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Postmodernism, relationships, and tradition.

Ever since time immemorial, every human society had established traditions regulating the relations between men and women because the laissez-faire approach to relationships the West has adopted at the behest of the Sexual Revolution is completely unhuman and dysfunctional. Humans do not have the constitution to be anarchic, free associating, atomic individuals. Humans are intrinsically […]

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Theology

Primer on the reality of the immaterial.

This article is a relatively drawn out series of propositions intended to be a ‘from basics’ primer for belief in the immaterial. It endeavours to leverage reason and observation for the purpose of deducing the strong case for there being immateriality, and that this immaterial existence encapsulates the entirety of the material realm, and to […]

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Theology

On Abortion.

Since it’s the topic of the moment: what is the moral position on abortion? It’s in fact not a very complex question. To begin with, we must quickly dispense with the absurdity sometimes argued that the foetus has no true life of its own; such is impossible to be argued. Irrespective of the foetus’ reliance […]

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Theology

Short thoughts on the soul.

It is common to treat our self-consciousness as being synonymous with the soul-mind itself. We know our bodies to be our own, but we do not have knowledge of our bodies in a way that differs from the way we know the bodies of other people. In both cases, our body and the bodies of […]

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Theology

Unity of gods and titans.

Few know, but titans and gods are truthfully one and the same. Saturn and Jove are of one unbroken and undifferentiated existence preserved in divinity, indistinguishable from one another in their real essence. So why are titans and gods treated as separate deities? Why tradition has distinguished titans from gods is owed to the ‘ontological […]

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Christianity

Christian iconoclasm against the world.

Originally a Twitter thread made in response to the latest round of Christians gloating over their saint Boniface: Regardless of how much we’re told that ‘technically speaking’ Christian theology imbibes the world with the image of God, the attitudes Christianity gestates in its followers have always been against the world. It’s evidence the spirit of […]

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Theology

Deprivation of mind and its effects.

Platonic attraction is in seeking self-completion. Via love between complements, each part of the union is conjoined to produce a superior wholeness, and it is by this that each become greater participants in the totality of goodness, and so expand their own goodness. And so when we speak of cosmogenesis, goodness is unfolded through a […]

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Politics

America’s Taliban of Afghanistan.

INTRODUCTION The below is a dot-point chronological overview of developments in Afghanistan. I began this research after an inkling a friend and I had that the very recent collapse of the Afghan government and the rise of the Taliban to power may not be all it seems. It was little time before we began finding […]

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Christianity

Christian defacing of statues; its origin in the Oral Torah.

[22 May, 2020] Some very important revelations from the Hebrew Mishnah (see Avodah Zarah tractate which prescribes laws regarding dealing with gentiles) that reveals further evidence for Christianity being an instrument for the subversion of Europe toward ulterior ends. As you likely know, Christians in Europe defaced many statues of gods, heroes, and deified genii […]

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Theology

On soul and her embodiment.

Our descent into embodiment can be identified as the product of ignorance and desire, these stemming as consequences of our ontological position within the hierarchical chain of being. All things participate from their superiors, but some beings—such as ourselves—do not fixate their conscious cognition upon the whole union of good within which they partake. This […]