Confucius Asks: Why Destroy Our Ancient Knowledge?

Taoism is perhaps the main Chinese religion, of great importance which is for some reason not always recognized.  The population of China is about 1.4 billion.  Of those, perhaps only 20 percent are exclusively Buddhist.  The number of Christians and Muslims combined is probably below 10 percent.  What remains is most of the Chinese people, practicing folk religion which is generally based on Tao ("the way").  The total number of people who incorporate Taoist rituals could exceed a billion, making it the fourth most populous religion after Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism.  Religions in the East are not so rigidly defined and aggressively separated as they are in the West.  Confucianism is a spiritual movement with followers in the millions, however Confucius is also a deity in Taoism.  When the teachings of Buddha entered China from India around the time of Christ, they were not rejected by Taoists, but generally accepted and became influential.  Conversely, very rarely do westerners practice more than one Abrahamic religion, or even incorporate them.  Perhaps because Taoism loosens the definition of religion, Taoists do not assert themselves or their sect in the same forceful way as other more centralized groups.

Like Christianity, Islam and Judaism, Taoism is a literary religion in its assertion that wisdom can be imparted through reading.  Unlike these religions, however, the holy text of Taoism does not spend so much time on ancient histories, genealogies, stories, rules, or matters not directly linked to moral and spiritual renewal.  Instead, Tao Te Ching, attributed to the legendary Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu, is directions to peace, according to short excerpts of wisdom, slogans or mantras.  The Analects of Confucius, also written five centuries before Christ, concisely presents the attitude of a healthy mind.  Whereas the Bible is almost an exercise in excessive record keeping and chronicling, the classic Taoist texts seem to be purposefully as short as possible.

The idea of a "saying" is a little absurd, and grammatically incorrect also.  It's "I am saying", not "I am a saying".  For us westerners, these thoughts, short or perhaps longer strings of words, were traditionally pulled from the finest sources, either classic literature, Greek or Roman, the Testaments, perhaps an Eastern source, the entire summation of centuries of practiced morality.  Today, our collected conception of wisdom is a hideous amalgam of movie lines, product slogans, sports quotes, and the occasional Shakespeare or Dickens reference.

Slogans are a vital component of the Dreamtime Code.  They are the most basic public statement of a company's principals, as well as the motto by which its employees operate.  Like everything which the Government-media presents in the media, they must be written according the rules of the Code.  The most important and easily explained rule of the Code is the "Rule of 3".  As initials, the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 23rd and 26th letters are used in conjunction with themselves, as well as strengthening letters A, B, D, J (10), and T (20), in order to prescribe power.  The remaining letters are consequently disenfranchised and the ideas which they symbolize lose power.  All of these famous examples follow "Rule of 3" as the combination of only "3" letters and catalyzers, but not the remaining Right-sided letters.

IBM Computer's well-known slogan is "Solutions For A Small Planet".  S.F.A.S.P. = 19-6-1-19-16.  The catalyzer A (1) strengthens the other "3" letters.

Chase Bank's slogan is also simple: "Chase What Matters".  C.W.M. = 3-23-13.  All "3" letters, used together in order to give each strength, as well as connectivity.

Nokia's "Connecting People" is again very evident.  C.P. = 3-16.

The United Airlines slogan since 1965 has been "Fly The Friendly Skies".  F.T.F.S. = 6-20-6-19.

Ford's slogan "Built Ford Tough" again follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter F (6) with catalyzers B (2) and T (20).

Even longer slogans, such as Panera's "Food As It Should Be", have to follow the code.  F.A.I.S.B. (6-1-9-19-2) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters F (6), I (9) and S (19) with catalyzer B (2).

"Maybe She's Born With It, Maybe It's Maybelline" follows the "Rule of 3" entirely.  M.S.B.W.I.M.I.M. = 13-19-2-23-9-13-9-13.  The "3" letters I, (9), M (13), S (19) and W (23) are combined with the catalyzer B (2).

Altoids Mint's Slogan "Curiously Strong Mints" follows the "Rule of 3" as C.S.M. (3-19-13), all "3" letters.

Home Depot's "More Saving. More Doing." consists of two two-word "sentences".  M.S.M.D. moves to 13-19-3-4, following the main "3" rule.  The 4th letter D acts as a catalyst to the "3" letters.  

Papa John's "Better Ingredients.  Betters Pizza." also follows the "Rule of 3".  B.I.B.P. (2-9-2-16) consists of "3" letters I (9) and P (16) with catalyzer B (2).

Toyota's slogan from 2004 to 2012 was "Moving Forward", one which they probably decided to change because it is so brazen in its obvious adherence to the rules of the code.  M.F. (13-6).  Other eminent examples include the Modern Family, the Lady Gaga album Fame Monster, the popular finance show Fast Money, even Weird Al's most recent and popular album Mandatory Fun.  If the thought of Weird Al being Illuminati is funny to you, get serious.

The Johnny Walker whiskey slogan "Keep Walking" follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter W (23) and catalyzer K (11).

Two recent sports slogans are brazen uses of the code: Gatorade's "Win From Within" (W.F.W., 23-6-23) and Nike's "Write The Future", (W.T.F., 23-20-6) which is the same initials as a popular colloquial expression.  Both follow the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter F (6) and W (23) with catalyzer T (20).

Dos Equis' slogan "Stay Thirsty My Friends" (S.T.M.F., 19-20-13-6) and its spokesperson "The World's Most Interesting Man" (T.W.M.I.M., 20-23-13-9-13) are both easy examples of the "Rule of 3".  The catalyzer T (20) is used in combination with "3" letters, those which contain a multiple of 3.

Volkwagen's former well-known slogan was "Drivers Wanted."  Only two words, but D.W. moving to 4-23 is not at all insignificant.  Mazda's new slogan is practically the same, "Driving Matters", which moves to D.M., 4-13.  M and W are "3" letters, possessing a multiple of 3.  The 4th letter D is a "primary" letter, one which strengthens any letter with which it is paired.  D, M and W each have their own symbolism, but in practice their numerical values are of the most importance.

Other times the code is used beyond the "Rule of 3".  Citibank's "Live Richly" was among the highest-funded advertising campaigns ever.  "Life's Rich" was also a slogan used by Ritz Crackers.  L.R. (12-18) is extremely common because the ratio between the 12th and 18th letters is 2/3, or .666 repeating, the "Number of the Beast".

Walmart's "Save money.  Live Better." is a truly patronizing command from a cold corporation towards the masses, an assertion that the quality of one's life is related to the amount of cash they have.  Temporarily ignoring the L (12), S.M.B. (19-13-2) follows the "Rule of 3".  S (19) and M (13) are "3" letters strengthened by the catalyzer B (2).  The inclusion of the L is not unimportant, however.  B.L (2-12) is a common pairing because the ratio created between the 2nd and 12th letters is 6.  The "Rule of 3" is vital, but an important related statement is that 6 is more powerful than 7.  So, although L is not a "3" letter, using it here follows the parameters of the code because of the ratio it creates with the next letter.  It's also apparent that the M.L.B. portion fits the code because of Major League Baseball.  If this 3-initial combination didn't fit the code, then the American baseball league wouldn't be titled as it is.

Bank of America's slogan is "Life's Better When We're Connected".  It's hard to see what this has to do with banks.  In any event, this 5-word sentence fits the code similar to Walmart's.  L.B.W.W.C. (12-2-23-23-3).  The last 4 initials fit the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters and catalyzer B (2).  Like Walmart's slogan, Bank of America's contains the eminent L.B. combination.  And like many other titles, this slogan is also a veiled reference to the code itself.  The code is itself the invisible world of mathematics which connects us all, and although most of us in the masses don't even recognize it, it encompasses everything.

HSBC, the bank with assets in the trillions of dollars, is yet another slogan with the L.B. pairing: "The World's Local Bank".  T.W.L.B. (20-23-12-2).  T (20) is a catalyzer for "3" letters W (23) and the L.B. pairing.  It can be also read as "the world is [L.B.]".

A slogan is an assertion about the world, designed to impart wisdom as effectively as possible.  The above advertising slogans, although sometimes trite, and existing mainly to sell a product, do indeed sometimes impart a meaningful message in a short phrase.  The hidden numerological irony adds a secondary layer of meaning.  The manipulation of language is the poet's cause.  The writers of this code consider their work the highest art, infinitely deep, and reflective of the overall current human consciousness, just as the philosopher-priests who wrote the Bible, Torah or classic Chinese texts.

This website is not a work of fiction.  It is not allegorical, metaphorical or poetic.  Although you, the incredulous reader, may find it unbelievable, ridiculous, absurd or even idiotic, it is in actuality the reality of Planet Earth.  Dreamtime Code, the Conspiracy of Letters and Numbers, the Illuminati Alphabet, it is the oil lubricating the pistons which power world progress.  Without it, the world as we know it simply would not exist.  Even if it were not nefariously used as the elite's secret tool of governance, however, it's truths would still timelessly endure.  Dreamtime Code is the arithmetical manifestation of Supreme Mathematics and Sacred Geometry, the architectural blueprints according to which the Universe is constructed.