The last thing that mankind will come to understand about their existence is the obvious, because the truth was openly accessible to them all along.
Human beings don't know what they are. Isn't why we have to study ourselves and learn from our experiences?
In private you train your weaknesses, and in public you race your strengths.
Cinema is the most beautiful fraud in the world,
If half the world just helped one person, wouldn't that would take care of the other half?
Academics are just undercover thought-police. Their job is to tell you what's okay to believe.
The reason we prefer to think so well of others is that we're afraid of what being critical of them implies about ourselves. The basis of much optimism is self-preservation.
Fortunately, education produces no effect whatsoever. If it did, it would prove a serious danger to the upper classes, and probably lead to acts of mass violence by the public.
If life is a "journey" the way people like to say it is, then you're not the driver. Sorry.
Most people are not capable of being objective, nor will they ever be, just like a fish can’t climb a tree. Why is that? Because if objectivity was within their grasp, then they’d be able to figure out the truth, and the cosmic censorship would be over.
We haven't been given any options from the lies. The 5 major religions, New Age spiritualism or atheism are most people's only options.
When someone makes an empty statement like, “Make America Great Again”, and can get half a country behind him to get elected, without even specifying what “great” means, or “great at what?”, then you should be afraid for your welfare in a society like that.
Men are most likely to believe what they least understand,
If you can invigorate an entire nation to band behind Trump on the basis of a catchphrase like “Make America Great Again”, imagine what would have happened if he’d said something else, like “Kill all the Europeans”?
Knowledge is power in the hands of the doer, not the knower, but you also have to know when to do what.
Saying that the universe came from an explosion in space is like saying that Webster's dictionary came from an explosion in a printing factory.
Where have all the masters gone?
Greekspeak is poison to most people because it doesn’t accommodate the prevailing mindset in society.
One of the red flags that a society is in trouble is when people start to demand answers to questions that have already been answered. Good vs evil? What is "love"? Those things were answered thousands of years ago. So why is there no clarity on them now? Uh oh...
If you can't even define what "stupidity" is, how can you claim to know what "knowledge" or "wisdom" is?
If the news is fake, imagine how bad history must be.
We eat well, drink well, live well, but when we got to sleep, we do not have good dreams. Why is that?
The Internet is full of dirty laundry, and the alternative media radio hosts who get on there to talk are like people who put on their cleanest dirty shirt to go to work.
Having the proper mindset is partially about being able to qualitatively perceive and discern between the seen and the unseen.
The higher the quality of your food, the higher the quality of your life
Fundamentally: there are 2 opposing forces in the universe: One is implosive, which is contractive, cooling and condensing. The other is explosive which is expansive, heating and decomposing.
This is the inevitable fate of the sentimentalist. All his opinions change into their opposites at the first brush of reality.
People say they want to know the truth, but when you tell it to them and they don’t like it, they decide that it’s no good.
They promised you that your dreams could come true - but forgot to mention that nightmares are dreams, too.
He who makes himself a worm cannot complain afterwards if people step on him.
Maybe if you haven't pondered something enough, you won't be able to speak on it adequately.
Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to read them. The purchase of books is mistaken for the appropriation of their contents.
Folly is truly its own burden.
Human beings are contradictions. How can a contradiction understand itself?
There’s a new story every week that dominates public attention, so you only get a narrow view of things. It’s like looking at the ground while walking, instead of looking up. How do you expect to see anything?
Ants know more about their society than humans do.
When you tell people that things are bad in the world, they just think of what they already know and imagine it in a worse condition. That’s not it. Things are worse than what you could imagine because of things you know nothing about.
After the age of 12, most people have become automatons. That's why we have an entire subculture called "kids culture" that's meant to prolong that infantile mindset for as long as possible.
Go online and gather all the most vile, outlandish and incriminating conspiracy theories you can find. Reality is worse than that. It’s like the difference between the public Internet and the Dark Web.
Think before you think.
The higher the criminality or deviance being addressed, the harsher the language that has to deployed against it.
If you don’t think pop culture is structured by PR companies, advertising agencies and marketing firms, then you need to start doing better research.
If you're not efficient with your resources and what you've been given, you'll end up losing what you have.
Pop culture and real history don’t mix. If you’re into one, you’ll be averse to the other.
The heart pumps blood? Really? So what pumps the heart?
If you don't know the future, you better get to know someone who does.
The truth is not a matter of "faith", yet most people treat their convictions, doctrines and holy texts as articles of faith. If you “believe” in it, then it’s real, and if you don’t believe, then it’s not. None of it has to be substantiated.
Saying that you can tell the future by looking at what’s online is like saying you know all about cows by analyzing the grass they eat. Actually, the latter is more informative.
If you understand that there’s a playbook for how the future unfolds, then that’s what you need to use to measure how things change. So what's the playbook?
There’s a very fine line between understanding something, and thinking you understand something.
If you knew the truth, you wouldn’t be here.
People still think the truth is a religious, academic or philosophical matter. They either “like it” or they “don’t like it”. Honestly, it’s just better that they don’t understand any of it.
Any foolish boy can stamp on a beetle, but all the professors in the world cannot make a beetle.
Where should you go to get the truth? Nowhere. It's been right in front of you the whole time. You just refused to acknowledge it.
If you can't make the truth practical in your life, then it's not going to be of much use to you, outside of running thought experiments in your mind for fun.
The things people say are problematic are actually not. It’s the things they don’t even know exist that are the real problems; the things they can’t or won’t acknowledge.
Anyone who claims to know the answers to the big issues in life is laughed at, whilst the man who claims that he doesn't know the answer is considered great.
People are not sufficiently pressured to discover the truth. It makes them uncomfortable because opinions, theories and ideologies are being traded as a very popular social currency right now.
Tell the truth and then catch fire. That is the philosopher's true task.
We're living in an Emperor-Has-No-Clothes world, where all the elites and educated people are unable to uncover what's obviously going on right in front of them; a child has to do it. Too bad we send all the children to school where they end up like the adults...but maybe if we ask a toddler?
The biggest industry in the world is insurance, which refers to underwriting liability. So what does it mean for society that most of the world's commodity exchange is taking place based on people anticipating that things will go wrong, and not right?
Is there something wrong with you as a person, or with the structure of society? Both.
Certain things can't be learned by hearing them only once.
You should depart from fools because there's no rationale to deal with them. What could you possibly say to them without compromising the integrity of your communication? Nothing.
Is it not high time we finally address the issue of human stupidity? From whence has this widespread trait come and what does it want with us? And why do we know so little about it?
You cannot be objective without having command over your emotions. Can you maneuver on an icy road without the required driving skills and focus? Of course not.
People don’t even know what to inquire about.
There are 3 perceptions to be mindful of: the way you see yourself, the way you think others see you, and the way they really see you.
The masses have to be won by propaganda.
The first thing to know about stupidity is that we don't know much about it. Why has there never been any serious academic investigation of this subject that affects all of mankind?
"Organic food" doesn't speak well of society at large, because it means people have allowed their regular food to become so toxified that certain corporations have to come along and offer market-solutions through organic food.
Is there a conspiracy? Yes. Is it obvious? Of course. Does it matter? No. Why? Because of cosmic censorship.
The way we do things in society is garbage, so you won’t arrive at any understanding without a higher vantage point.
Any subject can be broached, but what is the quality of the conversation concerning it? That’s the real question.
You're not going to find any fossils of giraffes. Isn't that strange? Do you really think those animals are that old? Why aren't these things talked about?
Is that really something you want to lean on? Opinion and ideology? I'm not saying it should be ignored, but if you lean on it, it's going to break.
If the truth shall kill them, are we wrong to let them die?
It's best that people don't know how the world works, because if people really knew, they'd be like, "Why am I wasting my time on this bullshit profession or pastime when I could be doing something that really matters??". Exactly. Just stay in your own delusion man.
It’s good to look into things and be inquisitive, but only with the proper mindset if you actually want to get anywhere.
What the world has collectively and unspokenly acquiesced to is that the only purpose of being here is to be here.
Repeating what the authorities say isn’t the same as speaking with authority. It’s just parroting.
If the world wasn't so full of dead people, maybe those of us that are trying to live wouldn't have to suffer so bad.
I know it's not popular, but what’s wrong with striving for some precision and accuracy in your perception and communication of things?
The contrast to what people think is going on and what’s really going on is so huge that you can’t talk about it publicly.
If you cannot think well, others will do your thinking for you.
People love false hope.
Just because you can't do something right now, doesn't mean you can't think about it or contemplate about it for later.
Even if all possible "scientific" questions be answered, the problems of life have still not been touched at all.
If someone received instruction on a subject, but walked away feeling confused, it’s the instructors fault.
Some people love to talk about nothing. It's the only thing they know anything about.
The only serious enterprise is understanding the world around you, your place in it, and how to optimize your choices within that place.
"Truth" to the masses is like food for a pig - it's just another thing to eat. If you offered the pig a 5-star meal instead of his regular slop, he couldn't tell the difference. Both of them are equally "true" to him. So why bother preparing the fancy meal when slop will do?
If you meet someone at the bus stop and bring the truth up, they’ll smile and walk away because it makes no sense to them. But if you bring the same truth up to your family who raised you and live with you, they’ll decide to make your life hell. Interesting, isn’t it?
Most people are so censored that everything they engage in has to be emotionally-based. It's all about how it makes them feel, not what's happening objectively.
The success lies not in selling the washing machine, but the soap.
Because of your hard-coded sensibilities, tastes, likes and dislikes, there’s always going to be stuff you’re censored to, even if it was right in front of you. So you should learn how to examine that.
Some people can't taste their food very well, and they don't want to either. They're already attached to their established palate and can't move away from it. All food is either "good" or "bad" to them because they haven't developed a sense of nuance in their taste.
The ignorant vs the super-ignorant. Who will win?
Do you really want to sift through the faeces that is humanity, looking for a dime? If I knew I’d find a diamond, then maybe yeah, but for a dime…
They say life is like a game of chess...but most people don't know how to play chess.
In any field of study, you have masters like Nikola Tesla or Isaac Newton. Students tend to read a lot about those people, but very few venture beyond that to study what those masters studied. There’s a big difference there.
Greekspeek isn't about making stuff up or building an audience. If that was the case, I'd be saying, "Listen to me", instead of "Listen to the information".
People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.
In order to become wealthy, you have to manage the machinations of the world they way they demand.
In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded. Yeah right.
In a world that has been turned on its head, the truth actually becomes a moment of falsehood.
If you tell a fish to climb a tree, it’ll go insane, right? It’d make more sense to tell a cat to do that. In other words, some people are limited by their very nature to being incapable of certain things.
Mankind is made of two kinds of people: wise people who know they're fools, and fools who think they are wise.
Mankind has allowed themselves to be deceived about the most objective things.
This is going to be remembered as the society that had access to everything, yet they threw it all away. Even if you had a few people here and there that did choose to access what was important, would that change the overall evaluation of a wasteful society? Nope
People can’t see anything clearly for all the cultural and ideological perceptions that have invaded their minds. Can you transcend that?
Engineers can’t even define what "sound" is. They say it’s a “wave”. A “wave” is what something does, not what it is. If I’m waving at you, that’s an action I'm performing. A wave is a motion, not an object. You can't just say sound is a "wave". A wave of what?
Of course Hollywood can’t make good movies anymore. Just look at the 21st century. It’s because of the audience that they’re accommodating; that’s why the movies are crap.
It is best not to go on great quests for the truth; it will only make you miserable.
If you want to create an uprising in the West, just cut off the entertainment and the junk food.
Life is full of suffering, but we make it worse with our voluntary stupidity and willful blindness.
With knowledge, you get the facts, and with wisdom you learn the purpose. Wisdom is when you know what something means, and the implications thereof.
Because people do not have an objective approach to reality, they have to be stimulated and guided through advertising, marketing and propaganda.
Is it unreasonable that you’d have to dedicate a decade of work to understand only a smidgen of the truth? No, it’s not.
In order to talk about certain things, you have to abandon everything you think you know about the subject and start looking at it more practically. Can you do that?
What kind of shock value can a person handle from new information? You have to gauge that before dropping bombs on them.
Anyone who has not directed his life towards some definite goal cannot possibly arrange his individual actions properly. It is impossible to put the pieces together if you do not have in your head the idea of the whole. No wind is right for a seaman who has no predetermined harbour.
Intelligent people learn from every thing and every one, whilst average people only learn from their own experiences. As for the stupid - they already have all the answers, apparently.
The alternative media are just pontificating about bears, but they’ve never seen any bears.
If you believe in the truth, it makes an island out of you, and no-one likes being alone on an island.
There’s plenty of places to get information, but what’s the state of your mindset?
The mindset that's required to look at the truth is very different from what you've been carrying around in your day-to-day life.
It takes a certain kind of discipline to understand a reality that most people cannot perceive.
I don’t need first-hand experience to understand certain things. You see my fingers? I still have them because I know it’s dangerous to stick them in a blender. The fool needs first-hand experience, whilst the wise can use discernment to see the truth.
Could "stupidity" be the result of learned corruption? A condition created by internalized errors, after which one's thinking and behavior become resistant to amendment?
Some ideas are too big for people's little heads.
Things are easy once you know how to do them. Duh. It’s not magic. Building a watch is easy if you’re familiar with the process. But if you’re not, you might as well give the parts to a monkey and see what happens.
If the human brain was simple enough for scientists to understand, they would still be so clueless that they wouldn't understand it.
An understanding of the truth is not arrived at through casualness.
Sometimes the most important discipline is anti-discipline, cus what if the things you knew before were wrong and now you need to undo them? Can you do that?
Truths are more likely to have been discovered by one man than by nation.
This is a time of censorship, stupidity and evil. It's a society where the underworld is primary, and what they call the "real world" is secondary.
We will gradually become indifferent to what goes on in the minds of other people when we acquire a knowledge of the superficial nature of their thoughts.
Everyone has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth
Why has the increase in technological advances had an inverse effect on the intelligence of humanity? Hmmm.
Edison said he had to try 1000 times before he got the light-bulb right, but if he had just done some studying and simple math he wouldn’t have had to try so many times. Stupid.
If you want to know what’s really going on in a society, follow the money. If the money is flowing to sectors like advertising and insurance, rather than artists, entrepreneurs or journalists, then a society is more concerned with manipulation and misfortune than art, ideas, truth or safety.
Not only are humans blind to the obvious, they're also blind to their blindness.
One of ways that things remain a secret in plain sight is that people are already so used to the lies in their own culture that it doesn't bother them when the overall deceptions reach a height.
Nothing changes. The only question is what can you rediscover.
There are primarily two types of evil in the world: Physical Evil, like rape, murder, and theft, and Intellectual Evil, like deceit, dogmatism, and willful close-mindedness.
All you have is time, because you’re born naked and die naked. So if anyone says, “I don’t have time for that”, you can translate that into “I really don’t know how to manage my time for that”.
The truth is a snare; you cannot have it without being caught. In other words, you cannot catch it. Rather, it catches you.
The alternative media scene is like restaurant row. If all those fast-food joints are really in competition with each other, why are they located right next to each other on the same street? Because they’re indirectly working together. Duh.
Society wants you to believe that it’s fine and you’re the one who’s messed up. It’s the other way around….unless you’ve chosen to go the way of society. Then yeah, you’re the one who’s messed up.
The world is an omelet, and the lives of mass society are the eggs.
How do we gain better discernment? That's a good question, but the answer is even better: By using it more often.