Materialism and Consumerism

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When we become more aware of how Poverty Consciousness is being engineered into the materialistic minds that power up and feed into the machine of the global consumerism economy, we can see one of the main goals is to keep individuals feeling a constant pressure and concern over gaining material possessions and assessing their access to resources that equate into personal status, security or power. By specifically targeting and spreading poverty consciousness fears designed to generate insecurity, doubt and desperation in the masses, they fuel the deification of materialistic values throughout the world. As a result of the Social Engineering used to deify excessive materialism as the antidote to poverty, Consumerism becomes the main world religion, which capitalizes on the insecurity and survival fears in people in order to continually sell and market assembly lines of products.

Materialistic values powering up consumer cultures glorify and breed narcissistic personalities that have little to no empathy for other people. People that are materialistic tend to equate their value, worth and esteem on their accumulated wealth, status and possessions. Hence, they will also constantly measure others on a similar class scale in order to equate other people as lesser than or greater than themselves, dependent on how much external wealth or power that person has. Materialism is used to maintain class systems of control and the hierarchical structure of power that is based on who has all the money, power or perceived value. People that are materialistic tend to have highly ambitious, competitive, arrogant, and aggressive behaviors and are deeply concerned with issues of personal adequacy. Thus, they will compromise ethical and humane behavior in order to accumulate the wealth and possessions they want, in order to feel more powerful. That is the big set up on the earth, a person that highly desires wealth and external validation of self-worth, will have to play with the power brokers in the NAA game in order to get it. This means they must make the deal or Faustian pact to give up personal sovereignty and many times prostitute themselves, because of who is really controlling the financial structure. The first thing these dark forces do is find that ambitious person’s pressure point and work to compromise personal integrity and derail spiritual actualization, in order to exploit addictions and weaknesses through psychological and emotional blackmail. An addicted person is a weak minded person that is easily possessed, therefore is easily manipulated by their uncontrollable impulses until they become so fully corrupt, their physical body is used to satisfy the whims of dark forces that are controlling their addictions. This is the main reason why so many materialistic people become incredibly insecure and desperate to maintain their wealth and power, they fall prey to their personal addictions and indulgences which lead to their rapid spiritual decline, which exacerbates even more unethical and criminal behaviors.

The entire current economic system is based on mass marketing the psychology of consumption and buying excess amounts of products by triggering Poverty Consciousness and Materialism in people. It doesn’t matter what you buy or how you buy it, the corporations just want everyone to buy, even if you don’t have the money and have to beg, borrow or steal to keep buying their products.

Materialistic indoctrination comes in many shades of intensity that are revealed within a person’s belief system and unconscious behaviors. When a person has made materialistic goals their primary objective, it is easy to observe how that materialism evolves into thought obsessions that wholly dominate their perceptions, attitudes and behaviors in the external world. Materialism is to place one’s primary values upon material possessions and physical comfort, making them much more important than anything else, therefore discounting the importance of focusing upon spiritual, ethical or humanitarian values. The Controllers continually shape the global society into the general worldview of purely materialistic assumptions, that what we can see in matter is all that exists, thus, there is nothing else beyond matter. If we believe materialism is the only true nature of reality, we are easily led to think that the pursuit of material things is more important than anything else. If a person believes that getting material things equates to their personal survival, they will do anything, say anything, and potentially hurt anything, in order to get what they believe they need to survive or to feel happy.

If the meaning of life is about materialism, why should I even try to live a moral or ethical life? It is very easy to corrupt and fragment the mind and soul of a materialistic individual that is obsessed with selfish greed and the pursuit of monetary wealth in an extremely corrupt system. Therefore this selfish thought form is targeted into the minds of humanity to spread corruption, greed and poverty consciousness in the human mind and heart, which is ultimately harmful to all people.[1]

Consumptive Modeling

Consumptive Modeling is the taking, stealing, superimposing or using of another's energetic resources or life force for one's personal use, personal gain or to build upon in the Law of Structure which is enforced by the False King of Tyranny or False Gods. Usually this process of taking or stealing the energetic or other resources is hidden in deception, lies and manipulation through Mind Control. This is the core programming of the NAA to enslave planet earth and humanity though the Corporatocracy.

Also, Consumptive Modeling is the consequence of the Negative Ego and the influence the NAA has had upon downloading their Predator Mind to the human race since the Sumerian-Egypt Invasion occurred over 5,500 years ago. This genetic damage to the planet manifested finite energy supply and is defined by the Vesica Pisces geometry and its Bi-Wave Influences.

References

  1. Poverty Consciousness

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