Any of you ever think that? Just look in the mirror, and say, “What the hell have you got yourself into?”
Have any of you seen the film, “The Thirteenth Floor”? One of my favorite concepts of that film are going out to the furthest reaches of the city where you live, somewhere you “never” would have ever needed to go during your “video game” life and finding a breach in the program. Like Neo in The Matrix bending the spoon and realizing there is no spoon. Like Jake Sully in Avatar coming to the realization that , sooner or later, you always have to wake up. As in They Live, where once you shatter the hologram machine, everyone can see the aliens walking among us.
I know, it sounds stupid, but take a few moments to contemplate the fact that the people in charge of this Earth are assholes, with no morals, have all the aspects of a raping, burglarizing, criminal, and there doesn’t seem to be any “God” setting them straight.
Plus, the more “entertained” you are the less you learn about why you’re really here. What makes you live. Where you came from. And, why no matter how “good” or how “bad” you are in this life, there really is no retribution or reward. You could literally run around raping, slashing, robbing, murdering everyone you see, and as long as the “law” does not catch you, or as deep as your pockets go, or how prominent your membership in the Masons or Knights is, you never have to pay for your sins. And, as in the opposite, you could live a life of complete modesty, never hurt “anyone”, never steal, rape, murder, or lie, and you seem to end up at the back of the line.
One thing is certain in all this. The elite know these things and behave as if they “know” for a fact there is no retribution and in fact you can live a most horrendous life, and not have to pay for it on the other side. On the other side, you just wake up and step out of your computer simulator machine and pay your bill wish cash or credit, not your soul.
What do you think?
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