But the designers of the Reality Machine are smart like that, by exploiting our basic needs to keep the machine running. I know so from experience now that I’ve become an outcast from that fabricated reality. There’s no one else around… and that’s a hard situation to be in. It’s unnatural, it’s actually unsustainable. The makers of the machine must have known that. (and how prophetic almost of Pink Floyd when they wrote the song “Welcome to the Machine” back in the …. 70ies? Wow. )
Looking at the Reality Machine
by Jon Rappoport
October 23, 2015
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)
Any reality machine would want to disguise itself. It would want to protect its identity. After all, it is posing as something else. It’s posing as Life.
On the other hand, imagination accepts the existence of the Machine and its disguises. Imagination understands that certain people want One Reality and don’t want imagination.
Good reality, bad reality, wonderful reality, final reality, ultimate reality—imagination understands these are all variations on the theme of One Reality. The Big Lie.
The most convincing One is spiritual, of course. The great destination and fulfillment. The last stop on the train. Here we are. Get off now. You’re where you’ve always wanted to be. Good luck.
The Reality Machine saves the best for last. If you connect to the Machine, you’ll…
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