What do all things have in common?

Learning To Read Their Hand By Using Discernment To See The Pattern – The Pixar Theory

The Pixar Theory

If you’re proud of your ability to read between the lines, then see if you are up to this test!
It’s sad they relate everything to each other in terms of conflict. This is premature globalism. Everything is set at odds with another.

The culture of fear and control…
Scarcity and Creation by means of destruction.

Their most important relationship to their world is measured (for them) in terms of control. Their fear dictates their necessity for that control (leading to a pathology). A portion of humanity branches itself off into what is known as a dominance hierarchy whose aim is for ‘full-spectrum dominance’.

For us their actions make no sense and are obviously wrong, but they actually believe they are doing the right thing! That’s one of their reasons for needing to feel they’re ‘special’ (we cannot understand them like they think they do themselves).

They try to satiate their insatiable appetite for security by inserting control mechanisms everywhere they find an opening for them. It becomes so natural for them that they no longer even recognize their own proactive and reflexive actions!

Thusly, they actually create the very reasons for their fear. Our not accepting their methods also gets fed into their psychotic dance thereby creating more fear within them requiring more drastic measures to quell their higher sense of fear. This heightened sense of fear creates even more need to mitigate itself leading to a vicious cycle in which the snake eats its own tail…

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