Controllers get out of their body and travel to people they wish to manipulate. People in positions of political power and influence are the obvious targets. They don’t know the spirit they are communing with is just a man or that they were raping souls before they came to visit. As long as they speak the language, are familiar with the customs, know the religion their manipulations can be effective.
When we speak of political power and influence we don’t always mean officials. Power and influence can also come to opposition movements. If that movement is detested by them enough they may try to destroy it’s leader. If it’s influential enough they may try to hijack it and twist it to their own purposes.
The key is the effort to control and take over. That’s what their activities and techniques are based on. The ability to deceive is their most cherished skill, they do this by getting in character like actors, they do it with their thoughts.
Some of the people they guide they put into the positions of power in the first place. This is a long drawn out process. The soul is put into the family of the Controller’s choosing and then guided to the education, career and finally into a position of authority. The effort and amount of time involved means they will vehemently oppose anything that removes that person. They will go to extraordinary measures to prevent it.
The key to understanding the Ayatollah and the Shah of Iran is both were being guided. The Shah was influenced to take things too far. The Ayatollah was helped through the deception of Carter administration officials. This is quite similar to the story of Montezuma and Cortez. Montezuma and The Shah’s heavy handedness against their subjects set the scene for revolt. The arrivals of Cortez and the Ayatollah added the impetus and leadership of those aggrieved. The events were set up.
Genesis 22:16 And he (an Angel of Yehaveh) said (to Abraham), “By Myself have I sworn, says the Lord, that because you have done this thing and you did not withhold your son, your only one, 17 That I will surely bless you, and I will greatly multiply your seed as the stars of the heavens and as the sand that is on the seashore, and your descendants will inherit the cities of their enemies.“
This is the death chart of Georges Ernest Boulanger (29 April 1837 – 30 September 1891), nicknamed Général Revanche (“General Revenge”). He was a French General and politician of the 19th century. He used inflammatory rhetoric and nationalism to vault to popularity during the Third Republic. He called for revenge against Germany for the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71. In January of 1989 it was feared he had enough popularity to become a dictator and is considered by some historians to be the first fascist or “proto-fascist.”
He was considered a Republican because he did not go to church. Later it was realized that he was a conservative Monarchist.
His downfall from politics occurred in January of 1989 when he won a race for a seat as a deputy for Paris. His supporters were elated and wanted to conduct a coup d’etat; immediately take over the national government. He was a threat to the Republic and was accused by his protractors of treason (later convicted in absentia). He fled to Brussels and then to London. He committed suicide in 1891 with a pistol over the grave of his mistress Marguerite de Bonnemains who had died two months earlier.
The chart on the right is the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (24 September 1902 – 3 June 1989). He was a religious leader of Twelver Shi’a Islam. He became the Ayatollah (religious title) around 1962. He went into exile in 1963, living in Iraq, Turkey and France. In Turkey he stayed in Bursa in the home of Colonel Ali Cetiner, head of Turkish Military Intelligence. According to the BBC, recently released documents show the Ayatollah had contact with the CIA on different occasions. He returned to Iran during the Iranian Revolution with the help of the US and France. The leaders of the countries were led to believe he would help calm the situation. He promptly took over the revolutionary government and formed a Theocracy. He eliminated all competition from the original groups behind the overthrow of Shah Pahlavi. Iran was then involved in a 10 year war with Iraq (Iran-Iraq War),