And what about you? Six notes on Exit From The Matrix

And what about you? Six notes on Exit From The Matrix

by Jon Rappoport

December 18, 2016

These are notes I prepared prior to putting together my collection, Exit From The Matrix:

“The free and independent individual is always going to be dangerous to somebody. It goes with the territory. The creative individual always upsets apple carts. He takes pleasure in it. Why not? He perceives the status quo and sees its gross limitations. Timidly tip-toeing around gets no one anywhere. Reaching for some ‘final harmony’ that will encircle and include everyone is a pipe dream. The un-hypnotized individual will quite naturally punch holes in that final harmony. It’s part of being alive. The fear of offending someone, somehow, somewhere isn’t even on the radar of the free individual. The fear comes from accepting a cautious view of one’s own power. It comes from the suspicion that power is somehow bad. Nothing could be further from the truth. Any quality can be twisted and perverted. That fact doesn’t make the quality bad.”

“Many weird and odd things happen when an individual is poised at the starting line. What starting line? The place where he begins creating the future he wants. This is where he can, if he chooses, tell himself all sorts of stories to prevent action. This is where he can invent a dozen self-defeating philosophies at the drop of a hat. This is where he can suddenly become an expert in a brand of psychology that dissects his own character and finds a brilliant reason to stall. And stall. And stall.”

“Every human possesses the power to go public. When he creates the future he wants, he will make his presence known in the world to a greater or lesser extent. The longer he persists, the greater acceptance he will earn. At the least, other people will say, ‘Well, he’s doing that. That’s what he does. We’re used to it.’ There is nothing wrong or strange about gaining visibility.”

“Imagination is the difference between inventing a future that feels alive and a future that feels mechanical.”

“The great mystery is not about how people can invent the future they want. The mystery is about how they can’t. It’s about how they can’t see the possibility.”

“The word ‘relentless’ is not what most people would want attached to themselves. However, if they were inventing what they want to invent, a relentless approach would be quite natural. And it would not be unkind or cruel. It would connect with the joy of forward motion.”


Exit From the Matrix

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


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.

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18 comments on “And what about you? Six notes on Exit From The Matrix

  1. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    “Creative individual always upsets apple carts” and great personal discipline was required for the late Professor P.K. Kuroda to live as an immigrant from Japan and discretely publish information that guilt-ridden scientists and frightened world leaders agreed to hide from the public after WWII.

    I now realize that Kuroda assigned a graduate research topic for me in 1960 to disclose the UN’s “nuclear secret” ~ NEUTRON REPULSION powers both atomic bombs and the Sun.

    • Oliver K. Manuel says:

      Here’s another paper on neutron repulsion that will be published before Trump takes office.

      https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/TRIBUTE_TO_KURODA.pdf

    • Theodore says:

      Hi Oliver,

      re: “NEUTRON REPULSION powers both atomic bombs and the Sun.”

      What, then, are the practical implications, if any, of this physics finding?

      • Oliver K. Manuel says:

        My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, became a patriot of all humanity who risked his life to prevent “nuclear secrets” from being used to enslave humanity after WWII.

        https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/TRIBUTE_TO_KURODA.pdf

        The practical implications: We were endowed by our creator with abundant energy and inalienable rights to enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

        The tyrannical one-world government that took control of the world on 24 OCT 1945 does not value the individual nor its natural inheritances.

        • Theodore says:

          Oliver, i still do not understand…

          re: “NEUTRON REPULSION powers both atomic bombs and the Sun.”

          What are the beneficial technology, if any, of this physics finding?

          • @Theo

            “Rational” science still doesn’t understand how atoms work. Prior to the first nuclear test it was postulated that the chain reaction would “collapse all matter”. And because they were psychopaths, they went ahead anyway.

            In fact, though science isn’t close to appreciating it, atoms go to the end of time and back. We, in our puny dimensional state “tune in” to a tiny part of their frequency. We can only (simplistically) identify protons (negative), electrons (negative) and neutrons (earth). In combination the element lock to create the illusion of solidity we call “3D”.

            However, neutrons are some like a “cover” or wrapping that conceal Teslas’ “scalar waves”, so, in that regard, the “neutron” becomes the catalyst for any atomic “change”. As I discuss in my book, “The Beauty of Existence Decoded”, the notion of “splitting an atom” is unadulterated nonsense. In reality, nuclear fusion has the effect of disorganisation crucial rhythmic patterns (that’s all frequencies are). The “chain reaction” leads to an implosion of the atom.

            The force field determined by correct rhythmic alignment of proton/electron/neutrons covets a “nucleus”. This is evidence of sub-space (or that which is behind our reality plane). Therefore an atom that implodes triggers a reaction from subspace and that is why it is so violent.

            “ET” have explained to strategically placed humans that (given atoms stretch to the end of time and back), there is a chain reaction that also effects the OTHER dimensions and that is why they keep a careful eye on our nuclear ambitions.

  2. Greg C. says:

    You’ve got to be relentless. Speak out, denounce, flout, shock, start doing these things personally. Not just against the NWO, but against the expectations of relatives and manipulative people in general. And then have a really, really, Merry Christmas. Happiness begins when you stop caring what everyone thinks about you.

    • bob klinck says:

      This advice might be valid if you are well-to-do (bearing in mind that the Powers That Be possess the tools to strip you of this condition any time they want to), but people in a less secure financial position, especially those with dependants, should realize that before many companies will hire you they scrutinize your history on the Internet. The result can render you virtually unemployable.

      • Greg C. says:

        “Massa might not like it if I get uppity” is as good an excuse as any. Be nice – Wag More, Bark Less is the motto of our age. They only hire good dogs, not authentic people.

  3. binra says:

    An investment in illusion interprets anything true as threat – not because it is dangerous or relentless – but because it does not support a false narrative identity. So such mutually agreed ‘reality’ is defended against not only disclosure but healing. This is the false ‘matrix’ and is held in place by desire of identification within its terms.

    Truth simply and only is. But recognizing witnessing truth in place of mutually agreed definition is direct communication through awakened individuality as revealed within wholeness, and not at all the hero of self-specialness. For such is the usurper of a movement in being.

    The oppositional struggle is not the true driving force of creative endeavour – but rather a reactively defined ‘vengeance’ seeking validation.

    Our unique individuality shares a recognition of wholeness of being and is not a usurping assertion of a wish to assert primacy of self made ‘true’ at expense of wholeness and of others. Fragmented self plays out the roles of victim and victimiser in all kinds of shifting forms and across split levels of consciousness.

    • artemisix says:

      binra, Um, what exactly is a false narrative identity? Is it referring to those within the illusion or is it an identity which is approved of IN the illusion? Or is it like the masks of polite banter at a dinner party? I think you might be really on to something, i just want to be sure i understand your meaning…..

    • Michael Burns says:

      @Binra

      But that is what this whole thing is; a playground for illusions. The cosmic joke. Are we not all actors here? You speak of real reality as if it is the bottom line…truth?.. what da hell. It’s an onion! Strip the layers away of subjection, what you got…the abyss, and that much more interesting. Chase after truth long enough and you find it has no taste…it is not sweet. It does not fall down the throat like honey wine…but illusion is the imagination in the field of play here. Trickering ourselves, and discovering the ‘truth’, and then doing it all again.

      “The oppositional struggle is not the true driving force of creative endeavour – but rather a reactively defined ‘vengeance’ seeking validation.” -Binra

      True, but it is so much more fun when one can use art to beat down and change a tyrant for the good. Everyone loves the good fight…(sorry, I contradicting myself in a way here). If not eliminate him completely. This need to be good should not be our only impulse. But don’t be afraid of the coup de grace. I should not revel in or at the destruction of the evil souls that would turn all this beauty into a ‘boot on the throat hell forever’? I beg to differ my friend.

      “…and not at all the hero of self-specialness. For such is the usurper of a movement in being.” -Binra

      No…your are smart Binra, but you trip a little bit, in this little misconception. ‘Self-specialness’ is a naive self-love. A moment of beauty is to witness a little one discovering their beauty in a mirror for a first time, and fall in love with themselves. It is an innocent beginning to understanding self. Looked at logically and furthered along that path of self-discovery, enables one to achieve greatness in themselves for themselves. Granted so many give up or are side tracked and end in corruption of it, and narcissism. But self-specialness is not the gateway drug to that end. But the ascetic is the one who cannot achieve it through any state of denial of self. Ascetism is religion usurping greatness, and individuality.

      One has to love oneself deeply in order to achieve whole freedom. Loving oneself that deeply does not by that admission signify a wrong state, or delusional state. The ones I love the most are the ones who fill their cup of self-love to over flow. And love as we know is magnetic. The movement of being, happens ‘regardless’ Binra. That is what we are ‘movement of being’. And we will continue it. Fragmenting consciousness, and making it whole again, only to split it up and follow one of pieces for while. In this endless game of life and living.

  4. There are always two sides to every equation, Jon, otherwise nothing would balance.

    When correctly itemised, equations can represent existence.

    My Christmas article, by chance, happens to discuss the other side of your formula. The content (of the article) is unusually sentimental (for me), but this excerpt provides ample material in consideration of using the imagination to “detrimental effect”:

    “Commercialism aside, Christmas at least has the potential to bring out the best in people. Some might wonder why kindness isn’t the natural state for human beings. It isn’t the natural state because humans are not naturally very kind, or, rather, we learn that being kind conflicts with whims for self. Nevertheless, if there was one thing that substantiated us from “apes”, it is our ability to sacrifice. Some children give up toys and other desirables in support of others simply because something inside said that was the right thing to do. Apes will fight to the death to defend possessions they absolutely prize. Unfortunately children grow up and morph into far less altruistically minded adults. Adults instinctively think, “What’s the catch and how can I manipulate that in my favour?” Yes, there are tales of heroes losing lives attempting to pull injured from burning buildings, but “giving for the sake of giving” is a concept alien to most adults. We’re in the so-called Christmas season and, funnily enough, “giving for the sake of giving” summarises true Christmas spirit.

    It would fair to say every single human being eventually succumbs to idealism in some shape or form. Dreams and hope are the classic examples. Realities never quite match the fantasy and this is why spinners of make-believe draw humans like flies to dung. Hollywood is regularly cited as the greatest active “pied piper” of the modern age. I’d go along with that, but there are many others, including different genres and numerous tricks or styles used to entrance imaginations. Because humanity, in general, has gradually reached a state of apoplectic denial, people go out of their way, if not believe, to react to the fantasy; any rosy picture in spite of truth. In fact, such is the disparity; truth can look so dark and nasty, it might seem satanically devilish. It does not take a great stretch of the imagination to calculate the net effect.

    There is nothing honest about “evil” and if the truth is satanically devilish, practicality dictates it cannot be trusted or reasoned “true”. Dreams and hope have transformed fantasy into reality and the truth has been rejected outright as light extinguishes the night. In addition, people have been lulled into believing deceptive lies for so long; often they could not substantiate truth from fantasy even if they wanted to be pure. Christmas may have the potential to bring out the best in people, but, consequentially, currently it brings out the worst, such is the desire for dream and hope fulfilment. A wonderful Christmas isn’t limited to those in need. Everyone wants one and many will go to any lengths to get one, in spite of those in need. The erosion of truth has permitted egregious deceit is heralded as wisdom and mischievous imps posture as cumbersome angels…”

    https://ozziethinker.wordpress.com/2016/12/17/celebration-of-dreams-and-hope/

    Best wishes for Christmas
    OT

  5. Sabell says:

    I love the last line of your first paragraph, “Any quality can be twisted and perverted. That fact doesn’t make the quality bad.” It is what’s happening in the media today. Everything good is being twisted, reversed and used, for to live is now evil; a star once 5 pointed becomes a goat’s horns and “goat”ee. The star is not evil, the goat is not evil, but the minds of the ones who reverse it to re-present it are the ones who mind-twist it. It is what ‘they’, those people do. That’s just what he/she does. And that is what they are known for. By their works they/he/she shall be known. So why not make those works of thine own self be true and known for what they are? ..as you are. It certainly brings a different perspective to the olde adage[s].

    Another thought on the second paragraph, the starting line bit: “This is where he can, if he chooses, tell himself all sorts of stories to prevent action. This is where he can invent a dozen self-defeating philosophies at the drop of a hat. This is where he can suddenly become an expert in a brand of psychology that dissects his own character and finds a brilliant reason to stall. And stall. And stall.” And what if.. he is not the one telling it, but a foot comes out of nowhere unsuspected, not devised by him, not thought of or felt from his own mind, but an intrusion from elsewhere, to provide a tripping stone or blockade, or just a sick, twisted invasive intrusion just because? Is that then a construct placed there to see what he will do with it? a test? a way of introducing a defeating thought if it repeats itself each time? to become a constructed in-set attempting to set it in to his mind for future reference? to program his mind and body to believe certain things about himself? I suppose that is what happens with most people in life. They are programmed by others’ intrusions and those intrusions become their own stall, or box’d in thought form if they believe in it. Otherwise, they just become concrete blockades that are seen for what they are and are by-passed, never affecting his “actual” experience, but there to show him what can be, and he decides not to trip on it.. and he goes on living his life without the experience of it, but with the knowing of its possibility for having acknowledged it in his observance of it.

    It’s not always necessary to know by experiencing; things can be known by observing and logical deduction; and it’s not always necessarily true that those who are blocked are blocked by their own mind, but when aware, can decide to bypass the blockade. When unaware or naive, he can stumble and learn from it what he will; but the point is, most often in the beginning, the stall is built by someone else unless and until it becomes their own creation or dismantling. Ramble on..

  6. wordsofwisdomfromanoldfart says:

    ​After 85 years of living in tyrantical oppression, this world wide revolution against the current dictitorial form of politics, religion and medical regimes is bringing much elation to this old man. What is the answer to all this crap made up by creative minds of controling want-to-be’s? I believe the answer is NATURE and the natural way. Halalooya!

    *Sir James Erectus*

  7. John says:

    One of the greatest things human beings have always had a hard time with is being able to get over his/her past. Our past mistakes and obstacles in life start to become permanent roadblocks in moving forward. It is hard to start fresh in a globalist matrix which now has planned out every human being’s life from cradle to grave. Perpetual chaos and misery is a globalist best friend. Always the “best” of intentions and telling all of us it for the greater “good” is the forte of the so called “progressives.”

    We live in a society that judges each human being and tends to highlight a person’s individual past mistakes in order to keep him in check or kept down. We all buy into this guilt at some point in our lives. We lose the courage to start fresh and be able to take the necessary actions for real and constructive change. As human beings we all find comfort in the safety of mediocrity and familiarity. After all, we have been slowly built into robots, repeating tasks over and over in patterns which are hard to break free of. Wallowing in quicksand which will eventually sink us all.

    Innovation and creativity have been beaten out of most of us by a government which now chooses to instill fear and worry in each of its citizen’s minds rather than hope and substantive change. No longer are people permitted to think outside the box. Free thinking minds are harder to control, the state wants free thinking to become obsolete. Controlling the language, controlling the fate of each individual by placing them into a neat file, a box with labels, this is the globalist evil plan.

    Here are few quotes from Thomas Edison and my reactions:

    “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” T.E.
    They don’t want us to try anymore. We are to look to the globalists for every answer. After all, the apps/technology are here to solve all our problems. Do not question any of this surveillance/indoctrination propaganda, it is here to help make each life “better.”

    “The three great essentials to achieve anything worth while are: Hard work, Stick-to-itiveness, and Common sense.” T.E.
    Not anymore, the government will pay you not to work, provide you with food stamps, health care and a cell phone.

    “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” T.E.
    Does anybody have the courage to follow their dreams today? Does anybody have the work ethic to keep trying over and over again?

    “If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves.” T.E.
    Innovation must be controlled today, creativity stifled. Your life is no longer yours, each according to how the state judges your ability within a labeled group. The state will take care of your needs. Google now provides the answers, thinking is no longer required. Spelling, math, problem solving are for fools, just google it.

    “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” T. E.
    Failure and disappointment are no longer tolerated. Puppies, crayons and warm hugs will be provided for all of us who do not get our way. After all life is “fair.”

    The globalists and society want us all to give up, they wish us all to throw our hands up in the air and accept status quo. They tell us we have no choice, become part of the collective hive, acquiesce or become obsolete. These despots of tyranny do not wish to inspire but rather beat the very thumos out of every human being. Every human being now has a function which boils down to serving the state, for the greater “good” of humanity, according to what the state deems is the greater “good” of humanity.

    We have been told to give up our freedom and liberty in return for a life of existence set forth by the globalists. Nobody dares to dream and reach beyond the cookie cutter world which has now been thrust diabolically upon all of us.

    We have turned into a society based on immediate gratification, a society who can not handle failure, a majority of society which now exists constantly in a state of depression. People hooked on drugs, illegal/legal drugs which “help” them cope with every disappointment in life. People living in virtual worlds with no real social skills or way of communicating in a meaningful way.

    Failing and be disappointed are unacceptable in the “happy, happy, happy” world of the liberal globalist utopian “do gooder.” All of us are now forced to accept the incredible lie that the elite will take care of all our needs.

    People give up too easily today, perseverance is now becoming obsolete. We have now been told to accept certain “norms.” “It is what it is” and you the individual can not change things. Common sense is now looked upon with scorn. Until we change our mindsets and try to change this horrific “norm” the globalists have put into motion, things will not change in our individual lives or in society as a whole. People need to stop avoiding conflict, obstacles and failing. We must learn from from these things and press on.

    There is a quote by Winston Churchill : “If you’re going through hell, keep going.”

    We must as individuals accept disappointment, use the disappointment, failure and the obstacles in our lives to become better, to strive to become better as individuals. To know that nothing about life was/is perfect or ever will be perfect. One of the greatest lies of liberalism and of the progressives is they think they can legislate “fairness” and perfection.

    No longer are people allowed to be disappointed. People must realize nothing is guaranteed in life. A journalist in the Korean war once asked a soldier what was in effect his greatest wish. “What would you want if you could have any wish?” asked the photojournalist of the bloodied Marine before him. The Marine simply said, “Give me tomorrow.”

    We should all hope for tomorrow and realize tomorrow is the only thing that is forever. The next day is what we make of it. We must look to tomorrow with hope and not pessimism. It is difficult to do at times but life is not easy, life is hard, it requires perseverance and vigilance.

    Without hard work, perseverance and vigilance, freedom and liberty wain, eventually giving way to tyranny. We need to stop accepting tyranny as the new normal. Human beings must act and inspire to change our individual lives. Society will change when we as individuals change within. Throwing those invisible chains off of our minds, bodies and souls and daring to hope. Daring to think along with having a conscience and moral compass to guide oneself rather than relying on the perpetual fear, chaos, worry and BS our politicians try to sell all of us on.

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