Basics of Divination

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‘Basics of Divination: A Beginner’s Guide’ is an essay on the subject of forecasting the future by using one of these methods that are all of them part of perennial philosophy and have a history of several millennia each, except the Tarot which was created at the end of the Middle Ages: Astrology, the I Ching, the Tarot, and the Runes.

All of these divinatory methods are based on a simple projection of the consultant’s subconscious mind so that the device delivers information about the future once the content of the subconscious mind is made intelligible. This is facilitated either through archetypal symbols as in the case of Astrology, the Tarot and the Runes, or through binary code in the form of so-called ‘Hexagrams’ in the case of the I Ching.

The author warns about the dangers of suggestive consultancy, which is when the consultant is gullible enough to believe all and everything the fortune teller says, thereby running the risk that his subconscious mind accepts the reading as true, and when the reading is negative or even predicts malady or death, this can then turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy. Thus why discrimination is needed when one consults one’s ‘destiny.’ 

The essay, which is illustrated, also reports the new trends in popular culture which are mainly focusing on the Tarot, and many new versions of it, that display a healthy amount of lively fantasy, and exploration in the world of archetypes, a trend that certainly has beneficial and cultural impact in our modern society that urgently needs to broaden the content of our imaginative mind for the unfolding of our soul.

Processed Reality

‘Processed Reality: Pitfalls of Perception and the Cosmic Mind’ (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 21), 2017, provides a systematic elaboration of all possible distortions of the direct perception of reality, and the various factors or pitfalls that bring about this distortion. Among them are factors that are related to the nature of the memory matrix, but also outside factors such as spiritual, ideological and emotional pitfalls.

The perhaps most important part of the study is the chapter on ‘The Myths of Worldwide Democracy’ where the author unveils one by one the current myths of postmodern international consumer culture. These myths form the underlying basis of the masses’ credo in a new form of pseudo-spiritual salvation that is cunningly weaved around a prosperity vocabulary, quick wealth formulas, the promise of the beneficial actions of multinational corporations and worldwide communication, and last not least the pretended liberalism and protective thinking in the education of children.

The essay reveals by and by what is behind the beautiful façade: the hard reality of lies, systematic manipulation and political cover-up, stringent emotional and sexual misery of our youth, an almost total ecological, systemic and spiritual myopia and an immense amount of structural violence that begins to suffocate us with the ever-increasing prison miles and mental hospitals built for those who disagree with the general mindwash and whitewash of global political, social and economic realities.

While the most recent ideological promise of total freedom is surely a more joyful plot than the Church’s Inquisition a millennium ago, it is based on exactly the same lies and fairy tales, the same projections, the same reductionist agenda of fascist values that intrinsically deny complexity and holistic thinking, reducing life and living to the consumption of products that are industrially manufactured and marketed worldwide by multinational corporations.

The worldwide consumer reality as the author unveils it in this essay is based on facts: it is the raising impoverishment of the poor and the third world, a decreasing quality in education and the alarming fact that global problems are becoming merely administered instead of being at least half solved. To unveil these myths is one of the major tasks of every responsible citizen.

The examples the author forwards are inspired by his experience as a law practitioner specialized on international law, criminal law and human rights.

In the last chapter, entitled ‘Creating Reality,’ the author demonstrates how to create your own reality and build a redundant immunity against the manipulatory messages of the global beast that could one day condense in a holocaust worse than Hitler’s and all preceding massacres committed against lucid, non-judgmental humans. The violence potential of postmodern international consumer culture is surely much higher than any of the tyrannies we have suffered in the past, as it’s global, technological, cunningly subtle, and a joint-cooperation of the political leaders of most of our very advanced Western democracies.

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Oedipal Hero

‘Oedipal Hero: The Hidden Side of Glory’ (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 20) is a study on a particular not yet elucidated problem of psychiatry. ‘Oedipal Hero’ is a term I have forged for an individual, usually of male sex, who suffers from a specific pathology that comes from a combination of unresolved Oedipus Complex and Narcissism. In my view, modern psychiatry has just begun to identify this problem, and my approach to scientifically and psychologically outline this pathology is therefore to be seen as a pioneering work.

I use the term ‘Oedipal Consciousness’ synonymously with a range of similar expressions so as to denote the complex process of denial of truth about the cyclic and pleasure-bound nature of life through the repression of the child’s emotional vitality. This process, that began with the so-called Industrial Revolution in the 17th century, if not in principle already with the beginnings of patriarchy, ultimately led to the formation of present postmodern international consumer culture and can historically be shown to represent the root structure of all fascist and totalitarian regimes.

While in the Anglo-Saxon world, the true reason for repressing the child’s vital energy is hardly ever discussed, the lifting of the veil behind compulsive morality used to be a strong domain of post-revolution French philosophy. Most people in the Anglo-Saxon world really believe the main reason for inhibiting the child’s free sexuality had to do with morality or with a concern for protecting the child’s natural vulnerability. This cultural and social naiveté strongly contrasts with other cultures’ perspective, such as the French or Hispanic cultures, and it stringently contradicts the life and love philosophy of most tribal cultures.

French social historians such as Michel Foucault and social philosophers such as Gilles Deleuze have clearly demonstrated that the reasons for the child’s emosexual castration are to be found in the setup of Western consumer economy. It has economic, and not moral reasons why the Western consumer child is relegated to forced orality and deprived of tactile stimulation and a true love life of their own.

The article comes with a complete research bibliography.

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Normative Psychoanalysis

‘Normative Psychoanalysis: How the Oedipal Dogma Shapes Consumer Culture (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 14)’ is a critique of Sigmund Freud’s theory of the Oedipus Complex. This study demonstrates that Freudian psychoanalysis, applied to children, is not permissive, but castrative; in addition, it is normative, and actually a tool for forging the ideal consumer child within a consumer culture that is based on the economic paradigm of total consumption.

Today, we have to make a clear choice, as parents, educators or child psychologists, if we want to follow the bioenergetic truth of children’s innate emotional and sexual response, or the mythic projections of a ‘cultural’ conditioning system called psychoanalysis that was set in the world to veil the essential, that is, the fact that fully erotic children are bad consumers, and thus by definition bad citizens in a society that is based not upon love but upon codependence, not upon free choice relations, but the forceful adaptation of children to consumerism as the religion of the 21st century.

As educators and psychologists sensitive to the emotional manipulation and abuse of children, in a society that confuses sex with violence, while violence is exactly the repression of sexual communication, we need to be pro-active regarding the free emotional and sexual life of children, instead of streamlining children to the needs of the industry.

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Basics of Mythology

‘Basics of Mythology: The Main Archetypes (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 10),’ briefly explains the major archetypes or mythological figures in our cultural heritage. 

The process of individuation that is so often occulted in our modern consumer society then is the subject of analysis as the author found in twenty-seven years of research on sexual paraphilias, codependence and drug addiction that all these hangups have their reason in one or the other handicap during the process of individuation.

The article then features the basics of the following archetypal images: Adam & Eve, The Guru-Disciple Relation, Castor & Pollux, Daedalus, Europa, Demeter, Hades, King Agenor, King Minos, Pasiphaë, and Zeus.

The article is fully illustrated and comes with a glossary, a short literature index and an extended contextual bibliography.

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The Restriction of National Sovereignty

‘The Restriction of National Sovereignty: Basics for Law School’ (Series Scholarly Articles, Volume 2)—2019 Apple Books Edition—is a scholarly contribution to the idea of European Integration and the long-term efforts to build an International World Government.

Many today seem to have forgotten that the original idea for building a united Europe was to establish an international political system suited to purport peace, stability and growth for all nation states, regardless of their military might, or their economic and political power.

This study first discusses the restriction of national sovereignty in the area of commercial relations between foreign states and private trading companies. Here, since the second half of the 19th century, a clear trend to restrict foreign sovereign immunity was to be seen and has profoundly changed international law. In cases that involve foreign sovereign immunity, now the Restrictive Immunity Doctrine reigns which distinguishes between commercial and governmental acts carried out by foreign governments. In all matters commercial, foreign states do not enjoy immunity from jurisdiction.

The projects discussed in Chapter 4 of the study were targeting at bringing about a new era of peace through the restriction of national sovereignty. The people who drafted these projects were no lesser than the greatest philosophers of Europe, among them Abbé de Saint-Pierre, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Immanuel Kant, Saint-Simon, and Count Coudenhove-Kalergi.

The study shows that world peace is conditioned upon the restriction of national sovereignty, one of the most dangerous concepts of international law. It is an idea that goes back to the Renaissance and was drafted mainly under the pulpit of Jean Bodin and Niccoló Machiavelli. No other concept in international relations has cost the lives of so many victims of war, wherever in the world. Besides, this doctrine is an alien element in today’s international network culture and at a time where the relationship ruler-vassal has become one of government-citizen.

When nations understand that in a networked international community, any war means auto-destruction by implication, the need for the restriction of sovereignty through the establishment of a supranational authority or world government becomes obvious.

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The Law of Evidence in a Nutshell

‘The Law of Evidence in a Nutshell: Basics for Law School’ (Scholarly Articles, Volume 1) is a guide that presents all the essential knowledge for the law school beginner in the field of civil procedure and the law of evidence both in Great Britain and the United States.

Dr. Peter Fritz Walter is an international lawyer and legal researcher from Germany, specialized on the Law of Evidence as applied in American District Courts in cases that involve the claim of foreign sovereign immunity.

After his graduation as a law practitioner from Saarland University in Germany, he acquired a Master’s degree (L.L.M.) in European Integration from the European Institute of Saarland University in 1982, and a Doctor of Law title from the University of Geneva, in 1987.

In 2004, Dr. Walter retired as a writer, researcher, producer and content provider in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and publishes via his Delaware company, Sirius-C Media Galaxy LLC, which he founded in April 1998.

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The Narcissism Reader

‘The Narcissism Reader: Clinical, Behavioral, Spiritual’ is an explorative journey co-authored by Sam Vaknin and Peter Fritz Walter.

Sam Vaknin’s contributions show that over the past century, pathological narcissism has been construed as a psychological defense, introversion gone awry, a regression, or a personality disorder. It is probably all the above—and much more besides. His contributions to the reader deal with two neglected aspects of this multifarious phenomenon of mental illness: narcissistic mortification (when the narcissist is forced to face himself as others see him or her) and the psychodynamic role of psychological and sexual sadism in these disturbances of the self.

Peter Fritz Walter’s essays show new holistic ways of coping with sadism, and particularly sexual sadism, acted out either toward adults or toward children. The approach taken is non-judgmental and functional, and emphasizes a bioenergetic point of departure.

Information is provided about the true reasons for violent emotional and sexual afflictions and resulting misconduct, and viable alternatives to chaotic sexual behavior and suggestions for behavior adjustment are offered, not through putting up self-punishment and guilt, but in the contrary through understanding the energy-nature and inherent intelligence in our emotions. The primal narcissistic wounding if often the result of parent-child codependence and emotional abuse, as well as a stringent lack of autonomy early in life.

From a policy perspective, the way to go is quite exactly the contrary of what is practiced now by our lawmakers and social policy makers; it’s the way toward solving the blockage by dissolving the energy obstruction that led to the blockage. This energy obstruction is related to distortions of perception, and a lack of emotional awareness. 

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The Energy Nature of Human Emotions and Sexual Attraction

‘The Energy Nature of Human Emotions and Sexual Attraction: A Systemic Analysis of Emotional Identity in the Process of the Human Sexual Response’—2017 Revised, Updated and Reformatted Edition—is a concise study on how human emotions impact upon sexual attraction, a subject never tackled by modern sexology nor by psychoanalysis.

The author advances a theory of emotional awareness building quite in opposition to current sexology in that he redefines the nature of human sexuality. Accordingly, he advances a complete roadmap for dealing constructively with sexual desire and for healing both nonsexual and sexual sadism.

Based upon Eastern and native wisdom and perennial science, the author develops a functional concept for what he calls ‘emosexual attraction,’ which explains human sexual attraction as a consequence of ‘emotional predilection,’ and not with the current psychological and sexological concept of ‘sexual drives.’

For elucidating his point systemically, the author forged a vocabulary specifically destined to bring coherence in a landscape of dozens of notions used, in various cultures, and by various scientists, for the human energy field.

This vocabulary, then, he called ‘Emonics,’ which stands for ‘Emotional Identity Code Science.’ Based upon this unifying terminology, he proceeded to elaborating an assessment and treatment approach to sexual attraction in general, and pedophilia, in particular.

As under the present paradigm, forensic psychiatry and law enforcement are based upon outdated premises and assumptions, and a mechanistic understanding of sexuality.

The author proposes an alternative and more functional approach, defining new holistic concepts such as pedoemotions or emosexuality that form part of his scientific discoveries.

In addition, he has redefined notions such as erotic intelligence, codependence or emotional abuse, arguing that the mechanistic concept of sexual drives is ultimately counterproductive to comprehending and integrating the human energy field, thereby missing the point to describe human sexuality in a functional and ethically sound manner.

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Integrate Your Emotions

‘Integrate Your Emotions: A Guide to Emotional Wholeness’ is a guide to emotional wholeness and wellbeing. It has two functions; it sets out to elucidate the nature and functions of our emotions, and provides clear instructions and examples how to handle them and keep them in a healthy balance. The author stresses the fact that emotions have a kaleidoscopic nature, that all emotions are interlocked and that balance is vital to emotions in the sense that they assume a negative and devastating character when being repressed and getting out of balance.

The author demonstrates in this cutting-edge selfhelp guide that sexual misconduct is regularly the result of people mishandling their emotions. In fact, in our culture there is a huge knowledge gap about the art of emotional balance and wellbeing. This is so because the bioenergetic nature of emotions is veiled or outright rejected; this means emotions are not seen as what they are, that is, flowing streams of vital energy that are part of our luminous body. In addition, emotions are often misconstrued by our mainstream science and psychology as static elements of cognition.

The book proposes effective solutions both for the individual quest for emotional sanity and for forging new and effective social and legal policies for handling emotional flow within society at large, and with the ultimate objective to regulate our social and sexual conduct responsibly and without the need of law enforcement, coercion and monolithic state control.

The audience for this guide is both professional and the lay audience, including those who are directly concerned and who have a problem with handling their emotional flow. The need for solutions to our emotional problems is not only an individual quest, but also a matter of public hygiene. It results from our collective denial of the basic patterns of living. This collective denial resulted in our messing up the code of life, thereby bringing about large-scale perversion and violence. The social and legal policies in place for handling sexual misconduct are largely ineffective because they are based on the ignorance of the bioenergetic nature of human sexuality.

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