True and False versus Good and Evil

The Matrix as a symbol of the illusion
Our minds work in binary just like computers. Quantum physics teaches us that we are, in fact, the creators of our experience since we decide whether our thoughts are simply waves or solid matter.

I’m going to show these people what you don’t want them to see. I’m going to show them … a world without rules or controls, borders or boundaries. A world where anything is possible. Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you…… The Matrix

By Cathy Eck

In the Beginning, There was True and False

In the beginning, humans were mentally wired to understand the difference between true and false.  If they thought something true, they felt good.  If they thought something false, they felt emotions.  They would let the false thought go, and they were back on track.

It was just like that hot and cold game that you may have played as a child.  This game of life was very easy.  Everyone lived in the Garden of Eden.  Everyone’s mind and emotions worked like a perfect navigation system.  There were no losers.


The Game Change to Good and Evil

But then there was a game change.  It is a mystery why this game change occurred.  Most of the myths and legends say that some people wanted to win at the expense of others.  They had a desire to create a powerful elite group that had it all.  The state of the world today leans toward that explanation.  But it is also highly possible that these people just wanted to spice up the game of life; and once they changed the rules, they got in over their heads.  The game of good and evil was invented; and our mental wiring was slowly transitioned to support good and evil (the false self) and forget our original design (our True Self).

In the Book of Genesis, Chapter 1, God only makes good.  There is no evil.  In Genesis, Chapter 2, God has a new name.  A name change means something important.  This is not the same God.  But most readers skip over that huge glaring clue, mostly because they were told to do so.

God #2 always has an opposite; he is the God of duality, of good and evil, and other games such as win-lose or superior-inferior.  He is the God of the false self.  That is why he judges, punishes, and gets jealous.  The True Self God just loves unconditionally.

God #2 was a carry over from the Pagan sky Gods (like the Greek God Zeus).  If you ate the apple, you entered the new game just like Neo took a pill to enter the game in the Matrix.  In God #2’s game, good and evil are equally matched players; and the trick is that you don’t know for sure what is good and what is evil.  Good and evil changes depending on your culture, status, or religion.  Good and evil are two sides of the same coin; you can’t separate them.  You try to be good, and you get nowhere.  That is how the game was designed.  The ancient masters called this being stuck in the illusory world.

The perfect true-false navigation system no longer worked.  In the good and evil illusion, you felt good when you made others happy or followed the rules; and you felt bad when you followed your heart or did what you love.  You felt good when you worked hard, and bad when you played or worked smart.  You felt good when others are happy, and guilty when you put yourself first.  Your once perfect navigation system became stuck in a circular loop.

You heart’s desires could now only come true if you had enough willpower to win the good and evil game.  But winning that game is still at the expense of others, and truly good people will unconsciously lose so that they don’t harm others.


How do you get out?  

We have to exit the game and return to the world of win-win.  We stop playing the good and evil game, which means that we stop following other people’s rules.  We stop trying to be good or rejecting evil because that doesn’t work.  We mentally drop the game and follow our heart, the voice of unconditional love within.

Every time we reject a belief of the good and evil game, our True Self does a little victory dance.  When the illusion of good and evil becomes false in our mind, it loses all of its power.


The Ancient Initiates and the Apocalypse

The ancient initiates spent years learning how to defeat their own false minds.  This is not a Saturday afternoon project; it is a way of life.  They understood that the apocalypse, or battle of good and evil, was a mental battle.  It is the final battle that we all must fight to win our mind back and return to Eden.  The end of the Bible brings us back to the beginning, when our minds and hearts were pure.  The apocalypse is nothing more than the end of the illusion of good and evil.  But we won’t get there by fighting others or willing others into submission; we get there by turning our will inside and fighting our own inner battle.


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Cathy Eck has been researching life's greatest mysteries for over two decades. She knows that everyone deserves to fulfill their dreams and fulfill their destiny. It is only the false beliefs that we hold in our mind that keep us from achieving that end. As we let those beliefs go, life gets much easier and more joyous. In the course of her research, Cathy has learned many tricks to make the journey much easier. She shares what she has learned on and