The Secular Humanist Bulletin has given writer John Dunphy another platform from which to present his views about how the humanists plan to use the public school classroom to proselytize for their ideology. The Humanist magazine published an essay by John Dunphy in its January/February 1983 issue entitled “A Religion for A New Age.” This […]
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There was a meeting of pediatricians and students which took place at the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society and one of the speakers was Dr. Richard Day, an eminent professor and physician as well as well as Director of Planned Parenthood. He asked that no notes or recordings be made of the meeting due to possible danger […]
Did you know the “goal” to create a transhuman universal consciousness hive mind via technology was openly admitted in the late 1960s?
The release of Dr. Gerald Feinberg’s “The Prometheus Project” in 1969 conveniently overlapped MK Ultra and the push for Violence Project, Woodstock and the counter culture movement, the Vietnam war draft, and so many social changes… It was also the same year that Dr. Jose Delgado’s “Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society” was published. None of this is a coincidence.
And they even tried to promote it as “something new under the sun,” too.
In A.D. 1961, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Torcaso v Watkins. The case hinged on the right of a man who had otherwise qualified for the office of Notary Public in “Maryland” to assume that office without first confessing (as required by the Maryland Constitution) that he believed in God. The […]
HUMANIST MANIFESTO I was originally published in 1933 in the NEW HUMANIST (VOL. VI, #3 MAY/JUN, 1933: Yellow Springs, Ohio), the main publication of the American Humanist Association. Co-author John Dewey, the noted philosopher and educator, called for a synthesizing of all religions and a “socialized and cooperative economic order.” Humanism was “codified” by 34 […]