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How the West Became Atheist

How did the West’s centuries-long journey from the Christian faith rooted in the tradition of the Church slide into atheism and outright theomachy, the war against God? In my twenties, I was … Source: How the West Became Atheist

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Strawson’s Idea of Perception as Theory-Laden for the Philosopher, Alva Noe’s Action in Perception, and the Larger Transcendental Preconditions

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Noe’s “Action in Perception” By: Jay (c) copyright, all rights reserved. A.J. Ayer and other logical positivists have contended that the problem of perception is a central issue in modern epistemology and metaphysics. Ayer himself argued from a position of phenomenalism to what he termed “sophisticated realism.” Ayer represented…

Gold is the initial deposit, while paper notes function as the representative medium of exchange that can be expanded or contracted.

Fractional Reserve Fiat Banking

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Gold is the initial deposit, while paper notes function as the representative medium of exchange that can be expanded or contracted. By: Jay Dr. Carroll Quigley was Bill Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown.  Quigley was the chronicler of the elite “Anglo-American Establishment,” as he titled it, having access to their…

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Jay’s Top Ten Conspiracy Films

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
By: Jay Dyer Some of these will be obvious, but as the readership grows there may be insights in certain lesser known films that deal with conspiracy in general.  My list will exclude all things alien, since the alien agenda is largely a bunch of bunk, as Jay’s Analysis…

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Deep State Actors in the Orlando Event: Jay w/Afternoon Commute

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
John and Myself (Chris) delve into another stellar discussion with preeminent researcher, Jay Dyer. Topics include: The Orlando Gay Nightclub Shooting, Psychological Operations, Christina Grimme Murder, Manufactured Terror, The East West Dialectic, Top Secret America, Weaponized Culture, The Gay Agenda, Crisis Actors, Fletcher Prouty’s “Secret Team”, Stagecraft, Perception Management,…

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Numbered Man – An Analysis of The Prisoner (1967)

Originally posted on Jay's Analysis:
Oppositional and defiant. No. 6 “fights the system.” By: Jay Dyer 1960s spy fiction is some of my favorite fiction.  Developing its own unique aesthetic, from Bond to The Saint to Harry Palmer, the vivid, flamboyant style of both the spies and their cinema incarnations created an iconic pop phenomena that survives still…