Sometimes, it’s logic, and sometimes it’s not

by Jon Rappoport

March 28, 2022

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You’re riding on a train. You fall asleep and you dream.

Messages show up:

There is space and time between ideas. The character of space and time between each idea is not necessarily uniform. As you move from rock to rock across the stream, you may find there is a yard and a second in your first jump, and a mile and six days in your second jump. And the first jump is across a trickle, the second across an ocean, and the third across an old ruined back yard moon.

Sometimes, it’s logic. Sometimes, it’s not.

A datum, a suggestion, a thought is put through a filter at the door to a system, and if the filter determines the datum will fit into the paths of the system, it is permitted to enter.

That way, we remain on the same plane.

If, in the middle of a dinner party, you can make all the glasses on the table disappear at once, are you applying a system?

We are conditioned to believe that reality is a kind of coin that presents, on one face, a problem, and on the other, a solution.

Perhaps the ultimate secret society engineered what has become known as reality: the problem and the solution.

THE HABIT REFLEX.

FIND THE MAIN PROBLEM AND SOLVE IT, AND THEN FIND THE NEXT PROBLEM AND SOLVE IT.

DESIGN A REALITY THAT LOOKS LIKE A SERIES OF HILLS AND VALLEYS MADE UP OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS; TUNE PEOPLE TO THE IDEA OF FOLLOWING THIS COURSE OF ACTION—FINDING A PROBLEM AND SOLVING IT, OVER AND OVER; EVENTUALLY CREATE A STATE OF MIND IN WHICH HUMAN BEINGS CAN’T IMAGINE ANY OTHER WAY TO PROCEED.

Care only that the continuum would appear as a kind of rolling carpet of problems that demanded solving.

TAKE A VACATION IN THE SPACE TIME CONTINUUM.

THIS ONE IS FANTASTIC.

YOU WON’T COME HOME BORED.

THE KIDS WILL LOVE IT.

YOU’LL GET PROBLEMS TO SOLVE.

TEST YOUR CLEVERNESS AND RESOLVE.

CAN YOU SOLVE PUZZLES? YOU’LL LOVE THIS VACATION.

THRILLS AND CHILLS.

So you sign up and take the ride.

The door closes behind you. In for a penny, in for a pound.

It turns out this isn’t really a vacation at all. It’s a drip-method hypnosis machine, and you’re getting sucked in. You’re solving problems like crazy, and after awhile you’re forgetting where you came from and you’re forgetting this is a temporary vacation, and you can’t find the door to go back where you started.

A musician plays a note, and someone says “That was a mistake.” Well, if the musician could play 12,000 notes in a row that were all mistakes, each and every one, he would overturn the world.

And then you wake up on the train.


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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 free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

4 comments on “Sometimes, it’s logic, and sometimes it’s not

  1. Pisces says:

    Raw human emotions and thoughts are limited by words in a form of language in order for us to communicate in a way we’ve been taught how to share our thoughts and emotions, and so on. We have gotten so used to that form of self-expression we rarely think about the energy that we use to express ourselves that we’re limiting with words is our “inner self” that “thinks” in images and emotions, which is referred to as the sixth sense even though it is actually the “first sense”… when we pause thinking with words and sentences, the activity of that inner self, the first sense, increases because we don’t limit the expression as much as when we are thinking in words. When we express our ‘true self’ in its raw form, the brain starts producing waves somewhere around alpha, theta and delta brainwaves. Popular term for that is the “meditative state”. That life-force within is breathing through the body, not from it, and it is when the connection of that energy to the body is severed, the body shuts down and we (foolishly, in my opinion) call it death. But it’s like focusing only on the remains of a caterpillar after it transforms into butterfly, in order for us to call the disconnection “death”. We’ve become so reliant on our physical senses we’ve almost completely forgotten about our existence beyond our physical form, and that creates an unnecessary feeling of fear.

    Anyway, I just want to encourage anyone who is reading this to explore your inner self in its natural state. It’ll heighten your intuition (and your first sense). Even if it is for a few minutes a day. Finding a path to knowledge that is ‘hidden’. If you’re new at this, simply listen to your thunderous breath that you take and let the energy flow without filtering it by thinking in words, for a good start.

    • judymorrise says:

      Jon mentions the moon – Ingo Swann remote sensed the moon. On page 38 of Everybody’s Guide to Natural ESP he writes “Somewhere in my mental makeup was a psychic element–which I later termed the “ESP core”—that was capable of perceiving a hidden target and conveying a good deal of information, without having to employ intellectual word manufacturing. That is to say, without the intervention of consciousness . . .” He even later refers to consciousness as being stupid compared to subconscienceness- imagine that!

      Thanks for your comment!

  2. Roundball Shaman says:

    “THE HABIT REFLEX.”

    The tendency to fall into habits isn’t simply a bad thing. We don’t want to think about even single brush of our teeth with the toothbrush. We don’t want to ponder and fret about every single step we take while out walking. Habits serve us.

    Well, habits serve us… unless they don’t. Some things were never meant to be habits. Some things CANNOT be allowed to become habits if we are to truly live as we were intended to.

    How we THINK cannot become just a habit. How we FEEL cannot become just a habit. What we BELIEVE cannot become just a habit. How we choose to live each day cannot become just a habit. When we tell someone, ‘I love you’… this cannot be said just out of habit and without feeling.

    Many things in our lives were intended to be habits so we could preserve energy and attention. But most of the very important things in Life were never intended to be so.

    You must use Habits. You cannot allow Habits to use YOU.

    Perhaps there is one habit we should all use. We should get into the habit of having very FEW habits.

  3. We are paradoxical beings in a paradoxical world. Nothing is “the truth” except for the following…

    1. Actions that go against immutable Laws are wrong (murder, rape, trespass, thievery of any kind).
    2. Death.

    Self-imposed restrictions (“habits”) can be forms of liberation. Even externally-imposed restrictions can lead to freedoms (The Shawshank Redemption was a great allegory about this. What do you do when you’re trapped inside? Go further inside.)

    So much of my life is based on habits. I like my habits. Why? They are MY habits. MY perspective. Nobody’s habits/non-habits are my habits/non-habits and no one can’t tell me my habits/non-habits are wrong unless they are harming someone (which they aren’t, I check).

    That is it.

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