Integrity Psychology – A Summary in Verse

I’m writing a bookBut it’s taking a whileSo here is a poemI do hope you smile Let’s begin with lifeWhat is it, exactly?Transmission of information!Let’s think abstractly You’re like a signalPropagating through timeGenes through generationsSymbols through media (like rhyme) You get a collectionOf things at the startChildhood is importantThings imprint on your heart From this, you get passionsThings you love … Read More

Integrity Psychology: A Preview

Normally I don’t release significant works until they are fully completed, however in this case I thought it might be interesting and useful if I share perhaps the most significant passion project I’ve been working on over the last six years. I think it may shed some light, at least obliquely, on some of the problems we have been facing … Read More

Bicameralism, Inner Voices, Idolatry, and Prophecy

This was a section intended for my newest book, but was cut to maintain a strict focus. If you enjoy this content, you will love “Pieces of the Puzzle“, which discusses Biblical issues such as the creation of the universe and the Exodus from Egypt from scientific and historical perspectives. You will also enjoy my paper “The Bicameral Expert“, which … Read More

Strong’s Law of Systems

When people do not want to take personal responsibility for something, they systematize it. That’s it. That’s the law.

The Colonized Mind

The following is the seventh chapter of my book “Industrial Society and Its Future: A Reexamination”, available on Amazon/Kindle and as a .pdf on Gumroad. “Low self-esteem, depressive tendencies and defeatism are… widespread in our society. And today’s society tries to socialize us to a greater extent than any previous society. We are even told by experts how to eat, … Read More

Art Pour L’Art: The Origins of Creativity

Although the great monuments built by past civilizations are often the subject of wonder and admiration, no less wondrous are the feats achieved by our Palaeolithic ancestors living around the world tens of thousands of years ago. One example of these achievements is the literal invention of art, the precise origins of which have long mystified and intrigued researchers. Why … Read More

Eurocentrism, Ancient History, and Ancient Egypt

“….the line of ill-intentioned Egyptologists, equipped with a ferocious erudition, have committed their well known crime against science by becoming guilty of a deliberate falsification of the history of humanity. Supported by the governing powers of all the Western countries , this ideology, based on a moral and intellectual swindle, easily won out over the true scientific current developed by … Read More

Explaining the Ipuwer Papyrus

There is an enigmatic Egyptian document called the Ipuwer Papyrus which is believed to have been created sometime in the nineteenth dynasty. It contains a text known as Admonitions of an Egyptian Sage, which itself contains potential evidence for the ten plagues of the Exodus. Beyond simply referencing vague misfortunes, the author of Admonitions relays specific kinds of events that … Read More

Andy Kaufman, Experience Design, and Caring About Your Audience

Andy Kaufman was an American entertainment marvel most active in the 1970s and 1980s. He is famous for his quirky sitcom characters, his on-stage gags involving co-conspirators from the audience, for wrestling a number of women as well as Jerry “The King” Lawler (pictured), and for dying of cancer at a very young age. Aside from his work that has … Read More

Optimism, vision, and the death of a Disney dream

You might not have heard of Peter Thiel, but he’s kind of a big deal in Silicon Valley. He co-founded PayPal with Elon Musk, was an early investor in Facebook, and currently manages an impressive investment portfolio that includes companies like SpaceX, Airbnb, Spotify, Asana, and Oculus. In short, Peter Thiel knows what it takes to start a business from scratch and grow … Read More