Hey there, Sir Gut:
I think some of you will find yourselves rethinking just what is possible with hypnotism and how susceptible a majority of our population are probably
to include me and you.
No one likes to think about that, though, do they? I see the Brain Trust dissemble and disseminate, and by wrestling the monstrous facts to the
ground as though that will protect from what we the little people are only susceptible to…..
Don't get me wrong; I'm not trying to be all judgemental here. Just mental. (Little attempt at humor, there.)
I'm actually in awe and envious of said Brain Trust of minds that I see and read the workings of, hereabouts. You all amaze me daily. It sucks me
in, in spite of or because of myself, can't quite figure which, just yet. In the end, it doesn't matter, except for there being no end, seemingly.
Which brings me to, how do we break the engineered cycle, once having explained and thoroughly distributed said explanations amongst, at least, the
ATS population, and having something of a consensus that it is
engineered, though I'm not sure there is such a consensus. All the
explanations in threads such as these, are apparent and supported by endless and tireless research, thanks to people and good writers such as you, Sir
Gut, and many others, as well. Even though you all provide the research to back it up, even as you do, I'm not sure you believe it, however, yet.
Can we be mind controlled, and to what extent. It's an endlessly important question, isn't it, said question being rhetorical, of course. Delgado
wasn't even the beginning, and certainly he wasn't the end. Did the beginning begin in 1946-47, perhaps, with Roswell and such incidents? Or was
it before even then? There is research to say that it, in fact, may have begun long before that, even. But here is the thing, and this "thing"
makes mind control and hypnosis, even, pale in comparison: In looking into such matters, it is impossible to disregard the question of "time."
This, imho, is the all important question, for it sets perception of absolutely everything on its ear, end up, legs in the air, arms flailing about, a
virtual and real "hog on ice."
Time. Think about it. Give it your full attention and rest on that. For sure, time is all important, for if our perception of it is "wrong,"
somehow, then everything else, by definition, is "wrong," somehow, as well. For if our accounting of time is off, then we can be sure of nothing
after that realization. Anyone who has experienced the missing or slipped time phenomena can attest to that, as when experiencing such, one wonders
if absolutely everything one has thought of before, during and after was somehow misperceived, as well. If I didn't know what time I really took the
trash out, then I don't know what time it was, really, when I took that shower, and so on….
If we take that micro and apply it to the macro, what have we got?
We've got a circle of time, that we don't even know when to mark as beginning,and if we cannot mark that beginning, then we can't know anything
after that, which by necessity, means everything we thought
we knew, which means what if this weren't "earth," at all, but Mars or some
other haphazard name, because by now everything is haphazard, isn't it? What if we aren't in the Milky Way Galaxy at all, but in Andromeda, and so