Freedom is the natural state of being

Freedom is the natural state of being

by Jon Rappoport

May 6, 2017

Freedom is. It’s the natural state of being.

Before limitation and slavery, there was freedom.

It had no party, no law, no mandate. It just was.

Freedom was and is the simplicity in the tangle, the force that has no equal.

Without it, everything withers, everything is turned into a program.

During my 30 years as a reporter covering “the news behind the news,” I’ve seen countless instances in which the Matrix shows up, swims into view.

The Matrix, the central image, is a lie. But not just any lie.

It is very deep, shared, hypnotic picture of reality.

People need more power—more individual power, so they can both stand and operate outside the Matrix.

The entire mural of imposed Reality is aimed at radically diminishing the individual’s power.

So in addition to my work as an investigative reporter, I’ve been researching the individual’s ability to go beyond this mural of reality.

Power Outside The Matrix, my third collection, is all about being able to think, act, and create both outside and inside The Matrix. Because that’s the goal: to be able to function in both places.

People are consciously or unconsciously fixated on boundaries and systems. They are hoping for whatever can be delivered through a system.

That fixation is a form of mind control.

Freedom isn’t a system.

But freedom needs creative power.

At one time or another, every human being who has ever lived on this planet has abandoned his creative power. The question is: does he want to get it back?

It never really goes away. It is always there. It is the basis of a life that can be lived. A life that can be chosen. People instead choose roles that don’t require that power. They think this is a winning strategy.

It isn’t.

A section of my mega-collection, titled Power Outside The Matrix and The Invention of New Reality, features creative exercises you do on a daily basis that will help a committed individual move toward the goal of power outside The Matrix. The exercises are all about increasing your energy and stability—and about the invention of new spaces.

Access to your internal energy, in huge amounts, is necessary for a life outside The Matrix—rather than relying on the illusory energy that The Matrix seems to provide.

I’ve developed the exercises for exactly that purpose: your energy, your dynamism.

Power Outside The Matrix also features a long section called: Analyzing Information in the Age of Disinformation.

It’s filled with specific examples of my past investigations. Based on 25 years of experience, it shows you how to take apart and put together data that lead to valid conclusions.

It is far more than a logic course.

It’s an advanced approach to analysis.

Establishing power outside The Matrix requires that a person be able to deal with today’s flood of information, misinformation, and disinformation. I’ve left no stone unturned in bringing you a workable approach to analysis.

There is a further extensive section titled, A Writer’s Tutorial. People have been asking me to provide this Tutorial, and here it is in spades. But it’s not just for writers. It’s for any creative person who wants to grasp his own power, understand it, and use it to reach out into the world.

The Tutorial exposes you to lessons that go far beyond what is normally taught in writer’s seminars. In fact, several core concepts in the Tutorial contradict ordinary writer’s seminars, and thus give you access to inner resources that would otherwise be ignored.

And finally, I have included a number of audio seminars that offer a wider perspective about The Matrix and what it means to live and work outside it.

power outside the matrix

Here are the particulars. These are audio presentations. 55 total hours.

* Analyzing Information in the Age of Disinformation (11.5-hours)

* Writer’s Tutorial (8.5-hours)

* Power Outside The Matrix and The Invention of New Reality—creative techniques (6.5-hours)

Then you will receive the following audio presentations I have previously done:

* The Third Philosophy of Imagination (1-hour)

* The Infinite Imagination (3-hours)

* The Mass Projection of Events (1.5-hours)

* The Decentralization of Power (1.5-hours)

* Creating the Future (6-hours)

* Pictures of Reality (6-hours)

* The Real History of America (2-hours)

* Corporations: The New Gods (7.5-hours)

I have included an additional bonus section:

* The complete text (331 pages) of AIDS INC., the book that exposed a conspiracy of scientific fraud deep within the medical research establishment. The book has become a sought-after item, since its publication in 1988. It contains material about viruses, medical testing, and the invention of disease that is, now and in the future, vital to our understanding of phony epidemics arising in our midst (and how to analyze them). I assure you, the revelations in the book will surprise you; they cut much deeper and are more subtle than “virus made in a lab” scenarios.

* A 2-hour radio interview I did on AIDS in Dec 1987 with host Roy Tuckman on KPFK in Los Angeles, California.

* My book, The Secret Behind Secret Societies

(All the audio presentations are mp3 files and the books are pdf files. You download them upon purchase. You’ll receive an email with a link to the entire collection.)

This is about your power. Not as an abstract idea, but as a living core of your being. This is about accessing that power, expanding it, and using it.

On this road, there are no limits.

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 or OutsideTheRealityMachine.

11 comments on “Freedom is the natural state of being

  1. Robert Kelly says:

    Jon, I can’t get to your website “”. I get a response that the domain name is available. Have you been taken “off the air”?

  2. Jon, I am not sure I agree with your primary premise: “Freedom is the natural state of being.”

    Have you read “The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude” by Etienne De La Boetie (1552). He asks HOW and WHY the masses of people would ever allow themselves to become subjects of a “controlling power” (a few “elite” members).

    I expanded on La Boetie’s thesis in my own essay titled, :How to Defeat Tyranny: Active Disobedience” available on my LAW BLOG:

    From a physician’s point of view, humans are born and remain extremely dependent (and thus subject to outside “authorities”) until ages 11 and then 18, especially on their parents. From 18 years onward, humans (whether by socialization, orders from authorities, etc.) tend to place themselves in situations in which they are still subject to a “higher authority”: in college; university; employment (their job).

    At least this situation appears to be true in Western and most Far-Eastern societies. Indeed, in the West, people who leave employment in a company and go out on their own (e.g., forming their own business; company) are given special names, such as “maverick”, “entrepreneur”, etc.

    The ONLY society THAT I KNOW OF in which individual freedom was nurtured and continued throughout their lives were the American Indians prior to the 1870’s. (There may be other such societies; thus my emphasis on “THAT I KNOW OF”.)

    The Sioux or Lakota Indians were raised almost exclusively by the females (NOT just a child’s mother, but all the women in their band). However, the boys and often girls were free to go off and play whenever they wanted. A parent (or other member of their band) might issue a boy “orders: – in reality more like a “suggestion”):: “go home to eat”, but the final decision was the boy’s. And his decision was respected – he would never be punished unless an instruction to him had life-threatening qualities to SOMEONE ELSE in his band – NOT to him.

    From late boyhood (13 yo) he could wander off as he pleased; and by the age of 15-16 he was expected to do so! By age 13 NO ONE could order another man what to do! Ever!

    Contrary to popular opinion, there were NO “chiefs” in a band or tribe. There was usually a “council of elders” with one man in the role of “moderator” (often the “medicine man” or an elderly man with great experience on THAT TOPIC BEING DISCUSSED. But there was NO chief who could issue orders to anyone; same for the “council of elders” – they could give opinions only.

    When an issue involved the entire band or tribe, then every adult member (over 13) had a vote in that decision. If Brave X wanted to go on a raid, he could try to enlist others to go with him. The possible volunteers might listen to the consensus of the Council, but the decision of EACH brave whether to go or not was HIS decision alone. A good example is the Lakota Sioux called “Crazy Horse”. He declined all invitations to join the Council or accept any position of “authority”. Other braves followed him because he WON. He was very intelligent, planned in great detail; was very disciplined in battle (unlike the typical Lakota Indian,where each man fought his OWN battle once things got going). He refused to speak of his triumphs (unlike his peers); was willing to listen to any tactical battle advice; gave credit to others re: battles; and devoted himself to the poorest members of his band/tribe, even if it meant going without for himself.

    During the first great “Peace Conference” at Fort Laramie U.S. officials expected the “chiefs” with some advisors of all the great tribes to show up – perhaps 50-100 Indians. When between 12,000 – 15,000 Indians showed up, they learned in a dramatic way that EVERY person in the tribe was a CHIEF. No Indian man had ANY authority over another man; No Indian man could sign any agreement binding another man,

    John-Henry Hill, M.D., Ph.D.

    • Greg C. says:

      I have 1/8 Native American blood in me, so I always knew from an early age what freedom should be. Hated school, hated employment, started my own software company, and now teach music, and help counter the effects of schooling on developing minds. I agree, freedom does not come through voting – my mother once told me that in her small New England town, people were blacklisted in the local paper if they did not pay the poll tax. It was basically considered a subversive act not to vote, practically as bad as draft-dodging. The motto of the U.S. should have been, “Freedom isn’t free,” a ridiculous saying that is supposed to get you to surrender your “tiny” individual freedom to the self-determination and quasi-protection of the group.

    • bdoyen says:

      JohnHenryHill, what an interesting comment. Hope you continue to post. I’m enjoying your website, now, too. Thanks.

  3. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Jon, I admire your keen analytical mind and intellectual courage.

    It is strangely quiet here this weekend because you are now recognized as a real threat to the UN’s tyrannical one-world government and US DOE’s – Departments of Education and Energy

    As noted on a few other blogs, . . .

    “This weekend, Jon Rappoport’s blog is the “coal miner’s canary” that will tell us if there is any hope for freedom under President Trump:

  4. bob klinck says:

    Surely what’s missing here is a clear definition of “freedom”. If the universe functions in accordance with inherent laws, then a notion of freedom that posits the ability to ignore them and do whatever we choose is simply delusional–a formula for guaranteed failure. The only freedom having meaning would be the ability to discover and conform to these laws in order to advance and enrich our lives. I think that voluntarism besting compulsion as a path to personal growth and satisfaction is one of these laws, but unfortunately genuine voluntarism is hard to cultivate within the hierarchy enforced by centralized finance that currently controls human affairs.

  5. Oliver K. Manuel says:


    Is freedom our inherent, individual ability to develop our own understanding of reality, truth, God?–universe–is–in–good–hands./

    • bob klinck says:

      At a deep level, I would accept this definition. Incidentally, it exposes how utterly unfree we currently are, with interests and institutions striving day and night to keep our minds distracted by identity politics, trivial or blatantlly contrived misinformation, rah-rah collective emotional experiences (e.g., sports and their American extrapolation, war), largely redundant (especially as industrial robots proliferate) jobs that, were it not for the income they supply, the majority of people would rather not be doing, etc.

      A more practical definition of freedom in daily life (per C.H. Douglas) is that it is the ability effectively to make discrete choices; i.e., to choose one thing at a time from among meaningful options.

  6. Oliver Manuel says:

    Here is my admittedly crass, over-simplified, capitalistic analysis of the development of energy for humanity:

    1. Alfred Nobel achieved great wealth and fame by developing and patenting a way to release chemical energy from tri-nitro-glycerine (dynamite) in 1867.

    2. Steady progress in development of even more powerful atomic/nuclear energy by Prout, Einstein, Rutherford, Aston and Chadwick in 1815-1932 was abruptly halted in 1935 when Chadwick accepted a Nobel Prize by reversing his 1932 endorsement of Rutherford’s 1920 suggestion “neutrons are compacted hydrogen atoms,” i.e., compacted proton-electron pairs.

    3. After the release of energy from cores of uranium and plutonium atoms destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 Aug 1945 and 9 Aug 1945, nations and national academies of sciences were united on 24 Oct 1945 to hide the source of energy in atomic bombs, and

    4. A Nobel Prize was awarded to Hideki Yukawa in 1949 for a false nuclear model that hid the 1935 error by Weizsacker and Chadwick.

    5. Thus human greed and selfishness isolated humanity from the most abundant and powerful source of energy provided by his Creator.

  7. Keanu Mattos-Nathaniel says:

    I find this to be a very interesting piece. I do seem interested in how it correlates with what I been consciously telling mySELF lately. I do coin the term ‘Individual Power’ and don’t take interest in most new age and other cults talking about ‘WE ARE ONE’ and shit like that. I stick to connecting only to Self and not some external force which could potentially be parasitic or leaving your thoughts/mind vulnerable to psychic entities behind the curtains.

    Like Laura Leon said:
    If one is connected to their True Source, through one’s inner kingdom, and not via external sources, then they will not seek to gravitate to anything parasitic with attaching hosting forces, designed to lead one astray.

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