Hello Everyone: Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the U.S., the official start of the holiday season. Holiday seasons aren’t what they used to be, although most people still go through the motions. Some time back I described what I am referring to as the Separation Miasm. The German term zeitgeist (meaning spirit of the age) derives from eighteenth- to nineteenth-century German philosophy. Accordingly, a zeitgeist is an invisible consciousness force that is highly influential regarding the collective consciousness during a given historical era. Each era has a unique zeitgeist, a unique consciousness environment that sets it apart from all other epochs. The zeitgeist defines the spirit or mood of that era, manifesting as specific popular ideas, beliefs, attitudes and reactional qualities. In 1933, […]

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