Origins of the New World Order: How the Empires of the Ancient World Were Created by an Event in Pre-History
Part I of the 'New World Order' Series by Neil Pitts.An historical account of the fall of the Old World and rise of a new world-order. Describes how the closure of the land bridge between Siberia and Alaska at the end of the last ice-age had a major impact on civilization, creating a new world-order through a series of empires which lead to Persia, Greece and Rome. In chapters which correspond with each period, from pre-history, up to and including the rise of Christ. The way in which this book develops takes us through the whole of the ancient world, showing how it's whole history stems from the pre-fall period, which it is possible now to see, following developments in archaeology and radiocarbon dating in the twentieth century. Using quotations from deciphered ancient texts, and experts who have documented the different periods, it shows how empires were constructed according to the conditions which sprang up around them. It takes us comprehensively through the history of human society up to the time of Christ, and includes Christianity in an explanation of how the world entered the Middle Ages.Forthcoming Parts II and III explain how the Middle Ages worked and how it became the modern period, along with what human problems it is possible for governements to now solve, based on the fact that we have inherited social structures from the past.
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This book has now been re released as the 2014 edition at Selz.com and is a remarkably different book. While the first edition looked like it had been run through a self-publishing company to get it formatted, this book has clearly had the influence of a literary agent and been through considerable review processes. Please ignore 'trolling' reviews like the one someone has posted here on google - people who are trying to establish scientific facts about history understand the opposition we face.
The author's basic thesis is flawed and untenable - not supported by actual history either. The book itself, based on the Amazon "Look inside", is dry and hard to read. Conclusions seldom follow premises, and the whole experience is immensely tedious. At the asking price, this is not worth buying anyway - many great books go for $0.99 or similarly low prices on Amazon.
Worse still, the author is rude and aggressive when questioned on the content of his book - resorting to issuing threats against those who question him. He came to an online discussion board with the sole aim of plugging his book, and on being dissected, started issuing threats such as..
"If this site fails to act, then I will go to the relevant Internet authorities.
You don't speak to me like that, you drugged-up Internet troll.!
Seriously - avoid this book, and any of the threatened sequels.