Monthly Archives: December 2013

Thoughts on how the British class structure mentality influences their interpretation of things

It seems to me that the British class structure colors much of British mentality and their interpretation of the world.  In some ways, the British are obsessed with class structure.  Its influence can be seen in the development of many … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “is sickness”: ‘going out of my mind’, ‘bark shock’, depression, and other things

There is something which I call the “is sickness”.  This name comes from the “is” (I have spoken of this in an article called “Thoughts on the pre-self, primal self, world self, post-self, and the greater self“).  The “is sickness” is a particular … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on how forcing democracy is bad

Recently, I got in a conversation about the “forcing” of democracy onto countries (I probably mentioned some of this before).  The “forcing” of democracy is something that has always disgusted me.  Its just becomes another version of a take-over as far … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “male creation”

There is something which I keep calling the “male creation”.  This refers to the various creations the male has created throughout the centuries.  It’s actually become an amalgamation of many different forms of creations that, over time, has turned into … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the female and Victorian society – “being Victorian green” – the females envy of the male and the ‘female envy culture’

Here’s a thought I had: While reading some accounts from a lady in the 1800’s a theme appeared which I’ve known for some time.  Basically this is that during the Victorian era many females developed a particularly strong envy of the male.  I … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how I am not an intellectual – the coming of ‘Poesy’ and the seeking of a state of mind

Recently, a feeling has come over me.  I felt that I was not an intellectual or a ‘learned person’ at all and that I was actually a pretend intellectual, a hoax, a put-on.  I feel that I was sort of … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Blind Christianity – some effects of the post-Christian era

For many centuries Christianity had great influence and power in Europe.  It had great impact on western civilization.  It effected almost every aspect of society:  law, morality, world conception, purpose, etc.  Everywhere you turn in western society you see the … Continue reading

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