Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Welcome To My Dark Corner

Greetings! Welcome to my dark little corner of the Internet. If you find yourself here you are not the average surfer. If you ponder my words I write, you are looking for something more than you are getting from mainstream media propaganda. I call it the way I see it here. You will find no ads here for shit you have to pay for. I make no claims of saving your soul or your ass. You have to figure out how to do that for yourself, if you care to.

So let the games begin. My first premise here is if you really want to understand what is happening on our planet, you must first understand why you are here. I don't know why your here, but I'm here to observe, experience, and report. I am not affiliated with any political group, religion, organization, or nefarious agenda. I make my money solely by working in a factory on third shift. My research, writing, music, and artwork are done for personal reasons and are not affiliated with money. I do not like to mix the two as it always seems to lead to trouble. No one pays me for anything other than honest work. Thus my opinion is solely my own, and my intent is always the pursuit of shining a light upon truth. Take what you will from that. Always view all material with a discerning eye. Believe nothing lest it be proven to you beyond the shadow of a doubt. I have adopted the philosophy that contempt prior to investigation is the quickest path to ignorance.

In my view, ignorance is the primary enemy. Ignorance is the enabler in chief to oppression. Knowing people are not easily oppressed. Ignorant people freely lock themselves up and throw away their key. Such is the human condition. The litmus test is simple. The knowing I speak of is the knowing of self. When society freely embraces knowing themselves on an individual basis we have what is known as a renaissance, or a cultural revival. When ignorance reigns supreme we experience dark ages. Guess where we are now?

Natural cycles promote and enhance these human tendencies. Upon careful inspection we can find a complete loop system of interacting exchanges that drive the rise and fall of civilizations. Looking to the not so distant past we can see that dramatic shifts in nature always coincide with dramatic shifts in humanity. One common theme seems to be the perceived control of nature by humanity always precipitates the counter balancing of nature rebelling to such presumptions. The litmus test again is very simple. The amount of destruction whether human or natural is always increased in dark ages. Guess where we are now?

Have you ever noticed a person who is totally consumed with trying to control others? Many times these people are convinced if only everyone did things their way, or believed in their political system, or believed in their god, that everything would be good. Dark ages are always full of attempts to control or oppress one another. There is also an abundance of rules, regulations, laws, and correct ways of doing things. In this area I do consider myself a master of non compliance. In the dark ages of ignorance, destruction, and oppression it is simple to be a master of non compliance. When you see the distant dust cloud of the thunderous herd, always run in the opposite direction! What does the dust cloud on the horizon tell you about where we are now?

So you wake up one moment only to find yourself smack dab in the middle of a dark age, what the fuck do you do now? Crying out for Mr. Wizard to bring you back wont help. It hasn't worked for me anyway. You could try the when in Rome theory but .......yeah, not so much. The only thing left to do is be yourself by knowing yourself. Don't be afraid of living your truth. Speak the truth and you won't win any popularity contests, but you will empower yourself with the most awesome force in the multi verse. The only force that can bring an abrupt end to a dark age. Guess where we are right now? .................Wait for it..............oh look there in Iceland, and oh in the U.K. and Greece and Ireland and Egypt and Wisconsin? You never know where it will pop up!

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