Monthly Archives: November 2012

UpComing Austin Meetings

Greetings Anomalists.

Monthly meetings for November and December 2012 are cancelled.

Happy Holidays!

See you all in January 2013.

– SMiles

Founder, Anomaly Archives

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Check out this UpComing Free INACS Event:

11/27/12: Consciousness and Society

 

Exploring the Evolutionary Transformation of Authority from Patriarchy to Individualism
Presented by Mark Sebesta, MSCE, PE
Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 6:30 p.m.
Austin Center for Spiritual Living
5555 N. Lamar Blvd., Ste. D-115 (map)
Free and open to the public

We will look at how an individual’s personality is influenced during childhood by his caregivers, and ultimately by our patriarchal society through identification, modeling, and shame. The patriarchal structure itself will be then be examined along with specific modes of influence in our society including politics, monetary policy, war, and media. We will look at the specific ways that are being used throughout the world to claim personal authority from the patriarchy, and transform ourselves and our society, in this period of evolutionary change.

The meeting will consist of Sebesta’s lecture interspersed with questions and comments from the audience. This topic is timely with society in turmoil and many of us looking for answers. The learned in this area espouse that a heightening of “consciousness awareness” and love is the answer.

The presentation will offer specific solutions including a shift toward matriarchy at the social level,  cultivation of conscious awareness and inner authority, building a support system, using one’s talents in cooparation with others, and focusing on sustainability.

Mark Sebesta grew up in Denver, Colorado, and attended the University of Colorado in Boulder,  where he received a BS and MS in Civil Engineering.  In 1993, he moved to The Woodlands, Texas, where he was introduced to the work of Carl Jung at the Jung Center in Houston.  He then moved to Austin in 1999 and served as president of the Jung Society of Austin for four years.  He has been a practicing engineer for 28 years. In 2003, he became interested in politics in the run up to the Iraq war and is currently exploring the connection between politics and consciousness.  Sebesta is also a petition signer and volunteer for Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth.

References
Bernays, Edward, Propaganda
Brown, Ellen, Web of Debt
Butler, General Smedley, War Is a Racket
Dieckmann, Hans, Authority
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Compensation
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Modern Money Mechanics
Kaufman, Gersen, Shame: The Power of Caring
Klein, Naomi, The Shock Doctrine:  The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
Levine, Peter, Waking the Tiger
Lewis v United States, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (www.justicia.com)
Mate, Gabor, PhD, Democracy Now! Interview
Miller, Alice, The Drama of the Gifted Child
Miller, Alice, The Truth Will Set You Free
Quigley, Carroll, Tragedy and Hope

Anomaly Archives eNews – September / October 2012

ANOMALY ARCHIVES eNEWSLETTER – September  / October 2012

Next Anomaly Archives Monthly Meetups would be the 4th Saturday in November, which is the weekend after Thanksgiving, and the 4th Saturday in December, which is the weekend before Christmas. Please RSVP ASAP ( contact @ anomaly archives dot org) whether you’d be able and interested to meet on those weekends. We will send out more updates on the meeting dates once we get enough replies to determine whether we will meet at those times.
 

UpComing AusTex Events

 

Video of Our September 2012  Event

Video of our recent “Free Lecture with Nick Redfern on The Pyramids and the Pentagon & The World’s Weirdest Places” is now availabe. Thanks to “Floyd Anderson” for videotaping, editing, and uploading the video to YouTube:

Nick Redfern’s The Pyramids and the Pentagon clearly and provocatively demonstrates that deep and dark conspiracies exist within the shadowy world of officialdom–conspiracies that have the ability to rock the foundations of civilization, religion, and history to their very core. The strange and amazing secrets of the past are just a heavily guarded government vault away.

 

Anomaly Archives October 27th, 2012 Meeting Review

On Saturday, October 27th, some Anomalists met at the Anomaly Archives lending library. We had several good discussions on a wide variety of topics:

 

Anomaly Archives September 23rd, 2012 Meeting Review

On Sunday, September 23rd, a dozen Anomalists met at the INACS-HQ within the main room which houses the over three thousand books that make up the Anomaly Archives lending library. We had several good discussions on a wide variety of topics:

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