Internet Trolling & Comment Moderation – Tricks of the Troll

What is trolling? Why do trolls troll? Do we moderate comments? Why? What are some ways we make ourselves impervious to trolling? Is it ok to dialogue with others, and if so, why? The Thinker’s Guide For Conscientious Citizens on How to Detect Media Bias & Propaganda, by Richard Paul and Linda Elder Chapter 17: Dialogical and Dialectical Thinking Glossary of Critical Thinking Terms Read more »

The Loud World of Ad Hominem Attacks

Original Article: The Loud World of Ad Hominem Attacks by Jon Rappoport December 8, 2015 The content of an argument vs. the person making the argument (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.) “One of the main purposes of propaganda is making people feel stupid. How do you do that? Send them obvious lies and contradictions from cathedrals of power. Watch them shake their heads and retreat […] Read more »

Predictive Programming, Bible Prophecy, Determinism, & Free Will

Many people have leaned on studying Bible prophecy to figure out what is to come, since they were told that God authored the prophecies, and has purposefully set it up to end this age. Because certain current events seem to be lining up with Biblical prophecy, it therefore must be true, right? Assuming that it must be true because the manifestations appear as true is the logical fallacy of misplaced cause and […] Read more »

Why our Attachments Keep us Enslaved

While we may state that we want to be left alone, in peace, to be empowered to create the lives that we choose, and that we consciously strive to individuate from the collective unconscious with shadow work and raising self-awareness, there still seems to be something getting in the way of our freedom and sovereignty.  We think that we may have discovered “why”, and it relates to our attachments, and how […] Read more »

Is Spirituality Logical? Why we Encourage Process Work

This blog post was inspired by an interaction on Facebook, one that is probably all too common, where a dissenter believes that spirituality and logic are mutually exclusive ideas.  Here is a screenshot of the interaction, her name was removed to protect her privacy: The following is my reply to anybody that believes that logic and spirituality are incompatible, loosely based on my reply above: Have you heard of the term “process […] Read more »

The Removal of Logic: The Formula for Patriarchy

DEFINITIONS According to Wikipedia, a Negative feedback loop “occurs when some function of the output of a system, process, or mechanism is fed back in a manner that tends to reduce the fluctuations in the output, whether caused by changes in the input or by other disturbances.”  In this way, a negative feedback loop is a governor meant to limit disturbances, prevent specific types of change, and provide stability. Stable/Stability:  “(of an […] Read more »

Logic Before Grammar: Putting the Cart Before the Horse

Have you ever been in a discussion where you felt like you just weren’t on the same page, and that no matter how much information you shared, their mind was already made up?  This is a common problem in today’s world, where the school systems have taught children for generations to think critically with the Classical Trivium, which is the wrong order for utilizing the Trivium method of critical thinking. […] Read more »

Jan Irvin – Red Ice Radio – Trivium Education

Excellent video, it is definitely worth listening to the whole presentation. Henrik Palmgren Of http://www.redicecreations.com/ In Conversation With Jan Irvin Of http://www.gnosticmedia.com/ & http://www.triviumeducation.com/ Jan is the author of “The Holy Mushroom” and “Astrotheology & Shamanism”. He also produced the DVD, “The Pharmacratic Inquisition”. Jan is with us to discuss a new aspect of his work and research called “The Trivium”. Grammar, logic, and rhetoric are “the three ways” or […] Read more »

The Unity Process & Logic

Logic, also known as logos, is the tool we use to discern and filter the truth from the myriad of lies. If something is illogical, also known as a logical fallacy, it cannot be true. The truth can be known, and logic is the tool we can use to find it, and then align with it, but without logic, it is impossible to be in the truth. Those who state […] Read more »