Author Archives: Kris Nelson

Learn from Falsity

Interacting with other people allows us to see what they do and say. People will show you their falsity, which allows you to think about and analyze things that contrast, and develop a greater degree of understanding about certain aspects of reality, such as psychology for instance. It also enables us to understand and see more of ourselves and the […]

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Until we get it, we just don’t get it… truth takes time, I learned that reality

I talk about things. I tend to do a decent job of explaining them. Yes, more elaborate, in depth and precise explanations can be given. I’m referring to my original work that deals with deeper subject matter. Naturally, since I only briefly explain or define some aspects of reality, some people don’t understand. I can’t explain hours of prerequisite knowledge […]

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Are We Really Living Our Own Lives?

Are we really living our own lives? Or are we living “their” program for life with distractions preventing us from changing for the better? The majority of the populace don’t seem to understand the powers that be, controllers, manipulators, globalists, elites, etc., “them” and “they”, want us to be focused on pleasure, enjoyment, gratification, amusement, etc., the “American Dream”, the […]

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Barriers to Change: Fear, Being a Victim, and Not Saying No is Automatically Saying Yes

Letting a problem continue, by not saying anything, does not help yourself. It can even harm your self-interest in the long run. Being a victim doesn’t help your situation. If you’re not against a certain something, then you’re supporting it by the default of letting it stand. You let it continue by supporting it by not trying to stop it. […]

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Humans and the Animal Kingdom – An Emotional Kinship

Animals are all part of the animal kingdom. That’s why it’s called the animal kingdom. We are kin (etymology). There is much in common, despite the differences. Just as there are differences in human races and individuals, there are many commonalities as well. I’m going to provide some information about characteristics and components that animals share in common, relating to […]

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Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary and Commemoration is Dec. 7th – But… Why Did It Really Happen?

In total there were 2,403 American deaths, and 1,178 wounded December 7th, in 1941. Looking into WWII, you can find some secrets that have been kept hidden to keep the benevolent image of the allied forces. One is how Pearl Harbor could have been hit with such total blinding surprise. Are things really as they seem? Either some people were […]

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