Support Those Seeking the Truth as you Reject Those Preaching Fiction as Truth

Trust Those Who Seek the Truth — Reject Those Preaching Fiction as Truth

What is different about these two groups in this picture?  How do you tell them apart?  Is one group better than the other?

The picture tells the story.  It’s a clash between science and religion.  Let’s review the top portion of the image first.

Why Support Those Seeking the Truth?

The top of the picture is a group of famous scientists from the 1940s.  People like this are responsible for developing our modern world.  They give us advances in medicine and medical treatments to engineering and electronics.

Those who seek the truth using evidence include all branches of scientific inquiry.  There are several scientific branches of investigation, everything from archeology botanists to physicists.  Any person or group contributing to help humanity is worthy of respect and support.  We support those seeking the truth using verifiable evidence and processes.  And we reject those preaching fiction as truths.

Learn to Trust Those Who Seek The Truth

The most curious thing has been happening across the globe.  Against scientific advice and evidence, an arrogant leader removed the pandemic teams’ funding to stop a global disaster.  These teams proved to be effective and averted several previous biological outbreaks in the last 15 years.

So, now we have a global event that will change our society for the foreseeable future.  All because those in power rejected solid science to make a political statement.  Even though science is the answer, people continue to reject the advice of biological and medical experts.  They refuse to be vaccinated or use face masks to help stop the spreading of viral disease.

“Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.” ― Isaac Asimov

It’s the era of having “my own facts” contradicting the “actual” facts.  And, it’s all based on a mistrust of everything scientific.  We need to reverse this trend and trust those who seek the truth with scientific processes.

“Those who seek the truth run the risk of finding it.” – Isabel Allende

Trust Those Who Seek the Truth

What is The Scientific Process?

The scientific method is a structured way of finding the truth.  It has four basic steps.

• Observation
• Measurement
• Experimentation
• Hypothesis

The formula is simple.  You follow the steps, and the results are data that helps you understand what’s going on and the reasons.  You can find those seeking the truth because they use this method.

Once you come up with conclusions, you start again by testing it and observing or gathering more data.  You revise your conclusions based on new evidence, which expands our knowledge.  The whole method is based on logic.  Logic is a marvelous tool that helps us make accurate decisions.

Logical Reasoning

Logic and Rational Thinking is the name of the first training module in our truth-seekers toolbox.  It teaches us to trust those who seek the truth, not just those trying to affirm what they believe.  It’s part of a trio of techniques to sharpen our critical thinking skills.  The second module is 10 Common Logical Fallacies, and the third is The Spiritual Axioms.

We don’t just read or study them once; we can use these tools every day.  You’ll be surprised at how often you can apply them to help you make better decisions.  So, refresher reading is a good practice.  We use a smartphone reminder to go over all three tools at least once a month.

Consciousness Development Tools

We each hold a unique set of spiritual gifts.   Awakening is the process of these gifts and abilities sleeping in our DNA.  Opening them is the central theme of many ancient cultures.  They are the pioneers of these methods.

We enjoy the fruits of their research.  They are the storehouses of powerful consciousness development tools.  We trust these methods because they have been tested with scientific rigor to be repeatable.

You can trust those who seek the truth with these processes.  They do not require you to join a religion.  They are available to anyone who can follow a process.

The process method of consciousness exploration isn’t new.  You will find others who have gathered techniques and put them into a teachable format.  For example, Gurdjieff’s system of self-development was born out of his extensive travels and reach.

What are Spiritual Technologies?

The ancient mental tools for investigating consciousness are what we call Spiritual technologies.  These methods come to us from cultures worldwide, and they comprise a diverse body of practical mental tools.  You can use these tools to develop your potential, open spiritual gifts, expand awareness, and reach higher states of consciousness.

We select the safest and most efficient methods for our blended learning process.  These ancient technologies stand the tests of time and scientific validation.  You can rely on these methods to produce repeatable, consistent results.

Anyone can use these processes to develop their full potential.  They do not require faith or belief in any religious doctrine.

We divide these tools into four major categories:

Analytical Tools
Awareness Tools and Techniques
Natural Healing Modalities

Reject Those Preaching Fiction As Truth

The above processes differ from beliefs derived from mythology and superstition.  Now let’s review the bottom portion of the picture.

The bottom portion of the picture is religious and political leaders from Germany in the 1940s.  These are people who profess to know the truth.  They are wearing the symbols of these ancient mythologies from the mystery religions of Egypt, Babylon, Persia, and Assyria.

Their assertions are based on mythology, superstition, and the misuse of argument.  It’s precisely what the most popular religions use to support their contradictory doctrines.  They use these tools to sell every harmful idea from afterlife benefits for those who qualify for racial superiority.

These extremist groups joined forces, claiming they held the answers and the truth.  When, in fact, they were using self-hypnosis and group hypnosis manipulation tactics that prey on people’s basic fears.  They use insecurity and fear building an extremist base that took over the government.  It blamed minorities, immigrants, and the disabled for their problems.  These groups became the scapegoats, which allowed them to merge with power.

The three most popular religions by population are Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, and together they boast over 4 billion followers.  But, most of their followers don’t realize or won’t admit that these systems are the rebranding of mystery religions of the Mediterranean.

However, they admit to appropriation of everything “Christian” from other sources in a round-about way.  This cryptically worded admission comes from their internal documents.  The Catholic Encyclopedia from 1907 (printed for internal use within the Church) is our favorite resource for data on the Abrahamic traditions.  You can corroborate this appropriation of everything “Christian” originates in so-called pagan religions.  Several of recommended resources are listed in our resources.

Admission of Pagan Origin

“Symbolism in a greater or lesser degree is essential to every kind of external worship.  And we need not shrink from the conclusion that in the matter of baptisms and washings, of genuflections and other acts of reverence, of lights and sweet-smelling incense, of flowers and white vestitures, of spiritual unction’s and the imposing of hands, of sacrifice and the rite of the Communion banquet.  The Church has borrowed without hesitation from the common stock of significant actions known to all periods and all nations.  In such matters as these, Christianity claims no monopoly or originality.” — The Catholic Encyclopedia and International Work, Vol. 14 (1907).”

Anything from these sources is simply a cover story to keep you a paying customer.  We recommend you reject those preaching fiction as truth.  These people claim to have the “truth” but are simply regurgitating relabeled mythology and superstition.  Reject any group that claims to have preferential treatment based on their mystical relationship with an imaginary entity.

In Conclusion

This article should prompt essential questions.  Which group do you support?  Does the content of the article trigger a negative emotional response?  It is possible, especially if you are a member of one of the Semitic religions.  If this is you, we recommend asking yourself if you trust those who seek the truth?  Or do you follow those preaching fiction as truth?  How do you decide who to support?

“There is an ancient Indian saying that something lives only as long as the last person who remembers it.  My people have come to trust memory over history.  Memory, like fire, is radiant and immutable, while history serves only those who seek to control it, those who douse the flame of memory in order to put out the dangerous fire of truth.  Beware these men for they are dangerous themselves and unwise.  Their false history is written in the blood of those who might remember and of those who seek the truth.” — Floyd Red Crow Westerman

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The Oxford English Dictionary
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Mystery Babylon and the Lost Ten Tribes in the End Time, by Darrell Conder, 1990
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