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Philosophy
Demi Powell
Unraveling the Prison Planet Theory: A Deep Dive into a Conspiracy Framework
The “Prison Planet” theory is a provocative and controversial narrative that posits a complex web of control, manipulation, and surveillance extending to every facet of human existence. Propounded by various conspiracy theorists, this theory suggests that…
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Philosophy
Demi Powell
Adonism: Exploring the Philosophy of Divine Beauty
Adonism, a philosophical and spiritual movement rooted in the veneration of divine beauty, has deep historical roots and continues to inspire seekers of higher truths. Derived from the Greek word “Adonis,” a symbol of youthful beauty and rebirth, Adonism …
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Philosophy
Demi Powell
Exploring Quantum Mysticism: Bridging the Ethereal and the Scientific
Quantum mysticism, a term that marries the esoteric realm of spirituality with the cutting-edge discoveries of quantum physics, has sparked fascination and debate among those intrigued by the intersections of science and metaphysics. At its core, quantum …
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Philosophy
Iose Cocuzza, BCHN®, CGP, BFRP
Contemplating the END OF LIFE: how will I die?
Have you ever wondered how your life will end? I don’t usually think about death, but lately, I have been pondering this question. I have witnessed older relatives, who have been a part of my entire life, as well as some distant friends who have passed a…
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Philosophy
ASAMOAH YEBOAH
HEAL OR BE HEELED
The denouement of a heartbreak can be negative or positive. It is a make-or-break period in a man’s life because of its suffering and suffocation. Only men love, and love makes a man weak; weakness is akin to suffering. I maintain that suffering, when en…
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Philosophy
Wise Hub.
The Buddha, Laozi and Confucius Walked Into a Bar
The place exuded an ancient charm, with weathered wooden beams overhead and traditional Chinese lanterns casting a warm glow. Soft instrumental music played in the background, creating a serene ambiance that contrasted with the lively chatter of patrons. …
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Philosophy
Arezki Abbas
Is your owl laughing?
We might wish that life had a retort for our longings and urges as humans abiding on earth. There were no explanations, the absence of standards, and ethics meant nothing back then, It was a relatively dark age, and the role of men’s vitality forged ideas…
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Philosophy
Bilal Ali
Why some regard failures as success
Failure is frustrating. It is especially frustrating when you feel lost and cannot figure out how to recover. You sometimes feel lonely and powerless during those moments. You cannot figure out how to escape from that situation. You’ve given your 100% bu…
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Philosophy
Bilal Ali
Photography as Therapy
Photography has been a game-changer for me. Not just in terms of mental health but also by kickstarting my writing career. I have written a book about my photographs called “Stories Of My Photographs.” It was inspired by one of my mentors in college who …
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Philosophy
CHISHALA LUPUPA
Philosophy and existentialism
The profundities of thought, where questions emerge, Reasoning dives, looking for truth and appearance. Existentialism, a way it tracks, Investigating life’s substance, where significance spreads. From Socrates to Nietzsche’s significant cries, Reasoning …
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Philosophy
Alexis karpouzos
WORDS ARE POWER - ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
At the dawn of the third decade of the 21st century, the existence of humankind has become highly perilous. We are cutting down our forests, exhausting our fresh water aquifers, and losing our vital top soils. We are stripping the life from our oceans and…
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Philosophy
Alexis karpouzos
THE HEART OF THE COSMOS - ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
If I make a scientific inquiry into my body, I first find it is made of matter, like rocks and trees and rivers. As I look closer, I see that the matter of my body is animated, that it is alive. The source of this life is the energy from metabolism of foo…
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Philosophy
Alexis karpouzos
WHAT IS THE INVISIBLE INTELLIGENCE? - ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
Embracing our oneness with nature be key to our survival. The unity is the invisible Intelligence and is embedded in the rhythms and relationships that observed in nature, we are the work of this cosmic intelligence. What is good for the whole system? On …
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Philosophy
Nelli Mackenzie
Harnessing the Power of Time: where Esoterica and Quantum Mechanics Unite.
Time is a peculiar concept, elusive and mysterious. Though we experience it every day, it remains a mystery to us. From the ancient esoteric traditions of the orient to the most recent quantum mechanical research, the nature of time continues to puzzle us…
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Philosophy
Tyrin
The Ego
(The writing of this essay was inspired by the lectures and ideas of Alan Watts.) When I speak about Ego here I am talking about the accumulation of labels. Your ego is an accumulation of your name, morals, race, political views and anything else you ide…
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Philosophy
Nick Williams
The Official Narrative
The ‘official version of things’ is both authoritative and compelling – it is both coercive and intimidating, and it is – strangely – immensely attractive to us at the same time. It holds power over us. It appeals to the weakest part of ourselves, the par…
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Philosophy
Steve J. Chandler
Did tomorrow happen 14 billion years ago?
The hypothesis that the Universe came into being 13.77 billion years ago is widely enough accepted to be now treated as fact. Those early Ptolemaic astronomers glimpsed what Duco Schreuder refers to so eloquently as “the totality of existence” when they c…
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Philosophy
5 Ways To Really Show Up In Your Relationship
5 Ways To Really Show Up In Your Relationship There seems to be so much coming up right now about staying true to yourself and believing in yourself and for you to do this, you need to start showing up where you want to be right now. You might be struggl…
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Philosophy
Self Care Sunday Reminders
Today is Sunday and on Sundays we relax. Today is a day to really think of yourself and have some time to yourself by doing some self care. Taking time for yourself really allows your body to recoup and rest and bring it back to its healthy self. We ofte…
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Philosophy
Janet Li
5 Signs in Your Palm that you have numerous Love Affairs
If your boy friend is asked whether he has numerous love affairs in the past and he shows these two attitudes – “Do not mention about the past” and “Anyway, I will not take about that”, you should persuade him to have the hands read. Then he cannot cheat …
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Philosophy
Lavanya Kumar Shrivastava
Paradigm Shift With Your Self Image Transformation
How to build your self-image? Self-image is often forgotten or not known to many people till their last moments of their lives. The idea of self-image should be inculcated in the childhood before they join the school. One of the best cosmetic surgeon fro…
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Philosophy
Pharaeus Lysander
Weitiko. The Mind Virus That has Swept the Globe. The REAL Pandemic.
Don Juan Matus, the Yaqui Man of Knowledge who Carlos Castenada worked with for many years said : “We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The Predator is our lord an…
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Philosophy
Nathalie Sansonetti
Have You Heard Of The Mozart Effect?
HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE MOZART EFFECT? Research carried out on children’s cognitive abilities indicated that there were some improvements while they listened to Mozart’s music. It was also found to help epileptic and Alzheimer patients. This kind of rese…
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Philosophy
Demi Powell
This is what scientists say about Soul today
The Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith has provided the long awaited, first principal, biological explanation of the human condition, our capacity for so called ‘good and evil’. With the clarifying, biological explanation for why we humans became compet…
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