The one page version of the eonic effect/model

We decided that instead of historical theories we would use a one page version of the eonic effect. That’s easy, we have a sequential and parallel outline. The sequence is a series of epochs 1. the neolithic??? not enough data, probably two such epochs, we suspect… 2. 3000 BCE to 600 BCE 3. 600 BCE … Continue reading The one page version of the eonic effect/model

Judeo-xtianity as dead religions – and islam?

It is misleading to critique judaism and christianity but exempt islam. But the issue of islamophobia enters to confuse the issue. Nonetheless, the same secularizing critique should apply: moslems themselves should take the lead. All the religions of the Axial Age succession are probably doomed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamophobia And let us note the way that 9/11 as … Continue reading Judeo-xtianity as dead religions – and islam?

History as causal mechanics or simple story?

History as causal mechanics or simple story? May 27th, 2018 · This influence is crystallized most clearly in Smucker’s argument that the “historical task” of progressive movements “has more to do with ‘telling a good story’ than it does with ‘speaking the truth,’” and that the central front in the battle for power is “essentially … Continue reading History as causal mechanics or simple story?