Fathers of our Inverted Science, part 2

Our thinking, our philosophies of life, these are things we take for granted most of the time. “That’s just the way it is,” we say, and we step out confidently upon that premise. But what extensive research in clinical study from Brazil is showing us is that we would do well to investigate a little deeper. Our thinking, as it turns out, is not always our own.

I’m Richard Lloyd Jones, and today in Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, Fathers of our Inverted Science, part 2.

Last time on our program, Cesar Soós and I began our discussion about the leading thinkers who have had such an impact on our human civilization. And how their mistakes have led us collectively to the mess our modern society finds itself in today. We talked about Aristotle’s monumental error of placing the senses as the determiner of knowledge.

“Nothing comes to the mind which doesn’t pass first through the senses,” he asserted, thereby enshrining sensory, positivistic science as the lord of the domain.

Aristotle’s ideas were resisted for a few centuries, particularly by Augustine, who leaned more towards Plato’s universality, and Anselm. But Aquinas, the great medieval theologian, brought Aristotle back to the forefront, and the battle was on. Francis Bacon, Descartes, Comte followed, and science changed from considering more metaphysical explanations for the origin of things to seeing all phenomena only in terms of their physical characteristics. Left in the wake as well were the moral or theological tenets of science, which thus became strictly materialistic. The Big Bang, the search for the particles that cause gravity or even intelligence and creativity, the destruction of material nature to get energy – all are consequences of this academic difference of opinion.

Right away, we see that philosophy and theology have dramatically influenced science, which does not come solely from experimentation at all, as scientists would have us believe.

Dr. Norberto Keppe‘s Analytical Trilogy is a more advanced science because it accepts the important discoveries and truths from philosophy and theology in its scientific postulates. Dr. Keppe was telling a group of us recently that Analytical Trilogy is a science that accepts and integrates what’s true from all fields. And this is possible because of two things: Keppe’s establishing of a true metaphysics on which to base an analysis of anything, and Keppe’s clarification of what’s going on in the human psyche, which causes us to misinterpret reality and put many inverted ideas into our theories.

This is no small thing, and difficult to explain in entirety, so I encourage you to read Keppe’s work to get a fuller view. Our portal at trilogia.ws will lead you in some interesting directions, and of course, I’m always available to steer you in the right direction at rich@richjonesvoice.com.

On our last program, we showed how Freud and Darwin made crucial errors that have led society and science in the wrong direction totally. Today, I continue my fascinating discussion with Cesar Soós … part 2 of Fathers of the Lie.

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Einstein’s Mistake

He’s widely considered one of the greatest scientific geniuses of all time. A humble civil servant, he rose from obscurity to change the world of science – and alter how we see the world. He was known and famous for his Theory of Relativity. Only one problem – Einstein’s scientific theory was fundamentally flawed.

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, Einstein’s mistake. Well, he was obviously a great genius, and a great humanitarian. But there was a fundamental flaw in his scientific vision that is mirrored in almost all science today. And we’d like to address that in today’s program.

But first, I’ve been talking for a few weeks now about our upcoming International Congress of Analytical Trilgy – Analytical Trilogy being the name of Norberto Keppe’s science of psycho-socio-pathology. Our website is up an online now … check it out at http://www.trilogycongress.org We have a great event planned July 4 – 6, 2008, and an extra 5 days or so of activities at our hotel for those of you coming from out of town. Write me at rich@richjonesvoice.com if you need more information.

You know, I’ve been doing this program for a year and a half now, and enjoying very much the emails I receive from you with questions or suggestions for topics or even problems from your own lives that you’d like help with. I’ve been thinking and talking to the psychoanalysts at Keppe’s International Society of Analytical Trilogy about it for awhile now, and I’d like to provide those of you who are interested with a special Member’s Only program. I’m planning a specific podcast where I sit down with Claudia Pacheco or another analyst from our clinic to deal with your specific issues or problems. You’d write to me, I’d open up the subject with the analyst, and those programs would be available only to those who’ve registered. As well, I’m going to offer a special teleclass with Claudia Pacheco once a month on fundamental points of Keppe’s science of psycho-socio-pathology that will help you understand yourself and others and the world we live in much better.

It’s a pretty exciting service because the work we’re doing here in Brazil is having impressive results in education, coaching, self-development, etc.

I’m sketching it all out and will have a finished offer to you very soon, but I’d like you to register with me for more information and I’ll send it to you personally when everything’s together. rich@richjonesvoice.com

Today, science and Einstein. Cesar Soos joins me from our department of Trilogical energetics.

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