Source and the Mediacracy

“Mainstream media is a crime against humanity.”

Broadcast Controversy

Six corporations control the global mainstream media.  The editorialization of information has proliferated dogma, propaganda and rhetoric, driven by our selective inclinations.  The news is not a broadcast of factual data to maintain our relativity with the pulse of current events.  It is opinion, propagated by commercial agendas to deceive, distort and manipulate perception.  Ratings, clicks, comments, likes and shares determine the information we receive.  Advertising and entertainment are methods of conditioning, utilized to delude, distract and pacify the masses.  Yet, we eagerly assemble around our devices to feign social intelligence.

Mainlining Mediacracy

Cell phones, computers, tablets and television screens are the modern projectors of artificiality, receiving and transmitting toxic electromagnetic energy to the user and their environment.  Our fascination with their functionality has distorted our perception, causing an excess of social psychoses.  It is an epidemic of oblivion, inhibiting our way of being, consciousness, destiny, evolution and universality.  We are biological and psychological software programs, coded to accept the laws of reality as the rule of life.  When this is challenged, we defend and enable its existence with our social programming. 

Media Matrix

Our frequency of interaction with the media matrix is the degree of our programming.  We are conditioned into a simulated lifestyle, congruent with our self-exposure to social medium.  All things begin with energy.  The energetic signature of the mainstream media is artificial, intense and negative, inciting and spreading fear.  Our instincts become prone to anxiety with the virtual threat of a pending doom.  We are inundated with intellectual information, coding our neural pathways into vicious cycles of arrogance, entitlement and egocentricity.  Our emotional awareness is distorted and diminished, separating us from our intuition, soul and the universe.

Soul Sacrifice

Our coding is wired with the fear of losing what little control, possession, status, security and vanity we believe we have.  Yet, we willingly surrender our personal power at every opportunity.  We endure reality instead of empower experience, collecting whatever fleeting memory we can capture.  We wager our authenticity, enlightenment and fulfillment for social superficiality.  All the while convincing ourselves intelligence, knowledge, productivity, reputation and wealth are the standards of happiness.  Meanwhile, our body and mind deteriorate with the absence of our heart, intuition and soul. 

“The mainstream media imposes awareness; the universe empowers consciousness.”

Enabling Enslavement

All forms of media desensitize us to the horrors of human existence.  Whether it is war, genocide, environmental annihilation, inequality and injustice, class, cultural or racial superiority, our exposure is excessively toxic.  We are socially assimilated into competition, debate and division, where we invest our focus and energy into a surplus of social terrors, enabling their realities.  These atrocities persist due to our obsessive tendencies for egocentricity.  When we become disinterested, distracted or indifferent, we simply scroll or swipe our screen for a more desireable flavor of artificiality. 

Totalitarian Programming

Our social programming is so gradual, we are unable and/or unwilling to trace its momentum.  It is even more challenging to discover and observe its course.  We acquiesce our personal power with our engagement in the paradigm of the mediacracy.  If our enslavement was accelerated, many of us would notice and cause an uprising.  This is the primary purpose why its progression is at a snail’s pace, to control our personal perception and prevent our freedom.  We simply fail to acknowledge its influence and impact. We are preoccupied by an elaborate system of desire, delusion, diversion and exploitation.  Therefore, we are oblivious to the atrocities we enable with our participation. 

The Means Justify the End

The design of our enslavement is evident.  Harness our attention with engineered information.  Destroy our personal power within the environmental vortex of society.  Provoke and maintain our fear, herding us into authoritarian dependence.  Condition us to police each other under the threat of social punishment and ridicule.  Program our obedience with mere survival to satiate our angst.  Keep us distracted and preoccupied with a steady stream of amusement, debate, pre-planned global events and societal shifts, all while abolishing our basic freedoms and rights.  We are indoctrinated to invest in social reality more than ourselves.

Choose Your Illusion

Where we aim our attention is where we express our energy.  It defines our experience.  We are conditioned to engage in the vacuum of disempowering realities, imposed upon us by authoritarian entities and organizations, existing as banks, corporations, education and religious institutions, governments and political parties.  They diminish our personal intention and power by transmuting the energy we invest with our participation into sustaining our individual enslavement.  The payoff we receive is our anger, apathy, indifference, naïveté and self-righteousness.  Mainstream media feeds our insatiable appetites with content customized for our oblivious consumption.   

The Currency of Reality

Since we are in the simulation of social reality, we are blind to the profundity of its exploitation, influence, impact and programming.  Furthermore, we choose to refute its existence, believing our willful denial will somehow prevent its inevitability.  Where we focus our attention is not just where our energy is expressed, it is also where we acquiesce our personal power.  What is our greatest inconvenient truth?  We alone cause and enable our enslavement.  Knowing, let alone understanding, we are the cause of our social oppression is the vital epiphany empowering our freedom.

Transcendental Shift

We are given infinite opportunities to sever our tether with the mediacracy and social reality.  Every day we have the choice to tune out from the peripheral programming and tune into our soul by listening to our intuition.  Who we are is established by the quality of our source.  Awareness of current events and their engineered complexities may harvest knowledge of society.  However, consciousness empowers understanding, manifesting our universal experience of being.  When we are enamored with the bells and whistles of the mediacracy, we are only emulating artificiality.  When we are related with our soul, we are sourced by the universe.      

Universal Source

Our soul and the universe are one.  Our intuition resonates with the energy of our universality.  This synergy between the universe and our soul empowers us to transcend the duality of the mediacracy.  Our heart center enlightens our mind and enlivens our body with this energy to transform us, our environment and social reality.  Breaking the vicious cycle of artificiality is our common purpose.  Creating our unique experience is our personal destiny.  When we observe, understand, express and embody our universality, we are one with all.  Everything else is opinion.   

“Streaming universality is the source of conscious experience.”

“Communicate Your Freedom” Interview with Lorenzo from The New Agora/The New Now and Campbell from Autodidactic

Communication is key to everything in life, I would say. Especially the communications we have with ourselves. It does one no good to lie to themselves about anything for any reason. Unless or course your intent is to live in delusion, in which case, by all means, you should continue to exist in a fug of lies. Going within, though, to discover what Freedom means for you would be essential to finding your ‘Life’s Lost Purpose’. – Lorenzo Malowane

The New Agora

Autodidactic Hub Page

The Artificiality of Social Reality

“Social reality is the invention of our enslavement.”

Webs of Deception

There is a bitter pill we all must swallow.  We exist in a social simulation, sustained by our reactivity and replicated by our engagement.  It does not matter where we may rank in the seemingly hierarchical, pyramid scheme of human society, we are all enslaved into a network of institutionally programmed existence.  There is no escape. Whether we are a billionaire with six houses and twelve cars, or living in poverty, we are all victimized by an elaborate social matrix designed to imprison and oppress. When we adopt and engage in social reality, it is inevitable we will acquiesce our personal experience and power to our collective conformity. 

The Echo of Life

Most of us eagerly relinquish our aspirations, creativity, inspiration, potential and vision in a misguided quest to claim our meager portion of artificiality.  This has become human nature, a maturation process to cast aside what empowers for what enslaves.  Once this transference is complete, we drift into the echo of life.  We meet our mate, have children, hold a career and preoccupy ourselves with the amusement of our desire, entertainment, media, politics, religion, sports and social events in a vain attempt to belong and be fulfilled.  Then we retire and die.  For many, this is a favorable outcome.  Yet, for some, it is the epitome of hell.

Entitlement and Expectation

We do not deserve anything.  Just because we are born into this experience does not give us the right or reason to dominate, manipulate and propagate.  We seize and decimate the natural world with the consequences of our addictions, appetites, civilizations, conditions, lifestyles and technologies.  We are programmed to believe the world is ours to conquer, control, influence and destroy, all with arrogant abandon.  It is our oblivion to the extremity of our entitlement and expectation which causes the gravest destruction both within and without.  These two inherent qualities are what leads to our eventual decline and extinction.

Decision or Choice

The vital element in the human experience is the distinction between what we decide and what we choose.  In my perspective, decisions are often accidental and unconscious reactions to the circumstances we encounter. They encourage us to minimize the impact of an uncontrollable result, while enabling our fear and insecurity.  When we survive, we believe we grow from it, yet it often provokes further personal and social evasion and exclusivity.  Whereas choice is a conscious expression made before challenges arise, creating empowering and fulfilling outcomes.  Choice inspires us to transcend reality and thrive, aligning us with ourselves and the universe.

“We cannot discover truth within reality.”

Behind the Mask

When the world went sideways over two years ago, we were instructed to wear masks for prevention and protection.  I noticed how our identity, humanity, individuality and value was erased via a health strategy, which proved to yield a low rate of efficacy.  I found it fascinating how people responded to this directive.  There were those who eagerly adopted the mask mandate, and those who defiantly refused.  In my observation, there is an interesting correlation between the two.  It appeared all whom chose to comply tended to be institutionalized, narrow-minded and private.  Whereas all whom chose not to obey were diversified, open-minded and self-expressive. 

The Vanity of Self-Righteousness

Any alternative perception can be analyzed, condemned, refuted and vilified.  There is a massive audience of people feigning “fact,” “intelligence” and “science” to discredit anything contrary to mainstream media propaganda.  It is one thing to believe in rhetoric.  It is another to impose it upon others, thus preserving our personal fears, insecurities and self-righteousness.  Being right is an inherent trait we adopt to safeguard the bubble of reality in which we imprison ourselves.  In a world rife with authoritarian sociopaths wielding control, influence, manipulation and power, it is beneficial to find the vein of truth in the illusion of reality.

The Virus of Society

In the movie “The Matrix,” Agent Smith explains to Morpheus, “I’d like to share a revelation I had during my time here.  It came to me when I tried to classify your species.  I realized you’re not actually mammals.  Every mammal on this planet instinctively develops an equilibrium with its surrounding environment.  But you humans do not.  You move to an area, and you multiply and multiply until every natural resource is consumed.  The only way you can survive is to spread to another area.  There is another organism on this planet that follows the same pattern.  A virus.  Human beings are a disease, the cancer of this planet.  You are a plague.”

The Cure of Humanity

Sometimes the most powerful truth comes from the villain.  Unfortunately, our common social perception demonizes who we identify as the antagonist.  Yet, when we observe history with a discerning vision, we will see how often the adversary made a difference and shifted the world.  Humanity is its own virus and cure.  The outcome is based upon who we choose to be.  When we succumb to inclinations of consumption, mimicry, oblivion, toxicity and self-righteousness, we perpetuate a virus.  When we evolve, transform and transcend our inherent social natures, we empower ourselves and others as a cure.

The Black Hole

We all live within the vacuum of social reality.  It is a vortex which seizes our attention, creativity, energy, expression, focus, intention, passion, possibility and potential.  Yet, it is not sustained by some covert, authoritarian entity or organization.  Under the influence of social conditioning and programming, our personal power has been diminished, distorted, manipulated and transferred to maintain the black hole of social reality.  All whom have dark intentions cajole, hijack and utilize the energy, effort and resources of others to impose their agendas, strategies and endgames. All the while, we bury our empowerment and enlightenment in the rotten soil of our ego, fear and self-righteousness.

The Bitter Truth

Beyond the familial and social bubbles of our existence, we simply do not care.  We delude ourselves to believe we do.  The bitter truth?  Our focus is on our self and our immediate circle of family and friends.  (The latter can most certainly be debated!) We feign amity, appreciation, belonging, gratitude, relativity and respect for others because we do not express these qualities for ourselves.  The last few years have been an opportunity for us to go within and embrace the extraordinary natures of our heart, intuition and soul, to align with the universe and become its expression.  Severing our tether to social reality empowers us to break its vicious cycle and embody universal truth.

“We are free from social reality when we become an expression of truth.”

All About Us

Society is a reflection of how far we are from ourselves.

Social Stimulus Experiment:

The current virus spoke volumes about us and our relatedness with society.  One thing most evident is our social reaction when the world was turned upside down and inside out over an influenza strain.  Liberals turned conservative and vice versa.  Society ground to a halt.  Businesses dried up, many lost their jobs or companies.  Billions of people retreated to the confines of their homes to tune into the mounting numbers flashing across their computer and television screens.  Lockdowns were enforced as if war was eminent. In many ways it was and still is.

The optimistic angle to all of this?  The natural world was primarily relieved of humanity.  Pollution was down.  Traffic was nonexistent.  The animal kingdom was thriving.  The world was almost peaceful.  Personally, I felt it was an extraordinary opportunity for humanity to remove itself from the vicious cycles and rampant triggers of society and go within.  It was a chance for us to become related with ourselves and the universe, transcend and transform our social conditioning and programming, and empower and express our unique destiny.

Default Program

Perhaps this occurred or was happening for some.  Yet, like a computer program that encounters a virus, (be with this!) our social system was shut down and rebooted into a default mode.  Once again, we are essentially where we were in our collective evolution prior to the pandemic madness.  Society hit the ground running, rushing back to the way things were, armed with arrogance, consumerism, delusion, egocentricity, entitlement, greed, superiority, self-righteousness and violence.  The ideal cocktail for social distraction, disruption and destruction.

As mentioned in several of the articles I have published over the last few years, a universal energetic shift is occurring, giving us the opportunity to transcend the dualistic lunacy we have identified with as society.  Our ability to align with the universe by balancing our body and mind with our heart, intuition and soul is ever present.  However, this experience does not exist in the simulation of social reality.  Nor is it observed in a world enslaved by the institutions of its own amusement, education, media, politics and religion.

Privatized Priorities

Surviving society is a self-centered endeavor.  This is how it is designed, so this is how it exists.  Thriving in society is a transcendent lifestyle, empowering us to experience evolution, fulfillment, transformation and understanding.  Unfortunately, our social conditioning is so all-encompassing and extreme, we opt to merely survive in the presence of all possibility.  In our teens and into our twenties, most of us face scarcity.  This is far more influential than we choose to acknowledge.  All of us encounter a social shift that forces us into the oblivion of adulthood.

Recently, I was shopping in my home village and noticed a woman I would see frequently at the fitness center years ago.  She had been attractive and trim with a cheery attitude.  When I saw her recently, it was evident she had undergone her social shift into career, marriage and motherhood.  It suddenly occurred to me at that time, she had been primping herself into good health to attract a husband, which would lead to having children and arriving to where she is now.  When I saw her, she wore a scowl reflecting the watermark of her unfulfilled experience.    

“Our lives are only as fulfilled as we live them.”

Settle for Self

For most, personal and social life is all about compromise.  I observe and feel this in many people, family, friends, associates and strangers alike.  It is hard to witness, and even more difficult to feel.  In my youth, I recall the empowerment and inspiration many people I had known experienced.  In their unique time, these passions were wagered for social conformity, familial and peer pressure and personal survival.  Though these are seemingly justifiable reasons for social compliance, it is the “white flag” we raise every day we engage in the matrix of society.

Nightmares are not what we encounter when we sleep.  They exist for us within the comfortable codependence of familial, professional and social obligation and responsibility. Every day we live against the flow of our destiny, experience and purpose.  Our investment in life becomes a practice of negotiating and settling on a life of least resistance.  We emulate our forebears as they eventually did theirs.  Regardless of whatever fantasized self we choose to proliferate into society, it is as much of an illusion as reality.  Our settlement in life is our death sentence.

A Soul to See

Most of society does not want to see the clarity nor hear the symphony of the truth.  Most have been conditioned and programmed for decades and more into the narrow paradigms of sensual and intellectual insanity, set on a mission to draw meaning and reason from the mass chaos of society.  Billions of lifetimes cast in the mold of the “known” reality, in a vain attempt to glean the slightest glimmer of wisdom from the smoke and mirrors of the day to day.  Fortifying their defenses and reassuring their self-righteousness, while they sacrifice their soul.

We don the spectacles of reality’s kaleidoscope, believing what we encounter is “real.”  Creation and destruction, above and below, good and evil, life and death, the entirety of duality imposes its influence and inhibits our universal experience.  All these elements, however grandiose they seem, are only two-dimensional.  Transcending the prison of our inherent social perceptions frees us from the dominance of our mind and body.  Our heart is the gateway, our intuition is the path, and our soul is the origin of our empowerment, vision, expression and being.

All About Us

From the moment we are born, our existence is only about us.  For many, this is personal identity, purpose and stability.  Yet, it is also egotism, sociopathy and vanity.  Every day, billions of people con themselves, justifying their social atrocities and crimes against humanity to preserve the status quo of their beliefs, bank accounts, defenses, opinions and self-righteousness.  To many, this supersedes acceptance, authenticity, equality, honesty, justice, kindness, love and wellbeing.  Eventually, the virtues of humanity become as degrative as its sins.

Continuing to do what we have always done ensures we will only encounter more of what we already have.  We are rigid programs in the digital matrix of society, tethered to a formulaic mainframe of reactivity to constant social stimuli.  The engagement of our reaction defines our enslavement.  Therefore, our being, destiny and experience will remain forever unfulfilled.  Shifting the focus away from ourselves is a remarkable opportunity to transcend the incessant inclinations of the body and mind. And also, be present in our heart, intuition and soul. 

“To become one with our soul is to become one with the universe.”

The Mirror Tells All

“We cannot truly empathize with tragedy until it befalls us.”

Lessons Unlearned

What do we do as a society when programmed conspiracy, disinformation, manipulation and trauma infects social reality to the gravest degree?  How do we cope, heal, identify and transform ourselves amid the melee of competition, destruction, disease, fear, loss, murder, pain, suffering and violence?  Why do we continue to emulate the definition of social insanity at the cost of our lives and those of our children?  Where do we go from the helplessness and hopelessness surrounding and corrupting every element of our experience?  Who is to be held accountable for our crimes against humanity?  We are!   

Political Idiodyssey

Politics are the most worthless form of leadership ever concocted.  It is a clever, vicious cycle, ensnaring all with egotistical expressions of instinctual and intellectual ignorance.  I continue to be appalled by anyone claiming exclusivity to either the conservative or liberal parties.  It does not require keen observation to understand none of these officials care about, stand for or serve the people who elect them.  An elite, wealthy few employ financial institutions, who lend to corporations, who in turn sponsor and lobby candidates to push their (c)overt agendas.  Our awareness of this system certainly does not empower or inspire us enough to transform it.

Social Vicious Cycle

Whenever a traumatic event passes an impression on us, we tend to shift into a cycle of inauthentic empathy.  We send our thoughts and prayers, express our views, engage in social media debates, our elected officials do nothing, we eventually forget, and society moves on to the next tragedy until it happens again.  This is just one of the many vicious cycles we enact as human doings.  We are desensitized by the violence that encompasses us and blind to our individual brutality.  Yet the cycle continues.  Much like our elected officials, we do not care about, stand for or serve our fellow human.

Deep Impact

The last few years have severely traumatized us on levels we are incapable of comprehending.  We are shaken to the core from a worldwide pandemic, the political and social pressure of its vaccination, a contentious election, the impact of a murdered American citizen by a police officer and a continual string of mass killings committed by teenagers.  Within our apathetically biased interpretations of what is happening resides the true reason why.  As a society, we are egotistical, self-centered and self-righteous.  We lack the empathy, intention and understanding to transform our anger and fear into compassion and love.

“Within every downfall is an opportunity for ascension.”

The Gravity of Ego

Through the course of human history, infinite opportunities have been and are available for us to shift how social reality exists for all.  These events, however inspirational, ordinary or tragic, occur to empower us to transform our instincts, intellect, emotions and behaviors.  When we front age, belief, ideology, ignorance, indifference or loss, we convey justifiable excuses for our evasion, vengeance or violence.  The choices we make impact and influence others as much as ourselves.  There is one element of our personality that renders us apathetic, arrogant, vindictive and self-righteous.  It does not matter how aware we are to its influence; our ego enslaves us.   

Self-Sentence

Society functions on the tradition of inclusion of the immediate family, and exclusion of the rest of the world, in a vain attempt to construct artificial defenses, narratives, protection and security.  We build barriers of separation emotionally, intellectually, instinctually and spatially to support our simulated sense of safety.  The evident observation we deny or refuse to acknowledge is our desire to establish our personal illusion.  We imprison ourselves with individual internment and expect the rest of the world will follow suit.  When society does not comply with our private delusion, we encounter breakdowns resulting in emotional, mental and physical suffering.       

Social Psychoses

We are artificial beings, existing in an artificial reality, living artificial lives and even dying artificial deaths.  Our belief, ideology, information, motivation and relativity are all artificial.  From the cradle to the grave, we slip into the chaos of social reality’s undercurrent, frantically grasping for anything to release us from the energetic muck of linear duality.  When our opportunities arise and empower us to transcend, we decline, dismiss and demean all that is diverse from our behavioral, hereditary, institutional, personal and social programming.  In essence, we cause our own conflict and suffering with our conditioned engagement and reactivity. 

What Will It Take?

Our family members and friends are both figuratively and literally dying at the hands of our self-subscribed, social oblivion, and the inevitable violence it provokes.  Desensitization is the lightning rod of our synthetic sanity, tearing society apart with every tragic event and fracturing the foundation of our existence.  It is not that we feel, think and act too deeply when tragedy occurs in social reality.  The true atrocity is our willingness to be apathetic and preoccupied, evading present trauma and ensuring its eventual future. Prevention requires our authenticity, empathy, focus, integrity, intention, purpose and transformation.  

The Mirror Tells All

Imagine being in a sphere.  The entire interior is a mirror.  In every direction you gaze, your image is cast.  Yet, it is not your physical reflection you behold, it is your actions, thoughts and feelings to which you become present.  As you encounter your multidimensionality, you are aware of your instincts, intellect, emotions, intuition and soul.  You are introduced to your consciousness, creativity, empathy, insight, understanding and truth.  In this space, you experience the flow of universal being, conscience, expression and relativity.  The existence of social reality vanishes. You become one with the universe.    

“Our soul purpose is being universality.”

Inside Out

“Self-righteousness is the epitome of being wrong.”

Against the Current

Over the last few years, we have been inundated with personal opinions and mainstream media agendas, narratives, politics, virus strains and vaccinations.  Yet, we have also been in a universal energetic shift providing us an extraordinary opportunity to align, connect, relate and become one with all.  For some, this was a clear choice.  For many, it was a defining moment on how tethered to social reality, and distant people are with themselves.  The autocratic strategy worked once again.  We turned against each other; our ego our sword and our self-righteousness our shield.  How clever we are to destroy far more often than we create in our quest for status and validity.  Nothing represents our power more than arrogance.

Social Crucible

Conceit and deceit are the most toxic elements in contemporary society.  We all have duplicity. Those who don’t believe they do have more than most! Events of the last couple years have transpired for the purpose of revealing our concealed deficiencies we all disguise from ourselves and others.  We either defend our personal issues or release them and become fulfilled.  Recently, I have witnessed family and friends blame, guilt and shame each other to satiate their fears, insecurities and uncertainties regarding the current climate of social reality.  Lifetime relations willingly sacrificed in defense of their biased criticism, judgement, opinion and self-righteousness.  All to protect their inadequacies, from which we all yearn to be free.

Throwing Shade

The last two years have not been a time to merely survive, they have been an era to thrive. While we attempted to bring normality to the authoritarian agendas of control, deception, enslavement and manipulation, our greatest fears embedded their influence deeper into our frazzled nerves. No matter how we analyze, believe, interpret or think about the events we have all endured, our understanding of them is often misinterpreted.  We feed our senses with biased, agenda-laden information, customized to our desired narrative to debate, demean, discredit and prove our adversaries erroneous.  This is the societal psychosis we have enabled with our apathy, denial, negligence, oblivion and self-righteousness.  

Being Right

Before our acumen is developed, we are conditioned to be right at all costs.  This is the social standard.  We close the avenues of our listening when we stake the lines of our hypocrisy.  This applies to others, yet most importantly in our relation to ourselves and the universe.  We are blinded by our addiction to the rush of synthetic gratification we receive when we impose our sanctimonies, be they internal or expressed.  They are the idioms of our inauthenticity; in other words, “false power.”  Society prospers on the adrenaline of superficiality.  Those who express empowerment and inspiration are often chastised, exiled and, in extreme circumstances, murdered.  Our personal and collective evolution is wagered for our egocentric quest to be right.       

“Institutional intelligence is programmed ignorance.”

The Greatest Swindle Ever Sold

Six global corporations own the world’s media sources.  It is apparent these outlets broadcast programmed information, thus inventing and promoting narratives to manipulate society’s existence, experience and perception.  The mainstream media proliferates corporate, economic, political and social propaganda to execute and maintain its agendas for control, power and profit.  To awakened individuals, the endgame is evident.  Unfortunately, most of humanity invests in the engineered narratives because we are unable and/or unwilling to accept the truth.  The network information we analyze, believe, interpret or think is manufactured delusion.  Humanity craves to be right and refuses to admit when they are swindled.  How true has this been over the last few years?  

One Ego to Rule Them All

Our egos are neurological satellites, constantly receiving and projecting signals within us and ultimately influencing society.  We are mired in the duality of our programmed instinct and intellect; therefore, reality exists and is enabled by our collective oblivion.  The global authoritarian banks, corporations, governments and other elite organizations are aware of this.  They use fear to its fullest efficacy to maintain control, power and wealth over the majority of the world’s population.  Their imposed systems of rule amuse, confuse, disempower and enslave society into an elaborate web of deception.  Our ego keeps us captive, engaged and tethered to a social simulation we identify, interpret and accept as reality.

The Naked Truth

We are not who we believe ourselves to be.  We drift in the darkness of self-subscribed obscurity, terrified to discover, express and live our truth against the scrutiny of a cruel and violent society.  Eventually, we all acquiesce to the collective fate of inauthentic belonging, reality and social obligation.  Adulthood is a superficial security we “mature” into rife with excuses, failures, inadequacies, oblivion, struggle and surrender.  No matter how much we attempt to make something out of the illusion of social reality, we are inevitably burdened with the gravity of our wasted opportunities to create, empower, inspire and transform.  The naked truth we all seek to evade is that we live to die, instead of dying to live.  

Seeing the Unseen

We are victims, servants of all we do not know that we do not know about ourselves.  This statement can be confusing to those unaware of fundamental ontology (the nature of being.)  All we know and do not know is often clear.  It is what we do not know about what we do not know where we lose our vision, focus, intention and power.  It controls us through our personal indoctrination.  Institutional education, economics, religion and society programs us to enable our cooperative enslavement.  Yet, our personal observation, consciousness, progression and purpose empowers our freedom.  These are the essential elements of our being, inspiring our awareness, evolution and transformation.         

Balance Beam

The last few years have revealed how essential it is to establish and maintain our personal equilibrium.  Existing in a social reality built and sustained by conflict, disease, duality, toxicity and war has compromised the core of our being.  It is not a surprise how many people do not know who they are, let alone envision, experience and fulfill their destiny.  We are multidimensional beings composed of instincts, intellect, emotions and insights.  Our existence is created by who we are being.  The balance of our body, mind, and heart with our intuition and soul is vital to manifesting the universal energetic shift into our experience.  Our attuned equilibrium is an expression of our resonance with the universe.

Inside Out

We have all experienced extreme anxiety, fear, loss and trauma.  Many of us are still nursing proverbial wounds that have never fully healed, current ones notwithstanding. Opportunities arise for us when we choose to lay down our fears, failures, histories, obligations, pain, self-righteousness and suffering to embrace everything available to us during this extraordinary era of being.  Once we have committed to release all which does not enlighten, inspire and transform us, we can begin to heal.  We are all fractured beings drifting upon the ocean of time, seeking an elusive fulfillment.  Society imposes it’s will, conditioning us to survive from the outside in.  Our universality empowers our soul to thrive from the inside out.                           

“Feel to heal, be to see.”

The Center of All

“At the center of the universe dwells the Great Spirit.

And that center is everywhere.

It is within each of us.”

– Black Elk

Societal Drift:

Where we are trending in society is evident.  We are preoccupied with self-centered beliefs, desires, interpretations, perceptions and realities, as we are in their defense.  Most of us enable our daily deprivation by acquiescing our personal power to a legion of social stimuli.  Our instincts, thoughts and behaviors are indicative of our constant, collective conditioning.  Society is an omnipresent undercurrent, diminishing and distorting our common sense, equilibrium, rationale and humanity.  The disparity between our soul and heart in relation to our mind and body is beyond measure. This rift exists between the threshold of our reality and universality, condemning us to a life sentence of obsolescence and oblivion.

Shades of Grey:

We are captive to the matrix of our mind.  Though we do not acknowledge or observe it, we deny and defend ourselves from this truth.  Our neurological pathways are a maze of information, knowledge and thought, imposing logic on our being as a virus spreads infection.  The smoke and mirrors of mentality obscure our perception and understanding.  Instinct and intellect are vulnerable to deception and distortion in a social reality designed for the mind.  However, the more we invest our personal power in thoughts and actions, the less likely we enlighten our emotional and intuitive awareness and expression to relate with our soul and the universe.           

Spiritual Compass:

True north is charted a few degrees from its given direction.  This variance is symbolic of the personal destiny we may choose on our unique path.  It is our way of becoming who we are meant to be.  Unfortunately, most concede this opportunity, dismissing it as fantasy, pastime or even egotistical.  The choice to experience and express our truth is ever present and universal.  It can be said faith is frivolous.  Like the mind, it has its place at certain moments.  Yet, not as a habitual practice of dependence to sacrifice our personal power upon the altar of theology.  Our experience is more profound than our interpretation or perception.  Extraordinary events will never be understood with ordinary vision.  

University of Reality:

All of us enroll and engage in the authoritarian institutions of society.  They are inevitable.  Social reality encompasses, influences and permeates us in more ways than we can imagine.  As universal beings existing in a three-dimensional paradigm, adopting a two-dimensional experience, we submit ourselves to societal slavery.  We are offered many forms of social oppression to which we eagerly adopt and apply. All under the guise of personal “freedom” and “individuality,” imposing artificial belonging within a devious, hierarchical system to coerce all life.  Once we allow ourselves to be indoctrinated and integrated into enslavement, we feign our freedom in vain, giving the false impression we are awakened.

“Conscious breath is our choice to be in the center of our experience.”

East of Eden:

Where we direct our attention is where we focus our energy.  Being conscious to this universal truth is essential in observing and shifting our experience.  We are conditioned to be spectators in life.  Our dependence on external opinion is the primary form of conceding our personal power.  Deep down, many of us deny, diminish and resist our exceptionality.  We do not acknowledge, apply or understand it.  If our personal power is akin to a flashlight at night, many of us would rather stumble around in the darkness to avoid being accountable for who we are as universal beings.  When we deviate from our original vision, even by an inch, we end up arriving at our destination lightyears from our destiny.

Eye in the Storm:

Society will always be a cacophony of amusement, chaos, distraction, ego, manipulation, politics and violence.  These are the prominent traits of humanity.  Social storms rage around and within us.  We allow our inner experience to be defined and impacted by external circumstances. Who we are is often established by the people and circumstances influencing us through our energetic reactions to them. Chaos within begets chaos without.  It is our calling as multidimensional beings to transform our personal anarchy, enabled by our carnal instincts, thoughts and feelings.  We behold and occupy the center of our experience when we transcend the psychosis of self.      

The Source of the Soul:

There is a center in each of us, yet it is not exclusive to the body, mind or heart.  We are multidimensional beings of energy, expanding and evolving in a sacred dance with the universe.  When we establish equilibrium between our body, mind, heart and intuition, we synergize with our soul.  We become one with all, empowered by our vision, focus, intention, purpose, expression and the manifestations we embody.  Our balance is ever fluctuating, compromised by the constant, violent contest of social reality.  We are authors of our universal potentiality, able to observe, adapt, shift and transform any energy, environment and experience.  Being this empowers our soul with the source.

The Center:

There are infinite centers in the universe, yet only one for which we are destined.  Being in the center of our experience is our true calling.  Yet, our connection and relation with it is always leaving us.  No matter how intent we are in sustaining our equilibrium to empower our universal relativity, we will always be losing it until we depart this earth.  Realizing the fulfillment of our experience amidst the chaos of social reality is our essential purpose.  When we are focused, grounded, centered, balanced and aligned with the universe, we become its expression.  Being in the center of our experience empowers us to transform social greed into universal need. 

“Our center is the compass of our soul.”

The Greatest Conspiracy

“Social reality is the exploitation of life.”

Anatomy of Realism:

I am not a conspiracy theorist, at least I do not consider myself one.  Though I find it interesting how the common theorem behind its existence is scientific and critically psychological in contemporary society.  Decades ago, the term “conspiracy theory” was concocted by the very authoritarian organizations attempting to pull the wool over the eyes of the world for the sake of maintaining advantage, control, power and profit.  Be they in the domains of banking, business, defense, entertainment, government, finance, media, politics or religion.  Those who choose not to acknowledge relativity between these social control structures and current controversial events are simply not paying attention or are afraid and unwilling to accept the truth.

Selective Reality:

Unbeknownst to us, the institutions of parental guidance, education, media, peers, politics, religion and society program us from infancy to adopt, believe, engage, promote and execute a sinister global agenda.  Suppressing, discrediting and abolishing our creativity, consciousness, evolution, imagination, power, transcendence and transformation.  We are desensitized by our contribution to this devious, hostile and vicious social stratagem.  Our condemnation, defamation, fear, hate, judgement, prejudice and shaming of others with alternate viewpoints has intensified in the last few years.  It is the artificial power we flex at the world when our selective reality is compromised.

Lords of Illusion:

For centuries, governments have distorted, withheld and revised historical events under the guise of “national security” in the “best interest of the people.”  Again, this should not come as a surprise to anyone, dependent on how one chooses to perceive the daily onslaught of propaganda and rhetoric we all receive from mainstream and social media.  The potential for truth wanes when most are eagerly willing to sacrifice their exceptionality and personal power under the gravity of peer pressure and ridicule when expressing indifference with the “official narratives.”  Yet, these structures of control persist as we enable, engage and sustain it with our blind and obedient loyalty to social slavery glorified as freedom.

Web of Deception:

Wealthy global families use Centralized Banks, who in turn use International Banks, who use National Banks (see a theme?), who operate in the global marketplace as Corporate Banks funding Global Corporations to invest in lobbyists, to buy politicians, to introduce laws and protect their enterprises, futures and profits.  They use the armed and special forces to protect themselves from the people.  The caveat for these families is the necessity for the people they are attempting to enslave to adopt and invest in this global pyramid scheme for its optimal success.  What purpose does it serve to know all of this?  The rate of our social consumption enables this system to benefit the few at the cost of the many.

“Just because we do not believe in something, does not mean it does not exist.”

Mind Games:

How we interpret events and people is inherently biased.  The many filters we adopt and enable make it impossible to see things as they truly are.  Our individual realities are predominately instinctual and intellectual.  This is the design of society.  We receive and process information with our instincts and thoughts, establishing our perception and understanding with a fraction of our being.  This is how we surrender our personal power.  In the process, we suppress our feeling and insight, thus distorting and weakening the alignment of our intuition with our soul and the universe.  We become so invested in social reality, we defend and promote it more than we empower and manifest our soul’s unique purpose and destiny. 

The Psychosis of Debunking:

Discrediting alternative viewpoints has become an artform for many. Millions go online to debunk just about anything with a surplus of “sources” to defend their beliefs and perspectives.  Yet, this practice is not an expression of our instinctual and intellectual prowess.  It is more an imposition of our rampant egos and our voracious appetites for self-righteousness.  Given most of us have harsh opinions of ourselves, it feeds the socially charged, instinctual, intellectual and emotional vicious cycles to which we subscribe.  The profound reasoning for our quest to disprove truth is really our fears and insecurities emerging when our adopted lifestyle and perception is challenged.  For most of us, our egos dominate our being in our desire to feign artificial power.

Revisionist Perception:

We see only what we want, rarely what we need.  Our internal and environmental dynamics are riddled with acquiescence, cowardice, doubt and fear.  We are not born this way.  We are conditioned to emulate society’s impression and influence.  Our capacity for consciousness diminishes while we mature into adulthood.  As we are assimilated, our personal power is syphoned from us through our reactivity to social events.  The greatest hurdles in the “human race” are our anxiety, denial, resistance, self-righteousness and skepticism.  We believe only what we think is best for us, all while abandoning our personal power at every opportunity.  We adapt our perception to appease our fear.

Bursting the Bubble:

Social reality segregates us into limited domains of existence.  Our family, friends and colleagues occasionally occupy this obligatory relation we maintain. Yet even this relativity engenders exclusivity.  Beyond this familial bubble we build with our actions, decisions and fears, we have little to no awareness, connection, empathy or understanding.  We honestly do not care about the world outside of our self-induced borders.  We say we do, and at times we are inclined to become instinctually, intellectually or emotionally triggered into engagement, though our moments of epiphany and empathy pass.  Authentic relatedness is not about personal advantage, comfort, convenience or tolerance.  It is an opportunity to emerge from history to discover and embrace mystery.

The Art of Listening:

Recently, I participated in The New Agora’s “The New Now” online round table, moderated by Lorenzo Malowane, discussing men’s roles in contemporary times.  One of the many insights I experienced from the conversation is the foundation of possibility listening provides.  There was an energetic flow as everyone expressed their perspective and vision.  This is one of many key insights absent in society.  I have observed in either fluent or intense environments, once I offer listening without agenda, attachment and control, it instantly shifts the dynamic.  There are occasions to speak, yet many more opportunities to listen.  This vital practice empowers our transcendence beyond the duality of right and wrong, transforming our experience.

The Greatest Conspiracy:

The truth about conspiracy is we secretly believe because we feel the resonance of truth, we simply fear the social impact, ridicule and scrutiny.  We are a conspiracy theory of ourselves, chasing artificial power by focusing our attention on the peripheral and overlooking the true reality.  Our life, in relation to who we truly are, is a living delusion.  It is the con we run on ourselves.  We project a deceptive image to sustain our greatest conspiracy.  We are a lie we tell ourselves and others to escape our truth.  Every time we feel motivated to expose someone or something because it challenges the illusion we have designed to defend our belief, ego and fear, we should begin by observing ourselves as the only conspiracy theory worth debunking.

“In every conspiracy there is a seed of truth.”

Who Is Iam Saums?

“I am no one, and I am everyone…”

Originality:

My given name is William Howard Post.  That’s what the birth certificate says.  I was named after my Paternal and Maternal Grandfathers William Post and Howard Saums.  When I first began studying in The Fourth Way School, my fellow students began calling me Iam, which is the last 3 letters of my first name.  I would later discover the name Iam has Celtic origins, in relation with my Paternal and Maternal Grandmother’s lineages, Francis O’Day and Ruth O’Laverty.  In honor of my Grandfather Howard Saums, an inspirational and remarkable man to many in his community, “Iam Saums” is the name I chose to publish articles.

The Spark:

More than a decade ago, I began to observe the covert, intricate and influential nuances occurring in global society, primarily in the banking, corporate, medical, political and religious arenas.  I became present to an elusive network of secret, authoritarian organizations imposing an agenda to control the nations of the world, which angered, frustrated and eventually empowered me to capture my personal insights and observations via writing.  I would send them to select friends who I felt may be open to reading them.  One of them was author Elva Thompson.  Her experienced observations, passion and understanding inspired me to clarify, focus and express my own.  Elva’s encouragement and her intent to make a difference in this world helped to empower the genesis of Iam Saums.

Source Archives:

Every day I meditate twice, once in the morning and again in the afternoon.  I have been meditating for over 20 years in the Jain Tradition, the same Mahatma Gandhi embraced.  I have also participated in Lakota Ceremony for almost 20 years.  Over the last 2 decades I have experienced how these practices have empowered my awareness, creativity, intuition and transformation. This balance creates a foundation of focus, centering and grounding of my being to become an expression of the universe.  I chose this opportunity through creativity to manifest this energy and transform myself and my experience.  The content I am inspired to write and the energy beyond the words is greatly sourced by the universe.  

Creative Dynamics:

We are all multidimensional beings composed of a body, mind, heart, intuition and soul.  Yet, humanity primarily exists in the duality of instinct and intellect.  This is how social reality is designed and imposed, thus preventing us from relating with our heart, soul and the universe.  Our collective universality was fractured and lost ages ago during a great energetic schism.  Identifying, establishing and sustaining our balance with the multi-dimensionalilty of our being inspires us to relate with our soul and be a creative expression of the universe.  For each of us, it is both unique and vital.  Not only for our destiny, yet also for how we make the greatest difference by empowering each other with who we are being.

“I am a declaration of being.”

Vision and Observation:

Everything in this world is created from energy, insight, intention and expression.  In this new era, we have an extraordinary opportunity to become balanced, present, related and aligned with the universe.  Our focus on creativity, consciousness, experience and transformation nurtures the possibility and manifestation of our purpose, beginning with our vision and observation.  We are conditioned to be solely invested in our individual lives, unable to transcend the rampant duality of social reality.  Inevitably, we succumb to its tides and give our power away to anyone and anything willing to take it from us.  It is in this vicious cycle we sacrifice our lives to chase the dangling carrot constantly luring us toward the proverbial cliff of ordinary existence.

In Transition:

Now more than ever, we are shifting progressively into the embrace of a powerful, personal and collective destiny, if we choose.  Many are racing to return to the way things were before the world went sideways, oblivious to the universal potentialities available to all.  In the Spring of 2020, I was empowered and inspired by the possibility of a global awakening to shift us into universal being.  Yet recently, I am confronted with the disappointing reality many are choosing to strengthen their familial bubble and the illusion of normalcy in this era of transcendence.  This was and is still heartbreaking for me to this day. Though I choose to focus on universal vision, energy and possibility, I am at times overwhelmed by our forsaken potential for collective ascension.

The Truth of Reality:

Social reality is a weapon used against humanity to control, divide, influence and gain profit and power.  No matter how intelligent or wise we believe ourselves to be, this is the truth of reality.  We can deny, debate, protest and refute all we want, it does not alter the programmed conditioning of society. For decades, I have observed reality as an engineered, authoritarian system to enslave humanity into an illusion of choice, democracy, enterprise and freedom.  Distorting and syphoning our attention, energy and power while using our own fear of personal accountability, authenticity, integrity and vulnerability against us.  Social reality is a vortex of oblivion consuming our awareness, life force and possibility.        

The Reality of Truth:

There are over seven billion truths in the world.  Of course, they all fail to exist in our oppressive and imposing environment.  The reality of truth cannot be established with congregational education, politics, religion or spirituality.  It requires each of us to envision, focus, create, intend, express and manifest our truth with every breath.  Our personal truth cannot live in others, as their individual truth will not exist in ours.  It is a very intimate and private experience we share with the universe.  A sacred covenant and union we consciously choose long before we are born.  It is an incredibly challenging and lonely path to walk.  Yet, the enlightenment, fulfillment and transformation we create and experience is momentous, eternal and infinite.

As It Shall Be:

To be honest, I have no clue who Iam Saums is.  As with the many facets of each of our personalities, one that is fixed is unable to evolve, progress or transform.  I choose to believe my literary endeavors are shared experiences between my personal expression and the universe. At least this is my vision.  Perhaps I am guided by something greater, to be simply a current of energy in the vast ocean of universal consciousness.  Then again, what I am inspired to write has become and is my personal truth.  One that may resonate with others, yet nonetheless, my unique dance with the universe.  Establishing our truth empowers us to listen, express and thrive.  I have never been attached to what I write and how it may be received when published.  Only the possibility the words I am guided to convey may illuminate and inspire our collective experience, so we all become who we are destined to be.

“I am who the universe expresses.”

The Birth of Power

“It is a crime against our humanity to segregate ourselves from our personal power.”

In Transition:

Since early last year, we have had an extraordinary opportunity to become related with ourselves, find the ever-evolving balance between our body, mind and heart, relate with our intuition and align with our soul and the universe.  It seems a lot to fathom, let alone apply to our daily lives.  Yet, it is vital to the sustenance of our multidimensional being.  However, anxiety, indifference, ignorance, fear, opinion and self-righteousness are potent obstacles when navigating social reality.  Establishing and maintaining our balance in intense environments is ever more challenging. Going within ourselves and our experience offers us insight to identify and transform the societally conditioned narcissism of humanity.

Spectacle to Behold:

Removing our focal point from the external world and shifting into our inner observer is the key to transforming our experience.  Reality is the grandest of illusions, an enigma of existence, designed for the sole purpose of confusing, diverting and enslaving all in its seductive web of desire and temptation.  It is a brilliant diamond, faceted with mirrors to befuddle the wisest of explorers, leaving us with empty lives and afflicted with social psychoses.  The best way to trick people into believing they are awakened is to saturate perception and reality with propaganda and rhetoric to enable and promote “official” narratives as truth.  Social reality is a racket of deception, devised and enforced by the few to disempower the many.

The Human Schism:

It is astonishing how people are eagerly willing to acquiesce their personal power to the authoritarian organizations of society.  Yet, the instant they are asked to contribute their money, even to the worthiest of causes, they turn to stone.  Where and to what we place our value is symbolic of our experience.  There are essential moments in our lives when we are not present to the gravity of the choices we either do or don’t make.  Often, it is in these instances when we blindly set a course for personal obscurity.  Observation empowers us to draw pivotal distinctions, preventing us from falling prey to social pressures and enabling the schism between our soul and the universe.  Left to our societal devices, oblivion is inevitable.

To Covet and Defend:

There is one thing apparent since the pandemic began.  All our personal weaknesses we seek to hide from our family, friends and colleagues are now even more difficult to conceal.  As human beings, we have an innate tendency to avoid and escape our fears and insecurities.  When the scales of reality are upended, our desire to bolster our inner defenses fails within these current, declining social dynamics.  The psychological impact to us is devastating, sending us reeling and spiraling into our deepest darkness.  For some, it is an opportunity to shift into authenticity and transformation.  For most, a trigger to strengthen their defenses, raise their weapon of self-righteousness and bury the truth of themselves. 

“We have to face our darkness if we seek to become light.”

In Theory:

We engage and enable a dualistic society within a three-dimensional domain.  This paradigm is rarely challenged, as it is commonly accepted reality.  Yet, science neglects the validity of universality since the parameters of its own hypotheses deal primarily with intellectually proven fact instead of universally experienced insight.  Logic fails to understand multidimensionality as there are over seven billion perceptions in the world and the universe is ever transforming.  Regardless, it is apparent to most there is something extraordinary beyond what we can sense.  No matter how we choose to discover and explore universal being, when we are present to our experience, the conclusion is always the same.  Reality is an illusion. 

Against the Current:

We all make mountains of mole hills.  The human psyche tends to devise and embellish events and circumstances well before awareness, common sense and understanding intervene.  This is a characteristic many adopt, given its seeds are planted long before our consciousness is established.  Without daily practices of observation, meditation and transformation, the demons and tragedies we invent and enable grow in tandem with our ego, fear and oblivion.  Eventually, we produce perverse schemes in our reactions to social stimuli, exonerating ourselves from personal accountability.  This results in a loss of power and most importantly energy.  Yet, if we can destroy our power, we can also create it.  

Birth of Power:

Pure energy is the experience of true power.  Most of us do not practice a daily awareness of energy.  It exists much like a dream; abstract, elusive, foreign and even threatening.  When it flows through us, it can inspire an abundance of creativity, empowerment and insight.  It can also cause vortices of destruction, fear and oblivion.  The origin of our power is how we choose to experience and express our energy.  Its containment, conversion and expression define the quality of our existence.  Energy + focus + intention = power.  The universe is the eternal, expansive and infinite source of our vitality.  We exist primarily as finite beings.  Therefore, we experience only a fraction of our universal potential. 

A Claim to Be:

Social reality is the proverbial wool pulled over our eyes to supplement our deficiency of being.  When we seek to become and live awakened, it is essential for us to stake our claim.  The foundation of our being is energy.  The nature of its expression and manifestation is defined by our focus, purpose and willpower.  As multidimensional beings, it is our birthright to transcend our enslavements to duality, ego, fear and opinion.  When we hold a space for ourselves to transition from ordinary existence to extraordinary experience, we reclaim and shift our energy from gratifying our individual ambitions to inspiring collective transformation.  This is our personal power, best expressed when we embody universality to empower all.

“The death of self is the birth of power.”