Updated: Jan 12
For the Supersticious, breaking a mirror is believed to bring bad luck. While this isnt literally true, there is an occulted wisdom behind it.
Mirrors reflect. Its that simple. They reflect what we are not able to see - OURSELVES.
In the early days of the internet, it was open and unbiased. It clearly allowed us to see much deeper into society, beyond ourselves, our limited circle of friends, our own little towns. It has allowed us to find and share like never before. Knowledge of the world exploded!
Strike a mirror and you will bloody your hand, make a mess, but one thing that wont happen is stopping the existence of what was reflected. All that one accomplishes, is making it harder to see things. Thusly, it makes one more ignorant.
It deepens and darkens our shadows. And there begins the real “bad luck”!
“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
~ Carl G. Jung
Last year, I did not enjoy seeing thousands of people in dozens of cities, looting, burning them down as politicians fueled them to keep on, leading to dozens of murders in the streets at events that were intended to be peaceful. As uncomfortable as they were, I knew that it was merely a reflection.
I didnt turn away, and I didnt beg for someone to kill the signal. I knew it was something that we all needed to see and come to terms with.
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They have slowly been electronically burning the past, deepening the shadows around us.
Why do you believe that is?
With the amount of historical literature available here, we are an authority on history, and believe me when I say that the good guys DONT HIDE OR CENSOR INFORMATION. Only tyrants do that. Only people with something to hide do that. Only insecure people do that!
“When you tear out a man's tongue, you are not proving him a liar, you're only telling the world that you fear what he might say.”
~ George R.R. Martin
So when I see so many people online proudly celebrating, or merely excusing the behavior of Big Tech, I see their action akin to a person having a tantrum and breaking a mirror. They cant face it. So they seek to break the mirror.
But again, there is just nothing productive that comes from it. All they do is make it harder to see, ignoring for only moments, but always having to come back to the raw truth of matters - that they will have to change what is in the mirror if they dont like what they see.
Social media has nurtured a generation of world class narcissists, and the last thing they want to see is a reflection they dont like. They will post a million selfies from the same two angles, ignorant to the fact that they cant force everyone else to see them that way, especially in the real world.
They are going to have to come down to reality at some point, and learn acceptance. There are a mutitude of other angles to consider, each just as real at the few they choose to live in.
“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
~ Sun Tzu, The Art of War
FACE IT!!! KNOW IT!!!
Dont hide your PERCEIVED enemy from sight. And dont hide from the polarity of your views, because through polarity we understand ourselves better.
Breaking these mirrors will bring about much “bad luck”, as the shadows grow deeper and darker.
Doc de Lux