This page offers articles written by the webmaster that deal with the politics, science,and spirituality of time.
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* Het 'NIET'-Paradigma door: R.M., ( Maart 1986)
'Alle (paradigmatische) aktiviteit bestaat als een relatieve, zichzelf bewijzende tijdsgewaarwording die merkwaardigerwijze in feite niets anders doet dan de tijdgebonden buitenwereld met het wisselende andere te (ont)kennen terwille van de eigen vitaliteit.' In dit artikel wordt nader ingegaan op de betekenis van het begrip paradigma voor het psychologiebedrijf. Na een nadere toelichting op de psychologie als de studie van het woord, wordt ingegaan op de negatie bij de bestudering van door menselijke waarden bepaalde paradigmata. Met de positieve erkenning van deze negatie worden de implicaties besproken van het daaruit volgende 'NIET'-paradigma.

* Vadertje Tijd: de Analytische Conclusie door: R.M.. Een verslag in 1991 uitgebracht aan P. Vroon, Professor in de experimentele psychologie, over het Tijdsysteem. Dit verslag vormde de basis voor het boek 'De Spiegel van de Tijd' en het bouwen van deze website. Ook werd het gepresenteerd op de 'International Conference on Health and Spirituality' te Poona, India sept 1992.

* Een Kleine Filosofie van de Vereniging Door: A.M. Men kan zich verenigen in het privé met een huwelijk, in de arbeid met een arbeidscontract, in de politiek met een politieke partij en in de geest met een religie. Maar wat is nu eigenlijk de filosofie van al die vereniging? Hoe zijn die verenigingen zelf weer verenigd als één cultuur, wat weerhoudt ons en verward ons in het ons verenigen en is er zoiets als een algemene orde van vereniging? Of wat is het belang van het persoonlijke tegenover het onpersoonlijke in vereniging, over welke normen en waarden hebben we het, wat is de theorie en wat is de praktijk? Hoe hangt het allemaal samen en hoe laat zich dat politiek vertalen? Dit betoog biedt een korte samenhangende visie, een filosofie van vereniging als de oplossing, voor dit complexe probleem.

In English

 * Democratic Elections... by R.M. (ook in 't Nederlands): Rationalism, pragmatism, humanism. What is their relationship, what is the method to arrive at a government that is stable at the one hand and still in respect for the dynamics of our personal evolution? Who should represent us, what is the future of political parties and how should the falsehood of any system be fought in the first place? What has God to do with it and how should we incorporate each in our societal order? All these questions are answered in this speech about what our concerns should be to the regular incidence of democratic elections.

eTime: The Need for a Cybertime Epoch. By Dr. J. P. S. (Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad).Based on a review of the Concept of Time in Philosophy, Physics, Biology and Psychology, the paper argues that developments in Cyber-connectivity highlight the absurdity of treating Time and space as a unitary dimension. The paper also examines various measures of time currently available and argues that none of the measures meet the needs of commerce and law for transactions carried out in the cyberspace. It suggests that cyber connectivity presents a unique opportunity to the scientific world to de-link Time from Space and free it from the Geo-link. It therefore suggests that a new measure of the time and epoch, called eTime be introduced to fulfil the need for a Cybertime epoch. The paper further suggests that the assumed zero of eTime should either be the origin of the concept of cyberspace by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency or the epoch of signing 'A Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace', i.e. Fri, Feb 9, 1996 17:16:35 +0100 at Davos, Switzerland.

* Drugs, addiction and control: By R.M.Reasoning from the movie The Insider the issue of soft-drug habituation is discussed in the light of a primordial predator-neurosis that would obscure our consciousness and conscience of nature and the needed human values to get out of the dark of drug-buse, political indecision and legal warfare against citizens. The conclusion is that from confidential knowledge one must manage to cure from the neurosis and that legally one should aknowledge the physician as the authority in matters of legal drug-use.  

* Reincarnation and the Fear of Time: This article discusses the nature of reincarnation in the light of the christian Renaissance and the duality of modern multicultural time-consciousness and its psychological fears of time. It maintains that the fear of time in fact is the fear to be faced with the never ending mission of getting closer and closer to one's own personal and collective divinity - whether or not one is reincarnated or simply in ones lifetime is reborn to another consciousness of time.

* Crop circles and the Key to the World Order. This article takes up the challenge formed by the reality of crop circles from an unknown origin. After discussing the psychology of repression and denial and an analysis of the phenomenon there is a conclusion stating that to arrive at a mondial concept of time-management is fundamental to the idea of a practical key to the world culture we could offer the alien intelligences we are dealing with.

*About why the year 2000 should be counted as 2753. Since we as westerners and world citizens have to learn from our history, in fact our year should be 2753 AUC after 2000 years of christian education (Ab Urbe Condita; from the foundation of the city). The fact that hardly anyone knows of this origin sets the problem of our discussion as being one of the ignorance and the psychology of our own time and time-system. This article proposes for a non repressive almost secret approach with the duality of an alternative classical calendar, that does restore our original belief and culture of timerespect.

* Sun, Moon and the New World Order. by R.M. This article deals with the mondial opposition of cultural time-respect. It stresses the importance of a conscious dualistic and holistic approach that does justice to all legal, religious and profane claims of time-managent. The resulting full calendar of order is discussed as an ideal contribution to a solution for the problem of time-management of the New World Order.

Time and its role in the history of thought and action (taken from the Encyclopedia Britannica). This article discusses the history of thought about Time distinguishing process-philosophers and philosopers of the manifold, philosphers of everlasting life and philosophers of rebirth in the flow of time. The prescietific conception of the individual experience of reality to time and timelessness is pictured as a groundfor the division between holders of the cyclic view and holders of the one-way view of time. Despite of the original Western religious one way concept, the cyclic aspect of time has , this article maintains, gained adherents. With the Greeks the alternating between love and strife (our Ying & Yang) opposing the denial of motion and plurality suggested the flow of time as the essence of reality. Christian one-way thinking is thereto recognized as apocalyptic leading to crisis and collapse also described in modern social theory. Modern scientific concepts are described as making systems remaining constant through time, leading to another kind of metaphysics.

*Time for Sex. by A.A. How does time relate to sex? It is a simple question that takes some time to answer properly. This article tries to formulate the basics of modern sexuality in the reality of our 'New Time'.

* The essence of spirituality. BY A.A. . This article revises the concept of spirituality against the light of ancient vedic values at the one hand and modern natural science at the other hand. It concludes wellwishing that this definition according to true time, loyalty to the celibate, economic austerity and vegetarian compassion contributes to the interest of bringing more personal happiness in the fist place and will also offer a broader perspective to a future world order.

Impatient Pendulum by D. H. (Long Now Foundation)): Some thoughts about the reality of modern timing: the author complains of having lost his bearings with the traditional order and dreams of a clock that defines the Now connecting the motions of celestial bodies to mundane calendars.

The Spectrum of consciousness: Integral psychology and the Perennial Philosophy. Chapter 1 from: The Eye of The Spirit By K.W. . This article describes the so called Human Consciousness Project, a "master template" of the various stages, structures, and states of consciousness reflecting the "Perennial Philosophy" of mankind consisting of variations of the world's great wisdom traditions. (compare: "The Game of Order"). To the possible corruption of this 'holarchy' the author suggests not getting rid of holarchy per se, but arresting (and integrating) their arrogant 'holons' to overcome the historic and collective derailment in our modern psychology.

*Temporal Deterministic Dualism, or the return of God in the social sciences. By C. This article describes the foundations, reality, fears and implementation of a new dualism of time-management in the post-modern era.

*Alien Frequencies and AIDS. By R.M This article stresses the importance of being alert to the themes of the cinema that constitute analytic material like in dreams as warning signals to -in this article- an absence of relativity in our respect of time. The fear of alien frequencies and the hiv-virus is discussed to an example of an s.f. movie.

*Religious Time By A.A. This article describes how the different concepts of religious time can be understood and combined into a unified and integrated concept of world-time in contrast with the timelessness of the modern informationculture.

A Walk Through Time - This article describes the history of time-keeping from the perspective of arriving at a reliable clock. By NIST , National Institute of Standards and Technology, the keepers of atomic time.

Worldbook on Time &Calendars: a brief historical overview of the different timecalender-systems of the different worldcultures. ( Worldbook is a multimedia encyplopedia).

Times of our Lives A sociological exploration on the subject of Time with the thesis that most of the times of our lives have a cyclical quality.This two-part lengthy article takes the reader just about everywhere, from circadian rhythms to the implications of historical ignorance. Taken from Professor M. C. K.'s "A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace" Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Trinity University,Texas.

Cultural Studies as Geisteswissenschaften? Time, Objectivity, and the Future of Social Science by R. E. L. This article discusses the importance of the cultural studies as a discipline of the personalistic interst and the historical aspect of time necessary as a counterweigth to the impersonalistic and non-historical view of time of the natural sciences . It urges to understand the social sciences as equally objective and of life-important relevance to our kowledge of the past and control over over the future..

Apollo and Dionysus: From Warfare to Assimilation in The Birth of Tragedy and Beyond Good and Evil. BY B.B. 'Accepting and transforming Apollo's essential weapon, Dionysus is able to say through the philosopher - and which mask he wears, we cannot say - : "with so tense a bow we can now shoot for the most distant goals."

*The Filognostic Manifesto (ook in 't Nederlands: Het Filognostisch Manifest) offers an elaborate exposition of the policy and views of The Order of Time; subtitle: Work and unemployment, written by R.M.. This article deals with the subject of war and peace. It dicusses a small history of the values of liberation and the meaning of reference, action and political management in relation to work and unemployment. It begins with the question what work would be if the purpose of action is peace and ends with the realization that for the sake of world order and world peace a system of formal liberation for work and employment can be derived from a psychologically balanced, scientifically holistic and politically responsible option of a as good as religious respect for the differences of cultural time-management in the world. It answers the fundamental questions of war and peace expounding on issues of history, reference, action and political management in the first section and issues of leadership, obligation, practice and protection in the second section.

*About Guru's and their teaching. ( By A.A.). This article critically surveys the value of eastern guru's and their teachings in western society.

Time.(by: G. J. W. Imperial College of Science and Technology).This article stresses the importance of observer dependent timing as a consequence of the modern revision of the concept of time.

Cybertime, Cyberspace and Cyberlaw by M.E.K.: "Cybertime does not remove or replace clocktime; yet it too may place a novel set of interactions with time on top of a temporal model that we assume is part of the fixed natural order, rather than a changeable culture." par 26. This article links the concept of time to the concept of law and proposes a serious concern about the possible consequences of cybertime.

How to Build a Flying Saucer After So Many Amateurs Have Failed by T. B. P. , is set up threefold: first there is an explanation about how flying saucers are supposed to work. Second there is an article about the historical antecedent of this insight concerning experiments on electromagnetic field lift and drive technology. Thirdly there is a post script of The Order that reminds the reader of some basic conditions and considerations needed to take this all seriously.

An Integral Theory of Consciousness by K. W.

* A Small Philosophy of Association by: A.M (psychologist/webmaster) One can unite in the private sphere with a marriage, to a job with a contract of labor, in the political with a political party and in the spirit with a religion. But what exactly would the philosophy of all that association be? How are all those associations themselves there as one culture, what holds us back and confuses us in finding association and would there be something like a general order of association? Or what would in association be the interest of the personal in opposition with the impersonal, what standards and values are we talking about, what is the theory and what is the practice? How does it all cohere and how is that converted into politics? This argument offers a short coherent view, a philosophy of association as a solution for this complex problem.

*"The Dream" on the birth of the Cakra Tempometer by T.H.E. Servant.


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2) Charter of Order

The charter of order is a document delivered by a known philosopher identified with the intials R.D. It constitutes the basics of the method that founded The Order. The piece is called: 'About Doubt, Division, Complexity and Completeness'.