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The Struggle to Be Human

January 2, 2021

(Society has been satanically possessed. Ugly and frightening is the new chic.)  

It's getting harder and harder to be human. But the choice is ours. Are we going to let God or Satan (represented by the Cabalist central bank cartel) program our minds?
Do we identify with God, and Eternal Life in the spirit, or the animal form we take on earth?

from Sept. 22, 2018
by Henry Makow 

The Illuminati controls and exploits its members by perverting and corrupting them.

We are under constant assault by occult forces that seek to induct us into their satanic cult at the lowest level. 
We've been inducted into a satanic secret society. This is kept secret from us.

When I watch TV or peruse the news, especially the Daily Mail, I find myself disliking people.  

The mass media seems dedicated to degrading us. Social media ensures that we hear about every complaint, altercation or foul deed, whether horrendous or trivial. It seems society has descended to a lower level.

We become what we worship (love.) 


or the devil (sex & money.) 

The people in charge have a clear preference for the latter.

It's becoming a crime to disagree with them. Or a mental disorder. 

Satanism is chic these days. But don't kid yourself, folks, the goal of Satanism is to destroy you. The purpose of Satanism is to destroy humanity. 

Ironically, Satan administers God's justice.  As we become more depraved, we are unworthy of life. A cleansing nuclear war is Divine justice.


Distraction is a form of satanic possession. We spend our time chasing the buck even though money is just a mental construct, an entry on the Rothschild ledger. 

(Peter Strzok. The Left is satanically possessed.) 

Do you think they can't find a pretext to erase the ledgers? To shut the banks? To erase our hard-won nest eggs? Money mutates and becomes whatever we want. But it is just a mental construct that everyone agrees on.

Another major distraction is sex and romance which are nothing like they tell us. They have become a surrogate religion. 

We are supposed to love God, perfection. This is our compass. 

We are starved for love, God's Love. God is the principle of our personal and social development. If only we knew how to feel it. God is Love. 

Hate to be a party pooper, but the idealization of sex, romance, and the young fertile female is satanic. 


The purpose of life is to wake up. Selfishness is sleep. But I am becoming more selfish not less. 

 To do something for someone else, beyond this online mission, is not something I seek. To listen to a neighbor's retirement apprehensions. To inquire about an elderly friend's illness. To take an interest in anyone but myself.

I work at home. Most of my routine human interactions are clerks or cashiers. I rely on them for human contact. They're required to be friendly. 

You need to give love in order to get it. But I have enough so why should I?  I'm stingy. 

I don't get another dog because I'm lazy. I have done a cost-benefit analysis and dogs get the better of the deal. (Tariffs!) I don't want to stand around while my dog sniffs butt. I prefer to have a clean carpet. Am I bad?

"The human race is doomed," a friend said. "We like each other less and less." 

I can barely remember to water my houseplants.

Yet I once wrote, "We are rich in proportion to the things we love."  I believe our role is to channel God's love. 
But it's an effort and I am lazy. 

Are people loveable? Many are. 

My radar searches for signs of humanity in others but I am not a shining light in person.  To be human, I need more human interaction

This is my struggle to be human. What's yours?

Related -----Makow - "Culture War" is Occult Perversion

Our entertainment is that of a satanic cult 

First Comment from M.A.

Good article, my struggle is similar to yours - I am definitely becoming more selfish as I age and grow in experience. 

I despise humanity, I used to love people when I was younger, always looking at the best in others and giving others the benefit of the doubt when wrongdoing occurred... forgiving, forgetting, justifying. I was hopeful that in every man God dwelled and that everyone could be touched by Christ. Things would get better, the world would change, a new age would eventually come about.

I left on lonely pilgrimages, prayed constantly, dedicated my life to God and suffered everything that goes along with imitating Christ. 

Unfortunately, now I feel as if I was naïve. 

After years and years of Christian living in obscurity and darkness, doing what was right and pleasing to God, loving my neighbor, fighting the good fight.. what have I received for it all? Nothing. It was all in vain. God leaves his servants to languish in obscurity. I go to Church and people don't even look at me, the priests think I am a great sinner and sigh at me or laugh if I go to confession. Its a real kick the teeth, but I don't have any ego left so its no big deal.

The only consolation is that I experienced things others will never experience because of my own initiative to love God. I feel like I went the whole way and touched the divine and felt His love totally. But that was a long time ago. 

Now I am left bitter, full of indignation, no hope, a dislike of God and so-called humanity and the funny part is I never yielded an inch to the world or was totally overcome by it. But now that my spirituality is dead, the world tempts me, I constantly think about money and women, everything in this system promotes this thinking and I am a slave to it.

Even spending a moment to contemplate this makes me angry, as I think, "What a useless waste - Man up, get to work, stop complaining, make money, go to school, fight harder, never mind God He won't help you, He's a waste of time anyways, if anyone gets in your way crush them, go-go-go."

Ultimately, my struggle is that my spirit died and I have no ambition or ability to revive it and rise to a higher plane again. 

That's my sharing.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "The Struggle to Be Human "

JP said (September 23, 2018):

I am a 67 y.o. American male and wanted to take this opportunity to contact you and let you know just how important you and your work are to me personally. Even though you seem to criticize yourself to some degree in your latest essay, you are on the front lines of this ongoing spiritual battle and are doing God's work by pursuing truth and calling out evil.

I have been seeking the truth ever since I took to intensive research online 13 years ago after being diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma and early signs of liver failure. I obviously survived but it has been a long tumble down a seemingly endless rabbit hole of mind-blowing discoveries and I can say that of all the truthseekers that I follow, YOU are at the very top of my list. I check your website and Twitter feed several times per day to stay up on current happenings with the Makow perspective.

Your latest article is another in which you share your heart and your own personal experiences, struggles, and observations as you have done in many others and I feel like I know you on some level. For example, I can so relate to your description of the way in which the zeitgeist of the 60's à la Hugh Hefner-ism became the paradigm of so many college age males, myself included.

So please don't be hard on yourself because there might be a shortage of direct face-to-face human interaction in your world. There are many people out there whom you will never meet in person but yet whom you have positively affected on a personal and profound level, myself included. I believe that there is no higher calling than an objective pursuit of the truth (and God by extension) and making the effort to enlighten others. You have a gift that is evident in your investigative journalism and your ability to express your thoughts through written words and I admire you greatly. Thank you for all that you do.

Thanks John,

All the encouragement I need is that people like you get what I do.


Wade said (September 22, 2018):

I read your article and the first comment.

I am 74 years old...I was a pastor for The Assemblies of God at the age of 33. I am no longer active in the ministry. I do lead someone to the Lord on occasion and perform baptisms and officiate at funerals. I now attend an Independent Baptist Church. We have only a piano and use only the King James Bible.

I relate and sympathize with the content of the article and with the first comment. I get the impression that the author of the first comment was involved with a Roman Catholic Church. If this is true the author might want to consider that the Church he was involved in could be a major part of his problem.

We can never lose our perspective and our discernment of good and evil. We can never become frustrated and worn out in doing what is right and loving good and innocent people just because evil abounds more and more, and steadily becomes more and pervasive and more and more evil.

If we do that...then Satan wins. I am not a pacifist...I am a Nam vet, a gun owner, and perfectly willing to defend my family with deadly force.

We can not allow the prince and the power of this age and this world of depravity we live in to wear us down to the point where Satan has made our very lives insignificant.

Take heart and know that The Lord Jesus Christ, Our Heavenly Father, and The Holy Spirit...Along with the Holy Angels and all the Saints of God will definitely prevail in the end. As we wait for that day when God will set all things right and just, we must ask for faith from Jesus who is our great high priest and the author and finisher of our faith. We have been translated out of the kingdom of the darkness of this age and this world we live in, and into the Kingdom of God's dear son. If we will call upon these truths, we can find a place of peace and balance for our souls.

Here is the call for the patience of the Saints.

G said (September 22, 2018):

Hi Henry. I just read your confession and the challenges it carries. You are not alone in currently experiencing life this way. We have been done to in so many ways. What I primarily blame is the destruction of the family unit, with a loving mom and dad at the top working together to make life not only workable but beautiful, safe, and interesting.

But more than that, it's the extended family that is getting more and more disjointed, even invisible. Aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, etc., they used to add to our fortification of feeling solidly connected and of being loved. It was almost like we had an inner knowing that if anything happened to dad and mom we'd have grandma and grandpa or this aunt and that uncle. There was back-up beyond back-up and we were to some extent, and at least concerning physical well-being, secure.

Then it all hit: porn and all its attending pervasions. War and hatred. Poison in our food and all around us. A leadership not only toxic but evil, and a horrible and invasive police state. So finding ones self-bereft of loving and of being loved is what we ended up with.

I have found that it's all up to me, the love-generating I mean. I have to make it happen, have to find ways to uphold traditions that brought us together and made us human. Have to keep reaching out. I will do this 'till I drop because I won't let the bastards win, those who want to take everything from us.

And so Henry, though I never met you, and only going on the years I've read you, I can honestly say I love you. I love you as my brother in the fight.

Dan Abshear said (September 22, 2018):

We need to acknowledge that we do in fact have a soul.

I've been beat up the past few years. But in that time I've always cared for others. Presently I keep an eye on Emerson, my 63 year old black friend who is a meth addict. I try and encourage him to eat and sleep, and I try and make sure he is safe. Quite a few more came before Emerson entered my life. I've wrote about a few of them.

Being human is expressing love to others I feel.

Sydney said (September 22, 2018):

just wanted to leave you some kind of encouragement.
I understand your struggle completely, as its one in the same with mine, but as Christians, we must fight the good fight, just as Paul and the other believers did. (The Lord understands our struggles, but that doesn't excuse us from pursuing peace and holiness).
The end is almost here.

1 Timothy 6:12
Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses.

2 Timothy 2:3

Amos 5:14

Seek good, not evil,
that you may live.
Then the Lord God Almighty will be with you,
just as you say he is.

Marcos said (September 22, 2018):

Commenter M. A. misses the point on what Christianity is. Its beauty is that it is realistic.

Instead of denying life in some gnostic way, calling the world an illusion or rejecting human feelings as "oppression", it embraces love in this world and postpones total transcendence to the afterlife.

Now it is time to learn, to recognize evil, to do good to your neighbor. Get your hands dirty now, be tested, improve yourself. In heaven, you won't have these opportunities.

Yes, the world is cruel and hard, but the presence of sin perfectly explains why it has fallen. And if you get discouraged, just remember that God in Jesus went thru exactly all the temptations and hardships you are facing.

Don't expect some sort of false ethereal bliss, cheap emotional thrills. Be courageous and do what is true and right. Suffering will soon end.

Peter S said (September 22, 2018):

Hi Henry, I'm sad to hear the story of your dehumanization.
I see 98% beautiful people all around. Yes the world is in a monstrous grip, but that leads with me to compassion. Our reality is a giant theater show anyway, so I suggest you choose to 'live it' and enjoy it.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at