On Sovereignty | Deep Code Experiments: Episode 10

This is an excellent and thought provoking discussion. Jordan Hall’s three aspects of sovereignty are basically the first three of the Liberal Arts, also known as the Trivium; grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Grammar corresponds to knowledge, logic corresponds to understanding, and rhetoric corresponds to wisdom; knowledge asks what, where, when, and who questions, understanding asks why questions, and wisdom asks how questions. In this system, at least from what we’ve […] Read more »

Dennis Prager: Why Socialism Makes People Selfish

Dennis Prager talks at the University of Wyoming about why socialism makes people selfish, as well as about the labels and attacks that are directed towards moral people in the name of so-called “social justice”.  I particularly liked this quote from the presentation, as it lines up with Gnostic metaphors about Jesus being the personification of the Divine “Logos”, which is Greek for “reason” and “logic”: “I believe reason alone […] Read more »

Homeschooling Mistakes & The Trivium – John Taylor Gatto

“Former New York State Teacher of the Year gives his insights after 30 years in the classroom. Homeschooling families can make the same mistakes as traditional schooling institutions. John Gatto, a world-famous teacher explains what it is. He also gets into the Trivium and Quadrivium as a methodology to dispel confusion.” Read more »

All We Need is Love!

Love is the answer to all of our problems, right? We hear “all we need is love” proclaimed by our religious and spiritual gurus, but what exactly is love? Put simply, love and understanding are the same thing; to comprehend love we must also understand understanding. When we understand something, we know the reasoning and logic of it; and the more we understand it, the more we become intimate and […] Read more »

Einstein on Education

Einstein is often quoted as having said, “education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” However, this was not his exact wording, but a paraphrasing of what he said in a letter to Thomas Edison: “It is not so very important for a person to learn facts. For that he does not really need a college. He can learn them from books. The […] Read more »

Tools – The Trivium Method

Reposted from: the Ruiner Blog | by the Ruiner Many questions have been regarding tools to help sort through the abundance of information that exists on the subject of the Illuminati and their orders, projects, programs and agendas. Your writer’s first thought is something you’ve likely heard of already.  It is called The Trivium Method. Some of your researchers have identified this method as being something occultists use, and keep […] Read more »

Tools – The Trivium Method

Reposted from: the Ruiner Blog | by the Ruiner Many questions have been regarding tools to help sort through the abundance of information that exists on the subject of the Illuminati and their orders, projects, programs and agendas. Your writer’s first thought is something you’ve likely heard of already.  It is called The Trivium Method. Some of your researchers have identified this method as being something occultists use, and keep […] Read more »

Twin Flames are a Metaphor – Nathan & Aline

Twin Flames are a metaphor for something very powerful and needed here on our planet. They have come to embody this metaphor and live it for others to see, learn from, and emulate…but first, they must make it through the journey to embody it together — to embody the Divine Marriage of Unity Consciousness within themselves and their union. More on the Trivium method of critical thinking: http://theUnityProcess.com/trivium Music Track […] Read more »

Nathan Interviews Kris Nelson of EvolveConsciousness.org

Interview of Kris Nelson from Evolve Consciousness on consciousness, the Trivium method, Natural Law, and more. Please check out Kris’s informative web sties at: http://EvolveConsciousness.org http://TriviumMethod.org http://NaturalLawScience.org More on the Trivium method of critical thinking: http://theUnityProcess.com/trivium Read more »

An Angry God or a Natural Course Correction?

We would like to add a different perspective on the current ‘religious‘ mindset of judgment and doom by an external god… there are certain universal laws (truth), things such as polarity, cause and effect, gender, etc., which are also known as “natural law” or the “laws of nature”.  These laws are cyclical, much like a tree has roots, a trunk, branches, and leaves, and the leaves fall to the ground an create […] Read more »

Does Convenience Make It Right or True?

Just because a system may produce results for you in this moment, doesn’t mean that it is a beneficial system or behavior — this just isn’t a reasonable conclusion. The question to ask is, who does it work for, for you, or for everyone involved? Many people act and behave in certain ways since it is easier for them, but they are not looking at the logical conclusions and end […] Read more »

Trivium Method of Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving

Applying the Trivium method of critical thinking to EFT, Tantra, consciousness, spirituality, etc., can magnify your process, results, and experience exponentially. This article by Tragedy & Hope is worth reading several times. ~Nathan Trivium Method of Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving by 8thestate 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 »

The Trivium Method – Gene Odening – what you should have been taught in school but weren’t

This is the story of the 3 successive stages of the “Philosophic Life” which almost all of us live. Some of us live it consciously, others, not so much. Gene’s story is one of good fortune. Early in adolescence he was given the tools to recognize and to pursue the Philosophic Life, which he undertook to do, not as a vocation but as a serious hobbyist. This is part of […] Read more »