What is The Matrix
The Yin Yang Experiment
by Jon Rappoport
July 22, 2017
Let’s pretend that a few Chinese sages, long ago, decided to float a trial balloon.
They spread the word that opposites could resolve in a state of harmony. Each polarity could reflect the other.
It was a poetic thought that might be embedded in a few verses.
The sages watched and waited. Eventually, they saw that this fancy had taken hold. In fact, it had become embedded in a philosophy. It was now being discussed as a principle of the universe, the cosmos.
The sages were shocked but not surprised. Humans exhibit strange fetishes.
What started out as a poet’s passing rumination on a summer afternoon—entertained purely for the purpose of writing verse—was now an all-embracing weave of the Matrix.
From the sages’ point of view, what might be done in a poem was far more…
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