Category Archives: Philosophy, spiritual

What IS spirituality?

Reference plausibility = state-complicit brainwashing power

Religious clerics are a reference option if applying to military, therefore “the church” has the formal backing of the state in enforced brainwashing I learned this from a very angry sounding guy, speaking apparently on a cell phone, expressing about … Continue reading

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Some Indians seem to have been persuaded to buy this line

(Among the extremely diverse traditions of the soon-to-be-most-populous nation on the planet) There were some fertility cults in India back in the day (perhaps including of the type that would dance around ceremoniously and then have a group orgy), and … Continue reading

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Consistency between international humanitarian law and Islamic jurisprudence

The Red Cross hosts an interesting article on the subject. Here is a summarizing excerpt: …classical Muslim jurists have succeeded in providing an impressive legal literature that humanizes armed conflicts. They also showed a great deal of concern for non-combatants … Continue reading

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Hurting people is helping people, and helping people is hurting people #V1123

Help people deal with painful things, by just making them hurt all the time. Then, times with lesser causes of pain will not seem like such a big deal, comparatively speaking.

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Scientists may have figured out why deep breathing can make people calm

The research, on a tiny group of neurons deep within the brains of mice, also underscores just how intricate and pervasive the links are within our body between breathing, thinking, behaving and feeling. Breathing is one of the body’s most … Continue reading

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Thought reform and microcompliance: powerpuppet recruitment

It will be heaven. It will be efficient. There will be lots of seratonin. You will rule. We will rule it. All.

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Anti-pedophilia witch hunting cults

I protect my child daughter by encouraging men to think about sex with children. This is protection because then someone will know who is thinking about sex with children. Thinking about sex with children is protection against thinking about sex … Continue reading

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Repacking pro-puppetry mechanitions in a way that a 3-year old might be able to see through

If you say what you think, they will steal your idea. To protect your idea, instead say what I think.

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The real story of WW2

1) They tricked the Germans into building 10,000 tanks. 2) They tricked the Germans into putting 3 million guns into 3 million hands. 3) The tricked the Germans into occupying Austria. 4) They tricked the Germans into attacking Poland. 5) … Continue reading

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“AI”-complemented neurotech explains the reasons for your actions in a way that progressively achieves thought reform

For example, the reason you wear a hoodie is because you’re afraid that people will see your face and be able to identify you. But maybe it’s just a little cold and nice to have a hood, or you don’t … Continue reading

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