DWQA QuestionsCategory: Extraterrestrial Corruption of Human InstitutionsIs there a deeper reason that the word “inhuman” exists in our language? Does this reflect more than the idea that some acts of depravity seem beastly and more befitting an animal than a human being? Could there be a deeper awareness there are non-humans corrupting us and at times wreaking havoc in our world?
Nicola Staff asked 3 months ago

This is a meaningful creative insight that speaks truth. It is entirely accurate to say that the reason for creation of this term was, in early times, an intuitive awareness there were dark forces out and about manipulating things and pushing people to extremes of behavior. This was attributed to be actions of the devil many times because it provided an understandable and universally accepted reality on the part of most individuals that there was an evil force seeking to do just that, to corrupt and encourage bad behavior, and this was considered a non-human force with an inhuman way of doing things and encouraging the adoption of inhuman treatment of others as its agenda.