Roman, British, Nazi, American




Tractates Cryptica Scriptura
Exegesis from the novel VALIS by Philip K. Dick 1981

The Empire is the institution, the codification, of derangement; it is insane and imposes its insanity on us by violence, since its nature is a violent one.

To fight the Empire is to be infected by its derangement. This is a paradox: whoever defeats a segment of the Empire becomes the Empire; it proliferates like a virus, imposing its form on its enemies. Thereby it becomes its enemies.

by Richard Heinberg

The fall of Rome occurred over several centuries. The fall of imperial America will be much more dramatic and impactful, and much quicker, lasting only decades at the most. What a shame that such a momentous time in the history of the world should be presided over by people who are not only greedy and ruthless (one can almost take that for granted), but talentless and unimaginative as well.

good history of the rise and fall of empires over the past several thousand years

Roman Empire


British Empire


limits of the German Nazi empire, 1942