How to Read the World Like the Matrix

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how to read the world like the matrix

Is This The Matrix?

According to math it would seem that yes we live in a matrix of some sort. Whether you’re looking through the lens of Superstring Theory, which is an attempt to explain the connection between all particles and universal forces, or if you’re familiar with GAGUT (God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem) which is a formula proven to explain any and everything in existence, it seems that we live in a world that was formulated in its inception. Who could argue with this, certainly not the religious believers for they know the name of the creator him/herself that put it all together and scientist have revealed the repeating of formulas and numbers all throughout the cosmos similar to the repeating 1’s and 0’s that command the whole visual/sound spectrum that comes from our computers. This is not science fiction, this is reality and no one can deny that there are laws to the universe no matter if we perceive that some may become broken.or. That only means we had the wrong law to begin with.

If we accept that we live in a pre-constructed matrix that was built on the authority of a greater mind and all control/direction is predicated on what the architect designed, do we really have any control over our own lives? Is free will real? Do any of our actions have any real consequences? Erroneous questions if you ask me, or maybe my programing is meant to think that. Either way, we can all agree that thoughts are flowing through our minds and we are engaging in the perceived action of making daily decisions so I propose that we focus on a more relative question being, “How do we decode the Matrix?” Better yet, how do we read the world?

The following topics/sects are in no particular order of importance only because they are all equally necessary and influential on how one decoder reads the world/matrix. In fact, it’s just like how they teach you multiple subjects through your grade school years with no emphasis on any specific subject. Instead, they are taught in congruence with each other and if taught correctly you will grow up understanding the connections between them all.

Before we officially begin, I want to preface the following information with what we are looking for in the world. PATTERNS.

Society

First, we will read society. This has a macro and micro connotation to it. On its smallest scale we focus on friends and family. On its largest scale we will look at the world. Starting from the bottom, you want to pay attention to the language your friends and your family use on an everyday basis. This will tell you what is perceived as their focal point of attention. You also want to pay attention to the type of jobs they work, the amount of money they make, the level of education the adults have, and notice what kind of extracurricular activities they indulge in during their free time.

Now we will zoom our lens out a bit to look at the community in which you reside. What is the average income per home? How about the average family size? How does the neighborhood appear to the outside eyes? How are the elderly treated or housed? What are the common complaints of the community? How do the neighbors interact with each other? What is the ethnic majority?

From community we go to city. This is the accumulation of communities with a given set of county borders. Here, we compare the differences in the averages when it comes to income, education, ethnicity, family size, major issues, occupation, neighborhood upkeep, and the level of city program involvement.

When you add all of the cities together within a particular region you have now what is called a state. The lines get blurred as far as how a community is operating for we are throwing them into the average that make up any particular city. This is where bigger generalizations are made regarding job opportunities, average income, crime levels, graduation rates, population density, industry concentration, and urban to rural areas.

Of course, not all countries have what we call in the US “states” but they do have territories, and when these states/territories come together to form a country you now have even bigger and more exaggerated generalizations coupled with the differences in laws, politics, and regulations on how each state government organizes itself.

Finally, we’ve come to the world society where people are judged based on the country they are from which resides in one of the 7 continents floating on this giant water ball hurling through the universe. With this macrocosm lens we can download a countries GDP, geographic climate, major resources, health rate, poverty rate (more precise at a state level), literacy rate, University Prestige, technology advancements, medical system, military power, debt level, ethnic population, social classes, diseases, government practices, government officials, major sports, the culture, religious backgrounds, and media practices as well as focused attention.

Traditions

I purposely placed this section right after society for the same shared principle of the macrocosm and microcosm perspective necessary to understand the depths in which traditions play. These being 2 concepts I like to call:

  1. The conscious passing down or accepting of traditional behavior/actions
  2. The unconscious traditional behavior unknowingly adopted by a group

These two concepts of traditional behavioral duplication applies to family, friend groups, schools, sports teams, states/territories, countries, geographic locals, ethnic backgrounds, race, cultures, industries, religion, gender, government, organizations, companies, and social status traditions. The difference between the two, besides the obvious conscious vs. unconscious, is that the former is based on direct teaching and studying. The latter is more related to natural and historical human behavior.

So, this is very simple. We want to read the patterns of this matrix and the immediate world around us. Part of doing that is knowing how any particular group or persons does things on a normal basis as well as understanding how certain conditions, environments, stressors, and beliefs affect the average persons actions. Basically, we are peering into their traditional history.

History

This subject has nothing to do with the macro and micro and all to do with the TRUTH, the WHOLE TRUTH, and nothing but the TRUTH. I emphasize truth because not all history is the truth and this is where the matrix can get murky if you do not have the right combination of zeroes and ones.

In fact, these “alternative facts” could be what I call false code. Data that has been fabricated and substituted in for the original message. Sometimes accidentally, other times purposely. Both happen and both effect how you see the world.

When it comes to history, what exactly are we looking to read? You want to know the common school knowledge and compare it with not so common scholarly shared information. From the years and dates when big events happened, to how and why they happened, even who was responsible and who it happened to. You want to fill in the gaps and straighten out the contradictions. Study who is in charge of the main stream historical rhetoric and analyze what motives they could possibly have; based on the benefits they would posses if they were to selfishly spin the news to fit their narrative. Compare and contrast cultures, empires, and territories and find commonalities between certain sects of people. Most importantly, study that which is considered taboo, conspiracy, and ridiculous for that is where the dirty truth is uncovered amongst the clean and well designed fantasies of the dominating society, organization or traditions.

Science

Here is where almost nobody sees any necessity or reason to dig their noses, let alone their brains into. The vast, complex, and intricate world of science. The funny thing is you and I know that the entire universe is explained officially through science, even the unexplainable phenomenons.

Why is science so under utilized and unappreciated is up for debate, but if you know even the smallest thing about computers you’ll agree that it is all a science to making it run. This means the world-wide web is brought to us by science workers. So, it would surmise that our universe, which is based on laws and math equations, would operate based solely on scientific principles (known and unknown) including the way we think. To me, this means we can literally read the matrix and possibly our thoughts.

I believe a big reason why people don’t take much interest in science is because they don’t see how it connects to their everyday life. Honestly, the lack of this knowledge hurts our decision making abilities. The chances of you following the wrong path goes up because you are more likely to choose what FEELS the best instead of what IS best.

To keep this as simple and brief as possible, you want to understand the world, the universe and the matrix from its most minute level known as the Hydrogen atom; comprised of an electron, a proton, and a neutron. Next, you want to understand how all science related words relate to the structure of this atom and its many combinations for this is all the universe is; a bunch of Hydrogen atoms bonding and breaking apart. From here we can effectively study all of the obvious and not so obvious scientific fields relating them all back to the Hydrogen atom. This includes biology, chemistry, astrology, physiology, astronomy, mathematics, physics, geology, geography, quantum physics, and metaphysics. These obvious sciences help to explain nutrition, exercise, disease, genetics, physical performance, rehabilitation, psychology, anthropology, numerology, zodiacs, history, inventions, literature, music, sex, sports, education, economics, politics, government and human behavior.

People

We left off at human behavior, so let’s move onto our most popular and confusing subject, PEOPLE. Why is it the most popular subject? Because everybody wants to know what the person next to them is going to do next. Why is it the most confusing? Because people don’t seem to know what the person next to them is going to do. The second part is only half-true, for we typically can read if a person is overly good or bad by the ridiculous amount of positive or negative deeds they commit. We can at least tell if the last deed was good or bad. Where we struggle is to what degree is a person good or bad. The reason why we struggle is because you can’t always tell until a person is put in certain situations to force them to make a powerful and possibly life altering decision. Plus, good and bad is sometimes a matter of perspective.

It would be best to put the good vs bad idea to the side and instead focus on what type of person you are dealing with. To sum it up most proficiently, people can be placed into categories based on their personality. Of course, the more you hang around a person the more precise you can be with organizing people’s behaviors, but not everybody has this luxury so we have to move fast. These categories go from broad generalizations to specific situational behavior. Basically you have those who you can be label as motivated, ambitious, nervous, anxious, short-tempered, sneaky, trustworthy, masculine, feminine, flirtatious, religious, introverted, extroverted, showboats, awkward, focused, disorganized and the list goes on. While on the other hand, most people fit these categories based on the situation. Do you see the problem here? I’m getting confused already, but this doesn’t mean it’s not a good strategy. Just an incomplete one.

Beyond categorizing people’s personality types, you must also categorize people’s body language. When I say body language, I’m referring to how they walk, talk, stand, their voice fluctuates, eyes move, pupils dilate, what they wear, their hand gestures, sitting down postures, breathing patterns, and even their facial expressions. This is how we read a person in real-time, that way we are not boxed in solely by what they’ve done in the past. By reading a person’s body language in real-time, what you’re really doing is analyzing their emotions which will dictate the choices they are most likely to choose from. In combination with who you believe they already are, you can develop a quick synopsis of what most likely will happen next. But first, you have to learn what these signals most commonly mean a person is thinking or feeling.

Inner Self

Now we come back to the macrocosm vs microcosm aspect once again. We’ve been focusing on everything that is not you (macrocosm) and will end it with you (microcosm). The great thing about it is you already know who you are, but do you know who your are in congruence with in this world? Secondly, do you know who you wish to become?

I say “to become” because right now all across the universe everything is becoming something. Energy is never stagnant and matter is forever transforming, so what are you turning into?

We’re not just talking about your basic personality and personal history. We’re talking about suppressed memories, blood lines, birthday date, dreams, beliefs, who you know, your diet, your health, your gut bacteria, your education level, your ignorance, even how and where you were raised. Just because you are you doesn’t always mean you recognize where you are headed. It just means you think you know.

As above, so below. As in the heavens, so it is in your temple. As is in the past, so it is in your future. Life is not just a series of big and small difference scales, it is also a conglomerate of macro and micro scales of the same design. As the planets revolve around the sun, the electrons revolve around the nucleus. As corruption enters into a company, corruption enters just as rapidly into our governments. How about as God created intelligence, mankind has created artificial intelligence to mimic God’s original creation. This is how you put it all together, by seeing the big in the small and small in the big. It’s pattern recognition. It does not change, it just reconfigured itself, but you’ve seen a version of it somewhere if you think hard enough about it. The matrix is the same zeros and ones being played over and over again like how the universe is the same positive and negative be re-established throughout the cosmos. If you want to be able to successfully translate it in real-time, become obsessed with finding everything without as well as  within you.
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