Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Losing Your Bearings A Lot?: The World Of Polarity Reversal

A compass is perhaps one of the most important discoveries of exploration next to the calendar. With the calendar we can easily discern the direction of our travel by the direction of Sol, our Sun's travel above us from the east to the west on a daily basis. From that minor piece of information we can discern or direction of travel with the naked eye, even resorting to a stick pushed into the ground and using the direction of its shadow for bearings.

When the day is cloudy and overcast, it is sometimes impossible to tell which direction the Sun is travelling and therefore impossible to discern our direction. We might not have some obvious indicators such as Sun bleached grass near a tree (which would indicate the east - west axis by the fact the shadow from the tree would result in a band of grass much darker than the Sun bleached variety). When those means fail, we are out of luck so to speak. Enter the compass, our wonder tool for navigation. With it we can quickly and easily determine our directions, and travel quickly from point to point and make it to and from our destination and departure point in record time (if we've enough fuel). This miracle device operates by the wonder of the Earth's magnetic poles. Our North Pole specifically, which houses a powerful magnet that quickly determines the direction of magnetic North on our compass. All's well as long as the polar magnets remain in the correct polarity. What would happen if the poles suddenly reversed. Then reversed again. Then once again after that? What if they continued doing the same thing over and over again?

Our advancement and navigation through progress and working together in society is dependent upon communication. Words form the basis of communication and like the Earth itself, words have a polarity too, Words can be spun like a coin and dropped on the table to reveal their definition or the opposite definition if it so turns out. This concept is the polarity of words. With the polarity of words, we can quickly reverse the definition of something we've said to mean the opposite, or we can obscure a truth by explaining the opposite fact so that others listening in to our conversation are diverted in the completely the opposite direction. Great if you are let in on this tantamount wonder of secret by the rest of your fellow human beings. What if you weren't? What if the entirety of human kind somehow decided: we're not going to tell everyone, just the ones that we want to know.

Well then, you'd probably stumble around for a while thinking that everything was just fine and dandy and before you knew it, you'd be finding life very difficult and not understanding why it had become as such. You'd say: Wow, I really love my job! and others at your work place would probably start avoiding you. You might kiss your girlfriend and say: Honey, you're awesome. How about we go out and I take you for a nice dinner? She might pack her things and leave you promptly. There are many possibilities and that is for certain and it probably would not go too well for you if you were one of the last to find out.

Now imagine that the polarity of the Earth just kept on jumping back and forth between North/South alignment. What would you do? If you were an explorer you'd immediately have to rely on another means of navigation other than the polarity of the Earth core magnetic. Much like that with words, you'd have to rely on another means of communication that did not depend upon the definitions of words. A difficult prospect at best.

You'd quickly have to hammer out a means of definition that would suit you and how you intended what you said. That definition would likely be founded by the representation of the colours that you were wearing and whose ever club those colours represented. You would suddenly find yourself have to pledge allegiances with things that you might not have had to at some point in the past, because you'd have to have an agreed polarity for the meanings of words. Affiliations with clubs and the colours of those clubs offer that. Unfortunately.

I say unfortunately because in this day and age, there might be people who want what you say to mean the opposite, and others that want it to be aligned with the original defined meaning. If you are someone that is watched by a lot of people, that might turn into a battle or competition between those groups and that would be essentially the cause of the poles jumping from North to South and then to North again etc...

So now you're caught in this eternal struggle between people whom seem to get away with a lot despite laws and civilization. What do you do?

Stick to the truth by the definitions that you always knew. If you step into their minefield, you'll never find your way out. It will be one direction one day and then the next the other. The day after that it might be the same as the day before then change halfway through the day. For the words to be lined up in definition with what you want them to, it takes people agreeing upon this fact. The problems resulting from this definition have to do with my prior post and the definitions of colours and the transference of good and burden according to the definitions of those colours.

If you say that you love someone, you want it to mean that to them but maybe, just maybe its better to keep it in the center and as your secret. If you've already revealed that to someone then you'd better keep it where it is because the forces at work nowadays will play you all over the place in that regard.

Many of the clubs that do reverse polarity, use the colour blue to represent that the polarity has been reversed, so use that first as a bearing.

Remember that the people who do, most often want to reverse whatever it is that you said or did to mean the opposite. So if you stood against something that they want protected, and your opinion is trusted by many, they're going to try to reverse the polarity of words in order to protect it.

Many groups and gangs do this as I've said and use it to run an area in terms of the underground economy. Groups use it in gaining control of the definitions of colours by one group more prominently than another in order to snare the communications and rule of an areas underground economy. So with this being a big game in some areas and others outside of those areas not understanding that these are the forces at work, it makes communications difficult. Stick with the truth that is well defined and that is a part of the history of words in the dictionary.

That's my advice and I depend upon it. The kind of people who play this polarity reversal game are not the kind of people that you want running things, because those definitions will flow in whatever direction benefits them, not what is good for and beneficial to society and people and more importantly, the truth.

Stay Safe And Be Well
Brian Joseph Johns
http://risquefactor.blogspot.ca
http://poetryandfiction.blogspot.ca







A Tale Of Two Identities

It was the best of crimes. It was the worst of crimes. He was a wealthy successful business owner. He was a poor and destitute homeless person.

If Charles Dickens had been speaking of identities when he penned A Tale Of Two Cities, that's how he might have begun his literary masterpiece of love and hate. It would make sense for anyone to have two identities or even more because you could simply pick the best one to suit your needs at any given time to deal with any situation.

Identity is more than just what is written on your identification. It is your very being to the core and the finger prints you leave behind in the world and how you affect it. So every driveway you shovel in the winter, every rant you might have about life, every donation you make to a charity, every time you hold the door for someone, every time you go to bat for someone else, every blog article you write, that's you. Therefore your identity is the impression that leaves upon others and if that impression is favourable or good, it can have value to those that have never met you or seen you but have heard say of you. Notoriety.

That's mostly the good things about you that create that impression upon others whether they know you personally or not. The private ones, and the ones that might vilify you to others such as every time you've raised your voice, every time you've said something that you did not mean to say, every time you've reacted, every time you've made a poor decision, every time you've done something that you'd rather not have it end up in the public awareness. Those are as much a part of you being you even if you were tricked or it was a mistake but they are the things that are personal to you as much as what colour underwear you are wearing. They are personal and private and not pertinent to all situations in public life. Those too make up parts of your identity though people would likely not understand context or situation that brought those things about all the time.

What if you had more good than you did bad? Then it would be easy for anyone else to make the claim that they were you. Your identity would be an easy grab for anyone because the weight of being you would be light if there was only benefit to it. So some people who though they were being good might have in order to protect you, come up with some stuff that made the act of being you a little bit more heavy, so that others who tried to take that identity would be in for a ride. The only thing is that those people never bothered you about those things.

Then later on in life, another group of people who thought to themselves if that person is who they really say they are, then wouldn't they have to be as much a part of their bad as they were their good? So in thinking that they decided to make it into a game of finding out all those secrets that others use to protect people who've got a lot of good to take if someone stole their identity. Once they have those secrets, they only need to subject the real person to tormenting about those things. If they drop those things or deny them, then they must not be the real people that own that identity then, are they?

So enter a bunch of people who figured out that if you tricked or set up a bunch of people into situations that they'd normally not take part in by playing their naivety, you could create the means to steal their identity. Especially if you had accounts of that activity from others.

So that's precisely what a group of people did, though they ultimately found out that they did not need to set any situations up. They only needed to find out about the victim's past, and find people who had similar things in common and they could trade the people's identities, because if one would react to the same stimuli that made the other react, then they must be the same person. That's how a group of people derived the logic in their effort to steal others' identities.

Before most knew it, this game had become global. It created a way to take another person's identity and trade the bad identity from one person onto another person. All if you cannot maintain the things that make you who you are.

Identity theft is so much more than stealing a wallet in this day and age. It is about stealing a person's being and reputation even without taking their identification. The persona and image you create online has value to others. Being able to distinguish between you in person and an online identity may be the biggest scam of the decades to come because is you are accomplished or are in the process of accomplishing, others who may not want to make the effort but reap the rewards might just conspire to take it from you.

The people who do these things and attempt to take from others via these means, often make it a game of implying that a deed belongs to whomever can keep it secret. So the cult make it game of trying to steal what you say and do from you by breaking it as a secret. So for the groups that do this, that means keeping you under constant watch so they can know when you accumulate secrets and accomplishments. Once they can keep a hand on the pulse of your accomplishments and activities, they know all your current secrets. They can then break you of them and and steal them for others claim. These groups that do this believe that the truth should go with whomever can protect it, not the person whom originated the word or deed.

Some groups might even found a moral logic to justify this action, claiming you to not be deserving of success by their definition of right and wrong and therefore ideology comes into play.

This is mostly just a heads up to those of you out there who have a web presence that forms up part of your online identity and could possibly form up part of your in person resume.

There are people out there who might try to as they do in your real life, create the impression of a lot of bad in association with your online identity so that there is no benefit to you in using it as a resume piece in your real life for it might be accompanied by a wealth of bad material about you to counterbalance the good of you online.

We all have things that we would not put on our resume and that does not make you bad. It makes you wise. There are however people who do not feel the same way, and feel it fair to fill in the blanks with an equal amount of your bad, contrived or not.

Be careful with your real identity and don't let anyone take it from you.

Stay Safe And Be Well
Brian Joseph Johns
http://risquefactor.blogspot.ca
http://poetryandfiction.blogspot.ca