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Antithesis Of Perfect

Posted in Poem, Self Esteem, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 19, 2014 by shatteredbutterfly

Carping sentiments cascade from you’re mouth might be reflected
From a tired mind, a heavy heart that’s been neglected
Your tiny lies piling up into a collection
As though you’re unaware to whom they’re being directed
With every bit of self doubt it’s not only yourself who’s become infected
No awareness of how an attitude so demonizing may be subjected

You say you’re more than qualified as the antithesis of perfect
Yet you fail at convincing me of you’re insignificance

You try to insist that I believe
that you must be nothing special
but if that were true there would be no way to achieve
an aura so magnetizing

Why, I must be misconceived, I must have become delusional
What possibilities are there to show you the light within you is provable

If a daisy could deflect it’s own simple charm
By measuring itself to rose or an orchid
It’s pointed out it’s own point of view has grown distorted

Stop fretting about the sun or the moon
being in the correct alignment
There are some things we may never change, like a a matter of our climate



Simulated Realities: The Saviour Complex in the Media Mind

Posted in Culture, Self Esteem, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on February 27, 2012 by shatteredbutterfly

This post inspired by this radio show with Thomas Sheridan, and this blog post by Alex Robinson:

Both have something in common, the revelation of how much we have become de-humanized & played. This is a war really, a war against humanity. Yet, no one has informed us of this war, and if we’re not careful we’ll consent to it blindly. (if we haven’t already)

Some points I got from Thomas Sheridan:
– If we merge with machine, and are no longer fully human, what happens to our human rights?
– Breast implants are a form of transhumanism

Sheridan says that this de-humanization. It is also transhumanism, because you could have a real woman!

Along the lines of breast augmentation & dehumanization, there is a movement that likes to hire models and actresses to represent them. While advocating animals rights, they also glorify and promote dehumanization. Their name is Peta, People for the Ethical treatment of animals. It’s not that I have anything against what they’re trying to achieve, which would be protecting animals against animal testing, or entertainment purposes. Peta’s demonstrations are dehumanizing and extreme, and also use tactics such as cognitive dissonance.

After seeing the documentary, “The Cove” I promised myself I wouldn’t go to an Aquarium again (or zoo) Even though I might enjoy seeing those animals and marine life in person, I understand that that setting is very unnatural, and they belong in the wild. I have yet to make other steps, like go vegetarian or throw away make-up that promotes animal testing. So while this post may point out Peta’s hypocrisy, mind you, I also have a long way to go myself.

A good example of transhumanism (breast implants) and dehumanization. Is that ad above for soft core porn, or for going vegetarian? It’s sending the message that Pamela is just a piece of meat, and most of all, just an animal. 

So torture to animals is not alright, but when it comes to demeaning human sexuality, it is? Those two ads on the top right promote unhealthy sexual deviance. Whips & chains = torture and pain. Pseudo Occult media also reference’s Dita Von Teese here  (nsfw)

So what we actually have here is promotion of dehumanization by Peta & the music industry. Below is a Lady Gaga photoshoot with a metropolis/transhumanist theme. To me, it symbolises the death of human dignity and spirit, and the rise of something archonic.

Our culture is obsessed with perfection. For woman especially, the message we get is, “You’re just a piece of flesh, you have nothing more to offer than your looks” Where does this desire for absolute perfection come from? I would have to say part of it comes from religion. For thousands of years the Saviour mindset has infected humanity. We were born into Original Sin, the saying goes. That means no matter what we do, we will never be good enough.

The message is that we need a saviour outside of ourselves to bring us to redemption. In our modern day cult-ure, our image is how we are redeemed to perfection once more. Going a step further, the message is that we’re not allowed to have flaws, that we should strive to be something other than human. Humanity is flawed, and that is not acceptable. Does the picture below give you a good idea of how warped this message is? This mind parasite turns imperfect natural beauties into a plastic frame, whose inner worth has been diminished to it’s outside appearance.

Some closing words:

“The most important thing is to stop and take a break from the bullshit that’s bombarding us. they want us 24 hours bombarded. When you have time to pause, you have time to think, when you have time to think, you have time to create.” – Thomas Sheridan

“Transhumanism is basically dehumanizing humans to the point where they’re just robots, basically following software instructions. and that’s already happening. That is the real transhumanism that’s happening around us.” – Celtic Rebel