Concomitant with fabricated events is the incorporation of lies into the fabric of the simulated culture by way of the educational system, which, in lockstep, takes the accepted, accredited narrative provided by “authorities” and begins teaching this story as history in grade school and colleges. Often as a finishing, immortalizing touch, Hollywood, an important part of the streaming simulated culture, creates movies dramatizing, and immortalizing the event or some aspect of the fabricated event.
A wonderful example of a fabricated event turned into a movie was the Boston Bombing of April 2013. In this case, like the Sandy Hook Shootings, it appears the entire event was faked, with no one dying as a result of the Bombing. A cheesy government and first-responder promoting movie called “Patriots Day”, continues the indoctrination and reinforces the emotional trauma of the actual ‘non-real’ event; a movie about a movie.
Another early and outstanding attempt at creating a virtual event in the simulated reality was the moon landings of 1969-1972, which have clearly been shown to be not only impossible but a fantastic hoax. By today’s standards, the fakery was sloppy and in ‘actual’ reality, the props used (command module, lunar module etc.,) were functionally impossible, even if you could land on the moon, based on the technology of the day.
For those who are unfamiliar with this hoax and the follow-up lies, here is a good start for self-education.
After the ‘moon’ landings came the ‘moon rocks’ reinforcing the lie, I remember seeing one in elementary school as a youngster, sure enough, it did look like a rock.
Meanwhile, this massive hoax was typed up and added to every school science and history book from kindergarten to Ph.D. Exhibits were created at places like the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC (virtual monuments to virtual gods) and later movies including Ron Howard’s interpretation of the ‘dramatic’ events of Apollo 13 (note the numerology, Apollo 11 lands on the moon, unlucky Apollo 13 nearly kills all aboard.)
Now we are in the last stage of the lie, the cover-up is managed and supported by the daily, laughable, adventures of the “Astronauts” hanging on to their harness wires in the “green screened room” of the International Space Station, another hoax which has been completely exposed by many researchers. Just Google International Space Station Hoax and enjoy. Has anyone ever notice the ridiculous way they pretend to sit? Sitting in Zero-G, always with their hands crossed and their shirts pulled up near the hips?
The moon landing and continued talk of space missions and the daily adventures of the ‘crews’ of the TV Show Called the International Space Station are part of the bubble of lies which make up the fabric of a simulated reality, a world where almost anything is possible because there are no rules or reality-based limitations to get in the way.
Reality destruction and a fabricated culture based on faked events or events with a preposterous story are only part of the new simulated, degenerate culture.
As an example, in this article, CNN falsely claims “transgender man” gave birth to a baby boy, corporate fabrication channel, CNN, blows a bubble of deception by misnaming its article to imply, what the “new world beings” will take as reality in the not so distant future, a man can give birth to baby.
The deception is in the words and words become prisons as ‘authorities’ begin to legislate speech (thought) through hate crime law and supported by crackpot notions suggesting people’s feelings (unknowable and immeasurable) can be the victim of another’s aggression and therefore speech can be regulated; as though free speech means only some kinds of speech – this is only possible in a movie.
Words have objective meaning but in today’s simulated reality, our ability to appreciate actual reality is undermined to favor a fabricated reality because the definitions of words are becoming fluid; even our perceptions of who and what we are cannot be fixed to objective reality in words – are we a man or woman or is it a choice?
The lexicons of schools and the words of the vernacular are being trimmed, removed, sterilized and made politically correct; emotional content, the spark of action, is deleted from the tools of the thought, words. Hate has been transformed from a natural defense system, an antibody activated existentially for purposes of self-protection, to an outward indication of evil and the sign of flaw of the personality.
Observable characteristics of people, especially the characteristics of race and sex are perceptions of reality (the real world.) If we can destroy the connection between words and our perceptions of reality, we have become marooned on a sea of political reality. Word meanings to fit a political need eradicate a person’s ability to perceive reality.
For example, the word ‘racist’ has a different meaning depending on the circumstances. A white person acting on behalf of white people exclusively is called a racist, however, a black man acting solely for the black race is called a defender of the black race. Black student unions in colleges are not racist while creating a white student union is vehemently decried as racist. The word racist is part of the political, simulated reality, where definitions are fluid and can change when needed.
Words are being ripped from reality-based meanings, the past (history) was changed to fit a political reality, history is an anachronism; bubbles of lies hide almost all the real.
At some point, the singularity will be reached and the disconnect will not even be noticeable; CGI gives way to indistinguishable holograms and simulated human beings, the currency becomes credits, paper melts into kilobytes and the matrix becomes reality.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world? – Morpheus
O’Brien smiled faintly. “You are no metaphysician, Winston,” he said. “Until this moment you had never considered what is meant by existence. I will put it more precisely. Does the past exist concretely, in space? Is there somewhere or other a place, a world of solid objects, where the past is still happening?”
“Then where does the past exist, if at all?”
“In records. It is written down.”
“In records. And- ?”
“In the mind. In human memories.”
“In memory. Very well, then. We, the Party, control all records, and we control all memories. Then we control the past, do we not?” – Winston Smith, Orwell’s “1984”
We live in a fledgling evolving simulation, where biological differences in people are no longer observable. All races are the same, sexual orientation is a choice – a ‘brave new world’ where diversity will dissolve division and the multicultural means no more culture.
“Only the disciplined mind can see reality, Winston. You believe that reality is something objective, external, existing in its own right. You also believe that the nature of reality is self-evident. When you delude yourself into thinking that you see something, you assume that everyone else sees the same thing as you. But I tell you, Winston, that reality is not external. Reality exists in the human mind, and nowhere else. Not in the individual mind, which can make mistakes, and in any case soon perishes: only in the mind of the Party, which is collective and immortal.” -1984
Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2016 is
post-truth – an adjective defined as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief’.
Models For Deception
Nor is it necessary that these hypotheses should be true, nor indeed even probable, but it is sufficient if they merely produce calculations which agree with the observations. The hypothesis of the movement of the earth is only one which is useful to explain certain phenomena, but it should not be considered as absolute truth. – Copernicus
Models are an important component of a simulated reality. Models themselves are simulations and like other events in the overall simulation, models eventually disconnect from the reality they model.
Models are used in science, social science, economics, theories of crowd behavior, financial systems and thousands of other applications. Models are mysterious and usually complex, obtuse and difficult for most people to understand how they work even their designers.
At some point, models become so complex they break free from modeling reality, with their predictions, becoming a simulated reality. Weather and cloud modeling, economic models and global climate temperatures are models, which do not model reality but rather a simulated reality.
It is possible to create models so absurd, unfathomably detailed, with absolutely no connection, in any way, to the reality we experience from our senses and use these models to absorb the attention of presumably intelligent people such that they become believers and contributors to these models.
The present model of the Universe complete with the theory of “Dark Matter” which became necessary to explain the model’s failure to explain the concept of gravity; gravity another model used for purpose of mind collection and control.