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Figurative Language

Figurative Language

Language itself is a mental construct, an illusion. Take nouns for instance. The word 'HOUSE' whether you see it written or hear it spoken, is not the house itself. It is simply a physical form of part of a sign. It is the signifier that points to the signified which is a mental conceptualization of [...]

Behavioral Modification Systems

Behavioral Modification Systems

The common denominator between meditation systems, religions, spiritual initiation systems, yoga, psychoanalysis, education, positive thinking, affirmations, hypnosis, etc. is that they all aim at modifying behavior. To ‘behave oneself’ originally meant literally to ‘have oneself in a particular way’ – 'have' being used here in the sense ‘hold’ or ‘comport’. The be- is an intensive [...]

Mother Africa

Mother Africa

Africa has had and still has the most advance BEHAVIORAL technology on the planet. We may be more familiar with it under names like Education, Psychology, Spirituality, or even Religion. Africa is asking "My child, my child...why has thou forsaken me?" "Why have you forsaken our institutions of cultivation from a wildling (birth/babe) to a domesticated [...]

The Enabler

The Enabler

No, friendship is not about "supporting your friends even when you know they're wrong." That's not friendship. That's being an ENABLER. That's being an ACCOMPLICE. Friendship is loving someone enough to tell them to stop being an idiot before they ruin their lives (enchanting minds). Bad Character has been given a pass for far too [...]

Burden Of Proof In The Social Community

Burden Of Proof In The Social Community

The burden of proof is always on the claimant. If a claimant does not support their claim(s) with appropriate evidence, there's no need to focus or spend energy on it. The Social Community is full of unsupported claims and a lot of energy wasted in back and forth comments. In a debate setting, those claims would [...]

The Misuse of “Debate”

The Misuse of “Debate”

The concept of debate stems from its original meaning which is "to beat down." A debate is to involve two or more apposing arguments where the issues are beat down to its core components to get to the facts (reality). In order to do this, procedures were structured on the best methods to accurately discern [...]

African Religion

African Religion

Before the spread of Christianity (and Islam) by force or otherwise in Africa, Africans across the continent did not practice religion as the word "religion" is used today which is a term used for a belief system usually in conflict with science. I was asked:  << Question: What religion did the Africans claim before being [...]

Mislabeling of Spookism

Mislabeling of Spookism

Many of the early Egyptologists' works misinforms and misleads the public, and mischaracterizes and maligns the spiritual achievements of /kmt/ 'Kemet'. They took advantage of the fact that in some cases the rmT 'Remetch' "Ancient Egyptians" did not give a title to their scriptures and therefore, invented titles that would effectively conceal the theme and purpose [...]

Bad Character In The Social Community

Bad Character In The Social Community

"Why do people display bad character over social media?" Social media grants people the freedom and power to type anything with little to no accountability. "Why do people display bad character over social media?" Social media grants people the freedom and power to type anything with little to no accountability. In other words, there is [...]

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