Category: Foundations

What Would It Take To Build A World Without Globalists?

You can bet that whenever you find people analyzing the root of a problem you will also find other people trying to derail those efforts with dishonest arguments. For reasons that we can guess at but are rarely able to confirm, there are some folks out there that get rather agitated at constructive discussion among their fellow humans. One of the most common tactics for hijacking the discussion of a problem is to suggest that it is “all pointless” unless those same people can offer a grand solution to the problem. This is Alinsky-style disruption 101.

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The Law of Karma

Is there a law of divine justice that rewards good deeds and punishes bad ones?
Is the happy destiny of some and the suffering endured by others merited by those who live it?
The idea has become widely popular today that our past actions have determined our present fate.
For the proponents of Karma, the free will that men have used is the sole responsibility for their happiness or their present misfortune.

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Life and Death of Systems

Considering as a system any organized set of elements that evolves following one or more laws, entities as diverse as human beings, empires or planets are then systems. Here we posit as a principle or axiom that any system combines a material or substantial dimension of a more or less tangible nature and a subtle […]

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Note on Femininity and Masculinity

The point of view presented here follows the essentialist line according to which essence or spirit precedes existence (in matter). Biological masculinity and femininity are then the consequence of archetypes or more subtle patterns. These are themselves derived from cosmic (or universal) principles or from the divine. Male essence is the cause of male biology. […]

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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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Critical Mass

If 3.5% of a population is enough to overthrow a government with a nonviolent movement (see Erica Chenoweth), what percentage is needed to overthrow a system? What proportion of human beings acting in the same direction will be needed to bring down the New World Order, which seems to be nearing completion? If 3.5% is […]

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To go back

In Quebec, the number of students in difficulty has doubled in 15 years, from one hundred thousand to two hundred thousand. Some MPs or officials propose to create adapted classes. Immediately, others rebel by saying that we will not come back more than 20 years back. Oh? When a policy, a philosophy of life or […]

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