DWQA QuestionsCategory: DisinformationA viewer asks about the author Alice Bailey, The Destiny of Nations, 1949, who writes: “Out of Russia—a symbol of the world Arjuna in a very special sense—will emerge that new and magical religion about which I have so often told you. It will be the product of the great and imminent Approach which will take place between humanity and the Hierarchy. From these two centres of spiritual force, in which the light which ever shineth in and from the East will irradiate the West, the whole world will be flooded with the radiance of the Sun of Righteousness. I am not here referring (in connection with Russia) to the imposition of any political ideology, but to the appearance of a great and spiritual religion which will justify the crucifixion of a great nation and which will demonstrate itself and be focused in a great and spiritual Light which will be held aloft by a vital Russian exponent of true religion—that man for whom many Russians have been looking and who will be the justification of a most ancient prophecy.” Is there any truth to this prediction?
Nicola Staff asked 3 months ago

This is no longer valid. It was disinformation when conveyed to this author and was at that point an extraterrestrial plan to bring forward a false prophet as a way to mind the masses of the spiritual populace. That is seen as less needed so it is one of many such concoctions that are considered and seeds planted but then nothing happens. This serves the propaganda enterprise as well because it casts doubt on all of the prophecies that come forward when few seem to ever come to fruition and that is the point of the exercise, to discredit such things altogether. They block not only the function of intuitives and manipulate them directly in many ways to co-opt their minds and plant false ideas because they know a genuine intuitive can see their doings in advance and this poses a risk for them so they must discredit seers and fortune-tellers as they have done all through recorded history.