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Matrix, Mootrix, Meatrix…. Butlerian Jihad…

June 2, 2013

Greetings,

Today’s post is somewhat light and somewhat dark. Somewhat real and somewhat surreal. Somewhat dark and somewhat light.

Fist, I want to introduce those of you who have not read his work, to John Rappoport.  Brilliant insights into our increasingly virtual world, where we feel less and less and are told what we should be feeling more and more…

Every time I read one of his articles, I’m reminded of the concept of the Butlerian Jihad from the Dune series, where man finally rebelled against the machines that had taken over their lives (sentient machines that is).

The matrix, it’s everywhere. It Maytricks you. Actually it does trick us, all the time.

From his latest article, entitled:

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Virtual life in the future Matrix

 

From an unfinished novel of mine, The Magician Awakes, here is a State medical doctor instructing his patient: “It’s like a drug, Carl, but we don’t need chemicals. This is electromagnetic adjustment. You want well-being, so you’re going to feel it at the cellular level. Synapse, neuron, transformed. Just relax. No need to do anything. You’ll perceive you’re smaller for a few minutes. It may be unpleasant, but you’ll get used to it. A certain amount of shrinkage is necessary. We’re smoothing away the rough edges. You’ll come back in a marvelous cocoon. You’ll feel supported. Your present sense of isolation will disappear. We can delete that. You’ll see Wisdom all around you. Things as they are will make more sense to you than they ever have. You see, in World One, the world you’re in right now, desire always leads to suffering, as the Buddha taught. In World Two, where you’re going in a few seconds, there is no desire. You’re liberated.”

The dynamics of mind control in a pleasure-oriented society are built on channeling pleasure and making it more absorbing. The “shrinkage,” as mentioned above, doesn’t have to be radical because people have already brought it on themselves. They’ve glued themselves solidly to the five senses.

Past and present US military experiments, using electromagnetic stimulation, to create soldiers who can function at high levels over an extended period on very little sleep, are just the rough beginnings of a technology that will be applied to civilian life.

What is the best antidote to the addiction to virtual experience?

The designers of the dystopian future are enlisting a small fragment of a human being’s imagination to put him in an externally fashioned simulation.

“Give us just a bit of your imagination, and we’ll do the rest for you.”

What’s called the suspension of disbelief in the theater is an imaginative act on the part of the audience: “Yes, what’s on the stage is real. Yes, I’m here and I’m involved.”

This is a clue to the titanic force that inherently exists in every human. Already, in 2013, we see it massively sacrificed on the altar of entertainment. They give us drama and we buy it.

As opposed to inventing realities ourselves, full-bore.

Imagination creates reality. The only question is: whose?

Reality in modern civilization is a straight psyop. It surrounds us, even though the technology, by future standards, is primitive.

The hook has been sunk; it needs to be removed.

The psyop says: “Experience THIS; feel it; then ask yourself whether you have the power to invent a more convincing world; the answer is no, isn’t it; so just sit back, relax, and take it all in; you can’t approach what we can do for you.”

The stakes are high. If you believe you can’t exceed the power of the Reality Manufacturing Company, if you keep postponing the day when you become the artist beyond and against the System, then you’re already prepped for the simulacra of the virtual future.

The world is largely populated by the “IS” PEOPLE. These are the humans who accept and surrender, on many levels, to what already exists, without realizing that it comes to them as a package.

Here is the conclusion to the above section of The Magician Awakes:

“At his post-treatment checkup, the doctor asked Carl, “How are you adapting to the changes? Any problems?”

“Everything’s good, Doc,” Carl said. “I had headaches, but they went away after a week or so. I can look at things longer now. Do you know what I mean? I can sit and watch a flower for an hour and it doesn’t make me jittery. I could never do that before. The only thing I notice is that the birds don’t sing.”

“Yes,” the doctor said, “we’re working on that. It’s apparently a cross-canceling sequence in the software.”

“An omission?”

“As I told you, you’re in World Two now. It’s a different landscape. It looks exactly like World One, but your responses are linked to it.”

“You mean it’s a single loop?”

“I wouldn’t put it exactly that way, Carl, but yes. The world comes to you in a way you’re prepared for. We’ve achieved an integration, an overall connection.”

“What was happening in World One then?”

“Well, in that situation, there was disharmony. It was basically caused by what you wanted. What you wanted and what the world was were out of sync. We’re teachers of acceptance. But we can back it up with science. We can give acceptance to you.”

“So I’m good?”

“Yes, you’re good. You’re in a state of equilibrium now. For the first time in your life. This is what seekers have been after, for thousands of years. This is what the sages spoke of.”

“When will the birds sing?” Carl asked.

“A few months. That’s what we’re hoping. We’re working on it.”

“I especially like the mockingbirds.”

“Don’t worry. They’ll sing.”

For a moment, Carl thought he should feel sad about the mockingbirds, but he didn’t. Sadness wasn’t there. He went to the old place to find it, but it was gone.

“As you know, Doc,” Carl said, “I was a sculptor.”

“Yes, Carl, we know. We’ve seen your studio. People have been there. They cleared the place out.”

Carl thought this might be shocking, but he didn’t feel shocked.

“You don’t need to worry,” the doctor said. “You would have gotten rid of all that work yourself. It was a reflection of your dissatisfaction. All that’s gone now.”

“Yes,” Carl said. “It is gone.”

He felt a wave of relief. A burden had flown away.

Jon Rappoport

 

Read the rest here… Virtual life in the future Matrix

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And then the light/dark, funny/not reality of our times, meat the mootirx…..

Click on the photo below 😉

Naturally Yours meatrix 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Back-pedaling into the future,

I remain…. without a CARE  😉

Vivek

12 Comments leave one →
  1. Dublinsmick permalink
    June 2, 2013 7:29 am

    I am sleepy and will get back to this tomorrow. I may be interpreting this wrongly but are you saying we are the victims of some type satanic Jihad?

    • June 2, 2013 4:10 pm

      Oh the irony…..

  2. izzy permalink
    June 2, 2013 3:53 pm

    And the great irony here is that the internet, where we discuss all this with each other, seems to be a major stepping stone along that seductive path. The immersion certainly isn’t so total, but it’s easy to spend hours, whole days apparently, soaking up the opinions, stories and projections of others we’ll never meet or even glimpse in the flesh, and by its “interactive” nature, feed our own back into it the stew, often then basking in the illusion we have accomplished something. And meanwhile, World One spins on outside. I feel lucky to live in a situation that makes it easy, even requires me, to get out in the natural world often, and old enough to remember when we weren’t surrounded by and submerged in all this technology and distraction. Things have changed radically in a very short time.

    It’s a slippery slope, and we’re already sliding down fast.

    • June 2, 2013 4:12 pm

      Izzy, astute observations. I’m 47 and have dense, bone memory of slower, simpler times. Have to admit though, those times I wanted us (India) to speed up, catch up with the world/west.

      Ironic…..

      • izzy permalink
        June 2, 2013 6:13 pm

        65 myself, and the world I grew up in was nothing like the one we inhabit now. Always been a bit of a country boy, but have to admit I was pretty gung-ho about the promises of technology until about 20 years ago, when it started to seem like things were spinning out of control in a way that just wasn’t healthy. I’m not a technophobe per se and keep up with all the latest, but also keep it at a safe distance. When I see young folks today feeling compelled to check their smart phones every 3 minutes, and walking around starting at little screens no matter what is going on around them, I am deeply distressed.

        I recall being assigned to read Animal Farm, 1984 and Brave New World back in school as cautionary tales. Now we’re in the middle of it. Here’s an eye-opening link to a Aldous Huxley interview with Mike Wallace from 55 years ago. Talk about prophetic.

        • June 3, 2013 3:59 am

          Old Aldoofus Huffandpuffly did not need prophecy Izzy. As an insider’s insider, he knew what was on the table. Like Jules Verne, sort of. He and Orwell belonged to the same dystopian society in Oxford.

          But we do seem to be fast approaching that three way split of humanity in general. The 1984ians, the brave new worldians and the rebels. something or somehow or somewhere for everyone!!!

  3. Terrance permalink
    June 4, 2013 2:24 am

    Hello Vivek…..the northern magnetic pole is moving about one mile per day!…..toward Siberia ……acceleration increases daily……mother nature is on the move……checkmate!

    • June 5, 2013 4:32 am

      Such is how it pans out, bg mama wins… 🙂

  4. Dublinsmick permalink
    June 4, 2013 4:39 am

    I saw that Terrance. It has moved 160 miles lately fairly rapidly. Buckle down, the mississippi river has just breached the levee again near Alton and some towns out of power. More storms coming that way.

  5. Dublinsmick permalink
    June 5, 2013 4:30 am

    Look at this, RT is reporting earthquakes caused cracks in Iran’s nuclear reactor. That must make you feel wonderful as the wind will be blowing your way at times.

    http://rt.com/news/iran-nuclear-reactor-damaged-230/

  6. Dublinsmick permalink
    June 5, 2013 6:32 am

    Isn’t it time to get Cathartes aura back on here? Two suns!

    http://beforeitsnews.com/space/2013/06/the-second-sun-this-might-blow-your-mind-2460686.html

  7. Dublinsmick permalink
    June 6, 2013 5:48 am

    Being the argumentative type. Temperatures in the earth core rise sharply, setting off volcanos which block a certain portion of solar activity, leading to the temporary chimera that the universe is not heating up!

    http://english.pravda.ru/science/earth/16-05-2013/124585-temperatures_earth_core-0/

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