posted on Feb, 25 2013 @ 09:27 AM
Anybody remember the music video by Blind Melon called "No Rain"? The little girl in the bee costume. Back when they used to play music videos on
MTV for over 12 hours a day? Sure they still played shows like Beavis and Butthead, and Singled Out with Jenny McCarthy and Chris Hardwick, but there
was a healthy dose of music. That's right, I'm talking about the 90s baby! I used to hate that video, and that song. Now I kinda like it. Rather
nostalgic. And now I can kind of feel the angst after the singer died of heroin overdose and now that I've had more life experiences.
One thing about the bee and hive symbolysm is it is a reminder of what can be accomplished when you have multiple people working towards a common
goal. In our everyday life, people are in competition. Guys who grew up together as a group of best friends will compete over females, people step
over eachother to get ahead in life... But some people organize into groups, or hives, and by working together they accomplish so much more than the
common people. You can fool people so easily by pretending not to be associated or even friends, when in fact you are helping eachother. For example,
a real estate agent who knows she will have a hard time selling a house shows it to someone, and secretly has someone else show up "unexpectedly"
during the walkthrough, all excited and wanting to buy it. Maybe they ask "is this the house that was owned by so and so who buried the gold
somewhere in the backyard. The agent acts like they know something about it, but pretends they either don't want to, or can't legally talk about it,
therefore raising interest in the potential buyer. There are thousands of other ways this is done. And with a larger group committed to "the lie",
the possibilities for deception on many levels grows exponentially... But you need a hive of people who are committed. As committed as a worker bee
is to the queen. Even with only two people you can become rich if you are creative enough and loyal to eachother...