Scientism is the mainstream, conventional, academic, dogma-based belief system fanatically professed within accredited universities and related institutes. It is emphatically not to be confused with fallacy-free Science.
Gravitational theory is false.
Evolution theory is false.
Continental drift does not exist.
The periodic table is unnatural.
Germ theory is false.
What is called sickness always comes from within and never from without. The functioning of the internal equilibrium maintenance system can be affected by, for example, an excess of toxins or harmful radiation, but there is no real remedy for this other than internal cleansing. The claim that healthy people should protect themselves from supposed germs is a pertinent lie, and so is the alleged existence of viruses. This was devised by those in power over the pharmaceutical industry, who, because of their mega profits, have manipulated both the healthcare sector and the governments. As a result, disease symptoms suppression has become one of the world’s largest and fastest growing industries. To push these profits up even further, their business model has increasingly encompassed forms of “illnesses”, including for example mental and emotional complaints. More than two thirds of mankind now takes pharmaceuticals on a daily basis. Today’s elderly have bulging medicine cabinets. And the general practitioners have become (corrupt) suppliers of medicine notes. Let us also not forget that they are paid very well to inject syringes full of toxins into their main target group, namely people with reduced natural health.
Phantasism includes all unfounded belief systems fanatically professed within organized religions and all their popular offshoots, commonly referred to collectively as ‘New Age’. It is emphatically not to be confused with fallacy-free Spirituality.
The heart is not the soul.
The first blooper by phantasism is treating the heart and the soul as synonyms. For instance, in the expression of putting our heart and soul in something, both are treated as one and the same, as both refer to the core and most essential part. However, heart and soul are not at the same level, and are therefore not the same!
The soul is not the spirit.
The second and even bigger blooper by phantasism is treating soul and spirit as synonyms. Popular “spirituality” (i.e. phantasism) is not at all about the spirit (as its popular designation suggests), but on the other hand much more about the soul. Both the spirit and the soul are then mistaken for the immortal part of any animate being. However, also the soul and the spirit are not at the same level, and are therefore not the same!
The spirit is not the mind.
The third blooper by phantasism is treating spirit and mind as synonyms. In everyday language, the word “spirit” refers to someone’s prevailing quality, mood, or attitude, which can also be seen as the result of someone’s mindset. Furthermore, the adjective ‘spirited’ refers to someone’s enthusiasm or passion, which is commonly associated with the heart. Similarly, in an animated adventure film from 2002 by DreamWorks, ‘Spirit’ is the name of a stallion of great vitality and liveliness. In fact, as none of the concepts of ‘heart’, ‘mind’, ‘soul’, and ‘spirit’ are well defined in everyday language, phantasism confuses them all.
No higher spatial dimensions exist.
Building on the unscientific theory of evolution, phantasists like to fantasize that humanity would evolve naturally into higher beings. To give shape to this fantasy, phantasism made up imaginary realities with more than three spatial dimensions. Reality as we perceive it with our senses is 3D, and on top of that phantasism simply postulated a 4D and a 5D reality. Beyond that, even higher “dimensions” would allegedly be possible, according to phantasism. The truth is that all of these “higher spatial dimensions” are nothing but fantasy by daydreamers.
No messiah will redeem chosen ones.
The five major organized religions all expect a future redemption by a divine savior or messiah named Maitreya (Buddhism), Kalki (Hinduism), Mashiach (Yehudism), Jesus Christ (Christianism), or Mahdi (Allahism). These religions also warn for a look-alike impostor. This false messiah is referred to as the Destroyer (the False Maitreya), Kali (the source of all evil), Satan (the adversary), the Antichrist (the charlatan), or Masih ad-Dajjal (the deceiver). However, this expectation of an upcoming arrival of a (false) messiah is based on incorrect text interpretations. In all cases, this is false hope, because it leads the believers to believe that they cannot free themselves, and they therefore patiently have to wait for their salvation by the Salvator mundi. This is by far the biggest pitfall of phantasism.
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