Category Archives: social sciences

Mystical Predictive Analysis

As I’ve often noted, Christian Mysticism isn’t a matter of content, but a way of approaching the question of religion. I dare say most of the Christian Mystics I’ve read do not at all believe in the doctrine of the … Continue reading

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They Will Say They Had No Choice

Civil war, a revolution, is unavoidable. The biggest problem to understanding this is the false image of a two-party system. The elites have managed to keep the population distracted by a false dichotomy between left and right. While that may … Continue reading

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Linguistic Cynicism

Just for the record: My use of Oester and Odin as symbols are a matter of semantic choice; it’s grammar in the sense of usage — what’s familiar to the broadest portion of the reading audience. One of the few … Continue reading

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It’s Not Left versus Right

A few readers didn’t want to comment on the previous post, but have chatted with me through other means. The questions seem to share a few common themes, so let me try to put out the fire, as it were. … Continue reading

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The Walls Come Tumbling Down

I’m going to summarize this to save you the time chasing all the references. I’ve been saying that the nature of political conflict in the West has changed dramatically in just a few decades. The powers that be cannot pull … Continue reading

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See the Whole Picture

In concept, debt is an obligation to pay. When too much debt piles up, servicing the debt absorbs economic productivity. There is no growth, so the system begins grinding to a halt. Nobody in their right mind can imagine all … Continue reading

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Got the Popcorn?

It’s like a hilarious movie; I find the current political scene quite entertaining. I shouldn’t have to post links to the mainstream media’s complaints that Russia hacked our election in favor of Trump. The CIA was always a globalist cabal; … Continue reading

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