Philospohy

The Ugly Truth About Relativism

Is everything relative and subjective? Stefan Molyneux explains the society destroying dangers of relativism and how it is being used to erode the foundation of western civilization.

Morality And Natural Law

(Source) Wisdom World THEOSOPHY, Vol. 45, No. 5, March, 1957 (Pages 226-230; Size: 14K) MORALITY AND NATURAL LAW Morality and Natural Law are fundamental aspects of Karma; both have been the substantial foundation of our civilization, though both have been… Read More ›

Modern Education is Pavlovian Conditioning

By Jay Dyer | JaysAnalysis Assessing the problems in American public education and academia elicits standard responses that are generally trite and multitude.  “Lack of funding,”, or “adequately trained teachers,” often round out the usual replies, yet system-generated solutions to the… Read More ›

Have YOU Been Here Before?

By Gary Lachman Belief in reincarnation is one of the oldest and most durable of human traits, so old and persistent, in fact, that the psychologist C. G. Jung went so far as to call it an archetype. “Rebirth,” Jung… Read More ›

The Disappearance of Silence

By Edward Curtin | Global Research Silence is a word pregnant with multiple meanings: for many a threat; for others a nostalgic evocation of a time rendered obsolete by technology; for others a sentence to boredom; and for some, devotees… Read More ›

Theory of ‘Conspiracy Theorists’

By Marcus Godwyn | OrientalReview It seems to have become one of the most popular ways of ridiculing somebody’s argument or position, calling into question someone’s sanity or even somebody’s right to their very own existence in recent years are “You’re… Read More ›

Search for the Mind of God

By Lynn Picknett & Clive Prince Stephen Hawking famously ended his 1988 bestseller A Brief History of Time with the statement that, if and when physics finds its long-sought grand unified field theory “we would know the mind of God.”1… Read More ›