Henery X (long)
Programming Is Everywhere
The Matrix Isn’t A Place, It’s A State Of Mind
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Television “programming” isn’t the only way, “they,” control our minds. The other ways are more subtle, and it’s these ways that do the most harm. — Henery X
Have you ever asked yourself who the mysterious, “they,” are? You know, the ones whose opinions are so powerful, we adopt them without hesitation or question. The ones whose opinions matter more than our own, which should concern us, but it doesn’t in the slightest. If we stop and think about it, they’ve mapped out how we should live our entire life. Wow! I mean, are they the Most High? Or are they undeserving wannabe demigods’, who only have what’s best for them in mind? Questions we should be asking ourselves when it comes to following the opinions of people, whose identities we can only speculate about.
Their primary objective is to control ever aspect of spiritual beings having a human experience, experiences.
Programming is everywhere but when we know where to look, we can begin the process of not only deprogramming our minds, but safeguarding them as well. The place where programming is most present is in the definition of words. Definitions are opinions, which were made popular by the masses. Popularity is established by the, “majority rule,” ideology. How words are defined is how we’ll use them in our daily activities, which is what, “they,” knew all along. Example, the word black is defined in a not so pleasant manner, while the word white is defined as if it's the word that birthed all other words. When you control how things will be presented, you can ensure things are presented as you see fit. My problem with definitions is why I create acronyms, which is my way of redefining words. What’s in a word? A deeper, more acceptable meaning. I asked myself, “What makes someone else’s opinion more popular than mine?” If they can define words, then so can I, and, so can you.
Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely. — Lord Acton (1834–1902)
“They,” know the average person isn’t going to look this deep off into things, so, “they,” hide their deception in plain sight. And for those who eventually see what’s real, “they,” don’t care, as long as the numbers don’t overshadow those who haven’t seen.
When we know better, we can and should do better.
Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge my offering.
Remember. I’m not here to convince you to believe. I’m here to offer you something else to consider.
May we never lose our desire to outdo what we’ve already done.
Peace, Love, and the utmost Respect.
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