If you could rewind the clock before 9/11, what kind of world would we find?
How the nano-technology from the Geo-Engineering spraying each day enters your body.
What the hell is happening… you must be thinking that, as well as being dazed and confused in the least which is the purpose of this web site. Your unfortunate lack of critical thinking skills leaves you without the ability to see the unseeable.
“The people of the world are sick and tired of being set against each other by powerful criminals who want us divided so they can continue to rape, steal from and exploit us.
Currently the gravest threat to the world is the corrupt mainstream media who has been taken over by a powerful cabal. They have been lying to us for decades, twisted our minds and led us down a path of darkness. The evidence is all around you.
The only way we can defeat this evil is by removing their power and turning them off. They are named the “Mockingbird Media” after a criminal operation of the same name to infiltrate journalism and take control of the narratives.
The only way out of this prison is to read the crumbs dropped via the NSA Intelligence Program otherwise known as Q.”
The amount of zombies that pass as humans that I deal with on a daily basis blows my mind. I know that I should not “go there,” in this way but I can’t help it. For those of us who grew up in an Analog world which includes things like Audio Cassettes, Analog Amplifiers, and Schwinn Bicycles, this new digital crack addicted dopamine empire control grid can get a bit stressful at times.
Concerning evaluating the current Truman Show Like Matrix that is Southern California, a special friend sent this to me, and I had to share. Like I said when I started writing this blog months ago, I was looking to explore, evaluate and dialogue on issues that most people don’t think about or even consider.
(CJ Opinion) — In the movie The Matrix, humans are imprisoned in a virtual world by a powerful artificial intelligence system in a dystopian future. What they take to be reality is actually a computer program that has been jacked into their brains to keep them in a comatose state. They live their whole lives in that virtual simulation, without any way of knowing that what they appear to be experiencing with their senses is actually made of AI-generated code.
Life in our current society is very much the same. The difference is that instead of AI, it’s psychopathic oligarchs who are keeping us asleep in the Matrix. And instead of code, it’s narrative.
Society is made of narrative like the Matrix is made of code. Identity, language, etiquette, social roles, opinions, ideology, religion, ethnicity, philosophy, agendas, rules, laws, money, economics, jobs, hierarchies, politics, government, they’re all purely mental constructs which exist nowhere outside of the mental noises in our heads. If I asked you to point to your knee you could do so instantly and wordlessly, but if I asked you to point to the economy, for example, the closest you could come is using a bunch of linguistic symbols to point to a group of concepts. To show me the economy, you’d have to tell me a story.
“Am I good enough? Am I doing the right thing? Oh man, I hope what I’m trying to do works out. I need to make sure I get all my projects done. If I do that one thing first it might save me some time in the long run. Oh there’s Ashley, I hate that bitch. God I’m so fat and ugly. If I can just get the things that I want and accomplish my important goals I’ll feel okay. Taxes are due soon. What’s on TV? Oh it’s that idiot. How the hell did he get elected anyway? Everyone who made that happen is a Nazi. God I can’t wait for the weekend. I hope everything goes as planned between now and then.”
On and on and on and on. Almost all of our mental energy goes into those mental narratives. They dominate our lives. And, for that reason, people who are able to control those narratives are able to control us.
And they do.
Most people try to exert some degree of control over those around them. They try to influence how those in their family, social and employment circles think of them by behaving and speaking in a certain way. Family members will spend their lives telling other family members over and over again that they’re not as smart/talented/good as they think they are to keep them from becoming too successful and moving away. Romantic partners will be persuaded that they can never leave because no one else will ever love them. To varying degrees, they manipulate the narratives of individuals.
Then there are the people who’ve figured out that they can actually take their ability to influence the way people think about themselves and their world and turn it into personal profit. Cult leaders convince followers to turn over their entire lives in service to them. Advertisers convince consumers that they have a problem or deficiency that can only be solved with This Exciting New Product™. Ambitious rat race participants learn how to climb the corporate ladder by winning favor with the right people and inflicting small acts of sabotage against their competing peers. Ambitious journalists learn that they progress much further in their careers by advancing narratives that favor the establishment upon which the plutocrats who own the big media companies have built their kingdoms. They manipulate the narratives of groups.
You are reading one of the most crucial blog postings that I will repost in 2018. Why? Read it, and you will know why. Sometimes we can care so much for others that we end up drowning ourselves in the process.
Each day when you wake up, you get to make a decision. What is that decision? Today will be fantastic, or maybe I should have stayed in bed. (That is the decision). Your brain has millions and millions of neurons that are firing at all times. You can tell your mind whatever you wish, but it is still up to you.
One of the ways that I keep my brain calibrated positively is to avoid complainers as much as possible. Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to complain about it, but I am talking of the deeper connection we have with our soul.
You cannot control what others say or do or even think, but you can control how you feel.
Here is something that you may find of interest in your quest for a most positive future. How is that possible? By changing your thoughts now.
Negative people are almost always complainers, without fail. Worse, complainers are not satisfied in keeping their thoughts and feelings to themselves; instead, they’ll seek out some unwilling participant and vent.
Undoubtedly annoying to their friends and family, these “Debbie Downers” aren’t to be chastised but understood.
You see, we all complain from time-to-time. In fact, researchers from Clemson University empirically demonstrated that everyone grumbles on occasion. Some just do so much more often than others.
Complainers generally fall into one of three groups:
Attention-seeking Complainers: People who seek attention through complaining; always dwelling on about how they’ve got it worse than everyone else. Ironically, (rational) people are apt to ignore outright the person rather than waste mental energy focusing on their negativity.
Chronic Complainers: These folks live in a constant state of complaint. If they’re not voicing about their “woe is me” attitude, they’re probably thinking about it.
Psychologists term this compulsory behavior rumination, defined as “repetitively going over a thought or a problem without completion.” Rumination is, unfortunately, directly relayed to the depressed and anxious brain.
Low-E.Q. Complainers: ‘E.Q.’ is short for emotional quotient, and constituents within this group are short on E.Q. What I.Q. is to intelligence, E.Q. is to emotional understanding.
These people aren’t interested in your perspective, thoughts, or feelings. You’re a sounding board – a brick wall. As such, they’ll dwell and vent at every opportunity.
The first big transition in the news business was in the early 1980’s. ABC Television decided that their news division would become a part of their “entertainment division.” The result? There was a gossip column feel as more and more stories were written based on sponsors, products, and trends in the culture.
The most significant shift during my lifetime in media in the USA was the telecommunications act of 1996 signed into law by Bill Clinton and causing hundreds of companies to fold and thousands of jobs eliminated. Now read what Jon Rappoport has to say on the subject. He nails it right on the head.
An article I found of great interest by Mitch Santell
Want to be happy? The Nordic nations seem to have it all figured out.
The cold countries of northern Europe again dominated the annual World Happiness Report, released March 14. Finland ranked as the happiest country in the 2018 report, followed by Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Switzerland.
Published by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, the rankings are based on people’s assessments of their well-being in Gallup World Poll surveys. The top nations, the report says, “tend to have high values for all six of the key variables that have been found to support well-being: income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust and generosity.”
Check out the top 18 of the 156 countries below — and see where the United States turns up.
People have ALL been born into a Maze of deception with countless alternative corridors, rooms, dead ends to walk into, trapped like Theseus in the “Labyrinth” of Minos; to face the Minotaur or his own Shadow Self confused, stifled, paranoid, fears kept private but NO escape.
And in this time, we are still engendering new Myths and Cultural Icons. Our Hercules, however, is a TV Wrestling Star on steroids. Our Aphrodite is a fake Reality TV Star. We have a “Mad Max” Apocalypse Culture emerging, glorifying images of savagery and death this 2018 CE.
Will it continue to be as ever in history that violent Myths and Religions will re-emerge and that the “Gods” of the Vanquished will become as always the Devils of the Victors?
This repeating History is too time worn and too dangerous for this Earth to bear in these times. Maybe we should ALL grow up at last, NOW. This IS the REAL “Childhood’s End” for Planet Earth. We as a Race-Collective, are at the brink of a new Renaissance, or the worst Dark Age in recorded History. We NOW have the technology to make the Earth a Garden of Delight or a burnt Charnel Field. This IS a Decision that must be decided upon Globally by the PEOPLE and NOT left in the corrupt murdering hands of the Religious/Political Ruling Hegemony as in Times past.
I have been blogging longer than I could actually remember (It all started many years ago when I was on Blogger).
I remembered seeing a blog online and saying to myself, “I can do that!”
Okay, back then blogging was not as sophisticated as it is today. The average blog post many years ago, was basically an online diary — it was a blogger’s space to post what they did on a specific day (And, those blog posts back then, were very short in comparison to the word count of the blog posts that bloggers publish today).
Now, I am very happy that blogging has evolved; it is more than an online diary.
Bloggers can use their blogs to entertain and educate the masses.
So, one should not underestimate the power and the influence that blogging has.
Blogging has grown on me; it is hard to imagine myself not…
Reflections On Streaming Rip-Offs by Mitch Santell
Every month I put out 14.99 and pay it directly to Apple, Inc. for a family streaming plan.
The reality is only some of your money is paid to the artists you listen to.
The rest of your money (and it’s probably most of your money) goes somewhere else. That “somewhere else” is decided by a small group of subscribers who have gained control over your money thanks to a mathematical flaw in how artist royalties are calculated. This flaw cheats real artists with real fans, rewards fake artists with no fans, and perhaps worst of all communicates to most streaming music subscribers a simple, awful, message: Your choices don’t count, and you don’t matter.