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Akousmatikoi, Mathematikoi, or Hyperborean? Who are YOU?

In this video we outline the basic characteristics of the different levels of involvement which a person may concern themselves with Classical Illuminism, Pythagorean Illuminism, and Ontological Mathematics. We will also briefly address the concept of *hierarchy*, and establish whether … Continue reading

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Classical Illuminism – A New Way of Life for the Future

I introduce Pythagorean Illuminism, or Classical Illuminism, as a new system of society, government, religion, life, and the future. It is not open to all, but who it is open to will form the basis of a whole new system … Continue reading

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Another Botched Experiment – the Tricks of Pseudoscience

A commentator, Max, posted this comment: I came across this recent article by Hermann Harde (https://scc.klimarealistene.com/produkt/verification-of-the-greenhouse-effect-in-the-laboratory/) who seem to have done a proper experiment that shows that greenhouse effect “works as advertised” (although he admits there’s nothing to be worried … Continue reading

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Evidence of the Ontological Mathematical Singularity

Jopo wrote: The quantity of Electrons/Moles in a mole of Air = 14.4589 Moles of electrons or 8.70E24 electrons in total. Multipled by the energy i.e 14.4589 Moles of electrons * 26.801 Amp hours = 387.52 Watts or8.70E24 electrons * … Continue reading

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Peer Review is not Science

Peer review is just a racket for gatekeepers to scam exorbitant publication fees while pretending to offer a service.

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Ontological Mathematics & the Theory of Everything 5: The Mind and the Brain – Consciousness and God

Is it possible to define God and explain consciousness? In an earlier episode we realized that we would have to explain God if we were to explain existence. Learn how we can now do that, through mathematical reason.

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Ontological Mathematics & the Theory of Everything 4: Monads and the Singularity

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Where do monads exist? What is the singularity? And what is the basic process by which they create a universe, and why would they create a universe is the first place? We review what we’ve learned so far and introduce … Continue reading

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Ontological Mathematics & Theory of Everything 3b: The Meaning of Tautology

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What language carries meaning, and how is it defined? Are tautologies meaningless, or meaningful? How does a tautologous system compare to an axiomatic one? Is one system better than the other?

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Ontological Mathematics & the T.O.E. Part 1c: When Did Existence Occur?

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Did existence come into being at some point, or has it always existed? Did thought come before movement, or movement before thought?

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Ontological Mathematics & the T.O.E. Part 1b: Paradox of Nothing as Generative Principle

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Is there an impetus required to generate existence? Isn’t there a paradox in nothing having a quality, such as the quality of existing?

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