Toxic Masculinity or a Lack of Emotional Intelligence?

What’s being described as “toxic masculinity” is just a lack of emotional intelligence, which is something that women can lack as well. Emotional intelligence is the ability to turn one’s intelligence back in on itself, and to use intelligence as a guide to navigate one’s feelings. Creating the erroneous label of toxic masculinity misdiagnoses the issue by basing it on a superficial character trait, sets women against men, which in […] Read more »

The Two Types of “Persons”

According to Blacks Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition, 1910, there are two types of “persons”, artificial and natural. Those who identify with an ideology, aka an ideologue, are an artificial person, and those who have done the self-reflection and inner work necessary to emancipate themselves from unnatural ideologies and systems are natural persons. We’re either subject to the law of reason (natural law), or to the laws of men; it’s our […] Read more »

Why Is God To Be Found Through Rationality?

Everything that takes us away from God is frivolous and irrational. Everything that brings us towards God is non-frivolous and rational. Not because God is boring but because God is reasonable, logical and even simple. However, because our world has become so infected with frivolity and irrationality, God remains lost within it. As long as ‘why’ does not exist in our experience God will remain misunderstood, unseen and unknown to ourselves. As long […] Read more »

The Second Treatise on Government, by John Locke

Please, please, please (did I mention please?), if you claim to love Liberty and feel that you are responsible enough to govern yourself, read the following book by John Locke, as it is the foundational work on the topic of self-governance and Natural Law. To transcend being governed, we must have a solid foundation in the philosophy that first demonstrated that we have the natural right to govern ourselves, and […] Read more »

Reason, Authority, & Natural Law

In this video I examine what it means to be an authority, both over others, and how it pertains to self-ownership and self-governance. I draw on concepts from John Locke’s “Second Treatise of Government”, and show how reason is what differentiates the governed and those who govern. Second Treatise of Government, by John Locke: http://www.earlymoderntexts.com/assets/pdfs/locke1689a.pdf If you prefer a one time gift, support us on PayPal: http://theUnityProcess.com/donate/ Join the discussion! […] Read more »

Should Our National Borders be Open or Closed?

In this video, I have a discussion with Anarchistpost about whether or not the borders of western countries should be open or closed. We look at how they relate to natural law, the non aggression principle, and the self-defense principle. We approach it from different viewpoints and frames of reference, to assess the strengths and weaknesses of each other’s viewpoints. We’ve created an integrative methodology called “the Unity Process“, which […] Read more »

A True History of Left & Right

What if the “left and right” is a reference to the left and right hand paths found in esoteric mysticism? The left/right political spectrum actually comes from the occult concepts of the left and right hand paths, where the left hand path represents chaos and inversion, and the right hand path is based on order and the Divine Logos.  Before anybody says that fascism and racism are on the far […] Read more »

Raising Children without their Birth Gender?

Should children be allowed to choose their own gender when they get older, rather than just being who they are born as? This is in response to a new trend called “raising theybies”, where parents raise children without a gender until which time the children decide what they will be. It is a well known psychological fact that children are in an open state of hypnosis until the age of […] Read more »

Developing Our Individuality Should Be Our Core Value

Do “the needs of the many,” really outweigh “the needs of the few?”  We have concluded that the development of our individuality should be at the forefront of everything we engage in, and not the development of the group, or the structures erected to protect and perpetuate the group. This may seem selfish at first, but there is an important nuance that most people miss when making this judgment. For […] Read more »

The All Seeing Eye, and How to Defeat It

This was an article that Aline and I wrote back in October of 2014 on our Scribd page, but I wanted to post it here again, because it is still pertinent, especially in regards to envy.  The “All Seeing Eye” is above all envious of beauty, and devours it thinking that it will make itself happy, abundant, and fulfilled. “Nothing is more valuable to the evil one than his eye, […] Read more »

Envy – the Green Monster that’s Deconstructing the West

Postmodernism, Deconstuctionism, Third Wave Feminism, Marxism, Cultural Marxism, Socialism, and Progressivism are all examples of far left ideologies that spring forth from the weak’s envy of the strong; they are collectivist ideologies that embody Friedrich Nietzsche’s concept of “slave morality”. Envy, which according to Dr Norberto Keppe from the Freud line of psychoanalysis, is at the heart of all mental disorders and pathologies; thus, it is not a far stretch […] Read more »

ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ – Come and Get Them!

There comes a time in a man’s life when his back is up against a wall and the enemy has encroached too far upon his family, property, and natural rights, where he’s just gotta to say, “ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ – Come and Get Them!” It is not a question of what a Spartan citizen should do, nor a husband, nor a king. Instead, ask yourself, my dearest love, what should a […] Read more »

Rights vs Privileges – The NFL Protests: Taking a Knee & Bowing

Do the employees of a private corporation, such as the National Football League (NFL – which holds their player’s rights), who are privileged to play American football at the professional level, have the right to free speech at their employer’s offices (stadiums)? What is the nature of rights and privileges, and what is their difference? There is an argument, such as when Facebook, YouTube, or Google censors people, that since […] Read more »

Is There Such Thing as Moral Extortion?

I’m all about tolerance, but tolerance crosses a line when it becomes compulsion and mandatory speech/behavior. Unfortunately, much of what passes as “love and compassion” is actually just coercion at gunpoint. If a loving idea requires my time, energy, or money, and I do not want to give it to the people or the idea, then it is immoral and evil, a violation of my person and/or property, and not […] Read more »