Virginia Stoner: new media, huge possibilities

Virginia Stoner: new media, huge possibilities

by Jon Rappoport

July 7, 2014

Just go to her brand new website,

And if you’re a writer or artist, known or unknown, consider contributing, because this could be the start of something big.

Virginia’s site is based on the premise that, through a “time leak,” news is coming to us from the future, specifically 2042.

Satire, parody, the cracking of fake realities, it’s all there…and better yet, the site could become a magnet, a Grand Central Station, a public outlet for artists all over the world who work from imagination.

Hollywood blockbusters may operate as “art” that really promotes predictive programming and mind control, but there is a much more powerful essence of art that explodes all programming. And that’s what you’ll find at Virginia’s site.

We are now in a time that could be called: Cracking the Reality Egg.

People are waking up to scandals that go far beyond some revelation about a political payoff in a high place.

I’m talking about stories that, by necessity, undermine the basic way people look at things; stories that reveal the stage flats and props and scripts that are intended to keep us in a condition of mass hypnosis on all fronts.

Major media avoid such stories like the plague, and in doing so, become a plague themselves.

In the world of If and Possible, in a theoretical vacuum, how could an outlet like the NY Times, the Washington Post, or NBC News rejuvenate itself? How could these operations, which are shrinking and failing, put themselves back on the map?

The stark answer is this. Find stories that crack the reality egg and publish them. Send out the hounds to cover those stories, to dig deeper and deeper, to force criminals out into the light. And on each story, bite hard and pound hard and don’t let up. Repetitively, and with new information, hit the public over and over until they recognize their old basic view of life is being blasted out of rock canyons of the subconscious.

With this approach, the Times could print two editions a day and sell papers like hot dogs at Coney Island on the 4th of July.

A funny thing happens in the middle of the mass-hypnotized society—people are actually yearning to crack the egg. That’s what they fervently want.

The publisher of the Times stands up in the newsroom in front of his reporters and says, “I know why you came into this business to begin with. I know your ideals were high and you were bursting with energy. I know we turned you into a bunch of melancholy deadbeats and liars. Well, today, all that changes. I’m letting you hounds loose. You’re going to hunt down the big game and you’re going to bring it in. You’re going to be real reporters, come hell or high water. The charade is over…”

Yes, yes, yes, we know that’s not going to happen. This is If and Possible, but it gives us a clue about what the alternative press and citizen reporters can do and are doing, and why we are succeeding.

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Reality on all fronts is a prop-job. Reality is a psyop. So crack the egg.

Styles differ. Some want to tap on the egg nicely and pleasantly with a teaspoon. Others want to cut it in half with a knife.

Virginia Stoner has opened all doors to satire, parody, imagination, and the force of art.

Unleashed, this power makes the NY Times a worn-out Mickey Mouse at a stale company picnic.

Again, if you’re a writer or a painter with talent and big ambitions, check out Virginia’s site and send in your contributions. Make a launch platform for a vast open future.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at

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