Fresh attempts to know thyself might best start by defining characteristics common to all selves.
Selves are, by definition, unique instances of something, a personal something. In the language of geometry, unique instances are known as “points”. Selves have an infinite number of characteristics, which to varying degree they show or shun. Characteristics being inclinations, each [...]
The significance of the ancient maxim “Know Thyself” was indicated in Hypnotism’s Fascinating Objects. Now we just need to know what knowing is!
We think we know ourselves. And maybe we do. But maybe not. We know something, but is it true? And, how do we know that?
Some things one just knows, like “the stove could [...]
In which we recognize the need for, and hereby offer, a series of treatises on Metaphysics and Magic, for those that would have it.
Hypnotism, should we think of it at all, conjures up images of curious mustachioed stage magicians from days gone by, somnambulistic trances brought on by Freudian psychoanalysts, Indian Fakir snake charmers and [...]
Polytheism, so handily dismissed as a quaint vestige of primitive animism by entrenched establishment guardians of the waters of mass consciousness, is a loss too great for most of us to fathom. The human world suffers each and every moment, unaware of the value of its lost Pantheon of Gods. I mourn this loss, and [...]
When the world finally turns the corner, and we resume (?) our ascent toward utopian ideals, whistle blowers will finally attain their rightful place as heroes of mankind.
One such hero, as yet unknown to the public, has released 1079 emails and 72 documents from the Hadley University of East Anglia Climactic Research Unit. As stated [...]
The Bulletin of Philadelphia published Gardasil Researcher Drops A Bombshell on Sunday, a must read regarding the utter failure of big pharma to be trustworthy in it’s claims to actually support health. Dr. Diane Harper, lead researcher in the development of both Gardasil and Cervarix, in her quest to sleep peacefully at night would have [...]
The Delaware County Fair was last week, and since it was raining, I stopped by the Democratic Party booth. And there I suggested to the gray haired, and rather self-satisfied but somewhat delusional fellow, that he take down his signage, move his booth to the middle of the aisle and invite the Republicans in their [...]
“I am not a crook.” He was. “I did not have relations with that woman.” He did. “The air is safe.” It wasn’t. “Sadaam’s got stockpiles of WMDs.” Nary a one. “We have found absolutely no link between vaccines and autism.” They had. “Insert quote here.” Insert truth here. The past eight years provided too [...]
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