The eonic effect, world history, racism, slavery and the modern transition. – 1848+: The End(s) of History

The eonic effect is too much to take in all at once and needs a study plan and reading. The opinion here of academics et al who preside over the regime of Darwinism is not relevant. Break away from…

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