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  • How to Find Truth

    What is Truth?

    Simple. Constant. Free from contradiction. All-embracing. Omni-present. Accessible to all.


    All the above-mentioned attributes apply to it at all times.

    Many people these days tell you either there is no truth, truth is almost impossible to find, or

    there is only subjective truth.

    But there IS objective, unwavering Truth.


    First of all, Truth is WHAT IS.

    Everything that came into existence, that is existing in our material world, is true.


    Natural and universal law is truth.

    Gravitation, for example, works perfectly at all times. It is not personal, not emotional, or subject to change.

    It just is.


    The Measuring Stick to Find TRUTH

    Types of Information


    Objective information:

    • self-explanatory

    • self-proven

    • needs no explanation

    Such as:

    • objects, structures, functions, and means

    • natural laws

    Will be learned because it is true.


    Subjective information:

    • must be interpreted

    • needs explanation

    • needs proof

    • needs investigation

    Such as:

    • gestures, actions, words, pictures

    • studies, experiments, assumptions, observations, hypothesis

    • books, religions, theological ideas, philosophy

    Will only be learned or internalized if it is perceived as TRUTH.


    We can only ingest information if we think it‘s true.


    A lie can only be internalized if it is masked as truth. And that only works as long as the deceived person does not KNOW the TRUTH.

    So ... when it comes to subjective information, how do we go about that?

    Interpretation Methods of Truth

    Objective Methods

    • Laws of nature such as cause and effect, physical laws, etc.

    • Laws of humans such as structure, function, physical and mental needs

    Real belief aka knowledge is based on the unchanging, unwavering constant laws of nature.

    Like a measuring tape.


    Subjective Methods

    • language, grammar, culture

    • interpretations of scientists, experts, savants, gurus, religious leaders, psychologists, philosophers

    • opinions of role models, family members, friends, colleagues, influencers, etc.

    • your own opinion, intuition, instinct, gut feeling

    Blind belief is based on estimation, wishful thinking,

    projection, statistics, relationship dynamics, etc.


    But to find the truth objective means are necessary.

    Most of our science is based on transcription.

    In actual academics all students have to study books, theories, etc., have to transcribe,

    and need to prove those sources to be accepted.

    If they were wrong centuries ago we still base our knowledge on their interpretation.

    The biggest obstacle to learning is previous knowledge... let it go!