“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

In this week’s podcast, I talk a bit more about the hive-mind nature of evil, the ways in which evil seeks to control us, and the manner in which the work of Dr. Michael Heiser can help us to explain and understand the motive force behind the madness we see in...
Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 79: The Izzlamic Dance

This week’s podcast is quite a bit longer than usual, because it goes DEEP into the subject of historical criticism of Islam. I unpack much of the latest evidence that we have about the very obscure origins of Islam. Following the data and evidence that Dr. Jay...
Resist and bite

Resist and bite

There is absolutely nothing original about comparing the very visible and observable decline of the West, with the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. I am certainly not the first to make that comparison. Assuredly I will not be the last. Unoriginal though such...
Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 78: How to Start Your Own Heresy

We’re back this week with a new episode of Didactic Mind, after a week off. Today I discuss the ways in which questioning the standard “Narrative” will get you labelled as a heretic, and why that is no bad thing. I talk about how many of the...
The mad genius of the great Prophet Ringo

The mad genius of the great Prophet Ringo

About 5 years ago, i wrote a post about John Ringo’s superb standalone novel, The Last Centurion, which is a book that quite thoroughly defies easy categorisation. Here is the actual post: In the words of the Prophet Ringo… (WordPress embedding don’t...
Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 77: The Forge of Vulcan

Today I wax philosophical again about the nature of our tests and the reasons why we are tested to, and often beyond, our breaking points. I go through Biblical prophets from the Old Testament and examine how they were tested and broken, in order to do what God needed...
Build your brothers up

Build your brothers up

Friends, you don’t need me to tell you that these are very dark, very strange, and very dangerous times. The world is an extraordinarily messed-up place, and it appears to be getting worse every single day. The Western world, in particular, appears to be...
Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 76: War Games

This week’s episode is all about game theory and its profound and powerful application to politics. I use the lens of game-theoretic understanding to provide insights into why the Right keeps losing against the Left. As I point out in the podcast, the reason is...
Didactic Mind, Ep 80: The Mind Flayer

Didactic Mind, Ep 75: The Evil That Men Do

In this week’s episode, I talk about the strange and terrible power of real, material, physical evil, and its lasting effect on all of us. I explain why it has such power and how its power persists for so long – and why and how it fails, each and every...
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