Tag Archives: Conspiracy theory

The Force of Scepticism Grows

I have already written on this subject, and I remind the reader that for me, scepticism means having an open mind because truth, which is transcendent, cannot always be perfectly known. You are most welcome to peruse my old articles … Continue reading

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Fair Discussion and Heterodoxy

Exactly like at the time of the first lockdown, I am dismayed about how eminent experts on epidemics and viruses are shouted down and subject to ad hominem attacks, especially with political overtones. I already wrote a couple of articles, … Continue reading

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David Icke

I wrote an article about the Archons in Gnostic mythology, something more or less parallel to demons in ours as Christians. I thought it appropriate to mention David Icke as a controversial figure who has recently become interested in Gnosticism … Continue reading

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Chassez le naturel, il revient au galop

I have always appreciated the writings of Umberto Eco. He made his name as a writer through the story most of us know, The Name of the Rose. Like Foucault’s Pendulum, it is a story of intrigue and teasing the … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theories and Democracy

Whilst we are on the subject, this is worth reading: Are conspiracy theories the biggest threat to democracy? Observer columnist and academic John Naughton said: The reason we have conspiracy theories is that sometimes governments and organisations do conspire. You … Continue reading

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