Movies Made To Create Internal Simulated Reality
Okanogan, Washington — Art does imitate life. Conspiracy theorists project major motion pictures emulate internal state of simulated realities within viewers. “Most movies can place us into the story so well we feel what the characters in the story feel, even though they aren’t real. They use semi-life situations often exaggerate the situation for sake of the plot. However, the magic of the movies happens with the audience leaves the theaters and heads back into the real world.” According to conspiracy theorists, the audience’s tendency to place itself in the movies produces feedback loops, where the audience views life as what they saw at the movies. These states inform the viewers of what to say, how to act and behave in a certain situation, ending with how to view it. The feedback loop combines our memories of the movie with our surroundings and places us as the main character.
“This is what it means to remember a favorite scene. This happens when we say certain quotes, even when it’s sometime not right for the situation. We can’t help it, we’ve been brainwashed by the movies. Simple mind control programming is really effective. Movies are generally longer and more polished than before. So the chances for us to see life as life is often thwarted by scenarios resembling the movies. This challenges our perception of our surroundings.”
Most conspiracy theorists cite September 11th as such a brainwashing scenario, where many witnesses described the attacks as “something out of a movie”. Others have extend they’ve become part of a film, during the Aurora, Colorado movie shootings. Investigators observed many of the lone nuts narcissists, hypnotized into believing they were the main protagonist of their own movies, suddenly “act out” the part they were subliminally manipulated to act. “Take [Holmes]. He dyed his hair red to imitate a famous comic book villain. He believed he was him and wanted his actions to coincide with those of the movie. This is also good for soldiers, who watch movies of heroism to fight in wars involving little hint of valor. The soliders create a movie with them in it, as the heroes.”
The symptoms of the simulated reality phenomenon seem to correspond with certain delusional disorders, such as Delusional and Depersonalization disorders. “In Delusional disorders, patients are clearly delusional, yet do not experience hallucinations. Depersonalization gives patients a sort of “this isn’t real” feeling. However, when you add the self-centered narcissistic personality disorder in the mix, you suddenly reach a state in which the patient this is “life”. It’s kind of dreamlike and fun to those who experience it but terrifying for Americans who don’t.”
Sources believe one of out every three Americans have internal simulated realities.