The COVID-19 threat isn’t the first of its kind to threaten the human race. The influenza epidemic that came before it was similarly notorious when it came to facilitating the spread of paranoia. The truth is that infectious illnesses have always shaped the human psyche—since time immemorial.
How Paranoia Spreads
Michel Foucault talked about this when he wrote his magnum opus, Madness and Civilization. He starts by explaining how lepers, back in the Middle Ages, were shipped off to distant lands—only because they were sick and were infecting others. These people were branded “mad” and easily alienated—both literally and figuratively. In theory, we call this the “otherization” of people.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, we have seen similar otherization happen all around us. There have been reports of racism against Asians, mass deportations, travel and immigration bans against certain people, and more. Psychology Today even talked about chilling cases of mass murder, with the help of examples from history. It explained how, during the Black Death, Jews were killed by their neighbors because that’s how paranoid people were: paranoid enough to persecute a fellow human.
Remember, for fear to work, you need something to be afraid of. And since we can’t see the virus, we need a visible enemy. Fellow humans seem like a good enough scapegoat.
The Big Question: Who Benefits From Paranoia?
Whenever something bad happens, and whenever we feel it difficult to determine an agenda, ask this question: who benefits? At this point, when the whole world is in chaos and up in arms, humans are not benefiting at all. If it was an affliction that affected a sorry few of the society, perhaps you could say that so or so government was involved.
But humans are, collectively, on the losing side here.
The only party that’s winning is a party that has long waited to pounce on humans at the slightest sign of weakness. It’s the extraterrestrials with an agenda, the ones with a mercenary army at their behest, who have long waited for humans to drop their guard.
Humans: Distracted, But Not Defeated
We humans are completely engaged in other issues at home at the moment. We are involved in finding vaccines for a virus that is posing an existential threat to us. We want to ensure the world economy still runs despite all of this. Humans aren’t even, most surprisingly, fighting any new wars. This says something about how great the paranoia is.
We are, collectively, distracted.
This is a ripe time for enemies of our planet and our kind to unleash their nefarious attacks on us. They can do it undetected and unchallenged. However, not all of us are so easily fooled. Many of us are well onto the hidden truths that have been kept from us. Many of us have been looking into the details of extraterrestrial agendas for too long. With divine and channeled wisdom on our side, we may surpass this threat that stands before us.