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A Dream is your Mind attempting to Escape from the Matrix we live in, Everytime you wake up, you have failed and you remain in Hell.

 
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A Dream is your Mind attempting to Escape from the Matrix we live in, Everytime you wake up, you have failed and you remain in Hell.
Yes...folks, A dream is your mind attempting to break free from this hell on earth Matrix we are programmed into. Everytime you dream, your mind is trying to crack the codes, reprogram everything, and get you the fuck out. If you fail the mission, you wake up, back in the matrix, back where the story continues. A player of the Game.

I have spent years studying this, who put is in the matrix? why are we here? how do we escape within our dreams? When ever you dream, the mission to escape starts and its a new mission everytime. This is the reason that the Indians invented dream catchers, altough they didnt know what the fuck the true purpose of them were. Everytime you place a dream catcher under your pillow, you get a 1/1000 chance to continue the mission from where you left off, and closer to cracking the matrix and escape.

Dont confuse this with death. Death is but a reboot, and if you die, you still havent cracked the matrix. Karma from your life carries into the next matrix game, and maybe you will be able to crack it then. Completing the mission in the dream is the only way to break free from the matrix and return to our homeland....Hollow Earth.
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Yeah i know..glad you woke up
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Re: A Dream is your Mind attempting to Escape from the Matrix we live in, Everytime you wake up, you have failed and you remain in Hell.
Absolutely!
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You know OP....If you want help for that crack smoking problem, I can can look up a good 12 step meeting for you. Cheers!5absflagjerkitpoop
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Interesting!
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You know OP....If you want help for that crack smoking problem, I can can look up a good 12 step meeting for you. Cheers!5absflagjerkitpoop
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Did this American just say cheers....

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Re: A Dream is your Mind attempting to Escape from the Matrix we live in, Everytime you wake up, you have failed and you remain in Hell.
Yes...folks, A dream is your mind attempting to break free from this hell on earth Matrix we are programmed into. Everytime you dream, your mind is trying to crack the codes, reprogram everything, and get you the fuck out. If you fail the mission, you wake up, back in the matrix, back where the story continues. A player of the Game.

I have spent years studying this, who put is in the matrix? why are we here? how do we escape within our dreams? When ever you dream, the mission to escape starts and its a new mission everytime. This is the reason that the Indians invented dream catchers, altough they didnt know what the fuck the true purpose of them were. Everytime you place a dream catcher under your pillow, you get a 1/1000 chance to continue the mission from where you left off, and closer to cracking the matrix and escape.

Dont confuse this with death. Death is but a reboot, and if you die, you still havent cracked the matrix. Karma from your life carries into the next matrix game, and maybe you will be able to crack it then. Completing the mission in the dream is the only way to break free from the matrix and return to our homeland....Hollow Earth.
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You are missing the point...If you understand the reality and conflicts of universal duality...then you will know you can never escape the instability of the infinite bipolar forces that reside and react inside everything...including you and me.
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I agree!
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That sort've makes sense... in a way. No one truly understands dreams and why are they the way they are or why we do it. However there's alot we don't know that have been basically put aside or have been tried to learn about but only find a small part of the whole.
Though... I've had a couple of dreams where it was hard to wake up from and force myself to.. A dream within a dream within a dream within a dream scenario.
Suppose that was a mixed fight from not wanting to go back but also wanted to go back?
Still an intersting concept... but the question would be is what would await us there if we succeed in escaping. Could we end up in another hell or could be truly heaven/better/nicer than where we're at now?
Gotta keep in mind that if this were indeed true... while our minds are trying to escape from the supposed matrix we still have that underlying fear that have been ingrained into us basically from the beginning. That fear that several people have said were natural instincts, because we are known to fear the unknown. Wonder if that's truly conditioning or if it's just us? Either way... this'll keep people trapped within the matrix if they kept fearing what was outside of it.
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James, you're a good-looking woman.
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Re: A Dream is your Mind attempting to Escape from the Matrix we live in, Everytime you wake up, you have failed and you remain in Hell.
Yes...folks, A dream is your mind attempting to break free from this hell on earth Matrix we are programmed into. Everytime you dream, your mind is trying to crack the codes, reprogram everything, and get you the fuck out. If you fail the mission, you wake up, back in the matrix, back where the story continues. A player of the Game.

I have spent years studying this, who put is in the matrix? why are we here? how do we escape within our dreams? When ever you dream, the mission to escape starts and its a new mission everytime. This is the reason that the Indians invented dream catchers, altough they didnt know what the fuck the true purpose of them were. Everytime you place a dream catcher under your pillow, you get a 1/1000 chance to continue the mission from where you left off, and closer to cracking the matrix and escape.

Dont confuse this with death. Death is but a reboot, and if you die, you still havent cracked the matrix. Karma from your life carries into the next matrix game, and maybe you will be able to crack it then. Completing the mission in the dream is the only way to break free from the matrix and return to our homeland....Hollow Earth.
 Quoting: James Rosier


Hey James,

I've been experiencing many things you described. Living in a life full of bullshit. I've concluded that either this is matrix or simply a created forcefield hysteria. I can't even take duece in the little boys room. The whole reboot thing following death I'm uncertain of. My friend Mark said I needed counseling. James how long have you been in the matrix? I'm practically hysterical all the time.

Look foward from hearing from you James. Glad I met someone who understands.

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