posted on Jun, 5 2009 @ 01:49 AM
I agree with a couple things in the posts so far.
The OP makes reference to sheeple, as many have come to do. I think or hope it is not because they are trying to dehumanize people who may not be
aware of certain things, but more to generalize those who are the hard core consumer group that is blinded of everything but commercialism.
I know I was what many refer to as a sheeple or a *sherson* when I was growing up. It seemed like everyone around me was in the same mind set, young,
old and in between. I remember talking to older people when I was a teenager and them laughing some of the ideas and thoughts off because they came
from the mind of a youth.
I was brought up in, what I consider, a normal middle class home and was submerged into the buy, buy, buy mentality. Ignorant to many things that
were really happening.
It amazes me, now that I have woken up a bit, how many people are still in this mentality. Many, many people have been so busy living their
day-to-day lives with families, jobs, and everything that comes along with it that they haven't had time to look around and and wake up.
The government, media, and technology are three big factors in this. They train us, from a young age, to trust and believe the government. They
condition us to desire certain social status and to achieve it through vanity and materialism.
I-Pods, Cell-Phone computers, flat-screen t.v.s, and laptops/pc/mac, are just a few things that are used to feed us our medicine to keep us asleep.
While big government and corporations go about raiding your families salary by making you believe you need this stuff.
This type of program is not new. Governments have been bankrupted countries throughout history by keeping the general population on the edge of
poverty while amassing all the fruits of the land.
When things get too serious and people start to catch on throw a war their way and give them something to bite into.
Democrat and Republican. Has anyone ever heard of 'Divide and Conquer'? This is a way to divide the government (and the people), give the private
sector some feeling of control, while firmly tightening the grip around the countries collective neck.
I could go on, but I am ranting at this point - for that I apologize.
The second thing I agree with in the post is the subject of OBE or Out of Body Experience. Years ago I would have called anyone a nut case who even
spoke about this out loud. I would not have believed it to be real, it just sounds way too new age.
Everyone who has ever lived, or who will live, should be allowed to experience this aspect of life. It is real. Anyone is capable of experiencing
OBE. If you haven't experienced it, you should look into some of the techniques used to experience this and give it a try.
It will blow your mind.
[edit on 5-6-2009 by esteay812]