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To discover the present whereabouts of the Cult of Aton we need look no further than the Vatican in Rome. It is from popes ("white" and "black") and from their hired lieutenants that the insidious lies of history come, the most ludicrous of which insisted creation's history to be a mere 5,000 years old. If we find concocted history, faked biography, spurious gospel accounts, rivaling factions (all professing uniqueness), massacred civilizations, looted lands, immolated martyrs, condemned free-thinkers, tortured rebels, and indoctrinated masses unaware of the sick theological lies they and their forefathers have been ingesting, we should know from what vile source it all emanates. We must endeavor to expose this corruption while inquiring into its strange origins. We must also waste no time arming ourselves with knowledge to fend off the insidious effects of this inhuman leviathan that grows ever more powerful from our ignorance and compliance.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

As a whole, we historians have not done very well in using Biblical stories to write our history with. If one feels bound to understand the history of Israel as a revision of the Bible's traditions, one must admit the near total lack of warrant that these stories have for being accepted as historical

Thomas L. Thompson / <cite>The Mythic Past: Biblical Archaeology and the Myth of Israel (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

A historical event takes place once at a particular time and at a particular place. A mythological event is not so constrained. It can take place in the same manner anywhere at any time. A myth is beyond time and space.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

People of today laugh at these things because they know the facts, but people of future generations will not know and therefore they will accept them as true history.

Geraldus Cambrensis / <cite>The Conquest of Ireland (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

When we contemplate the mysteries of time and history, we see how everything that exists came into being for a reason. It is only intellectual lethargy, and the passage of time, that allows fallacies to appear before us in the guise of facts. Indeed, all that is required for a historical lie to be accepted as historical truth is the passage of historical time. This particular phenomenon has been, and continues to be, on the minds of the world's most devious mythmongers who seek to further the deceptive industry of their predecessors. Those who have arranged the subject of history, so that men see what they are meant to see and so they know only that which they are meant to know, are profoundly aware of how the simple passage of time aids them in their heinous work.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>
Thomas Sowell / <cite>Dismantling America</cite>

...the generally accepted history of ancient times, such as is found on the shelves of our libraries and taught in our schools, is mostly fiction, made up of fables and myths cleverly composed into histories so nicely as to lull all suspicion in the mind of the reader or student as to the fraudulent character of it. Some wonderfully clever writers have been led astray by these deceptions of "history"

Conor MacDari / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

The subject of history is less than 200 years old. In that time men have convinced themselves of the following suppositions, some of which have been regarded as irrefutable truths.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

After all, what is the subject of history? It is the study of the past, certainly. But it is also the study of man. It is the attempt by men to find out who they are by analyzing and reviewing what they have been. Even though scientific methodologies have a role within the subject of history, history is not science. Most importantly, students of history can easily be misled.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

The problem today is that history is badly neglected -- and it is no longer taught in our schools having been replaced by "social studies" -- so that the majority of new, young, members of Congress simply ignore history, instead of using it as their guide.

Dr. John Coleman / <cite>What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

History shows that diversity weakens nations, and eventually, it is their undoing.

Dr. John Coleman / <cite>What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

By and large the people who have most changed history have not been the great generals or politicians, but the artists and thinkers. An individual sitting alone in a room and giving birth to an idea can do more to change the course of history than a general who commands thousands on the field of battle or a political leader who commands the loyalty of millions.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

It is only in this obscure suburb of history, where nothing miraculous ever seems to happen and no great geniuses live, this age when the standards of education of the educated classes is in steep decline - it is only in this time and place that people have held matter-before-mind beliefs. In all other places, at all other times, people believed the contrary. They would have found it just about impossible to imagine how anyone could believe what we do.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

In conventional history religion's early stages were marked by animism and totemism, then developed into the complicated cosmologies of the great ancient civilizations. In the secret history humankind's primordial vision was complicated, sophisticated and magnificent, and only later degenerated into animism, totemism and shamanism.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

According to modern thinking, if a narrative is allegorical in form, this is a good reason for believing it cannot be an accurate account of historical events. But if you believe, as the ancients did, that all events on earth are governed by the movements of the heavenly bodies, then the opposite is true. All accounts of real historical events must inevitably mirror astronomical events like the passage of the sun through the constellations.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

History is the lie commonly agreed upon.


The falsification of history has done more to mislead humans than any single thing known to mankind.


History is distorted by diachronic and synchronic manipulation. And those revisionists who attempt to bring the truth to the attention of the masses are constantly being thwarted and undermined by the minions of those who stand to be exposed.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>Atlantis, Alien Visitation and Genetic Manipulation</cite>

Through all this the aim is to show that the basic facts of history can be interpreted in a way which is almost completely the opposite of the way we normally understand them.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

The power of a dictatorship can erase any history. One might shudder to think what would happen to the names of Washington and Lincoln should this nation have been over-run by a ruthless dictator from Asia or Europe. The last vestiges of their sacred memory would perhaps remain in some of the remote mountainous regions, yet in all public civic Centers all books and evidences of their lives would have been burned and purged away.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>The Axe Was God</cite>

Another story of another man relates that he held the history of North-western Europe unworthy of consideration. His ancestors were savages living in the woods, dying their bodies with the stain of berries, and incapable of any exalted civilization such as Rome, Greece, or Babylon had enjoyed for centuries. He studied in those places and later found that his own country had held a civilization equal to, if not beyond, those cultured cities in the south.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>The Axe Was God</cite>

Here the reader is asked not to conform to the classical outlook of history, not to think of Greece, of Rome, and later of Northern Europe, but to think of them all at the same time, for there truly were civilized people living in Northern Europe, England, and Ireland, in early Grecian days. The Gods of Greece and Rome ruled also in Northern Europe, and in the days of Constantine what ever Druid priest did not turn to Christianity was murdered and the Heathen temples were destroyed or turned into churches.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>The Axe Was God</cite>

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