Why is it important to learn critical thinking skills and logic, as well as logical fallacies? It is important to learn the correct use of logic, especially multilogical thinking, in order to arrive at truthful conclusions, but many replace logic with logical fallacies, which are a form of anti-logic, as they are deceptions that take the place of logic (deceptive reasons and reasoning), since fallere, from whence fallacy is derived, […] Read more »
Is Communism Fueled by Love or Hatred?
I had a few thoughts arise as a result of watching the video below by Jordan Peterson. The shadow and God: I studied under a Saphardi Orthodox Rabbi in the early 2000’s, and he explained to me that everything, including evil and everything we experience good or bad, was within the mind of God. This lines up with the first Hermetic principle of mentalism which states, “the ALL is mind; […] Read more »
Former NFL QB Jake Plummer Discovers Mushroom Farming
This is a great story: Jake Plummer has undergone an insane transformation. Lets discuss what happened. ~FlemLo Raps THE UNITY PROCESS: I’ve created an integrative methodology called the Unity Process, which combines the philosophy of Natural Law, the Trivium Method, Socratic Questioning, Jungian shadow work, and Meridian Tapping—into an easy to use system that allows people to process their emotional upsets, work through trauma, correct poor thinking, discover meaning, set […] Read more »
Is a European Energy Crisis, Supply Chain Issues, and Global Food Shortages Incoming?
Are we headed into the perfect global economic storm? How is it possible, aside from centrally planning such an interconnected global collapse like one would plan the controlled demolition of a few buildings in NYC, for so many facets of the world economy to all collapse simultaneously? Global food supplies, global energy, supply chains, pandemics, the oil industry, hyper inflation, the stock market, real estate, and Western culture in general, […] Read more »
Simpin for the Man
Simp: “Someone who does way too much for a person they like.” ~Urban Dictionary Simpin… I see a lot of it, and I mean a LOT of it, when it comes to those who love defending their brands, celebrities, groups they identify with, ideologies, and politics. There’s no amount of mental gymnastics they won’t do, and word salad they won’t produce, to try and identify with, and therefore get the perceived rewards from, […] Read more »
How Roof Koreans Took Back Los Angeles
The purpose of the self-defense principle, firearms, and the justice system is to heavily weight the cost-benefit analysis of committing crimes against innocents by raising the costs of crime and reducing its benefits. However, there has been a concerted campaign the past several years to reverse the costs and benefits of crime by having the police arrest those defending themselves and releasing those who perpetrate crimes against innocents, therefore inverting […] Read more »
2A: The Right to Bear Arms Only Applies to Standing Armies and Militias?
I once again heard the argument that the second amendment of the US Constitution in the Bill or Rights was only addressing the continental army and the militias, and is not an individual right to bear arms. This is absolutely silly for three reasons, first that a militia is made up of regular people and is not a standing army, so where do “the people” get their arms from if […] Read more »
The Problem with Blame
Blame is a big problem in the world, and we see a lot of it from the political left when they blame rich people, white people, men, bigots, homophobes, transphobes, anti maskers, anti science, etc., and at it’s core is envy, what Nietzsche called “ressentiment”. It doesn’t solve anything, it just interrogates and tears things down, deconstructs them, but has no creative drive, and doesn’t offer any meaningful solutions. Unfortunately, […] Read more »
Ayn Rand – Why Altruism is Evil
I’m not a fan of the dichotomy of Service to Self (STS) vs Service to Others (STO) found in the Law of One material by the so-called soul group “Ra”. It states that serving ones own self-interests is evil and that serving others is good, however, I would say that at the very least, it’s a false dichotomy fallacy and egocentric oversimplification of our options for aligning our soul, and […] Read more »
The Secret to Star Wars’ Success: Psychological Underpinnings
What made Star Wars so successful? Why did it capture the hearts of millions all over the world and gain such a die hard following (pre-Disney)? George Lucas infused a very specific heart into his beloved universe, something that is easier to see now that those who don’t appreciate his psychological underpinning have taken over telling stories about his universe. George Lucas at AFI 2005: Read more »