AOC, Nietzsche, and Bullshit

In the old world of Greece and Rome, morality was highly performative, or dependent upon performance or ritual. Bad things didn’t happen because one acted immorally, per se, but something I did angered the wrong god. This morality was performed both on stage in morally concerned plays, as well as through acts of sacrifice madeContinue reading “AOC, Nietzsche, and Bullshit”

The End of History: A World Demystified

Continuing on through Fukuyama’s introduction of his ideas, he comes to explain what he sees as the conduit from which history initially spawned. Before I share with you what he says, I think it must be made clear why he is saying it. Fukuyama shares what he sees as the origins of history because he,Continue reading “The End of History: A World Demystified”

The Functional Origins of Q-Anon

After the arrest of Jefferey Epstein, it seemed as if we were living in an episode of Scooby-Doo. The gang had just unmasked the American Regime as a rotten, castle dwelling goon guilty of using innocent children as sexual and political pawns. The truth of the matter is this: with somewhat similar child abuse scandalsContinue reading “The Functional Origins of Q-Anon”

Real Life.

The thing about peace is, the longer it reigns, and the deeper its roots grow, the more painful it’ll be when reality reasserts itself and rips that pretty, little daisy right out of the ground. Moreover, the more generations peace reigns over(and make no mistake: peace reigns over men just as tyranny,) the more theContinue reading “Real Life.”

Greco-Roman Conceptions of Crucifixion: “The Barren Tree”

The Romans employed crucifixion as a death sentence for the lowliest of scum. To them, the crucifix was known as “the barren tree”, a name surely used to embody the hopelessness and loneliness present in such a manner of death. What else could one possibly see when they think of such a phrase? Most likelyContinue reading “Greco-Roman Conceptions of Crucifixion: “The Barren Tree””

Psychedelics & Ancient Greece

Psychedelics are a danger I wish I had not touched. I wish I had not ventured onto that plane of existence. For on that plane, everything is obfuscated, nothing is as it seems, and in such darkness devils are known to dwell.   What plane? What is it like? Where does it lie? What awaits thoseContinue reading “Psychedelics & Ancient Greece”

Atheism in 2020 is Derivative of Christianity

There has not been a single well known atheist(Dawkins, Harris, Dillahunty) that has come out and acknowledged that, perhaps, just maybe, we have gone down the wrong civilizational path. No, they have not admitted that abandoning God may have led to a vacuum of which there is no better replacement. They have not theorized thatContinue reading “Atheism in 2020 is Derivative of Christianity”

Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion

There are many similarities between Jesus Christ and the Ancient Greek God, Dionysus. These striking similarities in their essences, as well as the stark differences in the way they lived, readied the world for the coming of God made flesh. Without the ideas, conceptions, and truths born through Dionysus, it is conceivable that the worldContinue reading “Dionysus & Christ: The Render of Men vs. Salvific Crucifixion”

Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape

In late 2010, Sam Harris, famed atheist public thinker, published what may be considered his magnum opus. “The Moral Landscape”, a then New York Times bestseller, attempts to argue that science can be used to observe human values. In it, Harris lays out what he believes to be a landscape of peaks and valleys uponContinue reading “Friedrich Nietzsche & Sam Harris Moving Beyond Christ: Conceptions of the Moral Landscape”

Jesus, Achilles, and Dionysus: A Dialectic

Pt. 1: Jesus & Achilles Within the context of the western canon, there are two characters that come closest to Christ and his salvation of all mankind. These two characters are Achilles and Dionysus. Yet despite how close these two are to being saviors, one a God, the other a demi-God, neither had the powerContinue reading “Jesus, Achilles, and Dionysus: A Dialectic”