The one dimensional mind of today
written by A Truth Soldier
The one dimensional mind was born in the modern digital age.
The one dimensional mind possess no intellectuality.
It possess no individuality.
It possesses no uniqueness or creative artistry.
It is a completely superficial and artificial mind.
The one dimensional mind is incapable of seeing beyond its external appearances.
The one dimensional mind acts out its life to be accepted by other one dimensional minds.
The one dimensional mind lives a preset staged life.
The one dimensional mind only exists to receive acceptance from all other one dimensional minds.
It has no depth of character and can not see any depth of reality in this world..
It lives surrounded by a world filled with one dimensional minds.
A one dimensional mind is not natural.
It did not come into existence by the natural evolution of humanity.
The one dimensional mind has never seen any dimension in reality, ever.
That mind has no conscience,
for it is not conscious of the effects of its actions in reality.
For it knows not reality.
It can not see real life and has never seen real life.
It sees everything through a digital reality in high definition appearance and sound.
But before it became a digital reality it was an analog reality.
A signal that had to be analyzed.
But today the digital world no longer permits or offers any means to analyze it.
It is a just a flat screen of an unreal reality.
The people of today never went out in the real world when they were young and developing.
They never went out and developed real natural relations with others.
It instead stayed inside and went into the artificial digital world of social engineering.
That child then grew up to be todays matrix generation.
A generation that can not see or accept anything that it did not learn from a digital program.
The human that grew up with digital electronic games of life played on a one dimensional screen,
see life as just that, a one dimensional world.
This one dimensional mind can not and has never ever related to the natural world.
It has most likely never been out in the natural and unpolluted peaceful beautiful natural world.
It has never gone over to smell a flower.
It has never appreciated the fluttering of a butterfly.
The songs in the morning air from the birds.
It has probably never sat on the banks of a spring creek.
Listening to the wonderful sounds of the water rushing down from the hills and over the rocks.
Has never scooped up and drank some pure spring water that does not contain fluoride or chlorine.
A water that has been purified by nature and did not come from a city treatment plant that recycles sewer water.
A one dimensional mind is not aware that its mind is unhealthy and unpure.
A one dimensional mind can be very dangerous.
For it only responds to digital information that is fed to it from so called ‘Official sources”.
Such as a Police offer that gets a digital out put of information that can not be verified nor can it be known if the information that it is being given, that which was also supplied by another one dimensional mind is realistic and true or not.
Or like a military jet pilot that grew up playing digital combat games,
who now only sees life as a digital output and then shoots
and bombs as if the targets are just artificial one dimensional digital creations.
The one dimensional mind is dangerous indeed.
The one dimensional mind is addicted to the digital world,
and needs to consume its daily dose of digital social engineering to feed it unhealthy mind.
When that person comes home,
if it does not get its daily dose of social engineering from that one dimension screen.
It becomes very unstable and unpredictable.
It can not break its addiction to unreality.
It needs its addiction and will attack any intellectual that tries to wake it up by telling it the reality of the
Zionist, Banksters, Corporate Matrix New World Order control system that is feeding it, its addiction.
That addiction means that the addict will do, kill, destroy and rob anyone to get its next psychological digital fix.
The world today is very unhealthy and unnatural.
The one dimensional mind does not value or appreciate anything that comes from a healthy world or mind.
The one dimensional mind is now destroying the last dimension.
That is planet earth.
Human Clones Have No Soul
I remember a similar description of the body politic. It has a head, but no brains, it has a body, but no soul, it has appendages, but no heart. Many people who cannot think for themselves are easily persuaded by those who have no issues with thinking for them. Such is the way of the Orwellian group think. The more people who choose vincible ignorance, the more one dimensional the world becomes to the awakened.
Comment by firstname.lastname@example.org | September 7, 2012
Delusional reality: Everything peddled by politicians, media, banks and television is a fiction
Thursday, September 06, 2012
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com
(NaturalNews) The “War on Terror” is a complete fabrication. There is no terrorism other than what the government creates in order to sell its agenda of a police state takeover. Click here to read Paul Craig Roberts’ article that lays this out in brilliant detail.
The CDC’s war on West Nile virus is also a complete fabrication. There is no real West Nile virus threat. (Read article here.) The odds of being killed by West Nile are, much like with “terrorism,” even lower than the odds of being killed by a bee sting.
The “economic recovery” of America is a fairy tale. Over the last few days, the federal debt reached a jaw-dropping $16 trillion — nearly $5 trillion of that debt has been incurred under one person: President Obama. Unemployment is at record highs. Half the population is on federal aid of one form or another. Food stamp costs have skyrocketed.
“Obamacare” is a fiasco. Dubbed the “Affordable Care Act,” in reality health insurance costs have vastly increased after the passage of this ill-conceived law.
Bin Laden wasn’t killed by U.S. Navy Seals. The war is a fake. The news is faked. The media is completely, utterly faked, running totally fictional stories. CNN is actually an elaborate theater operation, faking sets, locations, sound effects and everything else you can imagine. Don’t believe me? Watch this totally faked CNN broadcast from the Gulf War, featuring “journalist” Charles Jaco:
The whole thing is so hilarious it’s almost an SNL skit! At one point, a fake air raid siren sounds off, indicating a biological weapons attack (total fear mongering on CNN), and one of the guests in the fake studio frantically straps on a HELMET! Yeah, because helmets are the defense of choice against biological attacks, it seems. See if you can actually watch this CNN video and not laugh out loud…
Newspapers run fake news like “organic foods are no healthier than conventional foods.” (http://www.naturalnews.com/037065_organic_foods_mainstream_media_psyo…)
The FBI plans and carries out fake terror plots all across the USA (http://www.naturalnews.com/034325_FBI_entrapment_terror_plots.html).
All the ads of Big Pharma are completely faked, promoting dangerous prescription drugs that are approved by the FDA based on faked clinical studied.
The USDA, EPA, FDA, ATF, DEA are all fake operations, actually running their own scams and frauds rather than protecting the American public from anything. We’d all be better off to simply abolish every federal regulator and start over.
The history taught in public schools is wildly faked. The explanations of who killed JFK and MLK are all faked. They don’t want you to know real history.
Banking financial instruments are all faked. And the bank RATINGS are utterly faked. It’s all complete fiction, and that fiction will soon unravel.
The food you buy is faked, by the way. Fake colors, fake flavors, fake marketing claims on the packaging, and even fake chemical ingredients. All the real nutrients are processed out, leaving “fake food.”
Cities are fake ecosystems. City parks are faked with weed killer, pesticides, and non-native plants everywhere. Your tap water faucet is a “fake waterfall” in your kitchen. It’s all illusion. Behind the mechanics, there is no real waterfall. It’s all a series of electrical pumps and pipes that bring the water to you. Once the electricity stops, the illusion collapses.
The FDIC’s insurance of your bank deposits is an illusion. When the banks go bankrupt — an event that’s coming very, very soon — the FDIC will go bankrupt right along when them. Your deposits will be lost.
Your “pension” is an illusion. It’s nothing more than a fabricated promise to pay you some amount of money at some future date. It does not exist in the real world, and it can vanish literally overnight.
Geopolitical lines are also fake. The thick red line that outlines your state on a map doesn’t exist in the real world. Drive out there and see for yourself: there is NO LINE. So why do we pretend there is?
AIDS is not real. It’s a completely fictional disease used by the CDC to scare everybody into giving it more funding and more power. HIV tests are completely bogus, as even the scientists who run the tests readily admit. (http://www.naturalnews.com/027890_AIDS_test_HIV.html)
The “cure for cancer” is not real, at least not as hyped by the pink ribbon non-profits. They aren’t even looking for a cancer cure, folks. It would put the entire cancer industry out of business! (http://www.naturalnews.com/036711_Komen_for_the_Cure_mammography_frau…)
Vaccine mythology is completely faked. It’s all a fairy tale. There is no immunity granted by the injection of “attenuated” viral strains combined with stealth cancer viruses and chemical adjuvants. Vaccines are “medical theater” that don’t even work. The “vaccine science” is all faked by the drug companies, and this is now a matter a public record from whistleblower scientists who worked on those vaccines and took part in spiking the clinical blood samples with animal antibodies! (http://www.naturalnews.com/036417_Glaxo_Merck_fraud.html)
Airport security is fake. It’s all “security theater.” All the TSA molestations in the world still haven’t caught a single terrorist.
Government power is an illusion. It’s all a bluff. The government only has power because people believe it does. Hence the need for costumes (uniforms) and sparkly, shiny objects (badges) to mesmerize the gullible masses.
Entitlements are an illusion which will soon end. The U.S. government is now $16 trillion in debt, meaning the money the government has been spending is FAKE. When reality comes due, entitlement programs will collapse.
The stock market as a fair investment device is faked. As the Facebook IPO proved, Wall Street is really just a rigged game for insiders to loot gullible investors.
Your DVD player is faked. Remember when VCRs simply played the tape when you inserted the tape? Now your DVD player has to connect to the “cloud” somewhere, download updates, reboot, decode, sync, run a bunch of algorithms and then if you’re lucky it actually plays a movie. But this entire process is “virtual” (digital) and not real (analog).
In fact, your email doesn’t exist. Your saved files and documents don’t exist. The web page you’re reading right now doesn’t exist. Your bank account doesn’t exist. One electromagnetic pulse burst is all it would take to wipe out all electronic devices (and most data storage) across the country. Imagine your entire Facebook history, Twitter history and email history wiped clean in a microsecond. (For many, that wouldn’t be such a bad thing, actually.)
Most of your life is played out in a virtual world, almost as if you were an animated character in a computer simulation… something like The Matrix.
You are living in a dream world, Neo.
So what’s real?
• Physical books. No batteries required.
• Family, including pets.
• Dirt (soil).
• Gardening, permaculture, seeds.
• Gold and silver.
• Consciousness, free will, awareness.
• The sun. Warmth and light. Energy for life.
• Liquid water. Perhaps the most miraculous substance in the universe.
• Honeybees, insects and pollinators.
• Sea salt. Minerals. Elements for health.
• Love, compassion, forgiveness, humility.
• Firearms, hammers and other purely mechanical devices that don’t need “firmware” to operate.
Words of wisdom from the Health Ranger
• Start trading your VIRTUAL things for REAL things. At the moment, for example, you can “spend” your virtual electronic money (in your electronic bank account) in order to buy real things such as seeds, garden tools and silver.
• Do not put all your eggs in the “virtual” basket. Even if you think your financial assets are diversified by being held in different funds or banks, they’re all still 100% virtual! (Fiat money isn’t REAL.)
• Make yourself learn how to navigate reality. Instead of playing Farmville, grow a real garden with real dirt and real seeds. Learn real skills and familiarize yourself with the real (natural) world. Turn off your GPS and learn to read a map, for starters.
• Kill your TV! There is nothing more stupid, insidious and mind-numbing than the TV. Nothing will separate you from reality faster than television. If you have cable TV, cancel it. If you have satellite TV, disconnect it. Remove this insidious technology from your life or it will dominate your mind, your beliefs, your emotions and your reactions to everything that happens in the world. Television is a pathway to total zombification. It’s not just the ads either; the programs are also laced with propaganda, violence, perversion and negative influence.
And keep reading NaturalNews.com and other alternative news websites. We are the last safe harbor of truthful information left on the planet. We aim to report what’s REAL, not the fictions peddled by the delusional institutions that attempt to dominate your mind and stuff it full of falsehoods.
How Television News Creates the Illusion of Knowledge
In analyzing network coverage of the Sandy Hook murders, I had no intention of doing a series of articles on television news, but the opportunity to deconstruct the overall grand illusion was compelling.
A number of articles later, I want to discuss yet another sleight-of-hand trick. The myth of “coverage.”
It’s familiar to every viewer. Scott Pelley, in seamless fashion, might say, “Our top story tonight, the widening conflict in Syria. For the latest on the Assad government crackdown, our coverage begins with Clarissa Ward in Damascus…” .
Clarissa Ward has entered the country secretly, posing as a tourist. She carries a small camera. In interviews with rebels, she discovers that a) there is a conflict, b) people are being arrested c) there is a funeral for a person who was killed by government soldiers, d) defiance among the citizenry is growing.
In other words, she tells us almost nothing.
But CBS is imparting the impression that her report is important. After all, it’s not just anchor Scott Pelley in the studio. It’s a journalist in the field, up close and personal. It’s coverage.
Here are a few of the many things we don’t learn from either Pelley or Ward. Who is behind the rebellion in Syria? What is their real goal? What covert role is the US playing? Why are there al Qaeda personnel there?
But who cares? We have coverage. A key hole view. It’s wonderful. It’s exciting for two minutes. If we’re already brainwashed.
Coverage in television means you have the money, crew, resources, and stand-up reporters you can send out into the field. That’s all it means. It has nothing to do with information.
CNN made its reputation by coverage, from one end of the planet to the other. Yet, what did we really learn in all those years? We learned that, by straining to the point of hernia, a cable network could present news non-stop, 24/7.
The trick of coverage is the smooth transition from anchor in the studio to reporter in the field. The reporter is standing in front of something that vaguely resembles or represents what we imagine the locale contains. A large squat government building, a tower, a marketplace, a river, a skyline.
At some point during the meaningless report, the screen splits and we see both the anchor and the reporter. This yields the impression of two concerned professionals discussing something significant.
Then we’re back to the reporter in the field filling up the whole screen.
The anchor closes with a question or two.
“Denise, have you seen any tanks in the area?”
“No Wolf, not in the last hour. But we have reports from last night of shelling in the village.”
Well, isn’t this marvelous. Wolf is in Atlanta and Denise is in Patagonia. And they’re talking to each other in real time. Therefore, they must be on top of what’s going on.
“Denise, we understand medical help arrived a short time ago.”
“Yes, Wolf. Out in the desert, in tents, surgeons are performing emergency operations on the wounded.”
Well, what else is there to know? They’ve covered it.
In a twist on this performance, Denise might say, “Government officials are cautiously optimistic about repelling the invading force.” We cut to an interview conducted by Denise, in a hotel room, a few hours earlier.
She’s sitting across from a man in a suit. He’s the minister of information for the ruling party.
Denise: Is it true, Dr. Oobladee, that rebels groups in the suburbs have taken over several branch offices of the central bank?
Dr. Oob: We don’t believe that’s accurate. Our soldiers have been providing security for families in the area.
Denise: And their fortifications are secure?
Dr. Oob: They’ve trained for this mission, yes.
Cut back to Denise standing where she was standing before.
“Wolf, as the night wears on, we hear sporadic gunfire from the civic center. It’s a repeat of the last three evenings. The rebels are determined to make a stand and not give up further ground, in this war that enters its sixth month…”
Cut back to the studio in Atlanta.
“Thank you, Denise. We’ll take a break and be back in a minute to discuss the upcoming controversial film, Cold War in a Hat, starring George Clooney.”
We went from Atlanta to a street corner in the capital of Patagonia and then to a hotel room in the city, and then back to the street corner, then to Atlanta, off to a commercial, and then back to the studio for teasers on a new film. The technology and the technique are indeed impressive. The knowledge imparted is hovering at absolute zero, but it doesn’t matter. They have coverage.
It’s on the order of a magician sawing a woman in a box in half, after which the box is opened and found to be empty.
Coverage can also be simultaneous. In the middle of the screen is the anchor, head and shoulders, talking about the latest shooting. In the upper left-hand corner is a little static scene of three police cars with flashing lights sitting near a strand of yellow tape across a front yard. At the bottom of the screen is a moving line of text recapping headlines of the hour. Coverage. Look at all that. They must know what they’re doing.
Then we have the bonanza of coverage, a story that deals cards to several reporters in the field at different locations. As always, the anchor retains control. He may have two or three reporters on screen at the same time after they individually file their thirty-second pieces.
There is a bit of crosstalk. The anchor mediates. The shipment of frozen food was tainted. Therefore, we have a reporter standing in front of FDA headquarters in Maryland, another reporter in front of the manufacturer’s home office in Indiana, and a third reporter outside a hospital emergency room in San Francisco, where a child is having his stomach pumped. There is also a three-second clip of a lab in which workers in white coats and masks are moving around, and a clip of a moving assembly line which presumably has something to do with the production of the tainted product.
The whole story, as the network tells it, could be compressed down to 20 seconds, total. But they want coverage.
On election night, a network could simply show three or four newsmen sitting around in shirtsleeves smoking cigars and talking about the Jets for a few hours, after which one of them says, “Obama just won.”
But instead, we get the circus. A half-dozen stand-ups from various campaign headquarters, a numbers guru with a high-tech map as big as a movie screen pulling up counties in the studio, an anchor “bringing it all together,” and pundits weighing in with sage estimates. Team coverage. The “best in the business.”
I love hearing Wolf Blitzer utter that line. It makes me think of a guy selling expired cheese. But after all, he has a right to promote his people. He’s not just in a studio, he’s in The Situation Room. Where there is coverage.
The height of absurdity is achieved during a violent storm. A reporter has to be standing out in the rain and vicious wind, water seeping into his shoes, holding an umbrella in one hand and a mic in the other, looking for all the world like the umbrella is going to take him up into the sky.
The storm could be shot from inside a store at ground level, and the reporter could be sitting in a chair next to the cash register peering out through the window, but that wouldn’t really be coverage.
If you were to compare the anchor/reporter-in-the-field relationship of 40 years ago to today, you’d see a stark difference. In days of yore, it was exceedingly clunky and clumsy. It was one anchor and one reporter, but at least the man in the field was expected to have something to say. Now it’s all flash and intercutting. Now it’s the technique. The facile blending. The rapid interchange of image. It’s nothing made into something.
Segueways and blends are far more important than content. The newspeople are there merely to illustrate smoothness and transition. Brian Williams (NBC) is the champion operator for this mode. He is the doctor who can impart to you a diagnosis of a disease that doesn’t exist, but you don’t care. He’s a fine waiter in an expensive restaurant who will deliver three small items in the center of a very large plate and make you feel honored. He’s a golfer with such a fine swing you don’t care how many strokes he takes to get to the green. When he shifts to his man or woman in the field, you feel he’s conferring knighthood. Brian knows coverage.
There is a phenomenon that ought to be called minus-coverage coverage. Sandy Hook gave us wall-to-wall everything without exposing a single fact behind a fact. We saw nothing but Sandy Hook for two days on end, with stand-ups from every hand on deck, and yet we learned almost zero after the first few hours.
In the second Gulf War, we were bombarded with studio and field reports, but we saw no engagement or conflict that exposed both sides in simultaneous action against each other. Embedded reporters had to pledge the life of their first-born they wouldn’t break a rule laid down for journalists by the Army command.
Modern network coverage does one important thing. It establishes a standard by which other news is measured. For most viewers, if the news can’t display full technique, full smoothness, full effortless transition, it must be lacking in some important, though undefined, way.
Coverage is almost synonymous with transition. How the news moves from anchor to reporter(s) and back is Value. This is highly significant because it mirrors what a good hypnotist is able to do. If he’s a real pro, he doesn’t just put someone in a trance and talk to him, he puts him under and then moves from one topic to another—without breaking the trance. This is a skill.
In fact, the hypnotist’s transitions are a vital aspect of the process itself. The patient feels the guidance as the scene changes before his eyes. The hypnotist (or news anchor) is presenting scene after scene and extending time without causing a jarring ripple in the still lake of consciousness.
Whatever a person learns in a trance state, while, for example, watching the news, functions somewhat differently from what he learns while he is awake. Trance learning tends to settle in as a lens, as a way of thereafter viewing the world. It doesn’t add content or knowledge so much as it produces a viewpoint that generates an attitude toward reality.
As in: THESE are the parameters of reality, but THOSE aren’t. I care THIS much, I don’t care THAT much. I care in THIS way, not in THAT way. I’m at THIS distance from what is happening, not at THAT distance.
To enhance this level of teaching, the major networks utilize technology and personnel in the direction of making each edition of the national news, every night, one seamless ribbon of flowing river, with straightaways, corners, turns, adjustments; never breaking, never ceasing until the last breath of the anchor and the closing music fadeout.
And the next challenge for them is the integration of commercials, so the viewer truly doesn’t register a shift of consciousness during those moments.
Some day, people will look back on the news of today and say, “How could they have altered the mood during commercials? That was ridiculous. They were really primitive, weren’t they? What were they they thinking? The whole idea is to have one uninterrupted experience.”
The blue hues in the news studio set will match up perfectly with the blues in the commercials. The sound and tone of the anchor’s voice will be mirrored by the narrator of the commercial. The pace of the commercial will match the pace of the news.
In fact, it’s already starting to happen. If you watch shows via a DVR, you might notice that fast-forwarding through commercials is a different experience these days. It used to be a cinch to stop the fast-forward when the show began again, because the colors and shapes of the commercials were so different from those of the show. But now, not so much. The commercials are tuned more closely to the programs.
Some day, the meaning of network coverage will include commercials. The one unending stream will sustain the light trance of the viewer.
Major corporate advertisers will realize they don’t want to jolt the viewer out of the show; they want to leave him in the trance. In other words, corporations won’t be so concerned about competing against other corporations. With these companies coming, more and more, under centralized ownership, under the control of big banks, the whole idea will be to tune the attitude of the viewer toward “corporate buying” in general.
Every huge corporation, allied with big government, will aim to condition the viewing audience to the State Oligarchy.
Coverage in the Matrix.