Blog/History

Does Society Turn More Violent During its End Times?

QUESTION: Is MMA the new Roman Colosseum? I’m a layman in history but didn’t blood sports rise in popularity during Rome’s decline? Now everyone [...]

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Why Has the USA been “Pinnacle of Global Success”

To the shock of everyone in politics and economics who can’t get enough socialism and want to bash that the disparity of income is so evil, these Marxists are [...]

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Roman Republic’s Debt Crisis & Led to it’s Collapse

  QUESTION: You said that Imperial Rome did not have a national debt nor central banks. Did Rome ever have debts that were not private? JY ANSWER: Yes. In all [...]

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New Discovery Proves History Books Were WRONG!

  I have previously written how the academics have REFUSED to revise history even when the evidence has been right in their face. I have previously written [...]

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The Greek Dark Age & Climate Change

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You mentioned that the environment was the primary cause of the Greek Dark age between the Heroic and Hellenistic periods. Can you [...]

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Understanding the New Age of Inflation

QUESTION: As an avid reader of your daily BLOG, I’m well aware of the attempt to abolish cash, potential freezing of bank accounts, years of negative or near [...]

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Did Victory Become our Guardian Angel?

QUESTION: I was told that Michael the Arc Angel was fashioned after Victory. Is that true? ANSWER: Well it is hard to say that he specifically was fashioned after [...]

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Marriage on the Decline but So is Divorce?

The big hoopla is that the divorce rate has declined among Millennials. University of Maryland professor Philip Cohen found that from 2008 to 2016, the U.S. divorce [...]

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The Treasure Fleet that Sunk & Set in Motion the Decline of Spain

There is little doubt that Spain was once the Financial Capital of the West. Their discovery of America produced mountains of gold and silver to the point that they [...]

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Hoard of Roman Gold Found from the Last Days of Rome

There were more than 100 gold Roman coins discovered in a buried hoard in the Cressoni theatre in Como, north of Milan. What I have examined from the photographs [...]

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