Topic: Surviving the New World Order

Surviving the New World Order

By Henry Makow Ph.D.
January 07, 2006

[Memo to Myself]

This isn't about storing silver coins or canned food or getting an AK-47.

It's about saving your soul not your skin. It's about the tendency to obsess on the New World Order, get depressed and become unbearable.

The situation is depressing. A satanic cult controls the credit of the world and rules through myriad proxies. It is determined to destroy civilization and institute an Orwellian police state.

You spend hours every day addictively watching for new developments. Your face is pressed up against the store window of the world.

You are "externalized." You can't go into the kitchen without switching on the radio.

You try to squeeze your sustenance from the world. But much of what you imbibe is poisonous: depravity, corruption, duplicity and tragedy. (Is that the point of the mass media? To demoralize and brutalize?)

Mankind is in the grip of a diabolical force that constantly strives to legitimize itself through deception. You can't overcome this demon. But you still control your personal life. Ultimately, the battle is for the soul of humanity. Why not begin by defending your soul?

This means erecting a wall between the soul, and the world, and establishing a balance between the sacred and the profane. You need to shut out the world (the profane) for set periods of time and focus on what inspires you. That means turning off the TV, Internet and media in general.

Just as you nourish your body with food, you feed your soul with thoughts, sights and sounds. Your soul reaches out for beauty, grace, harmony, truth and goodness. You need to discover what lifts your spirit.

It might be a long walk, nature, music, sports, or music. It might be time with your family or friends. It might be the Bible, religious writing or meditation.

"Do what you love," Henry David Thoreau said. "Know your own bone; gnaw at it, bury it, unearth it, and gnaw at it still."

You agree with the mystics who say happiness is within. It involves the possession of your soul, and not wanting anything else. By looking outside your self, you displace your soul and become the thing you want. This is the source of addictive behavior and unhappiness.

The occult elite controls us with sex and money- the North-South of the mind. The courtship stage is a period when sexual feelings are strong so two people will bond and start a family. Sex/romance was not meant to become a permanent preoccupation and panacea. The cult uses it to distract and degrade us while it creates a police state (using the "War on Terror" as a ruse.)

The same is true of money. The stock market is a giant casino addicting millions. The central banking cult has unlimited funds. To make us feel good, (while it trashes civil rights and wages senseless war) it makes the market go up. To fleece us, it crashes the market. Don't be a puppet.

The diabolical powers have been here for a long time. You have discovered their existence only because they signaled the beginning of their endgame on Sept. 11.

Don't let them stunt or degrade you by obsessing on their iniquity. Restore balance by attuning yourself to the things you love. Be an outpost of happiness.

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Right on! This feeling of impatience has been knawing at me to finish business and do more of what I love, "taking more control of my personal life", my time, my energy. More inspiration, just what I have been asking for!! Just seems I have overwhelming responsibilities sometimes and I get way slumped. But, your post ties in with what seems to be whispering in the wind with my life and some of the people around me. Lyra's thread "toot your own..", when I read it and made a reply days ago, was a kicker for the momentum of this feeling.  A boost in "inspiration". It started out as gettin off the neg. self- depricating programming, which turned into inspiritation to get off my ars and finish lingering projects and get back to taking better care of myself, playing music, making art, and hosts of other fun, creative things. IOW, living out of inspiration instead of duty. Finding and remembering things I used to love to do that pulled my attention to the moment and out of worry for the future (and/or present!). And now I read this! There has been alot of pos. syns for me lately and this is definitely one of them. Also, Auendove's post in humor and fun on "a mayo jar and.....". Golf balls to you Aya!! Thanks!

p.s I didn't realize this forum exisisted until today! Me likes!

" Then it was, then again it will be. And though the course may change sometimes rivers always reach the sea." Robert Plant

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Makow wrote:

You spend hours every day addictively watching for new developments. Your face is pressed up against the store window of the world.

You are "externalized."

Oh! It's so true! Once one turns away from the "store window of the world," a whole new "inner" world has room to blossom...and it's by far a more joyous way to see one's living in the world.

Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.
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Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance.
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If you spin around on your chair really fast, things around here will make a lot more sense.

lol

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Lol, interesting website this Dr. Makow has. Something about extreme feminism has always rubbed me the wrong way... They want to destroy gender distinctions. I'm all for moderate feminism, for the feminin energies in this world have been suppressed for a long time (since Crusades or earlier) to everyone's disadvantage, but especially women. Balance and unity is what we should strive for, not uniformity. Embracing our diversity and living as one with it, not hmogenizing ourselves. There is a fine line there in feminism that can be seen clearly with a bit of study.

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Auendove wrote:
Makow wrote:

You spend hours every day addictively watching for new developments. Your face is pressed up against the store window of the world.

You are "externalized."

Oh! It's so true! Once one turns away from the "store window of the world," a whole new "inner" world has room to blossom...and it's by far a more joyous way to see one's living in the world.

Truer words were never spoken.  My opinion is that those seeking to "expose", "destroy", and "survive" this "new world order", which is nothing more than eons old human nature manifesting itself in modern expressions, are unwittingly fueling and empowering that which they mock others for not being aware of.

Was it Tolle who put forth that fighting or destroying a "percieved enemy or threat" only transfers the unconscious dysfunction from one host to the next? 

External friction is a basic component of what most religions and philosophies call "evil or darkness".  Thus, such as with Chrisitianity, those who constantly proclaim they are out to "destroy evil and usher in the moral light" have actually taken on the characteristics of those whom they proclaim are "evil".  The kingdom of heaven is always within sayeth Poemandres.

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I agree. On the other hand, however, exposing the lies, the deceit and the system of control for what it is and who they are is one of the most powerful weapons for awakening consciousness. The system can't exist without belief. However, aside from the few martyrs who dedicate their lives to it, one should avoid getting caught up in trying to "fight" the system (an impossible fallacy anyway). See it for what it is, denounce it and expose it, then move on, live as you should, as a free person.

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Ian wrote:

I agree. On the other hand, however, exposing the lies, the deceit and the system of control for what it is and who they are is one of the most powerful weapons for awakening consciousness. The system can't exist without belief. However, aside from the few martyrs who dedicate their lives to it, one should avoid getting caught up in trying to "fight" the system (an impossible fallacy anyway). See it for what it is, denounce it and expose it, then move on, live as you should, as a free person.

I totally agree that exposing lies and an "awakening" to the deceit is key to overall change in the human consciousness.  I also tend to "think" that one cannot really fathom the depth of the deciet as long as "the external enemy" is viewed in strictly "black and white terms of evil", as well as subscribing to the faulty logic that "Bush or Cheney is more evil than I" on an infinite spiritual level...human consciousness is the issue, and the road to a mass change begins with internal change and personal responsibility.

My personal opinion is that as long as I have negative emotions rooted in my subconscious, which affect my intentions, I am a clanging piece of iron when I choose to point my bloodstained fingers at world leaders while not being completely aware of my own folly.

The wisdom of the ancients called this "Man, know thyself."

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Can one awaken without the knowlegde of the system(matrix)?

"Beyond the stars a new world awaits me now" - Wintersun

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Natural Mystic wrote:

Can one awaken without the knowlegde of the system(matrix)?

not likely, but what is more destructive?  An unaware "sheep" who lives life with pure and honest intent to put love and positive warmth into his fellow man, or an "aware" conspiracy chaser who's understanding of the matrix is based upon tainted and on occasion false information cleverly masked as "understanding"?

Anakin and Yoda both had extreme awareness of the matrix.  One soul was infiltrated with "tainted knowledge" that led to years of destructive behaviour until he awakened to the folly that he had unwittingly played into.  I do realize that Darth Vader ultimately brought balance to the system, I also put forth that becoming a Sith initiate was not the only choice Anakin had in a galaxy full of limitless possibilities.

I proclaimed to understand the matrix 3 years ago.  Three days ago I realized I did not and began seeking personal change.  In 72 hours, old "enemies" from my matrix have approached me for reconciliation and the path to transcending the dual nature of this matrix has been lit in many places formerly covered in self-created darkness.