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Magic


Dean Radin has a new book out on Magic: Let’s say “magic” is the (apparently) direct imposition of will upon matter or material systems without any known material intermediary or the apparent direct perception of information without any known material … Continue reading

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Patternism: Everything Real is a Metaphor


After declaring Material to be dead in previous post, I thought we should ask the question: what should replace Materialism as the dominant metaphysical paradigm? What metaphor is better than dead rocks? What metaphor incorporates consciousness and subjectivity? I propose: … Continue reading

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Death of Materialism


“Material is dead.” – Niche Re: the ~10:00 mark where pre/post-materialism is discussed… I think we need to consider how the notion of “material” is rooted in our evolutionary biology. For millions of years we encountered ROCKS. They are hard, … Continue reading

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Protected: Dammegarding the Next Event


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Las Vegas – A Conspiracy Theory


It is almost like this event was designed for conspiracy theorists such as myself… (EDIT: I have re-written this – adding links and clarifying. I apologize in advance for my initial semi-insane rant. I’ll speak in non-sequitur fragmented code so … Continue reading

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Sunday School


There was no lack of passion in the small child’s voice as he pleaded with his playmate to trade one large red Lego for two small blue Legos. “Joseph! Please Joseph, let me have them! Remember Zacchaeus? You should share!” … Continue reading

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CDC Flu Vaccine Propaganda


The yearly outbreak of Flu vaccine propaganda is here. The CDC’s case-controlled method of estimating flu vaccine effectiveness is fraudulent. Why? It only looks at sick people. If the vaccination rate in people with influenza-like illness (ILI) is higher than … Continue reading

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