posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 10:11 PM
"It's time to act" has been on my mind all year. I feel like everything is rapidly coming to a head, and it's sink or swim very soon... so how
the heck do we wake everyone up??
Having only woken up a year or two ago, I can remember what I initially thought of conspiracy theorists. There was the mainstream perception of them,
and the perception based on personal experience. The mainstream one simply lumped them all in one big category of loons, not unlike how we tend to
lump the entire MSM and those who haven't woken up yet into the propaganda bs and "sheeple" categories, respectively.
My personal experience with them involved a friend from high school, who around college time, began becoming really antisocial, took a lot of drugs,
and was generally kind of a drag, even though he was really smart. Any time he "challenged" the mainstream beliefs it just came off like he was
being a pain in the ass rather than informing anyone. Another experience involved me walking through Walgreens, when some random guy in a trench coat
scuffled up to me, said some quiet words I couldn't really understand, and then handed me a strip of paper with the links to prison planet and info
wars on it (I'm not making this up).
I think the mature approach to making this happen for REAL is to step in their shoes and see it from their perspective. Admittedly, it's not quite
as black and white as the Matrix makes it out to be (as awesome as that movie is). Just like not every single MSM story is total crap, not every
underground story is completely reliable and some is outright propaganda as well (or disinfo). Similarly, from THEIR perspective, "waking up"
isn't entirely attractive if they believe it's only clouded with negativity and depression.
So in my opinion, I think what could really pique people's curiosity are the cool stories that aren't being talked about, such as hidden technology,
esoteric knowledge, etc. and then relating THAT to the more general conspiracy that this stuff is being suppressed on purpose. Being a beacon of
light rather than a Debbie Downer (not saying that you're being a downer, I just mean in general). Something that makes people believe that life
could and actually ought to be waaay more awesome than it is now. Once the flame is ignited, they'll seek out the details and discover all the
heavier-to-digest stuff, but initially just getting people hype about something that can make them feel special is probably the best way to do it-- in
fact that's how I got turned on to it all and I think all major paradigm shifts begin in this incredibly simplified way...