What follows is an old Facebook post (2015) that illustrates in greater depth my concern about the globalist agenda prior to the 2016 election. In 1969, a few months after graduating from high school, I flew to Europe, where I spent several months exploring by thumb and by train. OfContinue Reading

When the subject is Buddhism, “enlightenment” means a spiritual awakening. But the Western Enlightenment has been political and social. It’s about reason, the rights of the individual citizen, and a scientific understanding of the material plane. Because the Enlightenment’s ideas were derived from the speculations of a number of individualContinue Reading

If we mark the beginning of the Middle Ages with Charlemagne appointing himself King of the Franks (768) and mark the beginning of the Age of Enlightenment with Descartes’ philosophy of Cogito, ergo sum (1637) or Isaac Newton’s Mathematica Principia (1687), then the Middle Ages lasted around 900 years—900 yearsContinue Reading

As the Roman Empire collapsed, disorder increased. Civilization requires order, and Europeans were well past the point where they could live simply. So, a new order came into being, an alliance between the Roman Catholic Church and powerful aristocrats—royalty. At this point, the only relationship Christianity had with Christ wasContinue Reading

There have been many instances where, once the teacher dies, the students fall away from the teachings. Because of the heavy mythologizing that came after his death, it’s difficult to see Jesus as an enlightened teacher. He’s depicted as a super being, the only son of God the Father. HisContinue Reading

Before picking apart the entity we call Christianity, I need to establish who I believe Jesus was. There is no figure in the history of the West who’s more polarizing and less understood by both his adherents and those who disparage him. If you go to the New Age sectionContinue Reading