Mitchell Meyer.com

Symbolism Brain Washing Artist name
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Hello, everybody. Hope you're all doing well. Hope you had a good New Year's. I want to call this podcast symbolizing symbolism is brainwashing. And what I mean by that is you'll see that there's an image and you see it's the Sinclair image. And I don't know how many of you remember this. I remember Sinclair gas stations. I used to always like them because they had the dinosaur on there. And you could drive your car and get gassed. You know, the I'm sure they're all gone now. But that sign, I saw that sign the other day, the Sinclair sign, and it started me thinking about something. If you look at that sign what do you see? It what do you what does your subconscious and conscious let's break it into two parts? Your conscious says Sinclair gas station. Okay, if I need to go here, get gas in my vehicle. This is where I go but look a little bit deeper and this happens everywhere. The symbolism isn't everything. Understand that? Not this specific symbolism, but others there in everything we do. Everything we see everything we hear, it's everywhere, and it's designed to create a narrative. So your conscious looks at the side it says Oh, Sinclair glass gas station, I'll stop and fill up. But what is your subconscious see? Well, it sees dinosaur, which is the second half of this sign. And that symbolism is supposed to make you think all dinosaurs equal fossil fuels, ie gas. So Sinclair gets his gas or we all get our gas, quote unquote, fossil fuels. From dinosaurs, which is total bullshit. Okay, if they can see fuel, ie fossil fuels is how they get you there too, in the terminology, as well as the symbolism. If they can get you to think fossil fuels, then there's going to be a point in time where you're the supply is gonna get long because there's only been so many dinosaurs that are dead and decaying. Okay. So in other words, we live in a world of scarcity not abundance, but scarcity. So if fossil fuels is true, which it's not, it's gonna run out someday so we can charge you more money. But the point being this sign, your subconscious equates dinosaurs with fuel even though it doesn't say it This sign says it your subconscious says if you look at it consciously as a gas station, pull over and fill up my car. But your subconscious equates the picture that little dinosaur with fuel and asked for fuel comes from and it's total bullshit like I've said before, we don't live in a world of scarcity. We live in a world of abundance. It is not a fossil fuel. It doesn't come from fricking fossils. Okay. It's a natural byproduct of the planet. Like our blood. It's not gonna go away. It's not gonna run out. But you see how the, the you symbology and they continue to do it. This This sign is older than me, but I remember the dinosaur and we're supposed to equate dinosaur with fuel. And, um, that wasn't enough. They call it quote unquote, fossil fuels. So if the symbology didn't get it, get you the textural part of it. Well, people. The point I'm trying to make is this little symbol that I found has been around for at least 80 years or more. Can you imagine what else is out there that we've seen our whole life and we've never paid attention to it. So open your eyes, start looking at these things, start deciphering them and see them for what they are. You can sit on a busy street and look up and down at the stores and look at their their logos and labels. And you can see symbology everywhere in everything. Yeah, it might not be blatantly obvious. Just like this wasn't okay Sinclair at the bottom of a little dinosaur, but it's there. It may not stand out as much as this one did. But it's there. So stop drinking the Kool Aid and start thinking for yourself once again. Namaste.