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"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary."
-Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956)

Well folks, have we yet learned to recognize ye olde hobgoblin when he arrives in each new disguise?
We've been enduring a real nasty one worldwide for some time now...

I gave Carl Sagan and company subdued praise for debunking the nuclear arms hobgoblin so eloquently and publicly in the last of his 13 episodes of Cosmos, even though I was disappointed that he didn't go far enough to debunk the formula for hobgoblins and keep us vigilant for whichever ones might come next. I won't repeat here the exact tips and warnings I talked about then; they're all still easily accessed on my review for
"Cosmos 13: Who Speaks for Earth?" [Cultural Leadership and Wisdom].

I will say that the formula doesn't actually care if the hobgoblin is real or imaginary; it can work just as well either way. The true goal of the formula is a great signal that will give its game away... It will ask you to give up your rights and freedoms.

Know your hobgoblin formula, and how to say no to it.

Reviews for the full set of Star Trek movies:
From "Star Trek 1: The Motion Picture" to "Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country"

What really tripped up movies 1 and 5? How were they still great? How many clever moves are embedded in film 2? Where did 2 and 6 fall short with their philosophies? The Trek films are thoroughly dissected and celebrated here...

How well do modern scientists really know their Einstein? How many of the popular oft-recited mantras actually CONTRADICT his theories?

Cosmos 8: "Journeys in Space and Time"

The Universe: "Light Speed"

The Universe - Season Three Rankings

Our set of in-depth reviews of Carl Sagan's original 1980 Cosmos series is complete. Read or flip through all 13 episodes from the beginning with:

Episode 1: The Shores of the Cosmic Ocean

or browse to the exact review you want from our Main Cosmos page.

Science article:
"The Brown Dwarf That Almost Made Exoplanet History"

Brown Dwarfs are so big and hot... how did they not become the first extrasolar planets found by Mankind? Find out how close they came, before missing out on all the glory....

The Beginning for our Star Trek Reviews:
"The Cage"
"Where No Man Has Gone Before"
"The Corbomite Maneuver"
"Mudd's Women"
"The Enemy Within"
"The Man Trap"
"The Naked Time"
"Charlie X"
"Balance of Terror"
"The Conscience of the King"
"The Menagerie"

How well do these first episodes truly embody forward-thinking, optimistic philosophies of the future? The answers may not vindicate the same episodes many fans might at first suggest...

The "Intelligent Life" reviews:
How much polarization still exists in the Human attitude towards
Extra-Terrestrial life? How many conflicting beliefs do we still entertain?
Is there a way to reconcile these differences?
Here, we examine several documentaries with different slants on the issues:

Cosmos 11: The Persistence of Memory
Cosmos 12: Encyclopaedia Galactica
The Universe 13: Search for E.T.
Ancient Aliens 1: Chariots, Gods, and Beyond

Classic Articles:

The Fourth Density

In this article, we discuss the nature of the evolution of human consciousness, which sits at the heart of the New Age movement, and the business and personal development worlds. For all those interested in the optimistic vision of the future...

The Maldek Files:
The Fifth Planet

An investigation into the histories and theories about Maldek: the original fifth planet of our solar system, orbiting between Mars and Jupiter, where now only an asteroid belt remains....

Article: Recipe for Health

A feature article on the relationship between leading practices and philosophies of mind, body, health and wellbeing.

Article: "The Evolution of Political Ideals"

A primer page for our series of articles highlighting the philosophical underpinnings in our politics and governmental systems.

Monetary Reform Page

Here we outline what publicly accountable governments could do to reclaim their power over the banks and end the debt-based financial shell games and budgetary concerns that affect government's ability to deal with nearly EVERY other issue of importance. Do this year's scare tactics reflect all the historical hall-marks of yet another public banking scam?


In this article, we show how the famous Einstein equation must depart from Newtonian physics to retain its meaning, and how the speed of light is the most mislabeled piece of the puzzle....
Article: "Green Control"

Are "government-knows-best" and tax-punishment policies really the best methods of achieving harmony between man, nature and the environment? Join us in our quest to put a better "Green Shift" on the cards than what has so far been proposed.

The Philadelphia Experiment

A brief primer on what this was, how far its time travel research may have gone, and how all this might best fit in with human social growth....

Article: "Animal Whispering
and the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Densities"

What a fun way for a human to better understand balance! Our article details how Cesar Millan's techniques for communication between 2nd and 3rd density can help human viewers prepare for and trigger the fourth density. Bonuses include managing your energy, promoting a calm-assertive stance, and living in the moment.

Science Fiction:

New for April 15, 2018:

Review: "Star Trek TNG: Unification"

Spock completes an epic transformation as Leonard Nimoy guest stars on Star Trek The Next Generation - a story with many outstanding highlights but which does not fully exploit the potential of its cross-over concept and is partially drowned in padding and filler.

New for February 16, 2018:

Review: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"

Star Trek's first move to the big screen gets its core philosophy stunningly perfect and achieves a gorgeous level of audio-visual excellence. But is its sense of drama, adventure, and pace lagging too far behind?

New for March 6, 2018:

"Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan"

Exposed: the secrets of turning a mediocre idea into a work of genius and a smash hit, through careful focus, timing, and application of taste.

New for March 18, 2018:

Review: "Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock"

This second helping of the essence of the previous film organically advances the story and the characters, succeeding with a more personal focus. But thematically, charisma promotes a few false wisdoms, failing to challenge entrenched storytelling policies that deserve to be re-thought.

New for April 6, 2018:

Review: "Star Trek 5: The Final Frontier"

Our in-depth probe reveals the gloriously unique strengths and niggling problems of Star Trek 5, including what is REALLY missing from the ending, and where its philosophical influence might have the best impact....

New for April 13, 2018:

Review: "Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country"

A very classy, stylish film makes pertinent, healthy commentary about peacemaking... though sadly by backing into it from an overdose of vengeant opposition that ultimately hogs center-stage. But this is nonetheless a worthy conclusion to the Star Trek voyages of the original crew....

New for March 24, 2017:

The instincts of writer/producer Gene Coon and some of his fellow staff writers come under closer scrutiny in these late season 1 stories....

"A Taste of Armageddon"
"Errand of Mercy", and
"Operation -- Annihilate!"

"Star Trek Season One Rankings"

New for December 5, 2016:

More New TNG Reviews:
"Encounter at Farpoint (expanded)"
"The Child"
"The Best of Both Worlds"
"Realm of Fear"

Quite a number of these go against the grain of common fan opinion to present perspectives that many may not have thought of....

New for Nov. 17, 2016:

The Stargate Page

New for April-July, 2016:

All reviews for the Season 35 box set are here,
beginning with "Last Christmas" and
"The Magician's Apprentice / The Witch's Familiar", all the way to
"The Husbands of River Song".
Plus our Buyers' Guide to the season.

New for June 21, 2016:

Doctor Who In-depth Reviews:
"Face the Raven", "Heaven Sent", and "Hell Bent".

Big mistakes are put on display as good fresh story ideas become scarce... Though the writers work hard to keep the episodes decent and interesting, it's an uphill struggle as the all-too-familiar cry of "wolf" devours the remaining long-term arcs...

New for January 9, 2015:

Our disc-by-disc reviews for the
"Doctor Who 11-Disc 50th Anniversary Collection"
Music CD Box Set are now complete with the additions of
disc 1 for William Hartnell,
disc 5 for Peter Davison,
and disc 8 for Paul McGann....

New for November 20, 2014:

"Star Trek TOS Music Catalogue" page listing all the details of the recent 15 CD box set, and providing a cue-by-cue comparison with the smattering of older CD releases available previously, whose track listings also receive a long overdue de-bunking....

New for October 10, 2014:

The Ron Jones Project Catalogue page detailing all the tracks and available mp3's from this glorious landmark 14-disc audio CD box set. Ron Jones' stunning compositions for the 1st four seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation became the iconic fusion between classical and new-age music that flew under the radar (and the air-conditioning sound effects) until this set brought it all out into the daylight for our appreciation. Here, we rank the top few tracks from each disc as recommended downloads.

New for June 22, 2014:

"Star Trek Music Catalogue" page comparing the massive slew of
new expanded Trek soundtracks with many of their older counterparts....

Find out more about the enigmatic traveling Timelord in his long-running classic BBC sci-fi series, complete with episode guide catalogues of available DVD's, videos, story & music soundtracks, extensive story reviews, and more on our Doctor Who page.

Read reviews of select Star Trek episodes in our extensive articles on Time Travel and the Prime Directive as portrayed in this famous sci-fi franchise, plus find out all about the latest products on our Star Trek page.

The time/space/choice continuum wouldn't be properly represented here without discussing this excellent sci-fi series exploring parallel dimensions on a regular basis. You'll find episode guides, products, and links to story reviews on our Sliders page.

New for May 5, 2013:

Is it time for a fresh perspective on the philosophy of the Matrix saga? Do people read too much into it? Too little? Does the trilogy really live up to the lofty ideals it is often associated with?

In this set of in-depth reviews, we take a close look at the entire saga and the wealth of philosophical thought that surrounds it, and come up with a new angle that you won't quite find on any of the unique commentaries or featurettes often packaged in with the movies....

Reviews: "The Matrix", "The Animatrix" from "The Second Renaissance" to "Matriculated" and
"Final Flight of the Orisis / Enter the Matrix"
, "The Matrix: Reloaded", "The Matrix: Revolutions", and
the documentary "Return to Source: Philosophy and the Matrix"

Check out our

Science Fiction Page

discussing a wider variety of sci-fi TV series and movies....

New for December 22, 2013:

The review for the big 50th is here:
"The Day of the Doctor"

This Anniversary Special delivers on many exciting elements, but has the anticipation for it raised expectations too high? Join us as we count the good and the not so good in our in-depth look at the many varying threads of this complicated heart-warming tale.

Resources & Other Goodies:

New for October 8, 2012: The Sims 2 Piano Songs Chart

Dr. Stephen Covey Page

Dr. Covey is famous for The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, a landmark book and subsequent series of lectures and material for evolving human endeavours in personal and business arenas, amongst others. Read more about his ideas and principles in our article...

Dr. Bruce Lipton

Discover the scientific mechanisms by which intelligence and perception govern molecular biology in the body, including general health, genetics, adaptation, and evolution....

Anthony Robbins'
POWERTALK! Catalogue

Listen to interviews with some of the best authors, thinkers, and social scientists of our era.

Infect the quantum field with your desire...
The extended "Down the Rabbit Hole Quantum Edition" of "What the Bleep Do We Know?!" now on DVD. It's now a different movie with new discoveries each time you watch!
Harmonic Odyssey

A new age instrumental music CD composed, performed and produced by Martin Izsak.

Dr. Budwig's Flax Oil Secrets

Learn to harness the true functions of unsaturated fats and oils within the body, to energize yourself and your power to heal.

The Future of Food

The dangers of and solutions to genetically modified food...

The Earthrace Project

A really cool boat from New Zealand is attempting to set a new record speed for motor boating around the entire globe - AND they're doing it completely on a renewable energy source called Biodiesel to help raise awareness of renewable energies and biofuels. Awesome! :-) Check them out....

"Venus Greenhouse" reviews:

Harsh environments, such as Venus with its runaway greenhouse effect, can trigger our worries of achieving truce and harmony with our own environment here on Earth. But can we respond thoughtfully and carefully, or will we panic and do something silly?

Cosmos 4: Heaven and Hell - Comets, Impacts, Venus
Cosmos 13: Who Speaks for Earth? - Cultural Leadership and Wisdom
The Universe 7: "Mercury & Venus: The Inner Planets"

New for February 26, 2015:

Our new Astronomy section at launches with
an Episode Guide Catalogue for an outstanding documentary series:
"The Universe"
This lively, informative, documentary series featuring scientist interviews and very cool CGI graphics has quickly become a favourite for astronomy enthusiasts. Common topics include new discoveries of exoplanets, features and conditions on planets and moons within our solar system, and various principles of physics and biology with cosmic significance.

Data capsule summaries for individual episodes begin with: "Secrets of the Sun"

New for October 13, 2017:

A closer look at a couple of rare classics:

"Alien Earths" - A tour of early exoplanet findings by their discoverers.

Cosmos: a Special Edition (1986)
Details of the Vangelis "Comet" version...

Plus, The Universe: "Extreme Energy" / Season 4 rankings

New for Sept. 27, 2017:

The "Far End of the Universe" documentary reviews:
What is the ultimate cosmology of the entire universe? How did it begin, and what do we know about how it might end?

Cosmos 10: The Edge of Forever - Galaxies, Universes, Dimensions

The Universe: "Cosmic Apocalypse" with Season 2 rankings
plus... The Universe Season 6 rankings.

New for June 19, 2017:

From an examination of our fluctuating ambitions towards exploring Mars,
to an investigation of long-term atomic construction in many different types of stars and other phenomena,
Cosmos delivers some of its best and most popular episodes:
Cosmos 5: Rockets to Mars

Cosmos 9: The Lives of the Stars


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Featured Articles:

-The Fourth Density - evolution's progress in our lives
-The Brown Dwarf That Almost Made Exoplanet History
-The Maldek Files - mysteries of the lost fifth planet of our system.
-Recipe for Health - balancing sustenance with emotional perception
-Political Evolution - leading with fourth density principles
-Animal Whispering - Forgotten secrets of 2nd density that trigger the 4th....
-E=mc2 Page - outgrowing limitations of speed
-The Philadelphia Experiment - discoveries of time, space, and present choices...
-Green Control - trust your neighbour's environmentalism
-Monetary Reform - banking secrets of the value of currency

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