Part 2, the Reality salesman makes a house call

Part 2, the Reality salesman makes a house call

by Jon Rappoport

October 4, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)

(For Part 1, click here.)

Hi again, folks. This is your friendly reality salesman, back for another reminder.

In my last message, I mentioned that all the inhabitants of Earth are due for a booster shot of our massively popular Perception Package. These updates occur every 20,000 years.

Our superior product gives you stability, reliability, and a basic foundation of unchanging reality.

Last time, I also mentioned that imagination was the fly in the ointment. Don’t venture into that area; if you do, your Perception Package will deteriorate and lose force.

You may even begin to see “other spaces and times,” and what good is that? No, stick with what you’ve bought, and you’ll remain happy.

Limits make lives. You can fiddle and diddle and experiment within the boundaries of the Package. You can put your faith in all sorts of fairy tales. But in the end, it is your perception along a severely restricted arc of the potential spectrum that gives you comfort and security.

Think of our Package as a gated community, where all your needs are met on-site. Why venture out? Why visit strange places? You’re safe right where you are.

I want to make a clarification re our Information Brochure 405-A2, which, as you know, goes out to all 10 billion subscribers on Earth. A statement on page 567, paragraph 4, has caused a bit of confusion. It reads:

“On other worlds, the inhabitants may perceive space and time differently, but that is because their environments and circumstances vary…”

We received a number of queries about how the perception of space and time could possibly differ from world to world. For example, one person asked, “Are not space and time the same in all places and times?”

The answer is: space and time are functions of perception. Otherwise, why would be selling a Perception Package?

Yes, other experiences of space/time are possible. But for you, the result of treading beyond the Package we have provided is disorientation and danger.

We have calculated “how far you can go.” That is our genius. Trust us. You don’t want to test the limits.

At this time, we are working closely with Earth governments to identify and rescue those who have strayed. Those souls need help, and we are determined to bring them back into the fold.

Life as it exists for you is a series of systems, nothing more. Our Package integrates with these systems. It’s a perfect fit.

DON’T EXPERIMENT WITH THE PACKAGE.

Doing so is symptomatic of a serious disorder.

Our repair and re-ed groups are currently expanding their reach across the planet. Contact us if you sense a problem. Report others who may be in trouble.

How you see reality=our Perception Package=a constant faithful friend and guide.

We are more than a manufacturing and sales organization. We are dedicated to the Good of All.

That dedication keeps us strong in the face of any disruption in service.

Our trained technicians are available 24/7 to take your calls and initiate program reconfigurations.

Remember our first principle: Perception makes the world go ‘round.

Signing off for now. Enjoy today. No matter what may befall you, you’re operating at the optimum level, all things considered. Accept things as they are. This is true enlightenment. We should know; we invented it.


exit from the matrix


“Imagination is a force of nature. Is this not enough to make a person full of ecstasy? Imagination, imagination, imagination. It converts to actual. It sustains, it alters, it redeems!” —Saul Bellow, Henderson the Rain King

“When the imagination sleeps, words are emptied of their meaning.” —Albert Camus

“I believe in intuition and inspiration. Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.” —Albert Einstein

“But imagination gives us the sweet music of tiniest insect wings, enables us to hear, all around the world, the vibration of every needle, the waving of every bole and branch, the sound of stars in circulation like particles in the blood. The Sierra canyons are full of avalanche debris—we hear them boom again, and we read the past sounds from present conditions. Again we hear the earthquake rock-falls. Imagination is usually regarded as a synonym for the unreal. Yet is true imagination healthful and real, no more likely to mislead than the coarse senses. Indeed, the power of imagination makes us infinite.” —John Muir

“Reality can be beaten with enough imagination.” —Mark Twain

“The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless.” —Jean-Jacques Rousseau

“The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself.” —William Blake

“One group, one collective, one unified species—consider the tonnage of propaganda that has been poured into that formula, in order to convince populations that elites want the Good, rather than what they really want: Control. What if the universal concepts of One Space and One Time in One Continuum is, likewise, a basic fraud?” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

“In the face of crises, people keep saying, ‘What can we do, what can we do, what can we do?’ And I keep saying, the real target of that question is the person asking it. He’s asking himself. I’m not demeaning solutions and staunch groups that are already out there. But I’m saying that the individual, by tapping into his own imagination, is a further solution. Imagination is the ultimate wild card. There are many answers and solutions and actions that haven’t been dreamed up yet. To ignore this fact, to remain out of touch with one’s own imagination is the worst possible idea.” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport)

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 NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

10 comments on “Part 2, the Reality salesman makes a house call

  1. From Québec says:

    Dear Reality Salesman,

    Happy to see that you are still around. I would like to invite you to the biggest event ever organized on this Earth, that will take place at the Louvre Museum in Paris, on October 17, 2015.

    Thousand of the most famous artist painters, from all times, have agreed to gather for a once in a life time art presentation. Among the list of the coming painters to the event, figures, : Pablo Picasso, Salavator Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, Jean-Michel Basquiat, William Blake, Gottfried Helnwein, etc.

    Of course, we will invite the Press and art critics from every country to give us their opinion on these paintings and their significations. I think it would be very interesting to have your opinion on this unique event.

    If you wish to attend, please contact me at the following email address:

    R136a1@Dorado.com.

    Hope to see you there.
    Sincerely,
    R136al

  2. David says:

    I’m too damaged already, It’s too late for me to use my imagination, if I even have one still. I used to enjoy my life when I was a kid, life was more exciting…but puberty and school wiped all that away quick. Now I feel like a robot, I barely have the will to live any more.

    • Michael Burns says:

      What does it feel like to be a robot, I honestly don’t know.
      In a few hundred words can you tell me.

      • gokmen says:

        @MB
        that’s a very easy thing to do. very easy. I’ll describe the feel of a robot in a single sentence: Just let me finish watching this last picture of reality, that I myself is lacking in it, just few more seconds before I leave my tube, please.

      • Deb says:

        Michael, we tend to focus on the thing in front of us which is the most important to get done NOW. In doing so though, we miss the really important moment that is happening to us at that special moment. Then because we are not paying attention, we miss it. I’m sure you have heard the saying” Stop and smell the roses”. Well, literally, stop and smell them. For tomorrow they will lose their aroma and you will have lost your chance to enjoy something really wonderful. Maybe you don’t like roses. That’s OK too, but then take the concept of the saying and apply it to something else in your world that you truly do love. Find the one thing in your life that touches you so deeply that you will then find again your imagination and hold fast to it, because it truly helps you through those tough times that make us lose it in the first place. I hope you find it.

    • From Québec says:

      @ David:

      Nah… It will come back. Imagination never dies. In fact, nothing really dies. When you go to see a movie and it says: The End”, that’s propaganda. It’s a lie, it is not the end of the story. Life is a never ending story, a gigantic soap opera with 8 billion characters in the script.

      I could take what you have just written for instance, and write a story with thousand of different outcomes, and future possibilities. I could start with something like this:

      “When David discovered Jon site, https://outsidetherealitymachine.wordpress.com/

      He was feeling down. But Jon’s short stories intrigued him, made him laugh and he enjoyed them. He admired his skill. He became a regular reader of that site. As time went by, he felt something was changing inside of himself……….. etc., etc., etc.”

      A good practice to develop your imagination is to take any story, even one like the Little Red Riding Hood and to try to continue it. What happened after the big bad wolf ate the grandmother? 1,000 of possibilities comes to mind. Or take Pinocchio story and continue it.

      Just try it for fun, you will be surprised by the outcome.

      • From Québec says:

        Post-Sciptum:

        You see, David, if Jon ever comes back with a Part 3, of ” the Reality salesman makes a house call”. I could write back to the Reality salesman.

        I could decide either that:

        – He accepted my invitation to the biggest event ever organized on this Earth.

        – Or I could decide that he didn’t come.

        Either way, it would be fun to write to him again.

      • gokmen says:

        You are absolutely right.
        I concur, knowing from myself..
        Being stuck in the life soap opera causes all kinds of attitude problems towards one’s self, to others, everything around..

  3. Andy says:

    Thanks Jon. There is something subtly cohesive about the dialog. More complex upon reading it again though it might read differently later. It shifts for me. I like this series. It coincides with where I am at with the exercises.

  4. outsidersinsides says:

    Brilliant!! Made my day!!

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