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Reality Control: How it's Done

 
Kai (VALIS)
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Reality Control: How it's Done
Language

The word is possibly the most effective tool for sculpting the realities of those around us. Information (in its base state) can be completely altered by the informer's choice of language when relaying to an audience. Everything we hear or read (whether intentionally or otherwise) is being altered by our informer. If an interested party can display a given idea with enough conviction and the proper amount of persuasion, he/she/it will have a much greater chance of altering the listener's mindset. By doing this, the informer has effectively altered his audience's perception of reality. For instance, many people do not properly grasp the nature of "gravity" as we currently understand it. For many, it is as simple as, "what goes up must come down." For a more advanced facet of the public it is understood as, "objects of larger mass attract objects of smaller mass." However, neither of these definitions are precisely accurate (in the sense of what we are now able to see). By giving a newer and more applicable one, I can effectively alter a reader's understanding of gravity and change how they perceive the universe: "Imagine space/time as a bed sheet. I am holding one side and you are holding the other side and we are stretching it so that it becomes a flat plane. If we drop a bowling ball in the middle of the bed sheet, it will press down on the fabric (space/time) and create a depression. Any object which has less mass than the bowling ball will be pulled into orbit by this depression. This is why the planets orbit around our sun. But if the object has TOO MUCH mass, it will rip through the sheet creating what is known as a black hole or wormhole." What I have done is taken images and concepts which we all can relate to and given a working picture (in parallels) of how a cosmological force actually works. Many people who read this will already have an understanding of this but SOME of them will have their perceptions altered. I have effectively altered certain people's realities. Now consider this kind of manipulation applied to literally anything you can imagine. Effectively, every writer or speaker has the potentially unlimited ability to alter the universes/realities of anyone around them. In fact, most people (when listening to the right source or "voices of authority") will take information for granted. I.e. when we listen to a certain physicist or religious leader, we do not NEED any applicable understanding of HOW something works. We will simply accept it based on the "authority" we have given the speaker.

Facts

The only weapon that is ALMOST undeniably proven to work against persuasion and language is fact. There are many things we can see or be shown which will, in effect, cancel out the persuasive or linguistic abilities of other informers (ones who have persuaded us that something is reality). For instance, we can see that 1 apple + 1 apple will give us 2 apples. This is not an arguable point at first glance, however a particularly adept informer or manipulator can convince us (for instance) that what we see visually is not necessarily a reality. It may be that these apples have antimatter counterparts which exist in a flipped reality and that therefor we are looking at 2 apples + 2 apples...or that one apple may be an optical illusion created by our brain's need for certainty. These options are not full-proof and only an adept informer can use them to persuade. So generally, facts act as an unchallenged force. Further, facts are mislabeled all of the time. It was (for many years) considered a fact that new brain cells cannot be produced and that humans have a set amount which, if destroyed, cannot be regenerated. We now know that this is completely untrue.

Information Control

Much of what could be used as a means of showing us that we are mostly subject to other's interpretations of reality is withheld from us. This is done in many ways but the most effective tool is character assassination or discrediting the source. For instance, if a scientist informs us that there are unseen conscious forces (which, for instance, work between frequencies of light that our eyes or brains are not attuned to) a specific party who wishes for this information not take hold may point to the fact that said scientist was once forcibly committed to a mental hospital. This may be due to factors that have absolutely nothing to do with the informer's authority (he may have been put away for bipolar disorder, which may NOT affect his intelligence or sense of "reality" but only his moods). Or he may have never been put away at all. The truth is that most people are never going to do the background check and establish if this is fact anyway. So effectively, the party who wishes to discredit him will largely have an easy time of it. This method works in two important ways: it ensures a quick and easy silencing (as well as ensuring lasting difficulties for the informer) and it ensures that anyone else who pops up in the future, spouting the same information or beliefs as the informer, will likely be put in the same category...killing more than two birds with one stone. This strategy was employed numerous times by the Air Force and intelligence community throughout the 50's, 60's, and 70's when UFO information control was in its fledgling stages. And we see the effects now: generally scientists these days avoid such topics and the ones who don't are viewed largely as "paranoid" or "delusional." Another important aspect of information control is the stifling of education. Generally speaking, the more we learn, the more we become aware that almost anything is possible. By stifling a person's learning capabilities, a group can make almost certain that "higher" or "advanced" modes of thinking will be largely lost to the public.

"Reality Sculpting" Through Belief Systems

Simply put, the more people there are who believe something is true, the more "real" it becomes. "Nanobots" are a big issue right now. Many people are convinced that (because these things are basically untraceable) they will be able to infect us and that certain interested parties will begin to assert control by using them. Anyone who subscribes to this is likely going to start seeing the effects of it. When a person they know begins to think or act in some way unlike what they are normally used to seeing, there is a higher probability that the viewer will blame such behavior on said nanobots. And it has become so in the sense that just the mere IDEA of nanobots was enough to elicit a change in the experiencer's reality. Our brains are complex enough that just by believing something to be a reality, it becomes one (at least for the experiencer). But here are some FACTS to combat this...nanobots are actually not robots at all. It was recently discovered that molecules (on an individual level) operate completely differently than groups of molecules. For instance, when we have a group of hydrogen and a group of oxygen molecules, we know that one of the possible outcomes of their interactions will be to produce water. However, when SINGLE molecules of hydrogen or oxygen interact, the results are COMPLETELY different. "Nanobots" are actually just the results of interactions between individual molecules that we do not normally see. They ARE NOT mechanical machines. The mere fact that this information is not largely understood has created huge amounts of suspicion as to the nature of what these things are and what they are capable of being used for.
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Re: Reality Control: How it's Done
There are parties who have been using these techniques going back thousands of years. The governments, as well as religious organizations, have such a grasp and technical (tried and true) usage of "reality shaping" that they are quite literally able to define the universe we exist in for us. Science seems to be one of the only forces which can act in direct opposition to these "powers that be" as it is constantly pushing forward and disrupting the established "way" that things are. The military/industrial complex is so secretive (partially for advantages in national security) but partially because it subscribes to the belief that to change our perception so drastically would be to create unfixable shock and disruption in the minds of those who exist in this "reality." Conspiracy theorists are some who are almost immune to these forces based on their tendency to continuously question the establishment.
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When ideas exist within the mind well after the deaths of their "creators" they have become "living" things that exist in their own right. The establishers of religions and philosophies have essentially created "gods" out of thin air. The sheer number of people who blindly follow these ideals are proof of "mind control" in its most basic incarnation.

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What reality?

I don't see any reality.
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What reality?

I don't see any reality.
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Then what do you see?
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absent physical reality, and speaking strictly of ones own perceptions, inconsistencies, as in peoples actions and words are the best determinations of what is true or not. of course, this is within different levels and degrees of importance.

if a person say something one day and says something different the next regarding the same topic, what that person says can be suspect. most people do not need to be informed of what the truth is, given enough time and experience most will see what is reality by a preponderance of evidence.

science relies on the evidence presently available, as such it changes as technology and the different natures of the physical universe manifest. to claim that science holds absolute truths is to discard the history of mankind.
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absent physical reality, and speaking strictly of ones own perceptions, inconsistencies, as in peoples actions and words are the best determinations of what is true or not. of course, this is within different levels and degrees of importance.

if a person say something one day and says something different the next regarding the same topic, what that person says can be suspect. most people do not need to be informed of what the truth is, given enough time and experience most will see what is reality by a preponderance of evidence.

science relies on the evidence presently available, as such it changes as technology and the different natures of the physical universe manifest. to claim that science holds absolute truths is to discard the history of mankind.
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Truth. Except for one thing: reality alters every moment. Therefor if someone says one thing one day...changing their perspective the next day can be considered normal.
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absent physical reality, and speaking strictly of ones own perceptions, inconsistencies, as in peoples actions and words are the best determinations of what is true or not. of course, this is within different levels and degrees of importance.

if a person say something one day and says something different the next regarding the same topic, what that person says can be suspect. most people do not need to be informed of what the truth is, given enough time and experience most will see what is reality by a preponderance of evidence.

science relies on the evidence presently available, as such it changes as technology and the different natures of the physical universe manifest. to claim that science holds absolute truths is to discard the history of mankind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44625654


Truth. Except for one thing: reality alters every moment. Therefor if someone says one thing one day...changing their perspective the next day can be considered normal.
 Quoting: Kai (VALIS)


What is your definition of reality?

Thanks as always for your insights. That void is one arse kicker... in a good way :)
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absent physical reality, and speaking strictly of ones own perceptions, inconsistencies, as in peoples actions and words are the best determinations of what is true or not. of course, this is within different levels and degrees of importance.

if a person say something one day and says something different the next regarding the same topic, what that person says can be suspect. most people do not need to be informed of what the truth is, given enough time and experience most will see what is reality by a preponderance of evidence.

science relies on the evidence presently available, as such it changes as technology and the different natures of the physical universe manifest. to claim that science holds absolute truths is to discard the history of mankind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44625654


Truth. Except for one thing: reality alters every moment. Therefor if someone says one thing one day...changing their perspective the next day can be considered normal.
 Quoting: Kai (VALIS)


What is your definition of reality?

Thanks as always for your insights. That void is one arse kicker... in a good way :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44766604


That which is the country of the mind.
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