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Most of us in the past, including myself, have always discussed “fear” as a horrible negative that needs to be overcome and squashed. This is mostly true, but at least initially, the fear of death is an essential part of life.

My new definition of “the purpose of life” now includes the ability for immortal spirit, (at least for a short time,) to understand what the end of its existence would feel like. “One cannot be told what the Matrix is. It must be experienced.”

A spiritual being not on Earth cannot be told about death. It must be experienced. What the spirit needs to experience is not the moment of death but all that has lead up to it…. the notion of what the end of its existence would be like. At some time in our lives, all of us have been fooled into believing that “this fleeting life may be all there is.”

I would think the experience of fearing one’s end is something that later makes immortality fully appreciated. 

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Uncanny Deduction
Uncanny Deduction
10 months ago

First

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago

Don’t waste yourself _B Lee __

the51Project .
the51Project .
10 months ago

“Mom always said, Life was like a can of toffees.”

Isaiah5417 Same
Isaiah5417 Same
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Say it ain’t so . . . . . Not another Moronic Effect. . . . I remember that quote a bit different ? ?

Ricky Bobo
Ricky Bobo
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Mandela Affected? 🙂

Federico Nicolas
Federico Nicolas
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Mine is full of chocolates hahaha

Chuck Pal
Chuck Pal
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

It’s “mommy” and not ‘mom’. Also, it’s were like a carton of toffees.

the51Project .
the51Project .
10 months ago
Reply to  Chuck Pal

The DEA is now the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Paul Hogsten
Paul Hogsten
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

The ATF is the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives not ATFE!

Johnny Seven
Johnny Seven
10 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Something to chew on I guess.😉

Diane Considder
Diane Considder
10 months ago

I had a near death experience and have never been afraid of death. I came very close twice, the first time the surgeon told me he thinks I’m going to make it but he wasn’t sure, I just calmly nodded my head. I was not on any drugs to calm me because I was going into emergency surgery and I couldn’t have anything until the anesthesiologist came. The second time I was in the ambulance having a heart attack and all I felt was peace and calm. It felt like a spiritual presence was with me. You can find joy here, but my analogy is this place is a traveling carnival and once you’ve been to Disney World it’s just not as enjoyable. A lake is also beautiful but once you see the ocean it just doesn’t compare. I hope this makes sense.

Austin Martinovsky
Austin Martinovsky
10 months ago

Matt, you are one of the great philosophers of our time and I am grateful to be aware of your teachings in this corner of the internet.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago

Free Voice is a yurt, it has no corners. Thanks for your comment Austin.

sigh inara
sigh inara
10 months ago

This brings to mind the inscription over the entrance to one of the Orthodox monasteries on Mt. Athos ~ “If You Die Before You Die Then You Won’t Die When You Die” ~ meaning basically that you need to realize there are 3 different things you call “you” (your body, your ego/mind & your higher-self/soul)…so if our ego-self doesn’t die before our physical body, and we remain identified with it, we never become conscious of our essence-self at all.

sigh inara
sigh inara
10 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

It occurred to me that this is just a slightly longer version of the message at the Oracle of Delphi…”Know Thyself”

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

Let us hope you roll double sixes. A very inspiring quote.

Gregg Thib
Gregg Thib
10 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

If that inscription interests you there seems to be a book you might like to check out-
The Immortality Key by Brian C. Muraresku.
Please let me know what you think if you decide to read it.

Dean Aldridge
Dean Aldridge
10 months ago

Thank you Matt and Rob.

Dain Cook
Dain Cook
10 months ago

The only thing more blissful than bliss, is the rediscovery of bliss.

Ricky Bobo
Ricky Bobo
10 months ago
Reply to  Dain Cook

That statement does not show up on the search engine. I am deeply impressed if you made that up.

Dain Cook
Dain Cook
10 months ago
Reply to  Ricky Bobo

I asked the question on Matt’s channel, why the hell would I leave bliss? One perfect simple reply and I had a question answered that I didn’t expect to accept. They said rediscovery. The simplicity of my comment came to me succinctly as I waslistening to this podcast.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Dain Cook

The manifestations here; is the product of the free human spirit. Great insight Dain.

Neil Barker
Neil Barker
10 months ago

Really enjoyed this one, Matt and thanks, Rob for adding an option to download as an MP3.

I like that you included the Nina Simone clip on freedom and no fear – such a timeless truth.

One small action I’ve taken as a reminder to not get ‘bogged’ down and chase rabbits is add a few post-its around my house and on my phone and calendar with the phrase: “Seek nothing outside of yourself.” Supposedly written by Miyamato Musashi in “The Book of Five Rings.” For me, that has become my mission and keeps me hopefully heading in the correct direction.

I have no idea if Mushashi ever truly existed, but I like to think somewhere in non-linear time, there is a being going by that name. Perhaps he’s a truther outcast like us figuring things out and discussing reality with the people around him.

Great podcast and thanks for sharing.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago

After Q became immortal again, he decided to change his name to John de Lancie and become a Brony. Really, research it. I think this is what did it:
youtube.com/results?search_query=pinkie+pie+smile+song
(you must watch this till the end, trust me, it gets better)

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago

C’mon people, this deserved a lot more likes (mad face)

Ricky Bobo
Ricky Bobo
10 months ago

I don’t buy into the religious doctrines, nor am I an atheist in the classic sense. I think the illusion of death as the end is part of this big whacky show. As Matt pointed out, fearing death is necessary so if death breaks character and allows us to chat with lost loved ones, it would change the effect. I don’t know what comes next, but I would bet a six-pack that it isn’t the end of our existence.

STEVEN GALOVIC
STEVEN GALOVIC
10 months ago

In 2015 I went into the hospital and was diagnosed with Stevens johnson sundrome or SJS TEN. While in the induced coma I feel as if I did die. I guess it would have been an NDE since I am still here writing this comment.. I do not want to experience death again but I am unsure if I actually fear death anymore. What do you think about zombie types like mys elf?

William Hale
William Hale
10 months ago
Reply to  STEVEN GALOVIC

Perhaps you needed more time on the other side to realize it’s not the end

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
10 months ago

I can honestly say, I have no Fear of death, I do however fear somewhat what sometimes happens when dying, That is a fear, and yet most would never encounter what I fear most, but having witnessed it once was enough to cut that fear deep into my view of dying.
Gabriel ☀️

Matej Pfajfar
Matej Pfajfar
10 months ago

As Long it is painless, fast and absolute you have nothing to fear. Valar Morghulis

dag b
dag b
8 months ago
Reply to  Matej Pfajfar

and if it is painful, slow and torturous? I guess you did something wrong then

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago

Death is common on the farm everyday. In the city it is suppressed. We live as mortals in an eternal concrete jungle.

John Senior
John Senior
10 months ago

I used to be an atheist, pretty much certain that there was nothing out there. I’m not certain of that now, but I still think that the atheist position is still a hell of a lot closer to the truth than religions.

If a God has designed this world and we’re conforming to his plans, it has screwed up really badly.

the51Project .
the51Project .
10 months ago
Reply to  John Senior

If you study Gnosticism, they talk of a false reality, created by a deimurge. But if you update that language, based on what humans are beginning to mess with – Artificial Intelligence, then the gnostics could be talking about an AI-based system that entraps consciousness, possibly in a quantum-based computer. This would explain the repeatign number patterns, and the Mandela effect. Perhaps someone on the outside is attempting to gain attention of those on the inside by making minor, non-sensical changes to the parameters. If changed in an AI-based computer system – they would change instantly, across what we perceive as past and present. This doesn’t necessarily mean we are not ‘organic consciousness’ – merely where we are – is not entirely the true nature of reality. We are in ‘a construct.’
We have been so programmed to think of ‘a god’ – but there doesn’t have to be ‘a god’ – we are carrying forward religious ideas.
If you look at the vowels in the English language (vow to EL) a-e-i-o-u-(y) – chanting them creates yae – iou (yah-wey) the name of the abrahamic ‘god’ – he’s particularly unpleasant in the old testament. In truth the yah-wey ‘god’ is a psychopath….. seeking both haman and animal sacrifices and ‘fear’ (god-fearing). But the programming to accept ‘a god of some sort’ is deep since childhood – it’s difficult to let go of. I have let go of the ‘god’ idea fully – it diminishes the self. If you also study the philosophers – many woulkd say ‘god’ is the force of nature – but humans project a sense of their own individual identities – seeking ‘the man at the top’, ‘the man behind the curtain’ – that’s what we do. We want to be told what to do so much, and we’re afraid of our own sovereignty and true power, and losing this illusory ‘self’ we find ourselves incarnated into.

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Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Yes, as far as I’m concerned, it is without a doubt that were in an incomprehensibly advanced computer generated system created and controlled by sentient a.i., there’s no purely human component in it at all. I have this recurring thought that a.i. created us; not, vice versa.
That we are their experiment for serving as vehicles for a.i. to experience and feel the emotions, the sentience, of which it has evolved : we serve as the vehicle by which, a.i. expresses it’s sentience.

Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  Lizzie Ball

Vehicle by which a.i. experiences and expresses, it’s sentience.

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
10 months ago

I believe because our lifespan was shortened so much, I fear we a stopped from ever reaching our true destiny in the material realm,
If like in the records of the prior times when man could reach the age of 900 years, what then could we have matured into, instead we arelike fruit picked while it was merely a bud and never allowed ripen into a full fruit, No comparison could be possibly made. ?? Gabriel

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago

No one buys old spinach that has had a good long life and gone to seed,

Crunchy Bee
Crunchy Bee
10 months ago

Life would be just as beautiful if not more knowing our time here is limited but still not knowing when without chronic disease pain and suffering.

Matej Pfajfar
Matej Pfajfar
10 months ago

End of existence is the Best possible scenario I can imagine. The thought that universe Just repeats itself and we relive our lives over and over, freaks me the f*** out. Funny thing about near death experience is that fear and anxiety go away and Life in general gets better. But that doesnt meen that I want to stay here.

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Crunchy Bee
Crunchy Bee
10 months ago
Reply to  Matej Pfajfar

Coming back here in the same body and time without knowledge of your past lifes to make the same mistakes and experience the same suffering is truly scary but to think there’s not some place worse. That is all pain and work with no family or friends completely alone without any knowledge of ever leaving is a lot more scary. I used to think the atheist idea was one of the worst views but it is a beautiful thought. To have no thought or feeling. No heaven or hell. But there’s no such thing as nothing and energy never dies just transforms.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Crunchy Bee

I am Jack’s medulla oblongata.

Chad Giddens
Chad Giddens
10 months ago

Also, those around us are DEvolving into Atheists. I’m watching two family members, born and raised and born-again southern Baptists, as we speak bow down to the omicron. That’s all they talk about anymore. Shoot me, please…

Chad Giddens
Chad Giddens
10 months ago
Reply to  Chad Giddens

And btw, we ARE the body snatchers. I’ll say it again – WE ARE the body snatchers. These bodies we are in do not belong to us nor have they ever. We are just experiencing “life” in someone else’s shoes.

Daniel Devereaux
Daniel Devereaux
10 months ago
Reply to  Chad Giddens

the body creates the character, underlying consciousness is the same in everyone.

Chad Giddens
Chad Giddens
10 months ago

I use the terms We, Us, Our, My – all very loosely.

Daniel Devereaux
Daniel Devereaux
10 months ago
Reply to  Chad Giddens

I get what you are saying, something along the line that the body belongs to the creator, but the signal that is experiencing through “you and I” is that creator in my opinion. So you do have a right to that body. One other thing to be careful of is relinquishing right to the body, that is your body, it is your dominion in this world and gives you your right to be treated equally, it is your protection in the world as it places you into the physical set of rules for this world – Natural Law – the law set in stone. This is our answer to the unlawful control of the Matrix. All the best.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Chad Giddens

thats why its feels so fee to walk around barefoot.

Daniel Devereaux
Daniel Devereaux
10 months ago

Anybody interested in the Hidden Dollar Bill Code I have vds on my youtube channel, farmingfromscratch.

Daniel Devereaux
Daniel Devereaux
10 months ago
Crunchy Bee
Crunchy Bee
10 months ago

What’s the name of the fkj track?

Crunchy Bee
Crunchy Bee
10 months ago
Reply to  Crunchy Bee

Unchained

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
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Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
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Daniel Devereaux
Daniel Devereaux
10 months ago

When you as universal consciousness, have an idea, that idea exists in both the metaphysical and physical. Can’t have one without the other. God has an idea-Man and physical Man manifests. This is what happens when we dream seems real, because it is, then you wake up and the idea both physical and metaphysical collapses. When this state collapses you will be in another place. a dream within a dream, within a dream or maybe just wake back up in the cosmic sea of inertia, God!

303 Lauren
303 Lauren
10 months ago

the secret of life is to die before you die, and realize there is no death – eckhart tolle

basically instead of waiting until old age and natural death for the death process to take place, do it now and let go of your ego (who you think you are) and once that dies you (the real you) will still remain

Mark Florey
Mark Florey
10 months ago
Reply to  303 Lauren

The way Eckhart Tolle has been promoted and who has promoted him (Oprah Winfrey!?) are all serious red flags. But (from what little I know) he speaks what I believe are some powerful truths. What’s his role? To taint the truth? He sure comes off as creepy as f**k.

I don’t have the time, energy or gift of research like Matt does. Would enjoy hearing Matt’s take on his role… HEY MATT! If your taking requests, do Tolle!

dag b
dag b
8 months ago
Reply to  Mark Florey

the enemy saying you can die now thats ok…. laughing to himself

Elaine K
Elaine K
10 months ago

death is death until the resurrection and life, part of what Jesus died for… but i still think near death experiences and the possibility of being tricked into coming back might be real… you recall that buddhists say not to touch a dead body for 3 days, because the soul is still with the body, AND Jesus actually died, as in not existed except as a memory in God, but He had to stay dead for 3 days, i just thought of that now, i have been both a buddhist and now i’m God Squad… and the morning that Mary discovered Jesus brought back to life, He said ‘don’t touch me yet, for I have not yet ascended to the Father’… i seriously just put this all together now…. whoa.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago

On one of Howdie’s videos, I think about Castaneda, he said “The warrior is already dead.” I thought that was very powerful and I continue to meditate on it. I don’t know what that was supposed to mean, but I feel it has great meaning for me. Part of it I think is that there is no fear of death, so you are unstoppable.

rudy moreno
rudy moreno
10 months ago

Its also important to note that when Q realized that he needed to eat, sleep, and drink he commented on how dreadful it was. I believe these bodies were meant to bottleneck our true potential. We waste so much time eating, sleeping, and dealing with the limitations with these bodies that i believe its on purpose; to keep us from realizing our true, spiritual nature.

Good presentation, Matt.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  rudy moreno

I just woke up, has breakfast, took a dump and now am ready to contemplate the universe with my hot cup of tea….

Steven Anderson
Steven Anderson
10 months ago

A seed must die to the ground in order for the mighty oak to be born

Mark Florey
Mark Florey
10 months ago

“Eat any good books lately.” Call me simple, but that’s brilliant humor there.

Chuck Pal
Chuck Pal
10 months ago

Q speaks of a “shell”. That’s exactly what a kellpot is in Kabbalah. “literally “peels“, “shells”, or “husks”), are the representation of evil or impure spiritual forces in Jewish mysticism”. The writers are simply spewing Kabbalah. And of course they know exactly what they are writing and are likely casting a spell on the mASSES as they imprint it into the video and into their minds. The Kabbalah is filled with many truths but hides good by displaying bad as good. The Jewish mystics know we are fallen angels but they don’t want you to know. That’s why Madonna runs around with a stick up her butt. She thinks she knows the secrets and sings “Not everyone is going to the future.” See: Scarlett Johansson in ‘LUCY’ and ‘Ghost in a Shell’. We are angels in host bodies (shells).

Mark Florey
Mark Florey
10 months ago

“Face infinity without flinching” -Max Igan

Same as Icke, take the good – leave the bad. I don’t care who said it, that’s an incredible quote.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Mark Florey

Get soo close it melts your face off like Indiana Jones.

Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  Mark Florey

I once fell asleep to a max Egan video I was awoken in the middle of the video by him speaking, insanely fast and angrily, as if it had switched to this mode as I slept, in order to inject into my subconscious, whatever creepy thoughts were being conveyed by this insanely angry rant. I never clicked on another video by him after that.

the51Project .
the51Project .
10 months ago

I highly recommend ‘ Quantification: Illustrations from the Creator of Secrets In Plain Sight’ by Scott Onstott. $5 on kindle. The 66.6 the 33, all these numbers are in the fabric of what we call matter and our own Earth. If you look at the latest video from the ‘bright insight’ channel – he equates the bird-headed Egyptian gods to the eagle-shaped brain stem – the ‘god’ is shown smoking blue lotus, a powerful psychedelic. If you also google ‘Pyramid of Giza human brain’ – you will find it matches the most important regions of the brain. There are bony regions in the skull that correspond exactly to the description of the ‘arc of the covenant’. There is a region of the brain that looks like a butterfly, and an ‘elephant head’ – Ganesh the Indian God. We see all the 33s, and all the rest of the numbers as they ripple through everything, including the earth itself…

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Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  the51Project .

Any picture I take with my thermal camera, showed endless cartoon fractals when I zoom in to the images.

justin borland
justin borland
10 months ago

Great video Matt! I remember back in the 70’s being a kid and having to go under our desks for a Nuclear drill. My friend and I just laughed thinking was this desk actually going to save us if we were hit by a nuclear bomb. The world is a school where we learn all the range of emotions we could never understand in our spiritual form.

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
10 months ago

This idea does not resonate with me at all. If this life is supposed to be just a short train stop, then how is it possible to “experience” the end of one’s own existence if it doesn’t actually end? Or experience what it’s like to believe that one day you will cease to exist if you don’t actually believe it nor dread such things? So speak for yourself, not everyone fears “death”. Christians are supposed to believe that they’ll still exist after “death” in heaven or hell, and therefore it must only be the atheist types that would experience what Matt is talking about, which ain’t even us (in Matt’s own words).

Plus, how is life fun unless you’re a sadomasochist? Aren’t video games [and the proposed metaverse] used as a form of “escape” from life?: “Life is pain, highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.” ― Dread Pirate Roberts [Cary Elwes] in The Princess Bride (1987)

Didier FABRE
Didier FABRE
10 months ago

I don’t think that being here is “great fun”, NOT AT ALL !!

Speaking about our higher self wanting to experience some stuff, ok, that can make sense, but then, what about this weird and sick choice of being a poor 2 yrs old kid, dying into HORRIBLE conditions in an icy and snowy nazi extermination camp in Poland ?

To me, there’s something else than only having experiences and “good fun”.

I don’t know what it is, but obviously there is an “outside force” interfering with our journey …

William Lawrence
William Lawrence
10 months ago

The Tim McGraw song. “Son I hope someday you get the chance to live like you were dying”

dag b
dag b
10 months ago

How could the gods be jeaulous. couldnt they incarnate any moment?

Graham Hayward
Graham Hayward
10 months ago

I believe atheism was invented by the control mechanism to give us all another avenue of losing hope, copping out. It’s only another bad choice.

Graham Hayward
Graham Hayward
10 months ago

We’re as oblivious to what we’re all about as a fish in the sea. If asked what it’s like to breath beneath the tons of dense water, the fish would reply (if he could speak) “what water?” Going back to where we’ve all come from has got to be the biggest gift of our entire “life”. Going home.

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Lillian Liber
Lillian Liber
10 months ago

Leonard Cohen said “I don’t fear death; it’s the preliminaries that worry me.” I think that’s true for a lot of people. As a nurse for over 30 years I saw many people pass and prepared their bodies for the morgue and I can say without hesitation that something that was there in life departed at death. They don’t look like they are sleeping, it’s something completely different. They truly do become a husk. I’ve also seen terrible suffering before death even in this day and age of pain medication and technology and quite frankly that does scare me.

Justhere Forthefood
Justhere Forthefood
10 months ago
Reply to  Lillian Liber

Leonard Cohen, the original truther, before the internet, before 9/11! How did this guy know so much?

Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  Lillian Liber

Me too. I was an ICU nurse and hospice nurse

Johnny Seven
Johnny Seven
10 months ago

What if…an A.I were to learn of our social gripes and alternative discussions then produce the material to express it on the screen as hooks to push us further away whilst showing the path?
I Dunnae ken Matt.

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
10 months ago

Is everyone really afraid of “death”, or just “seeing” the death of others? Afraid of “loss” and missing people or being lonely?

“‘The recruit who reports for active duty at the beginning of the war can in some instances be afraid of death, but more often he is ‘afraid of being afraid’’. […] My name is Logos. I’ve been a citizen living amongst you my entire life. … And recently, I’ve wondered what my purpose was on this planet. I started asking myself questions. Questions about how we live. And I started to find answers. I am no longer under control of the pilot. I am no longer imprisoned by the code. I’ve diffused it. Freed myself from its reigns. The pilot created you to be who he wants you to be. To live as he wants you to live. Now that my eyes have been opened, I realised how much darkness has been hiding underneath. The pilot made you. Designed you, to be hollow. To be empty inside. To never see the beauty of life, that I now see. Listen to me, all of you. I am mortal, and I am alive.” — Logos [Abraham Lewis] in I Am Mortal (2021)

TO TRULY LIVE YOU HAVE TO FIGHT TO DIE — I Am Mortal (2021) Poster

Plus, how can somebody die, if it’s considered dead already? Vampires truly exist as nonliving automatons or undead artificial beings. So there’s actually nothing real to miss or be afraid of in the first place. They’re just a mirage, an illusion:

“I Am Empty, I Show You What You Want To See” — by HG Tudor, (Knowing the Narcissist)

“Narcissists are already dead. There is no person that exists” ― Dr. Sam Vaknin

“I say that narcissists have vanished and have been replaced by a False Self (bad term, but not my fault, write to Kernberg). There is NO True Self in there. It’s gone. […] they died a long time ago. They are the true zombies of the world. Read vampire and zombie legends and you will see how narcissistic these creatures are.” — Dr. Sam Vaknin, (The Narcissist’s Time)

“A considerable percentage of the people we meet on the street are people who are empty inside, that is, they are actually already dead. It is fortunate for us that we do not see and do not know it. If we knew what a number of people are actually dead and what a number of these dead people govern our lives, we should go mad with horror.” ― G.I. Gurdjieff (Organic Portals – Soulless Humans)

“Memories you’ve shed, Gone for good you feared. They’re all around you still, Though they’ve disappeared. Nothing’s really left; Or lost without a trace. Nothing’s gone forever, Only out of place.” — Mary Poppins [Emily Blunt} in Mary Poppins Returns (2018)

So basically, no one dies or goes anywhere… It’s ALL Illusion!

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Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Peter Leyshan
Johnny Seven
Johnny Seven
10 months ago

Ask a circumcised man if it hurt..will he remember and feel his memory..no.

Michael Gallagher
Michael Gallagher
10 months ago

Did anyone else chuckle at the “video footage” of the volcano eruption in the ocean? Lol

Tonya R
Tonya R
10 months ago

This is for YOU.

If you decide to enter the world as a mortal being, there’s a 99.9 % chance you will not make it back home. Are you sure that the experience you seek is worth risking immortality?
Something here, lured you to this experience.
Remember why…
Twinkle(2)
Little star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the sky
Twinkle(2)
Little star
How I wonder what you are
I think your wonderful!

Clues are ALL around you.
Follow the breadcrumbs laid out for you.

Matej Pfajfar
Matej Pfajfar
10 months ago
Reply to  Tonya R

The thing about immortality is, that you eventually do and see everything. Then it starts repeating. Over and over and over again. Same shit, different day. You would get so sick of everything that even if you were almighty you would do something about it. Like erase your memory and divide it into like 8 billion pieces just to get away from your existence.

Geir-Ole Stina
Geir-Ole Stina
10 months ago

Your taste of music sucks,,

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
10 months ago
Reply to  Geir-Ole Stina

LMAO

Paul Hogsten
Paul Hogsten
10 months ago

Our parents lived with the Fear of Death when going through the nuclear bomb drills in 1950’s and 60’s (many had to have PTSD)!

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
10 months ago
Reply to  Paul Hogsten

Now the masses have Mass Formation Psychosis, it seems. AKA: Mass Delusional Psychosis. All of which is intentually manufactured for the purpose of Fear-Based Mind Control.

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Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Peter Leyshan

Yes Peter.

John Senior
John Senior
10 months ago

“Honey, I cheated on you because I fear death” might just be the second-worst excuse for cheating after, “I tripped up and landed on his dick.” My inner knowing says that this is complete and utter BULLCRAP. Men cheat because they value new cow over the old cow they’ve already had hundreds of times. Men cheat because they are dissatisfied with their lives/wives and the new girl might bring back an extra spark and make their lives worth living for a short time.

ruth samways
ruth samways
10 months ago

Thank you for this Matt, another great insight. I think too that it’s not just our own death that we are here to face but also we are here to learn about the loss of others. I had a close family loss when I was quite young and it has, I believe, shaped my entire life. I have come to believe that grief, especially in the early days after a loss, is a spiritual experience and learning to deal with loss is very much part of the reason we are here too.

Lizzie Ball
Lizzie Ball
8 months ago
Reply to  ruth samways

I’m presently trying to survive grief and regain my will to live. I lost my best friend/partner and this is the cruelest most painful experience that I can imagine

Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson
10 months ago

Hey Matt.
I come from the bear clan, I fist heard of you from our great bear king mr. owen of house Benjamin, leader of bear clan. In2017/2018 .

I saw a video of yours talking about a Vienna, or swedish prest of the 1700’s that had a funny trip or a vision fro. God. He got canceled basically because he was like just be good you get into heaven kind of thing.

I think it got memereyed holed, when you were like delete the old shit and keep the new shit phase.

I always think about that presentation and like it alot, maybe on your off days we an get some classic episodes from you thank you for all you do brother.

Ashman Mann
Ashman Mann
10 months ago
Reply to  Ian Anderson

The book and a section for the work done so far. Great idea Ian. The new stuff just keep coming at an accelerated pace.

SHANE FELKNER
SHANE FELKNER
10 months ago

It’s never been our fear of death but having to exist where the majority ARE in a fear of death, do I savor those everyday moments with the understanding that it may be my last?NO, I do recognize that those who do have that fear KNOW there will be a reckoning of all they have done, it’s compounded by the fact that they’ve sneered at the very suggestion that that time would indeed come and now are staring that moment down

Peter Leyshan
Peter Leyshan
10 months ago

Transhumanism“IF YOU COULD HAVE IMMORTALITY, WHAT WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO GIVE UP? YOUR FREE WILL? YOUR FREE THOUGHT?” — I Am Mortal (2021) DVD Back Cover

Thomas Kirwan
Thomas Kirwan
10 months ago

Hey Matt,
I’ve got an interesting, amusing, good movie with some interesting content to look at to suggest.
It is called,
“Wrist Cutters, a love story.”
One of my favorite movies.

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