posted on Mar, 9 2019 @ 05:23 PM
The ‘educated’ population is practically forced to put so much brain power into learning their field and profession that most are missing out on
the prime time to be asking more questions rather than mindlessly absorbing information shoved down their throats in order to be successful and
wealthy within society. I’ll try keeping this short.
We’re privileged to have to first few years of thought and discovery in life primarily influenced by parental figures, but after that it’s all
down the drain. Not to say that what is taught in schools and universities is not important; but rather that freedom of thought and an independent
mind is subliminally (in some cases actively) discouraged. But as long as one thinks and discovers within their coloring book lines it’s all
Then after the next 15 – 20 years of indoctrination of education to be a functional cog in society, we’ve been trained in a field or profession.
Unfortunately those first 20 years are some of the most important years of learning. About life, not about being worker bees.
The point is that everyone spends so much time in being educated with what they personally decide to be in order to land a good position within the
machine; their knowledge of else becomes extremely limited and compartmentalized.
Imagine a 360® circle. Everyone begins at the center, and throughout life they chose a ‘degree’ and travel towards the edge of the circle within
their single degree. Although one may eventually be an expert within their compartmentalized area of information*, how much do they really know about
the other 359 angles of the circle? Plus there are actually thousands, if not millions areas of knowledge, not a few hundred. Americans especially are
guided down a direction with Blinders to avert attention forward and not side to side. This creates an easily manipulable population. And this thread
isn’t even approaching actual social manipulation, but rather the structure for such.
And the cherry on top: the people who see outside of the circle generally have a more all-encompassing belief system, but also makes life more
difficult seeing the machine for what it is and our place in it.
We’re all prodded into compartmentalized cells, and while we may get to know every aspect of that single cell over time, there are thousands we know
nothing about. Food for thought while trying to assign structure to the machine.
edit on 9-3-2019 by DoctorX11 because: typos