Amy Winehouse Channeled by Karl Mollison 13Nov2019

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Amy Winehouse Channeled by Karl Mollison 13Nov2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amy_Winehouse

Amy Winehouse 14 September 1983 – 23 July 201) was an English singer and songwriter. She was known for her deep, expressive contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including soul, rhythm and blues and jazz.

Winehouse’s debut album, Frank, was a critical success in the UK and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. Her follow-up album, Back to Black (2006), led to five 2008 Grammy Awards, tying the then record for the most wins by a female artist in a single night, and made her the first British woman to win five Grammys, including three of the General Field “Big Four” Grammy Awards: Best New Artist, Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

She also won the 2007 Brit Award for Best British Female Artist, having been nominated for Best British Album, with Back to Black.

Back to Black went to number one on the UK Albums Chart for two weeks in January 2007, dropping then climbing back for several weeks in February.

In the US, it entered at number seven on the Billboard 200. It was the best-selling album in the UK of 2007, selling 1.85 million copies over the course of the year.

Winehouse was plagued by drug and alcohol addiction.

Winehouse’s last public appearance took place at Camden’s Roundhouse, London on 20 July 2011, when she made a surprise appearance on stage to support her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield.

Winehouse died on 23 July 2011. 

Back to Black also topped the Billboard Digital Albums chart on the same week and was the second best-seller on iTunes. “Rehab” re-entered and topped the Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart as well, selling up to 38,000 more digital downloads.

As of August 2011, Back to Black was the best-selling album in the UK in the twenty-first century.

Winehouse’s last recording was a duet with American singer Tony Bennett for his latest album, Duets II, released on 20 September 2011. Her father, Mitch Winehouse, launched the Amy Winehouse Foundation with the goal of raising awareness and support for organisations that help vulnerable, young adults with problems such as addiction.

Proceeds from “Body and Soul” benefit the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The song received the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 54th Grammy Awards on 12 February 2012. Winehouse’s father picked up the award at the awards ceremony with his wife Janis, saying, “We shouldn’t be here.

Our darling daughter should be here. These are the cards that we’re dealt.”

She died of alcohol poisoning on 23 July 2011 at the age of 27. After her death, her album Back to Black became, for a time, the UK’s best-selling album of the 21st century. It is also listed as one of the best-selling albums in UK chart history.

The 27 Club? Is music a liability?

Dean Warwick Channeled by Karl Mollison 06Nov2019

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Dean Warwick Channeled by Karl Mollison 06Nov2019

From http://projectcamelot.org/

Dean Warwick, alternative energy pioneer and researcher, collapsed and died on 7 October, 2006 while speaking at Probe International’s conference in Blackpool, England.

Originally from New Zealand – born of an MI6 operative – but lately resident in Scotland, Warwick had initially served in the New Zealand Army and was aware of the use of directed energy weapons to destroy targets, even buildings, as long ago as the 1970s.

Warwick had promised interviewer Dave Starbuck that he would make some very significant announcements at the conference concerning the murder of Bobby Kennedy, the identity of the “Anti-Christ”, and the connection between underground bases and hundreds of thousands of missing children.

Warwick had reached the point in his lecture when he stated he would next reveal who was behind Bobby Kennedy’s murder. However, he never did. Instead, he said, “Bear with me for a moment”, leaned with his left elbow on a nearby table with his right arm across his body, and then fell flat on his face.

Shortly afterwards he was pronounced dead.

Warwick was aged 62 and was in good health. Shortly before he began his presentation, he said he felt a “beam” or “burning” at the side of his head, and conference organizers said he had spoken of having had a premonition that something “would happen”.

What happened?

Muammar Gaddafi Channeled by Karl Mollison 30Oct2019 – AUDIO PODCAST

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Muammar Gaddafi Channeled by Karl Mollison 30Oct2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muammar_Gaddafi

Muammar Gaddafi[b] 1942 – 20 October 2011  was a Libyan revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He governed Libya as Revolutionary Chairman of the Libyan Arab Republic from 1969 to 1977, and then as the “Brotherly Leader” of the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011. He was initially ideologically committed to Arab nationalism and Arab socialism but later ruled according to his own Third International Theory.

Born near Sirte, Italian Libya to a poor Bedouin family, Gaddafi became an Arab nationalist while at school in Sabha, later enrolling in the Royal Military Academy, Benghazi. Within the military, he founded a revolutionary group which deposed the Western-backed Senussi monarchy of Idris in a 1969 coup.

Having taken power, Gaddafi converted Libya into a republic governed by his Revolutionary Command Council.

Ruling by decree, he deported Libya’s Italian population and ejected its Western military bases. Strengthening ties to Arab nationalist governments—particularly Gamal Abdel Nasser’s Egypt—he unsuccessfully advocated Pan-Arab political union.

An Islamic modernist, he introduced sharia as the basis for the legal system and promoted “Islamic socialism”. He nationalized the oil industry and used the increasing state revenues to bolster the military, fund foreign revolutionaries, and implement social programs emphasizing house-building, healthcare and education projects. In 1973, he initiated a “Popular Revolution” with the formation of Basic People’s Congresses, presented as a system of direct democracy, but retained personal control over major decisions. He outlined his Third International Theory that year, publishing these ideas in The Green Book.

Gaddafi transformed Libya into a new socialist state called a Jamahiriya (“state of the masses”) in 1977. He officially adopted a symbolic role in governance but remained head of both the military and the Revolutionary Committees responsible for policing and suppressing dissent. During the 1970s and 1980s, Libya’s unsuccessful border conflicts with Egypt and Chad, support for foreign militants, and alleged responsibility for the Lockerbie bombing in Scotland left it increasingly isolated on the world stage.

A particularly hostile relationship developed with the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel, resulting in the 1986 U.S. bombing of Libya and United Nations–imposed economic sanctions.

From 1999, Gaddafi shunned Arab socialism and encouraged economic privatization, rapprochement with Western nations, and Pan-Africanism; he was Chairperson of the African Union from 2009 to 2010. Amid the 2011 Arab Spring, protests against widespread corruption and unemployment broke out in eastern Libya. The situation descended into civil war, in which NATO intervened militarily on the side of the anti-Gaddafist National Transitional Council (NTC). The government was overthrown, and Gaddafi retreated to Sirte, only to be captured and killed by NTC militants.

A highly divisive figure, Gaddafi dominated Libya’s politics for four decades and was the subject of a pervasive cult of personality. He was decorated with various awards and praised for his anti-imperialist stance, support for Arab—and then African—unity, and for significant improvements that his government brought to the Libyan people’s quality of life. Conversely, Islamic fundamentalists strongly opposed his social and economic reforms, and he was posthumously accused of sexual abuse. He was condemned by many as a dictator whose authoritarian administration violated human rights and financed global terrorism.

Perhaps some of this is inaccurate and perhaps there is more to the story.

Muammar Gaddafi Channeled by Karl Mollison 30Oct2019

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Muammar Gaddafi Channeled by Karl Mollison 30Oct2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muammar_Gaddafi

Muammar Gaddafi[b] 1942 – 20 October 2011  was a Libyan revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He governed Libya as Revolutionary Chairman of the Libyan Arab Republic from 1969 to 1977, and then as the “Brotherly Leader” of the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011. He was initially ideologically committed to Arab nationalism and Arab socialism but later ruled according to his own Third International Theory.

Born near Sirte, Italian Libya to a poor Bedouin family, Gaddafi became an Arab nationalist while at school in Sabha, later enrolling in the Royal Military Academy, Benghazi. Within the military, he founded a revolutionary group which deposed the Western-backed Senussi monarchy of Idris in a 1969 coup.

Having taken power, Gaddafi converted Libya into a republic governed by his Revolutionary Command Council.

Ruling by decree, he deported Libya’s Italian population and ejected its Western military bases. Strengthening ties to Arab nationalist governments—particularly Gamal Abdel Nasser’s Egypt—he unsuccessfully advocated Pan-Arab political union.

An Islamic modernist, he introduced sharia as the basis for the legal system and promoted “Islamic socialism”. He nationalized the oil industry and used the increasing state revenues to bolster the military, fund foreign revolutionaries, and implement social programs emphasizing house-building, healthcare and education projects. In 1973, he initiated a “Popular Revolution” with the formation of Basic People’s Congresses, presented as a system of direct democracy, but retained personal control over major decisions. He outlined his Third International Theory that year, publishing these ideas in The Green Book.

Gaddafi transformed Libya into a new socialist state called a Jamahiriya (“state of the masses”) in 1977. He officially adopted a symbolic role in governance but remained head of both the military and the Revolutionary Committees responsible for policing and suppressing dissent. During the 1970s and 1980s, Libya’s unsuccessful border conflicts with Egypt and Chad, support for foreign militants, and alleged responsibility for the Lockerbie bombing in Scotland left it increasingly isolated on the world stage.

A particularly hostile relationship developed with the United States, United Kingdom, and Israel, resulting in the 1986 U.S. bombing of Libya and United Nations–imposed economic sanctions.

From 1999, Gaddafi shunned Arab socialism and encouraged economic privatization, rapprochement with Western nations, and Pan-Africanism; he was Chairperson of the African Union from 2009 to 2010. Amid the 2011 Arab Spring, protests against widespread corruption and unemployment broke out in eastern Libya. The situation descended into civil war, in which NATO intervened militarily on the side of the anti-Gaddafist National Transitional Council (NTC). The government was overthrown, and Gaddafi retreated to Sirte, only to be captured and killed by NTC militants.

A highly divisive figure, Gaddafi dominated Libya’s politics for four decades and was the subject of a pervasive cult of personality. He was decorated with various awards and praised for his anti-imperialist stance, support for Arab—and then African—unity, and for significant improvements that his government brought to the Libyan people’s quality of life. Conversely, Islamic fundamentalists strongly opposed his social and economic reforms, and he was posthumously accused of sexual abuse. He was condemned by many as a dictator whose authoritarian administration violated human rights and financed global terrorism.

Perhaps some of this is inaccurate and perhaps there is more to the story.

Helena Blavatsky Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Oct2019 – AUDIO PODCAST

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Helena Blavatsky Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Oct2019

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Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Еле́на Петро́вна Блава́тская, 12 August [O.S. 31 July] 1831 – 8 May 1891 was a Russian occultist, philosopher, and author who co-founded the Theosophical Society in 1875. She gained an international following as the leading theoretician of Theosophy, the esoteric religion that the society promoted.

Born into an aristocratic Russian-German family in Yekaterinoslav, then in the Russian Empire (now Ukraine), Blavatsky traveled widely around the empire as a child.

Largely self-educated, she developed an interest in Western esotericism during her teenage years. According to her later claims, in 1849 she embarked on a series of world travels, visiting Europe, the Americas, and India.

She also claimed that during this period she encountered a group of spiritual adepts, the “Masters of the Ancient Wisdom”, who sent her to Shigatse, Tibet, where they trained her to develop a deeper understanding of the synthesis of religion, philosophy and science. Both contemporary critics and later biographers have argued that some or all of these foreign visits were fictitious, and that she spent this period in Europe.

By the early 1870s, Blavatsky was involved in the Spiritualist movement; although defending the genuine existence of Spiritualist phenomena, she argued against the mainstream Spiritualist idea that the entities contacted were the spirits of the dead. Relocating to the United States in 1873, she befriended Henry Steel Olcott and rose to public attention as a spirit medium, attention that included public accusations of fraudulence.

In New York City, Blavatsky co-founded the Theosophical Society with Olcott and William Quan Judge in 1875.

In 1877, she published Isis Unveiled, a book outlining her Theosophical world-view. Associating it closely with the esoteric doctrines of Hermeticism and Neoplatonism, Blavatsky described Theosophy as “the synthesis of science, religion and philosophy”, proclaiming that it was reviving an “Ancient Wisdom” which underlay all the world’s religions.

In 1880, she and Olcott moved to India, where the Society was allied to the Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement.

That same year, while in Ceylon, she and Olcott became the first people from the United States to formally convert to Buddhism.

Although opposed by the British administration, Theosophy spread rapidly in India but experienced internal problems after Blavatsky was accused of producing fraudulent paranormal phenomena. Amid ailing health, in 1885 she returned to Europe, there establishing the Blavatsky Lodge in London. Here she published The Secret Doctrine, a commentary on what she claimed were ancient Tibetan manuscripts, as well as two further books, The Key to Theosophy and The Voice of the Silence.

She died of influenza.

Blavatsky was a controversial figure during her lifetime, championed by supporters as an enlightened guru and derided as a fraudulent charlatan and plagiarist by critics.

Her Theosophical doctrines influenced the spread of Hindu and Buddhist ideas in the West as well as the development of Western esoteric currents like Ariosophy, Anthroposophy, and the New Age Movement.

 

Helena Blavatsky Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Oct2019

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Helena Blavatsky Channeled by Karl Mollison 22Oct2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helena_Blavatsky

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Еле́на Петро́вна Блава́тская, 12 August [O.S. 31 July] 1831 – 8 May 1891 was a Russian occultist, philosopher, and author who co-founded the Theosophical Society in 1875. She gained an international following as the leading theoretician of Theosophy, the esoteric religion that the society promoted.

Born into an aristocratic Russian-German family in Yekaterinoslav, then in the Russian Empire (now Ukraine), Blavatsky traveled widely around the empire as a child.

Largely self-educated, she developed an interest in Western esotericism during her teenage years. According to her later claims, in 1849 she embarked on a series of world travels, visiting Europe, the Americas, and India.

She also claimed that during this period she encountered a group of spiritual adepts, the “Masters of the Ancient Wisdom”, who sent her to Shigatse, Tibet, where they trained her to develop a deeper understanding of the synthesis of religion, philosophy and science. Both contemporary critics and later biographers have argued that some or all of these foreign visits were fictitious, and that she spent this period in Europe.

By the early 1870s, Blavatsky was involved in the Spiritualist movement; although defending the genuine existence of Spiritualist phenomena, she argued against the mainstream Spiritualist idea that the entities contacted were the spirits of the dead. Relocating to the United States in 1873, she befriended Henry Steel Olcott and rose to public attention as a spirit medium, attention that included public accusations of fraudulence.

In New York City, Blavatsky co-founded the Theosophical Society with Olcott and William Quan Judge in 1875.

In 1877, she published Isis Unveiled, a book outlining her Theosophical world-view. Associating it closely with the esoteric doctrines of Hermeticism and Neoplatonism, Blavatsky described Theosophy as “the synthesis of science, religion and philosophy”, proclaiming that it was reviving an “Ancient Wisdom” which underlay all the world’s religions.

In 1880, she and Olcott moved to India, where the Society was allied to the Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement.

That same year, while in Ceylon, she and Olcott became the first people from the United States to formally convert to Buddhism.

Although opposed by the British administration, Theosophy spread rapidly in India but experienced internal problems after Blavatsky was accused of producing fraudulent paranormal phenomena. Amid ailing health, in 1885 she returned to Europe, there establishing the Blavatsky Lodge in London. Here she published The Secret Doctrine, a commentary on what she claimed were ancient Tibetan manuscripts, as well as two further books, The Key to Theosophy and The Voice of the Silence.

She died of influenza.

Blavatsky was a controversial figure during her lifetime, championed by supporters as an enlightened guru and derided as a fraudulent charlatan and plagiarist by critics.

Her Theosophical doctrines influenced the spread of Hindu and Buddhist ideas in the West as well as the development of Western esoteric currents like Ariosophy, Anthroposophy, and the New Age Movement.

Jane Roberts Channeled by Karl Mollison 16Oct2019

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Jane Roberts Channeled by Karl Mollison 16Oct2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Roberts

Jane Roberts May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984 was an American author, poet, self-proclaimed psychic, and spirit medium, who claimed to channel an energy personality who called himself “Seth.”

Her publication of the Seth texts, known as the Seth Material, established her as one of the preeminent figures in the world of paranormal phenomena. The Yale University Library Manuscripts and Archives maintains a collection entitled Jane Roberts Papers (MS 1090), which documents the career and personal life of Jane Roberts, including journals, poetry, correspondence, audio and video recordings, and other materials donated after her death by Roberts’ husband and other individuals and organizations. Yale University’s collection entitled “Jane Roberts papers” occupies 164.08 linear feet of shelf space and is contained in 498 boxes.

 Seth’s effect upon New Age thinkers has been profound.

The title jacket of “The Nature of Personal Reality, A Seth Book,” republished in 1994, contains testimonials from some of the most notable thinkers and writers within the movement. Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, Shakti Gawain, Dan Millman, Louise Hay, Richard Bach, and others express the effect the Seth Material had upon their own awakening.

In words similar to Williamson’s they state: “Seth was one of my first metaphysical teachers. He remains a constant source of knowledge and inspiration in my life.” Catherine L. Albanese, professor of religious history at the University of Chicago, stated that in the 1970s the Seth Material “launched an era of nationwide awareness” of the channeling trend. She believes it contributed to the “self-identity of an emergent New Age movement and also augment[ed] its ranks.”

A number of groups have compiled anthologies of quotes from Seth, summarized sections of his teachings, issued copies of Seth sessions on audio tape,[55] and further relayed the material via classes[56] and conventions.

After Roberts’ death, recorded in The Way Toward Health (1997), Butts continued his work as a guardian of the Seth texts and continued to supervise the publication of some of the remaining material, including The Early Sessions, making sure all of the recordings, manuscripts, notes, and drawings would be given to the Yale Library. Butts remarried, and his second wife, Laurel Lee Davies, supported his work during the more than 20 years they were together and helped answer mail and proofread manuscripts.

Butts died of cancer on May 26, 2008.

GetWisdom.com Webinar: Origin & Meaning of Dreams & Nightmares 13Oct2019

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GetWisdom.com Webinar: Origin & Meaning of Dreams & Nightmares 13Oct2019

What we’ll cover in this event  …

Why Dreams? What is the Mechanism of Dream Creation?
Sleep, and what happens within the mind during sleep, have been fundamental scientific mysteries throughout history. Source Creator gives us the basic understanding needed to appreciate what part of the mind can keep going and why, the purpose behind the dream state.

What is the Cause & Purpose of Nightmares?
Nightmares are often considered a malfunction, a consequence of something wrong with us or in our life. Creator explains how nightmares are a clearing house for trauma we experience and how they fit in as a normal part of human functioning that deserves to be better understood.

Can Nightmares be Caused From Trauma in Other Lifetimes?
Many nightmares, and dreams of all kinds, are inexplicable, having nothing to do with anything we know of consciously that’s happened to us. We discuss this important subject and give examples of people’s dreams about events in other times and places they seemingly could never have been, but actually experienced in other lifetimes. It is yet another line of evidence supporting reality and the importance of reincarnation.

Do Most Nightmares Have a Sinister Cause? 
Karl & Denny discuss how our own negativity and fear can summon matching energy through connecting to the collective unconscious to witness descriptions of things experienced by others. But our biggest negative influence comes from spirit meddler attachments and even extraterrestrial manipulation. We will explore how and why this is being inflicted on us and what you can do about it.

Viewer Questions and Answers
The GetWisdom.com Founders will interact with the viewing audience and answer viewer questions about origin & meaning of dreams & nightmares …

Rudolf Steiner Channeled by Karl Mollison 09Oct2019

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Rudolf Steiner Channeled by Karl Mollison 09Oct2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Steiner

Rudolf Steiner February 1861 – 30 March 1925 was an Austrian clairvoyant, philosopher, social reformer, architect, economist and esotericist.

Steiner gained initial recognition at the end of the nineteenth century as a literary critic and published philosophical works including The Philosophy of Freedom.

At the beginning of the twentieth century he founded an esoteric spiritual movement, anthroposophy, with roots in German idealist philosophy and theosophy; other influences include Goethean science and Rosicrucianism.

In the first, more philosophically oriented phase of this movement, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and spirituality.

His philosophical work of these years, which he termed “spiritual science”, sought to apply the clarity of thinking characteristic of Western philosophy to spiritual questions, differentiating this approach from what he considered to be vaguer approaches to mysticism.

In a second phase, beginning around 1907, he began working collaboratively in a variety of artistic media, including drama, the movement arts (developing a new artistic form, eurythmy) and architecture, culminating in the building of the Goetheanum, a cultural centre to house all the arts.

In the third phase of his work, beginning after World War I, Steiner worked to establish various practical endeavors, including Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture,[15] and anthroposophical medicine.

In 1921, Adolf Hitler attacked Steiner on many fronts, including accusations that he was a tool of the Jews, while other nationalist extremists in Germany called for a “war against Steiner”. That same year, Steiner warned against the disastrous effects it would have for Central Europe if the National Socialists came to power.

In 1922 a lecture Steiner was giving in Munich was disrupted when stink bombs were let off and the lights switched out, while people rushed the stage apparently attempting to attack Steiner, who exited safely through a back door. Unable to guarantee his safety, Steiner’s agents cancelled his next lecture tour.

Steiner advocated a form of ethical individualism, to which he later brought a more explicitly spiritual approach.

He based his epistemology on Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s world view, in which “Thinking… is no more and no less an organ of perception than the eye or ear. Just as the eye perceives colours and the ear sounds, so thinking perceives ideas.”

A consistent thread that runs from his earliest philosophical phase through his later spiritual orientation is the goal of demonstrating that there are no essential limits to human knowledge.

Can Theosophy or the knowledge of God be reconciled to Anthroposopy or the knowledge of man?

 

Anne Frank Channeled by Karl Mollison 25Sept2019

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Anne Frank Channeled by Karl Mollison 25Sept2019

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Frank

Anne Frank 12 June 1929 – February or March 1945 was a German-born Dutch-Jewish diarist. One of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust, she gained fame posthumously with the publication of The Diary of a Young Girl (originally Het Achterhuis in Dutch; English: The Secret Annex), in which she documents her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. It is one of the world’s best known books and has been the basis for several plays and films.

Born in Frankfurt, Germany, she lived most of her life in or near Amsterdam, Netherlands, having moved there with her family at the age of four and a half when the Nazis gained control over Germany.

Born a German national, she lost her citizenship in 1941 and thus became stateless. By May 1940, the Franks were trapped in Amsterdam by the German occupation of the Netherlands.

As persecutions of the Jewish population increased in July 1942, the Franks went into hiding in some concealed rooms behind a bookcase in the building where Anne’s father, Otto Frank, worked.

From then until the family’s arrest by the Gestapo in August 1944, she kept a diary she had received as a birthday present, and wrote in it regularly.

Following their arrest, the Franks were transported to concentration camps. In October or November 1944, Anne and her sister, Margot, were transferred from
Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where they died (probably of typhus) a few months later.

They were originally estimated by the Red Cross to have died in March, with Dutch authorities setting 31 March as their official date of death, but research by the Anne Frank House in 2015 suggests it is more likely that they died in February.

Otto, the only survivor of the Franks, returned to Amsterdam after the war to find that her diary had been saved by his secretary, Miep Gies, and his efforts led to its publication in 1947.

It was translated from its original Dutch version and first published in English in 1952 as The Diary of a Young Girl, and has since been translated into over 60 languages.

We discover that her ordeal is far from a closed chapter for Jews or any human living today.

Why would Anne Frank as a Light Being tell us that Holocaust is not over?