Month: December 2018

The Three Versions Of A Conflict

When an individual or a group is in conflict or in crisis with another, their subjective nature makes their perceptions of this conflict or crisis different (sometimes drastically). There is the perception of the one who perceives it (rightly or wrongly) as a victim. And there is that of the one who is responsible for […]

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Note on the Migratory Pact

The “Global Pact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration” places great emphasis on the fact that migratory phenomena would be natural and go hand in hand with “globalization”. Is this the case? Can we be content with statements from worldly elites when they have already lied to us many times? Human history tends to show […]

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Should We Fight The Astral?

Some esotericists have advocated the fight against manipulative or negative entities that are supposed to be in certain astral and / or mental spheres. Other individuals, sometimes the same ones, wanted to fight certain ideologies. Still others have tried to destroy the mirages or illusions of which they thought certain victims. Were these choices wise? […]

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True fascism: we are right in it!

Today, it seems that the term “fascism” has widely lost its original meaning, as the evolution of much of the political vocabulary, economic, social, cultural and educational … to the “newspeak” dear to Orwell. Returning to the sources of its definition, and by briefly examining our so-called “democratic” systems, we can easily see the actual […]

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Old Articles

The next three articles date from 1992 and had been reworked a few years later. They probably keep some spelling, grammar or translation mistakes and would not be treated now similarly by the author. Their points of view are of course debatable. They are still visible at the American host angelfire. Humanity facing outer space […]

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I Cannot Buy Gifts For My Kids

[Source in French: Égalité & Réconciliation — Equality & Reconciliation] The Christmas story of The Editors So I explain why. It will be their truly Christian Christmas gift, that is, 100% social. A small political explanation is better than three kilos of Chinese plastic. No way to buy a suitable photo, so we put Father […]

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Two Humanities?

In some esoteric or spiritual circles or networks, there has been for some decades an increasingly popular theory according to which a significant number of human beings would have no soul. Before examining the possible consequences of such a vision of things and in particular to whom it can benefit, we will make a short […]

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Are near-death experiences hallucinations? Experts explain the science behind this puzzling phenomenon

[Source: The Conversation] Are near-death experiences hallucinations? Experts explain the science behind this puzzling phenomenon Authors Neil DagnallReader in Applied Cognitive Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University Ken DrinkwaterSenior Lecturer and Researcher in Cognitive and Parapsychology, Manchester Metropolitan University Disclosure statement The authors do not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that […]

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Survival?

The present epoch appears more and more disturbed in its foundations as in the events lived individually and collectively. This leads in particular to a growing concern for the two following notions: that of the collapse of civilizations and that of survival during such a collapse. It remains to determine the cause of such a […]

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Will the CIR be Enough?

The Yellow Vests movement put forward the notion of the Citizen Initiative Referendum (or CIR for short). Many French people are now polarizing in the hope that by obtaining such a crumb of bread, their hunger for social, professional or civilizational change will be satisfied. Can this be the case? Modern history, for more than […]

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Effects of Modern Art

If we define art as the materialization, the manifestation, the representation or the expression of a set of sensations, emotions or feelings and as a way to make them reflect, then there is a close relationship between the art of a civilization and the sensory, emotional and sentimental life of the individuals who compose it. […]

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When Will Peace Really Exist?

Peace means in particular the absence of wars (military, civil, commercial, ideological, etc.) and conflicts between individuals or between human groups. It is obviously not possible as long as there are weapons of every caliber and even plans to make them. Nor is it possible as long as embargoes are used to impose its will […]

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Note on the Resignation of Macron

The article “Macron Resigns” shows how users of social networks tend to consume information, and even more, often only that which reinforces their beliefs, without seeking or verifying its veracity or deepening by additional research and reflection on the topics covered. In the era of fast food and ephemeral fashions, the phenomenon is not really […]

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Macron Resigns

In response to the Yellow Vests, Emmanuel Macron will resign Monday at the 13-Hours on TF1 Thunderclap – If there is an article to share on your Facebook page it’s this one! Unfortunately, that’s not what you think. In fact, this article has nothing to do with the resignation of Emmanuel Macron However, now that […]

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