The Living Force
I suppose you commented in response to @hlat previous post, and if you well read, this was refering to a PAST event. With now 26y of discussions with the ones which were named "the C's", for one who closely read all the material (and discussions that follow), it"s normal and even logical to trust what they say, even more in regard to past events. If you want to use another word, replace trust by "be much confident in".I always find it worrying when people talk about what the C's say in absolute terms, as if reality and the future are set in stone. To me discussions then start veering off into dogmatism and starts sounding like people arguing what the Bible said on such and such.
Is this how the Cs transcripts are meant to be taken?
I read countless of time here in the forum and the books that the future is not fixed, didn't you read the same ? You ain't no more a "disturbance in the force"
Here's how i see it, in regard to Russia authorities : they would first conduct a fast analyse of the material, by a few people. The conclusion would probably be much positive with recommandation to dig further the subject, which would result in a second phrase, gather a greater group for analyse, with more people, reading all transcripts and books. Then, we could assume that the conclusions would be something like ... dunno which terms they would use but something like "an unexplainable truthful source of various information on our world, history, universe, ..., channelised by a group of people since 1994" with a, i would say, a good degree of priority (for strategic purposes) for the country to follow this source. But maybe it's already the case, i mean, for Russia, but that it does not come back to Poutine's ears if they judge is not needed to inform him about (?)I can still imagine how Putin personally would react to cooperation with someone like Cassiopeia, but what would the power structures, the government take it seriously? On the other hand, any useful information from any source can be taken into account, but decision making should be based on an objective assessment of the situation, simply because social supersystems should not be controlled through channeling.