Lipstick and Immortality

A few weeks ago a friend of mine on Facebook was lamenting the fact that people would gladly throw down a hundred bucks to Kylie Jenner, someone they hardly knew, for cosmetics, but wouldn’t pay out twenty bucks to support a friend, that they did know well, in their local business.

Of course.

It makes total sense. I wrote to this friend of mine, who has a local business, and I explained why I thought this would be.

When people buy off Kylie Jenner, they’re not just buying lipstick or a piece of clothing.

They are buying a piece of immortality.

Every human being by the time they reach adulthood has more or less figured out that they are going to die.

Yet they don’t want to die.

They want their life to count for something.

They want to achieve some permanence in this world.

Clever people in the media and marketing departments have figured this out.

They figured it out along time ago.

So what they decided to do was link what they were selling to people’s desire to achieve immortality.

They figured that if they could create these demigods who were bigger than life, people who were immortal, they could sell anything.

And they were right.

Celebrity demigods can sell anything.

They can sell products.

They can sell political messages.

People are even willing to watch them walk around the house and do chores.

This is why people buy sports memorabilia.

This is why people buy autographed pictures.

I myself purchased an autographed baseball of Pete Rose from Pete Rose.

He signed it in front of me and shook my hand. I even have a picture.

It cost me $100.

For a hundred bucks, you can too can become immortal.

This is why people buy from celebrities.

And it is also why they don’t buy from you.

Unless you are selling essentials to keep them alive, which is contributing to their immortality, you are not selling immortality to them.

On the contrary, by virtue of the fact that they know you, and they know you as a mortal human being who will die, your product represents death to them.

You are no different than the purchaser.

You are just an ordinary person who will die.

Congratulations, you are the kiss of death!

To shift a little bit, this is why it was so difficult for regular doctors to sell Americans on the truth with regard to COVID-19.

A television physician, someone who has national stature, a demigod, Sanjay Gupta, or Anthony Fauci, could get on television and say things that made no sense, and people would believe them.

Even celebrities who had no experience in healthcare, people like Danny Devito and Robert De Niro, could tell people to stay at home, to socially distance, and that pitch carried more weight than the advice from a regular physician.

Why would this be?

Because when a celebrity like Tom Hanks tells you to flatten the curve, a demigod is selling you advice.

A representative from an immortal God is handing you the keys to immortality

If I, Archer Crosley, as a pediatrician of thirty-eight years, tells you what to do, a mortal is selling you advice, and that mortal’s advice is tantamount to death.

Only with experience and the foreknowledge of why you buy the things you buy will you accept my advice while rejecting the “sage wisdom” of the celebrity.

This is one of the problems with celebrity culture.

And it highlights precisely why celebrity culture was created by our elites.

Celebrity culture was created specifically for the purpose of controlling you.

Your elites are pretty smart people in that respect.

What they did was create a race, a master race of sages, who will now control you.

They will control you because they know that as a mortal person desire immortality.

You will therefore reach out and accept what the master race of demigods has told you.

This is why you buy Kylie Jenner’s lipstick.

This is why you wore a face mask.

This is why you will now comply with what the elites desire.

It’s not an accident.

If celebrity culture had been created without the elites approval, and the celebrities had then spoken out against the elites, the elites would have shut it down.

Occasionally, you see this happen. The Dixie Chicks spoke out against Corporate America’s war in Iraq.

And you saw what happened to the Dixie Chicks.

They vanished.

So the messages is clear to the celebrities.

Stick to the program. Stick to lipstick. Stick to the political message that we the elites want to put out, or else.

Celebrities, demigods, who do not stick to the script don’t get to sell clothes and lipstick.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

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