Power Outside The Matrix: beyond mind control
by Jon Rappoport
January 10, 2015
There are two major effects of overall mind control.
The first is the distracting and confusing of thought processes.
This is defeated and kept at bay by logic, a discipline employed by Plato 2,400 years ago and refined by his student, Aristotle.
Today, logic needs to be expanded and updated to deal with the flood of information and misinformation we encounter every day.
For example, degrees of probability, rather than absolute certainty, must be considered, where vital data are being concealed from us.
The second overall effect of mind control is the repression of the individual’s creative impulse. Creation and imagination are, of course, the energies that bring about the invention of new realities.
All forms of mind control target the individual so that he accepts the reality presented to him.
Taken together, logic and imagination…
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