posted on Dec, 13 2010 @ 08:53 AM
Imagine, what if there was a control matrix, however, what if the plug was pulled, perhaps we would all go mad, our minds would take over, we would
start to hallucinate and basically go crazy. Perhaps, people with mental disorders are people that have managed to "free" themselves from the
system, only to confront themselves in a mirror. Do you notice how we have to be "taught" how to be "good", how we have to "learn" how to get
along with each other, how we have to fight good and evil, light and dark, how we have so many problems, diseases, disorders. How we are unecessarily
cruel, and how we are also pathetically fearful? How we go through so many issues growing up, so many injustices, so many contradictions. How we all
feel "empty" like something is missing? Do you notice how we have to be "saved" by religion, as if there is something "wrong" with us, and it is
somehow our "fault" for not being perfect, and whenever we challenge this, we are confronted with all these doctrines of "karma" and "free will"
and some kind of "divine plan" or "universal game". Why, why can't we just exist, born naturally, our instincts guiding us correctly, work
together, build, unify, prosper. Why do we feel like a bunch of insects thrown into a tank, or animals caught in a cage?
Perhaps, the control matrix, the mind control, perhaps it is protecting our minds, remember a while ago, most people could think negative thoughts,
usually had very confused minds, accepted a variety of evils, and many people were supersitious, and "haunted" by many various demons and other such
fears. My mind is open, my soul reaches to the bottom, I "remember" a time when I was just like the animals, in harmony, that part of me never
forgets. However, perhaps, the things that I take for granted, perhaps, if the average person were to be "unplugged" from the system, perhaps they
would fall into a state of primitive fear, become aggressive, uncontrollable, all the knowledge could be just a kind of computer matrix, a kind of
So, in light of this, could tearing down the system be a bad thing, like pandoras box? Could those that are restricted by the system be a kind of
"trade-off" - like dolphins accidentally caught in a fish net? Its hard to explain, but when I look at the real world, through my real eyes, I see
darkness, I see cruelty all around me, however, the people seem to be in a trance, somehow protected, protected from themselves.