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The Four Elements and the Elemental Quaternity of Life

The human reality and world we create is a result of the consequences to our actions and deeds that are generated by our thoughts and cares or desires. This is an elemental foundation regarding our ability to create into reality. Symbolism reflects ideas and truths about reality. Truth as a concept is a synonym for reality or existence of what […]

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Is the Mainstream Media Really Fair and Balanced?

Mainstream media and Wikipedia often try to emphasize an impartiality. They say they are “fair” and “balanced”. They say they “don’t pick sides”. Is that the case? Maybe sometimes. sourceWhat about the side of truth vs. falsity? They say, they are the “real news” while alternative media is not “real news”. Donald Trump is even pointing to the media and […]

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Empowering Change by Creating a Market for Truth!

“Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past.” – 1984, by George Orwell Video (20min) ¬†https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enSa5tuugj0 Audio (20min)   Stream or Download   Is knowledge power? Yes, in at least two ways. power to you: knowledge gained can empower you to understand something and act in accordance with that understanding power from you: knowledge […]

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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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Mind Control and Seeking Truth

In a real way, we are the ones who mind control and fool ourselves, individually and collectively, through our ignorance of self-knowledge, how consciousness functions and the importance of truth. We, as a society, and others, pressure each other into conforming to a normalized acceptability spectrum of a conditioned way of life with little to no critical thinking and evaluation […]

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Ambiguity Effect – Cognitive Biases (Pt.1)

The allure of simplistic ambiguity over accurate complexity. First, an explanation on the words simplicity and ambiguity. Skip to the examples below if you want the “simple” understanding. Etymology Simplicity favors looking at something in a larger, less specific, less detailed, less defined way. It looks at common unifying aspects to connect them in a general reference. A unity towards […]

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