• 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,  Economics,  Philosophie,  Politics

    Bombed Back to the Middle Ages

    Actually, it is popularly said to be bombed back to the Stone Age, but for collectors-hunters-fishermen, feudalism was not invented. Yet we can use both terms rightly, because at the same time as the coroporatist re-introduction of feudalism – Build Back Better, the 4th Industrial Revolution, the Global Reset, or what the globalists currently and occasionally call their dark mega-project – humanity is also exposed to a designer cultivation, an artificial neo-tribalization. They call it the Global Village or Identity Policy. They see humanity as primitive tribes worshiping their harmless and silly gods and meaningless rituals on each their isolated island (isola in Italian is island), in each their valley…

  • 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…

  • Ikke kategoriseret,  Philosophie

    Creative Dualism

    In a lecture by John Cleese called Creativity in Management, he begins by stating that creativity is not a talent. It’s a way of operating. One method can be said. He then adds that it is not related to IQ – provided it is not a decidedly imbecile person. He bases his statements on a researcher named McKinnan who specifically studied creativity. This also states that creative people are simply people who have acquired a way of putting themselves in a state where they can be creative. Put another way: they have retained the ability to play or to be childish. It is also important to understand that play has…

  • Philosophie

    The Pandemonian Food Chain

    A bat was sold at a market in Wuhan, and then the big circus was released. It happens to be.BEEP! Wrong explanation and there are no thinking individuals who believe in the fairy tale. The Wuhan Institute of Virology is owned by the pharmaceutical company Glaxo Smith Kline. Glaxo Smith Kline happens to own another pharmaceutical company called Phizer. Phizer happens to be producing the vaccine against the viruswhich happened to be developed at the laboratory in Wuhan. The institute happens to be funded by the person under the Trump administration and with the President’s blessing! who was the main man behind the campaign for shutdowns, mask games and mass…

  • 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…

  • Philosophie,  Politics,  Science

    The Babel Syndrome and the Two Timelines

    There are basically two existential threats to humanity (according to Jordan Peterson) The first enemy is nature in its ruthlessness.This is the original threat in the form of wildlife and natural disasters.The enemy was certainly not unequivocal, for nature could also be kind and generous. In the ancient cultures, the forces of nature were personified as gods who could be man-friendly or unfriendly if it suited them, or if man had transgressed against the laws of nature = the gods. One could view nature as a projection or at least a reflection of human nature, and it could be argued, that it is human nature that is the enemy. It…

  • Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics

    The Tooth of Time

    Our world is filled with marvelous inventions, whose purpose is to save time and effort. Especially in the last half of the last century it has gone really fast. Most of these inventions are consumers of electricity. We would not be without them, we believe. Here one would then think that it has produced a general state of surplus time and forces for mankind. Which then would mean a general state of freedom. More leisure, more freedom, greater bliss. Should one think. The counter-marvel is that people have less time than ever for themselves and each other, less profit for the benefit of themselves and others, people are more restless…

  • Cultura,  Ikke kategoriseret,  Philosophie

    Life, Death and the Music

    There is nothing more original than life itself.So what is the best way to celebrate life?To give something original back to life.Wayne Shorter I think time is only one moment. That’s all the time there is.So yesterday, today and tomorrow a just one moment.Joe Zawinul I think time is only one moment. That’s all the time there is.So yesterday, today and tomorrow a just one moment.Joe Zawinul When we are going to die, we get a new birthday.We got the birthday to life, back then.Now we get the birthday to eternity.Joe Zawinul These statements come from two people, who both in their musicality proved their special competence to be fully…

  • 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…

  • Cultura,  Philosophie,  Poetry,  Politics

    GOD and other trivia

    The childhood faith You lost the childhood faith, my friend.Is not that what we all did – back then?One day, the cartoon pictures, the fat baby angel with toy trumpets and Santa Claus were no longer credible, and then they had to give way for a number of years in the wilderness looking for something that could be stuffed in the hole.We go quite al lot of artifactact up the sleeves, and nice things in between – and other stuff we probably should have kept our fingers off.Not everything was digestible and it was beyond scope to settle in a cave in the Himalayas and wait for the inner light.…

  • 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.

  • Philosophie,  Poetry

    Dictionary of New Speak

    Definition of New Speak:A term for words that mean something else and in some cases the exact opposite of the original meaning of the word. New Speak was described by George Orwell in his famous book 1984 as being the ultimate language of the ultimate control society for the deception of its citizens. Orwell, whose real name was Blair, was employed by the BBC as a propagandist during WW2. New Speak was an attempt by the government to reduce the English language to 850 essential words suitable for propaganda in the British Empire. Propaganda in the sense of verbal blunting. Big Brother was in fact Orwell’s portrait of the BBC.…

  • Philosophie

    The 8th Sphere – humans caught in a trap

    The concept was created by the English theosophist Alfred Percey Sinnett and further developed by the philosopher Rudolf Steiner – or whatever title one would like to give to this figure and multi-talented marginalized among philosophers. The Establishment could not digest Steiner because he did not play by the rules. The concept of the 8th Sphere was introduced in two lectures given by Steiner in 1915 under the title The Occult Movement in the 18th Century and Its Relation to Modern Culture. In the list of spheres one becomes aware that this is by no means ordinary astronomy: Saturn The Sun The Moon The Earth Jupiter Venus Vulcan and The…

  • 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,  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…

  • Philosophie,  Science

    The 76 Logical Fallacies

    Logic is the second step in the problem-solving three-part syntax called Trivium. It is part of the syntax of actual thinking. If thinking is to take place, you have to work out your general grammar, which consists of asking what, who, where and when. Without asking these questions and finding an answer, logic is irrelevant or poorly timed. Logic can only be called in when all grammatical and basic material has been obtained and aims to clarify and resolve internal contradictions. Logic is the question why? One could also say: how is the material connected ? but then conceptual confusion arises, because in doing so we have used the word…

  • Philosophie,  Politics

    You can’t say that!

    An Englishman was in the United States sometime in the 1980s when he was talking to an American – no wonder. He remembers to his great astonishment that at one point he got a forefinger from the American, where he exclaimed: You can not say that! It was here that it dawned on him that a new tone had arrived with a new trend and a new concept, which he years later recognized as the forerunner of a massive wave of political correctness and what follows with censorship, tyranny of opinion and speech bans. The answer to the index finger should have been:I can say just what suits me and…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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,  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,  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…

  • 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.…