Scientism, or aether?

The Cult of Scientism and Nikola Tesla’s Aether

By: Jay The Reign of Scientism I recently watched a BBC documentary titled “The Atom: The Illusion of Reality.” In Part 3, the host delves into the last few decades of quantum physics and makes some interesting admissions relevant to subject matter I discuss. The most significant section of the documentary deals with quantum electro…

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Desolation & Redemption

Originally posted on The Soul of the East:
In the course of what is now titled Continental Philosophy, three figures stand out as preeminent thinkers able to probe the innermost depths of the human psyche in a way previously unknown since perhaps Shakespeare: Soren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche and Fyodor Dostoevsky.   These three were more or…

Webster Tarpley – The Venetian Conspiracy

If you’ve followed Jay’s Analysis the last few years, you’ve been aware of my argumentation ad nauseam against scientism, materialism and empiricism. Today I came across a lecture by Tarpley I had not seen that argues many of the same points, but extends the origins of modern scientism back to the Venetians. Included as well…

Introduction to Hidden Metaphysics, Part 1 – Jays Analysis

In Part 1 of this discussion, I introduce metaphysics (the branch of philosophy, not witch books), and explain why it has been suppressed in the West. I argue that a special metaphysics is the basis for highly advanced technologies, while the masses are spoon-fed garbage relativism. See these articles for referece: “Aether Returns to Oust…

The Greek letter Phi, which is also the "I" and "O," and is also the Golden Ratio in mathematics.

Numbers Prove God

By: Jay When considering the question of “proofs” for the existence of God, the history of argumentation has often been lacking.  The dialectical relationship of the empirical/materialist tradition debating with the idealist/Platonic tradition is a perennial feature of the history of western philosophy.  Modern “New Atheists,” for example, are eager to pounce on flaws in…

JaysAnalysis Interviews Author James Kelley

In this interview I was privileged to speak with author and researcher James Kelley.  James has published Anatomyzing Divinity and Realism of Glory to date, and has expertise in numerous subjects, from philosophy of science to literature to theology.  James explains his thesis on western esoterism and alchemy as a result of the Augustino-platonic tradition and absolute…

Veteran CFR/Black Op Spymaster Confirms JaysAnalysis

By: Jay It’s important to chronicle your successes to be on record, as well as shutting the mouths of all the naysayers. Veteran intelligence master, Dr. Steve Pieczenik, gave an indepth analysis that corroborates my own research last week on the Alex Jones Show. Dr Pieczenik, of course, knows the topic firsthand, but readers will recall…

We Platonists Shall Have the Victory Over Materialists

By: Jay Famous philosopher Thomas Nagel recently published a book questioning the hallowed dogma of strict, reductionist materialism.  I have not read the book, but a philosopher friend recommended it to me.  It’s nice to see someone daring to challenge the ridiculous control grid that is modern so-called academia.  In a similar vein this week, a friend…

Apocalypticism, Republiconmunism and Race-specific Bio-Weapons

By: Jay For a long time I’ve held back on my actual thoughts on things, but nowadays I could care less. The actual operation of the entire society has become so absurd, backward, and irrational that it is now comical. For those aware, it is quite evident there is a long term plan to re-engineer and…

Jay’s Analysis – Kant & Wolfgang Pauli – Inner and Outer Worlds

“A system of categories is a complete list of highest kinds or genera. Traditionally, following Aristotle, these have been thought of as highest genera of entities (in the widest sense of the term), so that a system of categories undertaken in this realist spirit would ideally provide an inventory of everything there is, thus answering…

Jay’s Analysis Intro to Philosophy – Relativism – Flight From Reality

Truth? Objectivity? Logic? Knowledge? Metaphysics? Who cares? I do! You can’t have a proper education without philosophy! In this discussion, I give an impromptu introduction to philosophy – a 101 class, if you will. I cover the three major branches of philosophy: ethics, knowledge, and metaphysics, and how these three are inter-related and make up…

Plato, Aristotle, Egypt and the Structure of Reality

Aristotle, Plato, Egypt and the Structure of Reality Immanuel Kant wrote at the close of his Critique of Pure Reason as follows: In respect of the origin of the modes of ‘knowledge through pure reason’, the question is as to whether they are derived from experience, or whether in independence of ex-experience they have their…

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,…

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…

The Neverending Story (1984) – Film Analysis

By: Jay These 80s cult classics do well for analyses. Vitrually all the classics children of the 80s like myself grew up with were loaded with deeper, esoteric symbolism, as our series has demonstrated, and The Neverending Story is no different.  In fact, the more I contemplated it and researched it’s geist, the more surprised…

Prolegomena: Symbolic and Numerological Elements in Achilles’ Shield and Plato’s Timaeus

This is an introduction to an upcoming longer paper, examining the symbolic and esoteric meaning behind the Shield of Achilles, particularly in relation to Platonic cosmogony. By: Jay The liad of Homer is a foundational work of Western Civilization, and one of it’s most famous sections is the book dealing with the forging of the…

Alchemy in John Donne and Ben Johnson

By: Jay  Copyrighted.  All rights reserved.      Next to William Shakespeare, John Donne (1572-1631) and Ben Johnson (1572-1637) represent the English Renaissance’s top literary luminaries.  While notable for its broad and renowned corpus from such divines, this era is also known for being the transitional period from the older, hermetic view of a unified totality…