Zombie Drive-by Liberty is earned through eternal vigilance

31Jan/110

World Whore 3.0

The truth is everywhere and it's free, but some assembly is required. The problem is people don't like doing stuff, and when I say people, I include you and I, because we're the sheeple. We get bored of things because of the same mechanism that allows us to spot a green leaf in a pile of brown ones, and helps us pretend that the moment that just passed still exists. We also generally don't like being wrong, because that may make us seem ridiculous.

What happened is that, one day, some men showed up and suggested we should trade some of that bread for this bit of shiny rock they found. Some speculate whether these men emerged like that, top hat and all, from the ass hole of the planet. Today the world is starting to run out of bread, and we don't even have the rocks any more. We long ago started using little pamphlet vouchers which represent a certain amount of the rocks, but by now the stamped papers only represent a value inversely proportional to the amount of them in circulation. While the food keeps getting harder to come by, the amount of good toilet paper wasted on this endeavour keeps increasing, and the real value of this idea called money keeps getting smaller. It may be possible that these things are connected.

We're slow learners, though. We've known that the emperor has no clothes since the 1300s, and most of us still don't get it. In comic fashion, the new lie has gotten more impossible to stop the more we've invested in it, until now we're forced to watch it blow up in our faces. That's where the shit that's hitting the fan is coming from. I suspect that it's landing on the arab states first because israel is our modern day faecal super volcano, and that's the direction the wind is blowing. The original israeli eruption probably didn't make it to the news because the atmosphere over there has apparently always been shitty and people didn't notice the change.

If you follow any of the more accepted news networks, you may know that you're now authorised to really start trembling in your boots, because something called the muslim brotherhood™ is taking over the arab world. Look anywhere else, however, and you may realise that the people doing the actual work out there don't actually appear to give a shit about any of that crap, and may in fact just be bone tired of watching their children go to bed hungry. Look at history, and you may learn that it has been relatively easy to make people go to war by first inducing famine, and now more than ever the beast needs to be satiated. When the teevee news starts talking about food shortages in a self-destructing economic environment where you can speculate on food prices like you can on tulips, software companies and badly built houses, you can be sure that it's going to happen.

We may witness israel being turned into the world's largest glass quarry soon, because like world trade center 7, that's probably where all the bodies are buried. What you're not supposed to realise then, is it's just a way to grease the wheels for another cycle of jewtopia. It doesn't work so well any more to accuse someone of being an anti-semite when they accuse you of stealing, so the term may go all 2.0 on us. They may actually execute six million jews this time or they may not, but you can bet it'll be the ones they don't like. From the looks of their apparent lack of ability to like anything, it might be the entire population, and as a bonus they get to blame all the people that accused them of stealing.

The best part is that there are no tragedies in life, and natural disaster is a bit of an oxymoron. We may think all this is important and that we're special, but we're just another manifestation of life, and the only part of us that is immortal is what is constantly changing. If we do decide to let ourselves be destroyed by another war we've been sold, or we eventually just work ourselves to death, it will be nothing but the experienced hand of natural selection telling us we should maybe try again in a few thousand years.

25Dec/100

Asshole day

The problem is that we currently live in upside-down land, bizarro world. The biggest criminals, doing the most heinous deeds including mass murder by war and starvation, are protected behind ah-fuck-it levels of red tape and plausible deniability. People are allowed to know that the most successful political campaigns are the well-funded ones, and then get all puffed up and surprised when the elected officials go with the interest of big business against the stated will of the people every single time they think they can get away with it. The most legal and accepted drugs are the most dangerous and profitable ones, while the most demonised and illegal ones are those with the highest risk of pulling your head from your ass.

The problem is that we celebrate one day in the year when it's the season to be jolly and nice to each other, while for all the other ones it's widely accepted that those are the days that everyone is meant to steal as much as they can from each other and be utterly miserable about it. There are enough people taking antidepressants that they're finding it in the drinking water, and all the questions of "why, why, why?" are drowned out by the loudness of "please sir, may I have some more?". Earth's most celebrated day is the birth of earth's most famous martyr, whom everyone supposedly looks up to but almost no-one listens to. It doesn't matter that the celebration is done by lining the pockets of the most usurious and gutless scum to ever walk the earth and that no one actually lives by the lessons that Jesus attempted to teach us, because it's the thought that counts. In a world of make-believe money, hard and soft, where a mental flat line is as common as Colon Cola™, thoughts are the only currency people can still believe in.

In the age where reason has returned to nature, be it tomorrow or in a thousand years, we may well spend one day instead attempting to remember the utter desolation and suffering that can be visited upon a planet when people turn "it's not my problem" into their creed. On asshole day, kids would try to duck little turds bursting from a rothschild piñata, and attempt to loop the noose around the banker, wearing a blindfold made from the precipitated catatonia of humanity. On asshole day, everyone would choke down a glass of piss and then form groups to discuss how much they enjoyed it, because that's how it was done in the old days.

23Dec/104

It’s time for a meltdown

Life's gone a bit weird. Ever since I changed my perception a while back, it's been 50/50 that this might actually be a season of the Truman show. When I changed my mind that time, the world responded by changing itself, and it's a really strange chicken and egg thing because I can't really tell which came first. Life as a whole is clearly into all those chicken and egg things, and I suppose it doesn't really matter which came first because both are delicious. The theme in my life following that has been unfinished business, and I've been occupied with being shown bits of myself and my memory so that they may be re-evaluated to determine their new worth and meaning.

I don't know that I've had one original thought in my life. Something tells me there are as many ways to an awakening as there are people, and I've cobbled together an image of a revolution from little bits of existence and many parts that rang true for me from movies and certain teevee show(s) impersonating movies. Battlestar Galactica appealed to me on a base level, so much so that it in fact may have been written just for me. Indeed: "From the moment I open my eyes, she's in my blood, like cheap wine. Bitter and sweet, tinged with regret. I'll never be free of her, nor do I want to be. For she is what I am, all that is, should always be." Remakes are the defining characteristic of our generation, and it's definitely worth wondering if our world PC is running a shitty OS when you read that they're rebooting Spider-Man. I've heard that Galactica may well have been commissioned by the military. If that's the case I'd say that they frakked up, but maybe they really didn't. I've distanced myself from it and other ideas out of media recently, and I don't rely so much any more on the familiar old paths they set. Clearly.

Marijuana is a really strange drug. It helps you relax by making you paranoid, and allows you to focus on the inner stillness by making thoughts more uncontrollable. You can see here how the brain forms and removes connections, and I'm fairly certain that the sacred 'erb gives ideas a shakedown by submitting them to the earthquake test. I like to think that fundamental truths have slipped into the world media like cannabis has slipped into our culture, against the wishes and worst efforts of the mammonite powers that were. At the same time, it's probably also healthy to wonder whether we've been programmed in these same ways. If this were true, there should be no way to tell whether we've been defeated by a higher power.

Advertisements for banks would have us believe that every life is sacred and precious, and yet people are apparently satisfied with pissing their unique little snowflake existence away on a manufactured version of some approved cookie cutter template, toiling their hours through on monotonous tasks to enrich those very same banks. Some people like their jobs, and I hold out the idea of a worthwhile 9-5 occupation as a statistical possibility. Then again, some people like getting pissed on too. It seems that people generally avoid straying off the familiar routes in fear of possibly being wrong, and in this way they cling to old habits and the investment they see in all the things they've learned. When you detach from your little personal drama and lift your nose from the grindstone, it becomes evident that your life is one among billions. Then it's no longer such a tragedy that you could turn out to be wrong, as you will many times, when the reward could be an experience and understanding that enriches your life and that of everyone you come into contact with. Either way, it will soon be evident whether the fight against seemingly unbeatable odds was/is worth it. In the end I suppose it all comes down to whether you want to be a spectator of your life or a participant.

20Dec/100

Action stations

It would appear that the ball is in play with the wikileaks manipulations and its attending effects. The leaks, saying too little and somehow far too much, are meant to serve the dual purpose of being a continued assault on governments and another attempt to shut down the internet. The governments, most or all of them, are collections of weakling sell-outs, attracted to power and status. Their failings are well documented every time they attempt to do something, and we won't shed a tear for them here. Neither will their masters who, much like lizards, are attempting to cast off their tails and leave their minions holding the bag, while they scurry away like the cowards they have always been. They cannot abide the internet, dissonant and nebulous even as it is now, because if people are allowed to paypal each other donations for things they found useful rather than things they really had no choice in buying, it would not be long before people realised that we don't need the burden of finance in order to support ourselves.

It may just be my recent ambivalence on pretty much all subjects, but it seems that every new assault of manipulation is falling on deaf ears. The mammonite offerings appear to be ever more self-defeating and ill-informed, the best example as yet being the leaking wiki. I can only surmise that we've been on the good shit for too long. Mail bombs, reports of subverted threats and FBI-employed flaming crotches just don't cut it any more. Their repeated attempts to kick off a world war from the Koreas have been as flaccid as they are. To get our attention again they have to point out the only remaining threat anyone cares about: thieving bloodsuckers who survive by manipulation.

We need to remember who we're dealing with here. In a system where money is exchanged for skills, they have almost all of the former and almost none of the latter. They're masters of a bygone world where vacuousness is a virtue. By doing everything in their power to remove themselves from anything real in the world, they have lost contact with it all, and have become as aliens trying to communicate their outmoded threats. They have mistreated us in every way they could think of, and as a result have created people who have emerged from it all and realised that they are still alive and ready for the fight of the ages.

Even if it is their master plan and even if they have been for centuries trying to accomplish their sad goal, they are going to find out the hard way that what they always wanted from us cannot be stolen. They can steal our money, our time, our ideas, years off our lives or even our lives themselves, but they will never have the one thing they've denied themselves by their behaviour. Love can only be given, it cannot be taken.

3Dec/100

Thank God for Paris Hilton

I have to be honest enough with myself to admit that I may not know what the hell I'm talking about. It's no secret that by now I'm balls deep in several conspiracy theories, which is really just an honest description of what they are—theories of conspiracies—though a negative connotation has been created around this term by the media. The brain forms its habits and opinions about things by building neural pathways and then using these constructed short cuts to speed up the process of making decisions. The pathways are strengthened by reinforcement and new ones can be built as long as there aren't already others in the place it tries to build them. The bonds can be broken as well, but it is easier for the energy to flow in an established path. In this way, the only reality that exists is what is seen by the being observing it and you can bet that this world is perceived a little differently by everything alive in it. Right now, we are under the spell of a type of mass hypnosis which doesn't use any form of magic besides continuously telling us things that aren't true. This is just good business to some people, and you can certainly blame them for centuries of suffering and mass murder visited upon humanity, but even if it's the last thing they'll ever allow themselves to admit, all they ever wanted is the love and acceptance of their fellow humans. These are the people who secretly hated themselves enough that they could see no other way to get it than by theft. Life only travels in one general direction back to the source and they are the ones who are taking the longest route.

And so we are alive today in a world where majority rules and the most popular form of idea transmission is one that is filtered by what is profitable. Moving outside the generally accepted view of reality is an alien concept, and we'll all have to break this monster down piece by piece inside ourselves and carefully consider which parts can be kept and which are bad for us. The whole process can be more than a little disheartening, because invariably you have to go from a fully constructed reality to a laying a blank new foundation, and our only reason for doing this is a faint feeling that something is very wrong. It's not easy being out here, adrift with no compass, but when the consensus is in error, the only way to find new land is by being lost off the edge of the map. People can call us crazy, but shouted as it is from beneath the golden arches of the local mcdonald's, it is a great compliment.

Everything I've learned since falling down the rabbit hole has been treated with a combination of trust and disbelief, since there's a lot of disinformation floating around out there and what passes for science here is a poor method of confirming anything of real value. Occasionally I get to "see" things, which is really only the momentary lining up of facts in a pattern that conforms to the rules of life, and is most likely also related to how certain ideas "ring" of truth. If I hadn't "seen" the inevitable collapse of the system years ago, when this blog was still populated alternately by game reviews and masturbation jokes, I might've doubted it like I have any other idea I've encountered during my awakening. It was Paris Hilton that showed me the truth one night, of what is to become of the consumerist system. Here is a person who was really the next step in celebrities at the time, being famous only for being famous. Instead of a name, she got a cheap ad for a hotel. Of course we're a couple of generations past dear Paris already, and someone else had to step in after Britney Spears burned out in such spectacular fashion. We've been trapped here so long because they've found a way to sell diluted life and love back to us, but the name of the game is unregulated theft and things of real value have become too expensive to include in this world of mass production. We've finally run ourselves around in a complete circle, and the only step left, if you don't want to repeat the grade, is out.

20Nov/102

On inevitability and manipulation

As the murder of the Gulf of Mexico has proven once again, the most heinous of crimes will go unnoticed by the voting flock as long as it is not covered by the mainstream media. Anyone who's paying attention knows that the markets are a sham. The current so-called performance of it is so far out of whack of the fundamentals that it leaves anyone trying to explain it speechless, spinning around in circles in vain trying to find the right words to convey the utter level of unimaginable theft and lies. It's clear now that markets don't crash, no matter how overinflated and stressed at the seams they are, until the mammonite-owned media deems that they should. A panic erupts when this happens, and the whole flock stampedes to the exit, never realising that the only thing that was keeping the lie afloat to begin with was their belief in it.

Picture if you will, the December 7th bank run is anywhere near successful. If my little voice of guesstimation and bullshit detection is right, this meme is nothing more than an attempt to demonise the truth movement and citizen activism in the mind of the voting public. It would benefit the truth movement to remember that private banks are just the the lowest level in the system of theft, quite insulated from the next one above it. Very few people read my ramblings and I would have it no other way, but if someone knows better, please correct my assumptions on this matter. I only have the stomach to read one financial blog and what I know of finance is cobbled together largely from ZeroHedge and glances at the pit of hate that squats in my darkest recesses. If a private bank—like the ones you're allowed to know the name of without going to find it out—folds, it would be just like when anyone stops paying back a loan, because the largely non-existent money they loan to the public was loaned from the central banks. Contractually, the central banks would then be obliged to seize all the assets owned by the smaller banks, which they in turn seized from the public following the inevitable folding of all those bad loans they issued. Their stock prices would drop into the toilet and any kind of scum that strives to own yet another bank, yet lacks the spine to buy it at market value would then be able to pick up a controlling share for a bargain. The media would spin the people up into the kind of frenzied panic they're famous for, assisted by all the money people who didn't participate just lost, and what would most likely be pushed forward is that this was caused by anti-semitic "financial terrorists" who organise themselves into groups on the internet and plot to overthrow the beloved consumerist system that supplies spare organs to toddlers and food to the needy. Selectively censoring the internet would thereafter make a lot more sense to the voter base than attacking Iraq did after 9/11, where most of the purported attackers were from Saudi Arabia, and the CIA-manufactured terrorist organisation was said to be based in Afghanistan.

Before this little celebrity endorsed idea showed up on the net, I was half convinced that the next false flag might be a cyberattack that stole everyone's imaginary digital money and left teevee-spawned chaos on the streets, but it would seem that a trembling and palpable fear has made the self-chosen scum pee down their legs and scale down their attack for now. The facts as I see them are these: They are losing control and they know it. As an inescapable result, they are attempting to tighten their grip but ironically that will just make things more unstable, and they know this too. They are the result of their own creation and they're about ready to do some really stupid shit. The financial profit they've been able to extract over centuries is dependant on the operation of a finely-tuned lie. They have been co-opting what started off as an insignificant truth movement for years, and as a result they have pushed a lot of money into letting everyone know how things really are. The pieces have started to line up for some more than others, and ongoing and unchecked theft has created a really unstable situation which could go up with the slightest spark.

It's all good. If the life force could be destroyed it would be long dead by now. Nobody's holding a gun to our heads to make us go to work every day, because if they did it would be too obvious what we are, or more to the point, what we make ourselves. We were sold a bill of goods advertising one thing, but the warranty has expired and now we're seeing, one by one, what we've bought into and where it leads. The walls are coming down and we'll each have to decide whether we want to be inside the system or out. Diversification of the species happens in evolution by separation. There is nothing but ideas standing between us and the next step.

17Nov/100

The changing face of slavery

We're severely screwed up. In so many ways that they can't be kept in the broken human mind all at once. When, for instance, was the last time that a nation suffered clustered earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and a tsunami all at once, and the only thing you'd see in the news is that the fat whore queen of england joined facebook? Ideas are in the end perhaps the most powerful things, and when it happens that they can be owned, the perversion of the social structure begins on a grand scale. From the moment that the moneyed interests deem which ideas are let out upon the ruling majority and which are squashed, a festering lie starts growing in the social order. It is in such a way that the idea of freedom gets renamed to poverty and that pervasive remote monitoring is called security.

The scum that has drawn profit from the system of global slavery, suffering and fear have outlived every toppled monarchy and dictatorship. They have done this by diverting energy for change away from the central problem like a lightning rod, by co-opting revolutions and dressing up the old lies in new clothing. What was advertised as change in america has ended in the election of another lying puppet and a group of people teabagging each other. Our own beloved internet truth movement is full of very popular people saying we should buy precious metals. I'm sorry, but aren't the mines owned by the same all-encompassing conglomerates we're trying to get rid of? Wasn't all the gold stolen by those who do the stealing when paper money went off the gold standard? In the same way, it seems, a coordinated bank run is planned for December. Bank runs historically being used for things like the creation of feral reserve banks, and I won't ask where that idea came from. Show of hands then, who here keeps their money in central banks? Maybe some wayward traveller can correct my math here, but won't the vacuum left by the destruction of the smaller big banks only allow the thieves who escape unscathed yet again to further solidify their monopoly by picking up the slack? Far be it for me to try and stop people from teabagging and bank runs, though. We're down so far that any change in scenery will be refreshing.

The solution to this problem is not going to change, we have to stop using money. Money is what enables those with lying and manipulation as their only skills to own the planet. Any diversion on this point will only result in being more food for the Anglerfish of this world. You cannot have your freedom and an SUV. I am in the fortunate position of never having allowed myself anything left to lose, but I have been waiting, hoping that I would not have to go it alone, that I could take my family and some of humanity with me when I leave the money system. It is becoming clear though that the moth will not be diverted from its flame. The only crime of the so-called sheeple is believing what they're told. Their only shortcoming is not being acquainted with the evil inside themselves well enough to see what is being done to them. It's okay, it's not that bad. There are worse things than death by misplaced trust.

14Nov/102

Our natural divinity

Orthodoxy as religion is a fairly ugly sentient-made blight on the fabric of reality. If you're not willing to fear and worship a jealous god who suffers from poor impulse control and needs his ego continuously inflated with offerings of money and animal sacrifices, you could very easily fall into a trap of deciding that everything in life that resembles it in some way is pure nonsense. We could very well be "just" the result of some child growing galaxies for a school assignment, but where does this theoretical child come from? I'm fairly certain that what I've heard referred to as the cosmic joke is that you will never find the end of the string of life, since there is always something more that is responsible, but also that you eventually just end up where you started again.

The idea of a god as it has been presented is one of absolute power, which in the end is a self-defeating concept since the manifestation of such a being would be dependant on certain conditions that would inherently be beyond the of control of this God person. If there is anything that can be considered an absolute truth to this life, in my experience, it is continuation by renewal. Everything else is net result. A bond through love or attraction is the only condition under which something can form where the laws of entropy would have there be nothing. Churches and the media put forth the idea that divinity is something separate from ourselves and our everyday lives, otherwise you wouldn't have anything to pay them for. You're meant to rely on some guy dressed in fancy robes who is recognised by people in even fancier robes as someone who can read and puke forth the sacred text, which itself was written long ago by people who said they were chosen by the god they just invented.

Divinity is all around us and is us in every living moment, just as every action is a note in an ad-libbed symphony. You can experience it in the trees and the wind that moves the leaves, but you can also encounter it in the most pointless creations of man. It's quite a comfort to know that no matter how far down the wrong path we go, if we choose to go that way, the life imperative will be there always, urging us on to face ourselves. It's a deep kind of trusting peace that forms when you start treating every moment as a communion with life itself. We won't be here forever and we're not in control, we were never meant to be. When you recognise love incarnate for what it is, it will smile upon you, but that doesn't mean things are going to get easy.

28Oct/100

Scum play

Now that the foreclosure fraud is breaking in the mainstream media, the exodus of managers from large banks a few months ago makes a whole lot more sense. At the time, the stampede of these managers and CEOs of large companies out of the system made a couple of ripples in the truth movement, and although the rats-from-a-sinking-ship imagery was obvious, nobody really knew what had spooked them.

This isn't an "oh dear, what happened?" or a "nobody really knows what's going on" deal. The sub-human scum that escaped with all they could steal knew what would happen next. Financial bloggers and all kinds of not completely hypnotised people have been mystified by why banks would approve loans that they knew would eventually be defaulted on. The answer, as it turns out, is profit. The people who did this are gone, beyond the reach of the system of prosecution they exploit so effectively, doing whatever it is that mammonites in retirement do. Paying for sex, probably. Now whoever was stupid enough to take over from them, much like Obama, has been left holding the bag.

There is an undeniable and rather shocking level of hate that has built up against banks, and I'm not so sure it wasn't intended. Humans, while hypnotised and near-catatonic in our dealings, are not completely dead yet. Every now and then, the truth about the ongoing theft and slavery starts to get a little too obvious and people—as much as they are still capable—start thinking about what the problem is. The scum that run this system know this, they are not completely dead yet either. They have continued their rule of this planet by feeding us something that looks like the truth, but is in reality a hollowed out shell wherein the snakes hide.

Their play in situations like this has always been Problem -> Reaction -> Solution. Go look up the history of the american feral reserve if you want proof of this. Historically, they create a problem, like, say, by printing in newspapers how some bank no longer has the capital to cover their loans. As a result, people panic and withdraw all their money from the bank in question. Then of course the bank really doesn't have any more money, and the first two stages are complete. The people are unhappy. "The thing we trusted you with don't work like you promised," they'd say, "fix it now." This is where step three comes in, the real reason the first two were executed, because if a gigantic fucking national bank were created for no reason, people might become suspicious. But if you found that gigantic privately-owned bank after some manufactured crisis, you can say that the crisis will never happen again. "You can trust us," they'd say, "we know what we're doing." Problem -> Reaction -> Solution. False flag -> National mourning -> War for oil. Control through the media is important here, and by now exceedingly easy, since if the people of today don't see something on the teevee, it didn't happen. You can tell a lot about the intended effect by what the mainstream media is and is not allowed to cover.

So one of the things you can probably expect from this Watergate remake is a gigantic oversight and regulation institution, sold to you as preventing such atrocities from ever happening again, but in fact is just another way to ensure that no one can profit who is not mammonite approved. It will probably require all banks and private institutions to pay this new institution all kinds of prohibitively-priced tributes, thereby further solidifying the old money system precept of you need money to make money. So far, the effect of the so-called financial crisis has been that the huge mammonite institutions could buy up smaller businesses and banks at bargain prices, and that will also only get worse. This is what is happening and has happened many times inside the mammonite system. Surprise, surprise, the interests of money guard the interests of money, and money is the god of this age. You have free will, even though the options you've been presented with seem more than a little one-sided. It doesn't matter to me what you do, but don't say you weren't warned.

24Oct/100

Had enough yet?

No one can be told what the matrix is. You have to see it for yourself. That phrase makes a hell of a lot more sense for the system of slavery they were actually hinting at, than in the context of the film. The capitalist system—really any money-based lie—is advertised as a system of honest competition and... I won't argue with that. Honest it is, from a certain point of view. You're allowed to know that the blood of this system is money and that whoever holds most has the most power. You're allowed to know that competition is not conductive to huge profit, and that the ability to undermine and destroy any and all competition again is enabled by having the most money. Essentially you get invited to a battle, where your opposition has an army of hired mercenaries with automatic weapons, and you have a pool toy.

This is what's known as the trickle-down economy, and like capitalism, its naming tells the whole story if you're inclined to see it. It's a system where everyone who labours forms the base from which all profit is extracted, which flows to the narrow top of the pyramid where no one does anything except maintain control of the system. The "all-seeing eye" sees what it believes. Not the other way around.But we're not taught to be able to see it in its entirety. We're deluged at every turn by the talking points on the superiority and power of the system. The education industry was designed and founded by the families who've been at the top of the pyramid since it was built, and the media companies are either owned by them outright or are certainly dependant on staying on the good side of those who can afford to advertise most, also them. We're each led to believe that we're special, that we are The One, and that, unlike everyone else, we have no evil inside us. To recognise something in the outside world, we have to recognise it in ourselves first. As a result, seeing the truth of the money system means accepting something about ourselves that no one wants to realise. This, I believe, is what is symbolised by the removed capstone of the masonic pyramid. When we look into the darkness of ourselves, the darkness looks back, and it's a gaze that not everyone can bear.

This system cannot be defeated from the inside. Every now and then we're led into a war against who we're told is enslaving us, but that is just another facet of the system since they also make and sell all the weapons. We were raised to have no imagination, to be unable to visualise something we haven't already seen somewhere else. Since the interests of money guard every exit, we are forced into a world view where there is nothing outside the system. The first step to exiting the system, then, is faith in something better, of which we can only detect faint outlines. The power of the system ends where you no longer play by its rules, but inside its dominion is complete. Whether you want to see it or not, its nature is to take more and more from you and give less and less in return.

The internet is now full of comments from people who feel like they've had enough, asking: What is the time, seer? When will the revolution begin? The revolution we're led to expect will lead to nothing but the rearrangement of the elements below the capstone as it always has, but the pyramid will stay intact and the nature of evil will not change. The revolution that leads finally to our freedom will happen individually, which means that you're reliant on the actions of no one but yourself to achieve this, and that no one can do it for you. Being free of the dominion of evil will mean doing the one thing that all our education has railed against. It will mean stepping boldly from the edge of the system and believing, trusting that there will be something on the other side to meet you. But for most of us, the strength will only come when we have finally had enough.