Hello, my name is the late 20th century and I’d like to massively misinform you about the nature of Karma!
The concept of Karma has become massively popular in modern culture, even outside the spiritual sphere of thinking due in part to pop-culture references (such as the Radiohead album Karma Police, video games like Fable, Fallout and Mass Effect and the shows likeThe Simpsons), but also largely due to a rise in general spiritual awareness. You could ask any man, woman or child to define it and they would probably all be able to give you a fairly comprehensive answer. It would most likely go something like this:
“If you do bad stuff, bad stuff will happen to you.” Continue reading
Now, I’m far from crazy: I don’t believe that 9/11 was an inside job, I’m pretty sure that there are no aliens in Area 51 and there’s no way FEMA could be conspiring against the citizens it was commissioned to protect.
I’m not a ‘conspiracy theorist’ in any sense of the term, so when I tell you that in spite of this it isfact that the world is constructed in a manner which constricts our actions and thoughts it should have a little more clout than if I was a tinfoil-hatted homeless man. In spite of this, the vast majority of people reading this will still probably reject it as paranoid gobbledegook- which means that the control systems are doing their job!
Here in Britain, the setting of George Orwell’s utterly fantastic 1984 we are already careening wildly down a path which restricts civil liberties to such a degree that an Orwell himself would have been ashamed about the caste-run dystopia into which we have evolved. The United Kingdom is notorious in the international community for its utility of a social construct known as the Panopticon, with over 1.85 million CCTV cameras observing every action taken by every citizen. On average you are observed by a government representative every 35 seconds. Continue reading