#22 - MED - Historical shock in the Mandela effect
Hello again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the Internet. It's April 5th, 2017, and I'm here with the question, is there historical shock in the Mandela Effect?
Now, you're well aware up until now, if you followed these episodes of the investigation, the Gnostic investigation, that I frequently use the term shock. The verb shock is a primary component in decoding the message contained in the name of the Mandela effect, as I've demonstrated.
So I do tend to use the word shock a lot and that may be in part because I myself am what you might consider to be a devotee of Kali, who may be defined as the shock goddess. So, shock is in my game, shock is part of my presentation. Shock is something that plays a particular role in what I have called planetary tantra. And you might wonder just exactly why this is such an important concept, such an important theme. Good enough question, natural question. So how about I approach it in this way?
Let's consider four different kinds of shock that arise in human experience. First shock, obviously, the first variety, obviously, is a shock that happens when something violent or disturbing or painful presents itself in your reality. For instance, if you're driving down the road and somebody slams against the side of your car because they went through a stop sign, well, you're going to be in shock about that. You hear that your cat is dying of feline renal syndrome and she can't be saved. You're in shock about that. You come home one afternoon and you find your grandmother hanging by a rope from the apple tree in the front yard. That's shock. So shock is a common event and generally considered to be a negative event in the ordinary run of human experiences, right?
Let’s put the personal aspect of shock aside and let's consider two other categories of what might be called a collective shock. I'm sure that all of you have heard the term trauma-based mind control? And some of you may have investigated in depth what is trauma-based mind control. One of the outstanding examples of it would be the 9-11 attacks on the twin towers in New York City, even though it's often not made clear that it was not two or even three buildings that were destroyed that day but seven buildings. In any case, the signature incident that shocked the world was the apparently live footage of airplanes striking the twin towers in the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan, right? And those who have investigated this event in the ensuing 16 or so years, many of those have come to the conclusion that this event was a psyop. I certainly hold that view.
So in addition to the physical damage that was done to the buildings there at the time, there was tremendous psychological damage being done. 9-11 was an act of psychological warfare perpetrated upon the entire world. The attacks, whatever they may actually have been in reality, were perpetrated physically upon that area of lower Manhattan and upon the Pentagon building but the PSYOP operating through 9-11 was perpetrated upon the entire world and it was an act of trauma-based mind control.
Now what is the principle of trauma based mind control? It's quite simple. You take the subject of the experiment, the subject of the ordeal, and you subject them to a trauma, in the case of 9-11 airplane smashing into skyscrapers, that's a pretty damn good trauma, and then when they're in that traumatic state you imprint them with a narrative you imprint them with instructions, commands, suggestions which come to be embedded in the neuro-logical circuits of the traumatized animal in a particular way that cannot be achieved if you do not use trauma as part of the delivery system of the narrative that you want to implant.
Okay, so that's my quick synopsis of trauma-based mind control. And I would guess that's a fairly accurate sketch. Most of you probably would be willing to go along with that, and it certainly fits the case, and one can think of many, many cases. In fact, it wouldn't be far-fetched to say that the population of the planet Earth today live in a constant state of trauma-based mind control. And the name for that operation, for that massive global operation, which is a PSYOP, is the war on terror. So the fear of a terrorist attack and the actual fact of terrorist attacks, such as the one that happened yesterday in the subway in St. Petersburg in Russia, represents the continuation of traumatic events and in parallel with those events a narrative is fed to the public at large, to the mass media, and that narrative becomes a powerful tool of psychological control.
So, it takes no genius to conclude that control of the population is the purpose or aim of trauma based psyops and trauma-based mind-altering events. Tak. Okay, clear enough.
Now I submit to you something that you might find to be rather novel and rather original. Have you ever considered that the way to overcome trauma based mind control would be through a counter trauma. Now suppose that I substitute the word shock for trauma. Well, they're fairly interchangeable terms you see. So shock-based mind control is an alternative phrase. It certainly fits all the events that are described by trauma-based mind control. Shock is the force that induces trauma. Shock is trauma in and of itself. So if you allow that the population of the world today is being controlled or subject to a program of control and a method of control using shock to condition behavior and to program emotions and even to embed thoughts in the mind of the subject under shock.
Well, if you consider all that to be pretty fair description of the horrific state of events on this planet and what's gone wrong with the divine experiment if I may remind you of that language then, how about this? Could there be some kind of counter-shock that would overcome the nefarious effects of that entire program of mind control? What would the counter-shock be? Could there be a positive form of shock? A form of shock that produces releasement, that frees the human individual rather than enslaves him or her. Could there be a kind of shock available on this planet that releases and regenerates whole societies of people, one person at a time, that releases and regenerates the human species, a kind of shock that produces delight instead of terror and paranoia. Could there be a kind of shock that induces bliss and rapture?
Well, I can attest to you that there most certainly is such a kind of shock and there is a field of shock that can do all that. Now, if it's given that the world is operating under an evil entrancement, an evil spell, which is induced and sustained by negative trauma, then I invite you to open your minds to the possibility that there is another shock coming in that can overcome all that, cure all the ills that it produces, and in fact lead to an entirely transformed state of consciousness for those, I qualify, for those who are ready, willing and able to receive the other shock, the counter shock.
That is the shock of the direct naked power of the Aeon Sophia, the indwelling divinity of this planet, coming through directly breaking through into the human psyche. That is an event of positive shock. Remember that I said that Gnosis is cognitive ecstasy. Gnostics know things that cannot be known in an ordinary state of awareness, but only in a state of bliss or ecstasy. That is not a theoretical statement, that is not a metaphysical claim, that is not some kind of bullshit that comes out of New Age make-believe. But that assertion is a tried and tested proposition of those who practice shamanism.
Down through the ages the shaman was known for going into an ecstatic state. You yourself go into an ecstatic state when you stand before the naked presence of the power of the Wisdom Goddess of this planet, when you stand in her presence. I’m not just talking about the presence of nature as you normally experience it. No. Although she is there in the presence of nature, but she is there at the level of shock, the shock of bliss and releasement, the shock of enlightenment, the shock of samadhi, of cosmic consciousness, the power and presence of the earth, comes to you in that kind of shock, and I can assure you happily, I'm pleased to tell you that it don't come in any other way.
So if you don't feel the shock of her presence, you’re not feeling her presence, in its true magnitude. One way I have described this shock in the writings on Meta-history called Coco de Mer is the shock of the beautiful. It is beautiful, the beautiful at the level of the supernatural power now breaking into the human psyche and even into the collective normal mind, into the mundane and trivial mind of pop culture and cereal names and movie star names and dialogue in films.
The power that is now breaking into that realm and getting your attention in that realm so that it can bring a message to you is a power of immense beauty. The supernatural is immensely and profoundly beautiful and there is nothing ugly in it. But the ugliness is all around us in the social order and in the behavior of human animals, which is recorded in history.
So I'm going to move on now to the question of what I mean by historical shock. That's the fourth kind I'm considering in this talk, and I'm asking the question, is there historical shock in the Mandela effect? Now let me assure you that I am fully aware that interest in history is very low at this time of human history. And that many, many people, especially my fellow Americans, are painfully ignorant of even the fundamental acts or the fundamental events of history. Excuse me. Now I'm not talking about ancient history and Alexander the Great and you know or even the Middle Ages.
I'm talking about the history since the time of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Now there's an example of historical shock. Now if you were alive at that time as I was, then you were, you found yourself at that moment in November 1963 in the throes of historical shock and you could walk out into public as I did, walking out and wandering around the campus of the University of Maine in Orono, which I was attending at the time, and walking past people standing in front of the buildings, gathered in the lobby of the library, in the classrooms, in the halls of their dormitory, in shock, in historical shock, due to having been informed of that event that occurred at that moment. So that's immediate historical shock.
The other kind of historical shock which may occur or may not occur depending upon the sensibility of the individual and whether or not he or she is willing to inform themselves of the facts. Remember that one of the blatant and generic symptoms of Toxoplasmosis is lack of interest in the facts. Nine out of ten people in the world today will not allow their opinion to be altered by facts. Did you know that? That is a statistic.
And it's remarkable that in my little PSYQ exam that I gave, the responses that were turned in describing the narrative of the life of Nelson Mandela were 9 out of 10 not based on the facts. Only 1 out of every 10 response that was submitted was based on the actual facts of Nelson Mandela's life and the people around him, the agenda that he pursued and who was behind that agenda. Because he was an instrument of an agenda created and run by other people. Only one out of every 10 responses to the PSYQ exam turned up a narrative that is based on the facts and so that little statistical sampling that I proposed at the beginning of this investigation is quite revealing and it confirms the statement that I've heard somewhere although I haven't tracked down the source of this, someone said it was a study done by Jean Piaget, who was a French psychologist at the beginning of the 20th century. I don't know. But the conclusion of the study was that in the world today, 9 out of 10 people are not influenced to change their opinion in any way by the facts. They do not care about the facts, and that is a symptom of Toxoplasmosis, a proven and known symptom.
Now continuing in this vein, I might propose a little test right now, a test of your response to remote historical shock. I’m not going to describe an event happening right now, at least not right now, but soon enough I will, but at this moment in this talk, just sit back and listen while I describe to you two incidents totally and irrefutably based on fact. Two historical incidents based on fact. And you tell me if you are affected or shocked by the account of these incidents. Interestingly, they both occurred in the spring of 1945 when Little Johnny was conceived. They both occurred in the year that I was born.
First event was the bombing of Dresden in Germany in February of 1945. And over three days the Allied and American forces unloaded massive amounts of bombs which they hadn't managed to use in the war on the city of Dresden which was a non-military locale. In fact, it was a city of refugees and there is an estimate, one estimate puts well over a million people were in Dresden at that time, doubling the normal population, because they were refugees from other areas of Germany which were likely being bombed to smithereens, which were also being bombed to smithereens likewise.
Well the fact is that in two days in this totally non-military target at the time when the war was ending, the German forces were being defeated, due to no military value whatsoever, the British and American allies burned alive about 1.2 million people over three days in the city of Dresden. Now, are you shocked by that fact? Does it shock you? You know, the true meaning of the word Holocaust means to burn alive. Holo meaning whole or alive, and caust, caustic meaning to burn.
So there was a holocaust in Dresden in February of 1945. But who cares? You know, who cares about that? I'm not shocked by that. I'm not affected by that. Ok? Means nothing to me. Let me try again. A little later in 1945, in March, a month later, after the surrender of Germany and the suicide of Adolf Hitler, General Dwight D. Eisenhower took control of the post-war situation in Europe. And one of the pressing matters of of that situation was the German prisoners of war. They were the German soldiers and some commanding officers who had surrendered and they were in the hands of the Allied forces.
So, General Dwight D. Eisenhower in his wisdom and in his great benevolence and compassion for the defeated enemy, herded these soldiers, and again there are over a million of them, interestingly, about 1.2, the tallest or highest figure that is cited for Dresden, herded them all together out in the open without sanitary facilities, without proper way to feed them or to care for them medically, in a place called the Rhine Meadows and these are called the Rhine Meadows camps and as a consequence of Eisenhower's policy, they all died. Now, are you shocked by that? That’s a fact. You can go and research that.
You can see the footage of the Rhine Meadow camps. You can read the documents or listen to people who have gone to the source materials. It's all facts, but does it shock you? I'm not shocked by that. Why should I be shocked? That was a long time ago. I wasn't even alive then. What difference does it make now? So you see the point I'm getting to. The case for historical shock is convincing, maybe, if the historical event is happening right now. But it's a little difficult to raise historical shock, the emotion of historical shock in people today, for events that happened 50, 150, or even 5 years ago. That may well be due to the fact that the trauma-based mind control method, which is being conducted upon the entire world population, causes desensitization, doesn't it?
I mean, how many terrorist attacks are going to bother you before they become routine, real or staged terrorist attacks? So you can see the desensitization going along with Toxo, which makes people impervious to facts, is practically destroying the human capacity to respond emotionally to terrible things that have happened. Okay, now I come to my point. And in order to make my point, I'm going to cite two more facts for you.
The narrative of the life of Nelson Mandela concerns South Africa, doesn't it? Now, are you interested in South Africa, the history of South Africa, you know history history who's interested in history anymore. But just for kicks. Let me give you two historical dates. First is April 6 1652 That was the day that the Dutch settlers landed in South Africa and began to settle and colonize the land. The white Dutch settlers from Europe. That was 365 years ago and the anniversary of that day is now upon us.
Second date. 27th of April, 1994. Well, that was the day that Nelson Mandela was elected as president of the new Democratic Republic, or whatever you want to call it, you know, the Democratic State of South Africa. And as leader of the ANC, or the African National Congress Party, he became the first black president of his own country in the period of ending of apartheid. Well you might consider April to be, you know, South Africa history month because the two most decisive events in the history of that country occurred in April, and it's 23 years since the election of Nelson Mandela, who died, by some accounts, in 2013.
Now, once again, I'm overrunning my time a little here, so I'm going to complete this talk in a second talk, a follow-up talk, called “The Mandela Narrative, why does it matter?” And in that talk I will draw conclusions from the ideas I presented in this talk number 22. As a takeaway of this talk I'd like to highlight again in your minds the simple assertion that I'm making. To my knowledge no one else is making this assertion and you may not like this assertion. I'm sure there are some people who do not like this assertion at all.
The assertion is that the historical narrative associated with Nelson Mandela is part of the Mandela Effect. Now I know there are people who would like to consider the Mandela effect as some wonderful mysterious thing that they can never figure out, but they love talking about it endlessly. The Mandela Effect is a perfect occasion for an exercise in mystification, self-mystification. There are hangouts and discussion groups now, right now on YouTube, that go on for three and four hours of people talking about the Mandela effect and coming away with it coming out of it was absolute having said absolutely nothing at all coherent and having made no sense whatsoever. I am here to reach you and to make sense. I am here to make the best use of your attention, and I am telling you that the Mandela Effect does indeed include the narrative of Mandela's life as a key inceptive component in the signal coming your way.
So if you don't want to be involved in a discussion in which the Mandela effect is treated as having a political and historical aspect, then you don’t want to be listening to me anymore, because in some of my talks that is exactly what I am going to do. So consider that, and if you're not interested, or if you reject the notion that the Mandela effect could have a political and historical dimension, you might stop and think for a while about why you reject that and why you find that objectionable.
So ponder on that. And in the meantime, until the next time, may your attention be rewarded by the truth.