L´Archéomètre – a review by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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The subtitle says it all: Key to All the Religions and All Sciences of Antiquity; Synthetic Reformation of All Contemporary Arts.
This is ambitious like nothing else but also almost impossible to achieve.

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View can change reality – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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Through time and across cultures reality has been perceived different. And each time you can be sure it is believed to be the real and final thing.
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Today in the post-postmodern world the materialistic worldview has become almost exclusive. We have refined the way we use the matter to such a level of sophistication that we are blinded by it. Long time ago we learned to cultivate matter into tools. Within the last thousand years we learned to make machines first driven by man or animals, then we invented the engine and the last 50 years the engine has become an electric computer dealing with information and playing with artificial intelligence in such a way that we can make a man like machine or humanoid.

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Fire is burning in your bones – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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Fire is everywhere. Actually it all started with a Big Bang of exploding energy or fire. Even the earth is a ball of fire with a crust that has slowly cooled down so that we can live on its surface.
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The most obvious place we see this fire is in the sun. Also being created by the Big Bang, the sun warms us up, giving us fire of life every day, year after year.

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Holonity: Justice a matter of nose – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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In this series we have been looking at the senses an virtues and how they relate.
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A nose for justice is a known expression. A case that smells is a case that smells of injustice. Or even worse it stinks.
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When we are eating food and we think it has turned bad, we smell it first. We smell it to see if it is fine, not rotten, or deteriorated.

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