A QUESTION OF BALANCE
Erwin Schrödinger's cat meets Darina Dugina
Erwin Schrödinger is probably most famous for his cat. That being said, I will leave any who have questions about Schrödinger’s atomic theory to Wikipedia (or actual scientific literature).
What is less known about Professor Schrödinger is that he believed that there is only One Mind in the Universe. He describes this theory in his out-of-print book MIND & MATTER.
Rosicrucian teachings have it that humans are able to think by tapping into this universal mind and that it is the human spirit that translates those thoughts into their own.
Following that train of thought, I can only conclude that God is not an anthropomorphic old man in the sky who created everything and then watched the fun develop, allowing his favorites to work miracles and killing those he disapproved of. I find it easier to believe that God is the Active Force behind everything, that He is always creating and that everything created is a part of Him.
That being said, why was Darya Dugina assassinated and why was Michael Byrd never held accountable for the murder of Ashli Babbitt? Many ask the “eternal question” of why God allows bad things to happen to good people. My answer is: shit happens.
We live in a random and chaotic universe where things cannot be sorted out and explained logically.
We also live in a society where freedom of speech (and all forms of freedom) is slowly but surely being erased by our authoritarian and increasingly fascist government.
Consider this. I just returned from a seminar at Hillsdale College (arguably the center of conservative thought in the United States of America) and a professor from Bard College in New York singled out Victoria Nuland as the most prominent political figure that is promoting and conducting the war in Ukraine.
Without going into what legal authority Nuland has to stage war, I would ask this question: What would the American response be if Antony Blinken’s two children were murdered by Russian agents? We in the West hear little about the murder of Darya Dugina and even less about her father, Alexander Dugina. These are names uninteresting and unimportant to most Americans. We worry more about inflation and the government-created diseases that are devastating the world. More and more are talking about the dangers of the so-called vaccine that is being used to cause heart attacks, enrich the pharmaceutical industry, and further bankrupt our society.
We haven’t time to wonder what effect the murder of Darya Dugina will have on the latest undeclared American war. In fact, we are kept so busy worrying about the weather that we scarcely remember the Fentanyl crisis, the open border, or Biden’s mindless abandonment of Afghanistan. The “opioid crisis” was on everyone’s mind during the Trump administration. Now, Chinese Fentanyl is being imported by the truckload and the media ignores it.
In Virginia, a girls’ soccer team has been removed from the gym because one of them complained about a biological male being allowed to use their locker room. It is hard to find information about this because of the algorithms used on the Internet.
One must wonder. Is this the end of logical thought in the Western World. Have our political/educational communities become so bogged down with insane theories that our policies have become nothing more than Jackson Pollock paintings?
Will Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic become a viable political force, a buffer between the aggressive NATO/US armies and Russia? Will the fascist money-laundering gangsters of Ukraine suck the economies of the EU and the USA down the drain of corruption? Now that the American mercenary army has invaded those parts of Ukraine that were recently absorbed into Russia, is that a declaration of war? It’s enough to make your head spin off your shoulders.