Suleimani and Sold Souls

In a rather confusing move from the drunken diabetic know as the US Empire, the United States designated Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terrorist organization. In an interview, Secretary of State Pompeo equated the head of the IRGC to the head of ISIS al-Baghdadi and called him a terrorist. This is a strange move…

Notre Dame + Five Friday Reads 4/19/19

March 30th, 2001 The tour of Paris. We started with Notre Dame which blows my mind. I was shaking and had goosebumps from the sanctity of the place. The gargoyles do look intimidating and wonderful and the church has that waterfall backside with the support arches to the center. Magnificent. The arc was excellent with…

Towards A New Spiritual Science

By Varūtha Let me start by stating that I am only writing this piece as a follow up to BAP’s analysis of neo-paganism. I am not one for histrionics, nor am I frankly keen on involving myself with the current discourse. However, if there is a hunger for knowledge, for spirit, for metaphysics, then I…

Immigrants Are Assimilating

The last week has seen the return of the liberal outrage over out of context, sharp and effective Trump team messaging. President Trump’s team took an old quote from Rep. Ilhan Omar about 9/11 and turned it into a viral advertisement correctly portraying her and by association the entire open borders left as against America….

Black Anxiety Theater

It has been written that science fiction as a genre reflects our dreams but also our anxieties about current technological trends. Space and aliens gave way to computers and robots run amok. This reflection can be found elsewhere. A trend in films directed at black audiences is the thriller with a white home invader or…

Why Racial Intelligence Matters

While racial intelligence has been accepted as fact within the field of psychometrics for more than a century, speaking about it outside of this field is career suicide. After what has happened to Arthur Jensen, and James D. Watson, many within the field are content to simply publish their findings in technical papers, and avoid…

Lovecraft + Five Friday Reads 4/12/19

A scientific announcement this week made me think of H.P. Lovecraft. It was not the picture of the black hole that may or may not just be some photoshopped art. It was the fossil discovery yielding a being named cthulu because of its tentacle resemblance to Lovecraft’s most famous creation. This made me rush to…

The Benedict Option’s False Premise

Rod Dreher’s book proclaiming that Christians embrace a Benedict Option to separate from society and protect the faith is a wonderful idea. A review thoroughly examining it can be found here with a basic message of “Dreher’s not going far enough”. Dreher is an easy target, but the subject of this essay is the shaky…

Joseph

Joseph reached over and flicked a switch. Florescent lights flickered then flooded the room revealing a cluttered mass of machines from yesteryear. “Xeroxes, they’re reliable.. a real workhorse.” Joe grinned, moving toward one of the off white colored behemoths. “You’ve probably never seen one of these huh Angela?” Angela shifted nervously, clutching a large folder…

Racial IQ’s unlikely proof: Native Americans

This article seeks to prove that Racial IQ exists, using both laymen’s language, and an often ignored population which exhibits intelligence despite terrible socio-economic conditions: Native Americans. This article was actually inspired by someone I argued with that argued that if Asians and Europeans evolved to be intelligent due to their need to plan food-acquisition, —something…