Exit From The Matrix: the stage-play of Self and the global mystery
by Jon Rappoport
December 30, 2017
Consider that everything happening on planet Earth is an enormous stage play.
The mystery is: what is the theme? What is the payoff? What is the climax?
And even more deeply, what is the role of Self, the individual, in this play?
The key phrase is “in this play.” Because most people are, indeed, inside the play. They have roles. They may not be aware of the parts they’re playing, but that doesn’t change the situation or the dilemma.
How unusual would it be if, in a theater, in a city, citizens were led on to a stage to audition for parts—and the director said, “Well, we want you in this production, but we can’t show you the script. We can’t tell you your role. You’ll just have to feel your way along. Trust us, we know what we’re doing. And by the way, you’ll be playing your part for the rest of your life…”
Self doesn’t want this arrangement. Self wants something else, a way to see what the play is, a way to climb out of it.
Where to start? How to begin? What is the exit strategy?
That strategy depends on imagination. It can’t go anywhere without it.
The long-running Earth stage-play has severe limits. It tries to impose its energy-depleting plot-lines on Self.
But with imagination, a person can conceive of a new play, and create it, and centrally…Read More