naturally. Hitler was a very good medium, he had great mediumisticcapacities, but he lacked intelligence and discernment. That being could tell him anything and he would swallow it all. That's what prodded him on littleby little. And that being would do that as a pastime, he didn't take life seriously. For those beings, people are very small things with which they play as a cat plays with a mouse, until the day when they eat them up.")
I knew that being very well (for other reasons ... the story would be too long totell), and once, I knew he was going to visit Hitler – I went before he did: I took his appearance, it was very easy. Then I said to Hitler, "Go and attack Russia." Idon't exactly remember the words or the details, but the fact was that I told him,"Go ... In order to have the supreme victory, go and attack Russia." That was theend of Hitler. He believed it and did it – two days later, we got the news of theattack.
And then, the next day, that is, when I came back from Hitler, I met that being and told him, "I've done your job!" Naturally enough, he was furious!But all the same, in that consciousness, there is with that being (the Lord of Falsehood, one of the first four Emanations), there is despite everything a verydeep relationship, of course. He said to me, "I know, I know I will be defeatedeventually, but before my end comes I will wreak as much destruction on earth asI can."Then, as I told you, the next day, the news of the attack came, and that wasreally the end of Hitler.As for Sri Aurobindo ... (you know that there is a place in Russia where theywere defeated
), Sri Aurobindo had foreseen the defeat and had worked the night before, and that's how it happened – we knew ALL THE DETAILS.We never told this, of course, but it was perfectly precise.But I knew that being, I had already seen him in Japan – he called himself "theLord of Nations." And he really was a form of the Asura of Falsehood, that is, of Truth which became Falsehood: the first Emanation of Truth, who becameFalsehood.And he hasn't been destroyed yet.***
Then Mother prepares the aphorism for the next Bulletin:
108 – When he watched the actions of Janaka,
even Narada thedivine sage
thought him a luxurious worldling and libertine.Unless thou canst see the soul, how shalt thou say that a man isfree or bound?This raises all sorts of questions. For instance, how is it that Narada wasunable to see the soul?