We have in a number of posts over the last several years, but less so lately, suggested that 'mass murder' is part of the faux-fascist 'fascism' that the 'drone' Trump is performing in his very odd state of mind which seems to have succeeded via failure that has paralyzed all response. The many speculations about … Continue reading Trump the drone?
These debates result from the exaggerated/obsessive belief on both sides and they are issues addressed by figures such as Kant who unfortunately has been banished from public culture even as the &#… Source: Trust Science? the game park of the naive realists…? – 1848+: The End(s) of History
Good points: In fact Abraham points to a grey area between history and myth: his story of coming from 'Mesopotamia', Sumer, is apt and points the way the Israelites had not one but two 'frontier' effects: Egypt and the lagacy world of Sumer. Mesopotamia and Egypt were like developed coutnries and still undeveloped semi-wild zones, … Continue reading the mysterious ‘eonic’ history of Israel/Persia: two monotheisms: Israelitism, Zoroastrianism
File:Zeus Yahweh.jpgThis is a coin from fairly late, and shows how wary we should be about the history of Israel. The forms of monotheism are treacherous grounds and the question of its emergence is of something barely distinct from polytheism and yet the prophetic version with its YHVH understood this confusion and strangely created the … Continue reading Yahweh coin???
I didn't quite answer your question. The same effect is true in modern times. Why do we use the term 'modern'? The term varies in its usage, but the point is that in the nineteenth century it was clear a new era had started. The industrial revolution powerfully suggested that, but there is much more … Continue reading Exchange continues…
Re: Sv: Sv: Sv: Sv: Sv: Sv: Sv: World History and the Eonic Effect From: Nemonemini To: email@example.com Date: Mon, Sep 28, 2020 6:55 am Attachments Decoding_World_Histo...pdf (840 KB) Diffusion does seem to happen regardless of the macro effect though, as in the spread of Christinaity and Islam during regular history, and certain movements like … Continue reading Exchange on WHEE and model
As noted the Natufian seems like a starting point, but we have little evidence in the Paleolithic. As man disperses globally the macro process would have to stop since it can't operate over such a large totality: to effect a whole it must do what we see in history: proceed in an eonic sequence and … Continue reading Exchange: more on whee
Some good questions: this is the way to go, to figure a uniquely complex and tricky phenomenon.. You are helping me a lot with this. Let me answer just the first question for now: we have very little data before the neolithic, and even that is thin. But the first era relevant here is the … Continue reading Exchange: eonic data