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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

194. Americans Must Rationalize

Many U.S colonists were mechanical thinkers. One was Thomas Jefferson, who was born in 1743 and graduated at William and Mary in 1762.  As a mechanical thinker, Jefferson;s mind was like  today's empiricists who continually fight against rationalism. Today, these empiricists also say that universe had a beginning and has an end. But when Jefferson was asked to draft the Declaration of Independence, Ben Franklin and John Adams had to change this draft drastically because it was filled with mechanical thoughts. 

So, Ben Franklin, rather than Jefferson. was sent to England, France and Germany. This trip was taken ten years before the war with England would begin. In England, Ben would learn England's empiricism (click), logic (click), and Locke's social contract (click). In France, Ben would learn the social contract of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. (click)  And, in Germany, Ben would learn Leibniz's paper on Monadology  (click) and the monads that Leibniz built. Leibniz's monads are images of a God that has no parts.  Thus, Leibniz's  monads have no parts. Thus, in Germany, Ben learned about the Little Gods and how they co-existence and come together to form a spatial universe.

In all nations, physicists, empiricists, and politicians have developed the same ugly minds.  Their minds are ugly because hey cannot open their minds to rationalize anything other than machines. These ugly minds destroy Little Gods, animals, and plants because they say that everything is mechanical.  It is time to open their minds to the truth about life.

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