This podcast is expanding on Vannessa VA’s work on the “retrocausality language” inside many songs. In some cases there are three levels of meaning in certain songs with one level being a spiritual message between you and higher self, between you and God, or what you choose to believe is responsible for your incarnation on Earth. In most cases, I don’t think the artists themselves have any understanding the message is even in there, which of course, means there was no intention by the artist to imbed the message in the first place. “How this happens” and how the message gets in there is not important. All that’s important is noticing it’s there!

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Jim Jones
Jim Jones
22 days ago

Word!!

Brian Stahlman
Brian Stahlman
22 days ago

The Chilli Peppers even had a what you could call “sacrifice” as their original guitarist Hillel Slovak was found dead of a alleged OD in 1988. At that point in time they had been around since 1983 and put out 3 records, none of them making much noise other than in the underground scene. After new guitarist John Fruscante (a totally creepy MFer) joins the band their next album Mother’s Milk begins to propel them to stardom as MTV and radio starts to put Higher Ground a Stevie Wonder (is it just BLIND Faith?) cover into heavy rotation. Then their next record Produced by super creepy Rick Rubin is Blood Sugar Sex Magik and is recorded at a notoriously haunted mansion, may have even been the one house where Sharon Tate was (allegedly) killed but not sure about that but it def was at least a creepy haunted mansion where they recorded BSSM & they become superstars as that album has multiple hits including “Give it Away Now” & “Under The Bridge” which contains the line “under the bridge downtown, it’s where I drew some blood. (Repeat chorus) I could not get enough…(chorus) forgot about my love…(chorus) I gave my life away.”

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
22 days ago
Reply to  Brian Stahlman

I’ve wondered about a lot of the deaths of musicians over the year’s always seemed strange to me, a lot of OD’S on drugs and or alchohol crashes, skynyrd’s plane running out of gas, IDK. Maybe some of the one’s not on board with they’re creepy Agenda & refused to be part of it that’s how they would get rid of them? Just a thought? Not trying to sound crazy, but I’m sure there’s more to the death’s in the music industry than what’s presented to us.👍

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Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago
Reply to  Jeff Hall

‘AGREE’.

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago

Jim Croce, ugh 💜🙏

NWIC CONSULTANTS
NWIC CONSULTANTS
19 days ago

Only someone that plays a guitar can understand the complexity of the musical notes required to play some of his music…..unbelievable!!! What incredible talent.

Brian Walendy
Brian Walendy
22 days ago
Reply to  Brian Stahlman

I seriously think John is the least creepy. I think he does anything he can to stay away from that creepy bullshit. He’s quit multiple times, and keeps a super low profile. The creepiest thing about him is how unlike his peers he is, and his peers are terribly creepy.

HARLEQUIN .
HARLEQUIN .
22 days ago

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HADI NDIF
HADI NDIF
22 days ago

Time is the death feeding the sun of God

HADI NDIF
HADI NDIF
22 days ago

Watt time is it? What for Watt….joule for july 4 for cube..box

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
22 days ago

Hey Matt, Thank’s for your Time?
I think some of the lyrics in some song’s are fortified with instruments & musicians maybe like the pied pip per, just a Thought if that makes any sense.
IDK, Maybe it’s just me? To me musical instruments are very powerful tools when in the right or wrong hands?
Thank’s again Matt!👍
Thank’s Rob we Appreciate ya!👍

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steven ison
steven ison
22 days ago

bon scott of pre ac/dc fame was a huge sacrifice. the list is now endless from slipknot to pantera, red hot chili peppers to the beatles. it never ends. one big alister crowley shit show cluster fuck. yet vanessa va explains that there is something way above these occult mofo’s. fascinating.

steven ison
steven ison
22 days ago

no curse words ok.

steven ison
steven ison
22 days ago

lavette in her last post talks about a time where words were not used only signs and symbols. the english language is a code.

Darla Singletary
Darla Singletary
22 days ago

I could be wrong on this, but wasn’t that song “As time goes by”…I realize… just what you mean… to me…. Mandela Effect?

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago

(( yes, it USED to be! LOL

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago

It was always “as time goes on…” in my reality — big Chicago fan in the 70’s and must have played the song hundreds of times in bands.

Darla Singletary
Darla Singletary
22 days ago

One of the best songs written about time is the song TIME by Pink Floyd.

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago

(( wasn’t that Alan Parsons, ( whose behind the curtain writer at the time was Eric Wolfson)? – who wrote the heavy hearted song “Limelight”.

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago

Son of a Wolf….

Marie Wayne
Marie Wayne
22 days ago

“Eye opening” – Great work Matt, thank you!

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Jake Clark
Jake Clark
22 days ago

Hello Matt.

How have you been brother? All music holds meaning. Some songs have very deep meaning, while others can be very subtle. The meaning can take many forms. Most of the time with lyrics, but also the music itself (we are vibrational and frequency based beings after all).
This is why a song can transport you to a different time and place. It can also be how a song is precieved by the masses. A totally ridiculous song with no meaning like “The Macarana” was an extremely popular song. I think this is a reflection of society itself. That is the meaning. Pop music is a reflection of society. Most of the times songs with really deep meaning aren’t very popular songs. And sometimes the meaning is totally missed because of the state of mind you need to be in to understand the meaning. I would suggest that The Beatles produced the best psychedelic music that there is. Because you have to be in that state of mind to truly understand what it’s saying. Those lyrics that sound like gibberish have extremely deep occultic meaning, but the vast majority will never understand that meaning. Including people that understand the occult. You need to understand the occult AND be in that state of mind to truly understand it. This was the intent of The Beatles. Some of the biggest Beatles fan don’t have a clue what “Eleanor Rigby” really means, let alone something like “I Am The Walrus.” And that was the intent. The Beatles were something else. Much more than just good music on the surface. Some say those songs were written by the devil himself and I say that it could be true, purely based on how occultic it is. Recently, it seems metal has become the music with all of the meaning. Lots of songs that most people consider noise is full of meaning and I mean serious meaning.

Check out these few songs. Just read the lyrics at first and then listen to the song.

“My Name Is Human” by Highly Suspect

“Unsainted” by Slipknot

And my personal favorite truth dropping gem

“The Stage” by Avenged Sevenfold

I have even made a request that this particular song is played at my funeral. It says it all. Every bit of it.

Great talk brother.

Stay safe!

Rick Godley
Rick Godley
22 days ago
Reply to  Jake Clark

My funeral song request: ‘Into the Mystic’ Van Morrison

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago
Reply to  Jake Clark

There is a similar and lesser known one by Bob Segar.
Something like ‘The Last Final Stand’…intense!<3

Scott Bourne
Scott Bourne
22 days ago

As always, thanks Matt – I appreciate your clearing a path for us!

Can you delve a bit deeper into Vanessa VA’s Retro-causality discussions with one’s self? I’d like to hear your take on it.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
22 days ago
Reply to  Scott Bourne

I always feel safer with Matt walking point.

Richard Clark
Richard Clark
22 days ago

There is a song from Manchester Orchestra called “Silence” that has a lot of points I think are important. The start of the song, the 1st 2/3 seems as though battle of what it means to be human with limitations of understanding vs “God”. The last part always makes me think about my wife and daughter. Appreciate this, Matt. Take care all!

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
22 days ago

As a musician myself, I’d like to share some carefully curated songs, which speak remarkably to this present war on humanity and the threshold the world has now crossed…

1)  Duke Dumont “Ocean Drive”
Artist aware? Nope.

2) Poppy “Time is Up”
Some of you probably know this one. Artist aware? No.

3)  Laurie Anderson “Big Science”
From 1982, she married Lou Reed, dystopic America is her running theme, think of the “vax” when you listen and the illusive nature of truth these days…”every man for himself.” Artist aware? Only partially.

4) Leonard Cohen “Anthem”
THE ULTIMATE TRUTHER SONG-what this guy knew before the internet is astounding. Artist aware? 100%

PS Does anyone have any ideas as to why this ABBA resurgence is being pushed, with their new album, hologram performance, etc?

Joe Mama
Joe Mama
22 days ago

Matt, are you familiar with the history of Chicago? Terry Kath and Peter Cetera started the band, and Terry Kath was responsible for most of the great early songs. He was a phenomenal guitar player and a great singer. In 1978, at 31 years of age, he was playing around with what he thought was an unloaded handgun and pointed it at his head and pulled the trigger and died instantly. That’s why your volume 2 is crap. The band stayed together but sucked without Terry Kath. There’s a good documentary about Terry Kath on youtube that his now grown daughter made. You can see his amazing guitar playing in this video of 25 or 6 to 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uAUoz7jimg

Joe Mama
Joe Mama
22 days ago

Hey Matt, this is Ken Voss. Are you familiar with the history of Chicago? Terry Kath and Peter Cetera started the band, and Terry Kath was responsible for most of the great early songs. He was a phenomenal guitar player and a great singer. In 1978, at 31 years of age, he was playing around with what he thought was an unloaded handgun and pointed it at his head and pulled the trigger and died instantly. That’s why your volume 2 is crap. The band stayed together but sucked without Terry Kath. There’s a good documentary about him on youtube that his now grown daughter made. You can see his amazing guitar playing in this video of 25 or 6 to 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uAUoz7jimg

Philip McAdam
Philip McAdam
22 days ago

Music like other performing arts I feel is very much controlled and very much used as propaganda and control. I used to think these musicians were rebels to the system but it was just an act for to grab us. I also to explain all all the early deaths these were people that got too carried away with their false fame.

Chad Giddens
Chad Giddens
22 days ago

Matt, I think you have mentioned before something about how they all have a break-up or change the singer. What about this – what if when we see musicians changed early on in their career, and they change out a good musician, perhaps the new musician is being put in their by the system itself… nepotism within the industry perhaps? This is how the conversation would go:

– “Hey, my nephew is a bass player. He sucks but are there any of our bands we could stick him in? No, what about a drummer? I have a cousin who needs a band. Nirvana??? What kind of name is that?? Well okay then, I’ll send him over. His name is Dave, by the way – Dave Grohl. Yeah, thanks, bye.”

I mean – you mentioned it yourself – Peter F’ing Cetera… Just start naming bands.

Just a thought from the bathtub.

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago
Reply to  Chad Giddens

Peter Cetera doesn’t fit your scenario if I’m reading it right. He was an original member of Chicago since 1970 and didn’t become a sappy pop artist until the 80’s with a few songs for Chicago then his solo career. He was a good bass player, I patterned my playing after him from playing in numerous Chicago cover bands in the 70’s. He also wrote and sang on probably the heaviest song Chicago ever did – “Hideaway” on Chicago VIII, no horns at all in the song.

Chad Giddens
Chad Giddens
21 days ago
Reply to  Eyesee

No, just mentioning someone who ruined a band is all, much like Michael McDonald. I didn’t mean to make any connection to the two other than the assumption that they were juiced in by the system.

I guess what I’m trying to say is that the system decides where it wants people and who it wants to deliver a particular message. Not every band was ruined because they got a replacement, but the system doesn’t always make good judgments when it comes to those decisions.

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Mark Florey
Mark Florey
22 days ago

Last week my oldest brother was telling me about the lead singer of Chicago (Terry Kath) and his untimely death. Apparently he was a gun enthusiast that always packed. One night after a party he was fooling with his gun, twirling it around. His friend was uncomfortable and asked him to stop plating with it. Kath replied, “Don’t worry it’s not loaded, see” put it to his head and squeezed the trigger… BANG! He was 33.

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago
Reply to  Mark Florey

Yeah, ‘accidents’…and he was GREAT,as in the ❤️ of the band at the time.<3

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago
Reply to  Mark Florey

One of three lead singers and fantastic underrated guitarist who was hailed by none other than Hendrix. When he died, all the grit went out of the band.

Adam Langdale
Adam Langdale
22 days ago

I was introduced to Tool and Red Hot Chili Peppers by my brother in the 90’s. I’ll just say it affected my way more than him.
I really enjoyed listening to the Live song called ‘Freaks’. Hits a little too close to home for me right now.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
22 days ago

 Matt meetupz :
Every Sunday at noon 

NC – The Fiction Kitchen   – Raleigh
WA – Jeffs texas style BBQ   – Marysville
MT – The Montana culub      – Billings
ME – Roberts Maine Grill   – Kittery
AL – Pie Lab         – Greensboro   
AK – Wolf Run         – Fairbanks   
NH – Goody Good Donuts      – Laconia   
AR – Heidi’s Ugly Cakes   – Norfork   
NE – Kelsey’s Bar, 219 Rodeo Road, North Platte
NJ – Seasons 52      – Cherry Hill
CT – Flora         – West Hartford
NC – Herons         – Cary
CO – Moes Original BBQ         – Boulder
PA – Founding Farmers      – King of Prussia  
TX – Eureka! Burger bar   – Austin 
IL – Lou Mitchell’s      – Chicago

NM – Iron Door BBQ      – Silver city
ID – Bittercreek Alehouse   – Boise
MN – P.S. Steak      – Minneapolis
NY- Fauzia’s Heavenly Delight – 161st st/concord, Bronx
VA – The Virgianian      – Charlottesville
GA – Georgia Boy      – Atlanta
FL – Bolay         – Brandon
HI – Big Island Grill      – Kailua-Kona
UT – Vito’s         – Bountiful 
OR – Screen Door Eastside   – Portland 
MS – Oby’s of          – starkville
TN – Bain’s BBQ      – Memphis
CA – The Kitchen      – Sacremento
NV – Bricks         – Reno
AZ – Restaurant Progress   – Phoenix
DE – Kathy’s Crab House   – Delaware City
ND – The Walrus Restaurant   – Bismarck
OH – Momocho         – Cleveland
OK – Trails End Barbecue & Grill – Owasso
RI – Los Andes         – Providence
IN – The Overlook Restaurant   – Leavenworth
SC – Good Eating Kitchen   – Gaston

MA – Blue Heron Restaurant   – Sunderland
MI – The Timbers Restaurant   – Cadillac
WV – Kathy’s Diner      – Buckhannon
MS – Ajax Diner         – Oxford
WI – Stuff’s Restaurant      – Wisconsin Dells
MO – John D. McGurk’s – Soulard – Saint Louis
WY – Napoli’s         – Cheyenne
MD – Stanford Grill      – Rockville
IA – The Oil Press      – Zearing
SD – Colonial Cafe in          – Rapid City.
KS – Grünauer         – Kansas City
TN – The Iron Horse      – Wartrace
KY – East End Tap and Table   – Lexington
LA – O’YAH’S         – Rayne
VT – The Farmhouse Tap & Grill   – Burlington
PR – La Casita Blanca      – San Juan, Puerto Rico
GM – Beachin’ Shrimp 2      – Flame Tree Plaza, Tumon GU

International list:
NZ – Samairaz Indian   – 41 Raranga Street, Marshland, Christchurch 8083, New Zealand
EG – Charlie’s Restaurant – 13 El Thawra St El Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo 11757 Egypt
UK – pockets Netil Market, – 13-23 Westgate St, London E8 3RL, United Kingdom
FR – VIA EMILIA  – 22 Rue la Bruyère, 75009 Paris, France
PO – Gospoda Kwiaty Polskie – Waski Dunaj 4/6/8, 00-256 Warszawa, Poland
RU – Mari Vanna – Spiridon’yevskiy Pereulok, 10a, Moscow, Russia, 123104
JA – Kikko – 2-2-13 Asakusa, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan
AU – The Canopy  – 1/157 Liverpool St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
NO – Restaurant Fjord – Kristian Augusts gate 11, 0164 Oslo, Norway

 comment if the location is unusuable or closed on Sunday at noon.
I will keep updating this list. Use a “Q of C” sign for others to see.
Food or drink not important ; quiet spot for a good talk, centrally located.
Please be patient, quiet, friendly, and courteous.
We plan to talk forever, forever, so thank the staff and tip WELL.
Use this time for yoo self.   Meditate at Noon CUT, Coordinated Universal Time.
5AM P, 6AM M, 7AM C, 8AM E

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago
Reply to  Ashman Mann

wow… how did you organize this?! Would be worth the drive to Charlottesville.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
21 days ago
Reply to  Eyesee

Eyese , Comment a location close to you. I will change the list , so It will be easy on you to go . The group can pick a new central location.

Uncanny Deduction
Uncanny Deduction
22 days ago

33 minutes —> Illuminati confirmed 🙂

Last edited 22 days ago by Uncanny Deduction
Rick Godley
Rick Godley
22 days ago

Graduated college in 77, bought and totally loved ‘Talking Heads ’77’, great lyrics on a practical level for me. One in particular that resonated to this day, ‘So think about this little scene, apply it to your life, if your work isn’t what you love then something isn’t right’.

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
22 days ago

Yeah, Francis Dunnery was a NICE find, Matt!
I like the intimate audience ‘thing'<3

Renee Miller
Renee Miller
22 days ago

Alan Parsons Project -“Eye In The Sky” screams messages!

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago
Reply to  Renee Miller

along with “Electric Eye” by Judas Priest.

Eyesee
Eyesee
22 days ago

Spent much of the 70’s listening to Chicago and playing in bands that did almost everything from their first 8 albums. Just thought of this line from “Where Do We Go From Here?” on Chicago II — “the more I look around I find the more I have to fear…” hmmm… I’ll be thinking of more lyrics in the coming days…

Matt Brahim
Matt Brahim
22 days ago

Check out Strangers by The Kinks. Its an amazing song and includes the lyrics “if I live too long I’m afraid I’ll die”

Julián Redeemed
Julián Redeemed
22 days ago

Funny realm, i adopted a newborn cat a couple of weeks ago and i got the realization of her being here to teach me something. I think it was the day after said realization, you uploaded the pets as teachers video.

Last friday, while at work, i was listening to an anime OST of an anime i watched last year and recently watched again, listened to the soundtrack of it for a long time yet never really pondered lyrics. Until the other day, and the things i´ve read left me speechless. Almost seemed written by my guardian angel. One key part stuck with me and gave me a feeling of internal joy:

¨Come now heading to the oblivion
To the darkness sink me
Future is lonely as it seems to be
And I will reach from there
I’ll keep on redeeming for myself
Day after day think of my sins
Forgiveness came to this fake world
Where I was dreaming¨

What are the chances the lyrics of an anime song would nail 100% exactly what i was going through (and what i was going to go through that very same friday but at night)

Magical realm. Arigato Matt!

Anthony Leydens
Anthony Leydens
22 days ago

Check out cool that lion by Aaron jamm and the one drops. I think they do know what’s up to an extent.

Anthony Leydens
Anthony Leydens
22 days ago

Aaron kamm

Joe Mama
Joe Mama
21 days ago

Matt, In 1978 at age 31 Terry Kath was “playing around” with a handgun he thought was unloaded and pointed it at his head and pulled the trigger. That’s why Chicago’s greatest hit’s volume 2 is shit. He was a phenomenal guitar player and a great singer and is responsible for all the early Chicago hits. He was the co-founder of the band along with Cetera, and definitely was the leader of the band until his death.

Charles King
Charles King
21 days ago
Reply to  Joe Mama

Right. That sounds like a real story.

Stardust Nicole
Stardust Nicole
21 days ago

😻❤️

Charles King
Charles King
21 days ago

Treeincarnation science of meaning. Eight audios. Start with the Looking Glass Key.

Charles King
Charles King
21 days ago
Reply to  Charles King

Those audios were down for awhile but are now back. You can find discussion of treeincarnation at breakfornews.

Charles King
Charles King
21 days ago

Spin that woo woo.

Paula Osborne
Paula Osborne
21 days ago

Welcome to the Machine would be a good one to really listen to. By: Pink Floyd. I’ve always loved music! VannessaVA does a great job explaining the retrocausality.
Thank you Matt and everyone!😎🕊

Gerry Lamarche
Gerry Lamarche
21 days ago

Love your work, but more information about how to climb the rope would be good. I get the “bog” trap as I’ve been in it before.

Harry Gersack
Harry Gersack
21 days ago

I had that shit when I was much younger while walking through the city and reading ads and seemingly unrelated signs of shops, companies or whatsoever.
The strangest thing about that can as well be taken as proof for messages from somewhere else because often the contents of the advertisement posters had not in the slightest something to do with what it told me but the meaning always was concealed and directly connected to me and my life and things happening to me at that particular time.
I never heard anybody talking about this topic in such a way and probably never mentioned this before in any conversation with anybody. Thanks for reminding me of this for I kinda forgot it. With these things it is a little bit like with ME because they are just in the same way subtle af. That stuff is really meaningful in the moment but then blurs away fast like a dream after breakfast and you never think about it or remember it again. But in the moment it happens it has a very strong presence and meaning.
Thanks for your work and keep up being an awesome bathtubbers annoying weirdo! Toodles

Post Scriptum: Sorry for my English being as awesome as your drawing skills. I am a German native but still I try my best.

Chris white
Chris white
21 days ago

There really isn’t any need for bloodshed
You just do it with a little more finesse
If you can slip a tablet into someone’s coffee
Then it avoids an awful lot of mess
Murder by numbers – The Police.

Jon Raimbach
Jon Raimbach
21 days ago

I give credence to the possible messages in lyrics at this train stop, so i presume the previous stop, prior to this may have been presenting the messages via the bible, and who knows the messages many interpretations by many millions of listeners. To me the interest is focused on the many, that ignore, never hear, miss completely, fail to decode, decode the message intended for another, or exist without knowledge of the messages.

Thomas Simone
Thomas Simone
21 days ago

Favorite truth drop in songs in hotel California “you can check out anytime you like but you can never leave” always gives me goosebumps from the hardcore truth in that one verse.. makes me miss my father like hell.. if anyone had a shot at leaving this matrix it was my father.. I like to think he made it out and at the same time he still guides/protects me to this day I still feel him and dream about him.. love you dad !

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
21 days ago
Reply to  Thomas Simone

Very sweet, I feel the same way about my father. I can’t listen to “Hotel California” due to its creep factor, but that line always got me too. I believe in Hell, that’s a good depiction of it…and the “principal of contradiction” which is one of the hallmarks of evil.

Shanna Honea
Shanna Honea
21 days ago

I really enjoyed this one thank you Matt

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
21 days ago

I made some song recommendations. They were links so I guess Rob is still chewing on them. Anyway, they were: Duke DuMont “Ocean Drive,” Poppy “Time is Up,” Laurie Anderson “Big Science” and Leonard Cohen “Anthem.” Hope Rob still puts the link up. Cheers! (I’ve been watching too much Howdie.)

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
21 days ago

The Leonard Cohen doesn’t really fit since he was def aware of the message, but it is one of best truther songs and very inspiring for the times we are in. BTW, video warning on “Ocean Drive,” it is rather sexual, one more reason we are where we are. It’s pay-up time.

Spaghetti
Spaghetti
21 days ago

I can stare at the White Sun without any consequences. It wasn’t possible when I was little. Now it’s like looking at a giant light bulb. In the summer the Sun is very strong, I can barely stand it, it feels like I’m in the oven.

Charles King
Charles King
21 days ago

Matt always says how it happens isn’t important only importance is that it’s happening. That’s because Matt doesn’t know so he smokes you with his woo woo bs.
Treeincarnation science of meaning. Eight audios. First one is The Looking Glass Key. Also go to breakfornews for more discussion and more to follow.
Wellaware1 will fill you in on a different level. I have pointed it out how to find wellaware1 in the comments at the video Matt’s Straight Talk gay video. In comments at the video Follow The Dress I explain one face playing multiple roles and cgi fake faces.
It’s time to move on from this Matt Graduated Animal Farm.

Mark Wigler
Mark Wigler
21 days ago

Matt, the Police wrote an album for you in 1981 (“Ghosts in the Machine”). You gotta do a deep dive breakdown of it.

ken Hetherington
ken Hetherington
19 days ago
Reply to  Mark Wigler

I listened to that cassette in my walkman back when it came out for a very long time,think i didnt have much music at that time, still remember the cover,never understood it……or maybe UNDERstanding it was how most of us saw the cover! Think it was three 3s in red……but it was also digital which made it kinda creepy at that time.

Adrian Galactica
Adrian Galactica
20 days ago

Bryan Adams

Look into my eyes
You will see
What you mean to me
Search your heart
Search your soul
And when you find me there
You’ll search no more
Don’t tell me it’s not worth tryin’ for
You can’t tell me it’s not worth dyin’ for
You know it’s true
Everything I do
I do it for you

Adrian Galactica
Adrian Galactica
20 days ago

Well, once you get it, you understand that everything from tv sitcoms, cartoons, news, cinema, theatre, music (pop, rock, new wave, techno, etc….), alcohol, drugs (in French stupidfiers), education, medicine, science, technology, history, etc, etc, (even modern art) are all meant to get you as far away from your true nature. 

This is the essence of modernism – progression, ‘evolution’ etc.. 

It’s everywhere.

Adrian Galactica
Adrian Galactica
20 days ago

Well, once you get it, you understand that everything from tv, news, cinema, music (pop, rock, new wave, techno, etc….), alcohol, drugs (in French stupidfiers), education, medicine, science, technology, history, etc, etc, are all meant to get you as far away from your true nature. 

This is the essence of modernism – progression, ‘evolution’ etc.. 

It’s everywhere.

#rockon 🤟🏼

ken Hetherington
ken Hetherington
19 days ago

Good video Matt. I use to listen to all types of music except rap n classical. At some point went full instrumental for years,that was with not knowing why but just not liking words.Then later started listening again to words,but i fully prefer instrumental. Now i rarely listen to music,or watch a movie and stopped watching sports.Its not that i dont like music,its that i for many years are uncertain to what degree they are trying to fool us. We already play big enough fools,but as this madness continues on,i find myself caring less about what this system is stealing from us and more on what my purpose here is. Guess its just hard to relax when you dont know what next could be using you,so everything that once was enjoyed is very hard to enjoy again,and likely i never shall.

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