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Doork Knobs: Gateway to the Matrix?


See Image:Gold doorknob.jpg

See Image:Gold doorknob.jpg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Since Cody broke off the laser eye on the Level 4 Matrix Replacement
Board Control Panel, things were going wonky in my Matrix. I told
Cody, ya gotta fix that thing cause things are gettin’ weird for me.

He said he couldn’t find the laser eye in his SUV and I told him I
thought I had one in the “Minivan of Subterfuge (MoS)”.

I went to search the MoS and before I could locate another laser eye,
I found an old doorknob from at least the ’40s or ’50s. Perfect! I
came back with the doorknob and showed it to Cody.

He asked, “Can I drill some holes in the Matrix Panel to mount this?”

I said, “I don’t know, I usually only drill one hole in a Matrix
Panel, but it may just work.”

I went back to drinking my beer with the #DingoBabies Dingo Babies and
5 minutes later, Cody returned with a perfectly mounted door knob
where the laser eye had been. It felt so retro, and we initiated
ourselves and the #DingoBabies into the new Level 4. It was quite a
night.

Matrix Note:  We who have brought you the matrix have also brought you
many clues into how to navigate it to your satisfaction.  Do not
complain if you get caught into “paradigms” that cause you discomfort.

Those have been of your own choosing.

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Matrix Control Panel Guide


[Floor plan for the Masonite House exhibit]

[Floor plan for the Masonite House exhibit] (Photo credit: UIC Digital Collections)

OK, fellow travelers in this Matrix Reality, I am
writing this basic guide on constructing your own
Matrix Control Panel.

What is a Matrix Control Panel.  It’s a long story
but I will keep it brief.  I was downloaded with a
“Construct” that I can only describe as a cellular
hypertorus and I constructed my first Matrix Control
Panel in the winter of 1995.

I made several mistakes on this Level One panel,
foremost being that I constructed it out of cardboard.
Had I known that I would grow so irate with the beings
that populated my panel, so irate I broke the panel
in half, I would have constructed it out of sturdier
material.

I now build my Matrix Control Panels out of Masonite,
so that regardless of what these populating beings are
up to on my current panel, I do not have an easy way
of destroying the little world I have created for my
subsouls.

You will need a basic understanding of the “hypertorus”
geometry to master one of these panels, although you
should experience a modicum of success in you endeavor
to control your own reality with the knowledge that the
system has worked for me for 18 years and has evolved.

Your first panel should be a Level One Panel, there
being six levels.  I am on Level Four, although I have
a Level Five prototype.  The principle of the panel is
to harmonize the dogmas and rituals which you have grown
up with in what passes for education (indoctrination).

You will require the follwoing items:

A 24 inch by 36 inch panel of Masonite
A box of Spaghetti (yes, spaghetti)
Glue
A suitable ruler to lay out your basic matrix on a
large panel
Found objects (you will be gluing things into the
main Matrix)
A Sharpie or suitable way of marking the grid on the
panel
Copper pennies and not those crap zinc pennies we get
these days
A drill bit, but no power tools
Some sort of optical aperture to sacn yourself through

the Matrix
(I used the lens from an old camera for my first panel)

Feel free to add other items as this is YOUR Matrix Control
Panel

The first thing you will need to do is lay out a grid
with your marker or pen using your ruling device to map
out the main Matrix on the right side of the Matrix Panel.
You will want to leave plenty of room on the left to
hand drill the aperture, add your optical scanner and mark
your panel as Level One.

You will draw a grid on the right with the dimensions of
six squares by six squares with a dimension of 3 inches
each.  Once you have drawn your grid, I suggest that you
write in a coordinate system along the the left and top edge.
This will help you navigate the Matrix.

Take your time.  the point of this exercise is to really
consider what it is that you want from the Matrix and you
shouldn’t rush this project.

Once you have laid out your grid, it is time to glue the
spaghetti dividers for the sections of your panel.  Again,
take your time, as you fill in the grid, you may have
messages for the Matrix that you will want to add as you
continue this process.

You will need a home planet for your Matrix Panel.  This
is where the copper penny comes in.  Find a Matrix
Coordinate you are satisfied with and glue this copper
penny into the space to establish your presence in the
Matrix.  You can add more pennies if one isn’t enough, but
one should be plenty.

Embellish.

Add your found items as you are finishing establishing
your grid while gluing the spaghetti.  And don’t be afraid
to improvise, after all, this is about YOU getting a grip
on the Matrix Reality.

You may find that you will begin hearing entities on your
panel during its construction.  Relaz!  these are just
subsoul aspects of your master soul and they are there to
serve you.  They may annoy at times, but that is only because
they are trapped in a subreality that you yourself are
creating.  So be patient.

Once you have completed your grid and spaghetti gluing, you
will want to make sure that your are satisfied with the
outcome of your delving into the Matrix Reality.  It is then,
and only then that you should activate your panel by drilling
and aperture (by hand) into the lower middle right of your
panel to activate what you have instructed your matrix Control
Panel to do.

Once you have activated the panel, you will need to affix an
optical scanner of some sort to scan you through to your new
reality.  I used the laser eye from a CD-ROM drive for my
Level Four panel and it works marvelously.  Oh, and when you
scan yourself, you’ll have to make your own beeping noises
because we use no working electronics on the panels.

You will want to clearly martk this panel with a large one,
preferably in red, so I guess you need some paint, too.

Good luck with your panel!

 

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