Good Day AKMucho appreciation for your blog!I thought below might be interesting to explore considering a couple of your recent posts. I would hope most would not get bogged down in left vs right silliness, but rather explore the totality of what is happening from a mass mind control standpoint. Are we being aware enough to transcend manipulation? Even the "aware" are dramatically susceptible, sometimes more so. There is an old saying....we don't know what we don't know. A tip of the hat to that statement is a great space to be in as we review our thoughts, choices, emotions, and everything that is our lives and world. I once had Greg Hoag muscle test me with a drink glass leaned against some books. The mind was disturbed enough that my arm went down dramatically. How much impact are we having as we bath ourselves each day in disturbing, chaotic, non-supportive images (knowingly or unknowingly)? What do we place in our lives as its all impactful?http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/the-basis-of-mass-mind-control/ - The basis of mass mind control is image + feeling We can also use this information positively in our life, but when not aware.....yikes! http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/07/27/america-the-society-of-deception-hard-evidence-of-mass-mind-control/ - Interesting piece you posted that is worth revisiting. What a testament to the power of mass mind control to see it displace the memory of a populace. I would venture to say that even those that understand what transpired do not understand what was lost at least temporarily from memory. What else are we, even those with considerable awareness, not seeing clearly? Much in the way of disclosure can be used to manipulate people. Its like a release valve...pressure builds and then someone seemingly gives a voice to one's issue. The release valve lets out the anger and frustration and the person no longer feels a need to address the issue themselves. The MSM friend now "has their back". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdtqtfXdR-c - PJTV: The Power & Danger of Iconography. "The power of an icon is in its ability to provoke a subconscious response. Advertising has a term for this sort of response, its called branding".http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi?read=117056 - Hillary and upside down stars on a flag.http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=Y_P1LCeDmpM - Steering clear of specific feelings about our president, the real opportunity is for one to ask oneself what images is my mind receiving when viewing this flag (without emotion getting in the way)? What historical images are embedded in our mind and could be evoked by today's imagery? The US flag was created very intricately from a symbolism standpoint.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHE0Oh7iFck - Obama's face on a US flag at FL Democratic Party HQ. This video is direct from one of our ever dangerous MSM outlets peddling the left/right theater, but one has to ask the question.....where exactly are we being asked to go with all this imagery? http://billwhittle.net/?page_id=59 - an example of a populace completely divided via some really odd assessments that are used to the max by both political parties. Are we aware of the realities of what we are hitching our wagon? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyQjr1YL0zg - Derren Brown - what if the images werent so obvious? Most of us actually do realize we are being bombarded by images via our TV viewing, internet surfing, and driving down the street yet we continue on!! What a testament to mind control!! Flickering screens have the country in a trance and represent unique opportunities to push images and amplify their impact. Children have Pavlovian responses while using computers and getting a positive response to their answering a question. What does it say about us that we hand our children off to a govt for a minimum of 12 years to be "educated"?To our liberation from all that shackles us!
WoW! Never even noticed that. They really slipped that one by us. Fortunately, their behavior and ethics shift did not get past me. Thanks for posting Kabuki.
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