I know this is a fairly provoking headline. but the reason i chose this is because i watched the following video on youtube where a man asks this question to abraham (esther hicks). and they give a very insightful answer to this question. just wanted to share.


asked 22 Oct '12, 18:13

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@releaser99 - That's the Abraham "Hat Guy" video that has previously been spoken of: http://www.inwardquest.com/questions/56968#57043

(23 Oct '12, 05:19) Stingray

To answer the (admittedly rhetorical, it seems) question being posed in your title "have 6 million jews really attracted their own deaths?" the answer is Yes...every single one of them. It could be no other way.

I think what upsets many about these sorts of ideas is that they see people in the same physical location having the death experience all in the same way and they find it hard to accept because it's such a dramatic illustration of Law of Attraction in operation.

It's like when there are airline disasters or terrorist attacks and groups of people die simultaneously. It seems almost unbelievable to them that such a vibrational orchestration could happen so precisely...but it does :) ...because we are ultimately all connected at a broader level.

Look at how birds fly so elegantly together, or schools of fish swim in formation so precisely and you can see the Broader Connection clearly demonstrated.

School of Fish

Birds in Formation

If the same people had died but in different locations throughout the world and in different ways even if it happened at the same moment then most would have no problem accepting it :)

One of the major flaws in reasoning which prevents people from seeing the truth behind these "mass death events" is their fundamentally incorrect assumption that death is a bad thing and therefore anyone who is attracting their death must be doing something wrong.

Right now, I know very clearly of two people who are actively and positively preparing to die because they feel they've lived enough life and are ready to move on.

To most, the idea of getting ready to die is labelled as a "bad thing" but, to them, it's genuinely an inspired decision and I'm pretty sure they'll find a way to make it happen soon...perhaps even in some "mass death event" :)

Anyway, back to your question; I've written at some length about "genocide" ideas in Why did the victims of genocide in World War 2 allow themselves to be killed?


answered 23 Oct '12, 05:48

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edited 23 Oct '12, 05:50


thank you. that answer makes sense. a few years ago i watched a few interviews with jews that survived even in the gas camps. and they almost all had in common their positive outlook on life. like look at this 108 old woman who is interviewed by tony robbins. look how positive she seems and she tells exactly how she created the "i love life" vibrations inwardly that saved her at the time of the second world war. LOA in action.


(23 Oct '12, 06:11) releaser99

@Stingray- Pardon me, but I get the intuitive impression you are telling us you are preparing for your very own death?....:(

(23 Oct '12, 09:42) Nikulas

@Nikulas - Me? Not at all. I've got far too much stuff to play with in this physical reality. Perhaps in another 500 years or so, I might think again :) Is it possible to live forever, by manifesting that thought? . I'm talking about my (very religious) parents

(23 Oct '12, 09:54) Stingray

@Stingray please read this book: Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl http://www.amazon.com/Anne-Frank-Diary-Young-Girl/dp/0553296981 or watch this tv series if you can: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Diary_of_Anne_Frank_(TV_serial) and then reread the answer you gave to this question.

(23 Oct '12, 12:52) nima

@nima - In the @Stingray household at least; if during a discussion with my wife, rather than telling her what my point was, I instead told her to read a book first and then figure it out, I'm pretty sure I would soon discover a large handbag-shaped hole in my head :)

(23 Oct '12, 15:16) Stingray


(23 Oct '12, 18:53) Eldavo

@Stingray: Ok, if you don't have time to read a book I tell you my point in one sentence (I just want to see if I'm missing a point here): how do you compare a teenage Jewish girl who is enthusiastic and has lots of plans for the future with old people who have lived their lives and are now preparing to die?

(24 Oct '12, 04:26) nima

@nima - Thank you for sparing me the need to read a book in order to answer you :) To answer your question, the point is that no-one can decipher the vibrational intents that another person has for their life. To my parents, death is something they are really looking forward to right now. I can't understand it but, to them, it makes perfect sense. I don't know Anne Frank's reasons for her participation in the experience but, at some level within her being, she still chose to take part.

(24 Oct '12, 05:30) Stingray

@nima - I've heard of Anne Frank but never read the book. But are you saying that her joyous and liberating death experience, because all death experiences are, was not a vibrational match to her desire for freedom from her apparently confining life experience?

(24 Oct '12, 05:33) Stingray

@Stingray: I honestly don't know if her death was a vibrational match to her desire for freedom, but how can you be so sure it was. The thing I don't get about your point of view is the element of choice (in some level) in their death. You come to this world, your family attaches you a label "jew", for a few years you live like anyone else in the world and then someone thinks you need to die because of that label you didn't choose.

(24 Oct '12, 09:40) nima

@nima - All death is suicide - If any ideas you read from me make you feel "triggered" in your existing belief system, then ignore them. I don't have any particular agenda for converting anyone into believing this or that. I just state what I've found to be true and anyone who wants to read it can do so, and anyone who doesn't can read something else :)

(24 Oct '12, 11:34) Stingray

Well, ok then.

(24 Oct '12, 19:40) nima
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I watched a film a few years back called "Infinity" produced by Alberto Villoldo. In the movie, Alberto and other spiritual leaders, including Neale Donald Walsh,Brian Weiss, Robert Thurman,Greg Braden and others discuss this topic.What I found fascinating at the time was, We all agree to life contracts prior to our incarnations. In the movie they explain that every incarnate agreed to their LIFE,knowing full well that they would suffer horribly. But what truly surprised me was they all made this choice gratefully.Its my take from the movie they did this to further push the envelope,knowing that all their previous LIFE's Karma would be written off, so to speak. It"s my understanding that those souls are now coming forth as the NEW AGE children.The Indigo,Crystal and Rainbow children have all came forth with no previous karma,to help us all move forward faster. Really interesting film and well worth watching.Hope this helps. Love and Light.


answered 22 Oct '12, 21:21

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edited 24 Oct '12, 15:31


thank you. appreciate your answer.

(23 Oct '12, 06:13) releaser99

@Roy Sounds great - I'll check that out. Brian Weiss - many lives, many masters is one of my favourite new age books. Thanks Roy.

(23 Oct '12, 13:15) Catherine

@Catherine - Yes, me too. Loved that book.

(23 Oct '12, 17:10) Grace

Catherine I never read the book but I did get to see him live at the I Can Do IT conference in Toronto last year,quite an eye opener,thanks.

(23 Oct '12, 18:21) Roy

@Roy Thank you for bringing this documentary to my attention. I watched about half of it so far and am really enjoying what these people have to share. The lady who talks about encountering an angel in human form has some interesting things to say about what happened in the holocaust and why certain things may have happened. Someone also mentioned that Hitler himself may have had to reincarnate as one of the people he so viciously despised.

(24 Oct '12, 14:17) Cory

Here is the link for anyone interested: Infinity: The Ultimate Trip

(24 Oct '12, 14:20) Cory

Thank You Cory for adding the link,it is a very interesting film.

(24 Oct '12, 15:33) Roy
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No, because it is mathematically impossible. 6 million in 6 years = 1,000,000/yr = 2,740/day = 114/hr = 1.9 every single minute of every single day, 24/7 from the very 1st day of the war to the very last day. With the facilities the Nazi's had, this figure is an impossibility.


answered 23 Oct '12, 09:33

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