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Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem: Ontological Mathematics vs. Science

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Most people think that Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem means something about the final answer to everything being something that can never be attained, only more and more closely approximated, because any system of logic and its axioms will always be incomplete … Continue reading

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Ontological Mathematics for the Lay Person – Part 1

Something from Nothing What is the difference between the abstract concept of nothing versus the nothing of the mathematical ontological zero that represents the basis of reality? This is one of the most important things, probably the most important thing … Continue reading

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A Religious Derivation of Special Relativity

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Premise:  “Reality is number.  Number is all.” – Pythagoras Pythagoras meant that in a Platonic sense…in fact Plato got his Platonism from the Pythagorean school, funny as that is.  Basically, and simply, mathematics, i.e. number, is the unseen domain of perfect … Continue reading

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Pythagorean Illuminati, Illuminism, The Ancient Order of the Illuminati, and Ontological Mathematics: Update March 27 2013

Just an update to the list of recommended reading from the Illuminati’s “God Series”. The Noosphere (February 11, 2013) The Omega Point (March 26, 2013) I am just about through “The Noosphere” and have found it the best reading yet … Continue reading

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Pythagorean Illuminati, Gnostic Illuminism, The Ancient Order of the Illuminati, and Ontological Mathematics

What is it? Are these books below from who they say they are?  I don’t know.  But it is plausible, given the uniqueness, quality, and breadth of the material; if they’re not the Illuminati then they might as well be … Continue reading

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