Sunday, November 13, 2011


From Jon Rappoport's Blog:
You say, “This feels like the key to the universe.” Or, “This is the way the human race will survive, by believing in this one.” Or, “Let’s get everyone to accept this one.”

But behind it all is imagination, which can generate, among other things, an infinity of myths.

I explore these issues in great depth in my book, The Secret Behind Secret Societies.

Once you recognize the existence and power of imagination, YOUR imagination, then in some very real sense, you are on the cusp of becoming an artist. What you need to do then is USE your imagination.

You want an exercise? Here it is. Spend the next year inventing myths. Write them down. At the end of the year, you’ll have a whole different perspective about myths. You’ll know in your bones the difference between living inside a myth and creating one.

And you’ll have a power that was always yours to begin with.

I write this piece because myths are deployed as ruling entities. They shape what people believe and what they do. They are used to coalesce societies and civilizations and run them—and we have reached the moment in history where this is no longer necessary. Where we can all become artists. AKA magicians...

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