Belief
Zarathustra
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So Spake Zarathustra the Geomancer

Category: 2009, Belief, Values

When Zarathustra arrived at the city, he saw an assembly of people gathered in a large arena listening and dancing to loud music. The crowd parted as he walked among them, observing his weird robe and remarkable shaft. Soon he stood under the bright lights on stage and the music stopped. “Speak, speak! O, Zarathustra,” […]

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Jul 15, 20153
2002
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The Mystery of the Palindrome

Category: 2015, Belief, Islam

Since every day from 5/10/15 to 5/19/15 is a palindrome day it provides me an occasion to recall my research into the last 10 Palindrome years starting with 1001. If you are 26 years old or older, you have lived through two palindrome years. Here are quotes from the book  The Dual Palindrome, which I wrote […]

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May 19, 20153
Pendulum
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Could You Tame the Capricious Pendulum?

Let me start with my often-repeated first rule of the secret of survival: adjust to circumstance. In order to adjust you must, however, understand the circumstances. I will now proceed to the third level of the survival problem. A pendulum in motion best depicts the problem. World events, economy, warfare, power structure, social developments, etc. […]

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Apr 10, 20103
President Obama
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Sound Bites Without Commercials

A Lonely Voice from My Ranch, Before Obama The America I learned to love was an America that protected the world against Totalitarianism of the right, the fascists, and the left, the communists. It was not a land divided by multicultural borderlines and angry hyphenated Americans. It was a land of true Americans. We were […]

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Sep 1, 20083
Marcus Aurelius
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“Roman” Politics

I took four years of Latin and never realized how smart the Romans were when it came to politics. Here is some evidence: Ad captandum vulgus aegrescit medendo argumentum ad hominem Argumentum ad ignorantiam beneficium accipere libertatem est vendere de duobus malis, minus est semper eligendum De inimico non loquaris sed cogites Falsus in uno, […]

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Jul 1, 20053
read-george-soros-on-why-china-is-the-worlds-biggest-story-right-now
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United We Hate

When politicians promote equality the most common and most accessible unifying force is hate. You do not need any positive motivation as long as you have a target for your hate. During the last century Germans, Russians, Chinese and Arabs were united by hate promoted by totalitarian and fanatical leaderships. Political leaders employ similar tactics […]

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May 1, 20053
George W. Bush
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Freedom, Equality, and Hate

We live in freedom and we believe that it is an ideal environment for the human spirit and that freedom is the ultimate expression of human desire. Living in freedom, however, is not an effortless life. It places the responsibility for success in life on the individual. Obviously some will succeed and some will not, […]

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Jul 1, 20043
The Thinker
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On Opinions: Informed vs. Uninformed

Category: 2001, Belief

You are lucky if you hear these words. Most people simply state their opinion as fact and dare you to challenge it. The fact, however, is that everybody has opinions, is entitled to them, is free to express them and even act on them. Forming opinions is a natural process. We are constantly doing it […]

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Nov 1, 20013