Herstory

Have you ever stopped to think why it’s history rather than herstory? After reading quite an astonishing history of House of Egibi, I learned much of what we know and do is not based on what actually happened. We’ve been lied to by governments, churches and rich societies. They’ve lied and continued to lie becauseContinue reading “Herstory”

Baby Boomers

“Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.” – E. M. Forster Don’t you love those dumb comments on Facebook (Meta) when it’s painfully obvious the commentator has no freaking clue what they’re talking about? But you know what is almost as equally painful? When someone responds toContinue reading “Baby Boomers”

Astral Interpretation

“One can only form an idea of something akin to his experiences. A man who has never tasted anything sweet cannot form an idea of sugar. Without experience or consciousness of a thing, our minds are unable to form a concept.” – William Walter Atkinson About 8 months ago, I revisited research information found overContinue reading “Astral Interpretation”

Religious Experience

“…the human mind creates for itself more or less analogous beings on whose wills and actions these fearful happenings depend.” – Albert Einstein Here’s a question for all you religious people who lack critical thinking but rather rely upon “faith” which is a man-made phenomenon comparable to “time” is also man-made. When and if JesusContinue reading “Religious Experience”

Multi-Tasking

The experts say you can’t effectively multi-task but many employers seek out prospects who are good multi-taskers. I’m quite good at chewing bubble gum and taking a leisure walk but I suck at blowing bubbles during a quick pace (the gum gets all over my beard). Is multi-tasking only possible when we are doing easyContinue reading “Multi-Tasking”