Case Study 53

Controlling a region in the world means controlling several countries. Generally a powerful country will have allies or buffer states next door. This is much easier to set up when one can put chosen souls into the royalty of those countries and then guide them to rule. The Vedas describe the existence of this technique, they just don’t tell you the gods are actually people. They then have a psychic puppet in charge of a nation.

Controllers do not care for democracy. It takes much more effort to get that to happen in a democracy. An example of taking over a country (in this case for oil) using reincarnation is Case Study 41.

The gods, or Controllers, get very angry when this process is interfered with. They have used trickery and outright war to put their boys back in charge. Particularly when building a new empire for their future life.

Sometimes there is more to a war than all the historians, theorists, psychologists and politicians understand. Take Vlad Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine with the assistance of Alexander Lukashenko‘s Belarus. It all really started in 2014 when Alexander Yanukovich was ousted by Ukraine’s parliament. To add insult to injury a Jew is now the president of Ukraine.

It is also easier to invade and take over a neighboring country when one has allies in positions of power and influence in the target country. A military commander or politician of high status can sabotage the nation from within. Have you considered the Third Reich’s invasion of France in 1940 was almost too easy? The British beat feet realizing the French were simply giving up.

After the French German Armistice was signed the government of the Vichy French was set up. They collaborated with the Nazis and even fought a naval battle against the US near Casablanca. The president of this puppet government was Philippe Petain. Here is the result of his reincarnation case study.

Hermann von Boyen (20 June 1771 – 15 February 1848) was a Prussian military officer who fought in many wars and battles. He retied for 21 years and studied history. He was called back into active service by King Frederick William IV in 1841 appointing him War Minister. He received the rank of Field Marshall in 1847. A fortress in Lotzen was named after him.

Phillipe Petain (24 April 1856 – 23 July 1951) was a hero of France for his command of the French 2nd Army during the battle of Verdun. He served as Marshal of the French military during the interwar period. After the Fall of France in 1940 he became the head of the Vichy French government and was tried and convicted of treason after WWII. His sentence was commuted in June 1951 and he died about a month later.

It’s easier to get an opponent nation to surrender when it’s leaders work for you. See Case Study 56