Utilizing keen analysis, certain psychologists have managed to delve into the depths of the almost hysterical devotion demonstrated by those sports enthusiasts who from week to week and game to game seem willing to vicariously live and die based on the success or failure of their favorite hometown team.
Upon first glance, the average sports fanatic’s most extraordinary devotion would appear irrational. Sports fans seem dedicated to a tremendous risk taking venture in balancing on the emotional and psychological knife edge.
Perhaps for many, therein lies the inherent thrill.
But, too often for most NFL fans, their extreme and almost sadistic emotional attachment appears to ricochet between the apex of euphoria when one’s favorite team is victorious, but when the same team goes down to perilous defeat, euphoria invariably transforms to utter despair.
This has always seemed to be an extraordinary phenomenon. On the other hand, when one learns and understands what truly occurs in the mind of the average NFL fan during such wild pendulum swings of emotion, this state of affairs no longer remains so extraordinarily mysterious. One wonders however, what sort of rapturous reaction will occur when millions of sports fans finally come to the realization their emotional investments have been artificially manipulated by psychological forces of which they remain largely unaware, and that their great expenditures of energy were wasted on predetermined entertainment spectacles they’ve in fact been conditioned to believe were legitimate sporting contests?
Yes folks, in the final analysis, NFL football is truly more than just a game – it is both a grand and predetermined spectacle derived from the traditions of masonic ritual.
In this installment, one shall examine the details of just how it is the NFL and the larger world of sport represents a scripted theatrical production.
One shall also attempt to proffer a freshly conceived hypothesis – what loyal visitors to Newsspellcom.org may consider an intriguing hypothesis as to not only how professional sports such as the NFL may be scripted, but precisely why, and for what ultimate purpose. Continue reading “All in the game: NFL fixed or legit? (Part VIII)”