• Economics,  Health,  History,  Philosophie,  Politics,  Psychologia

    The War of ALL OR NOTHING

    Without understanding what war has been and what war has become,we will not be able to judge whether we live in peace and tolerance. One of the questions we need to answer is: What is war at all? For if we have not made clear how war is to be defined, then we will not discover war the day we are struck by it. That is, unless the war corresponds to what we have read and seen on film and falls into the category of conventional warfare, or in other words: unless the image in our consciousness corresponds to the image on our retina. What if it falls outside? What…

  • Economics,  Health,  History,  Philosophie,  Politics,  Science

    ANTROPIA – the vision for a HUMAN future

    The main difference with CBDS (Central Bank Digital System) is that the central bank will have absolute control over rules and regulations regarding the central bank’s property. We also have the technology to enforce it. These two conditions are extremely important. It makes a huge difference compared to what cash is now.Augustin Carstens, general manager of BIS, Bank of International Settlements, the central bank of central banks Put in understandable human language, this piece of financial mafia gobledigook means, that if you are not allowed to spend money more than five kilometers from your home, then you will not be able to do that, and if it is deemed inappropriate…

  • Cultura,  History,  Poetry,  Science

    Notes on Goethe

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)The core of his philosophy of life: Man is not defined by what he is, but by what he does. Read with the quote in the picture, it means that ignorant people with power are the most horrible that exist. Most suffering we encounter is created by ourselves. Self-inflicted suffering, ie the romantic concept of the artist who has to suffer, be poor and die young of tuberculosis – or shoot himself, as one of his novel characters does – to be a real artist and a genius in the understanding of romance, was totally anti-Goethe. He was in control of his finances, he lived a…

  • Cultura,  History,  Politics

    A travel with mafia and dead munks

    This is travel letter no. 3 in the series. From the Egypt of ancient hi-tech culture up to Romania meeting up with historical vampires and bearded men on horseback, we now move eastwards in the Mediteranian to meet the place where everyone settled down one visiting culture after the other. Sicily – a fabled place Tourists know this perhaps best for delicious holiday resorts like Taormina. Others have been on a trip up Mount Etna by cable car or bus… how wild can it get? But how many have waded the slums of Palermo on foot, strolled with the boys in the street of the bicycle smiths, got a good…

  • History,  Ikke kategoriseret,  Philosophie,  Politics,  Psychologia,  Science

    Aliens

    A difficult and flickering topic that we have avoided far and wide on this blog.In fact, we have not avoided it, we have bypassed and rewritten it. I constantly constructively disagree with myself,for otherwise I would not venture out into the outskirts.I have endowed myself with a head-shaking curiosity,which does not exclude the possibility of the impossible. Reason(s) for the difficulty of the topic: It is difficult and almost impossible to verify, let alone gain direct experience. Even if we think we have some experience or experience, what is it then that we have experienced? In the absence of direct experience, we need to assess whether those who claim to…

  • Health,  History,  Politics,  Science

    Mass Hypnosis – How Couĺd it Happen?

    Today we need to learn a new word. Not only do we have to learn a new word, we also have to find out why so many people are still under the mass hypnosis that started in March 2020. The word is: Mass Formation We have heard various explanations for the phenomenon of Operation Lockdown. We may also have a reasonably certain feeling that this is an act of staged pathology on a large scale. A relatively young Belgian professor of clinical psychology at the University of Ghent, Mattias Desmet, who is also a statistician, has made an analysis that is uncannily accurate and answers the question in detail: Why…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    Duel with God on your side

    If you want to make God smile,just tell him about your future plans. The quote comes from the Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk. The quote is probably not his own invention but that was the answer he gave, when asked by a sports journalist whether he intended to box against the world champion in a weight class above himself – something that very few boxers have done. You may never heard of Oleksandr Usyk if you, unlike me, are not a supporter of a good boxing match.Contrary to what one popularly hears about boxers, especially if one is to be politically correct in intellectual company, then it is not the heaviest…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Science

    The Blessing or the Curse of the Past

    When we enter a museum that exhibits the human past, the exhibition and the exhibitors want to give us the impression, that they have control of the past and that it is now packed down, categorized, hung with labels and put in showcases. Alas, the folly of the past and the ills of its people — or, oh, its glories and the greatness of men. Times of greatness and their remnants we are fine with, as long as it is about art. We can admire this without obligation. When it comes to science and world explanation, we are immediately more reserved, for the people of the past can not possibly…

  • History,  Ikke kategoriseret,  Politics

    The Control State out of Control

    A system goes wildly out of control if it is not stopped, while it is in the process of getting out of control to a milder degree.Jordan Peterson, quoting Viktor Frankl – psychologist, German concentration-prisoner-of-war camp survivor – and Alexander Solzhenitzyn – historian, philosopher, Gulag extermination-slave-camp survivor By system is meant the form of government of a society. So what Jordan Peterson is saying here, is that we let it happen. If people do not see it coming in time and say STOP!! it goes in the wrong direction. Then someone runs with the ball and then it becomes difficult to catch up. We have so far endorsed that it…

  • History,  Politics

    ENOUGH!

    There is something to suggest that people have had enough and have begun to demand else and more than TV propaganda reality, globalist theater smoke and shutdown nonsense. At the same time, it suggests that people – enough to be felt – have seen through one and a half years of staged prohibition-cartoon-tragedy-comedy. Once that scam is figured out, the bottom falls out. Greece and France are exploding with street protests. Their governments oppose what even the stronghold of corruption, the EU, has written down in its regulations. These governments want to forcibly vaccinate the entire population. The sanctions for refusing are that people lose basic civil rights. There is…

  • History,  Ikke kategoriseret

    I have learned a new word

    I just learned a new word.It’s called klepto-parasite.I think it has potentials. Specifically, it appeared with a special prehistoric species of giant bears,who once roamed the North American prairies 10,000 years ago,and later lurched down the newly established land strip to South America.It is said that it stopped people from migrating across the other land strip to the north,that is, across the Bering Strait. This is a whole subject in itself, because it is claimed that the so-called ‘first nation’ Indians were the first people on the continent, which is completely wrong. There were several kinds of people before these immigrants came in from Siberia. There were Caucasian cro-magnon types…

  • Cultura,  History,  Ikke kategoriseret,  Philosophie

    What’s going on?

    There are many ways to view it. What’s going on? – is one of the questions, and this is where the view arrives.What is the view angle, and what are we focusing on? What are they doing? What are we involved in since we are part of what they are doing?By the way, who are they? How long have they been doing something similar? I always stop myself saying they and we. It’s not that simple. Can we talk about they and we anymore, or should we talk about it? Something is going on in something, and this something has an intention. Something has hired someone to do it. So…

  • Economics,  Health,  History,  Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics,  Science,  Short story

    NedersteEtage World Map

    NedersteEtage.com has been visited by people in 80+ countries in The World: For all you lovely people out there bravely fighting with Google Translate, a whole bunch of articles has been translated.Look for the English_US flag.

  • History,  Science

    Darwin Debunk

    Fossils make very little sense in the Darwinian context.Darwinism has nothing resembling a direct demonstration of theory such as physics. Darwinists claim without hardcore evidence that evolution is based on chance and natural selection.David Berlinski Biological objections In physics, one can program a computer and simulate the consequences of one’s assumptions and theories. In biology, there is no such thing. Only if the computer is fed with non-Darwinian mechanics will it be able to produce and simulate biological life. Laboratory evidence is missing. When one studies a dog, it does not change over a long period of time, and there is no explanation for it in Darwinian theory. There should…

  • History

    The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

    Many years ago in my teenage years back in the 1970’ies a film came up in the cinemas, that anyone with the taste of quality movies and good readings had to see. The German director Werner Herzog took up the story in his movie from 1974 The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser. Herzog took the theme, the enigma and did a quiet psychological portrait of this fringe character at the same time showing the human mindset. In many of his films you will find these human beings in fringe condition, which is in the interest of the director. And fringe extreme humans too, which another of his films 2 years earlier:…

  • History,  Politics

    The Murder of a Princess

    Do you remember anything about what happened on Sunday, September 1, 1997? Probably not. But I, like maybe you, remember all the fuss and media hype that arose in the wake of Lady Diana and her – so to speak – sudden death. At least I know I was completely off because the gossip press ran the same style after her death that they had run while she was alive. I’m talking about the whole cult around the British royal house, including all the scandals that people love to goggle up. We know it from the Danish ditto about Prince Joachim and Princess Alexandra, which became a scandal and prince…

  • History,  Philosophie

    The Dying God – History of Kabbalism

    Historicity is full of claims.The subject is gloomy. Let’s get it over with and get smarter.Let us see and understand it with the purpose of putting it behind us. Occult:The hidden is, as the word says: hidden, that is, absent. This does not mean that it does not exist, but simply that the mainstream always filters it out, and if it is mentioned, it always finds a place in a parenthesis or a rarity cabinet for historical-cultural freaks. It never comes to light that the occult, the hidden, could perhaps be the very common thread and the very key to understanding the driving forces of history. Historicity is a kind…

  • Economics,  History,  Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics,  Science

    The System is dead – time for solutions?

    We will not get around it. The system is definitely and seriously broke.It no longer serves people in the community.It now obviously takes the lives of people.Everyone can now see it – if they dare to choose to see. The system (those who created it) knows it.Their administrators and technocrats knows … something.They have consciously created or unconsciously co-createda wide range of blockages to human well-being and sovereignty. Law A basic blockage is the legal system.It is described in the article: Law of the Land and Maritime Law.This falsified legal system is international, even though it is locally rooted.It has many years behind it, and it permeates all aspects of…

  • History,  Politics

    The Cult

    It used to mean something else. The word CULT. Something other than what we understand by cult today. We live in times when old concepts undergo a perversion. Like the word myth. Once it meant epic world explanation, storytelling, today it implies that some superstitious fools once in the distant past invented ridiculous, infantile tales, because they did not know better and had no science – in other words: they were stupid, naive, but NOW 2000 years later, we must tell them in retrospect what they would have meant if they had had a brain. We project the present backwards into the past, after which we use the past to…

  • History,  Politics

    Nobels Peace Price – a JOKE!

    One would think that an international peace prize was intended for people who had seriously accomplished something for world peace. In other words, excellent people whose intentions and achievements were in beautiful harmony with each other, and who had brought humanity closer to peace on earth (and good will toward men) – to now become biblical. Here there is probably a certain chance … that one must think twice. Such an award has immediate political implications that extend beyond partnerships whose interest in world peace may reside in a very small place, even though they are very busy asserting it. When one takes a look down at the figures who…

  • History,  Politics

    Possessed

    Possession – what do we think? Do we get the association of our earthly possession, ownership or maybe stolen goods? Or do we come to think of the kind of obsession / possession we have seen in movies like The Exorcist, a phenomenon very few people today would claim to have direct experience with? Or like in some languages – which English speaking people would not know of – the same word is used for invasion or occupation from a foreign powers. This is closer to the idea of occult possession by spiritual entities. Whatever we first think of, we can ask further: Is there a connection between the seemingly…

  • History,  Politics

    Villains and heroes + 17 basic rules

    There are heroes and there are villains. We are not he to deny that. But in a world where concepts as a daily standard are turned upside down for propaganda purposes, some of the most highly acclaimed heroic figures may, on closer inspection, turn out to be some really stupid pigs. Likewise, those who have been constantly proclaimed to be the worst imaginable inhumane figures and enemies of all mankind – according to the proclaimers – may prove to have completely different and nuanced characteristics. Basic rule no. 1 Propaganda reveals itself through its stereotype, its categorical squareness, and its cartoonish lack of nuance. We could therefore have taken the…

  • History,  Politics

    Mafia

    There is a country that has been and still is ruled by the mafia. It is one among many, but the size and significance means, that we have to deal with it. You had guessed what we’re talking about: the United States. First, define the term: Mafia. The word is taken from the organization of criminal family networks we know from Sicily, but is also found in the classic expected form in Naples, Albania, Chicago, Colombia, the drug cartels in Mexico, the Russian mafia Bratva, the Chinese Triads, the Japanese mafia Yakuza, the Jewish-Khazarian mafia. Their activities are contained in a long list consisting of prostitution, drug trafficking, human trafficking,…

  • History,  Politics

    Skulls, bones and pirates

    ”What are you waving out of the trunk of the bike cart, Little Joey?’ ‘It’s a real pirate flag, and it’s weely cool!’Little Joeys father thinks so too. He’s a hipster, and he wears his trendy black T-shirt with an arty-farty skull. A few questions arise here: Would Little Brother’s father also recommend that Sonny Boy sit and wave a flag with a Nazi swastika on it? Whose story is it that we tell when we flirt with occult symbolism? How many would show the flag if they knew the story? Is there free choice on all shelves and no expense when we unconsciously play with romanticized symbolism of death?…

  • History

    The Venetian Curse

    The world is experiencing a League of Cambrai moment right now. There is a minute of silence, where one hears a shy voice in the second back row asking ‘This Cambrai thing, what is that?’ A little world history. In short, it was a league, an alliance of virtually all the European powers at the time – and we’re talking about the beginning of the 16th century, more precisely the years between 1508-16 – that had grown so tired of the Venetians’ manipulations and ability to to set everyone up against each other with intriguing diplomacy, warfare, hidden agendas, financial fraud you-name-it, that they decided to destroy this parasite and…

  • History,  Science

    Climate – a Story of Politicized Science

    In 1988 came the announcement: now they wanted to solve the mystery of climate change. That was before the IPCC (United Nations Panel on Climate Change) was formed. Natural climate change was and is and will always be crucial to our living conditions, so it was apparently an important step. But when the first reports came out about the agenda, this was already derailed when it was announced that it was going to be about man-made climate change and thus the exclusion of natural climate change. This surprised many scientists, because the scientific world was becoming aware that a number of crucial and sometimes violent climate changes had taken place…

  • History,  Philosophie

    Nebuchadnezzars Dream

    It is slightly problematic with prophecies. They are often foggy in a way, that they can be interpreted for pretty much anything, as long as you cut a heel and chop a toe. However, one of the prophecies from the Bible is particularly clear in his pictorial prediction of how the Power of the World will change for 2,500 years after its prophecy. However, it is an interpretation, but the exercise may still be interesting. The city and the gardens – in itself a dream Let us assume for a moment that under special conditions it is possible to tap into the large database that contains the possibilities that the…

  • History,  Science

    A Problem called Gravity

    Gravity is very poorly explained in the branch of science called physics.They assume that throwing an apple from the Tower of Pisa proves, that the mass of the Earth pulls the apple from upside to down. Is that so?There is Something rotten in the State of Physics. Now is physics class, and unlike primary school, it gets really fun! Sorry if you had great fun there, there are good teachers out there, but you know what I mean. It is about gravity, a force of nature that science has never been able to explain to satisfaction. We do not promise to explain it in detail, but we will try to…

  • Economics,  History,  Philosophie,  Politics

    The Communist Manifesto

    … and why today more than ever we need to understand a seemingly discarded manifesto * from 1848 * Manifesto:A formulation of an intention aboutmanifesting = to bring to reality. The formulation, the manifesto from 1848, which was later to be brought to fruition, is, as is well known, written by the rich man Engels and the psychopath Marx. Thanks to Engels’ sponsorship, Marx was able to get away with all his life by never doing any real work and manically starting 10 projects at once without ever completing them. When he occasionally came out of the library, he visited his family whom he abused in a perfidious and despotic…

  • Economics,  History,  Politics

    Globalism and 19 reasons to say NO!

    1.Globalism can hardly be called a philosophy. It is rather a huge, diffuse business plan consisting of ideology, strategy, economics added a portion of utopianism and a ton-heavy load of cynicism. 2.Globalism is nothing new. Only the name is new. It is a synonym for the oldest and wettest dream of the ruling class: the unconditional world domination of all souls, all life forms, all resources and all land and air and water everywhere and for time and eternity thereafter. Amen. 3.Globalism is imperialism and colonialism 3.0. It is, according to those who consider themselves globalists, the consummate final stage of these projects from the empires of antiquity to the…

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    War Room

    So here we go. What we all have feared is now a reality.World War III has in the hot version has now been declared. The cold version, the silent version, the covert non-declared version has been going on for almost 4 years. Some would argue, that it goes back to the fall of the Iron Curtain in the late 1980’ties. Others would argue, that it started with the murder of JFK and the Deep State coup d’Etat of USA in 1963. I have argued that that it started with the end of WW II that never ended but became the Cold War. I have also argued, that WW II was…

  • History,  Philosophie,  Poetry

    Beauty in Exile

    You just have to take a walk in the city – or even worse: drive into the city via various access roads to experience a pronounced lack of beauty. One has to close one’s eyes to all esthetics and move on to functional registration of traffic signals, road signs, lanes and busy road users. This applies to almost all major cities in the world. Nowhere does the landscape appear to be organically woven together with the city. If we want to see that kind of thing, we have to seek it out on a holiday in eg. Italy, where we pay tourist money to experience a famous historic city that…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…