Friday, August 7, 2020
THE ROLES OF PERCEPTION MANAGEMENT & SOCIAL ENGINEERING IN REALITY REVISIONISM
REALITY REVISIONS BY DEFINITION
Reality revisions are agenda-driven and thereby fictitious narratives carefully scripted to revise an entire global reality in order to meet or fulfill that agenda. These are major, major paradigm shifts of generational proportions that summarily pre and re-define the future victor and victimhood status of billions. These shifts aren’t meant to change the perception and therefore direction of reality for a day, week, or months, but permanently. These revisions are as horrendous as they are gargantuan in sheer size and scope, their purpose is to forever alter the organic course of the human race in the writers’ favors, and with a body count already in the multi-millions, will stop at nothing to achieve it.
The purpose of this article is to explain why and how these revisions are made, with a healthy reminder that they can’t continue without your participation, nor will there be ANY victors left standing if they do continue.
These revisions are not only the cause of every major war this planet has ever seen (including class and weather warfare) but have also repeatedly ensured the wrong people were targeted in nearly every case—that would be the competition or “competing reality,” up to and including actions that support it and those who know what it is. Reality revisions have become so pervasive, the word “suicided” has become a permanent fixture of our lexicon in response to the presence, affectations and reverberations of these revisions, and are why we feel increasingly haunted by an Orwellian ghost reminding us that in times of universal deceit, telling the truth is revolutionary act. Furthermore, if these revisions were not really happening, neither would the global mass-surveillance system and the life it breathes into the pre-crime, thought-police-state necessary to enforce it. This includes indefinite detentions and sanctioned drone strikes (murder) without a trial first.
This is going to be a lengthy article, but should your reading experience parallel my own while writing it, I suspect you’ll have your own personal encounters with Orwellian ghosts of realities passed. As the phrase, “I write to discover what I know” floated in, I suddenly found myself reflecting back to a book I wrote several years ago about competing realities and a group of characters referred to as “simuls”—an odd group of people who could recall two different realities simultaneously. Perhaps it meant more than I thought it did at the time. Ironically (or not) the title was When Tomorrow Comes, and I can’t help but wonder if “tomorrow” has finally arrived and I’ve somehow managed to catch up with myself. Stanger things have happened, of that I’m sure.
TRUE REALITY VS. THE SCRIPTED NARRATIVE REPLACEMENT (REVISION)—BEYOND WHITE LIES
Pulling off a reality revision is no small feat, which is why mistakes are inevitably made. That being the case, like any other criminal endeavor, traces of evidence are always left behind. These can be found in irreconcilable anomaly or discontinuity in the story line or replacement narrative—a fact exquisitely portrayed in the Matrix Trilogy when Neo became confused at seeing the exact same black cat walk by twice, and was then told it was a glitch (in continuity) indicating they “changed something”. My friend and colleague James Horak refers to these discontinuities as anomaly, while I may refer to them as holes or gaps in the story/narrative. Regardless of what we call them, they do in fact exist, and as the late (and great) Kevin Smith would also often point out, wherever he found one of these black holes, he knew they were hiding the truth, and therefore had to be investigated to find it. This is a true understanding of our predicament and the mark of both research and researcher without an opposing agenda.
Reality revisions are the result of carefully scripted changes in the predominant, widely held narrative. I used the term ‘widely held narrative’ rather than the word reality because as it stands, so many revisions have already occurred that the truth and narrative not only vary wildly, but belief in the scripted narrative (revised reality) is now the predominant view.
Unsurprisingly, reality revisions are handled and treated in much the same manner as a literal script. This means that the story/plot and characters must be carefully and methodically developed over time, regardless of the size of the climax, main event or ‘tipping point’ in the story. Failure to perform the pre-climax set-up properly, means the difference between a mega revenue-generating blockbuster and a B-rated movie, or in the case of a reality revision, the difference between success and failure. In other words, the story has to be sold properly—it has to be believable to the audience. With this in mind we know that changes in the narrative (or changes in language, as Orwell pointed out) are slowly building and creating a new reality revision and require the following:
Originators/imaginers/benefactors of the new story
Funding/wealth transfers (size of the production equal to the size of the funding or transfer)
Props & sets
Heroes & villains
Victims & victors
Theaters, venues, showcases
Sales force & Marketing for repetitive reference
Lateral narrative binders
Lateral Narrative Binders
As the ‘real world’ audience is in the billions, certainly operating in this particular theater is a little more complicated, and therefore requires the use of something I refer to as narrative binders. These are beyond the roles of lead or supporting actors, and operate outside of normal marketing parameters. Their function is to reinforce the narrative while operating both subliminally and in the margins, for differing reasons and in several unique ways: