Are You the One?

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Posted on Facebook …

“When you find out you are deeply immersed in a simulation and you’d prefer to avoid a schizophrenia diagnosis by muggles who don’t know you’re an immortal multidimensional entity.”

Underneath the text was the picture of a man reading a book titled, “How to Pretend to Be Normal.”

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According to Adano Ley …

“What did they do for centuries? They fed you spiritual pablum. Soul is the monitoring principle within yourself, learning to relate to WHAT you are.”

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According to Wu Dang Chen …

“It comes down to the bottom question. Are you the One? Are you the One to ride the Dragon?”

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According to Morpheus (played by Laurence Fishburne in the 1999 film The Matrix) …

“You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. Remember, all I’m offering is the truth, nothing more.””

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Robert Guffey (“Synchronistic Linguistics in The Matrix,” Paranoia: The Conspiracy Reader, Winter 2000) wrote …

“Morpheus offers Neo two pills, one red and one blue, an obvious parallel to the ‘Drink Me’ sequence in Alice in Wonderland. After he swallows the red pill Neo begins to, in Jack True’s terms, ‘wake up,’ (i.e., return to the first nature). The effects of the illusion of visual space slipping away from Neo is presented as an experience akin to an hallucinatory trip on LSD. Neo reaches out for a mirror, which represents visual space. To his surprise the mirror begins to dissolve and his fingers slip through the glass as if it’s made of viscous liquid.”

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Stephen Faller (Beyond the Matrix: Revolutions and Revelations, 2004) wrote …

“He’s most famous for the maxim, ‘I think, therefore I am,’ and the ideas around that phrase take us to the philosophical mainframe of the Matrix. How do we know what is real? Descartes even went so far as to suggest that an evil genius could deceive each of our five senses and that everything we think we are seeing could be a grand delusion. Sounds just like the Wachowski brothers, right?”

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William Irwin (“Computers, Caves, and Oracles: Neo and Socrates,” The Matrix and Philosophy, 2002) wrote …

“The only thing worse than a prison for your mind would be a prison for your mind you didn’t know you were in, a prison from which, therefore, you would have no urge to escape. How would a person in such a prison even recognize if he were set free?”
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'Are You the One?' have 3 comments

  1. July 5, 2019 @ 5:15 pm Atom

    The Ultimate Head Hack = Body Dowsing (Mind Reading For the Millions)

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Mind-Reading

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  2. July 5, 2019 @ 5:17 pm Atom

    According to “Killing cancer cells with acid reflux,” Science Daily, Mar. 7, 2013 …

    “Chemistry professor Kevin Belfield used a special salt to make cancer cells more acidic – similar to the way greasy foods cause acid reflux in some people. He used a light-activated, acid-generating molecule to make the cells more acidic when exposed to specific wavelengths of light, which in turn kills the bad cells. The surrounding healthy cells stay intact.”

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  3. July 5, 2019 @ 5:18 pm Atom

    Paul McCartney (in Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now, by Barry Miles, 1997) explained …

    “The idea behind ‘Why Don’t We Do It in the Road’ came from something I’d seen in Rishikesh. I was up on the flat roof meditating and I’d seen a troupe of monkeys walking along in the jungle and a male just hopped on to the back of this female and gave her one, as they say in the vernacular. Within two or three seconds he hopped off again, and looked around as if to say, ‘It wasn’t me,’ and she looked around as if there had been some minor disturbance but thought, Huh, I must have imagined it, and she wandered off. And I thought, bloody hell, that puts it all into a cocked hat, that’s how simple the act of procreation is, this bloody monkey just hopping on and hopping off. There is an urge, they do it, and it’s done with. And it’s that simple. We have horrendous problems with it, and yet animals don’t.”

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