Whenever I read about people in high places who claim to have access to, and seem to definitively analyze, and come to conclusions about, what appear from the outside to be hidden webby entanglements of data points and networks of various kinds, I start to think of mycellium, that vast hidden webby underground network that nourishes and connects plants to one another from below, showing itself only in its “fruits” — mushrooms.
There is no single point from which mycellium grows. No “final cause,” one might say. Nature apparently doesn’t work that way. Nature doesn’t make pyramidal structures in which “power” flows top to bottom the same way humans do, with the “top dog” at the tippy top point who controls all the rest.
Have you noticed? Always, we contemporary humans tend to ask: “Who is ultimately responsible for . . .” whatever we think is happening! If we could only find that one person or group (or that single, or group of, ET species?), we could then just lop off that identified head of this monstrous mechanism and be done with it. Unless of course, it’s “hydra-headed,” which is becoming more and more the way some of us think about who controls what. And to call something hydra-headed, to see the monster as an octopus, a part of nature! I.e., we begin to smear our usual way of thinking.
In the western world, we have been indoctrinated to believe in “logic,” with assumptions at the top, sense data at the bottom, and rules for the flow from one to the other, bottom to top (evidence that “proves” assumptions) and top to bottom (the usually unnoticed framework, or window, or lens, through which we interpret what we see, hear, smell, touch, taste). And, we are indoctrinated to believe in “linear chains,” lines that flow “logically” from top to bottom, bottom to top. And always, we seek to know “what” (or “who”) is at the top? Who is ultimately responsible for whatever we think is going on? Who to blame?
But what if nature works more according to the Buddhist way of seeing/being, what is called “co-dependent arising.” Everything is working together, moving together; there’s no sure way of either separating anything out from anything else, or of saying “this causes that.” All that we call “reality” moves and breathes together.
To my mind, the Buddhist approach to reality is much more natural, akin to the phenomenon of mycellium webs threaded throughout nature from below, nourishing all unreservedly.
Or, in the case of trying to figure out who’s responsible for the plandemic, poisoning all unreservedly!
The above is my intuitive hunch, which I attempt to describe in this somewhat off-the-cuff conjecture about the relative value of this and other videos by “experts” who investigate what appear to be the hidden networks behind surface reality. This case, our expert calls it the Shadow Government, a relatively old term, and I wonder if he would equate it to what, in the past few years, we have been identifying as the Deep State?
When I think of either term, I think especially of immense heaving bloated unelected bureaucratic structural edifices that seek to protect and expand whatever are already included in their domains. In other words, it seems obvious to me that this is the inescapable nature of human-made bureaucracies, that, unless curbed, they do tend to entrench and expand. Think of it. You’re someone somewhere in the middle of a bureaucracy, say the head of some department or other. In order to advance in rank, move up in the bureaucratic pyramid, you seek to expand the programs under your control, hire new workers to staff them, etc. The more you control and enlarge, the more likely you will climb up the proverbial ladder of “success,” — and, the larger, more extensive the bureaucracy of which you are a part.
But here’s a man who’s more like Dr. David Martin, in that he also is looking at making sense of the extraordinary complexity of whatever is going on behind the appearances, and he also sees his version of the malevolent, machiavellian structure behind it, discerned, in this case, by long contemplation of what he calls four “data bases” that he now owns, which link people, functions, programs, and organizations together, and all subsumed to, what he thinks are the top dogs, those 38 people who control the whole world.
What I do very much appreciate about this Frenchman, Philippe Argillier, is his statement that he is motivated by his consciousness (by which I assume he means “conscience”). Whether or not his analysis of the networks that invisibly circle the whole world really do have an actual tippy top, where those 38 reside, I have of course no idea. But I do think it may behoove us to think more in terms of mycellium, because when we do, we realize that what’s really going on, is some people are NOT motivated, as he is by conscience. That in fact they have no conscience. That they are psychopaths, with no remorse, who will do anything to get where they want to go. And that these soulless people, when they get together, tend to create poisonous mycellium networks with poisoned fruit: the corrupted institutions that govern our world: banking, government, medicine, media, academia, entertainment, and so on. And that, finally, it may be the case that the question: who controls the whole thing? is itself not even real. Any webby mycellium “structure” can be analyzed in myriads of ways, but you’re never going to be able to say “here is where it starts,” this is the first cause and that the final cause. Because the linear thinking of our left brains is, simply, way too simplistic to actually be able to fully describe the mysterious underworld, whether it be that created by humans and now called the Shadow Government, or that called mycellium, found in the soil of the natural world.
So, for me, the point of all this is, have a conscience. Be an ethical person. Do not let yourself get roped into any of these poisonous webs that have permeated our planet.
And to do that, to have a conscience, means to attune to one’s own divine, immortal, sovereign soul.