May 8, 2011

The Golden Age, Psychopathy and the Sixth Extinction | Cassiopaea

The Golden Age, Psychopathy and the Sixth Extinction | Cassiopaea: "discontinuities due to cataclysmic disruption which can make it so easy for ruthless individuals to seize power and re-create the past according to the needs of the present.
As I pointed out in Witches, Comets and Planetary Cataclysms the falsification of history that Fomenko has clearly identified occurred at the end of 300 years of disaster piled on disaster beginning with the decimation of the population of Europe by the Black Death. This certainly fits Zinoviev’s model that, at a certain point, the old, distorted representation of history no longer serves and a new legitimation of authority is required to restore peace and keep the masses under control. What Fomenko notes is that the temporal and spatial parameters of much later times were imposed on the stories of the more distant past, but that does not entirely invalidate those stories; it just means that things were re-established and what was familiar to the ‘trained specialists’ was utilized to give the new view of the past a more realistic ‘feel’."

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