Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part IX)

The concept of death doesn’t hold the same significance for the ruling elites that it would for the proletariat.

Family members of the ruling elite bloodlines may live several lifetimes to the so-called commoners one. While holding on to a primary identity, elite family members often serve as host actors in the portrayal of many characters over the span of a single lifetime, dying and resurrecting into new characters when one becomes no longer profitable or when its character arc has fulfilled its political or social purpose.

Though conceptually, this may be difficult for many to consider when encountering the sort of information discovered here at, understanding the concept of how the masses perception of reality is routinely manipulated in such ways is crucial in developing a rational understanding of the illusory nature of the world one lives in.

As one of pop music’s most seminal performers, and the subject of today’s piece, once proclaimed to the world through the gift of song, one must ‘break on through to the other side’.

As one shall soon observe, some of history’s most prominent public figures, both in the world of pop music and the US military, are indeed, not who they say they are. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part IX)”