Tools of an evolving world
Transforming as we go
Saddled within group think
As ballast for Status Quo
Or, a catalyst for change
Divesting what we think we know
From empirical investment
Of the quantitative flow
9:35 AM – 9:48 AM
[8/26/20] Note: Sometimes when I go back to type what I’ve written, I
think, what on earth did I mean. That’s the way this one struck me when I
first read it.
I’ve recently used the term ‘empirical’ many times lately, referring to our
tendency to give credence to those things we can touch, taste, see, hear or
feel with our hands. Being born into the world, our early stages of
development take us to that aspect of the world. We start out accepting
things on their merit. But, as the wind shifts and we begin to see there’s
more to the story than what appears on the surface, we begin to question.
That’s the stage humanity is at currently. We are no longer blinded by the
lies that attempt to hold Status Quo, and thus non-movement, in place. We
are rapidly moving into position to see how the use of modern technology is
being developed and used to influence and program our reactions, in an
effort to keep us ignorant to the underlying intentions of a small group.
In terms of the ‘quantitative flow’ that’s mentioned, it refers to the
massive quantity of information that we’re swamped with in order to keep us
participating in the world as someone else wants it to operate.
As ‘group think’ moves through and begins to change the group dynamic such
as the Q-anon Movement, the logger-jam of disinformation is being
dismantled and the winds of change are implemented.