Nov 10 2016
It seems timely to revise this post after the U.S. Elections on November 8, 2016.
“Source gives us everything, even evil as a function of choice. Evil is a function of lower frequency thoughts, behaviors and actions. We’re given opportunities: the right road, the wrong road, the best road, the slower road. So it’s up to us to make the right choice. We can’t blame anybody else. It’s our choice. That one individual has no power over us, only what we give it over us.” – Guy Needler
In this post, we’ll take another look at some of the world’s worst leaders, who have changed the course of human history. What is the purpose of evil leaders?
What is the purpose of evil leaders?
In recent history, there have been quite a few world leaders (some shown below), that represent many continents, races and political persuasions, who would qualify as “evildoers.”
According to Needler, these people appear to be evil and ruthless, but are really here to change the way WE operate, to make humanity work together as a result of their incarnation. They choose lives that invoke hatred but togetherness at the same time.
- For example, Hitler had half the world with him and the other half against him.
- By separating the world into two camps, he was responsible for manifesting and playing out the energies on both sides.
Needler said they gain a lot of experience from being in that level of hatred. They are in the karmic loop and incur some negative karma, but are given a certain level of exemption because of the potentially massive negativity in such incarnations.
“Negativity should be seen as an opportunity for creating positivity.” – Guy Needler
How is Hitler’s life viewed by others?
Jiddu Krishnamurti said: “Hitler and Mussolini were only the primary spokesmen for the attitude of domination and craving for power that are in the heart of almost everyone. Until the source is cleared, there will always be confusion and hate, wars and class antagonisms.”
Seth entity said: “Any evils in your world are symptoms of your own inner disorders and are meant to lead you to cure them. As long as you believe in the basic evil of man, then you must project upon yourself great punishment. You must see your world destroyed.” Hitler came to power, because the beliefs of humankind had already justified war as a means to an end.
Neale Donald Walsch wrote: “No one does anything inappropriate, given their model of the world. In the spiritual sense, there are no victims and no villains in the world, although in the human sense it appears that there surely are. For many years, millions thought he was “right.” The world decided – finally – that Hitler was “wrong.”
Walsch said: “Don’t condemn Hitler for showing you that. Someone had to. He held up a yardstick! He set a parameter, a border against which we could measure and limit our ideas about ourselves. Christ did the same thing, at the other end of the spectrum.”
What did Hitler’s soul say from the Other Side?
In “Talking with the Leaders of the Past,” Peter Watson Jenkins and Toni Ann Winninger interviewed the soul who was Hitler in two ways:
Part 1. As the dictator (personality that the soul was playing) with a restless, fiery, paranoid, rough abrasive energy, he said:
- He had a love of power, being the one in charge. He didn’t know if he truly ever loved another human being. He was bisexual and shot Geli, Eva and himself at the end.
- He saw himself as a dictator, a “director to be followed by the right people” to build a “magnificent empire,” no different from Attila the Hun, Alexander the Great, or other leaders, who plundered and pillaged to create their empires.
Part 2. As the true soul-self with the energy of a humble, serene, compassionate older soul, he revealed:
- The part he was playing was “absolute evil,” because his agreement was to be a ruthless, psychotic, diabolically cruel despot.
- Other people had agreements to play leader/follower (serving a corrupt master), player/pawn, attacker/victim, rescuer/rescued, deserter/abandoned, defender/defended, jailer/prisoner, hidden/disclosed, passive/aggressive, etc.
- Millions of souls agreed to be his victims to show “gross inhumanity to man,” and to show “what is just not done to another human being.”
- The ultimate plan was to change the consciousness of the planet, to develop a wave of compassion to provide a framework from that point on in history, so people didn’t have to experience that again. Many but not all have learned that lesson.
He said those who ignore the lessons must revisit them. That’s why we still have evil in our world today (e.g. Illuminati, dictators, drug lords, terrorists, genocidal tribes, racists, misogynists, islamophobes, homophobes, etc.).
Jenkins and Winninger had a hard time accepting that all the atrocities around the world (e.g. Stalin, Pol Pot, Rwanda, etc.) are “spirit-designed attempts to increase compassion,” and that millions of souls would be “duped” into dying in agony!? But they do know there is no heaven or hell, only the eternal Home of unconditional love, where every soul reflects on their life (see How Detailed Is the Soul’s Life Review? – Big Picture Questions.com).
Why does a benevolent creator allow suffering?
Guy Needler channeled our Source Entity for a response to this common question, stating:
“The answer is both simple and complicated. Those involved in the conflict choose to incarnate into it. It’s part of their life plan, so they can be of service to the rest of mankind. They provide a focus for the rest of mankind, who are being shown how NOT to operate.”
Needler said we all grow from this, even the negative experiences that involve war, conflict and suffering around the world.
How do we grow from conflict?
People who abhor conflict tend to group together, either locally or globally. They create energetic links of love, hope, peace, sympathy and help. The effect is amplified exponentially by every person that joins the group. That’s what activism is about.
“The opposite of love is not hate, but indifference. Indifference creates evil. Hatred is evil itself. Indifference is what allows evil to be strong, what gives it power. I have no doubt that evil can be fought and that indifference is no option.” – Elie Wiesel
- As more people become aware of these higher thoughts, they’re also drawn into the synergetic effect, which keeps expanding across the globe.
- Eventually, even those in the midst of the conflict are affected by the “good will” of people around the world, which lifts their frequencies and makes them stop it.
By the end of the conflict, everyone will exist and think on a slightly higher frequency than before the conflict or if the conflict had never occurred.
If you want a leader, look in the mirror. Don’t think you’re powerless to effect change in the world. YOU are a powerful co-creator, who can direct thoughts of peace and unconditional love to wherever they’re needed.
You are here to be a change agent, to take heart-centered action, to reject evil, reject terrorism, reject materialism, reject egotism, and become more aligned with working together, and loving and caring and sharing in a progressive way. The Aquarian Age is here now and accelerating forwards through us (not through our politicians).
Eventually, humanity will outgrow the need for conflict and war. All is choice. We are here to learn how to choose, and to choose how to learn.
Addendum Nov. 18, 2016: “You are going to have masses of people disavowing your current structures. The masses are going to grow and grow exponentially until those who appear to be in a “position of power” no longer are. You are going to recreate and reconstruct your systems into higher vibrational structures.” – Nora Herold
Note: This post was modified from an earlier version (“What is the purpose of evil world leaders?”) published on October 15, 2014.
For more information, please see:
Guy Needler: Home – Guy Steven Needler | The Dawn of a New Age of Science (new website) & 5 books: The History of God, Beyond the Source – Book 1, Beyond the Source – Book 2, Avoiding Karma, The Origin Speaks, 2015 & Why the Source allows Suffering & Conflict | Guy Steven Needler & Ascension Process History and Q & A – YouTube
Nora Herold: Nora Herold – Home
Peter Watson Jenkins & Toni Ann Winninger: Talking with Leaders of the Past, 2008
Neale Donald Walsch: The Complete Conversations with God Books 1-3, 2005 & What God Said, 2013
Susan Watkins: Conversations with Seth, Book Two, 2006
Aaron Christeaan, JP Van Hulle & MC Clark: Michael: The Basic Teachings, 1988
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