There is a War for Your Mind

When you change the Lens through which you view the world, your view of the world changes, forever.

The Lens I’m referring to = your Assumptions, Beliefs, and Ideologies.

When a new, unknown Truth comes along, it forever changes how you and everyone else see things.

And once that happens, you will never see things the same way, ever again.


On January 7, 1610, Galileo used his telescope to observe the four largest moons in orbit around Jupiter.

He mapped the nightly position of those moons and discovered visual evidence to support Copernicus’ heliocentric, Sun-Centered theory.

While he was persecuted by the Catholic Church and put on trial for his research, his new “telescope invention” nonetheless made it possible for other “scientists” to see what Galileo saw.

And they began to confirm Galileo’s finding, en masse.

Despite the Church’s best efforts to shut down all dissent from the scientific community, the Sun-Centered view of the solar system became the new scientific Truth and forced the people in the world to change the Lens through which they viewed the solar system.

Knowledge, from whatever source, alters the Lens in which you see the world.

Those with a Closed Mind typically seek knowledge only from sources that confirm their existing assumptions, beliefs, and ideologies.

This is commonly referred to as Confirmation Bias.

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