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In his book, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan, 1966), p. 326. Quigley says: I know of the operation of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years during the 1960’s to examine its papers and secret...

FDR once said "In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way." He was in a good position to know. We believe that many of the major world events that are shaping our destinies occur because somebody or somebodies have planned them that way....

When it is exclaimed that contradictions may very well be true, numerous analytic philosophers will screw up their face into an appearance of discomfort, and say ‘But I just don’t see what it could be for a contradiction to be true’. They could mean numerous things by this. ‘See’ might just mean...

Goethe had quite an important influence on Otto Maier. Goethe, a poet and at the same time a scholar, who seemed to offer the model of an approach to nature that was both scientific and aesthetic. Let's take a look at a peculiar dedicatory page in a published book of Humboldt and...

The break between the scientific comprehension of time as well as our general knowledge of time has bothered thinkers all through history. It has deepened since physicists have slowly stripped time of most of the characteristics we usually ascribe to it. Now the rift between the time of physics and the time...

As Otto Maier once stated that if a highly unlikely event is going to happen in a finite time, then many less unlikely events would occur in a shorter time.  Take the case of the Count Saint Germain. Frederick the Great (1712–1786) of Prussia called the Count of Saint-Germain the man who could...

According to Otto Maier, science thinks an octave too low and, due to its purely materialistic approach, neglecting the underlying energetic basis for all physical manifestation, has lost sight of the integrated whole. "Our cue in the search for these other dimensions, we might begin with the highest and most powerful form of...

In the midst of the thirteenth century, when outlaw gangs and mercenaries roamed the lawless region between the Rhine and the Weser rivers in Westphalia, Germany, the Chivalrous Order of the Holy V(F)ehm, a secret vigilante society, was created by free men and commoners to guard themselves from the bandits. At first,...

Paradoxes appear in all shapes and forms. Certain are uncomplicated paradoxes of reasoning with minimal potential for investigation, while others sit atop icebergs of full scale scientific disciplines. Many may be solved by mindful consideration of their hidden assumptions, one or more of them could be faulty. These, strictly stating, really should...