Monday, December 17, 2007

Surviving the NWO Game

Surviving The New World Order
By Henry Makow PhD
An Encore Presentation

[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 watching for
new developments. Your face is pressed
up against the stop 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 strives to legitimize itself through
constant 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 own 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. You become what you think
about.Your soul reaches out for beauty,
grace, harmony, truth and goodness.

What lifts your spirit? It might be a long
walk, nature, music, hobby, sport, 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 debase yourself. This is
the source of addictive behavior and

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 lifelong preoccupation
and panacea.

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.
Part Two: Making Your Own Heaven
The world often seems like a stuffy public
toilet without ventilation. This is because
Protagoras' dictum "man is the measure
of all things" is the official religion.

Modern culture mostly consists of
reflections of our degenerate selves, a
"wilderness of mirrors" as T.S. Eliot
said. We inhale our own fumes. The
religion of man is "humanism "or
"illuminism" which deifies man.

Plato tried to correct Protagoras. "God
and not man is the measure of all things."

We didn't listen to Plato.

God is now banished from public life. When
was the last time a Divine Standard was
applied to anything? When was culture last
devoted to expressing our highest instead
of lowest self? That would be a breath
of fresh air.

This is about spiritual survival in a world
gone insane.
We have a tendency to feel helpless, unable
to affect faraway events. In fact, we are on
the front lines. The New World Order wants
our mind and soul. We fight back by
dedicating ourselves to God instead.

First we have to short-circuit their two
main control systems: sex and money. We
can direct our sex drive by confining it
to a monogamous relationship. We can
escape the money compulsion by living
within our means, and disciplining
ourselves so money is a minor concern.

Henry David Thoreau said, "A man is
rich in proportion to the number of
things he can afford to leave alone." The
truly rich man is the one who does not
think about money.

By this standard many billionaires are
paupers. In fact, the more money a
person has, the harder it is to think
of anything else.
Why should we obey God? God is really
the principle of our own development and
the path to our happiness and fulfillment. We
serve ourselves when we serve God. God is
synonymous with spiritual ideals: love,
truth, justice, beauty.

Think life has no meaning? Life has intrinsic
meaning when we fulfill God's purpose. We
need to ask, "What does God want of
me? What was I born to do?"

God speaks to us through our spirit and
conscience. We don't hear Him because
our minds are like mirrors facing the
world. We need to turn the mirror around
so it faces the soul inside and shows its
back to the world.

Instead of blotting up the world, which
makes us weary and sick, we focus on
things that reflect our desire for purity,
hope, beauty and goodness.

Instead of letting the world determine
what we think (and therefore feel) we
create our own world based on how we
want to feel. That's what faith is all about,
making spiritual reality paramount.

"I know of no more encouraging fact than
the unquestionable ability of man to
elevate his life by a conscious endeavor,
" Thoreau wrote in "Walden."

"It is something to carve a statue...but it is
far more glorious to carve ...the very
atmosphere and medium through which
we look, which morally we can do. Every
man is tasked to make his life, even in
its details worthy of the contemplation
of his most elevated and critical hour."

By making our thoughts conform to our
soul, instead of the world, we create our
own heaven. All great religions teach us to
control our thoughts. Our minds are altars
and our thoughts are offerings to God.

"Muddied water, let stand, becomes
clear," said Lao Tzu.

In the Hindu tradition, mind discipline
is called "Raja Yoga." By learning to meditate,
we learn to have constructive thoughts. The
key is to treat our thoughts as thought they
were a stranger's, and edit them.

Christians might maintain their vigilance by
asking, " What would Christ do? What would
Christ think?" Christianity, in a nutshell, is the
imitation of Christ.

Prayer is another form of meditation. Whatever
our opinion of Timothy Leary, he had the
right idea in High Priest: "Prayer is the
compass, the gyroscope, the centering
device to give you direction, courage and trust..."


How long has it been since you felt happy? Yes,
it rankles that pathetic scoundrels control the
world. But man is not the measure of all
things. No matter what happens on earth,
God is the only Reality. Look beyond man
and focus on spiritual reality: beauty,
goodness, justice and love.

We place ourselves in concentration camps
before they're even built. The Illuminati is
not likely to shatter the illusion of
freedom. There is no better way to control
people. But even if they did, we must be
capable of joy even then. God is ineffable
Joy and God is far greater than men.

The key is to ignore the crowd, which is
manipulated by the Illuminati. It's good
to be aware but we do not dance to a tune
tapped out by degenerates. We do not gaze
at mirrors made by midgets.

Retiring from the world periodically ensures
that we don't forfeit the only sphere where we
still have power. It enables us to make a
wholesome contribution to society.

As Paul Elmer More said, "A day that makes
me happy makes me wise." Let's relearn the
art of happiness. --- Henry Makow Ph.D. is the
author of "Cruel Hoax: Feminism and the
New World Order." ( His
articles can be found at his web site He enjoys receiving
your comments, some of which he posts
on his site using first names only.
(This message about renewal originally
appeared a year ago. I am taking a vacation
until January. I wish my readers a Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year!)

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