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  Red Pills in Music: 33 Songs About Our Matrix, Cults & More

  Hi friends! I'm not dead! It's been another busy week for me and I wasn't finding a whole lot of inspiration in film. Instead, I've been doing a lot of driving and listening to music on the road. A few months ago I came across my old ipod touch and revisited my music collection from 2004-2014. Needless to say it was a blast from the past, and I decided to leave it exactly as it is and not sync it to my current laptop. 
  Waking up tends to make you experience the world differently. Not only do I watch films with a new perspective, I hear music with a new perspective. No surprise. Music is one of the greatest forms of self expression there is, and often the lyrical content of a song comes straight from the authors subconscious. I always ask myself where the inspiration comes from, what the tone is vs the content, and listen for clues that related to what I've learned in the past year especially. 
  There are hundreds of thousands of examples of truth hidden in music. I decided to make my own list of interesting songs, partly inspired from my personal collection and partly inspired by the research that took place when I decided to make the list. These songs come from different eras, genres, and aren't necessarily about the same thing. I found songs that reference the secret government, cults, indigo children, and more. Anything that resonated with me I added to the list. It took some time and I'm making it public, so do feel free to share! 
  1. Take a Bow by Muse
You corrupt
And bring corruption to all that you touch
You'll behold
And beholden for all that you've done
Cast a spell
Cast a spell on the country you run
And risk
You will risk
You will risk all their lives and their souls

And burn
You will burn
You will burn in hell, yeah you'll burn in hell
You'll burn in hell
Yeah you'll burn in hell
For your sins

And our freedom's consuming itself
What we've become
It's contrary to what we want
Take a bow
  There are many songs like this that I didn't used to fully understand that I finally do, and this song is one of them. Upon revisiting one of my favorite bands, I discovered Muse is woke woke. I can't help wondering why the comments are turned off on the YouTube video I linked. I know this is a message to the dark cabal acknowledging their plan to corrupt the country from within. Many musicians know the truth and all they can do is express themselves through music and pass it off as art slightly under the radar. 
2. MK Ultra by Muse 
"The wavelength gently grows
Coercive notions re-evolve
A universe is trapped inside a tear
It resonates the core
Creates unnatural laws
Replaces love and happiness with fear

How much deception can you take
How many lies will you create
How much longer until you break
Your mind's about to fall

And they're breaking through
They're breaking through
They're breaking through
We are losing control"
  I had to also include this song by Muse to point out that Muse is definitely warning the cabal. The linked video is an MTV Exit promotional video against human trafficking using Muse's song "MK Ultra." Enough said. No one can convince me that MK Ultra isn't real, or didn't happen, or isn't still happening. 
  Although, they've tried. 
3. Living in a Bubble by Eiffel 65 
"we live in a bubble baby.
a bubble's not reality.
you gotta have a look outside.
nothing in a bubble, is the way it's supposed to be,
and when it blows you'll hit the ground.
we live in a bubble baby.
but it's not the place to be.
cause it's a place of lies and hype.
don't believe the bubble cause it's nothing but a dream,
and when it blows you'll be alone.
oh yeah"
  When I was a kid I used to love the Europop album by Eiffel 65, and honestly? I still do. Now even more so because I can hear them trying to tell their listeners that the system we're in is a mental prison with Living in a Bubble. You make your reality. The reality we have now, revolving around consumerism, social trends, and swallowing everything the news says is not the real world. As humans we've become a bit soft, relying on conveniences, pre packaged notions and faster and faster results. When this debt system collapses many people will hit the ground hard
4. Too Much of Heaven by Eiffel 65
"Let me tell you what it's all about
It's called money dependence today
And people just keep on going on
Looking at the dollar bill
And nothing else around them
No love, no friendship, nothing else
Just the dollar bill coming on into their pocket
Into their bank account
And that's too much of heaven
Bringing them underground
Let me tell you what it's all about
It's called money dependence today
And people just keep on going on
Looking at the dollar bill
And nothing else around them
No love, no friendship, nothing else
Just the dollar bill coming on into their pocket
Into their bank account"
I included this song from Europop as well because I have a deeper understanding of our currency now, and believe this song is meant to be more than a warning against greed to the average person. It's a message to the cabal that their private debt system is not meant to last. 
5. Nobody's Listening by Linkin Park
"But in the meantime there are those
Who wanna talk this and that
So I suppose
That it gets to a point where feelings gotta get hurt
And get dirty with the people spreading the dirt

It goes

[Mike Shinoda (Chester Bennington):]
(Try to give you warning
But everyone ignores me)
Told you everything loud and clear
(But nobody's listening)
(Call to you so clearly)
(But you don't want to hear me)
Told you everything loud and clear
(But nobody's listening)"
It would be remiss of me not to mention Linkin Park, and while I wanted to pick a few songs from them as well I decided to stick to Nobody's Listening. I strongly believe Chester Bennington had a genetic connection to John Podesta and knew far too much, which lead to his death. I'm sure he went through a very dark struggle, I'm sure and a lot of musicians like him felt like even if they tried to speak up people weren't listening or taking them seriously. 
6. Tom Sawyer by Rush 
"The world is, the world is
Love and life are deep
Maybe as his skies are wide

Today's Tom Sawyer
He gets high on you
And the space he invades
He gets by on you

No his mind is not for rent
To any god or government
Always hopeful, yet discontent
He knows changes aren't permanent
But change is"
Another classic I didn't used to fully understand, Tom Sawyer now hits me very differently. Rush is full of good philosophical quotes to help inspire spiritual awareness. Tom Sawyer strikes me as someone who lives in the moment, flexible to change, not allowing the outside world to affect him, and appreciating everything around him to the max. Not a bad way to live. 
7. Thetawaves by System of a Down
"The unsettled mind is at times an ally
Leaving the senses to fend for themselves
The senses collect undeniable data
Of beta-carotene and theta waves
The unsettled mind is at times an ally
Leaving the senses to fend for themselves
Then the senses wanted the sky

All rise, eyes bound
Time feels like a midnight ride
Finality waits outside
Weeping in perplexity's arms
Caressing our smiles inside

The national debt is at times an ally
Leaving the people to fend for themselves
The people collect undeniable data
About high pulse weapons and microwaves

The national debt is at times an ally
Leaving the people to fend for themselves
Then the people found out the lie"
There are a lot of songs by System of a Down I could use on this list, but they're a bit overplayed. People often use their music to express discontent with the government and politics, but I think their message goes deeper than that. When I looked up thetawaves, I realized they were talking about the state of mind and frequency where we are most affected as humans subconsciously. "Theta activity has a frequency of 3.5 to 7.5 Hz and is classed as “slow” activity. It is seen in connection with creativity, intuition, daydreaming, and fantasizing and is a repository for memories, emotions, sensations. Theta waves are strong during internal focus, meditation, prayer, and spiritual awareness." The cabal seek to hijack this activity and drive our spirituality a specific direction: to a one world religion. 
8. Death of the Journalist by Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
"People used to burn pages, show their in and outrages
These days the gage for rage is who gets flamed on comment pages
No claim is too outrageous for these constant news updates
Lines refined to save time, less complicators to sedate us

We ingest five lines or less stories through our sub consciousness
As times go by the Internet will kill the printed press
Where's the scroll bar on these ink drenched pages? I ain't turning this
Don't believe the hype machine, death of the Journalist

Don't believe the hype machine, death of the Journalist

Good Friday, April 18th, 1930
BBC radio news showed rare maturity
The news reporter said something that these days they wouldn't say
'Good evening, There is no news today' "
This song mostly speaks for itself, but I rediscovered it while shuffling through my music collection. Strange that I listened to so much truth without fully taking it in. The truth really is right there for us to take into account, but we have to be willing to see it. I didn't used to understand the media bias or know about Operation Mockingbird, but I certainly do now. 
9. Americana by The Offspring 
"My future's determined
By thieves, thugs, and vermin
It's quite an excursion
But it's okay
Everything's backwards
In Americana my way"
I never realized just what The Offspring meant here with this sarcastic anthem mocking the backwards reality of our country and the criminals running it. It's a lot easier to understand now. More commentary on how humanity is not meant to run the way it's been running for a few decades now. 
10. American Idiot by Green Day
"Don't wanna be an American idiot
Don't want a nation under the new mania
And can you hear the sound of hysteria?
The subliminal mind fuck America

Welcome to a new kind of tension
All across the alienation
Where everything isn't meant to be okay
Television dreams of tomorrow
We're not the ones who're meant to follow
For that's enough to argue"
  Yet another hit song I believe is misused all the time, American Idiot refers to the corrosion of our country from the inside out using propaganda through the tv. "Where everything isn't meant to be okay" because our emotions are being constantly triggered and fed upon by corporations looking to exploit us. It has nothing to do with being republican or democrat and everything to do with citizens vs. a corrupt government, period. I also believe that line references the fact that we are always at war, and so war is peace 1984 style. 
11. Last Living Souls by Gorillaz 
"What you say?
Cause all I was on
I got it down wrong
I see myself to get
And the Lord, seeing all now
Can you take us in
The part that comin' on
The coldest man doesn't see it's all"
I loved the Gorillaz growing up, 100%. There's always been something about this song that I believe is calling out and asking who has sold their soul and who hasn't. "The coldest man" could very well be a reference to The Devil, right after asking if the Lord, seeing all, can take us in. I don't doubt that there are those in the industry that know exactly what's going on in the battle for our souls. 
Speaking of...
12. The Light is Coming by Ariana Grande ft. Nicki Minaj
"The light is coming to give back everything the darkness stole
You wouldn't let anybody speak and instead—The light is coming to give back everything the darkness stole"
  Before I fully woke up last summer, I got really into Ariana Grande. I found her track on Sweetener The Light is Coming odd and ritualistic, and now I believe it's the prophecy of darkness turning to light. Both Nicki and Ariana are very likely victims in the industry, possibly involved or related to the dark cabal, and they would know what's coming. The voice clip saying "you wouldn't let anybody speak and instead" I believe is a cry for help from those who feel trapped by their contracts and handlers. Regardless, I find myself very suspicious of events around Ariana now, like the Manchester Concert bombing and the death of her ex boyfriend Mac Miller.  
13. Illuminati by Prodigy 
"Illuminati want my mind, soul and my body!
Secret society - tryna keep their eye on me.
But I'm a stay incogni' in - places they can't find me!
Make my moves strategically. (Uugh!)
  I discovered rapper Prodigy during my internet digs pretty recently. Since gangster rap has never really been my thing, I had no idea about this controversial artist who was telling it straight up to people for over ten years before his death in 2017. Hospitalized for sickle cell anemia, it is said he "choked to death on an egg" during treatment. 
14. Trying to Kill Me by Tom MacDonald
"Look, the Illuminati real
They're tryna make you dumb, tryna numb you out with pills
Tryna make you broke, tryna tell you it's a deal
Processin' your food so now none of it is real
You eatin' super good but you still be gettin' ill
You're workin' super hard but you still can't pay the bills
Silencin' the visionaries revisin' their dictionaries
Now you just can't find the right words to say and express how you feel
  Matt showed me this song when we first started talking and got on the topic of truth in music. The mention of the Illuminati in music is not new, but it's interesting to see who talks about it and how they talk about it. Controversial artists who aren't as A list as others are always the ones insisting that it's real and mention all the ways our society is corrupted. A list artists tend to mock it, deny it, or even embrace it. 
15. They Don't Care About Us by Michael Jackson 
"Skin head, dead head
Everybody gone bad
Situation, aggravation
Everybody allegation
In the suite, on the news
Everybody dog food
Bang bang, shot dead
Everybody's gone mad

All I wanna say is that
They don't really care about us
All I wanna say is that
They don't really care about us
  Possibly the king of controversy, I used to believe all of the negative things I read about Michael Jackson until I started going down every rabbit hole I could think of last year. After revisiting his life and considering the corruption within the industry, the abuse he likely experienced as a child, and the way he spoke before he died makes it much harder for me to believe he was truly guilty. I'm not so sure anymore. He certainly knew the ins and outs of that world, and the fact that the elites don't care about the people serving them. 
16. Illuminati by Lil Pump + Anuel AA
"I am a demon and I am a devil, 
I'm on the Billboards, I am a king
And I'm a millionaire and I'm untouchable, 
son of a bitch like Gucci Mane"  
This song is on the list purely for research purposes. It's blatantly satanic trash, the dark cabal on full display. Most of it is in spanish, so the included lyrics are an English translation. With empty violent lyrics and a repetitive hook (just "Illuminati" over and over again), there is no other explanation for this song being so publicly accessible other than a dark cult paying to make us hear it. Yikes. They don't even care anymore. 
17. Mr. Crowley by Ozzy Osborne
"Mr. Crowley, what went on in your head?
Oh, Mr. Crowley, did you talk to the dead?
Your life style to me seemed so tragic
With the thrill of it all
You fooled all the people with magic
Yeah, you waited on Satan's call
I felt I had to include this classic because of all the dark things Ozzy is famous for being into. He's not the only musician to reference Aleister Crowley, the famous occultist and "Wickedest man in the world." Crowley is featured on the cover of The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper, for starters. This crushed me more than a little because Crowley is clearly very satanic and has encouraged artists to seek power through his teachings. He's an important piece of the puzzle worth studying in occult history. 
18. Illuminati by Madonna 
"It's not Jay-Z and Beyoncé
It's not Nicki or Lil Wayne
It's not Oprah and Obama
The Pope and Rihanna
Queen Elizabeth or Kanye

It's not pentagrams or witchcraft
It's not triangles or stacks of cash
Black magic or Gaga
Gucci or Prada
Riding on the Golden Calf

The All-Seeing Eye is watching tonight
That's what it is
Truth and the Light
The All-Seeing Eye is watching tonight
Nothing to hide
The secret's inside"
  Madonna is another artist I strongly feel made a deal for fame and likely knows exactly what's really going on in our reality. She references every major name associated with the Illuminati, implying that something about it has been misunderstood. "Nothing to hide" because the truth is out there for people to find. Her song Illuminati happened to be on her 13th album in 2015, just before the era of conspiracy theorists exploded. The outdated star is looking rough these days, and I'm suspicious that her strange bathroom remix of Vogue was actually a plea for adrenochrome or some sort of supply that kept her feeling good. 
19. D'Evils by Jay-Z 
"It gets dangerous, money and power is changing us
And now we're lethal, infected with D'Evils...

Dear God, I wonder can you save me?
Illuminati want my mind, soul, and my body
  Back in 1996, Jay-Z was using Prodigy's words in his song about evil corrupting him. He seemed to know full well what was happening to him and he ran with it. He had public appearances with occultist Marina Ambramovic, sparking a controversy between them in which she claimed he didn't follow through with his word on supporting her. He says otherwise. There's a ton on Jay Z and Beyonce's complicated history in the spotlight as well as accusations of the two of them being involved in some very dark magic. 
Who knows? But I'm guessing the truth isn't far off. 
20. Illuminati by Fatboy Slim ft. Bootsy Collins
A secret society do exist"
This one is just a fun track, once featured on the Tomb Raider soundtrack. In the past, it's been easy for songs like this to exist insisting the illuminati is real since much of society has never taken the claim all that seriously. They have to tell us, and they do. All the time. They make it fun and show Angelina Jolie kicking ass to it. 
21. Be The One by Yelawolf
"Some think I'm Illuminati 'cause I'm a light in the dark
Lookin' for masonic symbols inside of my body art
That's hilarious Marshall, what the fuck you do to these folks?
Crazy motherfuckers tryin' to put me and you in the boat
With Royce da 5'9", Crooked I, Budden and Joell
But I'm on this ship and I don't give a shit, oh well
I see the storm, let the boat sail
And I'm on deck but the rain pourin' off my raincoat tails
They see God in me 'cause I know Hell
They see the criminal inside of me probably 'cause I broke jail
But my soul is not on wholesale"
I found this song in my research and it sparked my interest for multiple reasons. The song seems to be addressing a beef between him and Eminem (Marshall, Shady, arguably a dark cabal member and rumored clone) as well as implying he is in fact Illuminati, but perhaps not willingly. It's a bit unclear, and could be bitter sarcasm as well. 
22. Cause of Death by Immortal Technique
"My words'll expose George Bush and Bin Laden
As two separate parts of the same seven headed dragon
And you can't fathom the truth, so you don't hear me
You think illuminati's just a fucking conspiracy theory?"
  Also discovered during my research, I found another older rapper addressing the truth about our system. Here he references the inside job that was 9/11, and the fact that the truth is too difficult for some to swallow. Right after that line he says the Illuminati is why it seems as though conservative racists are running things and why the government is listening to all of us, all the time. 
  And some people still don't get it. 
23. The Face by Clutch 
"In the beginning
There was void
The face moved over
Then there was noise
Fire and water
Heaven and stone
Radio kings
Hammer and throne

Uncounted Les Pauls ascend to the sky
Where there was darkness now only light
Uncounted jazz masters rising up from the bottom of the sea
The wicked are levelled the righteous are free"
  I've always loved this song by Clutch and have a majority of their discography on my ipod, if not all of it. There was always something about this song that gave me goosebumps, and now I believe it's because this is their version of the prophecy, the one that talks about the creation of the universe, the fall of man, the rapture, and light prevailing over darkness. This prophecy is embedded in our culture all over the world. "Jazz masters" I believe refers to the creators, people of Atlantis, or enlightened ones making a come back to free the righteous people who deserve a better life. 
24. Vicarious by Tool
"Credulous at best, your desire to believe in angels in the hearts of men.
Pull your head on out your hippie haze and give a listen.
Shouldn't have to say it all again.

The universe is hostile, so impersonal.
Devour to survive.
So it is. So it's always been.

We all feed on tragedy.
It's like blood to a vampire.

Vicariously I live while the whole world dies.
Much better you than I. "
  Tool was another band I listened to growing up, which throws some people off because I was a little young for it. They introduced a lot of deep themes to me that were a bit over my head at times, but intrigued me nonetheless. Regardless of whether or not the band is dark cabal (very likely) I can't help but have respect for their music and what it showed me. Vicarious is definitely a commentary on the state of humanity and the darkness that infects it, along with our obsession with living life through television propaganda. 
25. Third Eye by Tool
"A child's rhyme stuck in my head.
It said that life is but a dream.
I've spent so many years in question
to find I've known this all along."
I wanted to add this song to polarize Vicarious. Third Eye is obviously about ones spiritual journey of the soul to remember what we're on Earth for in the first place, and remembering secret knowledge we have purposely forgotten. It includes a clip from Bill Hicks' routine, whom I'm very suspicious is Alex Jones before a rebrand. 
26. Know Your Enemy by Rage Against The Machine 
"Come on!
Yes, I know my enemies!
They're the teachers who taught me to fight me!
Compromise! Conformity! Assimilation! Submission!
Ignorance! Hypocrisy! Brutality! The elite!
All of which are American dreams!"
Who can talk about exposing the system and rebelling without mentioning Rage Against The Machine? Another band included in my ipod playlist, Rage is yet another heavily played band when it comes to politics that I think is slightly misused. When people don't understand the full truth, they don't completely know who the enemy is. Rage reminds us that the real "American Dreams" are the elite's dreams of controlling us. 
27. Clown World by Tom MacDonald
"You worried 'bout leaving a better planet for our kids
How 'bout leaving better kids for our planet?
Entire generation offended at everything
Getting mad that a human thinks all lives matter
We don't need black or white or left or right
All we need is common sense, we need balance
We're all in the same boat, why you tryna make holes?
If they sink, we sink, this is madness"
  Stated perfectly in the very first verse, I love what Tom MacDonald has been doing lately calling out the hypocrisy of the fake woke "liberal" movement. I got so sick of it myself it's just nice to hear someone with a platform call it out. His message is refreshing and much needed, plus he's in a genre that reaches a lot of the youth which is important. 
28. Kill Each Other / Live Forever by Scars on Broadway 
"I am the one that's calling inside of
Your brain.
I am the one that makes you feel all the
Never mind my name
We don't want to believe that the world
Can still move on
We don't want to believe that the sun can
Still shine on

If we're gonna kill each other how we
Gonna live forever
If we're gonna live forever how we gonna
Kill each other"
 Scars on Broadway is basically a spin off of System of a Down, so it's no surprise they're spouting more truth in their songs. I believe this one is about the paradox that The Devil finds himself in. The dark system we're in now just isn't meant to last. It never was. Eventually it will collapse, and that collapse is happening now. It seems slow to us in real time, but things are changing fast in the big picture.  
29. Staring at the Sun by The Offspring
"Though you hear me
I don't think that you relate
My will is something
That you can't confiscate
So forgive me, but I won't be frustrated
By destruction in your eyes
As you're staring at the sun
As you're staring at the sun"
  There's something about this song by The Offspring that makes me feel like they are talking to the ones in the industry who are on a destructive path. Based on Americana we know they understand our backwards society and the ones running it. Staring at the Sun seems to be a step up to these people in charge, and an anthem to let them know that ultimately they cannot destroy our will. Could it also be a reference to the worship of the sun god, as in the Babylonian Mystery religion? 
30. Indigo Children by Puscifer
"Sirius, Venus and the lunar child (Let your light open wide)
Giggle and the flames grow higher
Dance in a circle around a central fire (Dance and laugh and love a central fire)
The indigo children

Wine, song, food and fire (Wine, song, food and fire)
Clothes, shelter and seed
No more need for the old empire (Fare thee well to the empire)
The indigo children"
  A side project of the lead singer of Tool, Puscifer is another one of my favorite bands. Their song Indigo Children has always felt powerful to me, like another prophecy. Clearly it references planetary alignment and the collapse of an empire as we're beginning to see now. Is this the time of the Indigo Children
31. I Shot Ya (Remix) by LL Cool J ft. Fat Joe, Prodigy etc 
"Illuminati want my mind, soul, and my body
Secret society, tryin to keep they eye on me
But I'm stay incogni', in places they can't find me
Make my moves strategically, the G.O.D.
It's sorta similar but iller than a chess player
I use my thinker, it coincides with my blinker
While you wondered what we sayin on the records real"
  Again for research purposes I took a look at the lyrics of this song mostly because I saw the already mentioned Prodigy had a verse, only to find it seems to be the one Jay Z took a clip from for D'Evils.  
32. They Don't Give a Fuck About Us by 2Pac ft. Outlawz 
"When these devils try to plot, trap our young black seeds
Look it, cops are just as crooked as the niggas they chasin'
Lookin' for role models, our father figures is basers
Some say they expect Illuminati take my body to sleep
Niggas at the party with they shotties just as rowdy as me
Before I fear computer chips, I gotta deal with brothers flippin'
I don't see no devils bleedin', only black blood drippin'
We can change; what your mouth say?
I'm watchin' niggas work their lives out without pay
Whatever it takes to switch places with the busters on top
I'm bustin' shots, make the world stop
They don't give a fuck about us"
  I found this verse by 2Pac in my research as well and it's no surprise, since so many theories surround his death. There is in fact strong evidence to suggest the shooting was staged and 2Pac fled to Cuba to avoid the evil cabal, but we may never know. Here I can tell he's referencing black-on-black crime being a bigger problem than the community will admit, and the ones above us don't care as they hope communities will tear themselves apart while they pretend to care about racism. 2Pac would be calling out the fake wokes of today, that I'm sure of. He might even get himself "canceled." 
33. Wake Up by Judith Rose ft. Harry Mars
"You emote to manipulate
And you kill just to stimulate
Always filling up your plate you spin a web
shift the blame and you complicate
Underground where you desecrate
Hide the truth can't triangulate
Can't stop take it all have a ball watch you fall
While you write your own fate"
  I couldn't help but humbly add my own song to the list, as I wrote it when I was just starting to understand the dark cabal. I wanted to spread the message and get people interested in discovering the truth. This darkness isn't meant to last. I believe I'm here as a messenger, and while my music had to take a backseat while I sort out my life, I haven't given up on it. I'll never forget how great it felt to make something uplifting that encourages people to wake up to all of this. I'm one of many. 
  I hope to get back to creating soon, when things have settled a bit more for me. More changes are coming and I've decided to talk less and do more. Since the drama I found myself in on social media, I decided to take a break from it all for the sake of my ego. Reducing the noise has been really beneficial to me. It's definitely not forever, but I find myself at a point in my spiritual journey that requires me to really narrow my focus.  
  Please share this list if you find it interesting, and thank you so much for reading! It means a lot to me that people care what I'm up to. I'm currently finishing reading "Rise of the New World Order: The Culling of Man" by J. Micha-el Thomas Hays and have a book on the Illuminati as well as the CIA on my reading list. 
  The truth is out there! Love and light to you all. 
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The Iron Giant Reminder: You Are Who You Choose To Be

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Matrix Messages in Ripley Scott's Prometheus and Alien Covenant

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Matrix Analysis: Cabin in the Woods (2012)

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New Jude & Matt Chat with Digital Warrior Wqnderwqman

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New Jude & Matt Chat (and Jude's other appearances)

Hi friends! March has been a busy month for me. I've been hired on as a brand ambassador for a cannabis edible company, which I'm very excited about. Since leaving my dispensary agent job after Covid sucked all the joy out of it, I've really missed educating people about cannabis. In fact, one of the handful of appearances I made on podcasts this month included a new show by James from We The People Radio called WEED the People Radio instead.
Find that chat here. We discussed health benefits and components of the plant that not everyone knows about!
I also caught up with basically the first person to ever interview me, Canadian Anon. We've stayed in touch all this time and decided to keep it up as long as we can! I love having international friends! We planned on chatting again in June, on my birthday. We always end up talking about some weird stuff. Find that here
I had a really good chat on an Instagram live with Seth on his show called Talkie Time. He's been awake since 9/11! It's always interesting talking with veteran truthers. I haven't been fully awake for long and I'm learning all the time, and I can only imagine doing this for years and years. But that's where I'm headed! Find it here.
I had a wild time chatting with Alex and his friends at Conspiracy Castle. I was totally ambushed by flat earthers! I've said in the past I'm not really worried about the shape of the Earth. It's low on my priority list. Would I be surprised if that's how far the lies went? No. Watch the chaos ensue here.
COMING SOON: An episode with Ty on his new show called American Spectacle Show Podcast. We definitely have some different views on things and I wish him luck on his truth journey! We had a good civil chat and I enjoyed hearing his perspective. Keep an eye on his twitter @ASTheBeardedOne for the release! 
Tomorrow night I'm catching up with John Paul Rice on his podcast! I subsequently helped him gain traction last August when I tweeted his video in the middle of going viral. I helped him sort through messages and sent out wake up documents to anyone who asked! It was amazing! I can't wait for the chat. Keep an eye on his twitter @NoRestrictions for the release!
Like I said, it's been a busy month!  I hope to continue inspiring positivity and truth seeking in anyone who listens. Thank you for your time! 

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Self Care Sunday; Tips From Judith Rose

  Hello readers. 2021 is shaping up to be the rough and tumble sequel to 2020. It's now been one year since major changes were announced in the media. After the inauguration, many people lost a lot of hope. For many, the news is a source of stress. Fear is more common than the flu and common cold, which have miraculously disappeared almost entirely. Families and friends are divided like never before on political issues. Gas and insulin prices are up, we're back to bombing to the middle east, and the President has left us in the dark on multiple occasions after getting cut off from answering questions. The delayed stimulus check that hardly makes up for what so many need and have lost in the past year is not only less than what was promised in the beginning of February, but in some cases debt collectors can actually garnish it on its way to you. 
  Things are strange and they don't make sense. Many are understandably stressed. My heart goes out to people struggling to pay bills, raise children, and make sense of it all when they barely have the time to look into it. People that are awake to the global scandal don't know how to solve such an immense problem. Few of us have solutions other than raising awareness. It can be grinding to search for answers, waiting for justice and fighting off people who think you're insane on a regular basis. People have reported higher suicide rates, especially in younger people.
  So how do we cope? 
  As someone who has previously struggled with dark thoughts and suicide ideation, I've gone through some extreme changes to ensure I never go back to that place. Last summer transformed me and I haven't been the same since. I was depressed beforehand, and looking back it's because I wasn't looking at the big picture and considering all perspectives. I've discovered that recovering from negative thinking patterns requires constant work. The ultimate act of self care is recognizing the way the world is trying to program you and reprogramming your mind with conscious intention. 
  The first step is wanting change. Are you miserable all the time? Do you want it to stop? Are you willing to make an effort? When you come to terms with the fact that you alone are responsible for your happiness and the way you react to outside stress, and understand that happiness is a choice, you're free to start working on yourself from the inside out. This invisible war is very spiritual, and so taking care of your spirit first is of utmost importance. If you're looking for tips on internal growth, I humbly offer a few points to consider for achieving day-to-day happiness. 
     1. Learn to accept your past and be present. The past is over and done with. There is nothing you can do about it now. The past can haunt us and hold us back from living our lives. This is even being weaponized in the media; dragging up history to create problems only make the present more difficult to live in. If you're having trouble, practice sitting quietly in a room, taking deep breaths, and noticing things around you. What's the date and the time? Study basic grounding techniques and learn to forgive yourself, you've gotten through all of your bad days so far! It's good to plan ahead, but in the end there is only now. 
  2. Stop comparing yourself to others and being afraid of what other people think. This is a big one that holds a lot of people back from saying what they really think or following their heart. Worrying about what others would think if you did something may be a sign that you don't have the right people in your life. Unless your choices are hurting someone or yourself, you should feel free to live your life and focus on what you have, not what you don't. Wanting what other people have doesn't get you anywhere either. Live your truth. Say what you mean. If you want it, get it, but remember that that thing your friend has that you want probably won't make you happy in the end. Which brings me to: 
  3. Practice gratitude every day. I highly recommend this one, because this is guaranteed to raise your general vibration, which in turn attracts more good things to you. When you say you want or need something, you create a sense of lack. You're telling the universe you lack something, and it creates a sort of spiritual black hole. Being happy with what you have, accepting yourself and deciding to love life can sound a lot easier than it is for some. And as I've said, this can require constant work. When I wake up I like to make a list of things I'm grateful for. It can be on paper at first, but mental acknowledgement alone can be just as important. 
  4. Simplify your life and cut down on the noise. This is a broad statement, but good to apply to all aspects of your life. Get rid of things that don't serve you anymore. Donate old clothes and things you don't get use out of. Stop being friends with people who make you feel less than. Stop dating people who cause you heartache. The things in our life reflect how we feel about ourselves. In order to bring our souls from dark to light, we have to be willing to go through some unpleasantness first, like moving on from toxic relationships. You deserve it! I also advise cutting down on social media and news. It's best not to look at it first thing in the morning or before bed. That time is better spent quieting the mind and practicing gratitude. If you're religious, I recommending reading a comforting verse in this time as well.
   5. Learn to see the silver lining in problems. There is a lesson in everything. Every problem is an opportunity to learn something. We can choose to let these obstacles break us down, or we can take control of our emotions and approach life with a level head. The outside evil wants to break us down from the inside out, so one of the greatest acts of rebellion right now is to love yourself and see the lessons in things that happen. I see the current administration as a blessing only because more people need to see things first hand to learn anything. Some of us have to learn the hard way, and while it's perfectly ok to feel overwhelmed for a moment, we have the option of picking ourselves up and deciding how an experience can make us stronger. 
  6. Practice positive self talk and affirmations. Look in the mirror and say "I love you." Is it hard? Is it weird? This means you could really benefit from actively changing your thoughts and learning to love yourself. Those cheesy cliche phrases may turn your stomach, but many of them are very true and helpful. I frequently practice writing in a private notebook phrases to correct negative thinking. "I love myself, I forgive myself, and I know that everything I need is already within me." I write that phrase all the time, and it helps to repeat when I'm feeling low. If you want to stop negative self talk but you don't know where to start, it can be difficult, but when we care for ourselves deeply it becomes much easier to care for others. You deserve it! 
  7. Once a day, do something nice for yourself and someone else. This is mostly self explanatory. It can be something small, like having a nice bath, or cleaning your house because you deserve a clean environment. As far as doing something for someone else, use your imagination! Little acts of kindness reverberate in the world. Sometimes just a kind word can improve someone's day. A positive message or compliment can mean the world to someone. In a time when people are being brainwashed into turning against each other, this is becoming more and more important. Pay it forward! 
  My morning routine depends on the mood I wake up in. I value my alone time, and often sit quietly in prayer and reflection before bed as well. It no longer bothers me to be alone or misunderstood by others. I've worked hard to befriend myself and find peace, but I still have to correct myself at times. It's ok! We all make mistakes. We're human beings, and we're supposed to be allowed to make mistakes and learn. We're supposed to change and develop as we go, to an extent. We have the option of quitting that job, leaving that bad relationship, and standing up for what we believe in. We can treat life as an adventure, or as a catastrophe, making excuses as to why we have problems, never looking in the mirror.  
  We're tested every day in little ways by the Universe. How will you show up for yourself and others today? 
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Can We Talk About Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom? 

  Hey all! I'm back with some film commentary! I have a friend that I watch films with once a week and I've been keeping an eye out for predictive programming worth mentioning. Recently we decided to start the Indiana Jones series, and when we started Temple of Doom it was so dark and so strange I realized I had never seen it. Since this is an old film and basically a classic, I'm refraining from the usual play by play, but I felt the need to bring it up regardless. Have you seen it lately? 
  Hindu Gods. Underground cults. Blood rituals. Child slavery?! 
  First of all, upon a brief Google I discovered that Temple of Doom is meant to be a prequel, and technically comes first in the Jones timeline. This answered a few questions for me, like Jones' sudden lack of faith and loyalty to his love interest in the first-released film. I'm the kind of person that is interested in all aspects of a film, including the lives of the people who participated in it. I found a great article worth reading about the lore the film is based on and I'll cover some of it here as well. 
  Evidently this was a dark time in both Lucas and Spielberg's life. There's plenty of good trivia out there about what was going on with the main people involved at the time.  But since I've been red-pilled and made aware of what goes on in Hollywood, I found the content of the film especially disturbing. More and more people keep coming forward to talk about the pedophilia problem in Hollywood, often revealing information in layers that end in child abuse. For example, recent accusations towards Marilyn Manson began with his exes speaking out about his abusive tendencies in their relationship and turned into child trafficking. 
  Temple of Doom was so dark it had me asking myself what Spielberg's dirty secrets were. He's a huge name in Hollywood, arguably the biggest. He became largely successful in the 1970's and has cranked out hit after hit ever since, telling all kinds of stories with his films, from Indiana Jones to E.T to Back to the Future. He's covered human sacrifice, dinosaurs, time travel and aliens. If I were asleep I'd just dismiss him as a genius without question. 
  But I'm not. 
  I highly suggest revisiting this film. I'm not sure how I missed seeing this one sooner...I guess I never got around to it! It's not the easiest to stomach; even my mom says it's her least favorite Indiana Jones because it's "just so messed up" and I don't blame her. So much of the lore is based on disturbing truth, from the worship of Kali Ma to the Thuggee religious cult, making Hindu culture and lore worth researching. I think it's important to examine religions and their history all around the world to gain a greater perspective of the big picture of our species. 
  Some things just hit different when you're awake! 
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Matrix Messages: Sorry To Bother You (2018)

  Welcome to another film analysis friends! Recently my main concern has been with staying centered and spiritual, but I don't want to stop pointing out my observations in the media around us. Despite the agenda, I will always love film and the many stories it tells. True artists still exist, although they are often met with resistance in order to make their vision real. I've been brainstorming ideas for films myself, but that's another story.
  As you can see, my film of choice today is called Sorry To Bother You (2018) directed by Boots Riley. I highly suggest watching this film before reading this analysis, as there will of course be spoilers and detailed breakdowns. Beware, it has some strange and graphic elements. I first saw this film not knowing what to expect, and it was so bizarre I watched it again almost immediately to search for more details. On the surface, this film seems to follow Hollywood's agenda to address racism, but there are so many more elements to analyze and take into account that make this piece so much more than that.
  We're introduced to our main character, Cassius Green, in the midst of a job interview at a call center called Regal View. The name Cassius usually means "empty" or "vain" in Latin, which makes more sense as the film goes on. The interview doesn't seem to be going well. The manager (named Mr. Anderson, makes me think of the Matrix) breaks down his resume as almost completely fabricated, and Cassius admits his desperation. Thankfully, his fabrications actually impress the manager and indicate his initiative and comprehensive reading skills. "This is telemarketing," says Mr. Anderson. "We're not mapping the f-cking human genome here. I'll hire damn near anyone."
  Cassius is thrilled. He is reminded to "Stick To The Script" as he exits. The title flashes by and the scene changes.
  An intimate scene with Cassius and his girlfriend (named Detroit) shows the audience his situation and discontent with life. He asks her if she ever thinks about dying someday of old age, right before the garage door separating his room from the street flies up on its own. There's a lot to notice in this scene, from the decorations in his room to the advertisement he catches on TV. As he closes the garage door, we see the phrase "Reality sets in" above his head. The advertisement for a business called Worryfree cheerfully describes a company that houses and clothes its employees "for life", which sounds appealing to someone down on their luck, like Cassius. However, they look very similar to prisoners, and it is the first of many red flags.
  As a quick side note, I am absolutely obsessed with Detroit and her choice of fashion in this film. Her earrings always make a statement, and her performance art is entrancing. She is an artistic activist and Cassius' voice of reason in the film.
  Terry Crews makes an appearance as Cassius' landlord and uncle, who has been very lenient and kind with Cassius as far as rent goes until this point. He reassures his uncle money is coming with his new job. They have a brief back and forth about their situation; the bank is threatening to take his uncle's house, and Cassius has been unable to help out for four months. He's even given Cassius transportation. It might be in bad shape, but it gets him from A to B. He barely manages to put in forty cents of gas into the smoking vehicle before heading to his telemarketing job.
  As he enters the building, he stops to notice a very fancy elevator and a well dressed black man in a bowler hat. We get a sense of curiosity and longing as well as an ominous vibe. As he sits down to his assigned cubicle, a different manager is explaining the basics to him. If he does well enough, he's told, he might even achieve the role of "Power Caller." This position is on another floor through the mysterious gold elevator, and this possibility is used to motivate him like a carrot on a string.
  "Stick to the script," he's told again.
  The style of the film gets interesting here. As Cassius calls potential clients, his desk is launched in front of them as if he is in the room. While this is happening, there is unexplained chaos in the copy room behind him. Papers are flying, the machine is flashing, and the audience isn't sure why. He immediately discovers how awkward it can be to reach people to make a sale. They often hang up, or begin spilling personal problems and excuses as to why they can't give him money. He does his best to stick to the script, but isn't having much luck. Perhaps the machine malfunction in the background represents his own internal overwhelmedness at the finess the job actually requires.
  In the next scene, he's telling his friend Sal exactly that. "I feel incompetent and like an asshole doing this job." They're in a very small club, and for the first time Cassius notices someone entering a "VIP room." It's clear he's interested in being included in exclusive situations, and asks Sal how to get in, only to discover it's extremely cramped and uncomfortable. Despite his unpleasant expression, he emerges claiming "that's some baller shit." This is our first clue that Cassius doesn't want to admit exclusivity isn't all it's cracked up to be. He wants more.
  The next day at work an older man next to him notices he's struggling and makes a suggestion: "use your white voice." He further explains it as speaking from a perspective of someone who has no worries, paid bills, and a luxurious life. "Breezy," he says. "Like 'I don't really need this money'." Cassius seems unsure, but open to it. "It's not really a white voice," the man goes on to explain. "It's what they wish they sounded like. So it's like, what they think they're supposed to sound like." He shows Cassius with a drastic and comical voice change to drive his point home. Cassius is clearly impressed.
  I've never had a telemarketing job, but I'm guessing the following scene depicting a team meeting is very relatable to some. The attempt to raise moral and encourage the employees with buzzwords and metaphors in front of another oversized reminder to stick to the script is probably familiar to many who have had a telemarketing job or a job like it. A new female manager introduces herself and is immediately called out for having a name spelled exactly like debauchery. People like this often talk down to employees while simultaneously trying to humanize themselves and claim every member of the "team" is a "family member"
   From my experience, these unsavory jobs almost always use the "we're all family here" as an excuse to use their employees and underpay them, while always pushing them to do more. They attempt to elicit emotion and use words like "synergy" and "connection" to motivate employees. This is very obviously the case with this telemarketing company. Employees are blatantly taken advantage of, and many of them are forced to take it because of their financial position. The team at Regal View are clearly unhappy and put off by Diana DeBouchery's snappy little speech.
  A fellow employee who calls himself Squeeze compliments Cassius' question about asking for more money. He quietly tells Cassius that some employees are organizing to strike and demand higher pay and benefits. Cassius gives him a ride in a charming scene with Detroit and Sal present. Squeeze compliments Detroit on her name, and she mentions her parents wanting her to have an American name. The film is meant to be in an alternate present-day Oakland, but the universe starts to feel more and more familiar, especially every time we see what's on the television.
  Folks have caught on to the controversial nature of Worryfree "employing for life," calling it a new form of slavery, reports the news, showing protests in front of the Worryfree headquarters. Here we are introduced to the Worryfree CEO Steve Lift, as played by Armie Hammer, who is currently surrounded in controversy over whether or not he is a cannibal. I could make a whole separate post on this, but of course it's already been done. As is the way with many villains, Steve vehemently denies (from an Oprah interview, I might add) that Worryfree is slavery, much like Armie has denied his suspicious allegations. The truth seems to be in plain sight once again, but the public is mislead and confused by the man with the most money and CEO with an agenda. How familiar.
  The speech he gives justifying contracting employees to life long labor sounds much like a Communist trying to justify something similar. "We're saving the economy," he claims. "The idea that this is slavery is ludicrous and offensive." People in the wrong will often act offended when called out in order to spin the narrative and gaslight their accusers for even suggesting they'd be wrong. It is a classic psychological move and is actively used by the media and politicians today to shame people who question those in charge.
  Now at a bar with his friends and Detroit, Cassius stuns them all by giving a toast in his "white voice." Squeeze mentions that it sounds as if he's dubbed over, a fourth wall reference to the fact that he is in fact being dubbed over by David Cross. It becomes his greed-driven persona, bent on fitting in with those of higher social status and not being "stuck" like people he went to school with. One could argue that he already has what he needs: an income, love, and friends who care about him and have been there for him in hard times. But Cassius gets a taste of success when he starts to do very well with his alternate persona.
  Really well. Scary well. Cue the montage of his managers being absolutely thrilled by Cassius with each sale. He's told there's now a higher chance of becoming a Power Caller, which Squeeze had claimed to be an empty scam to motivate employees. Even Sal seems doubtful.
  Back at the bar, we see a headline flash by that Worryfree was cleared of all slavery charges. Like our own reality, the evil in the world has the power to make problems disappear and reassure the public there's nothing to worry about as they do exactly what they're accused of.  There's even a popular show called "I Got The Shit Kicked Out of Me" and Squeeze wonders what kind of world they live in when a show like that is the most popular. This parallels other alternative reality films like Idiocracy, where the most popular show was called "Ouch, My Balls." This obviously reflects the IQ of the main populous and the opinion of those in charge; they think we're stupid.
  We're shown many other side details that all contain meaning. An advertisement by Worryfree is shame based, and covered over by civilians against the message, who have formed a coalition called "Left Eye." These rebels even underline their left eye in the same manner as Lisa Lopes, also known as Left Eye. I have a feeling that this is more symbolic than just referencing a female rap artist. The rebels are framed as extremists, and protests are described as "violent" despite the fact that their legal attempts have done nothing and the company is clearly up to no good. A man is shown brushing his teeth in his car, and we're meant to notice that he is the same man that supposedly represents a success story of Regal View.
  Squeeze is attempting to organize the strike he was telling Cassius about in the beginning. Everyone seems ready except for Cassius himself, who looks a little hesitant to sacrifice his success. He stares deeply at the gold elevator doors and sees the same mysterious man emerge. I noted that he has a patch over his left eye. The phone strike certainly pisses off the managers, but when Cassius stands up for his position thinking he's about to be fired, they promote him instead. What he doesn't realize is that they're separating him from his fellow employees on purpose. They bathe him in compliments and tell him not to worry about his peers. Despite the rumor that Power Callers sell something entirely different and potentially harmful, Cassius accepts the offer.
  Things get a little strange when Diana DeBouchery takes him into the elevator, still complimenting him profusely, and enters a comically long code into the excessively luxurious box. Finally, he is greeted by the mysterious man he's been seeing, and is told to use his alternate persona voice at all times. His voice, I'd like to note, is dubbed by Patton Oswalt, who has "joked" about being a proud pedophile on twitter.
  It turns out that Power Callers are the people who make very important deals with other countries selling firepower as well as manpower. "When U.S. manufacturers sell arms to other countries who do you think, Mr. Green, makes that call at precisely the perfect time?" When Cassius asks about manpower, he is told that Worryfree is one of Regal View's best clients. They help thousands of companies "utilize" Worryfree workers to "improve their efficiency." In other words, they're selling slaves and weapons for enormous amounts of money and are paid handsomely for discretion.
  Cassius works late on his first shift, leaving Detroit at her sign twirling job to wonder where he's been after promising to pick her up as usual. There's a charged scene between her and Squeeze, showing that their ideals are becoming more aligned than hers and Cassius'. He meets her at her gallery set up, He tries to tell her about his promotion, dodging her question about what they actually sell. After a less than supportive comment about her art show, he drifts off in an exhausted trance, barely listening to her heartfelt explanation, reaching for the joint in her hand.
  One of my favorite scenes follows this one, in which Sal and Squeeze confront him on his way to work about his promotion and absence from their union of rebellion. They call him a sellout, and the black man who gave him the voice tip shakes his head. While I could go into the racial aspect of black men becoming salesmen of slaves, once again I think this film is more than that, but the narrative is there. It is implied that the old man knew what Power Callers do, and so he always stayed in the same position, humbly believing that no money in the world could turn him into that kind of salesman. He's obviously disappointed in Cash (his nickname throughout) that he went ahead and became the enemy. At the same time, it's clear he hasn't told everyone else what Power Callers really do.
  Cash and Sal square up as though they're about to get physical, and begin to "argue," but they're such good friends that all they can do is wish each other well in hostile tones. Their exchange is one of my favorites in any film, period. No matter how far Cash goes, his friendship with Sal is so solid they can't bear to say toxic things to each other.
  Back in the Power Caller elevator, the computerized voice hits Cash with some embarrassingly strong programming about his "sexual prowess" and "muscular brain" before entering his spacious glass cubicle. He immediately makes a very successful call, earning himself a cash advance, made clear by another montage of his environment being upgraded. He and Detroit wake up facing away from each other in his clean new apartment, representative of their relationship becoming distant as Cash's finances go through the roof, and morals into the basement.
  We see another very strange and concerning advertisement for Worryfree in the style of "MTV Cribs" attempting to frame the employees as happy bunk mates who love the way their small shared spaces are decorated, and Cash flips it midway to another view of a protest of Regalview. Reminded of his guilt, Cash flips back to the Worryfree ad just as the employee is mouthing something in between his obviously scripted lines. He changes the channel again, passing "I Got The Shit Kicked Out Of Me" and back to the protest. He continues to watch as the protesters try to block Power Callers from entering the building to work.
  His relationship with Detroit is clearly strained as they discuss the strikes. She makes it clear that Cassius is going somewhere she can't follow. He won't strike with them and has chosen money over his friends. He dodges questions and accusations of having no morals anymore. Cassius is living up to his name, chasing greed and justifying his actions because he's finally gotten a taste of a life he's always wanted, but isn't what it's cracked up to be. "What isn't slave labor these days?" he says, much to Detroit's disappointment. He says some very harsh things and they have a childish wrestle over the covers. Cash claims he took the job at Regalview to be more interesting to her, to which she replies: "the old you was way more interesting."  If he goes to work now, she says, their relationship is over.
  Cassius goes to work, escorted by men in riot gear physically fighting off protesters. He's a full blown anti hero at this point as we witness his shame and guilt through his greed. The photo of his father, always present in his workspace, changes to reflect what his father might think of Cassius, and we see he is pictured giving Cash a thumbs down as he takes a seat. He's celebrated by his new peers, which he clearly relishes, but also faces the emptiness his lifestyle has brought him alone at the end of the day, surrounded by material objects instead of love. This alone is a deep and important message, but the film takes it much further.
  Cash becomes a meme on his way to work one day while pushing through angry protestors chanting "scabs won't pass." A woman shouts "have a cola and smile, bitch!" as she chucks a soda can at his head. It hits the internet and goes viral. Costumes are born, complete with a cola stuck in a wig like Cash's hair. He continues to his job, now bandaged and bleeding. His boss, the man known only as Mr. (BLEEP), wipes blood from Cash's face and pockets the tissue, while inviting him to meet the CEO Steve Lift. He emphasizes the importance of the party, saying "not even Jay and Bey can get this invite."
  Before the party, we are shown another side of Detroit. She has her own alternate voice to speak to people who might buy her art, and to perform with. The difference is in how she uses her influence to make people think about their environment as well as other countries, mainly Africa. Sal and Squeeze beg him to come back to the union, saying now that he's viral he could make a big difference. He dodges them to watch Detroit invite onlookers to throw objects at her nearly naked while she recites lines from a film called "The Last Dragon." This can be interpreted in many ways, as is the way with performance art. It's an interesting, semi-brutal social experiment that shows when people are invited to inflict harm or not, they'll often choose harm. She's showered in bullets, cell phones, and balloons full of pigs blood.
  Cassius interrupts her performance to ask why she subjects herself to this, and she reminds him of the phrase "stick to the script" before driving him off so she can continue making her point.
  We finally see Steve Lift in the flesh, who is doing a huge line of what appears to be coke while gripping a riding crop. It should be noted that he is pictured on a horse on the cover of his book called "I'm on Top." He meets Cassius is a slightly tense false exchange before showering him in compliments again, saying he needs people like Cash who can "see the big picture" and "save the nation." He compares him to several animals, including a raccoon, snake, and tardigrade.
  Meanwhile, Detroit and Squeeze have developed romantically. We knew this was coming.
  Cash walks in on Steve telling a violent story about how he shot the Rhino above his mantle. He is framed in the center of a large crowd, mostly women, completely surrounding him and lavishing him with attention. Most of the people are notably white, and Steve makes some semi-racist remarks to Cash until the whole room is pressuring him to rap, because "all black men can." Things take a cringy turn as he is put in a literal spotlight to a beat. After fails miserably, he resorts to chanting "n-word" shit over and over again, which pleases the crowd and impresses Steve. I'm uncomfortable with this word, but to some it's just a word. To others, they get permission to be comfortable with the word when a nearby person of color gives them permission like Cash does. I can't say much else about this scene.
  There's an element of Eyes Wide Shut to this party; Cash sits alone in a room and we see people fornicating in the shadows as the camera pans out. It feels like Cash is about to be initiated into something above what he's already doing. A lot of secret societies are like this. It's a pyramid of power, and only a few are selected to go further. Mr. (Bleep) approaches him in a drunken stupor and uses his normal voice for the first and only time. He looks weary as he  gives Cash instructions to a specific door to meet Steve. He reminds him to be realistic, take the opportunity, and "don't fuck it up."
  Cash stumbles through the party, passing people laughing at the protesters on TV on the way, and down some stairs to a strange hallway of different colored doors. Most of them are green, except the magenta door at the end. While green tends to be the color of money and success, when used in film the color red (or in this case magenta) is almost always used as a warning sign.
  Steve compliments him again, encouraging him to do a line off of a plate with a horse print on it. Cash obliges.
  "I have a proposition for you Cash."
   This is the part where things get really bizarre. The part of the film that took me by complete surprise. Steve tells him to watch an informative video, but Cash has to use the bathroom this very minute. Steve denies him at first, then tells him to go out to the jade door. Remember, most of the doors are different shades of green. Cash stumbles into a large dimly lit locker room style bathroom with a single stall. There's someone inside the stall already, begging for help. He opens the door, and out falls a creature who appears to be half man half horse, in chains completely naked. Cash is obviously shocked, as is the audience, and runs out of the bathroom as several more horse-men emerge from dressing stalls begging for help.
  Cash emerges flustered to find Steve waiting for him with a pistol. He forces Cash to follow him and watch the video, which explains a dubious plan to create human hybrids who can work harder for Worryfree than regular humans. The use of claymation softens the blow of the explanation, claiming human labor is limited, but scientists have discovered a way to make humans "more efficient, durable, obedient and therefore more profitable." In short, transhumanism, making humans patentable creatures who no longer have rights. They are called Equisapians.
  How is this done? With a snortable powder called a "fusing catalyst." The powder that was offered to Cash when he first came in... Like any sane person, Cash feels violated and cheated. He never had a choice. Steve even tries to deny that he snorted the fusing catalyst, but we already know he's a liar from the beginning. He claims it isn't crazy or irrational to create human hybrids to make more money for his company. Lift tries to put his mind at ease by offering him money to be a hybrid and work for him within the Equisapian resistance that may arise, proposing he be the "MLK" of Equisapians, but one that is controlled by the company.
  Elites have already done this. Many historical figures have cult ties, or ties to the shadow government. They organize and raise people's spirits only to be taken out and made into martyrs, on purpose, to manipulate emotions of the ones that idolized them. Examples are people like Tupac,  Malcom X and even George Floyd, all of whom many have argued were staged deaths to elicit an emotional response from the public. I originally saw compelling evidence from VonTooCut on Youtube, but please take what he says with a grain of salt. It's a long video, and while I don't believe he's correct about everything he speaks on, he makes a very good case in several instances.
  It is also becoming more and more clear that the elite have an agenda to "upgrade" humanity through transhumanism, fusing the public with AI to make them as the infomercial Steve shows Cash says: more efficient, more obedient, and more profitable. This is also strongly suggested in the Planet Lockdown interview by Catherine Austin Fitts, who breaks down the way the main branches of power are coordinating to work towards this agenda. Once fused with AI, we would be connected to a network and all aspects of our life would be controlled by the invisible grid. Do something unsavory, and you are easily tracked and blocked from travel as well as purchases. 
  I could also bring up the extraterrestrial aspect of this because I have also come across the theory that we are all hybrids already, created by the ET races that have stake in our planet and future. It's a little more out there, but worth noting as a possibility. Are they still tampering with our planet? Are viruses their way of weeding out weakness as they find a way to upgrade and propel the survivors into a new reality? 
  I digress. 
Steve is back to reassuring Cash with compliments and offering him a large amount of money to go on a five year mission as a horse hybrid spy, dangling to notion of an antidote at the end of it. Cash notes the way he explains the antidote, as if it didn't exist. He is left still wondering whether or not he snorted the catalyst, and wakes up with his wound bleeding on his pillow, likely a metaphor for his bleeding Ego upon realizing that he is ultimately still being used. 
  This is his wakeup call. He notes a front page headline that reads: "People should worry about Worryfree." Cash finally starts paying attention and wants to expose the company. There's just one problem: he sounds certifiably insane trying to explain what the CEO is really up to. No journalists will listen to him. 
  We next see that the Enquirer, often mocked as outrageous fake news even in our own reality, has a story about the Equisapian experiments on the front page. He sees himself on TV again as he goes in to the doctor, concerned is already transforming. He even invites Detroit to see if his d-ck looks different. At this point even the viewer is unsure of if he'll transform and how soon it'll happen. He and Detroit discover that he sent video evidence of the hybrids to her phone. They spend a night together, and he explains that he's finally done with the company. However, Detroit also emphasizes that she still doesn't think they should be together. 
  He is forced to take drastic action and use his viral fame to appear on the show "I Got The Shit Kicked Out of Me" in order to expose the clip. He endures a literal beating and gets actual shit poured on him before they finally show his clip. He reaches a new level of fame, appearing on multiple talk shows exposing the agenda of Worryfree. His exposure backfires, and the stock of Worryfree skyrockets, claiming Steve Lift is an innovative genius. Many people idolize him so much, some even proclaim he is Jesus. 
  Cash meets up with his friends to apologize for betraying them through Regalview, before expressing frustration at his endeavors. "It's right in front of their faces," he laments. "They're turning human beings into monstrosities and nobody gives a f-ck." This is how a lot of people who wake up to the global agenda feel. Many of us sound crazy to others, and even the truth doesn't change the minds of those so indoctrinated that they still believe what is happening is a good thing. Squeeze makes a very good point when he says "If you're shown a problem, and you can't control the problem, then you decide to just get used to the problem." 
  Back on the front lines, the protesters make a new attempt to stop Power Callers from entering. At first they seem successful, but more armed men in black show up and the protest takes a violent turn. Cash has done something we don't see involving breaking into the facility. When the protest becomes overwhelming, he blows a whistle to signal what the audience can only assume are the Equestrians, but he is knocked out by the opposition before we see them come forth. He wakes up in an armored van to see the violence has escalated, and the Equisapians have in fact shown up. He is released by one, and Squeeze acknowledges them with respect, saying their struggles and fight are the same. 
  He's earned back Detroit, and gives Sal his car as a further apology. He even moves back into his uncle's house. It took something absolutely horrible happening for Cash to shed his Ego and humble himself. He finally feels like he's part of something important. Just as everything seems to be winding down, Cash suddenly begins to transform. 
  The final scene is included in the end credits. We see Steve answering a call, and it's Cash, fully transformed and about to stomp Steve to a pulp. The film ends as he enters with his fellow Equisapiens, and assumes Steve got what he deserved. 
  Again I want to emphasize that this film is strange with many layers. The horse hybrids may seem ridiculous, but so do many things in our own reality that are surfacing as true. While there is a racial aspect to the story, Squeeze points out that despite their differences they share a common enemy. I believe our own society is headed towards something similar, and many won't realize what is happening until it happens to them personally, like Cash. Things may have to take a violent turn, because most of society has been programmed to listen to villains like Steve, or Bill Gates for example. 
  In every similar story of humanity future, there is resistance and violence to the agenda of the elite, but it isn't necessarily the majority. We have been given so many warnings in so many forms, but many people are content in denial, or just get used to the problem because they don't know what to do about it. I'm seeing a similar effect now. Despite how many people are starting to wake up to the agenda, we still don't know what to do about it. Even I don't have a solution, but we have to start recognizing that our struggles are ultimately against one common enemy, not each other. We're like a colony of ants in a jar being shaken. Some ants blame each other, but what we should be asking is: who is shaking the jar? 
  Thank you so much for reading. I believe films like this are important to delve into in order to gain insight not only into the elites but into ourselves. Who will we represent in our own story? Cassius? Detroit? Squeeze? Will we follow our greed until it takes us too far, make a statement through art, or organize? Does a company like Worryfree or RegalView already exist, or will it? Only time will tell. 

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Analyzing Mainstream News Headlines 101  

  One of the best things I did for myself when I woke up was remove the News app from my phone. I used to get headlines as notifications, and typically relied on what they said to get a general idea of what the article was about before I decided to actually open it up and read it. It started to get to the point where just a headline could change my emotions and get my heart racing. 
  If this sounds familiar and the news stresses you out too, then you've probably (hopefully) realized that this is by design. The employees behind these headlines are paid to create snappy headlines that get your attention and cause that reaction. Many of us know this, this isn't new information. Media bias is real, and it's gotten blatantly disgusting in the past decade, with a foot on the gas as of four years ago. 
  As a reminder, the definition of bias is: prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair. The definition of propaganda is: information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.But beyond that, there was once a time in reporting when headlines weren't loaded with emotions. Nowadays I see so many descriptive words that are clearly planted there to manipulate the readers opinions and emotions. The line between facts and feelings has blurred, and now facts are delivered in a twisted way meant to manipulate how you feel about them. 
  Let's look at a few examples: 
  From San Francisco Chronicle: "Bay Area Has Its Own Scary New Variant; Why Experts Are So Concerned : The bay areas battle against the Covid 19 pandemic suffered a potentially large setback this weekend as public health officials sounded the alarm over another new variant..."
  That's a lot of negative language. The thing about the human mind is these choice of words matter on a subconscious level. Your brain doesn't always notice the little words in between. It tends to see words like the ones I've bolded, absorbing them like a sponge and thinking "Ah, sounds scary! I must be concerned! There's so much suffering! Alarm!" If I were to tone down this article a little, I'd rewrite it more straightforwardly with less emotional descriptors like so: 
  "Public Health Officials Discover New Variant; Experts Recommend Caution : The bay areas handling of Covid 19 has been potentially slowed upon recent discovery of a new variant. However, they are optimistic about treatments such as..."
  This headline uses less alarming langage and reassures the reader at first glance that while caution is recommended, things are being handled and experts are optimistic. If the media were being honest about the pandemic, instead of silencing any doctors who go against their fear mongering tactics like Dr. Simone Gold they wouldn't need to rely on such emotional language. Facts could be straight forward, even positive, especially about the "pandemic." 
  Let's do another one: 
  From The Washington Free Beacon: "Incoming White House Climate Team Blames 'Systemic Racism' on Climate Change : A pair of top incoming White House environmental aides has blamed "systemic racism" as a driver of climate change in an attempt to justify a government-led economic overhaul. " 
  While I saw a little less bias in this article, the very fact that it was reported at all indicates that this is part of a narrative to stoke the readers blame on something they can't control, like climate change, on racism, something that would have a lot less power these days if the media didn't insist on dragging it up and using it politically every four years. The phrase "top aides" is meant to assure the reader to trust the source, and take this opinion seriously, even take it as their own. 
  As far as physical environmental damage goes, I personally don't see how racism is high on the list of factors at all. Humans are generally wasteful at the hands of large corporations who pump out the garbage we buy using harmful materials that end up in a landfill. It's not entirely our fault, and if said corporations didn't value money over everything, they might have improved our environment by now in a way everyone could get behind. I can't even rewrite this headline because it's so trash, honestly. 
  A third example: 
  From Kaiser Health News: "Black Americans Are Getting Vaccinated at Lower Rates Than White Americans : Black Americans are receiving covid vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than white Americans in the first weeks of the chaotic rollout, according to a new KHN analysis." 
  With yet another emphasis on racial tension and the black and white descriptors, this article is meant to spark a feeling of injustice and betrayal after the huge surge of the racial justice movement last year. It is meant to make readers feel angry that, yet again, people of color are being treated as lower than white people. Remember, your brain isn't receiving a lot of those filler words. The word choice, order, and repetition of them absolutely matter. These factors help drill the words into your head on a subconscious level. This is another headline I can't rewrite without fully removing the bias to simply present statistical facts of the groups that have received the the vaccine without expressing such emphasis. 
  What happens when the public realizes how experimental the vaccine is and that people of color are being used as guinea pigs, meant to go first? As desperately as some of the population wants to "make it up" to people of color, putting them on the front lines of a rushed trial vaccine isn't my idea of special treatment. There have been recorded side effects such as Bells Palsey and uncontrollable spasms that have changed the lives of some of the first few volunteers overnight. And yet, when one first searches for these side effects some of the first few articles that pop up contain the phrase "why you shouldn't worry." In other words, "Shhh...don't question it."
  Some headlines are easy to pick apart. Buzzwords tied to emotions are an immediate giveaway that the reader is meant to feel a certain way and trust the source if important people are mentioned. Celebrities are used to enforce political opinions and encourage the fans to follow their behavior, such as promoting a political candidate or vaccine. Perhaps some of us have forgotten or simply don't understand that these kinds of people tend to be paid for their opinion or ability to manipulate public opinion with their words/actions. Others have received so much subconscious programming that they accept being told what to think without being fully aware of it. 
  I wrote this piece for the benefit of anyone who doesn't understand media bias or propaganda anymore. I still remember learning about methods of advertising in school, and not realizing they applied to larger scale media. Ultimately, you don't have to take it all as fact, but that's because I'm a person with a certain perspective. I want to encourage more critical thought and problem solving, especially among my peers and younger generations. 
  We have to start recognizing that we've been lied to and brainwashed from people who want us to trust them. If you think you're unaffected, you may unfortunately be experiencing cognitive dissonance, or: mental discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs, values, or attitudes.  At this point, it's not. a question of whether or not someone is brainwashed, rather the extent of its influence.
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