Informative information comes in many shapes and forms and a lot of times from surprising sources. And the more sources that one can get their information from, and the more eclectic that information is, the better picture of what is going on one can begin to build.
And the reason why I say eclectic, which means a wide variety, is that, one, or a few of those bits of information will throw a spanner in the works into the belief system and picture one had built up.
It’s why cults, and cult like entities work so hard to keep it’s members and people straying from the “official path and sources” of information, for once one comes across differing information, that can begin the process of asking questions, and what happens when one begins asking questions of the “official narrative” today? – The response starts to look a bit cultish.
What You Going To Do About Me – Richie Havens
Anyhow, back to the Informative Information series that I’ve started listening to, and essentially is just Neil McDonald and Thomas Sheridan going through and talking and discussing about the tarot cards and the meaning behind what’s being displayed on each one.
But the series is much more than that, for both have an interest in megalithic structures, so that gets woven into the discussion, as well as current events, and both having a wide knowledge base to draw upon, one even starts learning about the Cathars, which is one of Neil’s particular interests, and both have a deep interest in the esoteric.
Thomas Sheridan & Neil McDonald. Megaliths & Mysteries Project No 1
I know the talks wont be everyone’s cup of tea, though under the constant bombardment of propaganda we’re under these days, it’s quite good to take a break from it and just listen to information for the sake of listening to information, makes for a very refreshing break.
Waiting On The World To Change – John Mayer
“When you trust your television, what you get is what you got, cause when they own the information, oh, they can bend it all they want” – John Mayer
Though rather than waiting for the world to change, change yourself, for in changing yourself, one begins to change the world
We are a fractal of this world, and being a fractal, we are a part of the overall pattern, so:
Rather than waiting for the world to change, change yourself, for in changing yourself, one begins to change the world