Why the Army of Reality always needs more soldiers

by Jon Rappoport

November 22, 2017

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What we call Reality is a hall of mirrors. It reflects itself back and forth and builds up a consensus.

People do the same thing. They confirm with one another that the reality they believe is real is, in fact, real.

And having established that, they live out their lives and make the best of it.

But what happens if you defect? What happens if you’re not satisfied to live out the rest of your life inside the space of what everyone assumes is real?

More to the point, what happens if you’re not satisfied to live out the rest of your life inside the space of what YOU assume is real?

This is where a lot of people get off the train. They assert, with great assurance, that what they have discovered is the ultimate frontier. They’ve broken through the illusion. They’ve found out who is running the show from behind the curtain.

And with those discoveries in their pocket, they will live out their lives, confident in the knowledge that they can’t be fooled. They’ve won the prize.

Actually, peering behind the curtain and seeing what’s there is step one. The journey has barely begun.

No matter what degree of truth one has found, living out the rest of a life in that truth is going to be disappointing. It’s eventually going to be boring. It’s eventually going to be insufferable.

You want to lift that curtain, and you should. You should find out everything you can about who and what is behind it, and how they operate. But how long before you stop patting yourself on the back?

How long before you decide to create, with great passion and commitment, your own reality, the one you profoundly desire?

The process of creating reality never ends. It’s the ongoing voyage. It’s the reason things become new. It’s the reason boredom loses. It’s the reason you have no end. It’s the reason you can’t be stopped.

It’s the means by which you don’t decline. It’s the means by which you keep imagining something you haven’t imagined before.

It’s the reason you don’t “live out your life.”

It’s the reason “living out your life” seems about the worst thing you can do.

No excuses will suffice to rationalize staying in one place. No complaints will make you feel better. No “ultimate” space or time is good enough, as it is, to convince you that you should just play out the string inside it.

Right now, we are witnessing tech giants—Google, Facebook, You Tube, Twitter—hiding and de-listing news they deem “fake.” On one level, this is an obvious attempt to control political content. But on a much deeper level, this is an effort to shore up THEIR REALITY. They want to consolidate their Army of believers and expand its ranks. Outsiders and their ideas and analyses are a threat.

Outsiders, heaven forbid, might decide to launch other creative realities that bleed into the consensus and dissolve it.

The independent and free individual mind has its own immune system. It responds when it detects the intrusion of collectivist concoctions.

“Alert! Fake collective reality is showing up. Take action. Resist. Reject.”

Yes, but then?

The individual then has the power to invent his own future, according to his own vision. This is where the journey really gets interesting.

This is where new space and new time emerge, and the space of consensus shrinks and withers.

This is where the Army of Reality has no answer.

In my private consulting practice, I’ve worked with a number of clients, each of whom has his own invention of reality—a project and an enterprise that spills over the conventional boundaries.

Each enterprise is quite different. Each approach is quite different.

What’s similar is the available energy for the work.

Where does that energy come from?

It comes from the individual himself.

When imagination and the creative impulse are unleashed, energy appears in large quantities. New and fresh energy.

Frontier energy.

Cutting-edge energy that quite naturally and automatically begins to shred Army of Reality energy.

Life renews. Life begins again.

The fabric of old limiting ideas falls apart, and the individual steps out on to a unique launching platform.

His own.

This is the voyage that can never be stopped.

Because it doesn’t depend on the fake news and fake consensus and the fake illusion of power of The Group.

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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.

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16 comments on “Why the Army of Reality always needs more soldiers

  1. tomaz050959 says:

    Reblogged this on tomaz2015 and commented:
    Actually, peering behind the curtain and seeing what’s there is step one. The journey has barely begun.

    No matter what degree of truth one has found, living out the rest of a life in that truth is going to be disappointing. It’s eventually going to be boring. It’s eventually going to be insufferable.

  2. Reblogged this on John Barleycorn and commented:
    Wakie wakie

  3. Benjamin says:

    All good points as usual. The ensuing battle might be termed ‘competing realities’.

  4. Keanu says:

    Hey Jon. I do have interests in some of your works, and some of them do catch my curiosity because of some statements you made that I thought the same thing.

    I am curious about one thing and I am wondering if you are gonna do a blog about it. It’s regard the whole craze about ‘Net Neutrality’ and the rumors of FCC about to get rid of it. Also, do you think it’s a bad idea to remove ‘Net Neutrality’ or is it as I crazily thought, a ‘De-Programming’ of the human mind? Perhaps it’s a “On the one hand and on the other” sort of thing.

  5. will iam says:

    Why would “the army” of reality need more “soldiers”?
    Wouldn’t that just foster a new and improved consensus reality with the same old wars?
    Or would those become new and improved as well?….. just wondering

    • JB says:

      Exactly. Thank you.

      Reality functions like truth: “Because truth can stand by itself, it has no need for government; and because it has no need for government, truth is fundamentally inimical to government.” Untamed Tongue p159 Untamed Tongue Dr Thomas Szasz Substitute “reality” for truth” and “army” for “government” in this declaration.

      The objective of science is to establish physical principles that form the basis of objective reality. There’s no consensus and no “mass movement” involved.

      “If the reporter has killed our imagination with his truth, he threatens our life with his lies.”–Karl Kraus

      • will iam says:

        Reality does not function like truth, reality is truth and truth is reality, how can there be a separation?

        I sense that it does not reveal itself completely for those whom would create a divide. It takes complete responsibility and that can only be established by an individual sovereign in its own thinking and not in need of soldiers or armies. War is created for those with that need.

        Thx for the quotes!

    • Michael burns says:

      Isn’t that why it got this far; each generation added to to the lie. Fresh eyes, a rebranding, and new reasons for old wars.

  6. Great article, Jon.

    We think on almost identical lines here even though I say it in a different way in this old post of mine



  7. Terry Adams says:

    On a personal level, Jon, this one really hit home with me. THANKS man!

  8. J.D.Jarry. says:

    it is there but not key…I am by it and observe it – but it is not of mine – this hypnotic game, energy of restriction, line of fake authority, shaped to limit all those who listen.

  9. RoibeardH says:

    Reblogged this on Awaken Lifeform and commented:
    In the age information the winner controls information and place fake consent in peoples mind. For example Germany got a NDG law, where a company censor information on the internet through 1 million penalty for private persons and 5 million for business to delete what’s against political correctness. NDG was set up like the FED within Bundestag holidays with a majority of representatives who were forced by political whip. While election after that 30% of the people confirmed the political party that set it up.
    Task done, mission completed?

  10. Michael Z Freeman says:

    Group mind. Still fending it off. But I guess that means I’m “mentally ill” ?

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