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TGA Part II: The “Tyranny Virus” (Full Chart)

Posted by on May 22, 2021 in Economics, Philosophy | 0 comments

Deconstruction of a Societal Weapon OR “The Great Unmasking”. This chart is a supporting document for TGA, Part II, “Exorcism of Tyranny”.

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A Catalogue of Short Notes (Spring 2021) *Updated May 19th*

Posted by on May 11, 2021 in Philosophy, Writing | 0 comments

I have a lot of written works in progress that are coming. They are not ready yet, but in the meanwhile, here are a few snippets of some scattered notes of pertinence, to which more may well be added…

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Admixture 2.****: Inter-Relationship of Fundamental Values (Fresh Track)

Posted by on Apr 30, 2021 in Audio | 0 comments

Hot off the keys, in “Healing Triplets” style, a further variation on the upright Cable Nelson, distilled to an action-packed 17 minutes. But wait… there’s more! Click now and see an accompanying photograph of our hero! And potential evening whereabouts…

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“Battlefield: Purgatory” Full Trilogy (Updated March 7th)

Posted by on Feb 27, 2021 in Audio | 0 comments

A trifecta of shadowy delights, swimming through uncharted spiritual and psychic waters, battling demons and striving for the divine: an alchemical mix of light and darkness, from piano, to harpsichord, to organ…

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The Great Awakening, Part II: Exorcism of Tyranny (Addendum added Feb. 25th)

Posted by on Feb 18, 2021 in Philosophy, Writing | 0 comments

The plan shown below, appears to me, the best way to get a handle on the crises of the moment: from fraud, tyranny, dictates, abuse of personal sovereignty, etc., while at the same time maintaining law and order, and avoiding a descent into chaos and anarchy. This way, we might move forward amicably and sure-footed, and leave the virus panic and many other unjust impositions behind us.

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Season’s Greetings!

Posted by on Dec 27, 2020 in Misc. Prose | 0 comments

I hope everyone had, and is having, a wonderful Christmas and holiday season, considering everything. This year will soon be over, and big changes are coming soon. Happy birthday Jesus, and happy new year to all!

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Ruses of Manipulation: Dark Library Edition

Posted by on Dec 20, 2020 in Misc. Prose, Writing | 0 comments

As an avid reader, and highly curious, I have run into, and come into possession of, a number of questionable books. I have, after perusing them, found them to be deserving of no respect or reverence at all. I have since disposed of them. However, “why” they are to be dismissed may not be so clear to the readers, and deserves to be shown. In this essay, I will give specific examples and explain the basic psychological subversion tactics with which the authors wrote.

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Regarding the Lack of Comments

Posted by on Dec 12, 2020 in Misc. Prose | 0 comments

I should clarify, for anyone first coming to this site, that the reason that there are no comments anywhere, is that I do not allow comments (since it was all spam and bots and shills), and yet Wordpress feels the need to display a count. Just FYI.

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Rules of Engagement and Ruses of Manipulation

Posted by on Dec 12, 2020 in Misc. Prose, Philosophy, Writing | 0 comments

The number one psychological attack coming after all of us is that of “division”. This has been happening for many decades, and the malicious class and their puppets, in their effort to destroy our country, aim to have us at each other’s throats. Do not be deceived. There are malicious players and lies, double agents, on all sides. Pray for discernment, see through the deception, and stand up and tell your truth.

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A Short, Perhaps Temporary, Note

Posted by on Dec 8, 2020 in Misc. Prose, Writing | 0 comments

I got to yelling last night, on my own. This time, particularly about the horrific mass-psychological manipulation of my generation for which “Facebook” is partly responsible. It’s a cathartic release of emotion when I do so. And, shortly thereafter, I had some of the best sleep I have had in weeks. However, I’m a little bit worried…

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