Don’t Be Surprised
If we are prepared, we can see ‘it’ coming. Everything follows cycles, and history does repeat itself.
Whatever someone says, it can have the opposite effect, and it’s meant to.
If we’re surprised, we were not prepared.
Conspiracies are created to hide the conspiracies.
Don’t be naive and surprised.
Did they land on the moon or not? It’s possible that they both landed on the moon and also created the scenario in a studio. Think that couldn’t happen? The landing was a political statement to show superiority, and the photos were important to prove success. Cameras don’t always work, so backup footage could be needed, just in case, and offer a plausible justification for the setup. Can secrets be kept? Of course, if the incentive and pressure is great enough – and people could sign an NDA or an official secrets act.
Now the added bonus: we know that confusion creates theories, leading to more confusion. Don’t be naive and surprised. Don’t take sides, as some things we will never know. And people forget, as more deceptions are on their way.
If people are confused and divided, anything can be achieved. Don’t be surprised at strange bed-fellows (those closely connected who meet in secret). Big business and politics are inseparable bed-fellows … scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours. But at what price?
- “Alas, the storm is come again!
- My best way is to creep under his gaberdine;
- there is no other shelter hereabout:
- misery acquaints a man with strange bed-fellows.”
The Tempest” 1610
- When we realise the reality game,
– that we can be persuaded to believe anything –
- The only reality is consciousness:
everything else is either a teaching, or fodder for the herd.