YOUR MEMORIES ARE NOT FALSE | A Reply to the False Memory Syndrome Foundation

With respect to all the research Marilyn Van Derbur has done on the "False Memory Syndrome Foundation", I share with you all more information on it for those interested. Are sexual predators being protected in society at the expense of their survivors? For any of those who are interested in psychology, trauma and recovery from... Continue Reading →

Tropical Versus Sidereal | For those who practice Astrology

In the most literal sense, the definition of "sidereal" equals "the stars". Sidereal follows the stars and tropical follows the seasons (which never change). When it comes to the stars, they move slowly, but they move. The constellations are moving 1 degree backwards every 72 years. The most accurate astrologers follow this movement. There is... Continue Reading →

The Liberation in Epigenetics

I don't buy that we are a slave to our genes. While we may not be able to change our eye color, we are able to re-write our genetic predispositoins to physical maladies. It is much easier for us to deal with physical illness than to deal with the emotions they might mask so this... Continue Reading →

Science VS Spirituality

Disclaimer: The word "God" is mentioned here. What I mean by God is source energy made of love that permeates all life.  There is no scientific measuring tool that we can use to prove anything exists outside our five lower senses so if you look at strict science, there is no basis for universal law,... Continue Reading →

Do You Even Experience, Bro?

My answer to "Do you even science, bro?" I attempt, in this piece, to defend personal experience as the most important source for Truth. There is a current war out there between logical scientists and metaphysical enthusiasts. Both have been at odds since the beginning of recorded time. We are either at one extreme or... Continue Reading →

When Science Becomes Religion

The very nature of science is in questioning what we hear and honoring objective personal experience since information is not always knowledge. "Dissent is crucial for the advancement of science. Disagreement is at the heart of peer review and is important for uncovering unjustified assumptions, flawed methodologies, and problematic reasoning." -- I. de Melo-Martin and... Continue Reading →

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