The Rise and Fall of Empires

The Rise and Fall of Empires

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The Sacking of Rome

The flow of History contains many rhythms and themes. The rise and fall of empires is one of the most obvious. Since ancient times, a pattern of the rise and fall of societies, of both Great and Lesser Empires, can be traced. The rise and decline cycle is true of all the ancient empires we know.

A cursory look at history reveals no empire or great nation has permanently endured through the ages. A pattern the Occult Hierarchy wish to break by the New World Order‘s establishment: they intend the Kingdom of Antichrist to not only be free of God’s presence but also eternal.

Why do empires rise? Why do they fall? Do great nations and empires across time and space share common characteristics in their rise and fall?

A modern interpretation is:

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For historians, from the ancient Thucydides and Herodotus to the modern Gibbon, Spengler, Toynbee, Glubb and Hobsbawm, the rise and fall of empires is an enduring leitmotif.

One does not have to be a professional historian to see that Western Civilisation is in irreversible decline; that the United States of America, once the 20th century’s lone superpower, is collapsing before our very eyes.

One does need, however, the requisite historical eye to perceive the cause of this collapse. To understand that Western Christian Civilisation‘s fall is very different than all other civilisation collapses in history.

Moreover, to comprehend that the civilisation founded upon the Christ Impulse released from the Cross at Calvary, which brought the modern world into being, is victim to an age-old conspiracy. That it has fallen to the five thousand year old Luciferian Conspiracy for World Government some call the New World Order.


Time and History: Linear not Cyclic

Various theories posit different arguments to explain empire and societal collapse. A situation that highlights the Problem with History and History Writing.

History is the study of past events, but the relations between past, present, and future are subject to opinion and interpretations. Subjective interpretations based mainly on what “time” is, namely, is it cyclic or linear and is there Orderliness in Time?

Time is usually perceived through happened (“become”) or happening events (“becoming”); that time is moving from one moment to another. That there is a distinct arrow of time pointing in one direction … Time’s Arrow that confirms time’s irreversible flow.

That time flows in one direction and not two is often called “arrow-of-time question.”

Scientists have tried to rule out the backward flow of time by way of nature’s preference for disorder, by entropy’s unfolding. Nature transforms the neat into the messy, a one-way progression many scientists have used to define time’s direction.


Time is linear moving along the line with events marked as “past,” “present,” and “future.”

Although linear and directional, within time there are cycles and repeating patterns, day and night, the four seasons (spring, summer, autumn, and winter) and the Moon’s phases, for examples.

God’s creation has order and pattern that containing cycles: phenomena that unfold sequentially but with a repeating pattern because Creation’s overarching principle is LINEAR TIME.



There are many cycles in nature humans had perceived since time immemorial, saw a cyclical order in what happened around them, and concluded that time is cyclic. During almost all of human history, most of the mankind believed that time was cyclic. Many eastern societies still believe that time and history are cyclical..

Linear Time was a gift from Hebrews, the true Israelites.

The Holy Bible is the Word of God in written form and time’s arrow flies swiftly from Genesis to Revelation. From the very beginning, God makes plain the linear time viewpoint. In “The Creation” given in Genesis the phases of creation were done sequentially, day by day, and on the “seventh day God rested.”

No cycles, no re-creating, time is absolutely linear.

Linear history is dominant in the Bible and Christianity.

Christianity’s advances in Europe and Christendom’s rise meant the acceptance of linear time as one of the cornerstones of Western Civilisation. Since Western Christian Civilisation create the modern world, a massive shift from the ancient cyclical time viewpoint to the linear time viewpoint was inevitable.


Time has Quality as well as Quantity

Time in modern materialist science only relates to quantity (it has duration, length, etc) and never quality, yet in it’s fullest sense it is an expression of both characteristics. The ancients understood this and that is why, for instance, in ancient Greece, the philosophers spoke of time that had quantity (“chronos”) and time that possessed a polar opposition, quality (“kairos”).

Time has both quantity and quality but in today’s rational materialist world quantity has become time’s prime aspect: in the ancient world, it was the reverse; quality was the more important.

Behind manifest reality, there are a limited number of units or “prima;l ideas” used by the Divine Powers to create Form. The necessary information required to allow matter to acquire Form. Before Form there has to be the Idea, which is non-physical and existing apart from any conscious beings.

Without the Idea there cannot be the Form: without the Idea of a stone, a tangible stone can never manifest itself. Concepts and ideas are always in existence before their material representations. A prerequisite represented in the Bible thus:

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”John 1:1

The ‘Word’ is the Divine Intelligence, the Divine Will, which is Divine Thought or the Idea of Creation.


Divine Thoughts, or archetypal Ideas, are eternal and constant:

“Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear”

Heb. 11:3.

“While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal”

2 Cor. 4:18.


Archetypal Ideas are pure conceptual entities. Because the world of pure concept is very difficult for man to appreciate and understand, esoteric wisdom uses the concept of ‘Primal Ideas’ or “Primal Principles.”


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