‘The Matrix’ by Take No Gnosis

What happens when you look into the definitions and etymologies of words like 'Matrix', 'Neo', 'Trinity', 'Morpheus', and so forth?

In the film 'They Live', sunglasses are used to 'see the truth'.

In the film 'The Matrix', we witness a similar 'sunglasses = truth' trope. Why might that be?

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Member Skype #26 – Gematria & Language (8-Jul-2018)

What is 'gematria'? Why do some promoters of the concept seem to cherry-pick their data? Where did the English language come from? Is the average person today largely 'symbol-illiterate' and, if so, what can or should be done about it?

Joining me to discuss these questions and more was an all-star cast of interlocutors, including yet another MSC debutante -- who apparently knows a thing or two about communication himself...

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JLB Member Skype #07 – Matrix & Birth Trauma (11-Feb-2018)

The official etymology of the term 'matrix' suggests that the word has a direct relationship to 'womb' and/or pregnancy.

Neo's expulsion from the 'matrix' into a dark and sterile ship was extremely traumatic. Is the typical hospital birth in the 'real world' today so different?

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The Matrix – Simulacra – Baudrillard – Fake War

Almost everybody seems to ‘understand’ The Matrix and the various esoteric and philosophical concepts explored within. How many know anything about Simulacra and Simulation, a book cited within the film? How many are familiar with its author, Jean Baudrillard? And how many are aware that the very same French philosopher wrote a book entitled ‘The Gulf War Did Not Take Place’?

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Simulacra & The Silverfox

You've seen The Matrix. You know that there are esoteric and/or 'hidden' messages contained within. You're aware that Neo's passport expires on September 11, 2001.

You understand that the 'follow the white rabbit' trope is employed in the film as is the now-cliched concept of 'taking the red pill'.

What if I told you that the rabbit hole goes much, much deeper than any of this? What if I could prove it to you?

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