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At the end of Kandinsky’s Adventures Episode 7, the Cyber Welders were contemplating the use of the secrets found in the book, The Rising Son delivered to them by one of Kandinsky’s loyalists. Could Kandinsky be trusted, that was the question? After many years of mass hypnosis, rigged elections, Manchurian Candidates and newly chosen Dictators, the Cyber Welders were the only ones left who didn’t succumb to all the “Smoke and Mirrors” tricks and deceits by the Politburo. Now, why could this be, you ask? The 30,000 Cyber Welders were the last of the common sense individuals who with their intuition and talents could figure out any problem and create from any resource. These were characteristics stifled by the Academics. Neither the Academics nor their followers (shown below) could solve problems or create from resources.

They could only create problems. This was the only way they kept their control over their populations. Unbelievable as this may sound, the Cyber Welders were perceived as a THREAT and DANGER to the powers in control, the Dictators, Academics and the Politburo. To prevent the Cyber Welders from being contaminated by the machinations of the Dictators, Academics and the Politburo, they would Chant this phrase in their heads:

WE BELONG TO THE POWER WE OBEY

WE BELONG TO THE POWER WE OBEY

WE BELONG TO THE POWER WE OBEY

By focusing and believing in this phrase, the Cyber Welders were able to keep their common sense and intuition intact because the Power they obeyed was their Creator! The Cyber Welders decided to revolt without the use of Kandinsky’s help. To be continued.

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