MKMMA — WEEK 17 – VOTL CHAPTER 5 – MASTER KEY, CRAIGNITO, AND SUBUCON EACH CONSUME A ROUND RED PILL AND A BLUE RECTANGULAR CAPSULE (both are pills really , but only the blue pill has obviously been filled with something, thus making it a capsule; and yes, the red pill could have been any shape, including rectangular, square, or triangular) SAY, “WHAT THE HECK” AND GOBBLE DOWN A YELLOW AND A GREEN PILL FOR GOOD MEASURE (the shape of which remains to be seen) BEFORE HURLING THEMSELVES (that’s the less accurate way of saying that both were actually pretending to be Keanu Reeves in the Matrix, and, like him, they didn’t make it either) INTO THE RABBIT HOLE WHERE THE 100TH MONKEY IS WAITING THEIR ARRIVAL WITH A HUGE, SUMPTIOUS, SUNDAY FEAST (although it’s really Thursday, please, feel right at home no matter what day it is. I choose Sunday for a reason to be explained later, and to let you know, as did Sally, Meg Ryan, in When Harry Met Sally, what happened to the Sunday underpants.)


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Charles Haanel wrote The Master Key System a century ago, and it still remains the gold standard in personal development and self-help. All modern self-help experts can trace their teachings back to Charles and the Master Key System, including Napoleon Hill, W. Clement Stone, and Norman Vincent Peal. In fact, The Master Key
System was the basis for the best-selling movie and book The Secret.

The Master Key System is all about success. Whether you want to start a business, lose weight, or improve relationships, the Master Key System will help. To be blunt, it’s up to you to determine what success means to you! By studying this book you will learn the secrets that will:
* Allow you to completely eliminate fear and worry from your life.
* Unlock you hidden potential, developing self-confidence and power.
* Become a magnet that attracts people, resources, and events that create success.
* Move you towards your goals and dreams.
* Think constructively and systematically.
* Learn to control your mind and emotions.
* Draw health, abundance, and success to yourself like a magnet.
* Learn to live harmoniously, eliminating problems and chaos.
* Develop the “millionaire mindset” that will help you earn and accumulate more money.”

At this point, you might be asking yourself…


Having become a certified guide myself this year, this is what one of my personal guides last year has to say about it:

“The Master Key Experience taught me to shed my old skin, kind of like a dermabrasion or a facemask process.  It was an all natural facelift as I feel ages younger and better than ever before.  Now, how does a personal development course do all that?  I still don’t know.  I am just grateful for the opportunity to be guided on a journey to self discovery.  So grateful am I to have skills which turned my life upside down, that I became a certified guide in 2014 to assist and provide hands-on support to future members as they take part in their own discovery process.

Your Reflection

Take a look in your reflection, who do you see?  We’ve all thought about things at one point or another.  Changes we wanted to make in our life.  Things we wanted to get done.  Improvements we wanted to implement.  We spend each December agonizing over our New Year’s Resolution, and then each February kicking ourselves for having quit.


The Master Key Experience is a personal development course that makes every day possible to achieve each resolution with success that is effortless.  Don’t wanna take my word for it?  That’s cool.  The course starts up again in September, and it’s only a buck (yes, that’s $1 USD) to get your pay-it-forward scholarship.  #There is nothing like it!”

So, while you wait, check out the free skills on a positive mental attitude.  Type in your first name and email address in the boxes below the ones with the arrows, and they are yours (In addition to MASTER KEY SYSTEM, which I will ALSO send to you).

In either case, I will make sure to put you on the early notification short list for the next program beginning in September.


To promote continuity, this is the way Chapter 4 ended 2 weeks ago:


Craignito: “That’s beautiful, Buc.”

Buc: “Allow me then to be your bridge, as you undertake this glorious journey. I am a bridge across the troubled waters, the ‘misty flats,’ the chasms, my friend, and since I know you are on a quest to uproot the unholy nest when you get to the high ground on the other side, let me describe what you are up against. No need to look down, my friend, I’ve got your back.”

Buc defines the dark side: (for the definition, please, refer back to Week 15, which is also Chapter 4 of this story)


(That said, our story continues the following day)

 Buc: “So, what’s happening, my boy?”                                                                        Caignito: “I’m glad you asked.”                                                                                            Buc: “Oh, why is that?”                                                                                                    Craignito: “I could say I’ve got to get something off my chest, but as we both know, neither of us has been so lucky; so, I might as well start from the top.”                            Buc: “How are you going to manage that, Romeo, you still need someone on the bottom.”                                                                                                                        Craignito: “I’m referring to that monstrous title we’ve given this part of our adventure, Sub.                                                                                                                                          Buc: “What about it?”                                                                                                         Craignito: “To earn the title for the title, of course.”                                                           Buc: “Huh?”                                                                                                                         Craignito: “At a whopping 177words, I do believe that qualifies as Word Press’s longest Post or Page title ever.”                                                                                                          Buc: “I would imagine that qualifies as one of the longest titles for anything, anywhere.”   Craignito:What do you think Guinness will have to say, Sub?”                                       Buc: “You back on speaking terms with the British ale, again?                                 Craignito: “Funny, Sub, funny.”                                                                                                 Buc: “Okay, you’re right; but I’m afraid that will never be something listed, even if it is a world record. It does, however, prove, once again, how unique you are – just like all of our brothers and sisters on this planet who are also unique – and you will always be a hero in my eyes.”                                                                                                                       Craignito: “Just because I’m different, Sub?”                                                                         Buc: “Because you are not wasting your uniqueness by following the herd and trying to blend in like far too many people have been doing, El Craigo, for far too long, and…”           Craignito: “You mean there’s more?”                                                                                       Buc: “…and, Napoleon Solo, you continue to undertake one of the riskiest missions on Earth, and…”                                                                                                                 Craignito:Even more than that?”                                                                                           Buc: “If successful, Captain America, civilization will leap forward at a rate never seen before.”                                                                                                                Craignito: “That explains it.”                                                                                                   Buc: “Explains what?”                                                                                                       Craignito: “Why you and I pretended to be ‘The ONE,’ swallowed all those pills, and then fell into the rabbit hole trying to leap to the other building 50 yards away.”                    Buc: “I’m not sure 50 inches is quite the same as 50 yards, Mighty Mouse.”         Craignito: “True enough. Of course, if I was wearing a cape or a long black trench coat, I could have gone much further.”                                                                                            Buc:Oh, you think that what you wear makes a difference?”                                 Craignito: “Not exactly — though it does explain one thing.”                                            Buc: “You mean there’s more?”                                                                                     Craignito: “Didn’t you just ask that?”                                                                                     Buc: “No, you did.”                                                                                                             Craignito: “Did what?”                                                                                                               Buc: “Remind me of a man.”                                                                                             Craignito: “What man?”                                                                                                             Buc: “The man with the power.”                                                                                     Craignito: “What power?”                                                                                                           Buc: “The power of hoodoo.”                                                                                           Craignito: “Hoodoo?”                                                                                                                   Buc: “You do.”                                                                                                                     Craignito: “Do what…wait…don’t answer that…I have a strange feeling.”                       Buc: “I should think so, chemosabie. With all the hallucinogens you just ingested, you should be sprouting wings just about now.”                                                              Craignito: “As I was saying, it does explain one thing.”                                                       Buc: “You mean there’s more?”                                                                                       Craignito: “Nice try, Sub. It explains why every time I look into the mirror, it’s only you or me I see.”                                                                                                                                 Buc: “Oh?”                                                                                                                             Craignito: “One of us must be a vampire.”                                                                             Buc: “Vampires don’t exist, Count Dracula. They aren’t real.”                                   Craignito: “But what if they were real and they did exist, Sub?”                                       Buc: “I’d say it’s time you finish explaining that TITLE up above, fly boy.”              Craignito: “Which part, Sub? Since we’ve already covered the pills and Keanu Reeves, is it The 100th Monkey, Sunday, or the underpants?”                                                                 Buc: “I choose…I choose…I choose…all three.”                                                           Craignito: “Not so fast, Sub!”                                                                                                     Buc: “Things are starting to spin, aren’t they?”                                                           Craignito: “Yes, that, but you skipped right over the most important part.”                   Buc: “The rabbit hole?”                                                                                                      Craignito: “That is quite a bit deeper, but, no, the fact that no matter what our circle of influence happens to be, we can all be the ONE – the ONE who can make it bigger and better than it is.”                                                                                                                     Buc: “Yes, my friend. Og Mandino, Emerson, Charles Haanel all say the same thing – in different ways, of course – give more, get more.”                                                      Craignito: “Yes, and as pointed out by Mr. Haanel in 17.12 of the Master Keys:

The mind may place the ideal a little too high and fall short of the mark; it may attempt to soar on untrained wings and instead of flying, fall to earth; but that is no reason for not making another attempt.’”

Buc: “Just think what a flop The Matrix would have been, if Keanu would have stayed down after he fell short the first time.”                                                                      Craignito: “I don’t even want to think about that (Craignito is having a difficult time thinking about anything at this point), because we’ve got another chapter coming up real quick, don’t we?”                                                                                                              Buc: “Ah, yes, it’s entitled, ‘The 100th Monkey,’ isn’t it? That explains everything, except for ‘what happened to the Sunday underpants?”’                                                           Craignito: “They don’t make Sunday underpants.”                                                              Buc: “Why not?”                                                                                                                 Craignito: “Because of God.”                                                                                                     Buc: “My hero.”                                                                                                                   Craignito: “God?”                                                                                                                         Buc:You, Craignito, you.” 

(Both of our companions are thinking about Meg Ryan and are laughing loudly as we come to the end of another chapter in their JOURNEY to rescue all of humanity) 


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