actors of our hue act out of character. some would argue, perhaps even the actors themselves, that that is how they organically maneuver in this space, in this place.
originally the script offered was seen by many of us as a joke, a stretch, a caricature, an insult to who we were and where we come from. but for them, the script was how they wanted us to see ourselves and, also who they wanted us to become. at the time of production, film did not quite fit reality. arriving at the final product would take … time.
i ponder the question, what if we never watched nor were entertained by these distractions, what elements of our lives would be different?
fast forward to 2019. those projected images from decades ago, those cinematic pieces of art have become honored, revered, acknowledged, but more importantly — and perhaps this is truly why they are recognized by guilds and academies — is they have become reality.
artistic expression produced a reality that mirrored exactly what was captured on film. ideas from the minds of screenwriters and pockets of financiers have offered a feature presentation into a reality many now cling to. this truth is the only life they know. they’ve accepted it. owned this conjured thing, much like the unknowing victim in a horror story. hence, why our death was almost always issued first. to kill melanated persons a vision of death onscreen must be reinforced, repeatedly, and when seen on the other screens, smaller screens or with our eyes, the impact would be and could be managed because a people were conditioned and controlled to accept this as their collective fate.
the manipulators have truly seen the power of it, in it, today. transforming a people with a script. the casting of spells and reenactment of false narratives. can you see? if you can, you must see the next play … another character has emerged for actors who share our hue to portray:
the okie-doke. actors of our hue now present this character as dimwitted, awkward, lost, uninspired, comedic relief, and best friend to the counterpart, who has stepped into the role of creator, inspirer, motivator, moral, honorable, genius, and savior.
there is power in acting. how are you acting? what reality are you creating? is it one that speaks of who you authentically are? or is the script given to you for you to fulfill in the faces and lives of our future generations?
your fate has always been dictated by your movements, your thoughts, your act-ing. how you move now determines who you become later.
nothing has changed.
the war is first fought in the mind. if who you are can be erased and replaced with cinematically altered images to eventually be accepted by the target audience, you, the battle is already won.
for those in touch, in tune … remember and re-mem-ber.
hold up a mirror and see who you truly be.
goddess Hathor image by minx + muse