by Jon Rappoport
September 23, 2017
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“In the long run, most Western and Eastern traditional metaphysics turn out to be a distraction away from The Individual.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)
The night is long, and the search is weird. Clues appear, and yet they unendingly point to other clues…and what is the real shape of the expedition? Is it a trap? Do the markers on the road produce nothing more than a closed circle?
The Outsider is an individual who looks at the complexity of events in today’s world, as he decides WHAT TO DO.
These events can seem to form a labyrinth. They’re connected in ways that bind them to each other. One path leads to another, and eventually, the individual finds himself back where he started—but not before going on a long strange trip in the maze.
During that trip, he loses contact with his own deep desires, because is fascinated and exhausted by the details of the labyrinth.
An apt analogy would be a treasure map. It promises victory and triumph, but as the seeker follows the thread, he enters a realm of cognitive dissonance, a dance in which he seems to be coming closer and yet moving further from the ultimate prize.
Authors and researchers have offered their interpretations of the nature of the trip: there are false trails; the mystery of life will always remain a mystery; the “invisible rulers” know how to…Read More