Tag : New World

This Thing you Cannot Cheat on

With their inventiveness, perhaps not always very healthy and constructive, human beings have managed to cheat on many things: on the amount of gold they possessed, covering for example lead with a thin gold leaf ; on gasoline to which water can be added at the risk of having to clean the carburetor; on the […]

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Mysteries of the Kingdom of Shambhala

Shambhala, which is a Sanskrit word meaning “place of peace” or “place of silence”, is a mythical paradise spoken of in ancient texts, including the Kalachakra Tantra and the ancient scriptures of the Zhang Zhung culture which predated Tibetan Buddhism in western Tibet. According to legend, it is a land where only the pure of heart can live, a place where love and wisdom reigns and where people are immune to suffering, want or old age.

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After the New World Order

Whether we base on the great religious prophecies (Biblical, Koranic …) or on the simple logic associated with the observation of facts and history, the New World Order will inevitably have an end (see also: Life and Death of Systems, The law of degradation or increase of disorder and chaos). We can then ask ourselves […]

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The art of complicating life

Since the invention of agriculture, humanity has embarked on a process of increasing complexity of its existence. Starting from nomadic, semi-sedentary or scattered rural societies, it began to build more and more populated cities, until arriving at modern megacities. At the same time, driven by the instinct of survival, then by greed, it has created more and more extensive empires and is currently trying to achieve one on a global scale, the New World Order.

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What can we Learn From the Middle Ages About Collapse? The Great Challenge of the Seneca Bottleneck

[Source: Cassandra’s Legacy] What can we Learn From the Middle Ages About Collapse? The Great Challenge of the Seneca Bottleneck The idea that a collapse is awaiting our civilization seems to be gaining ground, although it has not reached the mainstream debate. But no civilization before ours escaped collapse, so it makes sense to think […]

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The Three Filters of Socrates

Socrates is credited with the following anecdote, when one day someone came to find him to speak badly of one of his friends: – Do you know what I just learned about your friend? – A moment. Before you tell me more, I’d like you to pass the three-strainer test. – The three colanders?! – […]

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The End Of Political Parties

For elites who wish to be able to control the popular masses better and better, the best system is one that gives these masses the illusion of freedom, but actually offers the constraint. The latter is called “Democracy” which in theory means a form of government assumed by the people themselves, and therefore implies that […]

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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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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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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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