Mental blocks on the path to awareness: the “Four Horsemen of Mass Amnesia”


BosoIf you find yourself at a loss before those around you who remain stubbornly oblivious to the real state of affairs of our world, look no further than what I would call the “Four Horsemen of Mass Amnesia” that have been placed across the path to mass awakening by the hidden Luciferian cabal – those I usually refer to as our BOSOs, our “BenevolentOccult Satanist Overlords – that rules our societal, mass media, religious, economic and political conditioning and programming.

When dealing with friends and family who refuse to hear or even consider the truths you have dared uncover, remember that you first had to confront yourself these same terrifying Horsemen that are now facing your loved ones and doing their evil best to keep them in the fold.

Normalcy Bias

“This can’t happen…”

Pompeii Garden of the Fugitives

Wikipedia (which I will refer to in this article even though I usually approach it with a ten-foot pole) tells us that normalcy bias is a form of denial, a mental state people enter when facing a disaster. It causes people to underestimate both the possibility of a disaster and its possible effects. This may result in situations where people fail to adequately prepare and, on a larger scale, the failure (intentional or not) of governments to include the populace in its disaster preparations.

The underlying assumption of normalcy bias is that since a disaster has never occurred, it will never occur. This can result in an inability to cope with a disaster once it does occur. People under the influence of normalcy bias have difficulties reacting to something they have not experienced before. They also tend to interpret warnings in the most optimistic way possible, seizing on any ambiguities to infer a less serious situation. Every time I reflect upon the consequences of normalcy bias, I keep thinking of the victims found in the ruins of Pompeii.

Cognitive Dissonance

“I don’t want to hear about it!”

Wikipedia tells us that in psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time; performs an action that is contradictory to one or more beliefs, ideas or values; or is confronted by new information that conflicts with existing beliefs, ideas, or values.

Dissonance is felt when people are confronted with information that is inconsistent with or contrary to their existing beliefs. If the dissonance is not reduced by changing or adjusting one’s belief by integrating this new information, dissonance can lead a person to adopt the following coping mechanisms: try restoring consonance through rejection, refutation, or misinterpretation of the new information; seeking support from others who share their existing beliefs; and attempting to persuade others of these – all in an effort to reinforce preexisting familiar beliefs.

Learned Helplessness

“There’s nothing I can do about it…”

helplessOnce again according to Wikipedia, Learned helplessness is a behavior typical of an organism (human or animal) that has endured repeated painful or otherwise adverse stimuli which it was unable to escape or avoid. After such an experience, the organism often fails to escape or to avoid new situations where such behavior would be effective.

In other words, the organism seems to have learned that it is helpless in adverse situations, that it has lost control, and so it gives up trying. Such an organism is said to have acquired learned helplessness, Wikipedia explains.

This phenomenon was clinically studied by American psychologist Martin Seligman during a series of experiments conducted with dogs in 1967 at the University of Pennsylvania.

Predictive Programming

“Oh well, it was inevitable”

JerichoWikipedia won’t even touch this subject, and it has been relegated to the most IrRational Wiki, which tells us that predictive programming is “a recurring element across many conspiracy theories” (…), claiming that “when conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.”

Actually, I believe predictive programming goes even further than that, and that it is an essential tool employed in mentally and psychologically preparing the populace to accept the “new normal” state of affairs, the Brave New World, as it were, our BOSOs are trying to put in place. In this regard, I would encourage you to read a previous article I published about the astonishing predictions made by Dr. Richard Day, back in 1969, about where the world would be today. You’ll also find echoes of this in the revelations made by Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov back in 1985, and in a document entitled Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars.

 “I think that when the film industry can capture an idea and make it glamorous and gorgeous, so that the audience isn’t even aware that they’re embracing something they never would have embraced before, then, yes, the film as a social motor can inaugurate some kind of change.” – Tom Hanks

Mutually supporting mechanisms held by fear

I would also point out that the Four Horsemen of Mass Amnesia are mutually supportive; for instance, once predictive programming has successfully modified public awareness, it will become part of a new normalcy bias, which will be supported through cognitive dissonance, and eventually become entrenched through learned helplessness, and so on and so fort.

love-vs-fearI might finally add that the glue holding this construct together is FEAR, the opposite of LOVE, and an affront to the Lord, the Source, the Creator, or God – faith in His love and care for us is the only thing that can dissolve the illusory power of fear, which is nothing more than False Expectations Appearing Real…

This is just a brief overview of the mental blocks we are facing when trying to open someone’s mind to the new realities we uncover. I hope this will help you approach your family and friends with a better understanding of the predicament they find themselves in when confronted with a new version of reality.

I am posting below a short video that may serve as a good introduction to help your friends and family open their eyes as to what you have already discovered. In this regard, I especially recommend the movie Thrive (link below).

In any event, I would suggest you remember that a flower always blossoms in its own good time – trying to pry open its petals will only serve to kill it. I have found the best course is to be non-confrontational, simply state my case, be patient with my loved ones, and trust in God to gently guide them while there is still time.

Henri Thibodeau RiderInBlack

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Whether it is a soldier that dropped a bomb on a wedding,a swat team raiding a house for trading organic vegetables,or police officers evicting an old couple from their house for failing to pay their council rates,ultimately whether we live in conditions of slavery and tyranny with a collapsing ecology is determined upon the decision of the order follower. This clip is a compilation of symbolic material of basic examples of chaos caused by order following and the importance of unity between the order followers and the rest of the public in order to prevent a life of complete bondage until there is complete environmental collapse.

About Henri Thibodeau

Freelance writer and translator based in Quebec, Canada.
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