• History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    The King that disappeared

    The starting point is a big wonder. Let us begin by noting that the most talked about, quoted, and hailed figure in world history is completely missing in precisely: world history. The man’s name is Jesus. Put another way: the bestseller of them all, the Bible, and more specifically the New Testament, has as its protagonist a figure that later historians apparently cannot find anywhere among contemporary historians and their sources.Kind of weird, isn’t it? The sensation of a vacuum is evident. It’s like opening a book where it turns out that every other page and the middle pages as well as a whole lot at the end are torn…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    The Russian Revolution

    The Empire of the 20th century Soviet state destroyed the Russian Tsardom and Russia as a nation. It betrayed the Russian people by doing the exact opposite of what it claimed it would do. That was its sad purpose. It is very rare to say that an empire has a main purpose, but this one had. It was conceived and created to perform a certain task. It was to help with the destruction of the Austro-Hungarian and German Empires. It was the ugliest and worst thing the World has seen. Nevertheless, it was considered by its creators to be beautiful and good and well-made. It only makes sense in a…

  • History,  Science

    You Don’t Piss Off the Gods with Impunity

    It is impossible to get rid of. The idea of Atlantis, the sunken continent, the civilization that disappeared. Everyone knows the story in some form or another. For as long as we can remember, it has been placed in the categories of myth, fairy tale, legend. Simply because there apparently were no archaeological remains that could substantiate the phenomenon. But within the last approx. 15-25 years, the tale has begun to generate substantial solidity and assume the character of scientific investigation. Of course, Atlantis is also a mind image, an archetype. The subconscious and the human ego are a historical creature formed by a catastrophe so vast and devastating that…

  • History,  Politics,  Science

    The Energy Machine

    They call it Free Energy. There are basically two attitudes to the concept, and neither of them makes sense. The first position is mainstream science, ie physics, which flatly rejects the phenomenon based on their model of physics – again based on Newton and Einstein. It is supported by the funding authorities and the media, who, because their employees themselves are been taught 20th century physics in school, find no reason to either investigate or support anything else. It makes no sense. Skepticism is necessary. But there are two forms of skepticism: constructive and destructive. This is the last one. There is an abyss of difference: Wait a minute, I…

  • Health,  Philosophie,  Science

    In the Beginning was Sound

    This is an examination of the secrets behind frequencies seen in a musical perspective. Let’s start with a postulate. The six tones in the scale have a particularly universal frequency. This frequency is not relative, but absolute. Disclaimer:I already hear a whole opera choir of protests.NB! I do not throw around claims, and yes, I have a university degree in musicology / music science + various studies and educations behind me (violinist, conductor) + long practice as a composer, so I have thought a bit about what I say and write.NB again! I would not dream of beating your head and intimidate you with an academic title that is not…

  • History,  Politics,  Science

    Tartaria – The Forgotten Kingdom

    It cannot be said often enough. Without history, we do not know who we are, where we are going, and what we are capable of. History is human strength. Unfortunately, that is also the reason for our great weakness. Our history has been stolen from us. It has been hidden, forged and destroyed. In the best case, it is like an old machine that has ended up in a crowded barn where it has not been opened in a lifetime. The machine is littered with rags and dust, the pigeons have dropped dirt on it, and the metal is rusty. But once the thing is raised, it turns out that…

  • History,  Philosophie

    The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales

    Its for children! For children, you say. We’ll see about that. We have most of our adventures for children from sources in the early 1800s. In particular, the Brothers Grimm, who were not only children’s book authors but competent historians, linguists, and folklore collectors. Next, we have adventures from Hans Christian Andersen. Some of his adventures are his own stories and others are paraphrases from older sources. No author lives in a vacuum. From these and many other sources we have the adventurers with a very long-lasting appeal. Why this longevity? First, fairy tales have been preserved and used by people from generation to generation. People do not give up…

  • History

    These Vikings …

    Be prepared for a journey here. It’s not a short one, but it is one of the most rewarding and intriguing ones. History is beginning to make sense, and a larger picture can now be seen. It is the history of our forefathers, that has not been told yet in its fullness. Now, how was it with them Vikings? Were they the primitive, brutal thugs who ravaged on land and at sea with long beard and horns on helmets, raping and plundering wherever they went?  Were they totally unaware of the larger world? So after 30 days on the roaring waves of the Atlantic with drinking, headbanging and sea shanting Eigil…

  • History,  Philosophie

    Chivalry – Truth and Nothingness

    We live in times where universal human values and concepts able to describe them are vanishing. Often they seem lost or so changed in their core, that they are no longer adequate. In some cases values and concepts are so exposed to scorn, censorship, condemnation or attacked by political correctness, that they barely survive. Other times they are transformed into newspeak. Using the concept of truth  today is almost considered a mortal sin. How dare you use that word? The truth does not exist! Contemporary speech is nihilistic. When we all have our private relative version of reality, then all conversation will cease, and so will any coherence or depth. Something rules in a hidden layer, and everyone’s consciousness has become an atom. Paradoxically, everyone’s homemade construction of reality is amazingly similar to everyone else’s. Very…

  • Health

    Life Force

    This is two conversations or interviews if you like with a person highly knowledgeable in both food production, farming and gardening from a Life Force perspective. Her name is Susanne Hovmand, she is Danish, and she and her husband was the owner of the largest farm production in Denmark based on biodynamics including animals, vegetables, herbs and furthermore refined into products of a quality, that has received worldwide attention such as cheese and others products. Lately Susanne Hovmand has in the last couple of years taken the biodynamic concept to another level and is now the primary initiator of a worldwide movement of farmers and producers following the principles of…

  • Philosophie

    The Power of Play

    Some years ago I was walking the Haute Randonnée Pyrénéenne, which is the High Route of the Pyrennees. It is a path that crosses the highest passes of the mountain chain from the Mediterranian to the Atlantic Ocean more or less forming the border between France and Spain. Apart from having been used by the Basques for smuggling and guerilla warfare, it is one of the most magnificent places on Earth to walk. When you walk this route you need to rest inbetween, and apart from the nature view itself the natural inhabitants of the mountains are equally facinating. One day I was observing two black alpine crows flying around.…

  • History,  Politics

    Shipwrecks that Changed the World

    How strange it is, the way shipwrecks have played such major roles in scullduggery and fraud in our time? USS Maine was sunk in the harbour of Havanna to start the Spanish-American War. Lusitania was sunk to bring USA into World War 1. Winston Churchill knew all it about beforehand. The glorification of this sinister figure as a sort of national hero is one of the dark-hole-dead-angles of anglo-saxon peoples grip on World History. We will dig into below how The Ulympic was sunk under the name The Titanic for a whole bunch of reasons. Like the Twin Towers it was a a piece for insurance fraud. The US Pacific…