Thursday, September 03, 2009
Poor Little Alice
This set is about just dawning understanding of all that Alice in Wonderland programming entailed. It was programming driven by set ups that caused one to be very confused and terrified as to what was real and what wasn't.
What made it worse is that all through the terror and agony that were very real, all of the adults were saying it was just a dream, that none of this was real. How you wished it were so, and eventually you just caved and chose to believe them, sentencing all of the memories into the dark and seemingly forgotten abyss of amnesia.
But things "forgotten" are never really gone, are they? The footprints of this conditioning show up in the adult as a constant uncertainty as to what perceptions are real and/or valid. We tend to need constant reinforcement that we are not crazy. Inside we feel like lunatics. Conveniently, we depend on others for our reality, which keeps us dependent and under the control of others.
Eventually, we climb out of the abyss, bringing the memories with us and we finally say, "It was real. It happened. I am not insane. They were."
I give the crazy back to the truly insane ones who conceive of such horrors to perpetrate onto innocent children. I claim sanity.