Tag : Matter

Prosperity

When Man was able to go around the Earth, he explored the continents to extract gold and wealth. When he was able to fly in the air, he abandoned his gods. Now he thinks he’s one of them and dreams of conquering space. His planet too small does not allow him the expected prosperity. Seven […]

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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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Which Nations Will Crumble and Which Few Will Prosper in the Next 25 Years?

Adaptability and flexibility will be the core survival traits going forward.
What will separate the many nations that will crumble in the next 25 years and those few that will survive and even prosper while the status quo dissolves around them? As I explain in my recent book Pathfinding our Destiny: Preventing the Final Fall of Our Democratic Republic, the factors that will matter are not necessarily cultural or financial; being hard-working and wealthy won’t be enough to save nations from coming apart at the seams.
Here are the factors that will matter in the next 25 years:

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Note on the Breath of Humanity

Like an individual, Humanity “breathes”. It alternates phases of inspiration and expiration. As a collective organism, it does not breathe air, but consciousness. In a phase of inspiration, society is reborn, evolves, and organizes itself in more and more complex forms. Particularly inspired individuals and groups create masterpieces, some of which can span the centuries. […]

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The Collapse of Materialistic Science

Modern science emerged approximately at the time of the French Revolution, more than two centuries ago. Since then, Humanity has embarked on a race for technological “progress” which is directly derived from it and which remains closely associated with it. A quick overview will determine whether the exponential scientific and technological progress has or has […]

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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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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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Let’s stop the cows!

There is a fairly recent tendency to reject cow’s milk and dairy products under the following pretexts: It would be indigestible for lack of lactase (which allows the digestion of lactose). It would be allergenic. It would be pathogenic growth factor (promoting cancer). It would produce diabetes and autoimmune diseases. It would produce many other […]

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The Bureaucracy Against Freedom

Our modern societies have gradually developed an increasingly burdensome and omnipresent bureaucracy. It now manages almost every aspect of our lives and has significantly diminished our freedom of movement and action. It has such a hold and such a presence that it seems natural to many people. These are born with it and will die […]

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Note on the Collapse of Civilizations

Civilizations, like individuals, face diverse needs and seek to fill them by accessing resources that can satisfy them. The needs Resources mineral mineral plant vegetable animals Animal materials Hardware Energy Energy psychological psychological mental mental psychic (para) psychic spiritual spiritual (pro) creative (pro) creative   The potential of a civilization depends on the average potential […]

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