Friday, December 23, 2011

A Study of the Divine - Highlight Version

Welcome to our highlights version of the latest Thinking with Somebody Else's Head program, A Study of the Divine. A perfect answer to the annual debate about how we can be true to the spirit of Christmas. Here, in the midst of the running about, a reminder of that true spirit.

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A Study of the Divine

Another Christmas season is upon us, and with it the annual debate in the hearts of the pensive: how to tap in to the true spirit of the time and not just get caught up in the shopping and seasonal festivities? This latter position firmly in the lead judging by the mad scramble for mall parking and the expanded line-ups at liquor store checkouts.

And since there is so much attention given in all the normal channels to this economic and convivial perspective, let me fill a gap by taking a stand for the true spirit of Christmas.

For the story, rich in lore and wonder and marvellous mystery, is a beautiful one that, even though largely ignored 11 1/2 months of the year, finally and necessarily demands to be heard and reflected upon. It is a time when we who feel this can venture forth our thoughts and feelings about this most sacred of times, and contemplate the mystical story that lies at the base of our December celebrations.

A Study of the Divine, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Working for Ourselves - Highlights

“Get a job!” was the sarcastic advice hurled at the hippies back when I was a kid. Now the 1% are throwing out the same phrase at the protestors in the Occupy Movement.

Well, for sure work is necessary for the liberation of the people … just not the kind of work the 1% are talking about. The Trilogical enterprises developed by Analytical Trilogy in the 1980s in New York City are dynamic solutions to the economic crisis.

Our Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head radio program this week is Working for Ourselves. 

Monday, December 19, 2011

Working for Ourselves

"Get a job!" was a common insult hurled at the hippies back when I was a kid. I remember a few of them homesteading in the woods off the dirt road to my favorite swimming hole on Vancouver Island. I remember the homegrown vegetable gardens and the hastily assembled log cabins and the pungent odor of their strange cigarettes.

I wouldn't pay much attention if I was alone beyond noticing you could barely see their eyes under all that head and facial hair. But if my father was with me ... well, then I'd hear a few lectures on the long, windy drive back home. The values of work, the satisfaction of a job well done, the "I had to walk 5 miles to school - both ways" speech that all parents at that time seemed to pull out of their back pockets at times like these.

I appreciated my father's point actually ... especially as I got older. But I sympathized with the rebels, too.

But now I'm noticing the same "Get a job!" catchphrase going out from Wall St. to all the OWS occupiers. For sure, work is needed for the liberation of the people. But not the work the 1% is thinking we need.

Working for Ourselves, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Occupy the Media - Highlight Version

I was thinking that we're all pretty busy these days, and maybe you feel like there's not enough time to listen to a full Podcast. So ... here's a highlights version. Every week, I'll take one of the key points from our full program, and publish here for you who are busy. It's perfect for sending to your contact list, posting on your Facebook page, spreading out through your social media. Join us in getting the word out about Norberto Keppe's essential and important work!

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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Occupy the Media

There was a recent Occupy placard held aloft by a protester that caught my eye: "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" it said. And I thought, that's captured one of the key problems in our world today. There is so much corporate ownership of the media that it seems pretty inevitable that they would be pretty firmly on the side of the status quo.

This is not to denigrate the efforts of responsible and courageous journalists the world over, of course, who are fighting to expose the corruption of the systems where they live, but in most cases, our media only report news that favors those in power.

It's high time we held our media to some higher standards than just giving us what they think we want. They have a responsibility, after all, to defend the people's interests, and we are remiss in not demanding that of them.

So ... occupy the media is what we say. And what we'll explore on our Thinking with Somebody Else's Head program today.

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Wednesday, December 07, 2011

The Wisdom Inside Us

One of the things that gives me solace when looking at all the really horrible manipulation and cruelty of our modern day society is that the perpetrators of these evil deeds will have their comeuppance.

How all that works is the subject of our show today. Through near death experiences, everyday guilt feelings and spiritual teachings, we can see that our lives have a purpose, and that purpose cannot be fulfilled unless we're prepared to live from a commitment to goodness, truth and beauty. And in our inverted world of flexible morals where good is relative and evil depends on the circumstances that's a challenge.

But evil is still evil and good is still good, and it all plays out inside us every time we do something. For that matter, there is much inside us that we don't have contact with as much as we should, and I hope our program today will fix that a little.

The Wisdom Inside Us, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Standing Up for Truth

One of the most relevant themes we're focused on here in Brazil these days is the exploding movement for freedom reverberating around the world. Martin Luther King stated that freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.

Isn't it this demand that is echoing through all these diverse societies these days? And the oppressors, to echo King's language, are not giving up easily, as is being witnessed by Occupy activists everywhere.

Dr. King, though, I don't think really understood why it has always been that way. What causes the oppressor to cling so tenaciously to power is not well understood or broadcast, and needs to be. Norberto Keppe's science of Analytical Trilogy does that.

But the other side of the coin is that to be a fighter against the barbed wired of oppression takes some cojones. And it is this courage that must be summoned from deep inside us if we're to vanquish injustice once and for all.

Standing up for Truth, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Friday, November 11, 2011

Liberation from Socio-Economic Power

As I watch the gathering force of the #Occupy and Liberation of the People movements worldwide, I've been considering the impact of power in human life. Lincold talked about how you could test a man's character by giving him power, and we can all use that to slag the visible power brokers that stalk the halls of power. These are the front men and women, the mouthpieces for the New World Order.

But I have been reflecting on how to bring the light to bear on the power behind the throne - for this is certainly the most urgent need.

Eisenhower warned us about the acquisition of unwarranted influence by the military-industrial complex back in the '50s, and this was prescient. But many other of the more ethical front men in history have warned us about a scarier and more dangerous power - financial control by the private banks.

In fact, Rothschild, perhaps the biggest financial manipulator of them all, once clarified it for us: "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes its laws," he said. Chilling stuff for any who understand Norberto Keppe's analysis of the pathology of power.

Liberating ourselves from socio-economic power, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Pathway to a New Society

We have some essential consciousness on our program today about what's necessary to create a true society. Something idealists have strived to create for centuries, with little success.

Orwell was rather skeptical about the human creature. "No advance in wealth, no softening of manners, no reform or revolution has ever brought human equality a millimeter nearer," he stated. And there are 2 points to say about that. One is that he is suggesting something about the inner struggle of man. We're born for happiness, but reject it at every turn. This is an issue of human psychology, which we discuss frequently on our show.

But there is a perverse power structure in control, too, which dominates us because the sickest people are there. This is a sociopathological view, and an understanding of both these aspects can be had through Norberto Keppe's science of psycho-socio pathology called Analytical Trilogy.

This is the essential scientific underpinning that the Occupy movements need to have urgently if they're to be successful in effecting change. And yet, it's a scientific viewpoint that's been denied humanity because the powerful haven't liked what Keppe explores in his books. Especially in his Liberation of the People, the first study of the psycho-social pathology of people with power, psychotics who are impeding human development and destroying society. If we don't stop them immediately, we will witness the rapid demise of civilization.

This is what we'll get into today on our program.

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Friday, October 21, 2011

Analytical Trilogy and #Occupy Wall St.

Fresh from the march in support of #Occupy Wall St. that occurred down here in São Paulo on Oct. 15, 2011, I have some things to add to the movement. There are protests happening in many cities in North America and Europe, and of course, the Arab Spring continues. Even totally censored China has activists plying the social networks to build support for their causes.

So, things are changing. And all this is welcome. We human beings that make up the 99%, and even some in the 1%, are waking up to the very disagreeable social situation and saying, "Hey wait a minute. This sucks!"

But I'm struck as I follow all this that now more than ever we need an orientation that goes beyond party politics and personal agendas and really gets us to the root causes of this mess. And then lays out a game plan for how to change things. Once and for all.

I have been living and broadcasting and teaching from the International Society of Analytical Trilogy for 10 years now, and become conscious every day of how the science Norberto Keppe has elaborated can help us in this struggle for our freedom. And I'd like to apply that science to the #Occupy Wall St. movement today on our program.

Analytical Trilogy and #Occupy Wall St., today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Monday, October 10, 2011

Science for Revolutionaries

We are living in interesting times. Perhaps revolutionary times. The Arab Spring, Occupy Wall St., the scheduled Oct. 15 global protests. Is it possible we the people are waking from our long hibernation? Are we really saying "enough is enough" collectively?

This can give us hope as we analyze facts like 46% or our tax dollars here in Brazil going to pay interest on bank loans when this developing country's infrastructure needs are so great. This can help us to resonate with the fight of the 99% against the 1%, that powerful statistic from Michael Moore's documentary critique of capitalism.

But we should be cautiously wary as well because we have ample experience of how the naivete of popular protest can lead to an illusion of change while the power remains untouched. This is perhaps most urgent here: we need a clear vision of what's gone wrong at the roots if we're to fix it. We'd like to offer something in that spirit today.

Nothing gives us this vision as well as Norberto Keppe's science of Analytical Trilogy. It's an amazing science for revolutionaries, and we'll explore that today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Consciousness for a Conscious Planet

A conscious planet ... wow, is that ever needed right now. I know many people are feeling that something's just not right in our world today, but don't know how to characterize this general malaise they feel any more than that. Our program is trying to address that ... indeed, Dr. Norberto Keppe's science of Analytical Trilogy has been shedding the light on what's gone so wrong for over 50 years now. Either we're slow learners, or we've really been avoiding the consciousness he brings.

So, no more avoiding. Understanding how humanity painted itself so tightly into this corner is here in our program today, along with some hope for a way out. Or at the very least, how to cope with the difficulties and offer a hand out to those in more serious need.

First in our program today, Susan Berkley with some thoughts on modern Judaism here shortly after the Jewish New Year, along with some thoughts on the Occupy Wall Street protest movement. Then Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco with her perspectives from a lifetime career as a psychoanalyst on what's gone so wrong, and how to fix it.

Consciousness for a Conscious Planet, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Saturday, September 24, 2011

A Call to a Life of Goodness, Truth and Beauty

On our program originating from the International Society of Analytical Trilogy in São Paulo, Brazil, we dig in every week to offer you our analysis of the world we live in. And especially we look at how we've gotten so off track - particularly over the past century.

This is not always comfortable consciousness we bring. It's a little harrowing to hear about the pit we've dug ourselves into. But we are hardly the first to shine the light on the decadence all around us. In 1917, three young Portuguese shepherds were visited over the course of 6 months by an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She, also, did not bring comforting news. What she did bring was a clear vision of what was going on in the world and what was required of us if we wanted to survive it.

And I think we would do well to heed her advice to humble ourselves and change our ways. And trust that goodness will triumph. We'll explore all of this today on our program. A Call to a Life of Goodness, Truth and Beauty, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Consciousness to Transform Society

I showed Charles Ferguson’s Inside Job documentary to some friends on the weekend. And watched their heads nod knowingly. These are pretty astute analysts down here of the social situation. They’re students and teachers with me of Dr. Norberto Keppe’s scientific studies into the psycho-social causes of our life-threatening problems on the planet. They were not surprised at the facts really, but they were very impressed at how Ferguson put all the complexity into a coherent package. This is well done.

Down here in Brazil, we receive the TNT channel in our cable TV package, and I’m flabbergasted at how many times the Harry Potter or Jason Bourne blockbusters are run. They repeat constantly. I think Inside Job should be on that kind of rotation.

But I also think Dr. Keppe’s TV shows should get more airing, too. Not sure if you even knew about his TV shows, but we have a number of excerpts on our site for you to see really remarkable new media. With considerable philosophical, theological and scientific teeth. Because in all the brilliance displayed in Inside Job, I still think it suffers from a lack of understanding of the science of psycho-socio pathology that Keppe brings. I feel most social activism falls into this trap actually. And this is the science we expose in our show. We’ll do that again today.

Consciousness to Transform Society, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Illuminating the Causes of the Economic Meltdown

The crisis has been blamed on mortgage malpractice, on poor or non-existent regulation, on greed for banking bonuses that causes risky lending to be conducted. And it seems clear that all of this is implicated in the current economic meltdown being led by the U.S. Regulators want to blame Wall St., Wall St. wants to blame the regulators, apologists for the Bilderbergers, Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission even point to the Baby Boomers as the cause.

And all of this just muddies the waters.

You listen to the pundits and the debaters and the talk show blowhards and cable TV comedians and end up believing in whichever espouses the economic or political philosophy you already adhere to. And nothing changes. You just wind up feeling that you don't really know anything, no matter how informed you are.

Well, to begin with, there's been a systematic effort over many decades to eliminate the regulations put in place in the 1930s to stop the kind of financial sector gluttony and greed that got us in trouble in 1929, and is repeating itself again now. This is not being understood. We get almost no historical context to explain what's going on ... and so we don't solve the fundamental causes of the problems.

We'll try to shed some light on the causes today on our program, with a panel discussion with a number of Americans linked to Norberto Keppe's science of Analytical Trilogy so we can try to understand, once and for all, what's really going on. And what we can do about it.

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Lessons from Norway

We are a program about thinking, of course, but also a program about acting, about contributing to a better society. It's our contention at the International Society of Analytical Trilogy in Brazil that if we understand the benefits of good action, we would all be more inclined toward it.

But perhaps we've forgotten that tenet of society, that do unto others creed that earlier generations grew up with. I'm not sure when it happened exactly, but somewhere along the way, being good got a bad rap. It became cool to not care, to look after number one only. Maybe we threw the goodness baby out with the bath water when we were marching for revolution in the '60s and trying to undo everything our forefathers had erected, but in doing that, we tuned out on some good stuff, too ... not just the insanity of war.

It's fundamental to our society to do good. But it's also essential to our sanity. And with the horror of Norway reverberating throughout Europe and the world, it's timely to remember that we have contributed to this very destructive world in more concrete ways than we maybe wish to consider. We'll look at that today on our program.

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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Waking up the the Cause of Crisis

We live in a world dominated by the pathology of power. And we’re totally ingenuous about that. But ignorance of corruption is no excuse, and our silent acquiescence is a form of condoning it.

Norberto Keppe’s work of Analytical Trilogy has made enormous strides in giving us the tools to analyze the powerful behind the creation of the most unjust society in history – today’s – and that’s why his work has been so attacked by media and political figures alike. But the work is still there, albeit out of the mainstream, and available to help you understand the world we live in, and how we’ve gotten so off track.

We’ll explore the genesis of Keppe’s study into sociopathology and offer a searing critique of the media that keeps us asleep today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Living a Life of Value

The poet, William Ross Wallace, but it well: "Every man dies, but not every man really lives," he said. And that should give us pause here in our hectic, commercialized and materialistic world.

Are we really living? And what does that mean anyway?

A couple of questions there that don’t have easy answers. Which is maybe why we avoid them so arduously by distracting ourselves with happy hours and blockbusters and diverse entertainments. There is so much energy spent on just surviving that I’d like to step back from today to consider life in a deeper way. Living a Life of Value, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Friday, July 01, 2011

Decay in the Land of Plenty

We are living in the best of times for social activism. Norberto Keppe’s science of Analytical Trilogy contains priceless perspectives on any number of important themes for all concerned citizens. And knowing this puts us in a much better position to work for change. Without his science, we end up just criticizing, or worse, replacing corrupt systems and people with even worse situations because we didn’t understand more deeply what was going on – as happened with the French Revolution where the nobility was replaced by the even worse financial/economic power structure.

As Keppe writes, “Our task today is to disinvert the position of humanity, which is now at the service of the individual interests of a few thousand people, meaning that the rest of us cannot work for our own benefit. We’ve organized a senseless social system within which we’re all forced to live. From the time we’re born, we are confined in an inhuman social framework that increases our psychological tension to the extreme.”

With the perspectives brought by Analytical Trilogy, it is now possible once and for all to put a stop to the powerful and begin living in harmony with what we are in essence.

Today, we’ll look at all of that by considering the decay that lurks in the land of plenty.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Eliminating Faith and Truth: The Failure of Psychological Science

“Our earth is degenerate in these latter days. Bribery and corruption are common and there are signs the world is speedily coming to an end.” The latest doomsday prognostication from the Mayans? Not exactly. A statement allegedly lifted from an Assyrian tablet dated 2800 B.C.

It’s clear mankind has been on the wrong path for some time, but what specifically are the steps we’ve taken off the straight and narrow? At least some of the blame can be laid at the feet of Freud and Marx and other schools of psychology. Professor Karl Jaspers, arguably humanity’s greatest psychological scientist, said that some psychologies and sociologies have performed perversions in society and exerted devastating power.

Let’s look at how these ideas have helped us corrupt our planet and ourselves. Eliminating Faith and Truth: the Failure of Psychological Science, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Corruption: It's Not Just Out There Anymore

Corruption. Some government official with his hand out or a doctor accepting an all expenses paid fishing trip in exchange for promoting new pharmaceuticals, or a baseball player betting on his own team. It’s part of doing business in some countries, and whispers of it are always present wherever big events, like the Olympics and the World Cup, are held.

But corruption is not reserved only for corporate boardrooms or secret meetings of the world’s power brokers – although it’s certainly in abundance there. It’s also inside all of us who corrupt ourselves without knowing how, or why. We’ll look at corruption in all its forms today, on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

Liberation of the People: Going Beyond Materialism, Power and Media Manipulation

It was Jefferson who first realized the necessity of a free press in America. “Media is the best instrument for enlightening the mind of man, and improving him as a rational, moral and social being,” he said eloquently. Prominent journalist, Bill Moyers, has suggested that there’s nothing more important for a democracy than ensuring an independent and free media.

The loss of this, then, is of great concern to any who seek to live in freedom. Media has become at best a kind of sideshow and at worst, completely irrelevant, because it doesn’t tell us what’s going on. We’ll look at that and consider the implications of this for the liberation of the people, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Monday, June 06, 2011

Romance, Ideals and Transcendence: Living a Meaningful Life

We have become inured to the huge levels of injustice and corruption perpetrated by our political/economic system today, and this needs to change. The current disturbing levels of apathy appear to be the reason for the success of Stéphane Hessel's Cry Out! - a French publishing phenomenon. This 13-page pamphlet encourages youth to recapture the French spirit of resistance by rejecting the "insolent, selfish" power of money and markets and by defending the social "values of modern democracy."
Norberto Keppe's, Liberation of the People, written the the mid 1980s, offered a call to all idealists, all who believe in goodness, truth and beauty, to unite so a new society could be built, the Kingdom of Man on Earth. Keppe foreshadowed Hessel's admonitions, and he goes deeper, too, explaining how we got so off track and offering concrete solutions to fix things. We explore how that's more than idealism and actually approaches true romance, today on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head.
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Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Sex, Lies and Real Deadly Sins

The feeding frenzy arising from the charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn stimulate analysis. How we in the public rise up in collective indignation at suggestions of sexual impropriety while hardly looking up from our breakfast cereal at revelations of the lies that pushed us to war! Not to diminish the charges in any way, but there's more going on here than first glance would tell us. Deeper explanations are needed ... and fast.
Especially when we consider Strauss-Kahn's prominent role in criticizing the global financial system while moving to reduce the importance of the dollar in IMF negotiations. How to look at this terrible situation with consciousness, humility and even wisdom? We'll conduct an Analytical Trilogy psycho-socio analysis of the DSK affair, and consider what real malfeasance goes on around us all the time unnoticed and even supported.
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Monday, May 23, 2011

The Science of Transcendence

What is the true nature of man? Is it good, beautiful and true? Or a mix of those elements with corruption and evil?
That question strikes deep to the issue philosophers have struggled to answer for centuries. Today, we are very fortunate to have some conclusions on the subject, originating from Norberto Keppe's school of Analytical Trilogy.
And the conclusions reached at Keppe's scientific society allow us to look with new eyes on transcendence, psychic phenomena, death and human meaning. All of which we'll do on our program today.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Truth and Reconciliation, Analytical Trilogy Style

Bin Laden's death. A major victory by the good guys over the bad guys? Or an inverted celebration based on a false sense of unity? We make a strong argument for the latter this week on Thinking with Somebody Else's Head. You see, when the celebration fades away, the real problems will appear again. The economy, the growing gap between the poor and the extremely rich, the scandalous profits made by pharmaceutical companies that poison us with unnecessary medicines, the millions in drug cartel money laundered by the U.S. banking system ... those are the real dangers facing America, not some obscure Al Qaeda terrorist network hiding in the mountains of Afghanistan.
And these real problems we're not addressing. There are enormous dangers of using outside scapegoats to mask our deep societal problems, and we'll explore all that on this week's program with Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Making Great Theatre: The Royals, Bin Laden and Pseudo Reality

Billions watching on TV. Carriages, choirs, cheering spectators. Followed by late night assassinations, mysterious burials at sea, celebrations like Super Bowl Victory parties.

We’ll bring some sense to the madness this week on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head. Bin Laden, the Royal Wedding, can there be any sanity to be found here? For sure, and along the way a healthy dose of reality.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Rekindling a Social Conscience

You might not know firsthand the social conscience displayed by the artists of the ‘60s, and the social and civil rights activists from the ‘50s. But it was a powerful thing.

There was a real spirit of change moving back then, and the answer did seem to be blowing in the wind. The spirit wavered there bravely for a time, but then got lost in the drugs and greed and the “me” generation.

And always, the spectre of the pathology of power was there, attacking the protesters on campus sit ins and submitting a generation of idealistic youth to the horror of Vietnam and the mindless menace of violence and nuclear obliteration.

What happened to our activism, and can it be recuperated? Through the science of Analytical Trilogy elaborated by Norberto Keppe, let’s try to rekindle a social conscience today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Monday, April 18, 2011

The Evil Man Does: Going Behind the Curtains of Power

It is extremely important to perceive that the established powers have been organized to control the will of the people, paralyzing their capacity to act. In fact, there is ample evidence that the socio-economic power in charge today holds back the development of humankind.

But most critics (and there are many, including many excellent ones) can’t connect the dots to give us a complete analysis of it because they’re lacking the understanding of the science of psycho-socio pathology. Which is exactly what we bring every week on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

In spite of being attacked relentlessly by the powerful because the powerful know that if his work gets into the world, they lose their hold on power, Norberto Keppe has been resolute in his condemnation of the pathology of power. We’ll go deeply behind the curtains of power to expose all that on today’s show.

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Monday, April 11, 2011

Depression and Society

Here’s a wild thought: it’s our socio-economic structure that is causing most of our distress and misery today. We’ll even go a little further: it leading us into mental and physical illness. After all, human beings cannot live in balance if society is out of balance.

The dynamics between the individual’s internal problems and the resultant social difficulties has rarely been studied … and never with the clarity and vision we’ll introduce today. Stress as a consequence of social sickness, led by the most unbalanced individuals in our society today – our leaders – and what we need to do to improve it.

Depression and Society. Provocative stuff today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Monday, April 04, 2011

The Terrible Downside to War

We’re spending thousands of dollars per second. We’re disrupting the lives of millions of people. We’re damaging our soldiers and our own citizens. And we’re not reducing terrorism one smidgen.

And that’s not the worst news. In the 21st Century, we’re still trying to resolve disagreements in medieval ways. And this is having a terrible impact on our First World societies.

Join Richard Lloyd Jones and Gilbert Gambucci for an exploration of the terrible downside to war this week on our program.

We’ll also hear in our first segment about the mistakes made in the Secret and what it truly means to be connected to an abundant source. All that today, on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Society on the Couch

Drug dealers, prostitutes, terrorists, assassins. These are all aspects of society we have to deal with in our modern world. But not only in the external population. No, there are many of those personalities in power today. And they use the police and military to squash dissent in all of the myriad and horrible ways we’ve seen in the 20th century.

Let’s bring the precise lens of psycho-socio pathology brought by Norberto Keppe’s science of Analytical Trilogy to the subject today. We’ll analyze Society on the Couch through Keppe’s astounding book, The Psychoanalysis of Society, and also consider the inequality in economics and how it creates such social injustice.

All that and more on this week’s installment of Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Analytical Trilogy - Going Beyond Pseudo Solutions

The Tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan, the rising up in the Arab world, Haiti, the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, another war … this is all showing much more than human tragedy and environmental devastation. What it’s showing us is that our way of behaving on the planet, even our lauded scientific philosophy itself, has led us not to the promised land of abundance and happiness, but to the brink of disaster. We are seeing the inevitable results of an inverted worldview.

This is much discussed and understood in the science of Analytical Trilogy – but discussed far less than it should be in the world at large.

Let’s explore beyond pseudo solutions on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head today.

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Modern Science in Crisis

Any critique of modern science hits up against a formidable wall of skepticism and blind loyalty to the dogma that characterizes the scientific world view today.

That won’t stop us from attempting the task, however.

Because something changed in science. Although scientists today are generally against any idea of a transcendental reality, it wasn’t always like that. For centuries, the greatest geniuses considered the ultimate creative force of God fundamental to understanding of anything.

And then, it all changed. Let’s explore that change, and show how modern scientific dogma has led us to a blind alley that we won’t be able to escape from without reuniting science with theology and philosophy – which is exactly what Norberto Keppe’s Analytical Trilogy does.

Within this critique will also be some fundamental knowledge about the human psyche and its contribution to our problems, and the hopeful possibilities emerging from the Keppe Motor.

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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Women - and Men - on the Couch: A Trilogical Analysis of Relationships

Knowing what’s going on inside the heads of human beings is obligatory for everybody, whether we’re speaking about life in general or about any profession you might have.

And why is this so fundamental? Because there are so many twists and turns in human relationships, in work, in all professions, in life, that if you don’t understand what’s going on between people’s ears, you will never be able to truly succeed in your life.

And knowing what’s going on in women’s psychopathology has seldom been well analyzed, and our society suffers as a result. We’ll dive deeply into what’s going on in women’s heads today with one of the foremost experts on women and their role in society’s destruction, Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco. That's today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

A Trilogical History of Religious Society

Ethics? Principles? Doing unto others? When did they become so old fashioned?

Nowadays we live in a world almost totally dominated by greed, getting something for nothing, and exploitation. Our premise today is that this goes directly against the foundations of our civilization, and our human essence. That’s serious stuff. Law and legislation are totally inadequate for forming a good society. We need the ancient values brought by all the world's great religions.

Join Richard Lloyd Jones and Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco on a journey through the Trilogical History of Religion and Society today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Living in a Universe of Spirits - Analytical Trilogy's Scientific Theology

There is a deep thirst inside us all for understanding of the most important part of the being – the metaphysical aspect. It is exactly this that differentiates us from animals, and if we do not consider our spiritual aspect, we are actually mutilating our understanding of ourselves.

But how to make heads or tails of spirituality, buried as it sometimes is under so many layers of dogma and fable? By looking at the universe of the spirits scientifically, which we’ll do today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

The Persecution of Truth: the Attacks Against Norberto Keppe

Norberto Keppe was well established in the U.S. in the 1980s. And his science of Analytical Trilogy was having a big effect – which the powerful didn’t like all that much.

Meaning that Keppe and his team of researchers were attacked relentlessly – especially when it became clear that Keppe was touching a sensitive nerve and making a lot of people conscious of the pathology of power and how it was leading America to ruin. Didn’t get Keppe too many invites to State Department soirees back then. And this was extremely unfortunate. If we had listened to Keppe back then – if we’d been given the chance to listen to him – things would be very different in America today.

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Tuesday, February 08, 2011

How the Mind Influences Nature

Science has become tragically compartmentalized. A bacteriologist has little knowledge of what an endocrinologist does, much less does a paleontologist understand anything of molecular chemistry. And although all of it may be Greek to us, there is a synthesis in science that comes from disinverting the basis of the scientific disciplines.

Norberto Keppe’s work of Analytical Trilogy has accomplished that Herculean feat, and we are the lucky beneficiaries. Science that makes sense today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, and along the way, a consideration of good and evil, what’s happening in the Arab world, and how our minds influence nature – beautifully explained as always by Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco and Richard Lloyd Jones.

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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Energetic Pollution: Destroying Nature and Our DNA

We have a tremendous power inside our minds, but our inverted sense of values causes us to act against goodness all the time. Imagine the collective force of 7 billion people expressing their frustration, anger, arrogance and envy! That’s big energetic pollution, and it is the root cause of the destruction of our planet today. Our external pollution and poisoning is a direct reflection of that. This is the fundamental focus of Norberto Keppe’s science of Analytical Trilogy, beautifully explained today by Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco. Join the discussion. Comments welcome at

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Man’s Inverted Desire To Be a “god”

Dec. 1, 2010

We go deep to the source of humanity’s problems on our show today, which we can do thanks to the science of Norberto Keppe, who is a master of human psycho and socio pathology. Join host Richard Lloyd Jones and special guest, Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco in an expansive and thrilling discussion that looks at how the desire to be like gods manifests in every area from politics and business to the spiritual world. We’ll also have a special report from the field with Gilbert Gambucci discussing the true basis of civilization.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Pathology of Power, Inverted Economics and Good Business

The core of the psycho-social problems of the age is under our microscope today. The pathological power structure and how it works against us, our deluded idea that war defends freedom, our psychotic economy – hot and essential topics. And the story of an American visitor to our International Society of Analytical Trilogy. Join the discussion. Comments welcome at
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Monday, January 24, 2011

The Modern Relevance of a Spiritual Life

Dec. 21, 2010

Spirituality. It’s what we should be in touch with this holiday season. But it seems we’re farther and farther away. In our predominantly materialistic/sensorial world, is it even relevant to be spiritual? We think yes. Never more so. Listen in now to Richard’s conversation with Dr. Claudia Pacheco.

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The Will, Freedom and True Reality

Dec. 7, 2010

Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco joins us today for a profound exploration of the nature of life, how far we’ve strayed from it and what that distance means for human intelligence and culture. A poetic discussion that finds time along the way to consider the inverted human will, airport security gone mad, and how the Japanese are using Mozart to ripen bananas.

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Beyond Materialism - A Scientific Look at Christmas

December 15th, 2010

Materialism. A worse condition than drug addiction, says Norberto Keppe. Powerful stuff today as we take a scientific look at the true meaning of the season, and our terrible corruption of it … and along the way, re-capture the missing spirit of Christmas.

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The Modern Relevance of God – an Analytical Trilogy Perspective

December 22, 2010
The Great Spirit. Jahweh. Jehovah. The Almighty. God. Whatever name He goes by, He’s been honoured and worshipped by the greatest human beings in history. Only in our modern times have we systematically acted to remove the Creator of the universe – and of ourselves – from our human institutions. At great damage to ourselves.

Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, our Christmas show, the Modern Relevance of God.

Well, it’s a beautiful topic today because it speaks to something deep in all of us – even if we don’t acknowledge it. The sense of meaning we all look for and have such difficulties finding in our modern philosophy. God is largely out of the picture in human affairs today, and we’ve removed Him at great expense to our collective well being.

The modern scientists and thinkers have elaborated theories that try to explain existence and all the magnificence and immensity of the universe in materialistic ways, as not needing the “Immovable Mover”, as Aristotle called Him. And the pathological powerful who often held the reins of the churches have contributed to the modern day aversion to God as well. After all, who wants to consider a God who is intoned from high places as the bringer of pestilence and war and famine.

Those things have nothing to do with God but blaming Him for them marks an enormous projection into God of what we do. I am not talking about that vision of God at all, but of the infinitely beautiful and loving creator of all of this – and it’s this One we would like to talk about in our program today.

Just let me say one more thing before we begin. Buried in the release of all those diplomatic cables recently on the WikiLeaks site is some clear admissions from the U.S. Military and CIA that they are engaging in a series of actions designed to increase apathy among the world’s population so that leaders can ignore voters and a very nefarious agenda can be implemented.

I think this is linked with our loss of hope, and that means it’s all linked to our loss of contact with true spirituality and God. So here at Christmastime 2010, let’s consider the modern relevance of God. After you’ve listened, if you have comments, I’d love to hear them:

Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco from Norberto Keppe’s International Society of Analytical Trilogy joins me. Keppe’s science allows us a deep perspective on all the important issues of human existence. And this one today is perhaps the most important.

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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Drugs, Mind Control and the Medicine of the Soul

A therapeutic show today on how to understand our distorted society – never more evident than after the shootings in Tucson – and how it’s led by the pathological economic power structure, especially looking at how they promote and use drugs in nefarious ways. Therapeutic because of the vital consciousness of this corruption brought by social scientist, Norberto Keppe. His perspective of what a true society would be is energizing. Plus a look at the medicine of the soul as well with Dr. Roberto Giraldo. Enjoy.

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