Psychological Warfare and Media

By: Jay The study of conspiracy leads directly to the study of covert operations and intelligence agencies. As one reads about the plots and intrigues of secret societies, one is quickly led to the topic of intelligence due to the fact that both have one central aspect in common—knowledge of secrets. Combined with this is the…

Some Problems for the Ontological Argument: Metaphysical, Epistemic and Theological

  By: Jay (c) copyright  The ontological argument of Anselm of Canterbury has long since captivated the minds of many philosophers and apologists. Not long after Anselm published his Proslogion, his devotional apologetic was criticized by Gaunilo, yet Anselm’s argument was taken up by many of the West’s most prominent thinkers, such as Descartes and Leibniz,…

Esoteric Elements in Spencer’s “Faerie Queen”

Tracing the Possible Influences for “Redcrosse Knight” and “Lucifera” By: Jay (c) Copyright Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queen represents a high point in British Renaissance literature. Intended to be a mythological epic modeled after the epics of Greece and Rome, Spenser’s allegory would give a historic pedigree to Britain as the successor to those empires, as…

Plato’s Cosmology and Achilles’ Shield Compared (Full)

Symbolical and Numerological Elements in the Shield of Achilles Compared with Plato’s Cosmology -It’s not carrying over from word the references. Apologies, will add later. By: Jay (c) Copyright, all rights reserved The famed shield of Achilles is a mysterious, yet well-known chapter from Homer’s classic, The Iliad. Within the chapter is contained an entire…