Mass Mania in Slow Motion
by Alex Cosper

Mass Mania in Slow Motion

We live in a world of colorful images in the form of dots on a screen.
These dots leads us into a fantasy world that replaces the real world
and helps drive mass mania in slow motion. A lot of what we are told by mass media leads to mass acceptance, which becomes very difficult to cure. Read more about Mass Mania in Slow Motion here.

Outsider Blues

Conformity is the essence of mass marketing of pop culture. The monkey see monkey do equation gets to be pretty simple if no one is raised to question what they see or hear. Things become popular partly by individual choice, but it's not as if every individual discovered it on their own. People who go against the grain of conformity are treated as outsiders. Read more about Outsider Blues here.

Question What You Read

At one time all you have to do was get a book published and the masses who read it assumed it had to be factual content in order to be published in a book. Those were the days when you could trick people about their own history. Actually, it still goes on today. You have to be even more careful about what you read on the internet and consider what the commercial motives are behind the writing. Read more about Question What You Read here.

Assembly Line Music

Getting an entire society on the same page seems kind of complex, unless you're one of the few corporations who get to control the handful of media channels that the masses consume. Getting the masses to forget about their own culture and consume assembly line music is one way to keep uniformity and conformity in order. Read more about Assembly Line Music here.

Shrunken Heads

Once you become aware of who you really are as a person beyond a consumer, you can then begin to see who the gatekeepers are that have been holding you back from exploring nature. They turn out to be shrunken heads and it should come as no surprise that they are heavily driven by greed. Read more about Shrunken Heads here.