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Coping With Shattered Illusions

October 12, 2021

shattered-ilusions.jpg"There is no way to sugar coat it-

Awakening to the realities of this world is brutal."

Makow- Does this speak to you?  I have been trying to shatter peoples' illusions for 20 years with little success. Even now, when their world has been turned upside down, relatively few really want an explanation. Have you had any illusions shattered? Which ones? Or, like me, were you expecting something like this for some time? (

A message to the awake from an unknown author..

"To all my friends out there who know what's really going on... To all my conspiracy theorist friends... Yes, sometimes it's a curse and not always a blessing to be awake.

Awakening is the most liberating, alienating, excruciating, empowering, lonely, confusing, freeing, frightening, expansive journey.

If you find yourself struggling as you try to process all this insanity, you are not alone.

No one talks about the darkness that accompanies awakening, or the grief.

Not only grieving the life and illusions you once had, but the realization that almost everything you thought you once knew, is a lie.
The beliefs you've held, people you've trusted, principles you were taught- all lies.

Shattering illusions is rarely an enjoyable experience.

There is a considerable amount of discomfort that comes with growth and the grieving process doesn't stop there. With these newfound realizations, you then find yourself grieving all over again.

Grieving for our children, knowing all too well the broken world they are inheriting. Grieving the loss of many relationships with people who just don't "get it."

zombie-stare.jpgFeeling alone, being ridiculed and shamed, not only by the masses, but for many of you, your very own family and friends too.

Feeling like you no longer have much in common with the people you are surrounded by.

Struggling with carrying on bullshit, shallow conversations that lack substance with those who are still fast asleep.

Even feeling disconnected from your entire support system because they can't see what you see.

Some even grieve the loss of their ignorance- because "ignorance is bliss" and reality is harsh.

Awakening can be a lonely road and you will often find yourself journeying alone.

There is no way to sugar coat it- Awakening to the realities of this world is brutal. It will have you running through the entire gamut of human emotions. You have to master the art of diving down the darkest of rabbit holes only to come out and still function in daily life, and that's a skill people don't talk about enough.

Some of you are struggling with feeling disconnected from family and friends, it's as though they exist in another world.

Please know you are not alone, and not only are you not alone, you have an entire tribe standing with you. We may be separated by miles, but we are deeply connected; in purpose and in spirit."

Related -- Let's shatter some more illusions. What they are injecting into people is diabolical.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Coping With Shattered Illusions "

Ryan said (October 13, 2021):

Big fan of your articles.

I completely agree, shattering illusions is very difficult. I have been trying to educate and “wake up” my friends and family for over a year now. I have been successful with my brother but everyone else has gone and got their injections like obedient slaves.

I have a statistical background and I smelt a rat from day one when the death data didn’t back up the govt response to the new illness going around. I then started digging for info and found alternative news sources online. The explanations circulating these sources made more sense to me than the mainstream narrative. Perhaps this is because I have never really trusted anyone and have always had a questioning/analytical mind.

Then, when they pushed to inject children I knew with 100% certainty something sinister was going on.

There were two major moments over the last year where my illusions were shattered and it took me months of study before I could accept them as true

1) the evil rituals connected with the most powerful people on the planet and

2) viruses do not come from outside the body and cause illness, viruses are dead cell debris from the body breaking down toxins.

Learning both of these things were real “NO WAY” moments at first but they completely make sense to me now.

I actually felt sick when I heard some details of the rituals too.

So if it took me many months to accept the evil lies going on, I can see that the sheeple have no chance of ever accepting the truth. Especially as most of them grew up during a golden boomer period where nothing bad or sinister has never really happened in their lives before.

Thanks again and I hope you are prepping for the forthcoming economic/social collapses which are just beginning now,

JG said (October 13, 2021):

I had a good friend who followed the conspiracy media for years He told me awhile back that he went to a high school football game with his son and enjoyed it so much he said the he was actually sorry he got into the social media scene at all.
Unfortunately the conspiracy media focuses more on the study of evil rather than the study of good.
Paul the Apostle knew what the forces of evil were and what they could do. He warned the believers in the Church what to guard against and not to fall into these sins. He also told them in (Philipians 4:8) to only think on things that are true, honest, just, and of good report. Some of the bloggers out there today are trying to warn us also of what to guard against.
I think what happens to us when we discover just how far the evil in the world has excelled in recent years we become depressed and discouraged. We're like wrestling fans that have just been told that professional wrestling is fake, much like some of our political leaders.

AN said (October 13, 2021):

Here in the south of England, I look forward to reading your reports every evening, I totally agree with the points made by the "unknown author". I finally stepped through a crack in reality back in 2008, when Tony Blair's New Labour government had been in control since May 1997.

The previous decade of New Labour's non-sensical, machinations suddenly made sense when I was referred to an article in a Catholic Magazine about the Frankfurt School. All I can say is that, if Blair had succeeded in opening 24 hr mega gambling Casinos to compliment his 24 hour drinking laws he would have scored 12/11 of the Frankfurt School's guidelines on how to rot a society from within.

Over the years, your revisionist history articles have made it clear, how we have been lied to about virtually everything. That is why we are sent to school: to be conditioned into perceiving this false version of reality, at an age where we tend to accept rather than question, what we are told.

The other shock awaiting anyone who awakens, is that virtually nobody around them wants to know. If they keep trying to discuss it with anyone, they soon find themselves labelled as a conspiracy theorist, with questions being asked about their sanity and grasp of reality. How ironic!

The first Matrix film is a good analogy for the world we really live in. Only at home alone, perusing articles and watching you tube videos, made by other people who have woken up, does life make sense, and also just walking around in nature.

Interacting with most people, just feels now like knowingly entering the Matrix.

Given a choice between going back to sleep with the masses, or continuing, awake but alone, I have chosen the latter. I am consoled by the fact that I did not work things out in isolation, I was guided by many others further down the path, yourself included.

There are not many voices speaking out here in the UK, the majority seem to be based in North America, and many of these have become muffled or silenced in the past year.

In conclusion things now seems to be rapidly coming to a head, under the smokescreen of the pandemic. Perhaps the forthcoming chaos may arouse more from their slumbers.

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