The Rabbit Holes in The Rabbit Hole

by ChaosNavigator

"The Buddha had already been teaching on groundlessness for some time. Many of the students there on Vulture Peak Mountain had a profound realization of impermanence and egolessness, the truth that nothing - including ourselves - is solid or predictable. They understood the suffering that results from grasping and fixation. They had learned this from Buddha himself; they had experienced its profundity in meditation. But the Buddha knew that our tendency to seek solid ground is deeply rooted. Ego can use anything to maintain the illusion of security, including the belief in insubstantiality and change. So the Buddha did something shocking. With the prajnaparamita (perfection of unconditional wisdom) teachings, he pulled the rug out completely, taking his students further into groundlessness. He told the audience that whatever they believed had to be let go. This was not comfortable
news for the audience to hear."

- Buddha's Revelations on Vulture Peak Mountain

"The Truth, when you finally chase it down, is almost always far worse than your darkest visions and fears."

- Hunter S. Thompson: Kingdom of Fear

'Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.'
- Buddha

It could be a worthwhile exercise in discernment to visit the sophisticated truth-excavator Miles Mathis, a talented artist and mathematician, as he seems to exemplify my last often-quoted dictum above by Buddha to the extreme, not to mention one of my favorite quotes; 'Everything you know is wrong'

Mathis' research is vast, and sort of the spearhead of what could be named 'the rabbit hole inside the rabbit hole'. At least.

So this is clearly not for people who are at level zero....What the hell am I talking about? 

Well, '1st level' is always the mainstream version..well..actually it's zero, cause nothing have yet been excavated by independent thinking and observation, only spoon-fed to you by lamestream robotic programming.

The 2nd level (in reality the first level, given that the above is zero) is the first layer of deprogramming yourself and the world around you.

The 3rd level narrative is much of what Miles Mathis seem to be doing and probably at a 4th level as well ( as well as the 2. level as it does not always contradict the 3rd level but can include several points)

Example: At the first level Putin is a brutal dictator - the mainstream version.

At the second level Putin is a good rebel against the brutal New World Order and CIA/Mossad/NATO proxy warriors in Ukraine and Syria - the alternative version and much evidence supports this.

At the third level both USA and Russia are playing a false dialectic - the so-called third narrative (see The Battle for the New Grand Narrative fx)

Ayatollah Khomeni fx. - it turns out - was a western intelligence asset.

The concept, 'controlled opposition' or 'false opposition' does not even exist on the radar of the mainstream subscribers, let alone real opposition. What is there to oppose anyway? To acknowledge the former you would have to acknowledge the latter first, and most people have no clue.

Well, according to Mathis there are at least 3 levels (my expression, not his).

One must assume that Mathis probably got that knack of doubting surface 'reality' via his perception/interpretation from following his own disposition (which is something many people in the so-called truth/justice- movements do and the same reason why they are not predisposed for cognitive dissonance to the same degree when confronted with 2. and 3. narratives):

"If you don't naturally notice things, you can teach yourself to notice much more than you do. The first way to do that is to ignore all the implicit advice from society to not notice things. For instance, we are taught that it is impolite to stare. Well, yes, it is impolite and impolitic to stare at a person to the point of making them uncomfortable. That won't do you any good. But if you aren't scary and if you remember to smile, you can look at almost anything or anyone as long as you like. In fact, it is your right. You have eyes and you have the right to look at whatever you wish to look at. If people don't want to be seen, they should stay home or wear a burka.

So, whenever you go out, look at everything . Do not look away from anything. If you get caught, just smile innocently. Also, it is OK to make judgments. As you look at everything, categorize it in any way you like. Practice categorizing it in as many ways as possible. Just as it is your right to look, it is your right to judge. I am not saying you should be damning people to hell, I just mean you should be free to go, “Oh, he's tall, she's pretty, that dog is dirty, that sign is stupid, and so on.” Those are all judgments, of a sort. It is just you seeing things and putting them in slots in your mind. Not only is that OK, it is necessary if you are going to get any smarter than you already are. If you put something in the wrong slot, that is OK, too: you can switch slots later. The important thing is that you have some opinion about everything that you see. It is that feeling that will make what you see stick in your mind. If you don't allow yourself to have a feeling about it, it won't stick. It will just slide through your brain like beer through the bladder.

Another thing has helped me get where I am, and it is very important. It is the fact that I believe in truth. I am not a relativist. Whenever I have been taught relativism of any kind, I have simply handed it back to the teacher. We don't even need to get into a long discussion about truth here, since even if you don't believe in truth, you should pretend you do. I happen to believe in it very strongly, but I don't think it is something you can convince someone of. If someone has no strong innate connection to the idea of truth, it is unlikely I am going to be able to give it to them. So I will just argue in utilitarian and political terms here. In my opinion, relativism makes you less intelligent, and it is sold to you for that reason.

Relativism prevents you from making those judgments I was talking about above. Without those judgments, things don't stick in your brain. If you are a relativist, you just don't care one way or the other, and if you don't care, then your brain has no reason to hold on to data. So you have to find some reason to care. Believing in the truth is the natural way to do that. Some will say that you can't pretend to believe in truth if you don't, and that is probably true. So start with those things you care about. Call them your truths, and build from there. You will find that those things you care about require you to look at and care about other things, and as you widen your net, your truth grows. The point is, you want to care about more things, and include more things in your truth, not less. Relativism is sold to you to make you do the opposite."

- Miles Mathis, 'Robert Anton Wilson: Spook-Baby. I out another nest of probable agents'

Mathis is very slowly beginning to make a buzz among the '2. level narrativists' across the internet (at the Daily Bell fx [3rd level mostly] , Veteran's Today, etc.).

To add more labyrinths to the maze of Russian Dolls some ask whether Mathis himself is COINTEL damage control to the enormous awakening happening on level zero and level 2. Or is it the other way around - that he is onto something? That eternal 'conspiranoid' point about 'who is who?' COINTEL notwithstanding, and in spite of certain things that might be beyond credibility, his work is still an exercise in discernment for mostly 2. and 3. 'narrativists'.

This is only an introduction to his works. Mathis is a lone rare voice in the wilderness, as all 3rd level narrativists are. Is he a testimony to the fact that it's easier to mislead many men than one (in itself the implication of his work) on an even deeper level than the 2nd? He is challenging many of the 2. level most cherished assumptions.

How deep does the rabbit hole go? You be the judge - a selection of Miles Mathis' work - fasten your seat belts:

A short selection from:

The Hippie Matrix. How the government co-opted the hippie, anti-war, and environmental movements. Including an outing of Ram Dass, Stewart Brand, and Larry Brilliant.

Elvis Aron Presley: Intelligence Project. A long paper that will likely blow your socks off. It surprised me, and I wrote it.

Noam Chomsky is and always has been a Spook. I have appended a long email I received from a reader—a reader who was a graduate student in linguistics at MIT. He confirms my reading of Chomsky, adding some tasty bits.

Looks Like David Irving is Jewish. So what, you say? He is also the world's most famous Holocaust denier.

JFK - The Hidden King: Camelot ruled from the Cave of Merlin.
If you thought you had hit the bottom of the rabbit hole, click on the title here. Take a deep breath first, though.of apiece: nothing you think you know, all the way back to 1944, is true.

What I Finally Understood. Commentary on famous people, gun control, Smith&Wesson, and Larouche.

Learn to Recognize Government Disinformation. I link to Edward Snowden's leaked documents, which prove government agencies are using lies and other dirty tricks in online forums to discredit people.

Steve Jobs: Bold, Brilliant, Brutal. . . Fake. We find that everyone involved in the Apple project is not who you were told.

Proof John Lennon's Death was Faked. Also includes a short analysis of Michael Jackson's alleged death.

Fidel Castro: CIA Agent. Where we learn more about Castro, John Wilkes Booth, Gram Parsons, Harry Belafonte, and others

I don't Believe in Elon Musk. I compile evidence that Musk is an Intel creation.

A Game of Fakes. Where I look at “Game of Thrones”, Spotlight, David Bowie, and Prince.

Kabbalah, Hermeticism and the Occult. I go back five centuries and show you that even then you could substitute “Intelligence” everywhere you found “the Occult.” Including a close look at the Medicis and the Rockefellers.

The Earth is not Flat. A short response to a deluge of emails.

The Monica Lewinsky Scandal was Faked. Lots of photo analysis, plus commentary on Bill and Hillary, Vince Foster, the Jacobs family, Skolnick, and much more.

The Great Harry Potter Hoax. Where Rowling is shown to be a probable front.

Was Dresden also Faked? In a 6-page addendum, I discover Raphael's Sistine Madonna is a fake.

Graham Hancock Unmasks Himself. Also an outing of Daniel Pinchbeck, Russell Brand, and Rubert Sheldrake.

Reading the Signs: Karl Marx. A reader wrote in to tell me Marx was closely related to the Rothschilds, and it turns out he is right. What he didn't tell me is that Borat is probably related to both. No, really.

The Unabomber was Another Psy-op. Also includes a look at Gerald Gardner (Wicca), Son of Sam, and the Wicker Man.

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Commentary by request, where—as usual—I take a third side, confounding all previous analysis.

Why I think Kevin MacDonald and the Occidental Observer are Controlled Opposition. Also Lasha Darkmoon.

Breaking News: Most Americans cannot tell fake news from the Onion from news from the New York Times.

The Real Matrix. Language as the deepest Matrix.

The Beer Hall Putsch. Oh, the maze of tunnels when you are down the rabbit hole.

The Bikini Atoll Nuclear Tests Were Faked. Easy photographic evidence.

The Nuclear Hoax. My second paper on this, where I look mostly at the Trinity test.

Strange Plagiarism. Veterans Today has updated their article with a small nod to me, but are still not indicating a direct quote. Legally, as it stands, the text is still plagiarized, since it is still acting as misdirection. 

Strange Plagiarism. Plagiarized text from my book The Un-unified Field at Veterans Today.


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