Monday, October 29, 2018

The NPC Meme Phenomenon - Why Is It So Popular?

Many people may not have heard of the origin of the NPC meme, but virtually everyone that has used it understands that it's a metaphor for a soulless being (up until attempts were made to start to co-opt it by the original targets; this is always how darkness attacks the light). A non playable character is essentially a character run directly by the computer that the human You is interfacing with. In reality, it's a slave entity that is created for the benefit of the human and maintained and controlled by the Controller, the mind of the Computer, the AI that today's computer manufacturers are building into their product. So?

Well the original concept behind the NPC meme was essentially developed by someone who believed that there are a finite number of souls on Earth, and that as the birth rate rises it is producing what are essentially soulless entities, NPCs, as by now there are more than enough bodies to house the existing souls. These are superfluous humans, as the perpetrators of this theological paradigm conceived them. This viewpoint takes into account the fact that the original NPCs were necessary to develop a sense of 'reality' in their video games. The various colored ghostly entities in the original Pacman are NPCs. They were a necessary element to an artificially-constructed 'reality' that was immersive enough for the human You to be intrigued enough to be drawn in, becoming a customer, a fan, a word-of-mouth salesman, etc. I myself regularly play four NPCs, whose only characteristic is their differing colors, in Strategery.

As AI (Artificial Intelligence, for those still immersed in paper newspapers and magazines) continues to accelerate, the human may or may not pace him or herself to the machine, giving more or less input to the final product. Sophia, the world's first robot to receive an international travel document, may take issue with that, and perhaps she's got a point: she's an actual human-looking, human-moving, human-thinking, talking robot that can construct her own replies to spontaneous questions. Still, a soul-less being, according to the original NPC meme concept. The question rightly becomes, "why are replacement machines being made to replace we humans? We can't even use what we have!"

I understand the tendency to consider this concept as more valid than the idea that everyone has a soul....maybe not from the moment they are born or even conceived, but I would argue that every flesh-suit brought into this world in the human form has the capability to either spark a soul OR receive a soul (this is known as a 'Walk-in', and is rarely invoked after the human has physically matured to puberty and beyond), and this is why we have to give the same value to every living human. Furthermore, we are not allowed to know if we are simply dealing with a person who's personality is primarily the result of their socialization and education, or if we are dealing with an older incarnated soul with at least one previous life under his belt, one that has a lot more cunning and emotional complexity to their personality. The problem is, many [five-sevenths, or a bit over 70%) have yet to spark a soul or contain a previously-incarnated soul. These are the people in the public that the mainstream media targets in their programming, so that the NPC targeted demographic knows what's "cool", what's "politically correct",

They're also the same propagandists that brandish the weaponized phrase "conspiracy theorist", or "conspiracy theory". Heck, even the official story behind 9/11 is by their own definition a 'conspiracy theory'. I personally insist on the use of the term "conspiracy analyst" to describe myself, as I study "conspiracy analysis". In fact, I'm engaged in that this very moment! As are you, most likely, unless you're a troll or an NPC yourself, looking for weak points to attack.

So allegedly one out of seven human beings houses an incarnated Soul, having anywhere from 1 to 900 past lives. Even the 900 is not a hard-and-fast rule either, but an average. Just as the average life of the average human flesh-suit is 79 years, give or take if you are a female or male. At the current state of affairs with over 7 billion humans now existing on planet Earth, approximately 1 billion of them are souls that have been cultivated here on this planet. They represent that which will go on after the "Ashes to Ashes" part. [Edit to add this corroboration: In 1999 I had a tenant with a plumbing issue, and while attending to the task I overheard her boyfriend, a truck driver, regale her and her friends with what is readily classified as "conspiracy theory". He went on to say that some things he was involved with were classified "until after 2050". Finishing my plumbing task I asked him something and we both recognized we couldn't discuss it in front of the girls. Moving outside he informed me that he had taken part in a crash retrieval, in 1984 I believe, but the vignette that's important here is when he went to be debriefed afterwards, while riding the elevator down 3/4ths of a mile underneath the original Trinity Test Site or nearby, he heard words in his head that could only be coming telepathically from a very tall, odd-looking and pale Nordic-type of 'human' in the elevator with him. The Tall White mused how much life had changed for humanity when they had been re-engineered to a shorter life-span, as they weren't getting much done in the much-longer lives of Methusaleh's time. With lifetimes spanning only a tenth of what they once were, there was more of an urgency on the part of humans to get stuff done, and so it was.]

Furthermore, and always "allegedly" although I lean towards "probably", one out of seven human beings has a soul that has originated from another planet and is known as a "star child" or starseed. Not all of these "star children" are spiritually oriented to the light; many in fact are specifically oriented to the darkness, and if they are aware of it they often abuse their privilege to influence the clueless and naive humans that are going through their spiritual training. Humans are given opportunities to have encounters with the star children, and will generally tend to gravitate towards those who are oriented in the way they are aligned. Star children can be a family member, a local Merchant, a fireman or policeman, a doctor, etc..... They are just as capable of appearing human-like as any other human. And also as capable of cold-blooded murder, rape, theft, etc.

Now, to return to the issue at hand. Every human who does not have an incarnating soul will nonetheless have ample opportunities in the encounters with other humans and the institutions that they have created, not to mention Mother Nature, that create moral dilemmas. When a truly weighty decision must be made by a human, if they have no already incarnated-soul by which to weigh the decision, they must use not only their education, but 'rise' to the occasion. When it rises to that occasion, it generates a glandular response that is appealed to by ideology of one kind or another. Each ideology embodies either reliance on brute force (might) and domination over other humans that present obstacles, giving rise to a sense of satisfaction almost akin to an orgasmic state, as some stated, in seeing destruction and despair of the Other. That would be one extreme, but there are many varying degrees of this impulse of selfishness that requires the Other to suffer in order that the Self is raised up.

However, given a similar dilemna, a 'raw' human could make an ENTIRELY DIFFERENT decision, if his or her impulse is to welcome another human and share both the work tasks and food. Cooperation, contrasted to the impulse of competition and Conquest. Ultimately, a singular act of this impulse would lead to the urge to merge. Love.

NPCs are rightly made to represent the rigid party-line of what the Left has become, which is almost antithetical to the goals they once espoused. Because they are soul-less, they have no idea how empty the rhetoric sounds to the practiced ear. They're programmed with the once-vibrant values of the Left, that valued every life equally, that valued free speech. transparency, was anti-war, and anti-violence. Love and acceptance. They have been programmed from the moment the electronic nanny began broadcasting to them, through the education system devised by the robber-barons that sought to suppress competition even as they thrived by it and used it to their benefit, and right through the franchised Peace symbol of the Sixties, the Smiley symbol of the Seventies, Pacman in the Eighties, and the fracturing of popular culture after that as the internet and computer took off.

The programming apparatus is starting to break down and soon the Evil Ones won't know what to do. Seems their "Red October" isn't working out as they hoped.

But the reason the NPC meme is so popular is because it is to this generation of patriotic activists what the razor blade represented in the punk-rock era, what the peace sign originally did in the Sixties, and in fact memes in general do that today. The creative people who see the hollow programming in Establishment media, from their emphasis on cute pet videos (don't get me wrong; we DO love the occasional cute pet) and 'adult animation' that shreds cultural values in often-sophomoric episodes, to the emphasis on corporate sports such as football. NPC characters represent the 'drone' mentality that results from the co-option of every organic impulse in life by corporate interests. The exemplify the Orwellian quality of modern-day life, the emphasis on conformity and uniformity even as they mouth platitudes exalting the opposite. Everything is reduced to a thought that is usually devoid of logic.

Here is my representation of the classic "Orange Man Bad", now popping up all over the internet and t-shirts worldwide, but most of the good versions have copyright protection so in order to illustrate what I'm saying, this is as close as I can get:

And here is the author currently