Launching a personal revolution of vast proportions
by Jon Rappoport
April 3, 2018
A reader wrote and asked me whether the monolith I mentioned in an article about the Matrix was connected to the monolith in the Kubrick film, 2001.
In the film, the mysterious black monolith is proposed as a jump start to human evolution. It somehow transmits, to primitive tribespeople, more advance intelligence.
This idea is interesting as a fictional device, but the whole premise of “downloading IQ” is filled with holes. We see the premise today, as Technocrats promise a brain-computer hookup which will transfer vital information to the human user.
The notion, for example, that a person with no math skills could suddenly be well-versed in advanced calculus is unsupported, to say the least. It’s a fantasy which offers “something for nothing.”
The monolith of the mind I described in my article is a collection and a grouping and an accumulation of ideas, thoughts, images, and feelings, packed more and more densely, which supports the conviction that GREAT POWER EXTERNAL TO THE INDIVIDUAL EXISTS AND SHOULD BE LOYALLY ADHERED TO.
The individual, over time, builds up this monolith and actually creates it—because he knows that power exists somewhere, and he settles on this version of it. He can’t imagine any other version of it. He’s correct in assuming the power exists, but he puts it in the wrong place.
Nevertheless, that monolith is his prime work of art, so to speak. He keeps expanding it.
Whereas, in fact, THE POWER BELONGS TO HIM. HE HAS THAT POWER. IT ISN’T GIVEN TO HIM. HE HAS ALWAYS HAD IT, AND HE WILL ALWAYS HAVE IT.
But this is not apparent to him. And since it isn’t, he takes his cues from the prevailing culture, and the armies of propagandists who labor on behalf of those few men who want all the power for themselves—which they translate as the power to control and dominate.
The power the individual has is the power to create reality. Realities.
So we are talking about two different kinds of power, and two different places where it exists.
The individual who is building up his monolith is building up the inferior kind of power in the wrong place.
And if he looks to society and civilization and education to confirm that he really has the power, he will find nothing to assure him. He has to explore this on his own.
He is in the position of every quintessential outsider since the beginning of time.
I can tell you this: when an individual begins to recognize he DOES have the power to invent reality which reflects his most profound desires—and when he advances a few miles along that road—he will undergo a personal revolution.
And the revolution will assume vast proportions.
Concurrently, he will see the monolith he has created wither and shrink and blow away in the wind.
Nor is individual power “a trick of DNA.” Stories about some alien race creating human DNA or limiting it intentionally—even if those stories are true—still do not explain the basic power I’m talking about. Hoping to be rescued by advances in DNA science is one more version of “give me something for nothing.”
RIGHT NOW, the individual has the power to invent realities on a wide, wide scale, if he realizes the fact. You could call this “magic,” you could call this “natural,” but whatever you call it, it exists.
Here are a few notes I made prior to preparing my three Matrix collections:
“Propaganda says: defect from your own power. Never find out what it is. Assume it isn’t there. Propaganda says: all life is about the species, not about the individual.”
“There is you, there is your own power. And what is that power? It comes in two forms or venues. First, there is the ability to apply logic to events and information; to think rationally from A to B to C; to analyze. And second, there is imagination, the capacity to conceive and then invent realities that would never otherwise exist in the world.”
“You exercise your creative power to fulfill what you deeply desire; and that process will, in fact, spill over and affect others in a positive way. It will lift them up. It will remind them that they, too, have power.”
“Passivity is a disease. It spreads and takes over. It makes strong people weak, and weak people demented. The passive life is precisely and exactly a life without power. The cure is a life lived with power.”
“Some people want to say that power is a neutral object that can be used for good or evil. That isn’t true. Your deepest power is alive. It’s personal. It’s stunningly energetic and dynamic.”
“It takes great energy for a person to bury his own strength. Why not use that energy to expand your power?”
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)
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.