Generally, try to be interested in the things that seem remote to you and out of your reach. Why? because since it is difficult to pay attention to everything at once and figure out which information is principal – you develop an intuitive, subconscious sense that helps you get to what’s important first.
For example; if you are a beginner, go and buy two different “Guinness World Records” books with illustration, and start turn pages.
- Mark Christopher – Tricks & Traps of The Court
- The Game theory of John Nash
- Pablo Escobar and US authorities connection
- Who were the first assassins
- History of the arab brothel – Harem
- How women began to smoke (US)
- How Holodomor is a climate phenomena
- How Samurai convinced themselves in Zen
- Herodotus- How dice games were invented in the kingdom of Lydia,
during a time of famine.
- Paracelsus – The father of modern medicine
- Research the state of Bhutan
- Get familiar with “Stasi” in the movie “The Lives of Others” 2006
- Equivocation, Ambivalence = “Green Language”
- What are restaurants?
- Destruction of the Library of Alexandria
Mark Passio: Cosmic Abandonment
Lloyd Pye – Everything You Know Is Wrong: Human Origins
- The empire of the Khuzars
- Philip Zimbardo Research
- Cognitive Dissonance
The Diderot Effect
- Study the Kabbalah
- Operation Paperclip, MK-ULTRA.
- The Hare Psychopathy Checklist – “PCL-R”
- Cargo Cult
- Kolbrin Bible and 12 books forbidden by the Vatican
- Who was st. Valentine?
- Book of the Coming Forth by Day
- Bardo Thodol – Tibetan book of the dead
- Definition of “Conspiracy”
- Definition of “Public”