Facing the Illusion and Preparing for Reality
For many people, it is hard to come to terms with the fact that we may all have been living in a world of illusion for so long. When people live their lives in delusion for any reason, it is always hard to come back to the world of reality. It is therefore necessary to outline some of the main reasons why the Western world is living a life of such delusion.
For the character Neo, it seemed all too much to suddenly comes to terms with reality. What was this strange new world he had suddenly been plunged into? All of a sudden, he was able to perceive things that others missed or simply could not see. But why not? What everyone took for granted as being the ‘norms’ of society, suddenly appeared to be incorrect. What could he see that others couldn’t?
Let's take a look at the Big Picture BELOW
WHERE ARE WE HEADED?
When we speak of considering the ‘Big Picture’, what do we mean? I mean the things that the world go around! The things in life that keep the clock ticking so to speak; the daily routines keeping everything in order.
Well, the truth is that most people never give the matter much thought; they simply go about their daily lives assuming that these ‘Systems’ will continue to operate in the background. While this goes on, we get up each day and do the things we need to do before going to work. At the end of each day, we battle with trains and traffic jams on the way home and if we have the time, we will then grab a bite to eat before either going out to enjoy social occasions and hobbies or sit before the TV and recuperate before before the whole thing starts again the next day.
But In referring to the ‘Big Picture’, we mean the world’s foremost ‘Systems’ that keep the wheels of life turning. These world ‘Systems’ are kind of invisible but seem to take place automatically and relentlessly without our even really considering them – that is - until something goes wrong!
SO, WHAT ARE THEY?
The Globalist System
The World’s Monetary Systems
The Technological System.
The Political System.
Without these major ‘Systems’ operating in the way they do, life would quite possibly grind to a halt. They have been operating for centuries in one way or another but in the last 100 years, something has changed. During the last 100 years we have experienced four major industrial revolutions.
1st Revolution – Mechanisation, steam and water power
2nd Revolution – Mass Production and Electricity
3rd Revolution – Electronic and IT systems, automation
4th Revolution – Cyber technological systems (Known as the 4th Industrial Revolution)
The result of all this is societal transformation at a global scale. By affecting the incentives, rules, and norms of economic life, it transforms how we communicate, learn, entertain ourselves, and relate to one another and how we understand ourselves as human beings. Furthermore, the sense that new technologies are being developed and implemented at an increasingly rapid pace has an impact on human identities, communities, and political structures. As a result, our responsibilities to one another, our opportunities for self-realization, and our ability to positively impact the world are intricately tied to and shaped by how we engage with the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. This revolution is happening all around us to us and affecting and changing nearly everything we once understood.
But perhaps the greatest revolution is in the monetary systems that are operated throughout the world. Because most people have little, if any understanding of what money actually is, we have been exposed to those who created the current money systems and we are all victims of it.
But everything is changing in the area of money. With the continual accumulation of debt throughout the world that is now in the quadrillions (taking into consideration the various mathematical financial instruments ‘Derivatives’ created since the age of the computer, we have entered the last phase of our current monetary systems using what is known as ‘Fiat’ money. That is paper or digital money created by Banks at the touch of a computer mouse button at no cost to themselves.
The amount of money supply was always meant to be in line with GDP (Gross Domestic Product) - that is – in line with the total amount of good and services in existence. But since the great Global Debt Crisis of 2008, the whole world’s financial system has come under serious strain and no longer represents the value of goods and services. Instead debt is actually money. This debt is growing exponentially and the ‘System’ only continues to operate because the world’s markets are continually manipulated to give the impression that all continues as normal.
But people know that something serious is wrong. The last ten years of austerity have proven that there is simply too much money supply that has been given to the wealthy in society to accumulate all the hard assets, that include stock market shares, art, antiques, vintage cars and property. Prices have sky-rocketed whilst the average person has become noticeably poorer.
In the following pages, I am going to reveal the illusion that most people have been hoodwinked by over the years and then I will try to address the issues and the pathway that we seem to be on.
NEXT WE WILL STEP INTO REALITY - PLEASE RETURN TO CHECK ONCE NEW PAGES HAVE BEEN BUILT!