If you were completely foreign to the meme, “justice is blind“, how would you view that statement or its associated archetype? Would you not find the idea of justice that cannot see as strange?
While I have covered this particular meme in other documents about Archetypal Transference, I wanted to address it specifically in a document that is shorter & therefore easier to read.
The phrase “justice is blind“, is said to mean that justice is impartial, or that it is not biased, but I strongly disagree. The latter phrase is only two more syllables than the former. Is it really that much harder to say “justice is impartial”? How about “justice is fair“? Wouldn’t that last phrase be more accurate if one was trying to imply hat justice was “impartial”?
I believe the phrase “justice is blind” is a type of spell. It has become a sort of self-replicating meme, repeated by people who believe it means something other than what seems to be the actual intent behind such a phrase. The more people repeat it, the more the situation has become so. This is readily evident in the world today, if you’ve been paying attention.
If you are a victim of someone else’s misdeeds & find it difficult to get justice for your cause, you may understand this.
If you recognize the structure of western society, whereby corporations continue to rip of consumers by not only removing jobs from the country that spends the most money on their products, but by also ripping off their new employees in foreign countries by paying them less than a decent or living wage for their labor, & then rips off the consumer by skimping on their labor & raw materials, thus creating a substandard product, then you may recognize how justice has been anything but fair lately.
If you understand that the creation of the fed has helped to put the USA in ruin, then you may see the larger truth of what I am saying.
If you see how a relatively small portion of the population is wrongfully profiting from other people’s suffering, then you are seeing an effect of Archetypal Transference related to the whole “justice is blind” concept….
You may see the actual ramifications of getting people to repeat the phrase, “justice is blind”, over & over again over a period of many years, since around the 15th century (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Justice).
If you do an internet search for the phrase, “justice is blind“, you may find more than one definition of it, many of which continue to point to the idea that it means that justice is impartial. This is a fallacy, designed to snow you, the public, into bringing about the condition of your own slavery, using what is referred to as “the law of attraction”.
The familiar icon, of the blindfolded woman holding the so-called scales of justice & a sword, is an archetype…. or is it an “archetypo“? Why would anyone want justice to be blind? Can she see how those scales are (in reality) way of balance? Apparently not.
To answer the question of the why, one must understand who profits & benefits the most from this forced manipulation of reality. Discover who controls most of the world’s wealth, & you will see who is behind this spell of a meme that began centuries ago, & has created a real dystopia for those who are the victims of this unfair & biased system of things.
I honestly feel that it is time to take the blindfold off of “Lady Justice” so that she may finally be able to do her job correctly. Justice should be fair, not blind.