Back in April of this year at the request of many ATS Members I published a lengthy and sweeping opening piece on my belief that Rome still runs the
world and is still actively engaged in conquering it all to create a one world government.
The popularity of the thread surpassed my wildest expectations and as of the publishing of this thread it has received 389 flags and grown to over 112
pages, with over 2,100 posts.
The theory starts at the founding of the Republic and runs on through today, touching briefly upon the Trojan, Spartan and Athenian influences in
shaping the early Roman Republic and continues on to April 25, 2010.
A number of ATS members were and continued to be concerned and disgruntled I did not include an even larger period of time prior to that. Further that
I did not incorporate more ancient civilizations into the theory.
I did not primarily for three important reasons. One because the conspiracy has to do with Rome, starting with Rome’s roots and moving forward
seemed the most logical. Two all the other ancient civilizations had been conquered by Rome, with Rome in the driver’s seat, and not them in the
driver’s seat. Three because I could find no direct tie-ins with a still existing or pre-existing power structure from any of these conquered
pre-dating civilizations that is still influencing world events today.
ATS is a diverse place with many passionate posters who are keenly interested in specific topics that elicit that passion.
Some such members felt and still feel there is a tie in to today’s present power structure which I contend is still Roman and Rome, yet despite
repeated attempts to develop these theories within the structure of my own theory failed to show the tie-ins.
Now that is not to say that there may not be some tie-ins, just that their own presentation and my own investigations don’t display a tie-in.
My theory incorporates several aspects including the use of Religion, Banking, Law, Science and Technology, and the Military and Media to conquer the
world through divide and conquer warfare, place it under common systems, and then install a one world government.
Some posters who are extremely passionate about ancient civilizations still wish to include incomplete theories of their own, and have me incorporate
them into their own.
This has resulted in a tremendous amount of off topic conversations and posts that have cluttered up the original thread and have come close to
derailing it on occasion.
This has had led to some ruffled feathers, and some political intrigues and drama that are typical for a place and a thread called Rome.
The purpose of this thread is to create an on topic environment for collaborative discussion to see if those passionate and interested parties can
actually formulate a sound theory that displays direct tie-ins to my own, up to the present day and to assemble at least some strong circumstantial
evidence for them.
I contend that some of these discussions as they are taking place in the original thread are off topic because they can not establish a tie-in and
that some posters for various reasons are simply using them as a means to derail and disrupt the thread for personal, political and religious reasons.
So this thread is a genuine attempt to open a wide discussion for those posters to prove me wrong on both accounts.
That they do have a genuine interest to discuss these things in an on topic environment dedicated to just these things.
Further that they can establish a direct tie in up to the present day.
So having said that, I plan on only minimal participation in the thread, but do genuinely look forward to seeing if any single effort or collaborative
effort can produce a sound theory, or alternative theory, that really ties in, and if it does, then yes, if it really fits, I will incorporate it into
the original thread in a way that is coherent, and topical because it finally makes sense and has some evidence to support it.
So the discussion is open to all who want to discuss other ancient civilizations and how they could possibly tie in to my All Roads Lead to Rome