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1. I was just chatting with @Jesse_onya_m8 about Twatter and we ran an experiment.

I retweeted something of his and we watched each other's activity. He instantly saw activity (likes and retweets etc).

I got about 3 likes and 1 retweet. I saw a dim shadow of what he saw.
2. I then wondered if Twatter is an allegory for this realm of consciousness we find ourselves in:

- Divided by an unknown authority
- Banned from talking
- Free thinking is guided or banned
- Separated from friends
- Organised into groups
3. Ponder how the MSM organises us into "groups" and then labels us as distinct and divided.

We are either racist, sexist, right-wing, left-wing, everything-a-phobe, etc.

None of this defines who we are or how we really think.

This is mind control. Something is horribly wrong.
4. Consider that evil herds us into "groups". Explore this concept:

The "idea" of a group is an abstraction that actually contributes to our captivity.

Forests are not real, only trees are. A school of fish is not real, only the fish is. A flock is not real, only the bird is.
5. Considering humans as part of a community or a group is an "idea", which is an abstraction of who we really are.

An abstraction of something always allows someone to speak for the larger group.

This is the exact point that culture is born and where we consider fighting.
6. This system may have served us for a time but it is now oppressive and its leaders are demented with power.

Groups, cultures and collectives all lead to an "idea" of ourselves which we can more-easily identify with.
7. This invites a belief that the "group" is important and serves a common good. People groups provide the illusion of protection and solidarity. They appear to have foundations in love and care, but they create prisons of the mind as they abstract our true identity.
8. The idea of "great" leaders comes from group thinking which will always lead us back into captivity.

Group leadership forces people to ask if they can be governed (or controlled) in a better way.

Dictators and democracy is all the work of abstraction.
9. Both these avenues invite us to judge what is right or wrong and what is good or bad.

The world’s financial, political, corporate, religious and social systems are all founded on human aggregation into abstraction, which we call people-groups. It is subtle but very real.
10. A belief in people-groups and cultures engages a DNA code that will "take up a fight".

Fighting is not spiritual rest. Fighting does not bring joy or peace. Fighting is not the expression of God or the expression of pure love.

Fighting is the expression of fear.
11. Abstracting people into groups creates separateness and isolation. This will inevitably lead to more fighting, which is the operating platform for dictators.

This #GreatAwakening must deal with the dark energy that forces us to identify with an abstracted version of "us".
12. Only we can work this out for ourselves. It is an intimate journey, but not always an easy one.

Journey well my friend.
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