The Future of Human History

The Future of Human History : Through the Possible Past Towards a Possible Future

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The Future of Human History is a clear and a concise picture of the development of human political life. It is a description of our world. The Author reviews the practise of political systems on different continents and takes up the cause of describing how these political systems evolved. The purpose of the book is to provide the readers about the best form of political system and best form democracy that shall eventually survive on our planet and it shall make one particular race the master of all other races, once that particular race recovers from the war and destruction that almost destroyed it. This book is also a revelation for all the other political systems and races as to what their actions and decisions are bringing for them. The Future of Human History takes a journey through the past to pick certain events that are relevant to the development of political changes around the globe. The Author takes an insight of the political changes in the past. How the past political changes have shaped our present and shall define our future also presented for the reader. The book starts with the evolution of humans and their separation into different races. It also describes the races that have vanished from certain places of the planet where they were present in large numbers. It also tells how these races lost the race for survival. The book takes a journey through the ancient past to uncover the truth about the River Valley Civilizations and presents a theory about the creators of these civilizations. In subsequent chapters, the book signifies the importance of the Aryan invasion. How it changed the Old World Culture and why the Aryan invasion was important in making the world advance with new cultural innovations. All the while, the book focuses on the political systems that have moulded the culture of humans on different continental plates. Going through experiences of our world, the book describes the major cause of the Dark Ages that overshadowed Europe after the fall of Roman Empire. It also mentions that the Roman Empire was responsible for the Dark Ages. The Dark Ages in Europe led to many related changes in the East. The Dark Ages in Europe were responsible for relative ignorance and backwardness of the East according to the Author, it is analysed and presented. Why the nomads easily overcame the settled form of life during the middle Ages had political reasons, it is presented before the reader in a clearly depicted reasoning. Finally, the book takes on the reasons of European or Western domination on the planet's other human cultures. The Author also presents the causes that led to European or Western Colonialism's decline and what it meant for post-war Europe, the West and the East. The last chapters foretell the future that is awaiting the world due to political decisions of the populations on every continent and nation of the world. The political systems that are better suited for our civilization are mentioned in detail in the book. All political systems that are going to become extinct are also presented before the readership. The Writer describes in a very picturesque manner, as to the ones that shall reap the rewards of good governance. All those that are about to lose the race of advancement and become extinct due to bad governance and wrong choices made by the populations is also made known to the more

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  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 10.67mm | 299.37g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507864906
  • 9781507864906

About Sr Jagmohan Dyal Singh

Jagmohan Dyal Singh is a Descendant of Sardar Jassa Singh Alhuwalia, the elected Sultan of Sikh Confederacy. He is a student of Biotechnology and Molecular Biology and a keen observer of political events that have shaped our surroundings. Jagmohan Dyal Singh lives in the North-Western Indian city of Amritsar and on his estate at Fatehabad, his ancestral place. He lives with his mother and three more