The Almighty Truth

The Past, Present, And Future Forever Indeed

The Fundamentals of Truth

By

Ultra Savage


Preface


The nature of the following message is to give the reader a basic idea of truth and how to determine which beliefs can and should be considered to be true. With this basic ideological knowledge, an individual will have what is necessary to know for a fact if his or her beliefs are genuine truth or not. Knowing the mysterious dynamics of thinking enables an individual to be lead by the psychology of Truth into the full understanding of the Almighty Truth if he or she has the faith to acquire the absolute of facts above relative perceptions, relative trues, and opinions. For the sake of advancement of knowledge, the ideas expressed in this booklet are subject to correction but only unto a truly higher understanding if there be one. However, the essential principles of the fundamentals of truth will forever remain the same.


The Fundamentals of Truth


Based upon rational intellectual observation, it can and will be observed that the genuine nature of truth should and must be thoroughly understood first before any beliefs which reflect the genuine nature of any subject can be established. This is so because it is self-evident that the psychological act of establishing beliefs is a very sophisticated and sometimes misleading process. Due to this, an individual can quite easily be deceived into considering some beliefs to be true when such beliefs are actually untrue or false, and some beliefs to be false when such beliefs are actually true. As a result, the individual is deceived into believing that his or her beliefs are true and knowledge that reflects the genuine nature of a given subject. However, in reality his beliefs are untrue and simply illusions of knowledge which does not reflect the genuine nature of a subject. Considering this, thus in order for an individual to prevent himself from becoming a victim of false ideological beliefs, he should and must be able to guarantee himself that his beliefs are reflections of the genuine nature of a subject, and this can be achieved only if the individual thoroughly understand the genuine nature of truth and which beliefs qualify as being true and thus should be considered to be true.


Based upon rational intellectual observation, it can and will be logically observed that determining truth begins with intellectual understanding. This is so because it is self-evident that the sense of truth is generated through intellectual understanding for the lack of understanding brings forth confusion which cannot and does not generate the sense of truth. Establishing and maintaining intellectual understanding is achieved through rationalization or reasoning. Rationalization is the intellectual process of eliminating confusion by forming beliefs which generate a sense of understanding. Beliefs which have undergone this process are said to be rationalized and are observed as generating either of two intellectual sensation. Beliefs which are observed to generate the sense of intellectual understanding are labeled as being rational. Beliefs which are observed to generate the sense of intellectual confusion are labeled as being irrational. Considering this and the fact that the sense of truth is generated through intellectual understanding, therefore as a standard for ideological debate, the basic definition of truth can be defined as beliefs which are rational or reasonable to believe. This definition has to be true because beliefs which are irrational or unreasonable to believe cannot and will not be

sincerely accepted as being truth.


Although basic truth is defined as beliefs which are rational to believe, however, it is evident that in order to determine whether or not a belief is rational or irrational, first the dynamics of thinking must be understood. The dynamics of thinking involves four principles which are called thought patterns. Thought patterns are the patterns of thinking which are used as the basis for concluding beliefs. These thought patterns are called logic, illogic, false-logic, and ultralogic.


A belief based upon the thought pattern of logic is a belief which seems to be true and is determined to be true because it is consistent with given facts. To demonstrate the nature of logic, observe the following example. If it is a fact that the length of line A is equal to the length of line B, and it is also a fact that the length of line B is equal to the length of line C, therefore the length of line A is equal to the length of line C. The belief that line A and line C are equal in length is an example of a belief based upon logical thinking and is label as rational because the belief is true and therefore it becomes a fact.


A belief based upon the thought pattern of illogic is a belief which seems to be false and is determined to be false because it is inconsistent with given facts. To demonstrate the nature of illogic, observe the following example. If it is a fact that the length of line A is equal to the length of line B, and it is also a fact that the length of line B is equal to the length of line C, however, the length of line A is not equal to the length of line C. The belief that line A and line C are not equal in length though they both equal line B is an example of a belief based upon illogical thinking and is label as irrational because the belief is false and therefore it becomes a deception.


A belief based upon the thought pattern of false-logic is a belief which seems to be true but is determined to be false because it is inconsistent to another fact that is considered to be absolutely true. To demonstrate the nature of false-logic, observed the following example. If it is a fact that John is a person, and it is also a fact that Joe is a person, therefore John is Joe. Now, although the belief that John is Joe seems to be true and based upon so-called logical thinking, however, such a belief is actually false because it is an absolute fact that there are many persons and John is one person and Joe is another person therefore they are not the same person. The belief that John is Joe is an example of a belief based upon false-logical thinking and is labeled as irrational because the belief is false and therefore it becomes a deception.


A belief based upon the thought pattern of ultralogic is a belief which seems to be false but is determined to be true because it is consistent to another that is considered to be absolutely true. To demonstrate the nature of ultralogic, observe the following example. If it is a fact that a friendly personality is one of compassion, and it is also a fact that a hostile personality is one of cruelty, however, the two personalities are personalities of the same individual. Now, although the belief that a friendly personality and a hostile personality are personalities of the same individual seems to be irrational and based upon so-called illogical thinking, however, such a belief is actually true because it is an absolute fact that an individual who has a split-personality complex can possess both personalities even though they are totally opposite in nature. The belief that a friendly personality and a hostile personality are personalities of the some individual is a belief based upon ultralogical thinking and is labeled as rational because the belief is true and therefore it becomes a fact.


These are the four pattern of thinking which a thinking individual must understand and recognize as he conducts his thinking. This is so because thinking is sometimes a complex process which can trick a thinking individual into believing that some beliefs as being true when such beliefs are actually false and that some beliefs as being false when such beliefs are actually true. However, a thinking individual can prevent his thinking from deceiving him or her by comparing his thinking to the nature of thought patterns to determine if his beliefs are facts or deceptions; and the key to this is seeking out and establishing those absolute facts, ideas which never changes in reference to a give subject. For example, consider the subject of fire, an absolute fact about it, which is self-evident, is that fire will always give off heat.


Once a belief or beliefs have been accepted as being true they become facts. Once facts have been established, then all other beliefs that are consistent with the facts must also be considered to be true. Any beliefs which are inconsistent or contrary to the facts must be considered to be untrue or false. However, if a new belief is inconsistent with a fact, and the new belief is determined to be more reasonable to believe as being true than the fact, then the fact can no longer be considered to be true, or at least not entirely true, and the new belief becomes the new fact.