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(@natalie)
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03/08/2018 11:51 am  

With the recent poisoning of Mr. Skripal and his daughter, and the ongoing Russian investigation I really begin to wonder what the future for Russia is. Putin is running for re election, I wonder why he bothers staging these things anymore. Russian state television has now warned people of the consequences of dissent and it appears that the Russian state is involved in massive intervention in other countries elections (not just the U.S.) and in many ways is trying to undermine and disrupt the very societies that we in the west are used to. They finance Marine Le Pen in France, they tampered with American elections, I believe they may have financed some of the people involved in the pro Brexit campaign, I honestly lose track of all of it. I have long viewed the Russian government as basically a mafia state, it's not a country so much as an organized crime syndicate. But I also know that most Russians fully support Putin and see criticism of him and his regime as anti Russia western propaganda, it's a mind control cult far worse than what the Trumpers are capable of, and it breaks my heart, I can't describe how much. So what's the future for then. I believe the level of evil coming out of the Kremlin is such that we may have never seen before. The Nazi's had an ideology, the Russian elite doesn't, it's nothing but power and money for them at any cost, that I believe is more dangerous because there are no limits to what they will do. Russian history gives many clues to this, the cold calculating character traits that we see when we study it, it's hard to describe an absolute amorality, but that is a character trait I see in Russia. And those that are not amoral are complicit in their very helplessness, they're inability to self criticize, in short I think it's cultural Stockholm syndrome.  But so what's the future? Millions of people are held hostage by this mafia state and their own internalized mind control. Can someone weigh in? I think that Russia is getting closer to biting off more than it can chew, the rest of the world will eventually stop them from continuing to interfere in their affairs in clandestine ways, but I can't be sure. I feel I am ranting again, but I really want to understand. Any input is greatly appreciated.

With love.

 

Thanks

 

Natalia


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03/08/2018 7:19 pm  

So this is probably crazy but...

So when we did Zoron's RV task of figuring out Washington DC 2030 to 2040, I'm still trying to dissect information from there, it's so staggering and fascinating... I feel Russians are such hardy folks, they are not going anywhere -- ever. If you want to interpret a nations gist I feel that Russians are suffering a debilitating collective depression since a very long time (see Russia's history) and this depression will continue for more decades to come. But I see Russians also having the tender resilience of snowdrops! Patiently waiting, crouching, shutting down under a cold blanket of frost and winter, waiting for spring. To reemerge. Russians are incredibly hardy and resilient. Their spirit will be carried forward.

Putin's fate is hard to read, I give him 5 years in power/ influencing vital national decisions and I feel they are going to be brutal. This Oligarch nonsense is going to fizzle out over the next 15 years. Some of the rich Oligarch's will remain of course, but I feel, if Karma hasn't hit them, that they will be too cowardly to remain living in Russia. So in the future, it seems like Russia will be leaderless, as true leadership has been undermined for decades and Oligarchs will be jumping the ship like rats. Russia like an unintentional anarchy, however, with people being kinda practical about it? Then eventually there will be a new spark of intense sensual, creative energy reigniting...


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 Dina
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03/09/2018 6:19 am  

Dear Natalie,

Its very sad, that a country with all its natural resources, rich history and culture is so divided by wealth. The problem are oligarchs who live in unimaginable luxury and wealth ( that was stolen from people when soviet union fell apart) are pulling all the strings. The meddling in foreign politics is not exclusive to Russia. US has been toppling governments all over the place. I do think Russians have a role in Brexit and ofcourse they wanted right wing in France. They want west divided.The media propaganda is why people like Putin so much. They keep showing how horrible things are everywhere else (for example on RT) and he is like the saint who keeps them safe from all the foreign threat. Its very sad especially for the young generation, who would love to live differently. And saying that the nation needs a strong leader doesnt mean he needs to be a dictator. Unfortunately I have no ability to see the future but I hope change happens gently without suffering as I have deep love for Russian culture, language and people.


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04/24/2018 1:06 pm  

In distant future Russia will see a spiritual revival. After that Russia's time will come. 


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(@natalie)
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04/24/2018 2:24 pm  

Thanks Asian - any more details you can share? Sorry for the request I just feel very emotional about Russia and the state of the people today.


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04/24/2018 3:21 pm  

I didn't get a full picture of the future. It was somewhat scattered. I will add some previous visions with it.

I see next six years up to 2024 being a transformation phase in collective Russian psyche. 2025 looks like a 'revolutionary' year in Russia(I have no idea). As EU becomes weaker Eastern Europe(Ukraine and Baltic actually) will look towards Russia. I see Eastern Europe becoming a economic hub and increasing trade between two areas in late twenties. I get that things will go back to to their natural way and will happen gradually. Spiritual revival is still many years away. I will try to expand it later. 

In India Russia enjoys goodwill of people going back to soviet era. People still remember USSR sending naval task force during 71 war to help us when US send USS Enterprise. I wish them all the good luck. 


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01/23/2019 11:30 pm  

While meditating I saw the northern lights over the Kremlin turn from normal northern lights to bright white light from the horizon up until it almost looked like the sunrise. Then it faded to night again, and the northern lights were gone, along with all the city lights. There was a reddish glow on the horizon. I'm not sure whether the glow was a natural event or manmade. I think Moscow relies heavily on nuclear power now, and I'm wondering if this is a nuclear accident of some sort.


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02/18/2019 6:08 am  

Hello new here, the site is a little akward on the screen!

I really like what you are doing and a agree with everything, Putin a deceiver. I do wonder however what are your thought what would Russia be without Putin would it still be the same? We are all connected, stay on the path of the light and you will be rewarded.


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02/18/2019 10:30 am  

Hi Sebastian, welcome!  As administrator, I want to know what is awkward on the screen about the site.  You can reply in an email to me via the contact form or here if you prefer. Constructive feedback is always helpful. 


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02/18/2019 10:52 am  

Its ok on mobile but on a screen monitor it like 1/3 of the text forum is on the center screen and its hard to read like that also hi!


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02/18/2019 2:18 pm  

Welcome Sebasjan!

I both read and write here on a mobile phone so I know exactly what you mean.

Everything is harder on mobile for me too! I just keep on doing it because it's all I have to use right now.

Someday, maybe they'll get a decent wifi signal where Iive here in the U.S. and I will get either a laptopp or a desktop desktop computer again, but for months and months it's all been my phone for everything I do online.

We are are always concerned about other countries, such as this pages topic of Russia but everything that happens to one country affects others all others in one way or another.

And whatever happens to one person or how they feel here on this site is important to all of us because most things happen to someone here too!

Keep on posting and sharing!

We love to hear from new people so thank you so very much for joining in !

 

 

Love, light, and healing prayers,
💜 MIchele


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