Dawarkanath S. Kotnis Channeled by Karl Mollison 25July2021

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Dawarkanath S. Kotnis Channeled by Karl Mollison 25July2021


Born On: October 10, 1910
Born In: Sholapur, Maharashtra, India
Died On: December 9, 1942
Career: Physician

No other Indians can claim the kind of adulation and reverence that Dr. Dwarkanath Kotnis enjoys in China. A legendary Indian physician, who dedicated his entire life working as a battlefront doctor in China, is indeed a name to reckon with. Applauded for his selfless service that he doled out to the injured Chinese soldiers during the Second Sino-Japanese War, Dr. Kotnis’ contribution towards humanity is no mean feat. Fondly dubbed as “Black Mother” by the Chinese villagers, Dr. Kotnis role in solidifying relations between China and India has been humungous.

During his lifetime, he was voted as one of the ten most influential foreigners. Coming from a family of doctors, Dr. Kotnis always dreamt of becoming a physician. And the War of Resistance gave him the perfect opportunity to make himself useful in the battle field. However, due to inclement weather, inadequate diet, and enormous work strain, Dr. Kotnis passed away at an early age of 32.

Early Life
Dr. Dwarkanath Kotnis was born in a lower middle-class family on October 10, 1910 in Sholapur, Mumbai. A vivacious kid by nature, Dr. Kotnis forever aspired to become a doctor. After completing his graduation in medicine from G. S. Medical College, Bombay, he went on to pursue his post-graduation internship. However, he shelved his post-graduation plans when he got the chance to join the medical aid mission to China. Sensing the crisis there, he willingly volunteered to help the people.

Dr. Kotnis always wanted to travel around the world and practice medicine in different parts of the globe. He started his medical expedition in Vietnam, and then, moved on to Singapore and Brunei.

In 1937, the communist General Zhu De requested Jawaharlal Nehru to send Indian physicians to China during the Second Sino-Japanese War to help the soldiers. The President of the Indian National Congress, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose accepted the request and made arrangements to send a team of volunteer doctors. A medical team of five doctors was sent as the part of Indian Medical Mission Team in September 1938. The medical team comprised of M. Atal, M. Cholkar, D. Kotnis, B.K. Basu and D. Mukerji. After the war, all other doctors except Dr. Kotnis, returned back to India.

However, Dr. Kotnis decided to stay back and serve at the military base. He initially started his work in Yan’an and then went to the anti-Japanese base area in North China where he worked in the surgical department of the Eighth Route Army General Hospital as the physician-in-charge. Kotnis made China his home and joined the Communist Party of China in July 1942.He also worked as a lecturer for sometime in the Military area at the Dr. Bethune Hygiene School. He took over the post of the first president of the Bethune International Peace Hospital after Dr. Norman Bethune passed away.

Dr. Kotnis’ major contribution was his selfless service to the Chinese soldiers in the battlefield during the Second Sino-Japanese War. He had the heart to stay back in China, even when his colleagues left, just for serving the wounded soldiers during the war. Because of his loyalty, the young Indian doctor became a legendary figure in China.

Awards And Accolades
Dwarkanath Kotnis was honored by China with a gold medal during Sino-Japan war of 1938, for saving thousands of Chinese lives.

Dr. Kotnis died of a sudden seizure attack in December 1942 at the age of 32 years.

To commemorate his death and his unparalleled contribution to humanity, the Chinese government erected a memorial hall and issued government stamps on the loving memory of his name. Back home, Dr. Kotnis gained popularity posthumously after the publication of his best-selling biography “One Who Did Not Come Back” in 1945. But that is not all. Dwarkanath Kotnis has been commemorated with the Canadian Dr. Bethune in the Martyrs’ Memorial Park in Shijiazhuang with the entire south side of the memorial dedicated to Dr. Kotnis.

Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 18July2021

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Viewer Questions for Creator Channeled by Karl Mollison 18July2021

  1. Can you explain the connection between the astral planes and the subconscious mind, if there is any?
  2. Creator talks about the lower and higher astral planes. Other groups talk about the astral, mental, causal, and soul planes and planes above the soul plane. What is the difference and what are the actual planes the soul experiences?
  3. How was it possible for the Anunnaki, Reptilian and Arcturian races, for example, to advance past the stage of current human nuclear technology without destroying themselves, since they have been corrupted by dark spirits to be aggressive, power-hungry beings? This seems always to be the rationale for assuming that any ET races that HAVE made it to interstellar travel would necessarily have outgrown such folly as war, or they would have already destroyed themselves along the way.
  4. Are there, as has been described by other channelers, independent, advanced, physical “free races” on some planets, that would be natural allies of humanity, that are benevolent, and not under Anunnaki rule—or at least able to contact human channelers “behind the backs” of Anunnaki rulership—or were all such channelings just another example of Anunnaki psychics leading humanity astray with more seductive disinformation?
  5. How much of inner corruption is due to external influences from dark spirit attachments and possessions and/or ET Alliance mind control manipulation, and how much is due to strictly internal influences of craving, aversion and confusion (the “Three Roots of suffering,” according to Buddhist philosophy)?
  6. We have been told that in order for a human to establish a direct communication with the Divine there has to be certain criteria in place, one of those being that there needs to be a high purpose for the communication. Yet we have also been told by Creator that being able to talk to the Divine directly had been the standard mode of operation before the divine human was corrupted and disconnected from most of their intuitive connection. Is it true that when still functioning as intended, humans could talk to the Divine all day long without there having to be a high purpose necessarily as a prerequisite for the communication to be established?
  7. If created beings are extensions of Creator‘s consciousness, and the perception of apparent separation from Creator’s consciousness is actually an illusion, how could the first Angelic beings, who later became the Fallen Angels, due to the pursuit of power to strengthen their egos, fall into that delusion of separation in the first place, of even having a separate “ego”, while the others did not, and remained in Divine Alignment? What were the conditions that allowed or caused some Angels to fall out of Divine alignment?

Nikolai Berdyaev Channeled by Karl Mollison 04July2021

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Nikolai Berdyaev Channeled by Karl Mollison 04July2021

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

Nikolai Berdyaev was born at Obukhovo, Kiev Governorate (present-day Obukhiv, Ukraine) in 1874, in an aristocratic military family. His father, Alexander Mikhailovich Berdyaev, came from a long line of nobility. Almost all of Alexander Mikhailovich’s ancestors served as high-ranking military officers, but he resigned from the army quite early and became active in the social life of the aristocracy. Nikolai’s mother, Alina Sergeevna Berdyaeva, was half-French and came from the top levels of both French and Russian nobility. He also had Polish and Tatar origins.

Greatly influenced by Voltaire, his father was an educated man, who considered himself a freethinker and expressed great skepticism towards religion. Nikolai’s mother, on the other hand was a practicing Eastern Orthodox Christian. He spent a solitary childhood at home, where his father’s library allowed him to read widely. He read Hegel, Schopenhauer, and Kant when he was only 14 and excelled at languages.

Berdyaev decided on an intellectual career and entered the Kiev University in 1894. It was a time of revolutionary fervor among the students and the intelligentsia. He became a Marxist and he was arrested in a student demonstration and expelled from the university. His involvement in illegal activities led in 1897 to three years of internal exile to Vologda, in northern Russia, a milder sentence than that faced by many other revolutionaries.

In 1904, he married Lydia Yudifovna Trusheff. The couple moved to Saint Petersburg, the Russian capital, and the centre of intellectual and revolutionary activity. He participated fully in intellectual and spiritual debate, eventually departing from radical Marxism to focus his attention on philosophy and Christian spirituality.

A fiery 1913 article, entitled “Quenchers of the Spirit”, criticizing the rough purging of Imiaslavie Russian monks on Mount Athos by the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church using tsarist troops, caused him to be charged with the crime of blasphemy, the punishment for which was exile to Siberia for life. The World War and the Bolshevik Revolution prevented the matter coming to trial. After the October Revolution of 1917, as the Bolshevik régime began consolidating its power with a growing suppression of non-Lenin Marxist Intelligentsia, Berdyaev remained steadfast in his criticism of its totalitarianism and the domination of the state over the freedom of the individual. Nonetheless, he was permitted, for the time being, to continue to lecture and write.

His disaffection culminated, in 1919, with the foundation of his own private academy, the “Free Academy of Spiritual Culture”. It was primarily a forum for him to lecture on the hot topics of the day and to present them from a Christian point of view. He also presented his opinions in public lectures, and every Tuesday, the academy hosted a meeting at his home because official Soviet anti-religious activity was intense at the time and the official policy of the Bolshevik government, with its Soviet anti-religious legislation, strongly promoted State atheism.

In 1920, Berdiaev became professor of philosophy at the University of Moscow.

In the same year, he was accused of participating in a conspiracy against the government; he was arrested and jailed. The feared head of the Cheka, Felix Dzerzhinsky, came in person to interrogate him, and he gave his interrogator a solid dressing down on the problems with Bolshevism.:

Novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in his book The Gulag Archipelago recounts the incident as follows:

“[Berdyaev] was arrested twice; he was taken in 1922 for a midnight interrogation with Dzerjinsky; Kamenev was also there…. But Berdyaev did not humiliate himself, he did not beg, he firmly professed the moral and religious principles by virtue of which he did not adhere to the party in power; and not only did they judge that there was no point in putting him on trial, but he was freed. Now there is a man who had a “point of view”!”

The Soviet authorities eventually expelled Berdyaev from Russia, in September 1922. He became one of a group of prominent writers, scholars and intellectuals who were sent into forced exile on the so-called “philosophers’ ships”. At first, Berdyaev and other émigrés went to Berlin, where he founded an academy of philosophy and religion, but economic and political conditions in the Weimar Republic caused him and his wife to move to Paris in 1923. He transferred his academy there, and taught, lectured and wrote, working for an exchange of ideas with the French and European intellectual community, and participated in a number of international conferences.

During the German occupation of France during World War II, Berdyaev continued to write books that were published after the war, some of them after his death. In the years that he spent in France, Berdyaev wrote 15 books, including most of his most important works.

The aftermath of the Russian Revolution and Civil War, along with Soviet interference, caused the Russian Orthodox emigre diaspora to splinter into three Russian Church jurisdictions: the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (in schism from Moscow Patriarchate until 2007); the parishes under Metropolitan Eulogius (Georgiyevsky) that went under the Constantinople Ecumenical Patriarchate; and parishes that remained under the Moscow Patriarchate. Berdyaev was among those that chose to remain under the omophor of the Moscow Patriarchate.

Currently, the house in Clamart in which Berdyaev lived, now comprises a small “Berdiaev-museum” and attached Chapel in name of the Holy Spirit, under the omophor of the Moscow Patriarchate. On 24 March 2018, the 70th anniversary of Berdyaev’s death, the priest of the Chapel served panikhida-memorial prayer at the Diocesan cathedral for eternal memory of Berdyaev, and later that day the Diocesan bishop Nestor (Sirotenko) presided over prayer at the grave of Berdyaev.

According to Marko Markovic, Berdyaev “was an ardent man, rebellious to all authority, an independent and “negative” spirit. He could assert himself only in negation and could not hear any assertion without immediately negating it, to such an extent that he would even be able to contradict himself and to attack people who shared his own prior opinions”. 

According to Marina Makienko, Anna Panamaryova, and Andrey Gurban, Berdyaev’s works are “emotional, controversial, bombastic, affective and dogmatic”. They summarise that, according to Berdyaev, “man unites two worlds – the world of the divine and the natural world. … Through the freedom and creativity the two natures must unite… To overcome the dualism of existence is possible only through creativity.

He died at his writing desk in his home in Clamart, near Paris, in 1948

Hunter S. Thompson Channeled by Karl Mollison 20June2021

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Hunter S. Thompson Channeled by Karl Mollison 20 June 2021

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunter_S._Thompson

Hunter S. Thompson July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005 was an American journalist and author, and the founder of the gonzo journalism movement. He first rose to prominence with the publication of Hell’s Angels (1967), a book for which he spent a year living and riding with the Hells Angels motorcycle club to write a first-hand account of the lives and experiences of its members.

In 1970, he wrote an unconventional magazine feature titled “The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved” for Scanlan’s Monthly, which both raised his profile and established him as a writer with counterculture credibility. It also set him on a path to establishing his own subgenre of New Journalism that he called “Gonzo”, which was essentially an ongoing experiment in which the writer becomes a central figure and even a participant in the events of the narrative.

Thompson remains best known for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1971), a book first serialized in Rolling Stone in which he grapples with the implications of what he considered the failure of the 1960s counterculture movement. It was adapted on film twice: loosely in Where the Buffalo Roam starring Bill Murray as Thompson in 1980, and directly in 1998 by director Terry Gilliam in a film starring Johnny Depp and Benicio del Toro. The Doonesbury cartoon character Uncle Duke – who was modeled after Thompson – pens an essay about “my shoplifting conviction” titled “Fear and Loathing at Macy’s Menswear”, a reference to Thompson’s book.

Politically minded, Thompson ran unsuccessfully for sheriff of Pitkin County, Colorado, in 1970 on the Freak Power ticket. His run for sheriff is chronicled in the documentary film Freak Power: The Ballot or the Bomb. He became well known for his dislike of Richard Nixon, who he claimed represented “that dark, venal, and incurably violent side of the American character”. He covered Nixon’s 1972 re-election campaign for Rolling Stone and later collected the stories in book form as Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72.

Thompson’s output notably declined from the mid-1970s, as he struggled with the consequences of fame, and he complained that he could no longer merely report on events, as he was too easily recognized. He was also known for his lifelong use of alcohol and illegal narcotics, his love of firearms, and his iconoclastic contempt for authoritarianism. He often remarked: “I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.”

Thompson died by suicide at the age of 67, following a series of health problems. In accordance with his wishes, his ashes were fired out of a cannon in a ceremony funded by his friend Johnny Depp and attended by friends including then-Senator John Kerry and Jack Nicholson. Hari Kunzru wrote, “the true voice of Thompson is revealed to be that of American moralist … one who often makes himself ugly to expose the ugliness he sees around him.”

Ted Gunderson Channeled by Karl Mollison 06June2021

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Ted Gunderson Channeled by Karl Mollison 06June2021

From https://peoplepill.com/people/ted-gunderson

Ted Gunderson November 7, 1928 – July 31, 2011 was an American Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent In Charge and head of the Los Angeles FBI. According to his son, he worked the case of Marilyn Monroe and the John F. Kennedy cases. He was the author of the best-selling book How to Locate Anyone Anywhere.


Ted Gunderson was born in Colorado Springs. He graduated from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 1950. Gunderson joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in December 1951 under J. Edgar Hoover. He served in the Mobile, Knoxville, New York City, and Albuquerque offices. He held posts as an Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge in New Haven and Philadelphia.

In 1973 he became the head of the Memphis FBI office and then the head of the Dallas FBI office in 1975. Ted Gunderson was appointed the head of the Los Angeles FBI in 1977. In 1979 he was one of a handful interviewed for the job of FBI director, which ultimately went to William H. Webster.


After retiring from the FBI, Gunderson set up a private investigation firm, Ted L. Gunderson and Associates, in Santa Monica. In 1980, he became a defense investigator for Green Beret doctor Jeffrey R. MacDonald, who had been convicted of the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two daughters. Gunderson obtained affidavits from Helena Stoeckley confessing to her involvement in the murders.

He also investigated a child molestation trial in Manhattan Beach, California. In a 1995 conference in Dallas, Gunderson warned about the supposed proliferation of secret Satanic groups, and the danger posed by the New World Order, an alleged shadow government that would be controlling the United States government.

He also claimed that a “slave auction” in which children were sold to men in turbans had been held in Las Vegas, that four thousand ritual human sacrifices are performed in New York City every year, and that the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was carried out by the US government.

Gunderson believed that in the United States there is a secret widespread network of groups who kidnap children and infants, and subject them to Satanic ritual abuse and subsequent human sacrifice.

Gunderson had an association with music producer and conspiracy theorist Anthony J. Hilder and was interviewed by him on various occasions. The two men appeared at numerous conferences together.

They both said that the 1993 World Trade Center bombing was a result of FBI agent provocateurs.

Gunderson was a member of the Constitution Party.

On July 31, 2011 Gunderson’s son reported that his father had died from cancer.

Often there are karmic causes for illness. Could karma be the cause of the cancer that claimed Ted Gunderson?

Kary Mullis Channeled by Karl Mollison 23May2021

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Kary Mullis Channeled by Karl Mollison 23May2021

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kary_Mullis and https://mynewsla.com/education/2019/08/08/nobel-winner-kary-banks-mullis-who-revolutionized-dna-research-dies-in-o-c/

Kary Mullis December 28, 1944 – August 7, 2019 was an American biochemist. In recognition of his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique, he shared the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Michael Smith and was awarded the Japan Prize in the same year. His invention became a central technique in biochemistry and molecular biology, described by The New York Times as “highly original and significant, virtually dividing biology into the two epochs of before PCR and after PCR.”

Mullis was working as a chemist for Cetus Corp. in Emeryville in 1983 when he developed the polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, which allows for amplification and replication of specific strands of DNA. The process revolutionized the fields of biochemistry and molecular biology.

When accepting the Nobel Prize, Mullis said he came up with the breakthrough while driving from Berkeley to Mendocino, where he had a cabin. While traveling along a dark road, he “solved the most annoying problems in DNA chemistry in a single lightning bolt,” Mullis said.

The discovery of PCR has been credited with transforming genetic and forensic research and diagnostic medicine.

Born in North Carolina, Mullis earned a chemistry degree at Georgia Tech in 1966 and a doctorate in biochemistry from UC Berkeley in 1972. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Kansas Medical School then spent two years doing postdoctoral work in pharmaceutical chemistry at UC San Francisco before joining Cetus Corp. as a DNA chemist in 1979.

After devising PCR, Mullis founded and served as an adviser for numerous biotech firms, and served as a consultant in nucleic acid chemistry for more than a dozen corporations. He lectured at colleges and corporations around the world and earned patents for various inventions, including a process for amplifying nucleic acids and a system for visualizing exposure to ultraviolet radiation.

He was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame in 1998.

He authored numerous scientific publications, along with a 1998 autobiographical work, “Dancing Naked in the Mind Field.”

What role in constraining science can the light being Kary Mullis attribute to extraterrestrial mind control?

John Dee Channeled by Karl Mollison 16May2021

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John Dee Channeled by Karl Mollison 16May2021

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dee & https://mathshistory.st-andrews.ac.uk/Biographies/Dee/

John Dee 13 July 1527 – 1608 or 1609 was an Anglo-Welsh mathematician, astronomer, astrologer, teacher, occultist, and alchemist. He was the court astronomer for, and advisor to, Elizabeth I, and spent much of his time on alchemy, divination and Hermetic philosophy. As an antiquarian, he had one of the largest libraries in England at the time. As a political advisor, he advocated for the founding of English colonies in the New World to form a “British Empire”, a term he is credited with coining.

Edward Kelley entered Dee’s life in March of 1582. He was a medium who claimed to be able to contact angels and spirits and he did so by gazing into a crystal ball. Although this was not the first time Dee had been involved in such practices, at first he was still highly suspicious that Kelley’s visions were real. Two things convinced him, however: Kelley was highly skilled in his art, and secondly Dee so longed to understand the ultimate truth about the universe which he had failed to find by other means. The lack of reaction of others to his scientific work was also a factor, as was the fact that he had been accused of magic so often in his life. Dee became more and more deeply involved in conversing with angels and spirits through Kelley and, sadly, it dominated the latter part of his life.

This took place over a period of about five years. Several of the references give details of these conversations which Dee recorded in a diary. We note that in his diaries Dee refers to himself as Δ, a clever pun on the fact that is the Greek character for the letter “dee” and also a magical symbol.

Dee made a proposal to Queen Elizabeth for calendar reform in February 1583. He proposed the removal of eleven days to bring the calendar into line with the astronomical year. It was, of course, exactly the right course of action and Dee’s proposal gained support from several of Elizabeth’s advisors. However, the Archbishop of Canterbury opposed the scheme, partly because he was engaged in a longstanding argument with Elizabeth, partly because he considered such a scheme to be close to what the Catholic Church had adopted in the previous year. Dee’s scheme was, however, a better one than that adopted across Europe after the proclamation by Pope Gregory XIII. The Gregorian calendar was based on the date of the Council of Nicaea in 325, while Dee proposed a calendar with an astronomical base rather than a political one as he clearly pointed out. The failure of Dee’s calendar reform proposal would mean that England retained a calendar at odds with that in the rest of Europe until 1752.

Dee eventually left Elizabeth’s service and went on a quest for additional knowledge in the deeper realms of the occult and supernatural. He aligned himself with several individuals who may have been charlatans, travelled through Europe and was accused of spying for the English crown.

Dee was an intense Christian, but his religiosity was influenced by Hermetic and Platonic-Pythagorean doctrines pervasive in the Renaissance. He believed that numbers were the basis of all things and key to knowledge. From Hermeticism he drew a belief that man had the potential for divine power that could be exercised through mathematics. His goal was to help bring forth a unified world religion through the healing of the breach of the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches and the recapture of the pure theology of the ancients.

Upon his return to England, he found his home and library vandalised. He eventually returned to the Queen’s service, but was turned away when she was succeeded by James I.

He died in poverty in London and his gravesite is unknown.

John Dee explored many avenues to find a path to enlightenment. Was he successful?

Sabbatai Zevi Channeled by Karl Mollison 02May2021

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Sabbatai Zevi Channeled by Karl Mollison 02May2021

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

Sabbatai Zevi August 1, 1626 September 17, 1676) also spelled Shabbetai Ẓevi, Shabbeṯāy Ṣeḇī, Shabsai Tzvi, and Sabetay Sevi in Turkish, was a Sephardic ordained rabbi from Smyrna (now İzmir, Turkey). 

A kabbalist of Romaniote origin, Zevi, who was active throughout the Ottoman Empire, claimed to be the long-awaited Jewish Messiah.

He was the founder of the Sabbatean movement, whose followers subsequently were to be known as Dönmeh “converts” or crypto-Jews.

In February 1666, upon arriving in Constantinople, Sabbatai was imprisoned on the order of the grand vizier Köprülüzade Fazıl Ahmed Pasha; in September of that same year, after being moved from different prisons around the capital to Adrianople (the imperial court’s seat) for judgment on accusations of fomenting sedition, Sabbatai was given by the Grand Vizier, in the name of the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Mehmed IV, the choice of either facing death by some type of ordeal, or of converting to Islam. Sabbatai seems to have chosen the latter by donning from then on a turban.

He was then also rewarded by the heads of the Ottoman state with a generous pension for his compliance with their political and religious plans.

Some of his followers also converted to Islam—about 300 families who were known as Dönmeh, “converts”. 

Subsequently, he was banished twice by the Ottomans, first to Constantinople, and, when he was discovered singing Psalms with the Jews, to a small town known today as Ulcinj in present‑day Montenegro.

He later died in isolation.

Much of the research for the questions used for this channeling came from the book by Robert Sepher 1666 Redemption Through Sin and a video called Sabbataï Tsevi from Lundi Matin on YouTube https://youtu.be/LHACcgPyaIM

Does the light being Sabbatai Zevi see now that religious truths are distorted to advance the dark extraterrestrial agenda?

Wu Zetian Channeled by Karl Mollison 25Apr2021

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Wu Zetian Channeled by Karl Mollison 25Apr2021

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

Wu Zetian 17 February 624 – 16 December 705 alternatively Wu Hou, and during the later Tang dynasty as Tian Hou, was the de facto ruler of China, first through her husband the Emperor Gaozong (唐高宗) and then through her sons the Emperors Zhongzong (唐中宗) and Ruizong (唐睿宗), from 665 to 690. She subsequently became empress regnant of the Zhou dynasty (周) of China, ruling from 690 to 705.  She is notable for being the only female monarch in the history of China.

Wu was the concubine of Emperor Taizong (唐太宗). After his death, she married his successor—his ninth son, Emperor Gaozong, officially becoming Gaozong’s huanghou (皇后), empress consort, title for the reigning emperor’s main consort) in 655, although having considerable political power prior to this.

After Gaozong’s debilitating stroke in 660, Wu Zetian became administrator of the court, a position equal to the emperor’s until 705.

After re-entering the Emperor Gaozong’s harem, she clashed with Empress Wang and Consort Xiao to gain the emperor’s affection, and eventually expelled and killed them in a series of her skillful sedition.

After her wedding to Emperor Gaozong in 655, Empress Wu’s rise to power was swift. A strong, politician, charismatic, cunning, vengeful, ambitious and well-educated woman who enjoyed the absolute interest of her husband, Empress Wu was the most powerful and influential woman at court during a period when the Tang Empire was at the peak of its glory. She was more decisive and proactive than her husband, and she is considered by historians to have been the real power behind the throne for more than eighteen years and she supervised the court on a daily basis.

She was often present when the Emperor held court, and even held court independently when the Emperor was unwell. She was given charge of his Imperial Seal, implying that her perusal and consent were necessary before any document or order received legal validity. The Emperor Gaozong sought her views on all matters before issuing orders.

Empress Wu was granted certain honors and privileges which were not enjoyed by any Chinese empresses before or after. After Gaozong’s death, Empress Wu as Empress dowager and regent conquered power independently and uniquely, and seven years later, she seized the throne in the Zhou dynasty, becoming the only empress regnant in Chinese history.

The importance to history of Wu Zetian’s period of political and military leadership includes the major expansion of the Chinese empire, extending it far beyond its previous territorial limits, deep into Central Asia, and engaging in a series of wars on the Korean Peninsula, first allying with Silla against Goguryeo, and then against Silla over the occupation of former Goguryeo territory. Within China, besides the more direct consequences of her struggle to gain and maintain supreme power, Wu’s leadership resulted in important effects regarding social class in Chinese society and in relation to state support for Taoism, Buddhism, education, and literature. Wu Zetian also had a monumental impact upon the statuary of the Longmen Grottoes and the “Wordless Stele” at the Qianling Mausoleum, as well as the construction of some major buildings and bronze castings that no longer survive.

Besides her career as a political leader, Wu Zetian also had an active family life. Although family relationships sometimes became problematic, Wu Zetian was the mother of four sons, three of whom also carried the title of emperor, although one held that title only as a posthumous honor. One of her grandsons became the renowned Emperor Xuanzong of Tang.

Was it divine wisdom that guided Wu Zetian through her many years in authority, or was it something else?

J. Robert Oppenheimer Channeled by Karl Mollison 18Apr2021

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Robert Oppenheimer Channeled by Karl Mollison 18Apr2021

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Robert_Oppenheimer

Robert Oppenheimer April 22, 1904 – February 18, 1967

He was an American theoretical physicist and professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley.

Oppenheimer was the wartime head of the Los Alamos Laboratory and is among those who are credited with being the “father of the atomic bomb” for their role in the Manhattan Project, the World War II undertaking that developed the first nuclear weapons.

The first atomic bomb was successfully detonated on July 16, 1945, in the Trinity test in New Mexico. Oppenheimer later remarked that it brought to mind words from the Bhagavad Gita: “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” 

In August 1945, the weapons were used in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

After the war ended, Oppenheimer became chairman of the influential General Advisory Committee of the newly created United States Atomic Energy Commission. He used that position to lobby for international control of nuclear power to avert nuclear proliferation and a nuclear arms race with the Soviet Union.

He opposed the development of the hydrogen bomb during a 1949–50 governmental debate on the question and subsequently took stances on defense-related issues that provoked the ire of some factions in the U.S. government and military.

During the Second Red Scare, those stances, together with past associations Oppenheimer had with people and organizations affiliated with the Communist Party, led to him suffering the revocation of his security clearance in a much-written-about hearing in 1954. Effectively stripped of his direct political influence, he continued to lecture, write and work in physics. Nine years later, President John F. Kennedy awarded (and Lyndon B. Johnson presented) him with the Enrico Fermi Award as a gesture of political rehabilitation.

Oppenheimer’s achievements in physics included the Born–Oppenheimer approximation for molecular wave functions, work on the theory of electrons and positrons, the Oppenheimer–Phillips process in nuclear fusion, and the first prediction of quantum tunneling. With his students he also made important contributions to the modern theory of neutron stars and black holes, as well as to quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, and the interactions of cosmic rays. As a teacher and promoter of science, he is remembered as a founding father of the American school of theoretical physics that gained world prominence in the 1930s. After World War II, he became director of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey.

Oppenheimer was a chain smoker who was diagnosed with throat cancer in late 1965. After inconclusive surgery, he underwent unsuccessful radiation treatment and chemotherapy late in 1966. He fell into a coma on February 15, 1967, and died at his home in Princeton, New Jersey, on February 18, aged 62. A memorial service was held a week later at Alexander Hall on the campus of Princeton University. The service was attended by 600 of his scientific, political and military associates that included Bethe, Groves, Kennan, Lilienthal, Rabi, Smyth and Wigner.

His brother Frank and the rest of his family were also there, as was the historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., the novelist John O’Hara, and George Balanchine, the director of the New York City Ballet. Bethe, Kennan and Smyth gave brief eulogies. 

Oppenheimer’s body was cremated and his ashes were placed into an urn. His wife Kitty took the ashes to St. John (U.S. Virgin Islands) and dropped the urn into the sea, within sight of the beach house.

In October 1972, Kitty died at age 62 from an intestinal infection that was complicated by a pulmonary embolism.

Oppenheimer’s ranch in New Mexico was then inherited by their son Peter, and the beach property was inherited by their daughter Katherine “Toni” Oppenheimer Silber. Toni was refused security clearance for her chosen vocation as a United Nations translator after the FBI brought up the old charges against her father. In January 1977 (three months after the end of her second marriage), she committed suicide at age 32; her ex-husband found her hanging from a beam in her family beach house. She left the property to “the people of St. John for a public park and recreation area”. 

The original house was built too close to the coast and succumbed to a hurricane. Today the Virgin Islands Government maintains a Community Center in the area.

Could Oppenheimer’s work be public point of the spear for the longstanding Secret Space Program?