Jon Rappoport – Exit From The Matrix: Why Is Imagination Rejected? – 26 October 2014

Lucas 2012 Infos

jon7Instead of being viewed as a core human power, imagination is usually relegated to the status of “a toy for children.”

Upon attaining the status of “mature adult,” a person is expected to offload remnants of imagination and get down to the serious business of living.

This means fitting in, finding a niche, specializing, and “making himself useful.”

These factors eventually add up to existing in a hypnotic state.

If there is rescue, it is framed in terms of some external force that delivers a longed-for prize.

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