By Lestado Codicus
What does it mean when society would rather watch a movie about a group of Super Villains than Super Heroes? Suicide Sqaud is at the top of Google Trends… But why?
That is exactly where we are. According to Google Trends, interest in Suicide Squad (a movie about Villains from D.C. Comics) is spiking & the average sits MUCH higher than its counterpart Dawn of Justice. What does that say about our society? Has everyone become so immoral that their new heroes are villains?
With shows like Hannibal thriving as well, we are that much closer to a #ShamlessAmerica. Is it really because people are more interested in evil? Could it be that our world is going to hell in a hurry? Perhaps… Or maybe the search results are being controlled to influence people.
In another article, I wrote about several studies that PROVED search engine algorithms could be exploited to influence people’s opinion on an election. What if we are being manipulated into seeing evil when we are looking for good? What I mean by that is: what if Suicide Squad is always at the top of results when you search for D.C. Comics? According to science that would make you more interested in Suicide Squad. But hey, what do studies prove? Mind control isn’t real… Right?
These self-acclaimed magicians have been practicing the manipulation of mankind for millennia. Magic is not fireballs and lightning from your hands… Magic is being able to create a desired outcome by unconventional means. As a former student of the occult, I can tell you that magic is real and it isn’t what you think.
“Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.” — Aleister Crowley
Beware of thoughts that aren’t your own. Hold strong to your ideals and be unshakable. And most importantly, QUESTION EVERYTHING!
“never give in, never give in, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.” –Winston Churchill