An ‘eonic history’ manifesto

Not a single scientist, historian or philosopher has been able to elucidate world history which remains a mystery. But the mystery was awaiting sufficient data to reveal a hyper-complex but strangely intuitive solution. The eonic model is finally a range of data and that empirical field shows where we go wrong. We cannot fully complete a full depiction (the data range is vast, and still a void) but we can as with a puzzle which often make sense in its parts detect and deduce a rough idea of what we call the eonic means.
The theory is therefore problematical, but the data itself can transform our sense of the meaning of history.

The enigma of world? Historians are notable for organized stupidity and are determined it seems to be blind to the real dynamics of world history. Can we at least recommend a look to these ostriche…

Source: An ‘eonic history’ manifesto: can we at least recommend a look at the eonic effect? – Darwiniana

 Evolutionary psychology versus the eonic effect…

Evolutionary biologists have to be the dumbest of scientists…For over two generations critics have pointed to the failures of selectionist darwinism but the professional cadre is almost belligerent in its rigidity. Small wonder then that the crackpot evolutionary psychology should also be a stronghold of confusion.

A look at the eonic effect suggests something vastly more complex and further that what we call the eonic effect gives us a glimpse of the larger dynamics of evolution, and this has occurred throughout history.

A key issue, since the crackpot bestseller of Harari sees man as a coming ‘god’, is the inability of biologists, or scientists in general, to grasp the phenomenon of ‘consciousness’. Its account in terms of natural selection is idiocy.

>Source: Does the Theoretical Arrow Fired by Jane Goodall End at the Feet of Jair Bolsonaro? – CounterPunch.org

A just-so story about the origin of religious beliefs 

Given the evidence of the eonic effect (with its subsection on the Axial Age) we can see that even religions show a relationship to some mysterious source, invoking somewhat cautiously the idea of finetuning…The latter idea won’t convince at first…
we don’t need the idea of fine-tuning as such: it merely creates one possible connection with physics.
Study the idea of the ‘eonic evolution’ of civilization. Then look at the eonic effect with respect to emergent religions…The darwinian theory of evolution is completely hopeless here…

Source: A just-so story about the origin of religious beliefs – Uncommon Descent

Deprogramming historical brainwashing

The eonic effect needs a college course… June 19th, 2018 ·
The previous post raised the question of historical study using the eonic effect. The eonic effect should be the subject matter for a college course, but unfortunately professional historians are extremely critical of anything that smacks of ‘speculative’ history and would never allow such a course. Perhaps that can change. Continue reading “Deprogramming historical brainwashing”