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The mind of a monkey. Filled with survival instinct. Natural predators of the monkey are listed as such: "Big cats such as leopards, panthers, jaguars, cheetahs, and ocelots. Also large birds of prey and large snakes and crocodiles. Some monkeys are hunted by humans as food."
What is NOT listed here as a natural predator is, other monkeys.

When I start to drill down to these ideas and concepts, I fell the need to post them here. Is that because of ego? Probably in some form, but also I realize logically I am speaking indirectly to other "truth seekers". This causes me to refine my statements (sometimes :-).
But afterwards I feel guilt. Like I shouldn't express my mind, thoughts, ideas on these subjects for fear of expulsion from the group.

Oh I might offend someone or I might sound like a fool.
Survival instinct right? 
If I put value in this group, this website (which I do), I am now subject to its criticisms.

Which is cool, I am down with that. But why do I feel guilt for speaking my mind?
My hypothesis is that the exoteric, the external, has been so crystallized into a way of being that the internal is not only shunned but attacked.
The survival instinct ruled by death (death of the group mentality), when I can drive down to McDonalds and get an ice cream cone.

The Great Lie, I believe, is a constant bonbardment of social expectations, media propaganda, and the consistent work to seperate. 
Separation as a word and a mission statement. Separate families, separate ideas, separate creation from the creator...

This not just the Saturnian aspect of setting boundaries, this is draw the boundary and load it full of TNT and see how big the hole can get.
This mission statement is to bring the Gnostic idea of the abyss into physical form.

Nihilism at its finest. 
Load up the truck monkeys, and after you done... Throw yourself into the hole as well...

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Comment by Chris Kelley on May 9, 2018 at 8:10pm

You can't learn your voice until you speak it. If you think I am wrong, let me know, that cool. Lets converse.

Self-censorship is death, but we also need to check ourselves (or others) if what we say is not authentic. Logic becomes a useful tool in this situation :-)


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Comment by Jurgens Pieterse on May 7, 2018 at 4:41am
I had been aware as well how i almost sncor myself for the sake of others on social media. It takes a lot of courage to step out and say the things you truly feel. We make ourselves vulnerable to attacks but I think those attacks might be a source of new strength. Not only help it us to reassess what we consider as truth but also to refine our own mental picture of what truth is for us.

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