Big Data Creating a Hive Mind of Cars



A good rule for drivers is that people shouldn't be able to identify your personality type simply by viewing your behavior behind the wheel.  The person who is frustrated, impatient, and needlessly hurried, for instance, tailgates and passes too close to your vehicle, speeding.  The oblivious ignoramus might camp out in the passing lane, or move between lanes without signaling, seemingly without a bit of respect for the potentially lethal weapon which they wield around so many other lives.  The egocentric breaks the law, and swerves across lane lines, distracted by their phone screen.  The dreamer is disconnected from reality, and crashes their car, subconsciously purposefully, seeing their life as some kind of videogame fantasy.  Protected by metal, fiberglass, and tinted, glaring windows, the reasonable driver instead becomes anonymous, each moving in the same way, safely and logically, like the healthy blood cells which flow through our veins, or the neurons firing within our brain.

Somehow, the act of driving, even the shortest distance, is a type of accomplishment, like world traveling on a smaller scale.  A man is at his home, bored, with nothing to do, wanting fulfillment, so he decides to go for a drive.  The blood or brain cell which is stationary serves no purpose except storage.  Roads have become the functioning arteries, or neural pathways, of the planet, designed by man himself, replacing the natural rivers provided for us which became insufficient for our world organism to continue growing.  The cohesive Feng shui of the road system is constantly reaffirmed by the movement of our vehicles, our creating wind gusts the same velocity as ourselves.  Simply by entering the roadways, one becomes party to that energy, a passenger contributing to the living world and affected by it.

A century ago, our vessels of travel were a new invention, large and slow, unsafe, inefficient and ineffective, though still the most advanced technology of their time.  The number of car brands used to be immense.  A different design existed for every type of person, and there were thousands, mostly in America.  Today, our vehicles are still the best available technology, and they still have those little rectangular license plates with the letters and numbers on them.  Our crafts are smaller, faster, and safer, but there is barely any choice at all.  Constant mergers and acquisitions move us closer to a world managed wholly by a single corporation.  A lesser selection of vehicle brands, models and colors reflects the globalist agenda to delineate human population into just a few personality archetypes.  In spite of that, the creative urge to engineer and customize their conduits into something new is how some individuals assert their independence from whatever group into which they are being filtered.

Car brands, like everything else propagated by the corporate elite, are meant to instill in the public a uniform view.  This view is likewise espoused by everything in the popular media, which includes, news, sports, music, and film.  A secret worldwide letter code, employed by the luminary heads of these influential corporations, is meant to subliminally train the people to behave the same.  The code is meant to appeal to the breadth of humanity, uniting them without their knowledge, imparting each of them with something in common.  Sameness is the aim of totalitarian society, however the healthy blood cells do all look alike.

The "Rule of 3" is how the code instills an identical force upon the world's entire population.  It is defined as the vast overuse of "3" letters, those whose order in the alphabet contains a multiple of 3.  This "3" group is strengthened through combination with the Catalyzer group, which includes A (1), B (2), J (10), K (11) and T (20).  The remaining letters are subsequently disenfranchised, and the power of the ideas which they represent is lessened in the public perception.  In this way, the world population is being led to follow a known form, more capable of being governed.

Kia Motors follows the "Rule of 3" as K.M. (11-13), and also as K.I.A. (11-9-1).  The "3" letters M (13) and I (9) are strengthened through combination with catalyzers K (11) and A (1).

Saab notably begins with "3" letter S (19), and additionally follows the "Rule of 3" in its entirety, as S.A.A.B. (19-1-1-2).  The "3" letter S (19) is strengthened through combination with catalyzers A (1) and B (2).

Fiat also notably begins with the "3" letter F (6), and additionally follows the "Rule of 3" in its entirety, as F.I.A.T. (6-9-1-20).  The "3" letters F (6) and I (9) are combined with catalyzers A (1) and T (20).  F.I. (6-9) is a common pairing because it suggests .666 by dividing.

Mini Cooper is the common M.C. (13-3) pairing which follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters.

Mercedes-Benz, regardless of the supposed origins of its name, follows the "Rule of 3" as M.B. (13-2).  The "3" letter M (13) is combined with the primary letter B (2) which acts as a catalyst.

BMW should attract immediate speculation because it is presented as initials only.  B.M.W. (2-13-23) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and W (23) with catalyzer B (2).  Boy Meets World is notably the same initials.

Smart Car follows the "Rule of 3" simply as the combination of "3" letters S (19) and C (3).

PSA is one of the world's largest corporations, responsible for manufacturing the Peugeot and Citro├źn vehicles.  Like BMW, it should attract attention because it is only letters.  P.S.A. (16-19-1) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters P (16) and S (19) with catalyzer A (1).  The initials of the government-mandated term "Public Service Announcement" is not a coincidence, but also titled with extreme purpose in order to perpetuate the code.

Mack Trucks is the common M.T. (13-20) pairing, following the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letter M (13) and catalyzer (20).  Additionally, M.A.C.K. (13-1-3-11) follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters C (3) and M (13) with catalyzers A (1) and K (11).

Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Infiniti, Isuzu, Maserati, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Pontiac, Porsche and Subaru each follow the "Rule of 3" individually by beginning with the "3" letters C (3), F (6), I (9), M (13), P (16) and S (19).  Additionally, these single-word brand names can be analyzed entirely.  M.A.Z.D.A. (13-1-26-4-1), for instance, follows the "Rule of 3" entirely as the combination of "3" letters M (13) and Z (26) with catalyzers A (1) and D (4).  I.N.F.I.N.I.T.I. (9-14-9-14-9-20-9) is obviously designed as letter pun, a reference to the code, by replacing the Y (25) in "infinity" with I (9).  Even M.I.T.S.U.B.I.S.H.I. (13-9-20-19-21-2-9-19-8-9) consists almost entirely of "3" letters and catalyzers.  The Japanese origin of many of these names is designed to trivialize the existence of the code worldwide, which uses the English alphabet.  The reason that these are some of the world's largest companies is not family names or happenstance, but in order to support the code.

Of course, the "Rule of 3" cannot be used in all cases because the code would become too apparent, and noticed.  Other brands use the code differently.  Land Rover, for example, suggests 666, called the Number of the Beast, through the L.R. (12-18) pairing, which simplifies mathematically to .666 repeating.  GMC, another initialized company name, contains the eminent pairings G.M. (7-13) and M.C. (13-3).  Volkswagen, of course initialized as V.W. (22-23), is a common pairing which suggests a correlative relationship between the two ideologies being combined.  That the people continue to support a company which used slave labor during World War II proves that they have resigned themselves to accept their position as patrons of the global elite, who rule the people by way of an 
infrastructure which, unlike rivers or roads, is unseen.