Postage Stamp Reality is a minuscule perceived consensus created by a system which doesn’t want people to see beyond their imposed limitations. A bit like Michael Palins Character, Denis, in the film Jabberwocky, when he talks about the next town being 2 miles away.
“When I was over in Muckley the other day”
“Muckley, that’s quite a way isn’t it?”
“2 mile or more, easy”
“Gosh, I’d like to travel someday Mr Fishfinger”
I’d Like To Travel Someday Mr Fishfinger – Jabberwocky
And that is how small the postage stamp consensus reality is compared to the size of the world, and when one begins to explore other aspects of this reality, one truly begins to see the confined nature of the mainstream narrative.
Ascend Podcast – Consciousness, Third Eye, Higher Dimensions – David Icke
And once on steps off the postage stamp, a whole new world begins to open up, which was once firmly locked away.
Atom: The Illusion Of Reality
And for those who like to delve into what many would perceive to be the uninteresting, here’s a quick history on the first stamp – The Penny Black
The First Postage Stamp – The Penny Black
So in keeping expanding one’s horizon and knowledge, like the invention of the email, the postage stamp consensus reality, is holding less and less relevance for the general population