Ancient Mysteries, Fake Academia, False History

Imperial Rome: New York City

America is Babylon and New York City is the jewel in its crown. God only knows who originally founded New York City and what it looked like back in day when we supposedly didn’t have cameras. Who really knows how old some of those antique photos of the city skyline really are. All I know is that New York’s skyline was filled with immense skyscrapers at such an early point in history that the mainstream historical narrative surrounding the origins of the city makes absolutely no sense at all and I believe that cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco were founded much much earlier than they lead on and were part of this massive global civilization that is often referred to as “Tartarian”, but that’s certainly not right and that term simply serves as a placeholder for a culture who’s identity we are still trying to decode from the depths of what evidence still remains for us to evaluate.


Imperial Rome: New York City

“If I’d lived in Roman times, I’d have lived in Rome. Where else? Today America is the Roman Empire and New York is Rome itself.”

That’s what John Lennon said. I don’t know whether he meant it literally or not but I’m guessing you don’t just get to be a Beatle unless you’re already an “insider” so he probably did knew that New York City is Rome, just like I’m saying.


LEFT: Artist’s depiction of Ancient Rome. RIGHT: New York City.

Is it true that the Imperial capital wasn’t just one place but moved around a couple times over the years? Yes. It’s also true that Chas Newby was a member of the Beatles at one point. Does it matter? No.


You may be thinking that if any American city would be Rome it would be Washington D.C., what with its Capitol Hill and its majesterial Treasury building. Actually, Washington is the “Greek” city Alexandria (which fact it’s not really even trying to hide). So for instance the Library of Alexandria is the Library of Congress, etc.


New York City has several enormous triumphal arches within its boundaries, as seen above (in Greenwich village and Brooklyn, respectively). I’m not sure what their exact purpose is but they are definitely Roman.


Also Roman: The “Great Roman Hippodrome” (above).


You know where all those skulls and bones in the fake-Rome Italian catacombs came from? They’re the soldiers that Napoleon killed once they were finished building all those fake relics.


If there are any genuine Roman antiquities in Rome (no, Papal tiaras don’t count) it’s only because they were taken from somewhere else.


Not only the Celebration but the book with that illustration of the Celebration (above, left) came out before the park was “created.” I used to think that that Frederick Law Olmstead guy must be some kind of landscape-architect hero. What a dummy I was. Live and learn I guess.


It’s the same statue. It’s not even debatable.


ABOVE: The new, “enlightened” head-piece for the statue was parked at Madison Square for a while. RIGHT: Two artists’ depictions of Lucifer.


This photo was supposedly taken during the Civil War, which predates the bridge’s official construction date by about twenty-five years. I don’t know how old the bridge actually is but 1) it looks pretty old, and 2) they had that David McCullough guy put together a Pulitzer-worthy book report on it so it’s probably older than they say it is.


New York City used to have a lot of those superior old buildings all over the place, all of which have yielded to the remorseless glare of Father Time and crumbled into dust. I’m just kidding. They were all burned down by Freemasons.


How old is this money that it has Roman Numerals on it?


The Peutinger map of Rome (above) is supposed to depict (additionally) a strip of land running between Spain and the eastern tip of Asia. Konrad Miller made some “improvements” to the map in order to make this more clear. And, big surprise, his version is the only one that you’re allowed to see. “Thanks,” Konrad. But if you can suppress for a second the ludicrous idea that the map depicts 11,000 miles of terrain, house-by-house, you might see a straitforward representation of Manhattan island (above).


The World Trade Center, catastrophically bombed on September 11, 2001, was built right on top of the old starfort located by the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan. It seems like someone has a grudge against Rome…

Now I know what you’re thinking. What about the Rome in Italy? Isn’t that Rome Rome?

Not only is Rome not Rome, but, historically-speaking, Italy isn’t even Italy. For instance, the Venice and Genoa that fought like three hundred wars against each other back in the fourteenth century were, geographically at least, South American. (And a consequence of my theory would be that pizza actually is American).


So Terrafirma turns out to be in Venezuela…I guess that works out.


I guess it’s was a good thing (for the interests of fake-history, I mean) that Central America and Italy look pretty much the same from certain angles.


Does the official narrative suffer from a decisive climatological discrepancy? Not anymore. I mean, who hasn’t heard of a miniature ice age? It’s like a full-size ice-age but provides greater flexibility and allows a bigger story to be told.


Now if you want to get into the transitional nitty-gritty of Rome vis a vis The American Republic then you’ll want to look into the Spanish Netherlands and the Belgii Foederati. *


You may even be able to pull a piece of information from the depths of the historical mire that doesn’t just contradict the narrative but pours five hundred gallons of pancake syrup into its gas tank.


Back in 1596, for instance, the Spanish laid seige to a city in the Hulst district of the Dutch province of Zeeland—known today (and then) as Stockton, California. You can still see the outline of the starforts.

So much for the 49ers…


(I would say that Latin seems to be a pretty superior language except for its pain-in-the-butt nominal declension scheme so makes fifty variations and hence fifty search terms for any word-pair.)

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