First principle of mind control: the invisible

First principle of mind control: the invisible

by Jon Rappoport

March 7, 2015

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This article is a prelude to my collection, Exit From The Matrix. I invite you to read about the unique contents of the collection here.

Okay.

There are certain obvious facts about mind control that are not emphasized.

Controlling the mind…what does that entail? What does it really mean?

For one thing, it means limiting the capacity of the mind, so that it remains unaware of certain vital things.

“Remains unaware”=“blocked off from.”

A person who is blocked off from certain truths ABOUT HIMSELF will remain unaware of those truths.

And most importantly, he will deny that he is blocked off. Of course. What else would you expect?

“I’m not blocked off from anything. That’s ridiculous. I know about myself.”

If a person has been subjected to mind control, by external programming, or ultimately by programming he himself has installed, he will naturally claim he’s not under mind control.

The most important form of mind control limits the innate POTENTIAL OF A PERSON, LIMITS HIS CAPACITIES, LIMITS HIS PERCEPTION, LIMITS HIS POWER.

That’s what mind control is all about, at the core.

But…that person won’t perceive that his innate power has been limited. He won’t consciously know it. He’ll deny it.

THAT’S WHY IT’S CALLED MIND CONTROL.

In the abstract, let’s say that a person has a certain kind of power; we’ll call it X.

But he’s blocked off from realizing that fact.

If you begin talking to him about that power X, his response will be:

“Well, maybe some people have that power, but I don’t.”

Or: “Nobody has that X power. It doesn’t exist. It’s a fantasy.”

Or: “Who cares about that X power? Why would anybody want it? I’m happy with what I have.”

These are all forms of denial.

As an exaggerated example, let’s say that, out of a population of 10 billion people, only 100,000 are using both hands. Everybody else is using only their right hands.

You talk to one of these right-hand-only people about “the left hand,” and he says: “Well, maybe a few people have the talent to use their left hands, but I don’t. Hell, using the left hand is probably just a fantasy. Nobody can do it. And anyway, why should anyone want to use his left hand? What good would that be? I get along fine using my right hand…”

Mind control. Unaware. Blocked off.

That person doesn’t see his own limitation. The limitation is invisible to him.

He might say, “Well, when I was a child, I can remember a few times when I used my left hand. It was a fantastic feeling. But after I turned sixteen, I couldn’t use my left hand anymore. It’s something for kids. It goes away. Then you have to learn reality. You’re only going to use your right hand. Get used to it. That’s life. That’s what growing up means. That’s what adulthood means. No more fantasies. No more nostalgia…”

Where do these “right-hand-only” people come from?

They come from every corner and stratum of life. Some use religion, some use economics, some use their own artificial sense of deprivation, some even use science to bolster their “right-hand-only” idea.

Something in them is lurking below the surface:

They don’t want anyone to stand out from the “right-hand-only” group, the mass, the swamp, the collective. Because the presence of someone who is separate could trigger alarm bells:

An individual with power and his own singular creative vision can exist—he is “using-both-hands.”

These collectivists want you to believe you’re just a drop of water in the great ocean, and you’re like everyone else.

Membership in their club is free. At first. Then you have to surrender everything you have, everything you are, everything you could be.

In their ritual of joining, people are presented a sword on which is inscribed: “I’m good because other people think so.”

The collectivists of this world carry water for their masters, who in turn find bigger and better manipulators to serve. It’s a cacophony of madness, envy, and immolation posing as success.


Exit From the Matrix


Creative power is what I’m talking about here. Imagination and creative power. Those are the “both-hands” people. They invent, they don’t parrot.

In their world, one person doesn’t live in the shadow of another. The creator finds his own way.

We are supposed to think limitation by committee is a viable concept. This is a surpassing fairy tale that assumes the proportions of a cosmic joke.

What are the limits of individual creative power?

The Matrix is every form and fashion and venue and person that tries to limit creative power.

Whereas the free individual with power can and does exceed those limits.

The free individual with creative power knows what the individual is, as distinct from the group, and how distinct from the group the individual can actually become.

Not as a cold lifeless being, but as a dynamic powerhouse pursuing his creative goals.

The truth, if we could see it that way, is that such individuals gain a new relationship to the world. They bring energy to it, they bring innovative ideas and inventions and new startling kinds of beauty. Not because they are in thrall to humanity, not because they feel compelled to serve.

And what they create spills over its borders and ignites the imaginations of those ready and able to respond.

There is no ceiling on creative power.

No ceiling.

Exiting the Matrix is all about imagination, and creative power.

The power to invent new realities.

New futures.

Some people know they have that power and are using it every day. Other people have had glimpses of it in themselves. And others deny it and claim they don’t even understand what it means.

“Imagination? Creative power? Maybe a few people have it. Hell, it’s probably just a fantasy. It doesn’t really exist. And what difference does it make? I don’t need those things. I’m doing fine. I know what I am. I’m not unaware. I’m not blocked off…”

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 NoMoreFakeNews.com or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

7 comments on “First principle of mind control: the invisible

  1. jarrodschneider says:

    The most efficient way to control human consciousness is to collectivize it; to build a social environment called “modern civilization” that encourages as many people as possible to adhere to a cult of consensus ideas specifically designed to limit individual potential.
    Such ideas form the “bricks” that wall people off from their true individual potential and these “bricks” are held together with “mortar” comprised of a cement-like mixture of the following principles:

    Us vs. Them – You and all the people who think and behave like you are doing it right; everybody else is doing wrong

    Group Think – A system of thought whereby individuals reach consensus conclusions without independent evaluation. Maintaining group consensus is more important than personally achieving results and/or evolving

    Surrendering Individuality – The group is always considered to be more important than the individual

  2. From Québec says:

    Religions are probably the number one form of mind control.

    Who invented religions? Men in power.
    Who wrote religious books? Men in power.

    Why? To brainwash people into slavery and obedience, to divide and conquer.

    Every religious person I know, hate other religions than their own.
    Every religious person I know, is sure he has the truth, basing his assumption on absolutely nothing.

    A lot of religious people do not want to use their imagination to create new realities, they feel they would be competing against their God.

    I’m not saying that there is no God, I’m saying that nobody knows for sure if there is a God. But one thing is sure: All religious books are pure BS.

    • Michael Burns says:

      The real power of language; the art of the fluid expression of imagined. The power of the simile, metaphor and the story telling…ya gotta be Irish Jon.
      I did a check and the O’Rappoports were an ancient lost tribe from Tara. They were known for their gift of the gab.

      We must start with our speech to each other, it is mind control in expression. Hardened restrictive energy which sucks life from the host. And imposes on the spoken to… words of ‘Newspeak’ and the collectivist mind. Which further close and shut down the opposed.
      Words can help another open. Words can dissolve Newspeak.

    • Michael Burns says:

      God is an excuse for fear of real freedom; a reason for self-righteousness; why a sword is made.
      The institutionalized respect of another’s religious belief…is not freedom and fairness in action, but more mind control.

      “Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, just as it is the spirit of a spiritless situation. It is the opium of the people.”
      -Karl Marx

  3. D and J Oldfield says:

    BRILIANT TRUTH , JON KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

    david oldfield

  4. Bob Pegram says:

    Actually, not believing in the biblical principles held by the founders of the U.S. is part of the mind control. Government schools (the proper name) prevent the fair discussion of any ideas that claim a higher – or even equal – authority.
    Either morality is from a source higher than man, or it is a relativistic, subjective, changing standard. That is why the U.S. Constitution is viewed as an evolving document by many liberal judges. They don’t believe in any unchanging, binding, moral standard.

  5. From Québec says:

    “Either morality is from a source higher than man, or it is a relativistic, subjective, changing standard.”

    Why does it have to be from a higher man???????????
    Every sain human knows what morality is in his mind.

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