Category Archives: Philosophy

Where’s Dirk Gently When You Need Him?

By Erik Assadourian Source: Resilience Did you hear? A supersized cargo ship got wedged in the Suez Canal on March 23rd? If you didn’t, you must do pretty well at avoiding the news, social media, and late night TV. But … Continue reading

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Stand Up to Tyranny: How to Respond to the Evils of Our Age

By John W. Whitehead & Nisha Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state. It must be the guide … Continue reading

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We Are Human, We Are Free – Building Worldwide Nonviolent Resistance to the Great Reset

By Anita McKone In late 2020 Robert J. Burrowes and myself were asked by some Melbourne activists protesting against the lockdowns and Covid vaccinations to help them develop more effective strategy. Many of the protesters were new to activism, and those with … Continue reading

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Is Real-World Activism Part of our Spiritual Journey?

By Richard Enos Source: Collective Evolution We are living through a time that is shaking us down to our foundations. This ‘Pandemic’ has led to actions being taken by our governments that seem to completely disregard the rights of citizens … Continue reading

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The Raging Twenties: A New Map of Dystopia

Pepe Escobar’s new book Raging Twenties: Great Power Politics Meets Techno-Feudalism tells the story of a new phase of the U.S. empire. By Pepe Escobar Source: Consortium News The Raging Twenties started with a murder: a missile strike on Gen. Soleimani at … Continue reading

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By Sigmund Fraud Source: Waking Times At present, we are dangerously trending toward chaos, total world war, civil war, incivility, and a complete breakdown of civil society, and to the indoctrinated, it’s difficult to understand why exactly this is happening. … Continue reading

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By Julian Rose Source: Waking Times ‘Know Thyself.’ On a tombstone in an English churchyard is the following inscription, “Here lies John Bailey. The fact that he died does not guarantee that he lived.” And that is surely the point. … Continue reading

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By Gary Lachman Source: Waking Times The most enigmatic figure to emerge from the “occult revival” of the early twentieth century was also the most successful, the Austrian “spiritual scientist” Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). Although many of his contemporaries were outwardly … Continue reading

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