Working on Creating the Subjective Reality Website

I’d better launch this thing soon.  I really have to pour my heart and soul into this.  I have to work on it minimum 3 hours a day, 7 days a week.  No excuses.  It is going to be tremendously hard work, but it will be worth it.  I can literally design a site I’m passionate about, and make decent money from it.  Just look what Leo at Zen Habits has done with a simple philosophy.  The only limit I’m going to have is eye strain.  But putting in 3 hours, spaced out throughout the day and night, shouldn’t be a problem for me.  I should start getting up no later than 9 AM, so that I can get at least 2 hours in before noon.  I’m thinking the name of the site should be  called Subjective Reality Central, unless that name is already taken.  I want to cover everything that relates to subjective reality, and this is a niche that I don’t think will be too saturated.  I’ll be examining a lens from which you can view reality, where you will have no fear, and nothing to hold you back except your imagination of what is possible.  I wish I could use David Icke’s tagline:  “Exposing the dream world we believe to be real.”  Maybe something like, “Life is a dream, you are the dreamer, and it’s time to wake up.”  Or I could use Bill Hicks’ tagline, at the top of every page.

This is pretty much a bottomless wellspring of posts.  I could write about this stuff all day, so I think I’ve got a way to totally create a website I feel great about, and use ads and affiliate links to generate income.  I am going to create an online business that I can feel good about.  One where I do my best work.  I’ve done enough research on it to be qualified as almost an expert.  I just need to focus more on living what I talk about.  If life is a dream, you should have no fear whatsoever, except the biological fight or flight response.  There is nothing to fear but fear itself.  And if this truly is a dream world, you don’t even have to fear that.  I just have to get myself to totally believe it, 100%.  And I also have to believe I will succeed 100%.  Sure, it may be hard work, but I need to dedicate myself fully to this endeavor.

I just need to work extra hard at it.  There’s no substitute for hard work.  I have to challenge myself with this site, make it top-notch, with quality content.  I’ll definitely have to change my diet for this.  I need to stick to a routine as well.  I know that if I don’t, I know it may hurt me in the long run.  I’ll need to expand my consciousness as far as it will go.  I need to read Steve Pavlina’s experience of his 30 day trial of subjectivity.  I’ll obviously need to do one of my own as well, while creating this site.  I’ve got plenty of article ideas, up there, and I’ll have plenty more before the site is finished, if it ever is.  I intend to add to it continuously for a matter of years, to create the most comprehensive SR site out there.  I have to be willing to do the hard work that it will take to get this site off the ground, and then I can add to it preferably at least 3 times a week.  If not more.  I’ve really got to embrace this lens, and take it as far as I can before I can fully comprehend the implications of going down this road.  I’m going to cite sources where necessary, although most of them will come from maybe 5 or less places.  Maybe more, as time goes on.

Buddha believed this was how reality was, but Buddhism is full of unnecessary rules.  They’ve got precepts, you have to be a vegetarian, and a lot of other limiting beliefs.  But isn’t that the same with all belief systems?  The only one that can feasibly encompass all of them is subjective reality and the realm  of quantum physics.  I can even sit in my chair in the living room to write these articles, as that will most likely be the best place, seeing how typing here is bad for my neck.  At least there I have a neck rest.  Subjectivity encompasses objectivity, as it fits inside the whole dream philosophy.  When you are dreaming, are you aware of anything outside the dream?  No. But you believe the dream is real.  And even if you die in the dream, you wake up alive in your bed.  We literally all are the dreamer, not the dream itself.  The dreamer is consciousness, and the more conscious we get, the more validation we get of this dream world being, in fact, a dream.  Hell, even Jesus talked about this.  So did Buddha, as I mentioned before.  I have a real good feeling about this.  I just have to build it, market it, which SBI will help with that, and people will come.  I’ll sell books about it through affiliate links, and Adsense is a no-brainer right here.  I could become affiliates with Amazon, other online book retailers, and people who produce audio and video of this type of material.  This should be a fun and exciting ride!  I’m certainly looking forward to it.


I believe that one of life’s greatest pleasures is the freedom to be nobody but yourself.  The problem is that society and other things try to condition us to be something but ourselves.  We all become like robots, all thinking the same thoughts, all feeling the same limited range of feelings.  The education system turns us into obedient worker slaves.  The media instills fear and rage in us, so that we feel it is a dangerous world, so best not stand out.  We live in a high-anxiety, high-stress culture, and we’re all measured by how much stress we can take, which only shuts our brains down to a significant extent.

The fear and stress that is thrust upon us by every channel you can think of is very daunting, and can really get to you.  We are all slaves to the culture we were born into, and there’s no escaping it, at least not completely.  You can never truly, fully drop out.  The people who control the world have ensured that by exterminating all the indigenous peoples throughout the world over the centuries.  Either that, or they forced them into our way of life, and now they are suffering greatly.  Before these people were exterminated, there was unparalleled freedom on Earth, where we could do as we pleased, as long as it didn’t hurt anyone else.  Before civilization, we were wild creatures, foraging for food, which was in abundance everywhere you looked.

There was also a time when us humans knew the true nature of reality, that life was simply an illusion, and that we were one consciousness, everything included.  Then there were a bunch of cataclysms on the Earth, which caused so much upheaval, and destroyed every people that lived on this planet, leaving us all with a clean slate, but damaged in so many ways.  In an ancient Zulu legend, the Earth turned over onto its current axis, which can only happen when a foreign body causes it to do that, which I would suggest was the Moon being brought by entities that wished to control us, and make us forget who we truly are.  They’ve created a world that suits them, not us, and they feed off of our negative energy, mainly fear.  They reside just out of human sight, but close enough to have temporary appearances in this reality.  They interbred with ancient humans, and created what is called hybrid bloodlines.

Now, these hybrid bloodlines control the physical world, but they are controlled from a place just outside of this frequency band.  They, as early as 40,000 years ago, claimed their right to rule, based on their descent from the “serpent God.”  There are ancient drawings of serpents and snakes everywhere in the ancient world, and there is no refuting that.  There are many drawings depicting the interbreeding with humanity, and there are still symbols of it everywhere today.  Just look at the AMA’s logo.  Two snakes coiled around a cross or something like that.

Symbolism is very powerful, and that’s another tool they use to control us.  Take major sporting events for example.  In the Super Bowl, where hundreds of millions of people watch every year, there are so many Illuminati symbols in the halftime shows that it gets to be incredibly obvious.  At the 2012 Olympics, there was massive symbolism relating to the bloodlines and the hidden hand that runs this world as it is today.  Symbols are information, and when you focus on information, you take it in on a subconscious level.  We are in a state of mass hypnosis here, and the only way out is through our own consciousness and information that will help us see all the subliminal control mechanisms we have around us.

The rabbit hole goes very deep, and there’s always more to uncover.  But the more we know, the better off we are.  That is how we will become free again.  Knowledge truly is power.  Who among us ever asks the big questions?  Who are we?  Why are we here?  Who ever comes up with a satisfactory answer?  If you understand quantum physics, it will tell you that the world is primarily subjective, a dream within a dream.  We are living in an artificial reality created by these entities, primarily called the Archons by the Gnostics, whose Library of Alexandria was burned down by the Crusades.  99% of their information was destroyed throughout the years, and it wasn’t until 1945 in Egypt when a peasant found a jar sealed from roughly 1500 years ago that the Gnostic belief system was fully understood.  Luckily, no one destroyed that before it got out.

Also, Don Juan Matis, a Central American shaman, talks at length about these entities, and how they are mind parasites, and feed on our fear and other low-vibrational emotions.  And these parasites love to feed off of the energy of children the most, because they are the most full of life, especially before puberty.  Why do you think all ancient cultures sacrificed “young virgins?”  That was code for children.  Imagine how terrified the child was, and how much fear energy was being created.  It must have been like an all-you-can-eat buffet for these so-called “gods.”  And these hybrid bloodlines love to drink the blood of the sacrifice.  That is also well-documented in history.

All I can say is that I am eternally grateful that all this information is coming out.  Finally, we have an idea of what is truly going on in the world, and we need to take extreme steps to save it.  We need to realize we are truly in control.  We outnumber these people/entities at least 100 to 1.  I would guess much more than that, to be honest.  We just need to refuse whatever the control system tries to throw at us.  We need to say NO to microchips, smart grids, smart meters, and anything else that reduces our power, while simultaneously making us more dependent on the government and society at large.  We obviously need a consciousness shift for this sort of “radical” change.  We must remember who we are, infinite consciousness/possibility.

For true freedom, we must not be violent.  You don’t fight for peace, you peace for peace.  Just say NO, with a smile on your face and a jump in your step.  If the President or the Prime Minister comes on the TV and says, “We’ve had a talk, and we’ve decided to do this,” what if millions of people said, “We’re not allowing it?”  Where’s their power then?  Their power is simply in our acquiescence.  That is the only reason such a small quantity of people can control the world, because we are conditioned to believe we have no power to stop them.  Bollocks!

We are infinite possibility having an experience.  We have been cut off from Source, or Consciousness through very deliberate measures, and that has eroded our freedoms, day by day, year by year.  And I think it’s about time we reclaim our true freedom to be who we truly are, and to experience our full potential as humans, and as consciousness.  We used to be so much more than we are now, and we have that ability to reclaim that higher level of awareness, simply by realizing we all are one, there is no separation between us and them, and that we have the power to create heaven on Earth, if only we keep raising our consciousness.  This will require listening to one’s heart, not one’s gut.  Connect through your heart chakra, because that is the way to accessing consciousness.  We all need to try and get as many people as possible to do this.  Once the tipping point is reached, the control system won’t stand a chance.


Why Most Blogs Suck

As an avid reader of blogs some years ago, and with continued reading over these past 7 years or so, I’ve come to one stunning conclusion, and that is that most blogs suck.  Sorry, but I’m just telling the truth here.  Most people who write a blog are not fully committed (guilty as charged here), and so either their infrequent postings (also guilty), or lack of quality content (sometimes guilty, but not nearly as much as some of the other blogs I’ve stumbled across).  Sure, having a blog is challenging because it is kind of a “monkey on your back,” especially if you have some kind of following.  Most people give up, even if they have writing talent and have value to share, simply because of the demand on their time and the pressure to post.  The bigger the audience, the larger the pressure to keep posting those goldmine articles that people will give you great feedback on.

Most of my favorite blogs hctsave dried up considerably over the past 3 years or so.  Even blogging god Steve Pavlina has stopped blogging consistently.  Sometimes it takes over a month for him to post another entry, and many of his newer posts are simply plugs for products he’s bought or a reminder that the Ultimate You Mindfest started a few weeks ago (now since over).  So, needless to say, it is looking to me like blogging is starting to become less and less popular, and less and less impactful in the long run.  It’s a shame because while I haven’t achieved any kind of mainstream success with this blog, and I don’t post on a regular basis, I still have the drive to share ideas that give me value, and figure I might as well pay them forward to anyone who will read.

There are still a few blogs I do read, although some of them post maybe twice a month, while others post way too frequently (i.e. Zen Habits) for their posts to have any memorable impact.  It’s not that I don’t think Leo at Zen Habits is a bad writer or a lousy blogger, it’s just his posts are too short for one, and secondly, most of them are simply too superficial.  And now he has what he calls a Sea Change program, where for $10 a month, you can take part in an exclusive club where you get coached by experts about how to stick to your habits and goals, or something like that.  He writes e-books and such to generate income, but I can’t say I’ve ever felt inspired to buy any of them, simply because I know that it will most likely be a rehashing of all his old blog entries in a more digestible format.

One blog I’m still a big fan of is How to Save the World, written by Dave Pollard.  He’s been at it since 2002, and he has many insightful posts, along with visual graphics that explain his blog posts for those who are visual learners.  He puts a lot of time into most of his blog posts, and writes at a level that is unseen in 99% of the blogging world.  He is a deep thinker, and knows so much about what it means to be human, and how this pesky civilization has gotten us off track.  His posting frequency may also be down a bit, but the posts he does make are still fresh, impactful, and relevant.  He is still a voice of reason in an otherwise insane world.

Ran Prieur is also another blogger that still has promise, although is “blog” isn’t quite the same as other people’s.  He’s an anarcho-primitivist, or at least that’s where his beliefs align closest with.  He’s always got something interesting to say, or an interesting link to share, which shows that even after over 10 years, he is still passionate about his website and the sharing of what he considers valuable information.  People may find him a little strange, a little “out-there,” but he makes more sense and has a very articulate way of conveying his ideas, and it is a shame he doesn’t have a larger following.  But as he put it, “I like my small, smart audience.”  He accepts donations, and does not have a job, and I don’t think he’s had one for at least 10 years.  His most popular essay, How to Drop Out, has inspired so many people not to drop out completely, but to find themselves a low-stress job and how to live below their means to accumulate enough money to eventually retire early and spend time doing what you love, regardless of whether or not it makes you money.

Those are pretty much the only blogs I read nowadays, but that is simply because I don’t want to spend my time reading articles that don’t even merit the time it takes to read them, never mind comment on them.  They are just not worth my time, and even though some blogs can be entertaining for awhile (i.e. Violent Acres), they often fizzle out and become just a static website with a new post maybe once or twice a year.

Is blogging dead or is there still merit to being a blogger?  I think that for a select few, who provide value over time in a consistent manner, yes there is still value in what they do.  As for those who have neglected their blogs to the point of losing most of their audience, I’d say that for them it is more a problem of self-discipline or just a lack of inspiration that causes their blogs to die a sad and untimely death.

I’m still here, although not as much as I would like to be.  I’m going to try and post here more often and see what happens.  I realize that I do have readers who love what I write, and some that may disagree with me, but at least there are still some people reading these posts that I pour hours of my time into, and a few ounces of my effort.  And I enjoy it, because it is an outlet for my creative self-expression.  I’ll do my best to keep this blog afloat, because I believe in the message I have to give.

Mass Shooting in CT Thoughts

My heart goes out to all the families who lost children, parents, and family members in the CT tragedy.  It seems as if there have been way too many of these this year.  It always seems like the people who commit these crimes were either mentally ill, or otherwise normal people who had their mind corrupted in some way, either by some kind of drug(s), or through some kind of mind control.  Those in the shadows who pull the strings have no empathy, and have no emotional consequences for their actions.  It’s all about manipulating the population through fear.  It’s just so sad that children are often casualties in this mind manipulation.  9/11 took so many freedoms away, and now all these mass shootings threaten to take more away, and the people will acquiesce to it, simply due to fear of the unknown.  But nothing can give those children’s lives back, and that’s the saddest part of it all.  I’m not saying this guy was mind controlled, but most mass shooters were in one way or another.  Here’s a story of one such instance of mind control that led to a man committing countless assassinations:

If this is possible, why not this mass shooter?  It just seems odd he’d kill people at an elementary school years after he had gone there, and just do it in such a robotic fashion, with no emotion whatsoever.  And, of course, he took his own life, so we’ll never have any answers…  That kind of reminds me of when those Navy Seals killed “Osama Bin Laden,” then burned his body at sea, under “Muslim tradition.”  What a load of crap.

The whole goal of these mass shootings is to put us in such a state of fear that we simply willingly give up our freedoms in the name of security.  If people knew that death was only an illusion, and that we become pure consciousness at death, then it would be impossible to scare us in any way possible.  If everyone knew that we are fundamentally safe no matter what, and that even death is not the end, but a new beginning, there would be no fear of it.  We’re all going to die eventually, and it could happen any time, any way, and if people don’t make peace with that fact, then the world will be ruled by fear and the control system.

Another sad day in America, but don’t let fear get the best of you.  Don’t act reactively, but proactively.

New Laptop and Consumerism

Just a couple of days ago, I received my new laptop in the mail.  It has Windows 8, a very nice and bright clear screen, and should last me at least until 2016, God willing.  It was a steal at just over $400, and is working much faster and better than my old laptop.  The reason I bought a new one was because my old laptop was having performance issues, especially related to videos and the hardware heating up to ridiculous levels.  It’s about the same thing that happened to my other laptop about 3.5 years ago.  It seems that laptops have a finite lifespan, especially how they are made today.  In this consumerist, throw-away society, instead of fixing anything, it is often cheaper and less of a hassle to buy new.

But we can only take so much from the Earth before the Earth starts screaming at us to stop. We are the Takers of the world, destroying natural ecosystems all in the name of progress.  It’s a shame, but most of the world, especially the first world, thinks like this.  We extract resources from third world countries by lending them money that they could never pay back, then using their land and their people as collateral.  So, now Africa is becoming a desolate wasteland with millions starving simply because the food growing there is headed to a first world country.

Sure, I could beat myself up about buying things I don’t necessarily need, but I do that so little that it is almost a non-issue for me.  This laptop is the first major purchase I’ve made in almost 4 years, so it’s not like I’m accumulating a ridiculous amount of knick-knacks that nobody should ever buy because they are most likely made by either Chinese or Taiwanese children.  Children who are never given a chance to succeed or follow their passions because they spend 16 hour days working in a toy or knick-knack factories.  China makes so many of our useless goods, our excess stuff that we don’t even really appreciate anyway.  So why do we own all this junk?

For the most part, the impulse to buy is an emotional one.  Many people rampantly consume to fill a void in their life and to get their emotional needs partially met.  It also makes them feel secure.  And the market simply pumps more products out than anyone could ever want, but they just keep on plugging because they know that everyone seems to want the newest thing.  I’ve seen this happen with the iPhone and iPad’s.  First, the iPhone came out, and everyone had to get one, then the iPhone 2 came out, and everyone had to get one.  Now I believe it’s up to 5.  First the iPad, now the iPad 2.  It’s the corporate mindset that they have to extract as much value from our natural resources in order to satisfy emotionally damaged people who don’t feel complete without a collection of unnecessary gadgets.

Most of these things are made in China, who pretty much owns the United States from a debt standpoint.  They have made so much crap for us, because they will work for less money than us.  It truly is a sad state of affairs because so many people in this country are looking for jobs, can’t find a job, or have simply given up looking for a job.  We import far more than we export, and that’s never a good sign for any country, never mind the United States of America.

Most Americans have no idea what is going on, and how this kind of consumption can only go on for so long before we totally run out of resources on this planet.  Pretty soon, we’ll have to start going to Mars just to get resources to build more fucking iPhone’s!  We might even build a few factories over there, so that when the spaceship arrives to Earth, there will already be fully-assembled iPad’s and iPad 2′s.  And don’t think we’ll stop there.  Once we get the technology, we will extract resources from whole solar systems just to keep satisfying customer demands for a cell phone that can make pancakes for you.  And all the landfills will be full of perfectly usable products, but things that would be considered “obsolete” by 99.9% of the world’s population.

Also, nothing is built to last anymore.  Except maybe Duralast. ;)  Most of anything we buy breaks down within a few years, needing replacement.  This cycle has to end sometime.  Otherwise, we might even have disposable houses that only last 5 years, and then need to be replaced with a new one from scratch.  And the resources dwindle while the landfills comprise half of the country at that point.  It truly has to stop soon, or we will have nothing left.

We can only take so much from the Earth before the Earth has nothing left to give.  It is the honest truth.  And even though people continue to consume with reckless abandon, they know in their bones that a crash is coming.  Either that or the Age of Enlightenment, which would be a much better situation.  This is where we realize collectively what is going on, and we choose to be stewards of the Earth instead of exploiters and extractors.  We live as one with nature and our home planet.  We will realize just how meaningless the rat race is, and how pointless more than half of our possessions are.  It was all done to fill a void, this rampant buying, and now look what it’s turned into.  It could very well destroy the world and humanity as a whole, but let’s just hope it doesn’t get that far.  There’s not much time left to stop this unbelievable consumerism, but if we reach another level of consciousness as a whole before a total crash of civilization, there may still be hope for us.  Let us pray that is happens.

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