“Reason is Calling.”
We suggest that the field of philology requires more discipline than astronomy, for example. Discipline means that omissions in reasoning and conclusions represents certain types of errors.
Although Occult research may be thought to be worthless, all human effort requires mental abilities and the skill, or art, of assigning value to evidence possesses dignity. The results are dependent on the individual. Truly, participation and results vary.
A philologist one observed that great minds are skeptical. We understand this as skepticism leads to critical thinking, which results in a “great” mind. We propose that all human minds have this potential of greatness.