Bandersnatch

Music to “get in to the flow”

  • Non Physical Evidence
  • The Glove
  • Tangerine Dream
  • The Cure
  • Bauhaus
  • Tomita
  • Edgar Froese
  • Joy Divison
  • The Birthday Party

Colin’s monologue on LSD

People think there’s one reality but there’s loads of them, all snaking off, like roots. And what you do on one path affects what happens on the other paths. Time is a construct. People think you can’t go back and change things, but you can. That’s what flashbacks are. They’re invitations to go back and make different choices. When you make a decision, you think it’s you doing it, but it’s not. It’s the spirit out there that’s connected to our world that decides what we do and we just have to go along for the ride. Mirrors let you move through time. The government monitors people, they pay people to pretend to be your relatives, and they put drugs in your food and they film you. There’s messages in every game. Like Pac-Man. Do you know what PAC stands for? P-A-C. Program and Control. He’s Program and Control Man. The whole thing’s a metaphor. He thinks he’s got free will but really, he’s trapped in a maze, in a system, all he can do is consume, he’s pursued by demons that are probably just in his own head. And even if he does manage to escape by slipping out one side of the maze, what happens? He comes right back in the other side. People think it’s a happy game. It’s not a happy game, it’s a fucking nightmare world and the worst thing is it’s real and we live in it. It’s all code. If you listen closely, you can hear the numbers. There’s a cosmic flowchart that dictates where you can and where you can’t go. I’ve given you the knowledge. I’ve set you free. Do you understand? I’ll show you what I mean. Come with me. We’re on one path. Right now, me and you. And how one path ends is immaterial. It’s how our decisions along that path affect the whole that matters.

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