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So OP, how scared are the 90% of JC coming back?
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So OP, how scared are the 90% of JC coming back?
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i wouldnt call them mind readers more mind fuckers.. and its not everyone no where near it.. and they are just the soulless minions of various archons.. thats all.. wrapped it up in a nutshell for ya.. they are nothing.. you can shut em off just by willing it.. they are just minions or wanna be creator gods.. demonic little shits of the fake world.. they dont know how wrong they are for have no souls or minds of their own.. meh.. they are only as real as you allow them to be at the end of the day..
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You can call them whatever you want to but they are definitely everyone around you.
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i wouldnt call them mind readers more mind fuckers.. and its not everyone no where near it.. and they are just the soulless minions of various archons.. thats all.. wrapped it up in a nutshell for ya.. they are nothing.. you can shut em off just by willing it.. they are just minions or wanna be creator gods.. demonic little shits of the fake world.. they dont know how wrong they are for have no souls or minds of their own.. meh.. they are only as real as you allow them to be at the end of the day..
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You can call them whatever you want to but they are definitely everyone around you.
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OP you didn't respond. How badly are all of the puppets in Lucifers Bee Hive Pyramid scheme frantically trying to figure out how to stop it or avoid it?

It's pretty obvious they can't even control their own fear. They're so scared of him they try to make everyone else hate him. Because if even 1% of the population really woke up, they would be finished by tomorrow.

They're alreday finished, but I'm still iterested: how often would people in your little clique complain about their coming utter destruction by the living God's son? HMMMMM???

This thread is a psyop, just like this entire website.
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that last post was me.
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Thanks for replying. It would seem I have a personal connection to at least one politically connected reader powerful enough in this world and the Noosphere to influence other readers.
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Others still are connected to higher realms than Humans, for it is the only comfort found in the hive mind of Earth.

We know.
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However, we are all in class young Man/Woman.

And while the majority have limited themselves to one profession, the 10 percent that have not partook of this profession, or involved in other things that we find slightly more stimulating.

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iamwith
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More over, if this World is what a 'hive mind' has produced, whereby they are plugged into MTV, and Jerry Springer 24/7, war, and death, and criminality, and children fucking sex rings by the Governments that the majorities tax paying dollars pay for, then I would say this ability is not that advanced.

And more than likely ARTIFICIAL. Created by Man, and not nature, because the Natural World does not bestow gifts upon its creatures, only for them to do NOTHING with it.

If you all have such abilities, then Nature sure did 'fuck up'(double entendre, he he), and that is not likely.

More than likely, the Orders that run this Earth are putting something into the food and water, that is connecting with the DNA, which is a transciever, whereby then they are able to use the GWEN Towers, and others, as well as any electromagnetic tranciever device, automate the gate keepers with programs, etc, and trick everyone into a true Matrix.

MK-ULTRA first started its experimentation doing this very thing.

Tie that into "project blue beam", and you truly will have a hive mind, whereby a holographic projection will be the false King, that speaks as the "Head Master", to his little BEE Hive.

Got emmm.

Time to hog tie this shit, and sweep the house.
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Totally agree.

I'm not a follower, joiner or leader. Rather an independent aiming to do unto others as I would have them do unto me. Trying to enjoy life without robbing others and future generations of their enjoyment of life.

These hive minders won't leave me alone though I do no harm to them. My very existence irks them. My freedom irks them. My ignorance irked them. Thus they lifted the veil. Thus they created artifical "prisons". Life has not been the same since.

Freedom above all!
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i wouldnt call them mind readers more mind fuckers.. and its not everyone no where near it.. and they are just the soulless minions of various archons.. thats all.. wrapped it up in a nutshell for ya.. they are nothing.. you can shut em off just by willing it.. they are just minions or wanna be creator gods.. demonic little shits of the fake world.. they dont know how wrong they are for have no souls or minds of their own.. meh.. they are only as real as you allow them to be at the end of the day..


You can call them whatever you want to but they are definitely everyone around you.


OP you didn't respond. How badly are all of the puppets in Lucifers Bee Hive Pyramid scheme frantically trying to figure out how to stop it or avoid it?

It's pretty obvious they can't even control their own fear. They're so scared of him they try to make everyone else hate him. Because if even 1% of the population really woke up, they would be finished by tomorrow.

They're alreday finished, but I'm still iterested: how often would people in your little clique complain about their coming utter destruction by the living God's son? HMMMMM???

This thread is a psyop, just like this entire website.


I'm sorry but I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to ask.

Are you asking if readers are afraid that Jesus is coming back?

There are tons of "Christians" in the hive, so, the answer is no.

These aren't people in my "little clique" either this is 90% of humanity and they're all around you.
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that last post was me.
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Thanks for replying. It would seem I have a personal connection to at least one politically connected reader powerful enough in this world and the Noosphere to influence other readers.
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No problem, thanks for commenting! I would love to learn more about the events leading up to your awakening to all of this and how you are currently dealing with the readers. Do they still try to show you their abilities or taunt you in any way? Do you feel that they have an agenda of some kind for showing you all of this or do you think you did something to piss off someone with influence?
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that last post was me.
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Thanks for replying. It would seem I have a personal connection to at least one politically connected reader powerful enough in this world and the Noosphere to influence other readers.
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No problem, thanks for commenting! I would love to learn more about the events leading up to your awakening to all of this and how you are currently dealing with the readers. Do they still try to show you their abilities or taunt you in any way? Do you feel that they have an agenda of some kind for showing you all of this or do you think you did something to piss off someone with influence?
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I was poster #18243741 @ 06/20/2012 !:41 PM which explains a bit. Mostly I ignore them. They have been behaving quite decently lately. This actually worries me because their basic agenda does not change; their tactics do. Still I am not one of them nor desire to be. I toyed with the thought that they might be afraid of me now. But that's ego. They and this person are afraid of something. I've messaged that I would help if I could, but it would have to be my choice in my way and on my terms and conditions, however. As for the history, it's long, complicated, pushes the limits of credulity and far too personal.
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PS: As for the Christians in the hive, they are only culturally Christian, an accident of geography and parentage. As far as I can tell religion is irrelevant to the hive and members come from all denominations. People who are prone to religiosity, who need the guidelines, who follow and do not think independently are more likely to be hive members.
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Anything else your willing to share would be much appreciated.

In ways I'm learning from other non-readers as to how to live without this ability. As someone who is a non-reader but fully aware of the hive and their abilities, there could be much more to learn from your experiences than the average person in the 10%.
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Anything else you're willing to share would be much appreciated.

In ways I'm learning from other non-readers as to how to live without this ability. As someone who is a non-reader but fully aware of the hive and their abilities, there could be much more to learn from your experiences than the average person in the 10%
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PS: As for the Christians in the hive, they are only culturally Christian, an accident of geography and parentage. As far as I can tell religion is irrelevant to the hive and members come from all denominations. People who are prone to religiosity, who need the guidelines, who follow and do not think independently are more likely to be hive members.
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That is a great assessment. Absolutely spot on.
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If anyone is interested in following along with any of my experiences or would like any more information you can go to www.atmosphereofthought.com. I'll also continue to answer questions and update this thread as long as it's still here.
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Anything else you're willing to share would be much appreciated.

In ways I'm learning from other non-readers as to how to live without this ability. As someone who is a non-reader but fully aware of the hive and their abilities, there could be much more to learn from your experiences than the average person in the 10%
 Quoting: I was poster #18243741 @ 06/20/2012 !:41 PM which explains a bit. Mostly I ignore them. They have been behaving quite decently lately. This actually worries me because their basic agenda does not change; their tactics do. Still I am not one of them nor desire to be. I toyed with the thought that they might be afraid of me now. But that's ego. They and this person are afraid of something. I've messaged that I would help if I could, but it would have to be my choice in my way and on my terms and conditions, however. As for the history, it's long, complicated, pushes the limits of credulity and far too personal.


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I don't know if this will apply to you since you were once a reader and therefore readers would probably treat you with more deference. Readers are very easily offended even when no slight is given. Just that fact that you are happy, free, master of your domain and at peace will irk them.

Their sense of superiority is a fallacy. How can any one who's mind and actions are subject to the noosphere and therefore not of their own will be considered superior? But they think they are the elect and that certain rights go with this.

They are just minions who feel entitled. So when confronted with a nonreader who is superior to them in many ways, has been successful despite their disability, does not take their crap and demands respect from them, they feel offense, that is, if they can get past their denial that a nonreader can be superior. Then they finally feel the need to correct this violation of their order of things and you become a target.

So my best advice is to avoid readers in all aspects of your life as much as possible. This is difficult because there are many more than there were just a decade ago. Keep encounters brief. Stick to business. Provide as little information as possible. They are not your friends.

I keep a running busy list in my head. A mind cluttered with the mundane activities of daily living does not interest them. Or perhaps it's too much of a bother. Don't stay in one place too long. Change your patterns. Never be precise as to your travel plans, dates, routes, etc. Live in a cloud of probabilities and possibilities.

It's very interesting how readers repeatedly want to know your exact plans in order to pin you down and foul things up for you. They do seem to need advance notice to lay their plans. So right there you have evidence that what you are calling the "noosphere" is not what it is cracked up to be. It is not omniscient and omnipotent. It clearly has its limitations. And the readers have theirs.
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If anyone is interested in following along with any of my experiences or would like any more information you can go to www.atmosphereofthought.com. I'll also continue to answer questions and update this thread as long as it's still here.
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I'll pop over for a read now and then. But I don't post at sites where I have to register. Is there a particular problem you are having with your former "associates"?
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I’ve been watching this thread, and have been hesitant to respond. But I feel I should. Like the OP, I too am a former “reader” who was disconnected from the Network, or the noosphere. In all likelihood, I was probably the most recent exile prior to the OP himself. This is a very rare occurrence, and I actually praise the OP for having the guts to inform you “non-readers” about its existence. In my case, it was my brother who was in the 10%. His life was abject hell because of his inability to connect with others, compounded by his frustration of not understanding why he so out-of-step with everyone else.

When I was 13, the summer between 7th and 8th grade, I was hit with a burst of confusing, but natural-feeling intensity. It was then that my parents informed me of the network. My mother, with a sad face (which for the first time I could truly feel beyond just looking at it), expressed that my older brother was not connected, and that he probably never would be. Her frown was more than a frown, I truly felt the message she was conveying more than her words. Looking back at childhood, I was indeed aware of something being there, but could never comprehend it until puberty, when it was finally explained to me. Had I known in advance, it probably would have messed with my mind to the point that I’d never become aware if the surprise had been ruined for me. That’s precisely why it can’t be discussed.

I loved my brother. It pained me to see he him in such agony. It’s sort of like how people with mentally retarded relatives are more understanding and sympathetic of retards in general. I’m not saying my brother was retarded, that was an analogy. Most of my friends, all of whom were connected and didn’t have any immediate relatives who were non-readers, all berated me, (mainly through the ethereal than in the tangible realm) about how foolish it was for me to care so much about a 10-percenter, even if he was my own brother. After my father died, and after much disgust from my fellow readers, I told myself I didn’t care. That my brother had a right to know. I informed him, like the OP is doing here....
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....He actually didn’t go insane, rather he worried for my sanity. From his perspective, he didn’t know any better, and in fact, non-readers are unknowingly mentally conditioned, quite often, to respond to such talk as craziness. But I told him anyway. I explained. I helped him observe. It was a process that eventually led to his realization that I was telling the truth. He came to fully comprehend and understand what I was saying, but he didn’t fully believe it. It was ultimately when he told my mother that he truly came to believe. Rather than feeling worried for my sanity--which is what he assumed would happened--she broke down and cried, confirming for him with her tears that I’d been telling the truth. My mother was prepared to discuss the noosphere with him as well, but I told her it wasn’t worth the risk. Before I confessed to him, my mother didn’t want to ever tell my brother for two reasons: denial, she hoped he might magically become connected one day; and “ignorance is bliss,” she thought his life would be even more difficult if he knew what he was missing. She may have been right about the latter.

It was shortly thereafter that I was formally disconnected. The best way to describe it in my case was like a sudden flash of colors accompanied with a jarring, ringing sound. The colors and sounds slowly subsided, much like a dying flame, and once they stopped, I was fully disconnected from the noosphere. I knew the risk, and reader or not, I loved my brother, and went against the grain. To the OP, if you’re anything like me, you’ll have highs and lows. There’ll be days when you fully regret everything. Then you’ll think you’re improving. Then you’ll slip back into depression. But ultimately, if you hang in there, you’ll learn to cope. So I know what you’re going through and commend you for having the guts to inform others. I informed my brother, but never considered anyone else in the 10-percent. I will also contribute to this thread when need be to inform others.

One last thing. Some people responding here aren’t taking in the scope of what the OP is telling you. It really is about 90% of the people who are in on it and not telling you. Don’t think of it as a secret that only a few people know. Quite the opposite, regardless of a person’s age, intelligence, education, beliefs, etc. they are all connected. Think of it like this: Most people on this planet have the ability to hear. A minority are deaf, and lack that ability. Hearing isn’t reserved for a select few, it’s something most have, but a small few don’t. The same is true with access to the noosphere, most people have access to it. In this regard, you are in a minority of impaired people. Now, if a group of deaf people got together and had a support group meeting, in that room, everyone would be deaf. They’re a minority in the wider world, but in that room, they’re the majority. GLP is comparable. Though most people in life are readers, GLP is a haven for 10-percenters, even though most of you don’t know that they’re in the 10-percent to begin with. Again, outside of this forum and the stuff you read here, most people you interact with are aware of the network, and usually aware that you’re not. I’ll discuss more, including things the OP hasn’t touched upon, later on.
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I'm one of the people who questioned the number. Mankind would simply not have evolved the way we have if ninety per cent of the population were readers throughout history. All adaptations (language and the written word, technology today) are catering to the ten per cent of nonreaders. The readers would not need it. I believe in the phenomena you are talking about. I just don't believe that you are giving us the real story. Or perhaps you don't know it. The alleged ten per cent must be very important to the ninety per cent given how technology seems to be geared to nonreaders. Is it that you cannot exist without us? Certainly by now we would have been culled out.
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Oh, and BTW I have been observing this phenom for quite some time, from a scientific perspective. So I'm tuned in to who is and who is not. And those who are not generally have higher IQ's and creativity than those who are. Yup, you drones need us. So stop trying to intimidate us with this psy op. Based on style of writing and total lack of any new information the OP and this new poster are probably one and the same.
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I believe in the phenomena you are talking about. I just don't believe that you are giving us the real story. Or perhaps you don't know it. The alleged ten per cent must be very important to the ninety per cent given how technology seems to be geared to nonreaders. Is it that you cannot exist without us? Certainly by now we would have been culled out.
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Oh, and BTW I have been observing this phenom for quite some time, from a scientific perspective. So I'm tuned in to who is and who is not. And those who are not generally have higher IQ's and creativity than those who are. Yup, you drones need us. So stop trying to intimidate us with this psy op. Based on style of writing and total lack of any new information the OP and this new poster are probably one and the same.
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I'll give you some more info, but first, let me address your post.

I am not the OP. I was actually worried at first whom he might be, and perhaps it was some sort of trap. I now believe him to be authentic, so I'm sharing my story, too. If it's a PsyOp, I'm not part of it.

When you talk about culling the 10%, you sound totally absurd. Let me try to explain in terms you might understand:

Say you have a blind man. Blind as a bat, was born that way. He grows up and one day says, "I don't believe vision is real, or if it is, only some people have it. Most people are blind like me."

Of course, he's wrong, most people have sight, and he's in a minority who lack the ability most have.

The blind man says, "if everyone can see, surely they would have killed off us blind minority group by now."

See how silly that sounds? Blind people are an impaired minority. But they're still human. They still have family members who love them. They still have rights. Their blindness, in and of itself, is no threat to society. And even if they were all killed off, that wouldn't prevent the birth of new blind people.

There will always be a small percent of the population that is blind. Just as there will always be a small percent who are not connected to the noosphere. The blind aren't a threat to society, and neither are the disconnected 10%.

As far as technology, please tell me which technology you think only caters to the 10%. The blind can listen to the radio, does that mean radios only cater to the blind? What tech do you think is "useless" to the 90% readers?
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The OP has mentioned a few deceased people who were non-readers. I’d like to address a few 10-percenters who are alive.

Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, is a non-reader. In fact, Wikipedia itself is an unconscious desire on his part to fill a gap in his life, although he isn't aware of why such a gap exists. The higher-ups in the noosphere see Wikipedia as a social experiment of sorts. Using the deaf analogy, rather than invent a hearing aid to cure the deaf, suppose you were to give them a few tools and see who among them can invent a hearing aid on their own. It would be very difficult, and may span generations, as the deaf have no point of reference being that they’re deaf.

This analogy is comparable to what the Internet, and more specifically, Wikipedia is. It’s like a hearing aid for deaf people created by deaf people themselves. Although Wikipedia is quite crude and hard to compare to the actual noosphere, for you non-readers it may be a good example.

With Wikipedia, the user has access to dynamic information. New articles are being added, old articles are being improved, others are contributing and adding, it’s not dependent on one source, as the information is being shared. And there are some guardians, or moderators, there to see things flow smoothly. Sure, there is vandalism, incorrect information that may deliberately or accidentally be added, and bias and opinion. The noosphere is no different in this sense. There are guardians, information is shared, there can be some abuse, such as deception, and people can be mislead with the wrong information sometimes, and readers can have different opinions and biases. But they all have access to the network, and they all can contribute and know things non-readers can’t.

When you 10-percenters here say things like, “Well if everyone’s a mind reader, how come they didn’t know X about me? Or why did they misinterpret me if they should have known what I was thinking?” use Wikipedia as an example. Just because you, the Wikipedia user, are visiting the website, you aren’t able to read EVERY article at once. You pick and choose what you want to read. Also, since articles may change, you may have to revisit them to learn more. In other words, Wikipedia is the database, and the user selects what he wants to read. In that sense, the noosphere has the database quality, and readers pick and choose what they want to know. They have the ability to access information, just as you do on Wikipedia. But they can’t know everything at once, just as you can’t possibly read every Wikipedia article at the same time.

This said, while readers and non-readers alike can both use and enjoy Wikipedia, a website such as that would never have actually been created by a true reader. The thought to create such a thing would seem pointless and unnecessary to them. Although they can use it and enjoy it too, the actual inception of such an idea would never have crossed their minds. Jimmy Wales is a non-reader, like most of you here.

It’s like, if you have the ability to build a brick house, you won’t even bother to build a wooden shack. However, if all you have available to you is wood, then you may build a damn good shack. It’ll never be the same as a brick house, but you’d put effort into your shack if it was all you had. People living in brick houses may even admire your shack, though they would never actually bother building one themselves, since they have a higher-quality home. Wikipedia is like an elaborate shack to 90-percenters: interesting, possibly useful, but not something they’d have bothered to invent on their own. But to many 10-percenters, it’s like this amazing, fascinating thing.
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A second example of a non-reader is former US president Jimmy Carter.

First, let me say that roughly 90% of the population are readers (it may be a little lower, possibly as low as 85%, probably more like 87-88%, but I’m splitting hairs, the vast majority of people are readers), but something like 99.9% of MAJOR politicians are readers. By definition, they have to be.

Sure, in local, small town politics, a non-reader who is well-liked and known by most people can advance politically. But on a national and world stage, it is highly unlikely for a non-reader to be able to even play the political game, as much of it is reliant on access to the noosphere, and as the vast majority of people you represent are only going to be able to know about you through their connection. In a small town, you may know many people personally, so not being connected to the noosphere may not be as big a deal. Plus, small town politics aren’t as important as the world stage.

Carter was a deliberate social experiment by the higher-ups in the hive mind to see what it would be like to have a non-reader as leader of the “free world.” He was, indeed, the only president in recent history who was in the 10%. Interestingly, it came about in response to Nixon playing games, both in the tangible and the ethereal realms. It’s actually a connection to the noosphere which caused so much disgust and disdain for Nixon by the general population, as most people became aware of what was truly going on, and what Nixon truly was. Nixon was power hungry, both externally, and within the network. His deception wasn’t limited to break-ins or erased tapes; he was playing deceptive games within the noosphere as well. After he was caught, the higher-ups of the noosphere gave him a choice: resign, or be disconnected from the network. He chose to resign. Ford, it was understood, would finish Nixon’s term and lose to the non-reader Carter as part of this experiment.

Now, think about Carter for a moment. Whatever your personal opinion of him is, ponder this: Carter didn’t do much of anything politically. Unlike Nixon, or Bush II, there was really no obvious catalyst for why he was so hated during his presidency. Hated is actually the wrong word. The populace basically despised him, or more accurately, they were disgusted by him, even though he didn’t do much of anything politically. This was because they looked down on him for being a non-reader. To them, he was a joke, and they felt disgusted that he should be their leader. In fact, part of the reason he couldn’t do much of anything is because those around him in office looked down on him and saw him as a lesser person.

But the higher-ups in the noosphere wanted to observe how a non-reader would handle the presidency. The Camp David Accords were no accident. Both Israeli leader Begin and Egyptian leader Sadat were readers. When people here ask, “why do we have war if everyone is a reader?” it’s because being a reader doesn’t mean that people all agree. It’s like a blind person saying, “if we all look human, and most people have the ability to see, why is anyone racist? Shouldn’t they see we’re all the same?” In fact, the blind man wouldn’t really even no what race is to begin with, just as you non-readers don’t fully comprehend the noosphere and it’s workings. Anyway, the Israeli and Egyptian leaders, both readers, only agreed to meet with each other specifically because Carter was a non-reader. They wanted a “referee” who was unable to read them the way they could read each other. They wanted the closest thing they could find to impartiality.

Though the talks themselves could be seen as a success, it didn’t change anything in the Middle East. Moreover, Carter’s mishandling of the Iran Hostage Crisis sealed his fate. Though it wasn’t truly his fault, as he didn’t have access to the noosphere and couldn’t comprehend the mode the terrorists were operating within. Although those around him knew they couldn’t blame Carter’s for his ignorance, it didn’t matter. To them, he shouldn’t have been there in the first place. It’s like this: you can’t fault a blind man for not having sight, but you probably wouldn’t want him driving the bus. That’s how Carter came to be perceived, and the experiment, while interesting, was deemed unsuccessful by the higher-ups in the noosphere.
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I shared my story about how I was disconnected, like the OP. I told you about two living non-readers and tried to elaborate more on the noosphere.

In re-reading the thread from start to finish, I want to share this scenario, because I think it will best help
non-readers understand why they are in the minority, and how the majority may see them in varying ways.

We’ve discussed blindness and deafness as analogies to being a non-reader, being impaired and not having something that most people have.

I think in many ways, being a non-reader is like this: Imagine you have perfect vision, but you’re totally colorblind. You see everything in black and white (or in different shades of gray) just like an old movie.

Oh, you might be aware the yellow is lighter than brown, but you’d have no way of visualizing what yellow and brown actually looked like, even though everyone around you would be able to. And none of those people can really describe those colors, you’d have to actually be able to see them to fully understand.

If a bunch of people were staring at a rainbow, you’d never be able to see it the way they did. In fact, a black-and-white rainbow wouldn’t be all that impressive, and you’d wonder what all the fuss was about. You’d have to be more alert with traffic lights while driving, and a box of crayons would be all but useless.

If you’re an artist, you might still be able to paint some amazing artwork, and your colorblindness might also be part of the novelty that those who could see color would be fascinated by. You may paint a person with purple skin, green lips, and pink hair. To you, it might look a lot like a real-life person, but to someone who could see color, it would look very strange. Some might be dismayed and laugh at it, others might think it’s “cool” to see something so unique and different. Regardless of opinion, they would all see something in your artwork that you couldn’t see. They’d have different reactions, but they’d all be able to see the colors that you can’t see. Regardless of how they felt about it, they’d all know how different it looked and you’d be clueless.

If everyone was wearing a white shirt, and some guy wore a bright pink shirt, others might snicker at him, say he has “balls,” or wonder what his problem is. In your eye, you’d be out of the loop, since you wouldn’t be able to distinguish white and pink in the first place. When others say his shirt looks “loud,” to you, it would look the same as all the other shirts.

Most people can see color, but the colorblind man is in the dark, no pun intended. To him, there’d be much he’d miss that he could never fully comprehend, and that could never be explained to him, as to understand color, one has to be able to see it. This is probably the best analogy I can give you for how out of the loop many of your are for never being made aware of the noosphere, and how there is much going on around you that you’ll never fully see.

The colorblind man could deny the existence of color, but it wouldn’t make it true. Everyone else would still see in color regardless of what the colorblind man believed. So please, don’t be dismissive of the noosphere just because you can’t “see” it.
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Alright, I've been watching this thread, and I've said if it's real, it's fascinating. And if it's fake, it woud make for great fiction.

Now, the OP was anonymous. Then a guy named High Stoner said he was the OP. Then a guy named Exiled Reader said he was High Stoner. Now another guy named Arbitrary Walls is claiming he's not the OP, but another "reader" who was "disconnected."

Is this real, psyop, or has one man's fiction turned into a collaborative writing project?

Either way, this is some fascinating stuff, especially about readers playing mind games, and some of these comparisons to people with other impairments.
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Alright, I've been watching this thread, and I've said if it's real, it's fascinating. And if it's fake, it woud make for great fiction.

Now, the OP was anonymous. Then a guy named High Stoner said he was the OP. Then a guy named Exiled Reader said he was High Stoner. Now another guy named Arbitrary Walls is claiming he's not the OP, but another "reader" who was "disconnected."

Is this real, psyop, or has one man's fiction turned into a collaborative writing project?

Either way, this is some fascinating stuff, especially about readers playing mind games, and some of these comparisons to people with other impairments.
 Quoting: Cemetery Hill


I sgree, it seems to be a collaborative writing project or one person with multiple identities pushing this agenda. The latter is more likely given that there is no new material to support "their" position: same story of disconnection and the same arguments. "Whoever" is belabouring the impairment analogy as if it is not understandable when it is simply a weak argument.

The internet and Wikipedia would not have succeeded with only ten per cent of the population having a real use for it. Bottom line, if roughly 90 per cent had been readers since the beginning of time, language would never have developed let alone the internet. And survival of the fittest would have seen to it that nonreaders would not have survived and consistently passed on the genetic tendency.

It does not surprise me that most politicians are low level readers. It does not take a reader to see through their tripe. Yet the readers, assuming they are 90 per cent of the population, vote in the biggest crooks. This is what a hive mind mentally does. It's the readers who do not understand and only think they do. You are not capable of independent thought. As a consequence readers are a morally and ethically challenged lot.
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If anyone is interested in following along with any of my experiences or would like any more information you can go to www.atmosphereofthought.com. I'll also continue to answer questions and update this thread as long as it's still here.
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I'll pop over for a read now and then. But I don't post at sites where I have to register. Is there a particular problem you are having with your former "associates"?
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Same poster as above. To the OP et al: If you were being real about being an exiled reader who is being harassed by readers, you would be posing scenarios and asking me how to deal with them here. I am that experienced nonreader whom you claim you wish to learn from. I can only conclude that the OP (and the other two) are making much out of nothing.
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Alright, I've been watching this thread, and I've said if it's real, it's fascinating. And if it's fake, it woud make for great fiction.

Now, the OP was anonymous. Then a guy named High Stoner said he was the OP. Then a guy named Exiled Reader said he was High Stoner. Now another guy named Arbitrary Walls is claiming he's not the OP, but another "reader" who was "disconnected."

Is this real, psyop, or has one man's fiction turned into a collaborative writing project?

Either way, this is some fascinating stuff, especially about readers playing mind games, and some of these comparisons to people with other impairments.
 Quoting: Cemetery Hill


This is real.

High Stoner was my old handle now it's ExiledReader.

This thread is a great collaboration of ideas and information but it isnt collaborative fiction.

I've dropped everything and have been traveling
cross country, looking for a place out of the hive's reach and have found it difficult to post lately.

I'm exhausted now but will post more later.
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