fear

The Fear Not to Be

Edward Curtin This year marks the seventieth anniversary of the theologian Paul Tillich’s famous book, The Courage to Be. Widely read in the days when an educated public read books, it is long forgotten. In it, Tillich surveys the history of anxiety and fear and their relation to courage, religious faith, and the meaning of …

Demonic Delusion: The Dark Side, Fear & Self-Deception – Jay Dyer (Half)

 Today I want to discuss the dark truths around the notions of delusion and self-deception. How is it possible to deceive ourselves? Do demons play a role in this process? What about drugz and the use of hallucinog3ns to achieve access to other realms, dimensions and illumination? Is there a progress into a demonic […]

20 Years of Epigrams on the War on Terror

Here is a round-up of some of my epigrams on the War on Terror. I tweaked a few lines for this repost and I may have missed or forgotten other lines that I should have included.  I welcome any suggestions to add (or delete) for this list. Investors Business Daily, October 2, 2001: Like a […]
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Pfizer vaccine now FDA approved, but VAERS raises questions [Video]

The VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) run taken for vaccine related deaths thus far in 2021 reported 5,054 deaths (in the USA, Europe is much higher) that took place in some relation to receiving COVID-19 vaccines. The VAERS database, a service provided by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, notes that the deaths […]