Man goes through the reality portal

Man goes through the reality portal

by Jon Rappoport

July 12, 2017

Wilson was not the first they sent, but he got through. It was dark and murky, as he’d been told. It was somewhat grimy in the quality of the atmosphere. It gave the feeling of a tunnel, but he doubted he was bounded. It was a somewhere he had dreamed about when he was a child.

Then he was in a large room with a very high ceiling, and the lights were rather bright. He thought it was a lab. There were several men standing around. They looked educated.

“I’m Warren,” one of the men said, stepping forward. Wilson shook his hand. “I want to show you this,” Warren said, pointing to a large object in a corner that resembled, perhaps, a machine that had been burned in a fire. Its uneven exterior was blackened.

“Now, listen,” Warren said. “What you’re seeing is a representation. It’s a thing in itself, but it’s also symbolic. I can’t explain how. It would take too long. But it’s not an implant, it’s an interface of sorts. It has an attraction for minds. And more important, minds are drawn to it. It’s a problem-making device. That’s all it does. It makes problems of all kinds. Endlessly. You put this thing in your mind and it changes your attitude, shall we say. From that moment on, you work off of a template of one problem after another. It’s a problem mechanism. It has a simulacrum of life in it, but that’s an illusion. We believe that. It almost seems to be a guide. It’s guiding you into a realm of inner space, or it changes your own inner space. It really and actually is an ARCHETYPE. That’s what it is. Get that clear. It’s an archetype of a way of functioning. Archetypes are independent, you could say, but they’re also looking for minds to nourish them. And minds want to be ADDED TO. That’s the best way I can explain this. It’s not absolutely correct, but it’s close enough. This thing is an archetype of great dimensions, giant dimensions—to be more precise, it gives the appearance of being colossal. That’s what people want, something colossal. Do you see? We want to grab hold of something of size. This has a certain majesty about it. Now if this archetype is present in a billion minds, that’s going to change the whole nature of civilization. I hope you can see that. I hope you can understand that. Because that’s what we’re dealing with. Conversely, if those billion people found a way to offload this archetype, everything would change. I hope you can see that, too. This is what we’re doing here. We’re trying to figure out a way to offload this archetype. Imagine it. A human without that archetype. A human liberated from it. Are you following me? You’re not just some human drone and idiot, are you? All right, so the archetype is finite. It has boundaries. It doesn’t go on forever, but it sort of pretends it does. It pretends it’s endless. You have to imagine it as finite. You have to see it as separate from yourself. IF YOU CAN, you begin to glimpse what it would be like if you didn’t have this archetype. You can begin to see how things would be different. Very, very different. If I’m a problem to you right now, then you’re looking for a solution, an answer. And vice versa. Do you understand? Whatever is a problem to you—and most everything is—you’re looking for a solution. What else would you be looking for? But suppose you and I are not problematic IN ANY WAY to each other. Then the situation would be quite different. There would be no situation. We can’t predict what would happen then, but it would be NEW. We would be different. Everything we did or said would be new. The archetype would disintegrate for us. It would go away. You’ve come to a place where we are researching THE GREAT UNLOADING. And the first thing we need to unload is this archetype. Are you with me? Do you want to stay and help us?”

Then Wilson was back where he started, in a bunker under Ft. Quint, with his military handlers. He held up his hand. “Before you ask me any questions,” he said, “I want you to know I scored a big fat blank. I did make it to a place. It was a small forest. I was there alone. I walked for a little while and didn’t see anyone. What was I supposed to see? Do you know? It was pretty boring.”

A colonel stepped forward and said, “That’s all right, son. We’ll prep you and send you again in a few weeks. Every little bit helps. The thing is, we’ve got ourselves a very large problem and we’re using our best people to help us with it. You’re one of the best. So don’t feel bad.”

“What’s the problem?” Wilson said. “You haven’t briefed me on it.”

The colonel nodded. “That’s the thing. We don’t know what it is. We’re trying to find out.”

“How do you know you have a problem if you don’t know what it is?” Wilson said.

The colonel frowned. “That’s another problem we’re working on.”


Exit From the Matrix

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.)


Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free NoMoreFakeNews emails here or his free OutsideTheRealityMachine emails here.

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3 comments on “Man goes through the reality portal

  1. Peter Thompson says:

    Jon this the first one of your articles i don’t understand I hope there is a part 2 or maybe I’m just there yet

  2. Sunshine says:

    Why didn’t Wilson stay to help with the great unloading, and why did he lie about what he’d learned when he got back? Did he forget?

  3. Greg C. says:

    “Whatever is a problem to you—and most everything is—you’re looking for a solution. What else would you be looking for? But suppose you and I are not problematic IN ANY WAY to each other. Then the situation would be quite different.”

    Mindblowing stuff. Everything is set up to be a solution to a problem, so that we live in problem-land. Let’s emigrate.

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