MAGICAL THINKING


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I don’t know there, but here has been increasing the preference in magical thinking; I think is because of its powerfull seducting charisma, but also because the need of a HOPE in our society. (Religion hasn’t cover this neccesity at all) And also, to the lack of hope in human racionalism to solve this real dilema…[…]

There are so many ways for this thinking as terms in its language. May be identify every time you hear the words;
psi-energy or energies (kind of modern souls), vital force, Transcendentalism, Spiritualism, Theosophy, occult traditions, Hermetic
arts of astrology, magic, alchemy, cabbala, holistic health, magic levitation, meditation, channelling, reincarnation, crystals, anomalous phenomena, Ramtha, and also UFOs, and its abducting issue. (found every in the specialized dictionary)
I think this is all part of the esotericism and superstition of the New Age ideologies, which in attempt to reach credibility has made touch with Science, . . . but as this has been just a little touch, it’s been, better said, a touch with pseudo science. So then, it has been neccesary the surge of a quackery reaction, and not permit so much cuac, cuac, cuac, about any farce.
This is the case produced by the kind of advertising in the What the bleep film. It has been neccesary to define quantum pseudo mysticism because this people pretend to found in the quantum mechanics their beliefs. Victor J. Stenger does it in an article for the skeptical inquirer magazine. He Concludes;
Quantum mechanics, the centerpiece of modern physics, is misinterpreted as implying that the human mind controls reality and that the universe is one connected whole that cannot be understood by the usual reduction to parts.

Predominant themes of the New Age are mystical founded in many other traditions within the world’s various religions, especially Vedanta, Tibetan Buddhism, Zen, Sufism, Taoism, Shamanism, Kabbalah, Gnosticism, and Esoteric Christianity of Christianity. And now also, PseudoScience.
These are all, very powerfull imagination provocative themes . . . for some dimension of our life shall be neccesary because the neccesity of beauty, (art) but for the other side . . . we better be aware because, I think too many cuac, cuac, may be dangerous.
There are so many ways for this thinking as terms in its language. May be identify every time you hear the words;

psi-energy or energies (kind of modern souls), vital force, Transcendentalism, Spiritualism, Theosophy, occult traditions, Hermetic
arts of astrology, magic, alchemy, cabbala, holistic health, magic levitation, meditation, channelling, reincarnation, crystals, anomalous phenomena, Ramtha, and also UFOs, and its abducting issue. (found every in the specialized dictionary)

I think this is all part of the esotericism and superstition of the New Age ideologies, which in attempt to reach credibility has made touch with Science, . . . but as this has been just a little touch, it’s been, better said, a touch with pseudo science. So then, it has been neccesary the surge of a quackery reaction, and not permit so much cuac, cuac, cuac, about any farce.
This is the case produced by the kind of advertising in the What the bleep film. It has been neccesary to define quantum pseudo mysticism because this people pretend to found in the quantum mechanics their beliefs. Victor J. Stenger does it in an article for the skeptical inquirer magazine. He Concludes;
Quantum mechanics, the centerpiece of modern physics, is misinterpreted as implying that the human mind controls reality and that the universe is one connected whole that cannot be understood by the usual reduction to parts.

Predominant themes of the New Age are mystical founded in many other traditions within the world’s various religions, especially Vedanta, Tibetan Buddhism, Zen, Sufism, Taoism, Shamanism, Kabbalah, Gnosticism, and Esoteric Christianity of Christianity. And now also, PseudoScience.
These are all, very powerfull imagination provocative themes . . . for some dimension of our life shall be neccesary because the neccesity of beauty, (art) but for the other side . . . we better be aware because, I think too many cuac, cuac, may be dangerous.

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