What Is Communism

"Bringing communism to Poland is like
trying to saddle a cow."—Joseph Stalin

"Support those who bear the Light. Support Solzhenitsyn so long
as he welcomes your support. Support every defender of Truth
who is not ready to put you down because you are not a part
of his particular religion or political persuasion."—Igor, April 2, 1983

"Communism is a religion of this world."—Carl Jung
"How do you tell a Communist? Well, it's someone who reads Marx and Lenin.
And how do you tell an anti-Communist?
It's someone who understands Marx and Lenin."—Ronald Reagan

“ . . . real, nationwide terror reinvigorates the country, through which
the Great French Revolution achieved glory.”
—Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Collected Works

"You have two choices," Genghis Khan said at the gates of Samarkand.
"You can submit to me . . . [I will only take your wealth and rape
your wives and daughters] . . . or I will kill you all."

“First we will take Eastern Europe, then the masses of Asia.
Then we will encircle the United States of America, which will be
the last bastion of capitalism. We will not have to attack it;
it will fall like an overripe fruit into our hands.”—Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Dostoevsky said, "In deceitful times, speaking the truth
is a revolutionary act."

"Keepers of the Flame worldwide . . . you must understand that the only way
left to us to defeat World Communism is from the Within, by the power
of the Kuan Yin secret rays from the heart of Cosmos and the Buddha,
by the power of Light and the dynamic decree . . . "—El Morya

"State control is fundamentally bad because it denies people
the power to choose and the opportunity to bear responsibility
for their own actions. Conversely, privatization shrinks the power
of the state and free enterprise enlarges the power of the people."
—Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

Nikita Khrushchev said of Roosevelt's "New Deal" paradigm shift,
"We can't expect the American people to jump from Capitalism to Communism,
but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of Socialism,
until they awaken one day to find that they have Communism."

"The difference between a welfare state and a totalitarian state
is a matter of time."—Ayn Rand

Hegelian tactics: "Crises are created and then managed on both sides
in order to produce a result unattainable without scare tactics."

"Those who want to go directly to hell, they can follow capitalism.
And those of us who want to build heaven here on earth,
we will follow socialism."—Venezuela's "president" Hugo Chavez
"Communism was a hoax perpetrated by financiers 'to control
the common man' and to advance world tyranny. The Communist Party
operates by infiltrating and subverting social institutions like the churches,
schools, mass media and government. Its aim was 'to create new types
of human beings who would conform to the blueprint of the world
they confidently expected to control.'"Henry Makow

"They make you dig the trench, they make you get in
—and then—they bury you."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"The clock of communism has stopped striking. But its concrete building
has not yet come crashing down. For that reason, instead of freeing ourselves,
we must try to save ourselves from being crushed by its rubble."
—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"People wanted a democratic Russia overnight, without a period of transition,
of learning and of growing accustomed to it. An automobile cannot come down
from a high mountain by driving off a cliff—it needs to take the long series
of switchbacks."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"Gradually it was disclosed to me that the line separating good and evil
passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties
either—but right through every human heart."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"Such is the debt of free spirits to [Alexandr] Solzhenitsyn that we owe it to him
at least to consider anything he asks us to consider."—William F. Buckley

"Not everything has a name. Some things lead us into a realm beyond words."
—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"The battleline between good and evil runs through the heart of every man."
—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"If decade after decade the truth cannot be told, each person's mind
begins to roam irretrievably. One's fellow countrymen become harder
to understand than Martians."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"Remember, there is such a thing as good and evil."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

" . . . You have seen the receding of World Communism. Blessed ones, the trees of World Communism have been topped. But the trunk of the tree and the root of the tree has not changed, has not lost its vitality. Therefore beware, for your representatives in the West desire to believe all lies of the Liar and even to accept all murderings of the Murderer.

"Be it known, then, that though the outer colorations may change, the beast of World Communism is far from dead in the earth. It is a mentality. It is a vibration and a state of consciousness that has been long on the earth, far antedating its present manifestation in this century. Thus, though Lenin unfurled it and though Stalin intensified it, yet there are those, many in embodiment today, who at heart still maintain that focus of World Communism."


" . . . So let there be the judgment of the core of evil in all those who allow themselves to usurp the mandate of the people, whether appointed officials or those elected who assume powers they do not have for they are not God-ordained."

Gautama Buddha
July 3, 1993

" . . . This nation America was dedicated by the Great White Brotherhood to bring peace and freedom, the Christ consciousness and the golden age to the world. And the Soviet Union was dedicated by the Black Brotherhood to be the force to prevent that from happening and to put down world peace."
Jesus Christ

"There is only one way to tackle the beast and that is to dissect it. There is only one way to tackle the dragon that gives power to the beast and that is to analyze, dissect, and take it quarter by quarter, section by section. Thus, in the fashion of the expert butcher who knows the parts of the animal and the meat he will cut, you will also become experts in the parts of this dragon and in the parts of the beasts to which the dragon does give its power."

Kuan Yin

"We therefore dedicate this quarter of Summit University [and all future quarters until the complete Victory is won] to an intense pursuit of a prayer vigil for and on behalf of the Communist nations, for and on behalf of the people of light within those nations, to the end of the breaking of the yoke of Communism, totalitarian governments and economies, and the liberation of all peoples. We desire the research to take place among yourselves concerning the facts and figures, nation by nation, beginning with Red China and the Soviet Union.

"Beloved hearts, this vigil does begin this day and hour for the protection of the government and the representatives of the United States against the inroads of the strategies of darkness of these fallen ones who come with their begging bowls for light and who ought—instead of receiving the combined technology and wealth of the West earned at inner levels by chelaship—to receive the call of the judgment as you have given it and not be filled with the light which they have already stolen by the very blood of the lightbearers and which is not theirs by self-mastery or commitment to the Word.

"These vicious forces have continued in an unmitigated manner to move against the Light and the 'Light-bearers.' There is no change in the deadly intent. There is no change in the determination to destroy everything worldwide that impedes the onward movement of World Communism.

"Therefore, this quarter itself will become a perpetual prayer vigil for the binding of these forces, and you shall become experts in wielding the flame of freedom and forgiveness. And if you will, by my chelaship you may enter the heart of Kuan Yin and find yourself forevermore a part of her flame, her presence, and her mantle—as another flower of mercy added to the immensity of her heart chakra in the name of the Buddha.

"Thus, we draw you in by assimilation, and we call you to take up the burden of the Guru. For this is always the assignment of the chela. When you arrive at the gate of the Guru’s house to apprentice yourself to the Master, you will take up the burden of his labor, his farm, his household, his duties, his life-style."

El Morya

" . . . Yes, my beloved, I authorize you to challenge them (oppressors of the little children East and West) one by one as the Mother has taught you, naming them by name. Challenge them by the action of the ruby ray in the order of the descent of its hierarchy from the Great White Throne* to the littlest angel and know that I AM there within you, within your word, and that I AM the Word and that 'My Word shall not return unto Me void but it shall accomplish that which I please,' and it shall prosper in word within you this week, for We are determined that the hirelings shall be bound —those in church and state who see the wolf of the international capitalist/communist conspiracy and leave the sheep and flee. Let the great drama of the Faithful and True be outplayed!"

* seat of Sanat Kumara on high

Sanat Kumara

" . . . And you will see how history will reveal, when you look back upon this day and date, how the light of the golden age and the light of Zadkiel’s retreat did begin to pulsate for the very consuming of the cause and core of Soviet interference in the Caribbean, in Central and South America. It is Nephilim interference East and West. It is surely, surely as I stand, the Capitalist/Communist Conspiracy. And surely there are fallen ones within this nation who have established themselves as the magnet to attract these fallen ones. Therefore I say, by the magnet of Saint Germain and Portia let that counterfeit magnet be broken!"
Saint Germain
M arch 15,1981

What sort of a system is a communist system?

The system was installed by armed uprising.

It dispersed the Constituent Assembly.

It capitulated to Germany—the common enemy.

It introduced execution without trial.

It crushed workers’ strikes.

It plundered the villagers to such an unbelievable extent that the peasants revolted, and when this happened it crushed the peasants in the bloodiest possible way.

It shattered the Church.

It reduced twenty provinces of Russia to a condition of famine . . .

A system that, in the twentieth century, was the first to introduce the use of hostages, that is to say, not to seize the person whom they were seeking, but rather a member of his family or someone at random, and shoot that person.

This system of hostages and persecution of the family exists to this day. It is still the most powerful weapon of persecution, because the bravest person, who is not afraid for himself, still shivers at the threat to his family.

It is a system which was the first—long before Hitler—to employ false registration, that is, to say: “Such and such people have to come in to register.” People would comply and then they were taken away to be annihilated.

Russia didn’t have gas chambers in those days. They used barges. A hundred or a thousand persons were put into a barge and then it was sunk.

It was a system which deceived the workers in all of its decrees—the decree on land, the decree on peace, the decree on factories, the decree on freedom of the press.

It was a system which exterminated all additional parties, and let me make it clear to you that it not only disbanded the party itself, but destroyed its members. All members of every other party were exterminated. It was a system which carried out genocide of the peasantry; 15 million peasants were sent off to extermination.

It was a system which introduced serfdom, the so-called “passport system.”
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It was a system which, in time of peace, artificially created a famine, causing 6 million persons to die in the Ukraine in 1932 and 1933. They died on the very edge of Europe. And Europe didn’t even notice it. The world didn’t even notice it—6 million persons!

If any of you should run into someone who compares Communism to other authoritarian regimes in other parts of history that have been supposedly “just as bad,” here’s the evidence.

It is documented that in Russia during the eighty years prior to the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, during which time there was sedition, assassination attempts and the actual assassination of a tsar (when the country was in a state of turmoil due to political, social, and economic changes), an average of seventeen persons per year were executed. During the Spanish Inquisition at the height of its terror, perhaps ten persons per month were executed.

Immediately following the Bolshevik Revolution, the Cheka, which was the predecessor to the modern KGB, was murdering a thousand a month without trial. Stalin, not to be outdone, killed forty thousand per month, not counting the artificial famines. Forty thousand per month executed without trial or hope!

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, June 30, 1975, “America:
You Must Think about the World,” The Voice of Freedom

"Communism has never concealed the fact that it rejects all absolute concepts of morality. It scoffs at any consideration of 'good' and 'evil' as indisputable categories. Communism considers morality to be relative, to be a class matter. Depending upon circumstances and the political situation, any act, including murder, even the killing of thousands, could be good or could be bad.

"It all depends upon class ideology. And who defines class ideology? The whole class cannot get together to pass judgment. A handful of people determine what is good and what is bad. But I must say that in this very respect Communism has been most successful. It has infected the whole world with the belief in the relativity of good and evil. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Many people besides the Communists are carried away by this idea today. Among enlightened people it is considered rather awkward to use seriously such words as 'good' and 'evil.' Communism has managed to instill in all of us that these concepts are old-fashioned concepts and laughable. But if we are to be deprived of the concepts of good and evil, what will be left? Nothing but the manipulation of one another. We will decline to the status of animals.

" . . . Whoever says 'anti-Communism' is saying, in effect, anti-anti-humanity. A poor construction. So we should say: that which is against Communism is for humanity. Not to accept, to reject this inhuman Communist ideology is simply to be a human being. It isn’t being a member of a party. It’s a protest of our souls against those who tell us to forget the concepts of good and evil."

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, July 9, 1975, “Communism: A Legacy of Terror,” The Voice of Freedom (Washington, D.C.: American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, n.d.)

" . . . We have placed too much hope in political and social reforms, only to find out that we were being deprived of our most precious possession: our spiritual life. In the East it is destroyed by the dealings and machinations of the ruling party. In the West, commercial interests suffocate it. This is the real crisis. The split in the world is less terrible than the similarity of the disease plaguing its main sections.

" . . . A decline in courage may be the most striking feature that an outside observer notices in the West today. The Western world has lost its civic courage both as a whole and separately, in each country, in each government, in each political party, and of course in the United Nations. Such a decline of courage is particularly noticeable among the ruling and intellectual elites, causing an impression of a loss of courage by the entire society. There are many courageous individuals, but they have no determining influence on public life."

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, June 8, 1978
"A World Split Apart" speech at Harvard University

"To begin with, there is the careless and inaccurate use of the words 'Russia' and 'Russian' in place of 'U.S.S.R.' and 'Soviet.' (There is even a persistent emotional bias against the former: 'Russian tanks have entered Prague,' 'Russian imperialism,' 'Never trust the Russians,' as against 'Soviet achievements in space' and 'the triumphs of the Soviet ballet.')

"Yet it ought to be clear that these concepts are not only opposites, but are inimical. 'Russia' is to the Soviet Union as a man is to the disease afflicting him. We do not, after all, confuse a man with his illness; we do not refer to him by the name of that illness or curse him for it.

"After 1917, the state as a functioning whole—the country with its government, policies, and armed forces—can no longer be referred to as Russia. It is inappropriate to apply the word 'Russian' to the present authorities in the U.S.S.R., to its army, or to its future military successes and regimes of occupation throughout the world, even though the official language in each case might be Russian. (This is equally true of both China and Vietnam, only in their case no equivalent of the word 'Soviet' is available.)

"A certain American diplomat recently exclaimed: 'Let Brezhnev’s Russian heart be run by an American pacemaker!' Quite wrong! He should have said 'Soviet heart.' Nationality is determined not by one’s origins alone, but also by the direction of one’s loyalties and affections. A Brezhnev who has connived at the ruin of his own people in the interests of foreign adventures has no Russian heart.

"All that his ilk have done—to destroy the national way of life and to pollute nature, to desecrate national shrines and monuments, and to keep the people in hunger and poverty for the last sixty years—shows that the Communist leaders are alien to the people and indifferent to their suffering.

"(This is equally true of the ferocious Khmer Rouge, the Polish functionary who may have been reared by a Catholic mother, the young Communist activist, taskmaster over a group of starving coolies, or the stolid Georges Marchais with his Kremlin-like exterior; each has turned his back on his own nationality and has embraced inhumanity.)

"For present-day purposes the word 'Russia' can serve only to designate an oppressed people which is denied the possibility of acting as one entity, or to denote its suppressed national consciousness, religion, and culture. Or else it can point to a future nation liberated from Communism.

"There was no such confusion in the 1920s when progressive Western opinion exulted over Bolshevism: the object of its enthusiasm was then named 'Soviet' outright. During the tragic years of the Second World War, the concepts 'Russian' and 'Soviet' seem to have merged in the eyes of the world (a cruel error, which is discussed below).

"And with the coming of the cold war, the animosities generated were then directed principally toward the word 'Russian.' The effects are being felt to this day; in fact, new and bitter accusations have in recent years been leveled against all things 'Russian.'

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Mortal Danger:
How Misconceptions about Russia Imperil America
New York: Harper & Row, 1980

"it was not until Lenin that totalitarianism was ever actually implemented . . . the 'bad' Russia of old never loomed ominously over Europe . . . Communism is everywhere inimical to the national welfare, invariably striving to destroy the national organism in which it is developing, before moving on to destroy adjacent organisms."
Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Mortal Danger:
How Misconceptions about Russia Imperil America
New York: Harper & Row, 1980

" . . . the postwar period from 1945 to 1975 can be viewed as a world war which 'the free world has irremediably lost,' with some 24 countries abandoned to Communism.

"It began not with a thundering declaration of war, not with attacks by thousands of airplanes, but invisibly, stealthily boring into the flabby body of the world . . .

"The Third World War attacks the West at its most vulnerable point; the side of human nature willing to make any concession for the sake of material well-being."

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, La Monde, 31 May 1975:
“The Third World War Has Ended,”
National Review, 20 June 1975, p. 652.

"In Stalin’s dekulakization campaign of the 1930s alone, 10 to 15 million Russian peasants died, according to figures reported by Conquest and Solzhenitsyn. Stalin’s object was to break the resistance of an entire class of people and in 1930 he began a campaign to liquidate those he called kulaks but who were in reality the cream of rural Russia. After the peasants started resisting Stalin’s forced collectivization, he began calling anyone who was a better peasant than his fellows a kulak.

"In Russian, says Solzhenitsyn, 'a kulak is a miserly, dishonest rural trader who grows rich not by his own labor but through someone else’s, through usury and operating as a middleman.' Stalin’s 'kulaks,' says Solzhenitsyn, included 'all peasants strong in management, strong in work, or even strong merely in convictions.' If someone had two stories on his house in a village of one-story houses, he was a kulak. If he was a miller or a blacksmith or a veterinarian, he was a kulak.

"There were quotas to meet and the most intelligent and prosperous were rounded up. Sometimes entire villages of hard-working peasants were taken away, even though no one could say
precisely who they had been exploiting. The government recruited 'activists,' usually drunkards and ne’er-do-wells, to help identify the kulaks. If a person offended one of the 'activists,' they took revenge by labeling him a kulak or a podkulachnik, a 'person aiding the kulaks.'

"What was the fate of these 'enemies of the people?' They were evicted from their land, their property was confiscated and they were herded into carts or sleds or boxcars and taken off to remote northern wastes to die of cold and starvation. Solzhenitsyn tells of one incident in which 10,000 families, or 60 to 70 thousand people, were killed. First they were driven in winter along the ice of the Tom, Ob and Vasyugan rivers.

"In the upper reaches of the Vasyugan and the Tara they were marooned on patches of firm ground in the marshes. No food or tools were left for them. The roads were impassable, and there was no way through to the world outside, except for two brushwood paths . . . Machine-gunners manned barriers on both paths and let no one through from the death camp. They started dying like flies. Desperate people came out to the barriers begging to be let through, and were shot on the spot. The government sent food barges but since they could not pass the ice, the food was delayed. Every one of the 70,000 died at the hands of the state whose rallying cry is 'Workingmen of all countries, unite!'

"Whatever the final tally of Soviet citizens murdered by devils incarnate, these millions of Russian citizens who died in 'peacetime' unmourned and unsung remain a testament to the Communist war waged throughout this century against the Lightbearers of the world and to the abdication of America’s destiny.

"Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me."

Elizabeth C. Prophet

"We are slaves there from birth. We are born slaves. I’m not young anymore, and I myself was born a slave; this is even more true for those who are younger. We are slaves, but we are striving for freedom. You, however, were born free. If so, then why do you help our slave owners?

"In my last address I only requested one thing and I make the same request now: when they bury us in the ground alive— . . . as you know, this is a very unpleasant sensation: your mouth gets filled with earth while you’re still alive—please, do not send them shovels. Please do not send them the most modern earth-moving equipment. [highlighted by webmaster]

"By a peculiar coincidence the very day when I was giving my address in Washington, Mikhail Suslov was talking with your senators in the Kremlin. And he said, 'In fact, the significance of our trade is more political than economic. We can get along without your trade.'

"That’s a lie. The whole existence of our slave owners from beginning to end relies on Western economic assistance. As I said the last time, beginning with the first spare parts used to reconstruct our factories in the 1920s, from the construction in Magnitostroy, Dneprostroy, the automobile and tractor factories built during the first five-year plans, on into the postwar years and to this day, what they need from you, is economically absolutely indispensable—not politically, but economically indispensable—to the Soviet system.

"The Soviet economy has an extremely low level of efficiency. What is done here by a few people, by a few machines, in our country takes tremendous crowds of workers and enormous masses of materials. Therefore the Soviet economy cannot deal with every problem at once: war, space (which is part of the war effort), heavy industry, light industry, and at the same time the necessity to feed and clothe its own population.

"The forces of the entire Soviet economy concentrated on war, where you won’t be helping them. But everything which is lacking, everything which is needed to fill the gaps, everything which is necessary to feed the people, or for other types of industry, they get from you. So indirectly your are helping them to rearm. You’re helping the Soviet police state.

"To get an idea how clumsy the Soviet economy is, I’ll give you the following example: What kind of country is it, what kind of great power, which has tremendous military potential, which conquers outer space, but has nothing to sell? All heavy equipment, all complex and delicate technology, is purchased abroad. Then it must be an agricultural country? Not at all; it also has to buy grain.

"What then can we sell? What kind of economy is it? Can we sell anything which has been created by socialism? No! Only that which God put in the Russian ground at the very beginning, that’s what we squander and that’s what we sell. What we got from God in the first place. And when all this will come to an end, there won’t be anything left to sell.

"The president of the AFL-CIO, George Meany, has quite rightly said that it is not loans which the United States gives to the Soviet Union, it is economic assistance. It’s foreign aid. It’s given at a level of interest that is lower than what American workers can get for their home mortgages. That is direct aid.

"But this is not all. I said in my last address and would like to repeat it again, that we have to look at every event from the other point of view—from the point of view of the Soviet Union. Our country is taking your assistance, but in the schools they’re teaching and in the newspapers they are writing and in lectures they are saying, 'Look at the Western world, it’s beginning to rot. Look at the economy of the Western world. it’s coming to an end. The great predictions of Marx, Engels, and Lenin are coming true. Capitalism is breathing its last. It’s already dead. And our socialist economy is flourishing. It has demonstrated once and for all the triumph of Communism.'

"I think, gentlemen, and I particularly address those of you who have a socialist outlook, that we should at last permit this socialist economy to prove its superiority. Let’s allow it to show that it is advanced, that it is omnipotent, that it has defeated you, that it has overtaken you. Let us not interfere with it. Let us stop selling to it and giving it loans. If it’s all that powerful, then let it stand on its own . . . for ten or fifteen years. Then we will see what it looks like.

"I can tell you what it will look like. I am being quite serious now. When the Soviet economy will no longer be able to deal with everything, it will have to reduce its military preparations. It will have to abandon the useless space effort and it will have to feed and clothe its own people. And the system will be forced to relax."

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, “Communism:
A Legacy of Terror,” The Voice of Freedom

"Why, beloved hearts, some of you under the burden of the world are as those poor ones who have been made to dig their graves and have had placed upon themselves—after they have been executed by the Communist ones—the earth, covering over them, which they have first dug out to form their tomb.

"Well, beloved ones, it may come to pass that people who have never had to dig their grave physically or come under these Communist soldiers or the Nazi soldiers should actually enforce upon their own lives a tomb consciousness and a place of limitation, until it seems as though they are in a hole in the ground, and the walls round them are closing in. And then they are closed in from above; and the stifling of the breath and the heart—and life is no more."

Gautama Buddha

"Suffice to say that Americans and the rest of the population of the NATO alliance flirt dangerously with neutralism:

"This is very dangerous for one’s view of the world when this feeling comes in: 'Go ahead, give it up.' We already hear voices in your country and in the West—'Give up Korea and we will live quietly. Give up Portugal, of course; give up Japan, give up Israel, give up Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, give up ten more African countries. Just let us live in peace and quiet. Just let us drive our big cars on our splendid highways; just let u play tennis and golf, in peace and quiet; just let us mix our cocktails in peace and quiet as we are accustomed to doing; just let us see the beautiful toothy smile with a glass in hand on every advertisement page of our magazines.

" . . . We, the dissidents of the U.S.S.R., don’t have any tanks, we don’t have any weapons, we have no organization. We don’t have anything. Our hands are empty. We have only a heart and what we have lived through in the half century of this system. And when we have found the firmness within ourselves to stand up for our rights, we have done so. It’s only by firmness of spirit that we have withstood.

"And if I am standing here before you, it’s not because of the kindness or the good will of Communism, not thanks to detente, but thanks to my own firmness and your firm support. They knew that I would not yield one inch, not one hair. And when they couldn’t do more they themselves fell back.

"This is not easy. In our conditions this was taught to me by the difficulties of my own life. And if you yourselves—any one of you—were in the same difficult situation, you would have learned the same thing. Take Vladimir Bukovsky, whose name is now almost forgotten.

"Now, I don’t want to mention a lot of names because however many I might mention there are
more still. And when we resolve the question with two or three names it is as if we forget and betray
the others. We should rather remember figures. There are tens of thousands of political prisoners in our country and—by the calculation of English specialists—seven thousand persons are now under compulsory psychiatric treatment.

"Let’s take Vladimir Bukovsky as an example. It was proposed to him, 'All right, we’ll free you.
Go to the West and shut up.' And this young man, a youth today on the verge of death said: 'No, I won’t go this way. I have written about the persons whom you have put in insane asylums. You release them and then I’ll go West.' This is what I mean by that firmness of spirit to stand up against granite and tanks."

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, June 30, 1975, “America:
You Must Think about the World,” The Voice of Freedom

"As humanism in its development became more and more materialistic, it made itself increasingly accessible to speculation and manipulation at first by socialism and then by communism. So that Karl Marx was able to say in 1844 that communism is naturalized humanism.

" . . . There is a disaster, however, which has already been under way for quite some time. I am referring to the calamity of a despiritualized and irreligious humanistic consciousness . . . To such consciousness, man is the touchstone in judging and evaluating everything on earth: imperfect man, who is never free of pride, self-interest, envy, vanity, and dozens of other defects.

" We . . . have lost the concept of a Supreme Complete Entity which used to restrain our passions and our irresponsibility. We have placed too much hope in political and social reforms, only to find out that we were being deprived of our most precious possession: our spiritual life. [highlighted by webmaster]

" . . . At what exact point, then, should one resist? When one's belt is taken away? When one is ordered to face into a corner? When one crosses the threshold of one's home? . . .

"And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family?

"Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? . . .

". . . After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And you could be sure ahead of time that you'd be cracking the skull of a cut-throat. Or what about the Black Maria sitting out there on the street with one lonely chauffeur . . .

"What if it had been driven off or its tires spiked? The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!"

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
The Harvard Speech

[Poles] "are fervent seventh-ray people. They have come to earth with the charge of Sanat Kumara to maintain the light of freedom. Voluntarily they went under the enslavement of the Soviet boot for the very purpose of proving that free hearts will never say die. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Blessed ones, it may be calculated that the Communist government of the USSR cannot tolerate further encroachments upon their entire mechanism, but it may also be said that the lightbearers of the world will not tolerate further encroachment upon their heart flames! The immovable object and the Rock of Christ—do not close your eyes to the inevitable encounter . . .

"I recall you to the great truth that there is a line where light and darkness must meet. And the line may very well be the line of the people of Poland because . . . they are the most daring and intrepid chelas of my heart. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Realize the great truth, then—and do not close your eyes, do not close your eyes!—that there are people upon earth, namely the Polish people, who will prove to the world, as Jesus Christ did, that it is better for some to give a public example of the crucifixion than for all to go down beneath the boot of World Communism. [highlighted by webmaster]

" . . . Blessed hearts, you yourselves must consider the philosophical equation of life. You must admit there is a line that you yourself must draw beyond which you do not allow the enemy to pass. Others are drawing this line in the physical, while Americans yet have a day to consider it philosophically.

" . . . Precious hearts of living flame, you have the best and the most efficient strategy in the entire world. Your only failure possible is to fail to use it.

" . . . Blessed ones of light, when you know a solution, decree for it specifically. There is a certain comparison between 'nebulous' and 'neutralist.' The neutralist is nebulous in his ideas of life and death, war and peace, integrity and its defense. [highlighted by webmaster]

" . . . Remember to savor our Word. The Word must not go forth from this altar or this mouthpiece as though it were somehow unimportant. The Word is Life. And though you may think you have heard it many times over, you also drink water each day and eat the same foods again and again. Recognizing that your body temples do not tire of the sameness of good nutrients, also recognize that your souls do not tire of hearing the Word. [highlighted by webmaster]

Saint Germain

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1918-2008

Acclaimed Russian novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn died August 3, 2008 in Moscow at age 89, ending what he famously called his "struggle with falsehood." While serving as a Red Army Captain in World War II, Solzhenitsyn was arrested for writing a derogatory comment about Josef Stalin in a letter to a friend. For this "crime" Solzhenitsyn served eight years in the Gulag, the Soviet Union's system of penal labor camps in Siberia. Solzhenitsyn's imprisonment convinced him of the evils of communism.

After his release from the Gulag, Solzhenitsyn wrote his first novel, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev mistakenly believed that Solzhenitsyn's novel would discredit Stalinism while leaving the communist system intact, so he allowed it to be published in 1962. The novel created an international sensation, forcing many Leftist intellectuals in the West to re-evaluate their views on communism. Solzhenitsyn was even awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1970, though he was unable to leave the Soviet Union to accept it.

In 1973 Solzhenitsyn published his greatest work, The Gulag Archipelago. It was a veritable nail in the coffin of totalitarianism. According to American writer Tom Wolfe, "Marxism was finished off . . . in a single year, 1973—with the smuggling out of the Soviet Union and the publication in France of . . . Solzhenitsyn's 'Gulag Archipelago'." What moral standing the Soviet Union still enjoyed in the West was destroyed as The Gulag Archipelago documented how the commissars had stained their hands with the blood of millions.

Solzhenitsyn was exiled from the Soviet Union in 1974, but he continued his fight against totalitarianism from his new home in a remote Vermont village, where he lived until returning to Russia in 1994.

Solzhenitsyn warned the world against "an atmosphere of moral mediocrity, paralyzing man's noblest impulses," and a "tilt of freedom in the direction of evil . . . evidently born primarily out of a humanistic and benevolent concept according to which there is no evil inherent in human nature." The great novelist knew better: Evil is all too real, and it has to be confronted. In this, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn led by example.

"Though this be madness, yet there is method in it."—William Shakespeare
Thomas Jefferson observed, "Were we directed from Washington when to sow,
and when to reap, we should soon want bread."

"A strong man has no need for power, while a weak man
is destroyed by it."—Nicholas Romanoff, last Russian Tzar, 1917

“After achieving power we’ll be considered monsters,
but we couldn’t care less.”—Karl Marx

" . . . We, the dissidents of the U.S.S.R., don’t have any tanks,
we don’t have any weapons, we have no organization.
We don’t have anything. Our hands are empty.
We have only a heart and what we have lived through
in the half century of this system. And when we have found
the firmness within ourselves to stand up for our rights,
we have done so. It’s only by firmness of spirit
that we have withstood."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie.
One word of truth outweighs the world."—Alexandr L. Solzhenitsyn

"[T]he line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either, but right through every human heart, and through all human hearts. This line shifts. Inside us, it oscillates
with the years. Even within hearts overwhelmed by evil, one small bridgehead
of good is retained; and even in the best of all hearts, there remains
a small corner of evil."—Alexandr L. Solzhenitsyn

"To each according to his needs, from each according to his ability."—Karl Marx
“We are internationalists. We aim at the firm union and full fusion
of the workers and peasants of all the nations of the world into a single,
worldwide Soviet Republic.”—Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Collected Works

"Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people
. . . of the characters and conduct of their rulers."—-John Adams

"It is dangerous to be right in matters on which
the established authorities are wrong."—Voltaire

"Many are destined to reason wrongly; others, not to reason at all;
and others to persecute those who do reason."—Voltaire

"You leave out God, and you substitute the devil."—Winston Churchill
"Violence can only be concealed by a lie, and the lie can only be maintained
by violence. Any man who has once proclaimed violence as his method
is inevitably forced to take the lie as his principle."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"There also exists another alliance—at first glance a strange one,
a surprising one—but if you think about it, in fact, one which is well grounded
and easy to understand. This is the alliance between our Communist leaders
and your capitalists. This alliance is not new.

" . . . We observe continuous and steady support by the businessmen of the West
of the Soviet Communist leaders."—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"The timid, civilized world has found nothing with which to oppose the onslaught
of a sudden revival of barefaced barbarity, other than concessions and smiles."
—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"Hastiness and superficiality are the psychic diseases of the twentieth century,
and more than anywhere else this disease is reflected in the press."
—Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

"'The prince of this world cometh and findeth nothing in me' (John 14:30) cannot be said of the United States of America or of the Western nations because in them is found those perpetrators of evil who have sympathy with their counterparts in the World Communist movements. And therefore by that sympathy with the fallen ones they supply them with all of the light and energy which they require to make warfare against the Light.

" . . . Let there be the removal from the four lower bodies (etheric, mental, emotional, physical) of that unlawful ambition that seeks greater gain than is necessary to bring in the kingdom of God on Earth and in one's life. Let a cosmic trust be seized by keepers of the flame who hold in trust the
supply of Almighty God for the sponsoring of this and future generations—for them to perform their work and their service of the internalization of the God-flame. For there is no greater danger to the
people of this nation than the loss of personal contact with the Holy Christ Self. This continues at such an alarming rate through the use of drugs and through the manufacture of noise ground out by grinding mills of noise out of the very pit itself, from rock to every other type of noise, that the lifewaves of this America are not focusing clearly—by the Mind of God and the all-seeing Eye—to focus upon this very nucleus of the money beast which is the third eye, the very point that David hit when he slew Goliath."

Archeia Mary
May 15, 1983

" . . . You see, when they took from the scriptures of the West the understanding of reincarnation they also took from the souls of the people the understanding of the necessity for the cosmic law to be understood, for the balancing of karma by the violet flame or even the purpose of the mantra itself. By a process of pulling the threads of identity the identity lost no longer recognizes the need for commeasurement with the infinite or the Deity Itself.

"Realize then how difficult it is to speak of the necessity of the Path to one who is an atheist or a Communist or one who is self-satisfied in the smugness of his gains in materialism."

Lady Master Venus
April 5, 1985

" . . . As you know there are two Babylons: the ecclesiastical and the political Babylon, one the false hierarchy of anti-Christ in church, the other the false hierarchy of the International Capitalist/Communist Conspiracy. Both of these false hierarchies comprise the world cult of idolatry and the abuse of power to which consciousness Susan was prey, and of which she made herself heir.

"Thus with the judgment of the ruby ray upon the tower of Babel and Ninevah and the modern Babylon, those who have become drunk with power—the power of the blood of the saints, the essence of their light—are also judged."

El Morya: "The Hour
of World Transmutation"
October 8, 1985

" . . . What is the greatest point of alienation upon the planetary body? What is the greatest conglomerate of anti-Christ? It is the point of alienation that begins with the anti-Self and then becomes the false hierarchy's version of the Community of the Holy Spirit. It is World Communism where the individual is elevated for his humanness and where the state is founded upon the interaction of the human "
Elohim Heros and Amora
January 1,1982

"When the system of the leveling of hierarchy manifests through an ideology of World Communism and all of its ramifications, when there is no hierarchy left, when there is only the proletariat, then there can be no leader, then there can be no king and there can be no queen.

"Abomination of desolation! Can you imagine a people accepting such a compromise and then crying out, “Where are our leaders?” You have destroyed your leaders, I say! You have given these souls who have been born to be leaders an education that educates them out from being leaders. By the time they have passed through the schools in America today, they have no concept of leadership, they have no concept of responsibility.

"Was it not Karl Marx who said of the proletariat: You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. You have a world to gain. Working men of the world, unite!

"Of course they [the manipulators of the people] have nothing to lose—they didn’t have any attainment in the first place! Of course they have everything to gain—they have to gain the attainment of the lightbearers whom they cast down, whom they have guillotined, whom they have murdered, whom they have buried with their bulldozers under the soil of Russia and China and Eastern Europe and every nation where they have taken over."

July 3, 1976

"There are 100,000 Christians in Soviet prisons today. We pray for them. Some are incarcerated for the crime of organizing prayers at funerals, organizing baptisms without prior registration with the government, and giving religious instruction to children.

"Here religion is our divine and human right. There it is controlled by the state. Is that what we want?


"Then we must see to it that we do not allow it to happen by those who think that they are ordained to decide whether the people shall enjoy the use of their private property and when their speech or religion or assembly or press shall be limited.

"An eyewitness of one of the prisons in the Soviet Union near the city of Archangel wrote:

'We were transported . . . to the camp by train and then by . . . river barge. The hold of the barge was overfilled with prisoners, who were forced to sit in a doubled-up position. There was hardly any air to breathe. We were not allowed to go to the toilet . . .We were issued old camp clothing, and . . . herded off to the logging area. We were driven there in such a way that, by the time we arrived, we were half dead from exhaustion.'

"I bring these things to our attention today as we celebrate our independence lest we forget, lest we forget that while we enjoy freedom, some people suffer the abject degradation of their very humanity—lest we forget.

' For fear of ending up in the isolation cell or at being put on hunger rations, we devoted all our energies to doing the work assigned to us, sinking into the deep snow in the process . . . After work we were escorted . . . back to the camp. We ran all the way back to the camp so as not to become numb from the cold. We ran, we fell, we cried.'

"And today we cry also. We shed a tear for Mother Liberty as we feel the pain of this planetary outrage.

"There were times . . . where [the guards] were absolutely bestial. Spotting a new prisoner, they might send him to fetch something . . . outside the working area, which was marked off with red signal flags. On reaching the marked-off area, the prisoner would be shot for attempting to escape. The guard who fired the shot would then be given leave as a reward."

Elizabeth C. Prophet

"Beloved ones, World Communism is a dread disease of the mind, but I tell you world materialism is even greater as one of the dread diseases of the time. It has been said that in the West the people are indulgent. Blessed ones, it is so. And I am sorry to say that many of our Keepers of the Flame are demanding far too much of the material pleasures or what they think are their material needs, and not understanding that there are sacrifices that must be made in the present if the future is to be secured. [highlighted by webmaster]

"The very process of this sacrificial life, beloved, is a process you need in order to put on the fullness of your Christhood. Emergency demands evoke from you the fullness of the heart’s genius and attunement with Christ. The responsibility of children, loved ones and Lightbearers of the world therefore impels you to call upon the Lord for strength and to be strengthened of mind and heart
and body.

" . . . Let each one who has a problem learn to take the cassettes of the rosaries and of decrees that are to be made, to give their novenas, to write their letters to me and, above all, to make sacrifices at the fourteen stations of the cross and thereby know that God can be the solution to their problem and that I may be that solution and that their communion with their Mighty I AM Presence through prayer is indeed that resolution.

"Blessed ones, those who suffer, having seen so great a salvation, suffer due to nonsurrender! I tell you, you will be left to face alone that which no man or woman can face alone. Therefore, come ye into Union. Come into the Community of the Spirit and offer your life without complaint. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Blessed ones, our Messengers are not hard taskmasters. Do not fear, then, the loss of the fat of selfishness. Do you desire to see me and talk with me? Watch how the veil thins. [highlighted by webmaster] Watch how you see myself superimposed over the Messenger as you have never seen me before. Watch how heaven can truly cohabitate this physical octave through the etheric sheath we have placed over this Inner Retreat.

"Blessed hearts, it is a consecrated place. Let none so seek, then, a physical flesh-and-blood salvation or so misinterpret the Yugoslav dispensation as to go there to find me or healing. Blessed ones, I AM here! I shall not leave this place or the side of anyone. I have come to intercede, to administer, to organize, to inspire, to be with you. I am more available here, beloved, than anywhere on earth because of so great a rising of prayers and invocations! [highlighted by webmaster]

"Beloved, as Saint Germain has told you, there are so many calls that cannot be answered for the failure of those of the leadership of the world to be converted—yet by your intercession these calls are answered and they accrue to yourselves and they have so accrued. And the Father has sent his answer in the person of myself, beloved.

"I AM Mary with you. I place my electrode in the mountain, in the stream, in the river, in your heart. I am here every step of a physical way that must be bought with a price. I have sent my angels with Raphael’s angels to the Keepers of the Flame in the earth.

"Let all who hear our call to be here, beloved, so make it known, so apply and so prepare yourselves. Those whose time has come to be at the Inner Retreat must not resist and go about the human planning of a separate existence in an hour of earth’s history when, I tell you, it is untold and unspoken as to that which could come upon the earth unless there be a tremendous conversion, a tremendous increase in those who give the violet flame decrees. [highlighted by webmaster]

"You have wondered why the Ascended Masters have not spelled out their prophecies more specifically. It is for the same reason that these have been told in secret, in part, to these children. Beloved, we never give the fullness of the vision of what karma could bring until almost the very hour of it, because until that time we are kneeling before the throne of the Father begging intercession and dispensation."

Mother Mary

"Let it be understood that the plans of the Soviet Union have not changed! And those plans are to take Europe by a land war, to do so to bolster that [Soviet] economyto take it intact while launching a surprise first strike against the United States.

"And what of Japan? As Japan has been kept unarmed, therefore the Soviets have but to take it also.

"Therefore these three cornerstones of the West are in line, beloved. And you must understand that the hundreds of millions of people that comprise these nations [Western Europe, United States of America and Japan] can defeat the purposes of World Communism if they care to, if they have the will and if they will demand that their leaders act! I tell you, beloved, should these plans of the Soviet Union be fulfilled, it will be of the greatest cost to civilization and the evolutions of planet earth that you have seen since the sinking of Atlantis. [highlighted by webmaster]

"I do not say that nuclear war will bring the end of the world. Nay, it will not! But it shall bring to an end certain opportunity that has been granted by modern technology and mass communications. The developments that I have sponsored, beloved, for I am the sponsor of modern science, have truly been used to build a war machine without equal since the ancient days. Therefore, beloved, let [that science] be withdrawn from the movement for war and be applied to peace. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Peace, beloved, is the purpose of technologyand the growth of the human spirit. And where people, [following the power elite,] make science their god they have no recourse when those forces of Darkness, more powerful than themselves, amalgamate and rise up [against them].

"This is an interplanetary war, beloved, [for it involves] not only those in embodiment on earth but those who come from other systems. For earth is a crossroads of many lifewaves and evolutions, and the divergent peoples give witness to their points of origin beyond even this planetary home.

" . . . I tell you, beloved, abortion must stop on every continent, for this is a sin against God! God is in every child in the womb and the soul is a part of that fetus from the hour of conception. The soul may come and go [during gestation], but that body is created with a certain set of genes from both parents whereby the soul can fulfill her divine potential in this life.

"Therefore let abortion come to a swift and sudden halt! And let the people of the earth know that the reason they are losing the battle against these fallen ones is that they have denied entrance to life, denied entrance to those souls in the womb whom they have aborted. [highlighted by webmaster]

" . . . This murdering of the unborn, beloved, becomes a sin of the nation and the nations and the karma must descend. Therefore let those who perceive that karma that makes America, Europe, Japan and all nations vulnerable to cataclysm in this age, let them see to it that that karma is balanced swiftly by bringing in these souls.

" . . . I am in the heart of every freedom fighter upon earth. I am in the heart of those who were defeated in Tiananmen Square because the nations did not rise up with one arm and say, 'Thus far and no farther!' to the Communist Chinese, to that government and this nation’s representative, who has preferred commerce to the liberty of the individual. [highlighted by webmaster]

"Yes, beloved, nation by nation by nation I am in the hearts of those who have dared to strike against this Moloch of human greed, against the towers of Babylon and Assyria and of the ancient ones of Atlantis who did betray the people.

"I want you to know that reincarnation is true and the souls whom you observe today fighting for freedom, including yourselves, have come again and again and again. Fifty thousand years again and again they have stood against these dark ones and given their lives. They would not even consider retreat! They would not consider it, for they know that their life is a flame.

"Their life is a continuity of being. And if that flame be snuffed out, they will come again and live again, for they serve with the great Christ and the great Buddha. They serve, beloved, to deliver nations and this is their reason for being.

"And when they are struck on the battlefield, when they are massacred, when they receive that napalm, when they receive those chemicals upon themselves and they breathe their last breath, they are yet in prayer as they exit that body and are taken up by angels. [highlighted by webmaster] And they are brought to healing retreats of the angels and they are succored and they are healed and they are cradled in the arms of the Divine Mother until one day another mother and another womb may bear them and they shall live to breathe again and to fight again."

Saint Germain
April 27, 1991

" . . . You know, we have so many psychologists talking about nuclear fear in children. Well, we don’t need a psychologist to tell us where today’s teens get their fear of nuclear war! This fear of war breaks down the will. The point must be made: Totalitarianism is worse than nuclear war!

"I cited in my New Year’s Day lecture “Apathy in America” that there have been 190 million people killed by World Communism in this century. This is totalitarianism. And in World War II and all the wars in this century 60 million have died. So which is worse?

"The apocalypse described in 'Darkness Descends' fits a Soviet takeover much better than an all-out nuclear war. A surgical nuclear strike would be a part of Soviet takeover, as has been said. The slow death, burning and asphyxiation described might be from radiation or it could be death in a concentration camp. Solzhenitsyn mentioned live burial and drowning as Soviet mass-execution methods. 'Darkness Descends' also fits chemical or bacteriological warfare.

"Teenagers are being given a message of nihilism—that nothing can prevent what is to come. In fact, it is this very attitude of paralyzing fear that will bring the events to pass. And it is the beat of the music itself that acts as a psychic carrier wave for Soviet psychotronic warfare. It is the message of hopelessness and death that the Soviet psychics have been directing at America for decades, and this death metal becomes the anchor point in the physical for their mind manipulation of the American people. [highlighted by webmaster]

"It is highly doubtful that without rock music the Soviet psychics could have had any effect on Americans. The protective shield between the physical and the astral planes of the planet has been broken down by rock and roll in America. And the astral plane (which corresponds to the emotions and the subconscious mind) is the medium through which the Soviet psychics project the vibrations which cause depression, suicide and nihilism.

"But it’s not just heavy metal, it’s all types of rock that provide this anchor point for what we call the International Capitalist/Communist Conspiracy."

ExposeRock and Roll
in America

"There are hours and there are hours, beloved. And this is an hour to mark and to remember. This is, as it were, a final hour, an hour when there is yet opportunity to turn back what Saint Germain has described. Unless the spirals are begun and continued mightily from this day forward, you will not see renewed opportunity for mitigation of world events.

"Therefore, I appeal to you on behalf of your brothers and sisters of Light who suffer in many nations under the Darkness of the powers of this world. And [these powers] in their brutality, their massacring and their maiming of the bodies [of the Lightbearers], in the very glee of hell itself, take the light from the blood of their victims.

"This, beloved, comes upon those who are saints. It comes to them as opportunity for that ultimate sacrifice. And they give their bodies in the love of Jesus, in the love of my heart. [highlighted by webmaster]

"May you know that you in your own way are giving so great a sacrifice. For you, my beloved,
give your bodies to me in prayer–in scientific prayer that does avail very, very much day by day. Therefore we preserve your opportunity, your protection, your place in the sun."

Mother Mary
December 29, 1991

"Therefore, let this sweet life that you are about sense a future where life could be dim and heavily diminished and conditions bleak. Let us avoid it, beloved.
I say to you once and for all, let us avoid what is projected by every prophecy that can be read and read accurately. Let us act as though we were making sacrifice in the last day. For it is that hour. [highlighted by webmaster]

" . . . Blessed ones, the judgment must be seen as potentially falling upon those of greatest neglect. Those who have the most Light and Awareness, they shall also have the greatest karma by their neglect of their Light and their Awareness. [highlighted by webmaster]

"I teach you and illumine you concerning Cosmic Law and nothing else. I teach you, then, beloved, that to see the Light is to become it, else you will lose that opportunity. I can only reiterate what my brother Serapis has said and tell you that the day’s advance and your position must be defined, cleared and maintained.

" , , , Can we not have something to offer the Fourteen Ascended Masters who govern the destiny of this nation and freedom to the earth? Can we not raise up a sign to Surya? Can we not say, 'Here is the line drawn by Keepers of the Flame and Lightbearers!'—'the line,' quoth Morya, 'where Light meets Darkness and swallows it up'? [highlighted by webmaster]

"Somewhere some must prove that the impossible is possible with God, the Mighty I AM Presence. Somewhere a sign must be given to the Cosmic Council that more intercession can be given because some have been willing to pay the price."

Saint Germain
November 1, 1987

"Do you not realize that if this nation were under Communist rule, you could not gather, we could not speak, and the release of the Great White Brotherhood could not be physical? It ought to move you to realize that this is the goal from Moscow, from Cuba, and from the rebellious ones such as Kaddafi who have other motives in mind with their terrorism! [highlighted by webmaster]

"This is the goalto snuff out the flame of freedom that speaks now through the Messenger, that speaks now through the disciples and will speak through every freedom fighter on earth before you are done your work. For I know the delivery of that work, beloved ones, will be the transmission of such a fervor and such a power of the Mother, as depicted in [the fierce images of some of the Hindu goddesses of] Indiathe veritable tigress that goes forth to wrestle with beasts and demons and devils and goes into the very core of hell to bind them lest one such denizen of hell does trample upon a single of the holy innocents.

"Understand, beloved hearts, that the spine has been lost in the West. And that spine comes from the absence of the conservation of the life-force in the body templenot alone the conservation but the raising of that life-force, the activation of the chakras, the recitation of devotions unto God. For when this takes place, beloved hearts, believe me, walking unascended beings such as yourselves (no better and perhaps even a little less excellent) become living, moving, tangible electrodes of the Great Central Sun of their own Mighty I AM Presence! [highlighted by webmaster]

"This is not such a complicated procedure. Why, it happens in the twinkling of an eye! It happens by the power of the Holy Ghost as quickly as you can see fit to let go of your grasping of material things and materialism, and I do not necessarily mean in a physical sense. But it is almost a possessiveness, as it were, of the things you love most or of the universe or [of a] certain way of life
a clinging for security, when all the world is in fear, to something that is no better than the trinkets which the white man offered to the native Americans. And thus for trinkets a nation is lost then and now. They sold themselves, took the firewater, became decadent! And so this is the plot on the West.

"You would fight if they attempted to do here what they do in the Soviet Union! You would not stand for the physical confinement. But you allow the spiritual slavery of your life! And you do not perceive that it is calculated, beloved hearts. It is true—astral bombardment, sources beyond this world, such as spacecraft, all type of mind manipulation, and through drugs the altering of the genes and the psyche to produce the attention turned in upon itself, upon the body, upon the release of sensation and momentary pleasure of all kind. And I should mention eating itself as a preoccupation to ease anxiety and to create a moment of pleasure and afterward ten moments of agony and the shortening of the life span and the inability of the light to flow through the body temple, for it is cluttered." [highlighted by webmaster]

Arcturus and Victoria
July 1, 1984

" . . . Where will the people look to the voice of unity? They're going to look to the One.

" . . . And I want to tell you a secret, and it's not in the idolatrous sense. It's in the sense of my sense of the worth of the God-flame where I AM. But I believe that where I AM—where my Mighty I AM Presence is—God is the most important person in the world. And because I believe it I work at it, I act on it and I serve.

"Do you know something? If I didn't believe that God where I AM is the most important person on this planet right now I would leave the Earth. What point is there for any of us to be here if God where we are is not the most important person? The only reason any one of us is here is because we sense that we are ultimately needed, that what we're doing is important to God and to the people.

"I was reading an article in U.S. News yesterday about hospital beds in the Soviet Union. There are three million, more than double what we have. They have socialized medicine. Everybody's going to the hospital for everything under the sun. There are queues of people waiting at their clinics. They have many more clinics than we do; why? The individual doesn't have any self-worth. It's a disease.

"You might as well lie down and die if you're not the most important person in your life and the life of everybody around you. When you don't feel of ultimate necessity to this movement, to your country, to your planet you act selfishly. You do everything for yourself when you're not important. When you are important you give everything away 'cause you know everybody's depending on you. You've got mouths to feed that are hungrier than yours.

"This is the psychology of the downfall of the Soviet Union! The totalitarian state has deprived the individual of his individed union with Almighty God and therefore he sees no reason for living. Alcoholism is a tremendous epidemic in the Soviet Union today. All kinds of problems are raging
—drug probelms, et cetera. There are many more sick people in the Soviet Union than there are in the United States because even a small amount of sense of being needed makes an individual capable of doing anything! I can do anything because God needs me. And you see, if you leave off from that point you are starting a disintegration spiral.

"The person who is not needed doesn't have any integrating spiral. We are integrated at the point of the threefold flame in this octave because we had the will to coalesce to meet God's need.

" . . . And you look at the people that run their pizza parlors and run their restaurants and their shops that are there from dawn until late at night because they love that sacred labor. That's what America is made of. They are there because they know if they're not there, that pizza parlor won't run."

Elizabeth C. Prophet
March 25, 1982

No precise enumeration of the number of deaths worldwide caused by Communism since 1917 is possible. This is the result of the loss of (or inability to keep) records due to civil war, state-organized famines, forced relocations, collectivization, terror, political executions, disease, malnutrition, and the general hardship that accompanies the takeover and process of consolidating power by the Communists—and the suppression of such information as a matter of state policy. Nevertheless, eyewitness accounts, demographic information and such historical records that
have survived have enabled scholars to make reasonable estimates of the loss of life at the hands
of Communism.

The breakdown of 190 million deaths due to Communism, nation by nation, follows. It should be noted, however, that the 190-million figure may significantly underestimate actual losses since it is impossible to factor in all the deaths caused by forced relocation, disease, dangerous work (such as prisoners in the Soviet Union who handle radioactive ores without proper protective gear), malnutrition and people who simply disappear.

Soviet Union, 110 million dead: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Warning to the West, p. 129; China, 64 million: The Human Cost of Communism in China, p. iv (prepared by the U.S. Congress, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 1971); Cambodia, 4 million killed by Khmer Rouge: Current Biography, 1980, s.v. “Pol Pot”; Afghanistan, 2 million: Jan Goodwin, Caught in the Crossfire, p. 21; Vietnam, 1.4 million: Guenter Lewy, America in Vietnam, p. 453, and Los Angeles Times, 1 May 1985, sec. 2; Korea, 4 million: Lewy, p. 450; Poland, 1.2 million: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th ed., s.v. “Poland, History of”; Ethiopia, 1.1 million: New American, 17 February 1986, p. 18, and Insight, 4 August 1986, p. 4; Mozambique, 175,000: New American, 2 March 1987, p. 21, and internal memorandum of the Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, 28 December 1986; Angola, 70,000: Human Events, 19 August 1978, p. 11; Hungary, 32,000: World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1987, p. 578; El Salvador, 50,000: Interview with Alejandro Bolaños of the Nicaraguan Information Center, 13 June 1987; Nicaragua, 30,000: Interview with Alejandro Bolaños; South Yemen, 12,000: Time, 3 February 1986, p. 43. The total thus far is 188 million deaths. Additional deaths have occurred in the Soviet Union since 1959, in Cambodia (before and after Pol Pot), in China since 1970, in East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Romania, the Baltic Republics, Cuba, Zimbabwe, and at the hands of Communist guerrilla movements around the world. “How long, O Lord!”


Recently, a series of government-induced public demonstrations in China demanded an apology from Japan for the atrocities of WWII. Okay, fair enough. But if the Japanese do offer an apology to the Chinese people, I would like to see the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) offer a few apologies of their own. After all, it was the CCP who killed roughly 30 million of their own people between 1945 and 1970. This figure does not include the untold millions of forced abortions that CCP has ordered under their "one couple, one child" policy.

Next, maybe the CCP could apologize to Tibet for forcibly annexing that country. Perhaps India deserves an "expression of regret" for the Chinese invasion of 1962. Don't forget China's invasion of Vietnam in 1979. While they're at it, maybe the CCP could say a few kind words to the Nepalese, who are facing a nasty insurgency courtesy of the CCP. Oh, and how about a little contrition
toward Taiwan while we're on the subject?

Lest we forget the victims of Tiananmen Square, where's the apology for that massacre? How about an apology to Chinese Christians for the continual persecution and occasional murder of people whose only crime is faith? Last, but not least, perhaps the CCP could apologize to the
United States for their organized theft of our technology, their abuse of government-subsidized credit to dump cheap manufactured goods on our markets (complete with inscructions in English), and their financial donations to the Democrat Party under Bill Clinton's watch.

Apology or not, the Bush administration this week gave notice to China that it has a matter of only months to stop pegging the yuan artificially low against the dollar, but that's not China's only economic woe these days. Other reports indicate that China, its 1.4-billion population notwithstanding, is on the verge of labor shortage, largely due to a lack of skilled labor, coupled with an inability to lure sufficient numbers of cheap, unskilled labor to factory jobs.

On February 20, 1982, the messenger addressed the student body of Summit University on the subject of alienation, which included: the story of the alienation of the sons of Sanat Kumara, from the Second Book of Adam and Eve 20-22 and the Book of the Secrets of Enoch 68; the promise of restoration of oneness with God through alignment with the Eternal Mediator, the Christ, from Heb. 8:7-13 and Col. 1:9-29; Karl Marx’s concept of alienation; alienation of youth through crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual promiscuity, suicide, and child abuse. Her message concluded
with a 5- and a 7-hour session during the following two days on an analysis of rock music, chapters
8 and 9 of the Book of Revelation, and the implementation of the judgment. All concerned chelas ought to avail themselves of this teaching and the accompanying videotapes.


For more information:

Expose on Poland, February 19-22, 1982 by the Messenger of the Great White Brothehood, Elizabeth Clare Prophet.

Expose on Poland, February 26-28, 1982 by the Messenger of the Great White Brothehood, Elizabeth Clare Prophet.


On January 15, 1984, the Messenger said during a Prayer Vigil for Taiwan and China:

"This act of the arming of Red China could be the beginning of the end, in terms of world war on the planet. It is far more serious a threat to me, than the Soviet Union."

"The higher type of man clings to virtue, the lower type of man clings to material comfort. The higher type of man cherishes justice, the lower type of man cherishes the hope of favors to be received."

"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. As enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself."—Marcus Tullius Cicero

"Any excuse will serve a tyrant."—Aesop

"Under every stone lurks a politician."—Aristophanes

"There is strength in the union even of very sorry men."—Homer

"They defend their errors as if they were defending their inheritance."—Edmund Burke

"Knowledge is, in every country, the surest basis of public happiness."—George Washington (First Annual Message, 8 January 1790) Reference: George Washington: A Collection, W.B. Allen, ed. (469)

"Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God. I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!"—Patrick Henry

"If 'Thou shalt not covet' and 'Thou shalt not steal' were not commandments of Heaven, they must be made inviolable precepts in every society before it can be civilized or made free."—John Adams

"Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide."—John Adams

"Dependence begets subservience and venality, suffocates the germ of virtue and prepares fit tools for the designs of ambition."—Thomas Jefferson

As Albert Einstein said: 'You cannot solve problems with the same level of consciousness that created them.'

"A just security to property is not afforded by that government, under which unequal taxes oppress one species of property and reward another species."—James Madison

"The most may err as grossly as the few."—John Dryden

"The great trouble with you Americans is that you are still under the influence of that second-rate
—shall I say third-rate?—mind, Karl Marx."—H. G. Wells

"Only them that has them can lose them."—an old English proverb

"It takes a heap of sense to write good nonsense."—Mark Twain

"Blood dries quickly."—Charles DeGaulle

'We will bury you'—Nikita Khrushchev

"One thing about a police state, you can always find the police."—L. Neil Smith

"Those who see their lives as spoiled and wasted crave equality and fraternity more than they do freedom. If they clamor for freedom, it is but freedom to establish equality and uniformity. The passion for equality is partly a passion for anonymity: to be one thread of the many which make up a tunic; one thread not distinguishable from the others. No one can then point us out, measure us against others and expose our inferiority."—Eric Hoffer
"Capitalism is not only a better form of organizing human activity than any deliberate design, any attempt to organize it to satisfy particular preferences, to aim at what people regard as beautiful or pleasant order, but it is also the indispensable condition for just keeping that population alive which exists already in the world. I regard the preservation of what is known as the capitalist system, of the system of free markets and the private ownership of the means of production, as an essential condition of the very survival of mankind . . . Perhaps the fact that we have seen millions voting themselves into complete dependence on a tyrant has made our generation understand that to choose one's government is not necessarily to secure freedom . . . Emergencies' have always been the pretext on which the safeguards of individual liberty have been eroded."—F.A. von Hayek (1899-1992)

John Barron, The KGB  

Historical Deceptions: Fall of Communism
Text of Address
by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

at Harvard Class Day Afternoon Exercises
Thursday, June 8, 1978


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