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Thoughts on the progression of spirituality from primitive to mass society – the ‘conditions of spirituality’

Here is a thought I had: STAGES OF PROGRESSION I said that, in regard to spirituality, there were some interesting stages in the progression from primitive society to mass society.  I see six stages: Participation Devotion Achievement Thought Creations Stagnation … Continue reading

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Thoughts on alienation and tribal society – the Lost Tribe Sickness

I have always felt that a lot of the alienation we saw in the 1800-1900’s in western Europe and the US may have had a lot of origins with the fall of tribal society.  Most people don’t think of western … Continue reading

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Thoughts about the relation of the ‘dumb blonde’ with Germanic and Scandinavian tribal society

One of the feelings I’ve always had is that there is more to the ‘dumb blonde’ statements than what it seems.  It’s not just some joke that has appeared recently. Over the years I’ve noted a behavior in Germanic and … Continue reading

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