Saturday, 7 November 2009

Consumer slavery...

Look deep into the rabbit hole, find the motive, see the programming. More than 70% of the American economy is based on consumerism. This is a beast we are speaking of, it lives and is directed for the benefit of an end game. We think we are free of mind. We are not, our thoughts are provoked. Mankind has been deliberately enslaved by debt due to rampant consumerism. The corporate Illuminati structure manipulate the mass media with subliminal programming. People are consuming without understanding the why of it. If you don't think you are being programmed try this little experiment.

For a six month period track the spending of your household. Cut off the television and radio for the second half of the year and see if your household consumption naturally ebbs.

Three times in my life I have lost everything I owned. I can confidently tell you each experience was a fantastic catharsis. Gone from my life are the trinkets and baubles of my past, photos, diplomas, gadgets and widgets all gone. In lieu of the superfluous expenditures my family finds other addictions like books and music.

Herein lies the motive, they don't want you to expand your mind, the power structure want abeyance and control. The more money you spend buying a home and all the toys and trinkets the more you find debt. " In debt we trust " becomes the mantra of the twenty first century. How does the average Joe spend his time? Working for at least forty hours per week becomes the norm, tack on another five or so hours for transportation. After meeting the demands of the home, only a few hours per day are left for reflection.

Big boss has another idea. Instead of reflection let's program people to occupy their " spare time " with frivolous entertainment like television and gaming. Look around people, how many average Joe citizens choose to pick up a book with the intent to expand consciousness? The economy of the world is being held together by momentum and programming.

Fear is the greatest commodity being pumped into our brains and most people can't even see how it separates us from the power of ONEness.

Go ahead, pay your next cable TV bill, but while you do, know that you are buying fear and paying the man to program your brain. Breaking the addictive programming is not easy. It all starts with seeing the motives and choosing to fight the system. Believe me when I say World War III is now. The war is for the ability of the individual to maintain integrity and control over his/her mind. The corporate Illuminati structure are making great leaps and bounds with mind control, RFID chipping, HAARP and mass media mind programming are just three examples of the new weapons of war. You have a choice, you can take the blue pill or the red pill. You can break free of the matrix. Each person needs to wake up to the reality of war. If you allow them to program you then are you not complicit in giving away your freedom? Fear is the commodity, give it back to them. Step out of the commercial matrix and liberate your mind.

Namaste, my brethren, freedom from slavery.


  1. For my part, I am fortunate enough to have been raised in a television-free environment. Instead of TV and video games, I occupied my spare time with books and other more or less constructive pastimes. Nevertheless, I still have often found myself giving in to fear and disempowerment. The programming is that pervasive in our society. I shudder to think of the devastation wreaked upon the psyches of those who are so addicted to the programming that they hardly know anything else.

    It is so important to tune out of the fear, the useless, distracting noise, and just listen to our truth. Truth speaks in moments of quietude and reflection. It is essential to practice being in awareness of one's own thoughts, to learn to recognize which thoughts come from ourselves and which ones are just echoes of the signals being beamed at us. There are both positive and negative signals, and certainly the negative prevails in mass media, but awareness is able to use both in the service of self-growth. And we can say "thanks, but no thanks" to the signals that we have no use for. That's what the "off" switch on the TV is for. :)

    As for the accumulation of "stuff," I fully agree with your take on losing it all. I haven't faced anything more catastrophic than a hard drive failure years ago, but I experienced that as a cleansing. Recently, due to computer problems, I evacuated all my files onto removable media, wiped the hard drive, and reinstalled both operating systems. I find I'm not so ready to move all that "stuff" back onto my newly pristine machine. I'm also in a continual, slow process of getting rid of the things I don't need. DVDs, LEGO bricks, old school papers, old worn-out clothes. If I don't have a use for it, why keep it around? It's just clutter.

    There's a parallel between these material cleansing processes and the inner cleansing process, isn't there? They seem to go hand in hand. :D

  2. I get that video games are a generational thing, but there's an interesting synchronicity in the use of "Big Boss" as the voice behind consumerist distraction. If you have the opportunity, I'd recommend taking some time to look at the issues addressed in the Metal Gear series of games. It follows a hypothetical US intelligence branch, with an overarching plot with very holistic viewpoints on the military-industrial complex. The last game to feature the primary protagonist Snake spent a lot of time discussing private military companies, disenchantment and growing obsolescence of active agents and soldiers, PTSD, and the manner in which the military markets war to youths. The game provides a paradox, a video game that explains how most video games pacify and distract.

  3. I agree BCth, there is a link between material and spiritual cleansing. The act of releasing the emotional connection to all such illusion is a great benefit. I think the more we escape the need to fill our life with material widgets the more we open the door to our spiritual self. The horror of consumerism is reflected in the programming.

    Namaste, my brother BCth, best regards.

  4. Cool Ben, I really like the sound of that game. The games are for the most part designed to program and distract the youth of today. Often we forget to observe and comment on the world we see our children consumed by. I too enjoy video games RPG and such. I am however trying to greatly pare down such distractions. Getting rid of the TV has been a wonderful change. I hope to replace the gaming with simple things like reading, writing, learning and painting. I think there is a great deal of opportunity to combine the magic of spiritual gnosis with game formatting. I would like to see a game based on the war currently going on between the Illuminati brokers of fear and the underground evolver warriors espousing the truth of love.

    Namaste, my brother Ben, evolver warrior