory. I have recently written a book on New World Order theory and, aim to prove that it is not a conspiracy theory, but, a political and economic reality which has its roots in the ancient world. I have 100 free copies of the book to give away and can bring a massive debate about the way in which the structure of civilisation formed in the ancient world to this website.

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I have re-written this post as a question... And, although it does refer to a piece of work
I have written, I have offered to give away 100 copies for free (below)... The problem is that this argument is incredibly large and I may end up having to host my own website...

May I ask if anyone has heard or read of a theory in which 'the origins of a new world order appeared on the border between pre-history and history as a response to the closure of the land-bridge between Alaska and Siberia due to rising sea levels at the end of the last ice age (around 14,000 BC), which caused Europe to become closer to the Americas than where the major settlements were in the east - and the Europeans recolonised the Americas as a result?' I have just come across it in my research into early social structures, and published a piece of work on it (called 'Origins of the New World Order'). Basically, what seems to have happened is that it caused the isolation of the people in the Americas and, a reciprocal reaction in the rest of the world which produced a new type of empire to emerge out of Africa which eventually produced the Four Monarchies and 'fall' of the old world. In my view, it completely explains ancient world-history, and there are no other theories which fit. Can anyone tell me why it does not appear to be common knowledge? Am I the first person to write about it in a modern, scientific sense?

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No need to remove anything - your "crime" is in the less offending category, and that's why I half jokingly made you aware of the rules here. 
Normally we delete posts and ban the poster directly for advertising, but your work is of course related to what we discuss here and that's why I let it slide.

However, if you consider the subject to be "Alternative History", you should open the discussion in that forum to give it the full attention to the members:   Alternative History

Welcome to World Historia, Neil

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Thanks, Northy

One thing I do appreciate is a bit of discrimination - this is my first time blogging, and I have had a very difficult time developing this theory at the British Universities, because there's such a class divide - one half of them don't want to discuss Isaac Newton in case it breaks the official secrets act and the other half of them smokes me tabs and drinks me beer before going off for a good old hard working career in mechanical engineering. So, I've spent most of the last ten years with my nose in a book, and now I can definitely describe this new world order thing, in terms of the way it occurs for you, if you would all like to know.



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I'd just like to point out that this is one of the few soliciting cases that has ever been resolved productively. Welcome to the forum, Neil Pitts!

I wish I had more time to respond in the thread here, but know that I'll be reading it avidly. It sounds interesting.

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Thanks guys, you are showing all the signs of being the intelligent members of your species. What I'm really trying to do is make people aware of the idea because it comes from a load of research I was doing at university. I could write some stuff about my background, and how it happened:

My background is that I grew up on a small town in the south of England. I studied Modern History, English and European, Economics and Politics at Peter Symmonds’ college, Winchester, but, found that these subjects in themselves were not actually giving students an adequate understanding of how the world works, which I felt we needed for adult life. The college was prestigious, and I networked extensively with the sons and daughters of television presenters and diplomats to find out the no-one really had a fundamental understanding of the whole world, and was told that we all study bits of it in order to make a contribution to our field, that is, if we get into University. I was young and, obviously, naive, and with no real understanding of how the world worked myself, but, I believed it was a fair observation to make that nobody was even trying to understand ‘the world’ as such, and could see that if this situation continued into adult life, then the Universities are simply not producing people who are fit for society. I dropped out, came back the next year to gather more information, and dropped out again, taking AS Classics, Art and GCSE Photography. Then I went to Eastleigh technical college and studied Psychology and Philosophy. Then English Literature at Park Lane College, Leeds. Then, back to Eastleigh to study Physics and Mathematics. This enabled me to see a broad range of ideas which spanned many fields and, I began to write on philosophy, psychology and prose. I lived for six months with an artist friend in Wales, and, reading more obscure texts like the Tibetan Book of the Dead Fritjof Capra’s ‘Tao of Physics’, books on the Kabbalah, Magic, Eliphas Levi, Aliester Crowley, Gareth Knight, Carlos Castaneda, the New Age, Amerindian Shamanism, Witchcraft and Paganism. I could see that there a fundamental difference existed between Eastern and Western culture which seemed to feature the fact that Western thought was more scientific and philosophical, while Eastern was more cultural and religious, and, after reading more widely, had come to see divides between societies as something quite superficial. I eventually won a scholarship to the University of Leeds from Dr. Keith Jones, the senior admissions tutor, when I found a way of crossing the two, and suggested looking at the Religious equivalent of the idea of Singularity in Physics and, thereby mixing Eastern and Western cultures together (which appears in Physics as the point which the universe arises from, and thus shows how it came into existence). While I was there I had the opportunity to talk with many lecturers about the ‘great’ theories in physics, which, they said, tend to emerge from each other. They had a phrase for the way new theories were developed, they called, “Standing on the shoulders of giants.” I wondered what it was in the nature of progress that caused this to happen, and, researching into the history and structure of scientific theory I found that it was not consistent with a single period of historical development. That is, if we follow modern science back into the Middle Ages, we can see the fall out between the Church and Science resulting from the Copernican model of the Universe, which proposed the Sun at its centre. The problem of this is, if we wished to explain why this occurred, then we must show why Copernicus proposed the Sun was the centre, and why the Church put the Earth at the centre in the first instance. I could see that physical theory progressed into the modern period as Sir Isaac Newton then created frames of reference relating the movement of physical matter to the amount of energy it possessed as a result of its motion, and, after reading Einstein’s book “Relativity, the Special and General Theory”, could see how this led to his famous equation, E=mc 2 (energy equals mass times the speed of light squared), as the next step was to describe a direct relationship between energy and matter. It occurred to me that it would be possible to trace the structure of science back into the ancient world and, this would give me a broader view, from which I could see what I wanted to do with my career. Maybe I would be able to see where the next great theory was coming from, but, at least it would enable me to fit in somewhere. As this enabled me to look at the world in periods of history, I could see that globalisation in the late twentieth century explained why I found myself attempting to unite Eastern and Western ideas. However, I could not see any way to understand the world purely through scientific theory, and saw that I may have to look at social, political and even religious doctrines to find the answers I needed. By this point, though, my work had moved away from Physics and I decided to leave Leeds at the end of the year.
Although I sat in most of my lectures, my heart had moved elsewhere, and after two years of expanding my notes in general, I was able to find a course in the social sciences at the University of Winchester. This showed me enough about the fundamental structure of human society as a whole for me to see that there was a particular structure to the modern period, which revealed that its basis in material culture was not consistent with a single phase of development, and, this explained how the structure of scientific theory followed along particular lines during the period leading up to the present, but, still left us without a general theory of how the world had come to be what it is today. So, I could see that it must be theoretically possible to trace the history of society back in terms of events, but, to my surprise, I was now on the trail of a General Theory of History. However, I thought, having come all this way to advance my knowledge and build a better theory, I must follow through, because now I am in the sort of territory where I might find interesting things to publish.
So, using a combination of being able to recognise continuity in mathematical structures, and seeing where periods of history are in the map, I eventually created a project which could examine social structures as far back as pre-history. My final year tutor by this point was the world-famous accountant Dr. Pete Crossley (who was the finance manager in the building of Canary Wharf Tower, and, performed the $2bn Barings Bank Audit). I explained to him the research I brought down from Leeds and that, having spent a long time studying, I would like to write a book for my thesis which I could then publish. With his extensive knowledge of working in the world-economy, he drew up a five-point plan for the idea, which included an extensive review of existing literature, which I then followed. After his departure from academia later that year, I received help with my thesis from Dr. Paul Sheeran, an economist who introduced me to reading Thomas Kuhn, Immanuel Wallerstein and Karl Marx and writes on Bubble Theory, and Dr. Loykie Lomine, an award winning sociologist and postmodernist, who helped me to create a project which at first attempted to explain the growth of society through Scientific Paradigms (self-consistent sets of beliefs which represented a continuity in terms of ideas which I could then put together with events to show different periods). This would enable me to put structures together in a way which showed the whole and enable me to describe the state of science today, so I could continue with my original research. However, it was what this revealed about history that surprised me! What appeared in the research was that the continuity in scientific ideas appeared within different societies in ways which only seemed to correlate with their ideas in terms of religious beliefs, more than scientific ideas themselves had a continuity in their own right. So, for a while I was completely lost in terms of being able to find an explanation for how events actually occurred. After I graduated in 2005, I could see that I would have to look back deep into periods of history to find a scientific explanation for how human societies had developed which would allow me to show how scientific development had occurred. I started reading more heavyweight texts, trying to find anything I had missed, I had already read Relativity by Einstein, so I tried looking back through the history of Mathematics to see if there were any uses of formulas which would show how societies evolved. As, I found I was trying to piece together a complete picture in terms of individual societies, I could see that there were complete breaks at certain points in terms of the continuity which existed between different periods of scientific development. For example, at a certain point in the ancient world, The Empire of Alexander the Great completely invaded and destroyed Persia, along with much of the East, then collapsed. This appeared to have caused the whole world-order of the time to collapse. So, I began looking for any theories which explained how human society had developed in general, as this may enable me to explain how science fitted in. I began looking for all sorts of different, but, recognisable continuities in terms of human culture, so that I could then see science in its place, and could see many, including the politics of empire, religion, art, scientific knowledge, writing and language.
So, as I got into tracing events back and cross referencing where they had originated from, I found that there were various continuities in science and language, and many small ones which seemed to link empires, yet, they not seem to explain the existence of any single society. As I was looking for a way in which they had evolved in general, a pattern appeared which seemed to show a continuity in religion, which appeared out of Egypt and into Mesopotamia, which then made sense in terms of how Persia created a new period of history, but, it only made sense according to one model, and, which I have described in these pages. Because of the way in which settled societies developed in proportion to each other, that is, we can see changes in one reflected in the others, it seemed to me that there had been far-reaching consequences from the closure of the land bridge between Siberia and Alaska around 14,000 BC which had resulted in a change in the way events occurred. When I looked at this further, I could see that it was because Europe had become closer to the Americas than where Asia had been directly joined to it by land, and, the proof of it was in terms of how subsequent societies then fitted together. It was then that everything seemed to fit, and also doctrines which appeared in the later periods like the Fall of the Old World, and, the Four Monarchies Theory (the latter appears in the Bible, Book of Daniel and Thomas Aquinas’ early Christian writings).
After that it was a case of proving it, by describing events in terms of how they occurred, and whether or not I could describe the development of civilisation according to the pattern which seemed logical once you could see it, and began looking for something in the development of human culture that showed how a set of ideas had spread which correlated with events. I found that the major ideas in ancient world-society seemed to disappear back into Egypt, and noticed a change in the role of religion in the ancient world, which correlated with a huge pattern in society and religion which was divided between the way in which ideas developed in the very earliest periods, which predominantly represented the way individual societies had developed, while the new empires whose origins disappeared back into Egypt seemed to use a prescriptive method to design religion in a way which directed the course of their societies. It seemed to be such a clear divide, and must have been the product of the way a whole new world-order had emerged. It was then that I could see a pattern appeared which was not a single social structure, but, involved many structures which appeared out of Egypt, and generated empires in Mesopotamia, Persia, Greece, and Rome and, no doubt, future periods of history from there. Looking then at how modern archaeologists and anthropologists have only fairly recently (in the 20th Century) recovered and deciphered text from those areas, which were largely destroyed in what we call the Fall of the Old World, I could see where our missing theory was, in modern people having not worked out enough about these ancient societies to show how their culture evolved.
I am now presenting to you what must have been the story of these ancient civilisations, in a way which connects up with the generally accepted histories which we know about Persia, Greece and Rome, as documented by respected historians (whom I have quoted and commented on in the text). It sheds much new light on many ideas of the great philosophers of the ancient world, the psychology of the great leaders and the ideas of society and religion which should stimulate some interesting new debates. I hope you will agree with me that the implications of this are massive, in terms of how historians can now start to fill in more of the missing pieces from history, and for theories of human development in general.


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So, it was developed in a logical way, which involved a serious study of many arguments.

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