The hypnosis of social conditioning is hard to escape. You’ve got to be an intellectual and spiritual outlaw. If you want to break free from tyranny, war, oppression, and all its cousins, you’ve got to be either a sage, a genius, or a radical thinker. There’s no escaping this fact, but paradoxically, owning these traits … Continue reading Geniuses, Radicals and Sages: It’s Time to Break Free
Freedom once meant something significant for mankind. It meant ceasing to be suppressed and imprisoned by forces that endeavour to control one. The word ‘freedom’ conjured a sense of what it means, at least to some degree, to be master of one’s destiny. No longer, for many, the new freedom has almost exactly the opposite … Continue reading Save Us From Freedom!
In the movie 21 Grams, the idea is presented that upon the moment of death, the human body instantaneously loses exactly 21 grams – supposedly the weight of the soul. Though this is not scientifically proven, there seems to be evidence that our consciousness is indeed a transferable entity – and the ancient Egyptians likely knew … Continue reading Did the Egyptians Know How to Transfer Consciousness From One Entity to Another?
It is often a painstaking process to attend to this subject without having to counter the millions of strong egos who simply refuse to accept such a simple concept. It is the struggle of the ages to move from a position of duality to one of acceptance that all truths are true, regardless of their perception, … Continue reading All Truths Are True, Get Over It
Not long ago I was walking through the aisles of a New Age fair in the suburbs of Chicago. All the usual suspects were there: booths for Baha’i and Eckankar; ladies selling essences and fragrances; bodyworkers offering ten minutes of chair massage; psychics inspecting the etheric fields of their subjects. Like most New Age events … Continue reading What Happened to the New Age? Sorting Truth from Nonsense
Most of us compare ourselves to others. Mass media beams in the finest looking, richest, and most talented people into our lives 24/7. This creates the illusion that we 'know' all these beautiful, clever, younger, athletic, rich, able people. Because we compare ourselves to people we know, this illusion of knowing air-brushed 'have-it-alls' can make … Continue reading Do You Have an Inferiority Complex?
Until the end of 16 century, Africa was far more advanced than Europe in terms of political organization, science, technology and culture. That prosperity continued, despite the European slavery ravages, till the 17th and 18th century. The continent was crowded with tens of great and prosperous cities, empires and kingdoms with King Askia Toure of … Continue reading Broadening the story; Why there are no historical buildings or monuments in sub-Saharan Africa!