Went to Aldi’s for cheap organic produce today. Hmmm . . . should I bring my mask along? I decided to stuff it in my pocket, just in case of too many glares. I was interested to see how many would wear masks. Well, I’d say about 80%, including all the clerks. I didn’t put mine on.
A week ago, not nearly so many masks in Aldi’s. I’ve noticed the mask uptick elsewhere too. Even the neighbor couple who walk by this house each day, were wearing masks for the first time yesterday. Seeing their halting stride, their downturned heads, I couldn’t help but feel sorry for. them.
Strange. More and more, it’s as if the mass(k) programming is taking hold at an even deeper level, just as lockdown begins to release. What gives?
I presume you’ve noticed that to continue to wear a mask is a sign of submission, of being muffled? That, at this point, after more two months of lockdown that was supposed to end in two weeks, masks signal humiliation, abject, insufferable obedience? And that, in fact, either “obedience” or its lack is mainly enforced through crowd control?
On the other hand, there are pockets where people aren’t wearing masks at all. Especially crowded beaches, with no social distancing.
It all makes me wonder about Sheldrake’s “morphogenetic fields” or, to use astrological language, Neptunian frequency fields — invisible, and very very strong, signaling a collective mood, attitude, belief, whether conscious or unconscious, which encourages, even dictates, certain behaviors and forbidding others. These “fields” hold some of us in; others, those. who have seen through the Matrix, can certainly see through this ruse too.
To date, I’ve worn a mask five times, twice to Menard’s (which requires them), and three times to grocery stores — so as not to upset others, especially since, at 77, I’m “old,” and so supposedly susceptible.. But today I basically declared to myself that I’m done with the mask foolishness, which, BTW, not only does not protect, but can positively do harm.
Here are two opinions from sott.net on the subject:
Darn! I just searched in vain for a photo of a sheep with a mask on. No luck.
Update, May 26: My good friend Julia sent me several sheep/mask photos. This one has just the right expression in the eyes:
“Huh? Really? Well, okay, whatever you say . . .”