They want us in a labyrinth. We want out. Ignorance equals oppression. The less you know, the more they can control you. People disconnected from the truth or plugged in a false version are up for the taking.
There are two main ways to put humanoids in ignorance mode. The most obvious method is to deform reality as much as possible. That’s been going on since the beginning. Nothing ever is true in this world. As they say – history is written by the winners and so is everything else. There are lies everywhere – in science, in religion, in finances, in law, in business…etc. Many of the so-called facts are nothing but a hallucination inserted in our minds.
The second best way to render people ignorant is confusion.
The more complicated the task, the better. When things are complex, we give up due to exhaustion and frustration. This is what the ”Illuminati” is counting on. They want us lost.
The two methods are combined for the ultimate effect. The individual is deprived of knowledge and thrown in a 3D labyrinth containing only traces of truth.
The finishing touch is added by us – the people in the labyrinth.
Since we live in a dualistic world there are truths and lies in every theory. As a result, each of us has become a victim of combative dualism – we only see the truth in our concepts and the lies in other people’s beliefs. We fight each other with ego based methods over stupid ideas. That fight creates a binary world refusing to acknowledge the existence of a third option. The masters want it that way. By focusing our attention on the left and the right, we miss the center punch.
The world of bodybuilding is full of similar deceptions. The noobs’ heads are filled with lies coming from movies, social media, forums, magazines and fairy tales told at the gym by the big brahs. The ignorance is still going strong despite the fact that there’s plenty of information refuting the mainstream bodybuilding dogma.
The world of muscle is swimming in purposely created complexity. The rules that lifters have to follow are endless.
You have to do the right exercises the right way for the right amount of sets and reps.
You have to hold the bar the right way.
You have to stay under tension for the right amount of time.
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You have to follow the right tempo to hit all muscle fibers efficiently.
You have to lift heavy. You have to lift light. You have to activate the muscle and really squeeze it hard to put the fibers into muscle building mode.
You have to take the right amount of protein, fat and carbs.
You have to do the right number of workouts because otherwise your growth demands will not be taken seriously by the gatekeepers of muscle heaven.
Those are only some of the requirements. The list is a lot longer and grows daily.
Over the years every guru has come up with his own growth thesis. The high number of theories creates a world of confusion serving the mainstream industry all too well.
The noobs a.k.a. the people who spend the most money on supplements, training programs, books, suits, magazines, personal trainers and overpriced online courses have to be kept in a confused state and milked properly over and over again. The longer they stay in the land of dreams, the more money can be collected.
But is this muscle game really that complicated?
Do we need so many theories?
Not really, but to recognize the truth, you have to spend a lot of time in the labyrinth and hit your head multiple times. Only then you can see that all it takes to get out is to open your eyes, look around, listen and fight.
Every Guy with Big Muscles is a Professor
Every muscular guy is now a professor who knows all there is to know about muscle growth. Big bros hold the secret and can give it to you if you just play by their rules. Since they are big and you are small, you have to listen. You are the poor guy, they are the billionaires.
This reminds of the get rich quick books supposedly written by wealthy billionaires who “want you rich”. In reality, those guys couldn’t care less about your wealth and their books are actually written by ghostwriters.
The ghostwriters provide quality writing for cheap whereas the businessmen bring the face and the publicity.
Do you really think a billionaire would lose time and effort to write a sugar coated selfhelp book for people working minimal wage jobs? Hahaha. The guy just founds a fool and makes him write a book filled with cliches such as:
Wake up early and work.
Don’t watch TV.
Don’t buy expensive items you don’t need. Work hard. Be patient.
Never give up.
Mute the haters.
Learn to live with less.
The principles found in similar books could indeed be useful and may even help you get ahead, but you will never join the big boys’ club.
The world of muscle is no different. The books and videos on muscle building contain the same old politically correct advice – lift hard, eat right…pray. And since all popular bodybuilders have big muscles they can play the role of a professor. Their body is their degree.
They have it and you don’t. “Let me tell you how you grow,” says the big guy in the gym and starts unveiling his broscience. “If you want a big chest, you have to place your elbows in this position when you are benching.”, “If you want big legs, you have to pre-exhaust them with leg extensions and then hit them with compounds movements.”, “If you want to get big, eat more.”
The bigger the guy, the harder it is to refute his claims. As long as the person spreading the theories looks muscular, people would believe him and do whatever he asks. If he says that the key to big biceps is drinking urine under the moonlight and dancing around an orange tree, some will do it.