You will be artists

You will be artists

by Jon Rappoport

January 10, 2015


The machine wants to take you to a room where everything you might believe or could believe is reduced to marshmallow fluff.

The machine wants to give you a smug face and a minor education in minor matters. It wants to make you feel satisfied and overfed.

The machine keeps telling you about salvation tomorrow or the destruction of the world tomorrow. Ultimate rescue, ultimate fate. The spiritual food of yokels.

The machine wants to watch you, because it has nothing better to do. It wants you to construct a profile of yourself that mirrors its profile of you.

The machine wants you to obey only because that is the ultimate distraction from doing what you would otherwise do.

The machine wants you to believe in the one and only space and time, as a fully-fledged customer of the continuum. The machine wants you to get down on your knees and worship the universe.

The machine wants you to speak the same flat clicking language everyone else speaks.

Exit From the Matrix

The machine wants you to think you have awakened from one uniform trance that is not your own.

The machine wants you to think you know everything worth knowing.

The machine wants you to stay with your god forever.

The machine wants you to recognize only what you have already recognized.

The machine wants you to remain addicted to what others have already invented.

The machine wants you to build a wall between what you can feel and what you can’t feel.

Then the machine will retire.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

10 comments on “You will be artists

  1. William Evarts says:

    The machine wants you to believe you are a machine.

  2. John says:

    Nice try, but you missed on several counts. Your logic also disagrees with your ending ‘Then the machine will retire.’ The machine never retires because it is endlessly control hungry and cannot stop. However, no machine built by man ever lasts forever except in the movies (like the Matrix). The machine will eventually break down, an end-product of its own fanatical programming and flaws in design.

    The squeaky wheel gets the grease. No, just withhold the oil and watch it burn up or seize up. Nothing we can build lasts forever.

    • young turkish researcher says:

      Actually my friend,the machine stands for the ego here I think. Which will eventually break down or lead to malfunction at some point and let individual find out what this all thing really is about.

  3. Ultrawoman says:

    Good article!!!

  4. From Québec says:

    I was sitting in a coffee shop one day, waiting for my friend painting exposition to open up, when I bumped into an old friend that I hadn’t seen in a very long time.

    We sat together and shared some old memories of our youth days. After a while, I asked him if he would like to come with me to see my friend’s incredible stunning paintings.

    He said: “Hey… I’m an intellectual and I understand nothing about paintings”.
    I said well, I could teach you a bit.

    He replied almost proudly: “Thanks, but no thanks”.

    He wasn’t interested at all. Being an intellectual was enough for him…. lol

  5. Homer says:

    (Great Post Jon, Thanks)!
    The Immortal Artist/The Unconnected Individual -vs- The machine
    The machine wants a 4 x 4, paint by numbersesque self-portrait painted in one days time.
    The Immortal Artist/The Unconnected Individual lays out a 40 x 40 Pollockesque portrait when he feels it’s time, his time, OT. The machine responds by spitting out one last copy of ‘Chicken Soup for The Yokel Soul’, next it scrambles to analyze the Artist’s portrait, it goes fucking kaput… retired, Forever.

  6. ozziethinker says:

    I totally agree, Jon.

    That is one of the reasons why I decoded the mechanics and machinations of existence as the introduction and first part of my book, “Dimensions, Deceptions & Demons”. Information will likely surprise.

    I shall deal with spectral connection of what is known as gravity, the electro-magnetic field and the cosmic set up in the next part.


  7. young turkish researcher says:

    Finding out about you and your work is great mr Rappoport, thanks for sending out and sharing great articles. I am looking forward to get your other works (matrix revealed etc.) as soon as I earn some money this month.

  8. blakmira says:

    “The machine wants you to stay with your god forever.” — Well, only as long as that “god” is man-made science instead of nature.
    The machine wants you to worship man’s science and reject the healing power of plants, which is why every single entheogenic sacred plant that provides wisdom and offers glimpses into the soul and Beyond has been made illegal.
    The machine doesn’t want you to realize that there is a Higher Intelligence than the creeps who currently rule this planet.
    The machine doesn’t want you to know that life goes on even after you’re through living it on this filthy, greedy, trivial little planet called Earth.
    The machine has deliberately banned the concept of reincarnation and karma, and wants you to think that if you don’t obey these Earth rulers, you will burn in Hell forever.
    Screw the machine.

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