Monday, February 23, 2015

Joseph Stalin

Q. Can you please do a reading about Joseph Stalin, like you did about Hitler, and see what he was actually like? 
I think a reading about Stalin will be just as enlightening as the reading about Hitler. Thank you so much.

A. [As I go into this, much like the Hitler reading, I have to really "shut down" the programming and see what will come forward...]

When I first tune into Stalin, I get an image of him and feel myself staring into his eyes.  Then I hear that not too many people looked him right in the eye, but can't help myself from staring.  Then my perspective changes and see myself looking through his eyes, and taking in the world as he sees it.... 


I go back to being a little kid (though Stalin's perspective).  I see a woman (mother?) who looks to be quiet, loving, but very submissive.  There is a man (dad?) and he is wearing a military uniform.  I am unable to tell if he was in the military or if this is symbolic for his strict nature. I also get the impression that his dad was either physically not there much, or emotionally not there- there is a distance that I often feel and associate with neglect.  His did comes through as a very dominant man.  I hear he "ruled with an iron fist" and was showed his power over the family verbally and physically.  The way to survive was to do what you were told, be seen as little as possible and never heard.


As Stalin grew up he found himself trying to fulfill others expectations (schooling, work) rather than go against the norm (which is what he really wanted to do).  He was conformed as a child to be quiet and suppress his feelings.  Then I see something happening during his late teens / early 20s...it was like he had enough and snapped.  I see this look in his eyes that looks as if this sudden change was related to violence or a violent act.  He quit caring and there was this veil of fear that he pealed off.  It was a trying economic time and he felt that if a revolution of some kind began he could make things more fair and create a solid economy.  


I see at first him forming a resistance type group that later evolved into a political party.  He showed others his vision of what the possibilities were, and gained a following that drew attention and eventually propelled him to become the leader.  He was well spoken and I get the impression he had support, but also used some manipulation of words as well to get into the leadership role (he knew the right people to lobby to get what he wanted and needed).  


Once in power his words feel like they quit working, and went to the primal tactics he grew up on to motivate people- and those tactics were abusive and nature, and strengthened by fear.  Stalin really did have a vision for Russia, and if people would just do what he demanded, the country would be great- "The world would see" is the phrase I hear.   He had hopes of proving his governmental ideas and expanding because he saw his way as the only real way to govern... 

Instead of being seen as a leader, he was viewed as a commander and demander..  Even people that worked for him had little to no autonomy.  Then I hear that Stalin did give choices- but be clear that there was a right and wrong choice, so consider your options wisely.  

He controlled the government and military.  He wanted for Russia to succeed into a superpower so strongly, and believed so passionately in his way of ruling that he would do what it took to make it happen.  He justified his actions by disassociating himself from them- meaning, if someone was out of line, and they needed to be punished, he didn't see it as having any other choice- he felt he did what had to be done in the name of "saving Mother Russia."  He didn't take the blame and guilt, but rather shifted it on saying it was done for the betterment of Russia's success.  He had no tolerance or weakness or unaccountability, and people were held to the highest standards.  Anything less, and they were made an example of...

Q. Was he guilty of war crimes?  
A. I get yes, and he didn't care.  He was doing what he felt needed to be done.  I also get he didn't use the word "wanted or liked" but rather needed- everything was matter of fact and void of wish washy language.  He wasn't driven by the humanistic side of his being, but rather the goal-oriented, primal directive.

I also see that he did horrific things to people, but in every instance he shifted the guilt onto something or someone else.  There feels like such a contradiction with him because he was against hearing excuses from others, but always had a justification for his actions in his own mind.  

Q.  What did he feel about WW2 and the allies he had to make?
A.  I see he did what was necessary to stop Germany.  Germany was the biggest threat of everyone.  He felt confident that if he had them out of the way, Russia would be able to expand.  He didn't see the US, Britain or any other country as strong enough to stop him.  He really had very little respect (and no fear) for anyone outside of Russia.. His goal was to stop Germany (or make them weak) and slowly take over areas within Europe to expand.

Q.  How did he see himself?
A. He viewed himself as a great leader.  In his mind he accomplished a lot, and set up a good template for how to run things.  There was still a lot to do to get people to fall in line (and keep them submissive- outspoken people annoyed him!), but he felt confident that his vision could be realized.

And that is all I have for this reading... I realize there is SO much more, but I am closing this portion for now.  Thank you.  Love and light-

24 comments:

Baku Matsumoto said...

Stalin supressed and killed million of people by torture, imprisonment, man-made famine. What kind of afterlife or karma did hey get?? Will he reincarnate as human? Did he hold any reptilian brain?

Dante said...

How would things have played out in 1930s and World War II if Trotsky and not Stalin was in control of the Soviet Union after Lenin?

Though I do realize this could be another reading question.

Do you see another person like Stalin incarnating in the near future or even alive right now?

Hannon said...

@ Dante, Excellent question. Zbigniew Brzezinski is one of the so called "elite's" major planners and program architects. For example(s), in 1970 he published Between Two Ages, which outlined the digital spy grid and mass media mind control system we live in or technotronic era as he calls it, in 1997 he wrote the Grand Chessboard which outlined the plans for the Middle East that we see playing out since 911 to now, and in 2007 he published Second Chance which outlined the plans for dragging Russia into conflict via the countries on her boarders as we see in Ukraine now. So when he speaks, we should listen carefully, and now he's talking about killing people by the millions, so look out. I'm not a psychic, but in my opinion if they pull such a stunt, it wouldn't be run by an old fashioned strong man but more likely by corporate style committees, and instead of death camps, it would come from starvation via failed crops due to weather weapons, economic sabotage, political destabilization, low intensity conflicts and bio weapons made to look like natural out breaks. Here he is saying it, although not the means I mentioned: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO2U9jJoWsM

The good news is, if that's the means they do intend to use, a bit of preparation, getting healthy and some good old fashioned smarts can help mitigate or insulate you and your family from them.

Watchand Knock said...

Very intersting reading, Lynn! Zooming to today! How long has Russia still to suffer under Putin? Thanks!

mariemccahery said...

It would be interesting to have a reading on Putin as Watch and Knock says. But there is a lot of anti-Russian propaganda in western media. I have been following the Ukrainian situation for a long time from many sources and actually read Putin's speeches. It is Putin who has been reasonable and pushing possible peace plans throughout and it has been the Kiev and the west who have been unreasonable, preferring to bomb the unhappy residents of Dombass rather than come to some kind of agreement on autonomy.
One has to remember that this all started a year ago with the formation of the BRICS Banks and the overthrow of an elected government that only had months to run.
The Fed has been printing ridiculous amounts of dollars and the countries that have to accept them for their goods are not happy and are arranging bilateral agreements not to use them. Many, especially China.Japan and Russia are divesting dollars from their reserves. China and Japan prefer to keep quiet so Putin is the lead player. It is essential that he is demonised and Russia is weakened.
If the dollar loses it reserve status and the Fed its ability to keep printing with the rest of the world soaking up the extra dollars, then the US economy will no longer be able to pay for itself. It has had a massive trade deficit for a very long time, paying for its goods with printed paper, needed for international trade, oil purchase and reserves.
Russia does not suffer from Putin, he is massively popular as he works tirelessly for the interests of Russia, not the interests of western central banks and the USA.
The amount of warmongering propaganda against Putin and Russia is very worrying

YourPsychicFocus said...

@Baku: When I look at him, there was this denial about him that was genuine. He faced karma associated with the lower vibrations, but surprisingly he wasn't viewed as negative as what we think. He REALLY believed he was doing good and that disconnect is sort of what "saved" him in the afterlife. It wasn't an act, but within him thought he was doing the right thing. Truly horrible karma comes from those that intentionally do the wrong thing and hurt people for personal gain or enjoyment (and realize they are doing it).

He did act on his reptilian brain... He lacked emotion and was very primal in his thinking and logic.

@Dante: That would be a great separate reading...

I see that there are some that "think" like Stalin in existence now, but I don't see them having the power and influence to act on it the same way Stalin did. Stalin has this "raw and blatant" way of acting, whereas now thing feel more passive aggressive- manipulations will be done in less obvious ways.

@Hannon: Thank you so much for the info!

@watchandknock: I see this lasting a while. At least the next 3 to 5 years. We will see new faces emerge (like consultants), but Putin looks to be around for a while.

@mariem: You are right.. Most people only see (and have the feeling of being informed) what they are shown in the media. We aren't there first hand to really know what is happening. Most wars are the result of an underlying issue and NOT what the propaganda is trying to persuade you into thinking. The next big war will be over gold, the dollar and oil.. I feel it is already started in a "quiet" way..passive jabs...

mariemccahery said...

@Lynn. You are so right as a financial war has already begun. Many countries are moving away from the dollar for international trade and putting in their reserves, the Fed and Wall St are getting very worried. The gold price would normally indicate the growing lack of confidence in the dollar but the price is being suppressed by the paper gold market, particularly naked short selling. Many countries are taking advantage of the suppressed price to buy gold and demand physical delivery.

Germany has asked the USA for its gold back but has been told it will take years and even refuses Germany an audit of its own gold. It is interesting that whatever country the US has interfered with recently, including Libya and Ukraine, have all had their gold transferred to New York. This can only go on for so long. Iraq, Iran and Libya have all suffered terribly for daring to move towards selling their oil in something other than dollars. This has been a warning to others, but of course,not what we are told in the media.
Wall St and the Fed have been very good at kicking the can down the road since the collapse of 2008, mainly by printing hundreds of billions of dollars. But what would really help is war, so ISIS came into being. But a war against the major opponent of the dollar and on European soil would really help the US economy, as it has in the past. Putin can see this clearly and is trying to warn Europe that Russia is a nuclear power and will not back off in its strategic interests but Wall St is willing to take enormous risks. Hopefully, the European powers are finally waking up to the fact that US and Wall St's interests are not the same as European interests. It could happen soon that the US is the one finding itself isolated as the rest of the world is no longer willing to accept the dollar for payment of its goods.

Anyway, there is a remote viewer, Lada Ray, who previously worked in the finance sector in the US and was born in Ukraine. She is very knowledgeable of the fascinating history of the area, which goes back so very many centuries. Her take on Ukraine and Russia is fascinating. She is at https://futuristrendcast.wordpress.com/

Another great blog about Russia and Ukraine is http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.co.uk/ (written from Florida) where there are a variety of commenters and links and what I find particularly fascinating, videos with subtitles. I am amazed at the quality of some of the political shows on Russian TV and many Russian politicians and analysts are very astute. They make western discourse look very stupid. I have been following this blog for a long time and it is gaining more and more followers around the world as it goes out in more and more languages and proves itself so much better than western media. It's just unfortunate that as you become aware of the real background and feel respect for the Novorussiyan leaders, who go out to battle and lead from the front, which is the Russian way, you get more and more worried about the ridiculous warmongering and bellicosity of the so-called free media of the west. The more people who are aware that there is a warmongering agenda the better. Remember there were no WMD in Iraq, we must not be fooled a second time, particularly against a nuclear power that has never been beaten on its western front. Russia has been invaded many times from that border, it has never been the provocateur. It has reasons in its long history to prefer non-belligerent neighbours. Putin repeatedly tries to remind the west of all this as Russia becomes exasperated at the increasing provocations of the USA and its puppet in Kiev.

I am very concerned that Lynn thinks it could turn into a hot war, It seems to me the east is waiting for the US economy to ruin itself as so many bad short-term decisions are being made. I am sure they would prefer to trigger a massive financial crash by selling dollars rather than risk a hot war, but if it is the US elite, safe in their bunkers, who launches first......

YourPsychicFocus said...

@mariem: Thank you for the well thought out comment! I think many will find this interesting! I know I did!

Hannon said...

@ mariemccahery, well said. Could you imagine what it must be like for TPTB to have to balance all those fraudulent numbers in these rigged markets at the end of the night, provide enough bread and circus to keep the masses distracted, and make sure all the services keep running on fumes. They must be pulling their hair out, or at least the technicians doing the work under them are. They are backed into a corner, and usually they pull off the big wars at these times, but I can't imagine they'd be able to motivate the masses for war if it involved more than watching tv and feeling tough with a six pack in hand. They literally ruined the populations they depended on for power with GMO, fluoride, spiked vaccines, degeneracy, teaching them they're losers, faulty archetypes, etc, etc. Now they have to take on the Russians with a bunch of unhealthy blobs, it would be hilarious if so many people weren't vandalized and hurt by them.

Like you said, I think their enemies are just waiting for this beast to bleed out, rather than provoke a full on confrontation, but we have to ask ourselves, Is a wounded elephant more or less dangerous? I just hope they don't do something crazy once they realize their goose is cooked and there's no turning it around.

mariemccahery said...

Hannon and Lynn - thanks for the comments. One wonders for how much longer all the manipulation can go on.

This is a brilliant video of what happened when the military tried to serve call-up papers in one Ukrainian village https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQjmwVC_Dts

Just reading how my abysmal prime minister, Cameron, is sending UK military advisors to Kiev. Or is it that, after the bruising experience of Scotland, he's getting them to learn how to bomb areas that dare to ask for more autonomy? Obviously he thinks its OK to advise oligarch funded Nazi battallions who overthrow an elected government and then bomb citizens who complain? But they might not have men to advise as the latest conscription is running into great difficulties as many men are fleeing to Russia, of all places. The propaganda is losing force as the separatists let loose men who surrender, so that they can then go home and tell the truth, that there are no Russians and that the Kiev officers just use them as cannon fodder. Russians don't mess about, if they joined in, they'd be in Kiev within days,if not hours.
Thankfully, Cameron is being kept away from any negotiations

bing0 said...

@mariemccahery: i m so glad you are around. i don't have a tv, but i read newspapers. So, less influenced/informed, but still, even in these ways i can be easily fooled, as many others

Hannon said...

@ mariemccahery, to be fair to the Nazi(nationalist) faction in Ukraine, I don't think they were the ones doing the sniping, it was probably mercs, and as soon as it would've been time for them to take the reins, their leadership all ended up dead, but they did have legitimate grievances as we all do. From the outside looking in, it seems like they were used and then disposed of. I'm definitely going to watch that video later after the day is over, and I wonder how long they can keep this illusion going. Here in the states, I assume it will continue until the EBT(aka food stamp) system doesn't put food in peoples bellies, they have the political and court avenues blocking any peaceful reform no matter who we try to get elected, it's just as rigged as their markets. As long as people aren't starving, freezing or being rounded up for death camps, I don't see enough motivation for a violent over through and I don't see them just deciding to do the right thing.

@ bingO It's good that you don't have/watch tv, the flicker rate puts you in a sort of trance along with false imagery that makes their lies more deeply ingrained. Reading makes your brain work and forces your imagination to create the images, keeping your mind sharp :-) I'm on my way to work, and about half the folks there will be talking about the trashy garbage on tv from last night, instead of important or interesting topics or even their kids, but the good news is that it's only half, it used to be everyone :-)

Blimpy Peach said...

@hannon I love it. I've also got half of my work people beginning to critically think now too, at first I felt like one of those people that preach religion to the masses on the busy street corners in the city but now they are releasing that things don't always add up on the media. If the best I can do is to just get the ball rolling and get people to begin questioning things themselves then I feel my job is done :)

Hannon said...

@ Blimpy Peach

Lol, I know what you're saying. I gives me hope, when I first stated to become aware of the false realities we've been spoon fed our whole lives, I felt so alone, over whelmed, depressed and powerless. I was afraid to speak or act out, I also had tons of doomsday type fears associated with it, but little by little I started to make my way out of it, and I'm a better, more comfortable, empowered and happier person for it. It also gets much easier as more and more lights go off in the folks around me, it's actually starting happen in real life around me and not just in odd corners of the internet.

There has been some sad costs along the way, I've been estranged from my parents and siblings for some years now. I love them very much, but my new life style/mindset has me constantly at odds with their tv and church culture, so much so, that I can no longer find common ground at almost any level and it has them so worried for the "safety" of our children(over drinking raw milk) that they started making phone calls to "save" my kids from my "insanity". I felt like I had no choice but to triage them to protect my family. The worst part is, ALL of my nieces and nephews have terrible health and tons of conditions. The doctors tell them it's probably genetics but I was the bad guy when I would point out it can't be if our previous generations didn't have these issues.

Anyways, it's not always easy but it's getting better all round. Hopefully we can change the culture one person at a time until people can openly question anything without over whelming resistance of any kind, and I feel like we're moving in that direction :-)

Hannon said...

@ mariemccahery, I finally got a chance to watch that video, that is one brave woman speaking!

Blimpy Peach said...

@hannon I'm sorry that you have had to go through all that. That must be so hard!!! I don't tell my family for the fear of similar things.

It's great to know that it does get better, I'm still stuck in the struggling depressed stage but I'm glad there will be light at end of tunnel. It's definitely hard not to be able to explain to people what you are really thinking/feeling. Even my husband went and bought extra aluminium foil so I could make myself a tin foil hat! How's that for support haha

YourPsychicFocus said...

@everyone: Thank you for all the comments and discussion! I love seeing everyone come together and share ideas. :-)

Hannon said...

@ Blimpy Peach, when you first learn to do anything it can be scary and after a while it becomes second nature, just like riding a bike. The more you learn and discover, the better you'll be able to adapt to what you're faced with. If some type of out of my hands catastrophic event does happen around me, I'll be facing it with a much bigger intellectual, knowledgeable, emotional, spiritual tool box and more skill sets. Imagine entering a food shortage or whatever, only armed with information about Seinfeld reruns, football scores and an "Oh my, save me (insert deity)" tag line. I ounce asked a Russian who lived through the Soviet collapse what the best coarse of preparation would be for such an event happening in the US, he said learn as many skills and as many things as you can. He said they're always useful and in need, and nobody can steal them from you. He laughed at the idea of buying gold and silver, an ax is cheaper and it can keep you warm in the winter.

Even though the "truther" path puts a lot dark topics in front of you, a Sunset is still beautiful, the chem-trails just add extra color, and it's always good to have an extra roll of foil around during grilling season :-)

bing0 said...

Boris Nemtsov was shot in the back today. I wonder if this is a trick of mighty America to blame Russia

Blimpy Peach said...

I have no psychic abilities at all but my rational mind tells me that Putin is a clever man. He would be silly to go and take him out a couple weeks after giving an interview that he was worried Putin would kill him. It seems like someone could have taken advantage of it and set it up to look like it was Putin? And who would be set to gain from a collapse of Russia? Just ideas…maybe it was Putin?

Compassion Spread said...

Lynn,
Sorry to take your energy on this old topic, but I'd like to clarify the starting point of war between Soviet Union and Germany during WWII. I read recently an article regarding 70th anniversary of the end of WWII, and they referred to contemporary Russian author Suvorov that it was Russia, not Germany, who started the war on Russian border on June 22, 1941 by breaking Nazi–Soviet Nonaggression Pact. Who in reality started Soviet-German War- Hitler or Stalin?

YourPsychicFocus said...

I see it as Stalin...

Dante said...

Just curious...

Did Staling personally ever meet with Hitler for a meeting or any other gathering?

YourPsychicFocus said...

@Dante: I cannot see that they did...