I used to get up in the morning and read with purpose, trying to solve mysteries that were in fact unsolvable. Lately, perhaps months now, I’ve been adrift, having lost focus. As a consequence I have learned more than in years previous. In giving up the mysteries, they unfolded before my eyes.
Blogging was an endless staircase. I merely opened my eyes. I started seeing things before invisible.
Imagine sitting in a crowded movie theater watching Sixth Sense and blurting out “He’s dead people! He just doesn’t know it.” It would destroy the whole purpose of the movie.
That movie has been around for a long time, as has another, just for example: The moon landings were fake, and figuring that out is ridiculously easy. All you have to do is question the evidence. It dissolves before your eyes. We are trained not to do that, as if in a trance, and we police one another.
I was watching my young grandson at the playground on Sunday, without his knowing. He went about and tried every toy and device, and might be off the playground and in the woods two miles away if we let him just go. He is fearless. Schooling will put an end to that, I fear, and it starts soon for him. “Pre-school” they call it, interrupting the learning process at age four!
From a propaganda standpoint, having us all think alike and police one another is ideal. It makes us controllable. The greatest tool in the hands of our masters is still, to this day, television. Our minds are the ultimate tool. Television, like schooling, turns them off.
Some jackass will say to me (more likely about me) that I have mental issues since I think the moon landings were fake. I agree, it is kind of scary to get to the end of the movie and realize that you were fooled throughout.