Information Restriction in The New World Order
Why Institutions Seek to Limit Access to Information
I want to say I completely understand governments move to ban websites that contain political and esoteric information. Esoteric knowledge would enable people to rise up from the ghastly and exhausting fear that leads them to tolerate the institutional ‘war economy’ and all its literal and figurative nuclear fallout. The only way that lending more rights to institutions will be tolerated by the masses is if they limit individual access to information.
When minds start to wander, they start to wonder. And if they wonder with esoteric knowledge or developed consciousness, people would be less likely to resign themselves to the physical world and the controlling institutions thereof. When people become aware of esoteric knowledge and esoteric viewpoints, institutional control becomes secondary. When people start to think for themselves they don’t resign themselves to institutional format and command, and might start to recognize When people start to think for themselves they can understanding the moral and legal divergence, and not simply follow and enforce “the rules” like institutional tools.
Here in the United States, the corporate bastion, the center of the culture of separation, the oligarchs have long killed any scholastic will beyond selfish learning. The USA abides by the policy of continuous superfluous “bread and circus” to keep people from desiring to learn about anything esoteric. In the USA our corporate controllers live by the Chinese oligarchical motto: ‘If you want to keep your cattle from running away, give them a big field.’ This essentially means that there is so much irrelevant and impotent information with importance placed on it (eg. celebrity culture) that the “cattle” minds do not wander away.
Understanding The Matrix of 4
Everything is subject to the measure of moral and immoral, using the Golden Rule as the dividing line. Once that is determined, the matrix of four can be utilized to cross reference the ideas of morality and legality.
There are four types of law; moral laws which promote moral acts, moral laws which promote immoral acts, immoral laws which promote immoral acts, and immoral laws which ultimately promote moral acts. Some laws instigate different actions by different individuals. Some laws instigate the crime they were explicitly written to prevent. Some laws are written with loop-holes for the few to benefit. Some laws cease crime, others create crime. Moral laws resulting in moral acts are the distinct part of this set.
There are also four actions relative to the intersection of morality and legality as well. There is the lawful/moral, unlawful/immoral, lawful/immoral, and unlawful/moral. The lawful/moral and the unlawful/immoral are the two most obvious and most common parts to the set. The lawful/immoral and the unlawful/moral are the two parts to the set which might occur less frequently, but are certainly realized and considered less. All individual and institutional actions can be interpreted through this matrix of four, again utilizing the Golden Rule as the centerpoint.
Controlling institutions do not want people realizing the matrix of 4 or contemplating their world from that understanding. Other esoteric knowledge related to the matrix of 4 (often sneakily labeled “metaphilosophy”) is the awareness of physical, mental, spiritual and natural aspects which inspire people to think beyond their physical world.
Idiots, Zealots, Elitists and Patriots
The Matrix of Four presents four types of political thinking and being; idiots, zealots, elitists and patriots and relates them to the four archetypes. Idiots refuse information, zealots refuse counter information to their preconception, elitists use information to control and patriots share information for liberty. These four characters align with the first four characters in The Bible, as well as the four characterizations so integral in the Quran. In the Quran the main four characterizations are the believers, non-believers, war-makers and peace-makers.
In the Bible the first four characters are Adam the idiot, Eve the zealot, Serpent the elitist and God the patriot. Adam the idiot believes whatever he is told. Eve the zealot believes what she wants to believe. Serpent the elitist lies and tricks. God the patriot tells the truth pertaining.
The truth is that institutions are taking the rights of the people, beginning with restriction on access to information.
Om symbolism refers to four states of consciousness; sleeping state, waking state, deep sleep and deep awakening. Please wake up to the institutions taking from individuals, don’t sleep on the Serpents.
Idiots, Zealots, Elitists and Patriots
These four societal archetypes are inevitably intertwined, and their aims entirely reconcilable. Although their behaviors are dissimilar, their differences fit together into one dysfunctional whole, comprising a society’s collective relationship to information, and indeed, its own truth.
To expand on the definition offered above, idiots avoid all new pertinent information in order to maintain their perspective, never questioning the status quo. Zealots ask certain questions of certain information, ignoring unaligned information in order to maintain their perspective, supporting the status quo at all costs. Elitists question information in order to manipulate and reap gains off those who don’t know, benefiting from the status quo. Patriots question information to educate themselves and share it with others, in order that we might progress beyond the status quo.
Despite dramatic alterations in the world’s geopolitical landscape, and some fluctuation of individuals from one group/role to another over time, the dynamic between these groups has historically remained the same. What has changed in the technological age is simply that we have more ways and means to use, misuse, refute and refuse information.
Today, just as ever, idiots avoid all new pertinent information in an attempt to maintain a limited, comfortable perspective. Zealots believe they have “the answer”. They ask certain questions of certain information, but ignore and dissociate from information that is unaligned to their pre-determined perspective. Elitists question information in order to manipulate those who do not have that information, to their own benefit. Patriots – true patriots – question information to educate themselves and share it with others in order that all may progress.
These archetypes may seem like generalizations; and they are. They are also ancient and universal in structured societies. How people interact with new information is a result of both primal response and experiential programming, so understanding these archetypes can reveal a great deal about people and their character. In my experience as a truth-seeker and an activist – a patriot – this is the only thought-model or assumption that can truly help us understand how people relate to information, and therefore how we can best relate information to them.
The Four Wise Monkeys
There is an ancient adage and image that depicts the thinking and being of people through a series of archetypal monkeys; Hear no evil, see no evil, and speak no evil.
Commonly known as The Wise Monkeys or The Three Wise Monkeys they are typically depicted sitting next to each other in a row. One covers its eyes, blinding itself. The second covers its ears, deafening itself. The third covers its mouth, gagging itself. Of these supposedly wise monkeys, none seem much the wiser for its ignorance. In fact, each character is hampering itself and its experience of its surroundings – of truth and information – in one way or another. And yet this adage of ‘wisdom’ is still widely accepted.
What most people don’t realize, however, is that the depiction of these ‘Three Wise Monkeys’ is a deliberately incomplete narrative; there is actually a fourth Wise Monkey that is seldom depicted in western interpretation. Representing the virtue ‘fear no evil’, the fourth monkey sits with its arms folded over its abdomen. It is the patriot who, fearing no evil, questions information to learn and share it with others, in order that all may progress. It is indeed the only of the monkeys that shows any wisdom at all!
The Four Wise Monkeys : hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil, fear no evil.
The four wise monkeys are reflective of the four archetypal reactions to information. In an oligarchical society, such as ours, which is structured to benefit a few at the expense of many, idiots shut their eyes to all information that puts this reality in their face and simply refuse to learn. Zealots fervently support the official narrative; they close their ears and do not hear what’s really going on, but tend to keep speaking nonetheless. Elitists keep their mouths shut and do not disclose what is seen and heard, understanding what is happening but opting rather for silence. Patriots, the least common of the monkeys, use all their senses; they observe but do not react in fear.
The archetype of the four wise monkeys is considered to be one of the oldest axioms with a corresponding image. The original concept has its roots in Chinese philosophy and can be traced back to at least the 8th century. In Japan, it is interpreted as akin to the Golden Rule and is also a play on words. The Japanese word for monkey is saru and the expression in Japanese uses verb forms that sound like the word monkey; mizaru, kikazaru, iwazaru and shizaru. Outside Japan, the predominant presentation of the wise monkeys around the world lacks the fourth monkey, fear no evil, shizaru.
Buddhists and many others interpret the wise monkeys as a karmic reminder of sorts not to participate in any form of evil, but it is more than that. This traditional interpretation states that one should not see, hear or speak of inconsequence. It is true that avoiding irrelevance is wise, but this is only part of the truth. In Asia people conceptualized that all movement, physically and metaphysically, begins and is anchored in the abdominal region or dantien, an energy point just above the belly button. The fourth monkey is unafraid and unflinching, and watches and listens calmly, with hands resting on the dantien. Like his companions in varied measure, the fourth monkey looks, listens and communicates, but does not react in fear of what is seen, heard and said.
It is no wonder the fourth monkey has been all but deleted from the archetypal presentation of the wise monkeys adage. He is the only truly wise monkey of the four, the patriot. The fourth wise monkey faces the truth without fear, a distinct contrast to the other three, apparently frightened monkeys. It is an old example of a missing whole truth and a partial presentation. The absence is normally unconsidered or trivial, but helps to point out the very lesson of the wise monkeys maxim.
What 1984 Can Teach Us About 2018
Similarly, in George Orwell’s seminal fiction/warning 1984, the Brotherhood (who are working to bring down the fascist rulers, ‘The Party’) are similarly deleted through the admission of language.
1984 by George Orwell tells the story of an imagined dystopian future. The Telescreen, which constantly transmits as well as oversees its audience. The “Theory and Practice to Oligarchical Collectivism” is the book within the book, providing the guidelines for this distopian society, which posits that there are three types of people in the society: the high (the Inner Party), the middle (the Outer Party) and the low (the Proles). Each conforms to the will of the collectivist society.
Those of low status are forced to accept the false imagery and demands of their society as their reality, they have been prisoners their whole lives and do not notice the fact they are imprisoned. In the middle (the Outer party) are the unchained, remaining totally transfixed on the party line, as told by the Telescreen. They are so loyal to the imagery and narrative created by their captors that they will believe whatever they are shown, rather than observe for themselves. They will believe two plus two is five, as the saying goes, as long as it is presented as such on the Telescreen. Essentially, they are the frightened monkeys.
For More The Matrix of Four
The Matrix of Four: The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity is an exploration of our consciousness, and presents a formula to develop our consciousness and surpass the limitations of traditional political and social constructs. In this work, Ethan relates and explains correlations between the four seasons, Aum, and a myriad of esoteric and exoteric ideas on consciousness to inspire creative thinking and being. He also explores mathematical and philosophical concepts to engage a higher thinking and being, verified using universality and human traditions beginning with the four operations of arithmetic, referencing the four archetypal characters in Plato’s The Allegory of the Cave, and much more.
About Ethan Indigo Smith:
Activist, author and Tai Chi teacher Ethan Indigo Smith was born on a farm in Maine and lived in Manhattan for a number of years before migrating west to Mendocino, California. Guided by a keen sense of integrity, humanity and justice, Ethan’s work is both deeply connected and extremely insightful, blending philosophy, politics, activism, spirituality, meditation and a unique sense of humour.
You can connect with Ethan on Facebook, check out his author page on Amazon, or visit his new websites, Geometry Of Energy and Meditation 108, where Ethan offers lessons on individuation, meditation, the conceptualization of energy, and the metaphysical significance of 108.
The key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness into our awareness.” ~ Lao Tzu
Author Ethan Indigo Smith’s book The Geometry of Energy explores meditation and meditative energies through the sacred four dimensions of geometry. Simple and profound, it is an empowering four-step meditation designed to lead to individuation, self-development, an enhanced understanding of energy, and psychological and spiritual cleansing.
Ethan’s publications include:
- The Complete Patriot’s Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism, an insightful exploration of history, philosophy and contemporary politics.
- The Little Green Book of Revolution an inspirational book based on ideas of peaceful revolution, historical activism and caring for the Earth like Native Americans.
- The controversial book, Terra-ist Letters, a work that humorously contrasts two very serious issues: the prohibition of marijuana and the promotion of nuclear experimentation.
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