Who produced the movie called Reality?
By Jon Rappoport
April 2, 2014
This question would strike most people as strange, to say the least.
But it’s strange only because most people don’t grasp the idea that they can invent reality themselves.
For them, reality sits there like an old plate of scrambled eggs, day after day, year after year. Wake up in the morning: yup, there’s that old plate of eggs.
The analogy breaks down, because they don’t eat the eggs and move on. They just look at them.
Artists, however, about whom I write much in these pages, take a different approach. They never got the memo about the unchanging nature of things.
Nor were they informed that change always comes from Someplace Else.
While I’m at it, here’s another message artists haven’t fully signed on to: “the patterns inscribed in the universe are so stunning, they should…
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