Godse to Gandhi’s heirs

Tags: Godse to Gandhi’s heirs, Gandhi’s heirs, Godse, Gandhi and Shastri, CIA’s Eye


Gandhi and Shastri both shared a common birth day- the Oct 2. Both passed away in the same month January. Mahatma Gandhi killed by Godse. But who are contract killers of Netaji Bose, Shyama Prasad Mukherji and Deen Dayal Upadhyay? 


Why murder of Dr. Chugh and his whole family?

The Ministry of External Affairs has already said no post-mortem was conducted in USSR. The Central Public Information Officer of the Delhi Police in his reply dated July 29, 2009 said, “no such record related to the death of the former prime minister of India Lal Bahadur Shastri is available in the district… Hence, the requisite information pertaining to New Delhi District may please be treated as Nil.”

Author of the book ‘CIA’s Eye on South Asia’, Anuj Dhar had filed an RTI application, carrying eight questions, with the Prime Minister’s Office.

The PMO answered only two questions of the RTI application saying it has only one classified document pertaining to the death of Shastri which is exempted from disclosure under the RTI Act. It sent rest of the questions to Ministry of External Affairs and Home Ministry to answer.

The MEA said only document from the erstwhile Soviet Government is “the report of the Joint Medical Investigation conducted by a team comprising Dr R N Chugh, Doctor in-Attendance to the PM and some Russian doctors” and added no post-mortem was conducted in the USSR.

The Home Ministry referred the matter to Delhi Police and National Archives for the response pertaining to any post-mortem conducted on the body of Shastri in India.

Dhar ,  who has launched a website endthesecrecy.com to lobby for declassification policy along the lines of the US ?also asked if India had any information given by the Soviets. The home ministry is yet to respond to queries


By Premendra Agrawal


Read Book by clicking here: Silent Assassins of Lal Bahadur Shastri, Jan 11-1966











Manmohan bats for Rahul’s 2014?

PM Dr Singh bats for Rahul Gandhi 

The Congress-led UPA is all set to retain power at the Centre in the Prime Minister ship of Dr Manmohan Singh. While Sonia Gandhi made it clear that Manmohan Singh remains the party’s choice, the incumbent PM said he will try his best to get Rahul Gandhi into the cabinet. The Congress, the BJP and the Left front, the three big political camps, were talking and plotting with regional parties a day after general elections ended and exit polls predicted a hung Parliament. 

UPA is crowd of power-grabbers, manipulators and pseudo-secularists. 

Pseudo-secularists are talking of ‘secular alliance,’ ‘secular coalition,’ ‘secular forces’ and ‘secular government. 

Left sings ‘non-Congress & non-BJP’ song 

Left leaders including Karat and Yechury said that the Left is working for Non-Congress Non-BJP Government at Centre. To deceive the people, Congress just fought against the Left in West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura but in the Centre they were and further want to be supplements of each other. 

Who governed and will govern the country from back door without accountability 

The Left and Sonia governed the country from back door without accountability against democracy and constitution. Now Left has no role to do in the next government forming.

Pseudo-seculars present BJP as Ghost before Muslims 

The Indian Union Muslim League party is a classic case of the ‘secular’ notions generated by the English media. No one can name a single non-Muslim member of the IUML? For all its opponents in the political and media world, the BJP is ‘communal’ because it projects Hindu culture and Hindu aspirations while being the only one to simultaneously promise ‘Justice to all with appeasement of none.’ Columnist Saeed naq vi wrote in an article:” Hubbe Ali kam; Bughze Muawiya zyada. They are in the game not because they love Ali (read, the Congress) but because they hate Muawiya (BJP) more. 

Left against Manmohan 

Sonia Gandhi is the boss of so called UPA. Sonia with Congress and other 10 Janpath loyalists for the Congress is grooming Rahul Gandhi for the next PM, most probably for 2014. So here is the possibility for sacrificing Manhohan Singh for the sake of Rahul Gandhi’s 2014 any time. Sonia greatly values.Manmohan Singh’s integrity and loyalty, and knows that Dr.Singh would willingly step aside if she ever asked him to, for her child Rahul Gandhi. For this, Rahul and Sonia proposed his name for the prime ministerial candidate. 

Swarajya rightly commented in my previous article:” UPA comprises of all opportunists and back stabbers. They play the most nasty drama……”

Leonid Shebarshin and Tashkent Accord



Vladimir Shebarshin started his career in the shoe factory “Paris Commune”, in 1931 joined the Communist Party (Bolsheviks), was sent to work in the Soviet fishing trade. In 1941 he was drafted into the army, served in the artillery, discharged in 1945 with the rank of sergeant.

After graduating in 1952 from high school with a silver medal, LV Shebarshin enters the Indian branch of the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies. In connection with the closing of the institute in 1954 transferred to 3rd course of Faculty of Oriental Studies MGIMO.

In 1957 he married another classmate, a student of the Chinese Branch Nina Vassilyevna Pushkina.

Upon graduation he sent in October 1958 to work as a referent of the USSR Embassy in Pakistan. In 1962 he completed the trip to the post of 3rd secretary of the embassy and was taken to work in the department of South-East Asian Affairs of the USSR.

Also in 1962 was invited to go to 1-e Chief Directorate (foreign intelligence) KGB and began a new career in the rank of second lieutenant and security officer positions.

After a year training in intelligence school, was sent to work in Pakistan under diplomatic cover.

The importance of Pakistan for intelligence at the time determined by the participation of the country’s military-political blocs CENTO and SEATO, close ties with the United States, the conflict relations with neighboring India and rapprochement with China. Extraordinary interest is the large American colony in India – military advisers, diplomats, spies, journalists, etc. Acquisition sources in U.S. facilities was the most important task of all foreign residencies of the KGB, and in this context was given to Pakistan is not the last place.

In 1965 he broke the Pakistani-Indian war. At the initiative of the Soviet Union, leaders of the warring parties Pakistani President Ayub Khan and Prime Minister of India, Shastri met in January 1966 in Tashkent. Tashkent conference was a major diplomatic success of the Soviet side, and presided at her Kosygin. For contribution to the preparation of the conference LV Shebarshin was promoted to the post. In the service characteristics indicated that LV Shebarshin “achieved concrete results in the recruiting work.” This clerical language means buying agents in the intelligence penetration of objects.

In 1968 Shebarshin returned to Moscow, is a year-long training courses to improve managerial staff and in early 1971, sent as a deputy KGB resident in India, and in 1975 appointed a resident.

During this trip there was another Indo-Pakistani War, which ended the dismemberment of Pakistan and the creation of Bangladesh, a state of emergency in India. Close attention required activities of American representatives in India, for decades the United States remained the main opponent of the Soviet Union and the main object of the aspirations of the Soviet intelligence. Emergency importance in that period were India’s relations with China. Job residency on the key areas were assessed positively by the Center and the political leadership of the USSR.

In April 1977 a six-year trip to India ended, and in late 1978 Shebarshin received orders to prepare to work in Iran. Intelligence predicted the fall of the monarchy in Iran is coming true – the Shah Reza Pahlavi in January 1979, running for the border, returned to their home country the spiritual leader of the opposition, Ayatollah Khomeini, has received national recognition the title of “Imam”. The collapse of the monarchy marked an unprecedented intensification of the internal political struggle, degenerated into armed clashes and numerous acts of terror, undertaken by all contending parties. Losing a loyal ally and client – Shah, tried to regain its position in Iran, the United States, stepped up the opponents and supporters of the Soviet Union. In November 1979, students – the followers of Imam line “taken by storm the U.S. Embassy and hostage-taking of American diplomats, Iran’s relationship with the U.S. are broken. These, however, does not mean changing the situation in favor of the USSR. The Iranian leadership was determined to prevent the growing influence of its northern neighbor. The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 has led to a noticeable cooling of the Iranian-Soviet relations and the reason for the repeated attacks on the Soviet embassy.

Residency suffered losses, the conditions for work with sources were extremely complex, yet Moscow has received accurate and timely intelligence information.

In 1982 there was the worst event in the life of a scout Shebarshin – treason. He escaped through Turkey to the West on a false British passport residency officer K. (as it turned out later, the traitor was recruited by British intelligence in the shah’s time, and panicked the danger of exposure, ran). The consequences of betrayal was partly contained, a few sources, which could tell the traitor, were withdrawn from the blow, but the moral and political damage was great.

Whatever the causes and circumstances of incidents, the resident is fully responsible for everything that happens at the station. On the flight AK was reported to Brezhnev. “Well, – said Leonid Ilyich – is a war and a war without the loss does not happen.”

In 1983, L. Shebarshin returned to Moscow for a few months in the headquarters unit under the chief of the PGU VA Kryuchkov, and then appointed deputy chief of information-analytical department of intelligence. In 1984 Shebarshin, accompanying VA Kryuchkov, went on mission in Kabul belligerent. Until mid-1991 he had to commit more than 20 missions in Afghanistan, to become intimately familiar with the leaders of the country B. Karmal, Najibullah, Keshtmand etc.

In 1987, L. Shebarshin appointed deputy chief of PGU KGB and manages intelligence operations in the Middle East and Africa.

In February 1989, replaces VA Kryuchkov, appointed by the Chairman of the KGB, as Vice President – Head of the 1 st Chief Directorate of the KGB of the USSR. Rising to the rank of lieutenant general.

In September 1991, as a result of differences with the new leadership of the KGB submits a report on the resignation and dismissed from military service.

At the end of that year, together with his colleagues and friends – former chief of analytical department of the KGB, Lieutenant-General N. Leonov and former Vice-President – Head of the Main Directorate of the KGB in Moscow and Moscow region, Lieutenant-General V. Prilukovym establish AO Russia national office of economic security. ”

LV Shebarshin awarded the Order of the Red Banner (1981), Red Star (1970), the medal “For Military Merit” (1967), an “honorary member of the State Security” (1972). His name is immortalized in the museum’s Foreign Intelligence Service.

Passion since childhood – books in recent years mostly memoirs and Oriental literature. Favorite book – “Summer of the Lord” Shmelev and “White Guard” MA Bulgakov. Published book “Hand of Moscow”, “From the life of the Chief of Intelligence,” “The Chronicles of stagnation.”

Playing tennis and loves to watch football.

Lives and works in Moscow.

By Premendra



Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon, probably in Jan 1912


Kremlin banquet and Shastri’s murder




Russian Prime Minister mediated between Pakistan President Ayub Khan and Indian Prime Minister lal Bahadur Shastri at Tashkent from January 4 to 11, 1966. Both agreed to sign an agreement at 4 pm on January 10, 1966. After that a great banquet was held by the host country Soviet Union. At that time Kremlin Banquet Chief (Head cook) was Ahmet Sattarov. After coming back from the  banquet to his dacha, Lal Bahadur Shastri was found dead in his bed room in a suspicious condition. Time of Shastri’s death was 1.32 A.M. in the night. just after two hours around 04 A.M. early in the morning Ahemet Sattarov ….. arrested by KGB. It was suspected that Shastri was poisoned. But there after …..released by the arresting Russian authority. Later it was declared that reason of Shastri’s death was Heart attack. It was declared without doing postmortem, though death body was bluish in suspected condition. People even today suspect that Shastri’s death was due to heart attack by poison. Kremlin was probably the centre place for the mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri because arrested chefs (cooks0 were sent from Kremlin to Tashkent.


Importance of the Kremlin is not less than the White House of United States and White Hall of the Britain governments. The word “Kremlin” was first recorded in 1331. http://www.newsanalysisindia.com/post/Kremlin-banquet-and-Shastris-murder.aspx

Moscow’s  Kremlin (Russian: ?????????? ??????, Moskovskiy Kreml), sometimes referred to as simply The Kremlin, is a historic fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River (to the south), Saint Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square (to the east) and the Alexander Garden (to the west). It is the best known of Kremlins (Russian citadels) and includes four palaces, four cathedrals, and the enclosing Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. The complex serves as the official residence of the President of Russia.

The name The Kremlin is often used as a metonym to refer to the government of the Soviet Union (1922–1991). It is still used in reference to the government of the Russian Federation. Kremlin is a seat of Rissoam power. “Kremlinology” referred to the study of Soviet policies.


Kremlin in Soviet Union

The Soviet government moved from Petrograd to Moscow on 12 March 1918. Lenin selected the Kremlin Senate as his residence, and his room is still preserved as a museum. Stalin also had his personal rooms in the Kremlin. He was eager to remove from his headquarters all the “relics of the tsarist regime”. Golden eagles on the towers were replaced by shining Kremlin stars, while the wall near Lenin’s Mausoleum was turned into the Kremlin Wall Necropolis.

The Chudov Monastery and Ascension Convent, with their magnificent 16th-century cathedrals, were dismantled to make room for the military school and Palace of Congresses. The Little Nicholas Palace and the old Saviour Cathedral were pulled down as well. The residence of the Soviet government was closed to tourists until 1955. It was not until the Khrushchev Thaw that the Kremlin was reopened to foreign visitors. The Kremlin Museums were established in 1961 and the complex was among the first Soviet patrimonies inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1990.

Although the current director of the Kremlin Museums, Elena Gagarina (Yuri Gagarin’s daughter) advocates a full-scale restoration of the destroyed cloisters, recent developments have been confined to expensive restoration of the original interiors of the Grand Kremlin Palace, which were altered during Stalin’s rule. The Patriarch of Moscow has a suite of rooms in the Kremlin, but divine service in the Kremlin cathedrals is held irregularly, because they are still administrated as museums.


By Premendra Agrawal

Please wait, the bookon Shastri’s assassination written by Premendra 

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Lost Shastri lost Abhimanyu



World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy

You (shastri) said we need to talk

Ayub walked you said sit down

It was just a talk just a talk

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy



Shroud smiled cunningly back at you

You stared politely right on through

Some sort of window to your right

Between the lines of fear and blame

You began to wonder why you came

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy



Why you came, you came to Tashkent

World powers suggested, suggested

Poisonous conspiracy was going on

Where did Shastri’s team went wrong

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy



We would have stayed up with you all night

Had we known how to save Shastriji

They said death was due to heart attack

We say heart attack by poison

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

They lost we lost Abhimanyu

World powers suggested, talk talk

Conspiracy to overlook conspiracy


By Premendra Agrawal

Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon, probably in Jan 1912


Worried U S on Indian Nuke strength and killing of Shastri


Is this first time for U S to worry on India’s Nuke strength? US much worried even during 1965 war after receiving from CIA the report related to India’s Nuke strength. Who gave killing contract (supari) to the killer of Lal Bahadur Shastri?

1. TOI reported on Aug 28, 2009: US nuclear pundits feel the Indian establishment — political, scientific, or both in concerts – may be lining up to conduct more nuclear tests to validate and improve the country’s arsenal before the Obama administration shuts the door on nuclear explosions.

2. Is this first time for U S to worry on India’s Nuke strength? Documents related to CIA disclosed the ghost of India’s nuclear strength always remained in the White House as ghost of Lincoln still remains in the White House. 

3.’Soviet spy in Delhi was CIA mole’, what does it mean?

There were moles in PMO of mostly PMs including Indira, Rajiv & Narsimha Rao.


Had these reports give any clue on the killing of Lal bahadur Shastri?

Did CIA-ISI nexus execute killing contract (gave supari) to the Kremlin cook Ahmed Sattarov or else at Tashkent? Was lal Bahadur Shastri’s mysterious death due to heart attack by poison?


Spying on the Bomb

There is a book written by Jeffrey T Richelson under title “Spying on the bomb”. I remind the A.G. NOORANI’s review on this book on the context of the news of Aug 28, 2009 as mentioned above.     


The book is a comprehensive survey of U.S. intelligence on the bomb in countries including India, Pakistan, the USSR and Israel.

Another book of Thomas Powers, on the then Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director is also excellent. CIA had “an agent” in the Indian Cabinet. Anderson called him “a source close to Mrs. Gandhi”.

Detailed reports of the Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily Kuznetsov’s talks with “Indian officials” in New Delhi, on December 12, 1971, while the war was on, reached the CIA. How?

Anderson’s disclosures were lapped up. His conclusions did not cause a ripple: “The fact was that the CIA had penetrated the Indian government at every level and these `independent sources’ sent a steady stream of reports back to Washington on troop movements, logistics, strategy and even some of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s secret conversations” (emphasis added throughout).

The CIA reported from India as early as on October 22, 1964: “The Government of India (GOI) has all of the elements necessary to produce a nuclear weapon and it has the capability to assemble a bomb quickly. India does not plan to commence work on the bomb as yet because the GOI is convinced the CHICOMS [Chinese Communists] will not have an offensive nuclear capability for at least five years. In the meantime, should the situation change, India is relying on President Johnson’s assurances to come to the aid of any nation menaced by China.

Another cable reporting “Indian military views” in December 1964 is heavily censored. It remarked: “One consequence of an Indian program is that one more national state, India, could someday be able to attack the United States with nuclear weapons. In time, the Indians will gain access to rocket technology (perhaps through an earth satellite program) that would give them some delivery capability against us. Secondly, one more national state would have the capacity for starting nuclear actions with a fair chance of spreading and involving the United States.” The deletions are in the original. Evidently, some army brass talked freely to American diplomats or CIA agents. “..

The CIA reported on October 18, 1965 that it would take India a year “to develop nuclear weapons” after a decision to do so. “They could probably produce a weapon deliverable by the Canberra light bomber about two years after a first test.” India could produce “about a dozen weapons in the 20 KT range by 1970”.

A Special National Intelligence Estimate was produced three days later on “India’s Nuclear Weapons Policy”. Its opening page read thus: “The Problem: To estimate India’s nuclear weapons policy over the next few years. Conclusions: A. India has the capability to develop nuclear weapons. It probably already has sufficient plutonium for a first device, and could explode it about a year after a decision to develop one. [Paras 1-3]. B. The proponents of a nuclear weapons program have been strengthened by the Indo-Pakistani war, but the main political result has been a strengthening of Prime Minister Shastri’s position. We believe that he does not now wish to start a program and that he is capable of making this decision stick for the time being. [Paras 4-14]. C. However, we do not believe that India will hold to this policy indefinitely. All things considered, we believe that within the next few years India probably will detonate a nuclear device and proceed to develop nuclear weapons [Paras 15-20].” In 1974 the prediction came true.

In 1966, the U.S. Embassy was directed to keep a close watch on nuclear-related activities. Pokhran I in 1974 came as a humiliating shock to the CIA. Its Director asked “the Intelligence-Community Staff to assess” its own performance. How far was Pokhran I anticipated “both in a technical and political sense”. The Report, produced in July 1974, is drastically cut. As ISI came as a humiliating shock

In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson directed an all-out effort to get intelligence on India’s nuclear programme. The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi was very active in reporting the developments. It was the same story in Islamabad. “It did not take such secret intelligence to keep the Indian nuclear weapons problem in front of key decision-makers such as President Richard Nixon, or his national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. Kissinger had been cautioning Indira Gandhi against a test since 1970, when press reports suggested, prematurely, that India was considering conducting a nuclear test. The State Department, then under the command of William Rogers, informed India that employment of the plutonium from the CIRUS reactor for a test would be considered a violation of India’s pledge of peaceful uses of the heavy water that had been provided by the United States.

CIA failed to predict Pokhran I and Pokhran II. Like this ISI also failed to locate the movement of Indian forces at the time or 1956 war.

Success and unsuccessful of CIA on the follow-up of India’s Nuke strength is always worried to the United States. Ghost of India’s Nuke strength always oppressed to the America as Lincoln’s ghost in the Whitehouse.


Analysis by Premendra Agrawal


Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon………..

Shastri as Abhimanyu in Chakravyuh






Following is the translation of lyric of Hindi movie”Abhimanyu.  As Abhimanyu was in Chakravyuh of Mahabharat,  Lal Bahadur Shastri was also in Chakravyuh at Tashkent. This lyric was written by Sameer.


Understand only this much

Duryodhan is in every step

Understand only this much

Now….Now ….Now ….Now

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu


If there would be Mahabharat

Then Krishna will come cetain

If there would be Mahabharat

Then Krishna will come certain

Lessons of that Gita

Again will be repeated

Bhism Exam is this

Promise of the Arjun

Nobody would know

What intention is your

Now….Now ….Now ….Now

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu

Abhimanyu ……Abhimanyu


World is chakravyuh

And time is Abhimanyu

World is chakravyuh

And time is Abhimanyu

Duryodhan is on every step

By Premendra


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Hungarian airmail stamp on Lal Bahadur Shastri




Hungarian airmail stamps with face value of 5 forints, published in 1955, caused a considerable stir among philatelists. Mark dedicated to the 20 th anniversary of the aluminum industry in Hungary, in connection with which it was printed on specially manufactured thin aluminum foil. This idea has subsequently been used in other countries. Aluminum is not, however, the only non-typical material used for printing stamps. In Poland, on the occasion of 400 anniversary of the Polish Post was released a special unit, printed on fine silk. Overseas taken more and more attempts to expand the range of materials for the printing of stamps, but most stamp collectors are not very sympathetic consideration to such diversions.


In early 1966 took the Tashkent conference of Indian and Pakistan with the President of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, Comrade. Kosygin. The aim of the conference was the establishment of mutual understanding between India and Pakistan, what mediated conference organizer – the Soviet Union. The conference ended with complete success. The Indian delegation was led by Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, who died of a heart attack on Jan. 10, 1966 in Tashkent. In memory of this Indian statesman, a close ally of Jawaharlal Nehru, the Hungarian Post released a stamp with his portrait.


Postage stamps of Hungary for many years are of great interest among collectors, especially the younger generation. Stamps of this country are characterized, as a rule, an attractive theme, unpretentious but effective graphics and careful printing, often in bright colors. Some philatelists accuse the Hungarian-mail that almost every series she released simultaneously in tooth and bezzubtsovom variants, which complicates their collection. In general, however, the Hungarian stamps occupy many prominent collections. Therefore, they should pay a little attention.

By Premendra Agrawal


Book on mysterious death of Lal Bahadur Shastri written by Premendra, is coming soon, probably in Jan 1912

Astrology through Gemstone, Crystal ball

crystal ball

In Vedic astrology, gemstones have important role. It is believed that by wearing these prescribed gemstones we can overcome the obstacles. The cause of sorrowful period, lack of success can be astrological. Wearing a certain gemstone may turn the sorrow in happiness and turn failure life in the success.

Gems affect the subtle energy field, which emanates from every living thing, where our energetic and emotional habits, thought patterns, belief systems, and so on reside. The energy pattern of a gem directly affects one’s emotional and mental energies, and over a period of time this promotes long-lasting changes.

The present days are not different.


A crystal ball is a crystal or glass ball believed by some people to aid power to see into the future means crystal ball is a mean to predict future happenings. 

I recall three lines of a poem:

Oh, crystal ball, crystal ball
Save us all, tell me life is beautiful
Mirror, mirror on the wall


We are future oriented.  The leaders want to explore the future possibilities. This is the reason many Indian top politicians have come in the grip of Chandra Swamy and like others.

Dev Gowda is still dreaming to be PM as predicted by his astrologer.

Eclipse has religious and astrological importance 

Astrology, especially Mundane astrology (branch of astrology used to predict world affairs and world events, as opposed to individual’s events), uses eclipse as one of the most important tools for predictions.
Hindu temples remained closed and there would be fasting during Surya Grahan (Solar Eclipse) in India.

The best leaders are having been those who are the best observers of the human conditions. They just pay more attention than others around them.

When we stop, look and listen we are always amazed at all the possibilities.


Explore future possibilities

The leaders’ job is to think about the next project, further and further.

“Before a good wagon master rolled the wagon, he sent out the scouts to see what was over the horizon,” Joes said. 

What is next?

What is better?


The Fix’s Crystal Ball Predictions

Washington post: Starting way back in 1982, the Post’s Outlook Section has asked a group of political professionals and personalities to make their predictions about the outcome of the election.

Crystal-ball gazing aside: “Cities that support bio and cultural diversity, urban and biological ecology, provide sustainable public transport, as well as maintaining their cultural heritage — these are the cities that will be successful in the future,” says Kristina Dryza, a designer, strategist and writer who spent most of last year in Tokyo. Dryza’s own list of cities to watch includes Singapore, Mexico City, Istanbul, Pune (India) and San Francisco.

“In 2050, Tokyo will be more integrated to the greater Asia Pacific region and highly robotized,” she says.

The emergence of China and India and their economic capitals, Shanghai and Mumbai, is an obvious challenge to Tokyo’s role in the region. But their dominance is not inevitable, and Tokyo has a card that they’re unlikely to be able to trump: livability



At present in America Magic shops are fruitful and prosperous. Charlatans, as always, were in abundance.


Example of American Jane Dixon (nee Pinkert)

At least twice, Jane advised President Roosevelt. During their first meeting, in November 1944, Roosevelt, chained to a wheelchair, said: «Tell me straight, how much time remains for me to finish started?» Jane escape was not able to answer: «Six months, Mr. President, as may even less ».

Later, Dixon remembered the meeting: «Then the president asked an unexpected question: how to develop relations with America, Russia in the future, after the war? I replied that in the end they will become allies in the face of threats from red China. «Red China? – Peresprosil president. – But China is not red! We have no problems with it ». I looked into my crystal ball and say that I see absolutely certain: China will become a communist ». Five months after this meeting, 12 April 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, as predicted, and Dixon, passed away.

In addition to private interviews with the authorities, Jane Dickson sometimes issued their predictions for the entire country. Thus, May 14, 53 years old during the live television broadcast a talk show NBC she vglyadevshis in his crystal ball in front of millions of the audience said that the Soviet premier Malenkova in about two years, will succeed «people with oval face, green eyes and a small Barodka. Barbate will edit shortly. It replaces a low bald tolstyachok. And earlier in the space rises silver ball over and around the Earth, like blue, sits at the head of Russian leader ». Neither former U.S. Ambassador to the USSR Davis, participated in the transfer, nor the Soviet Ambassador Zarubin, who met with the sibyl on the following day, the prophecies did not believe.

    But after two years, the predictions have started to come true. In 1955, the Chairman of the USSR, was appointed «barbate» – Nikolai Bulganin, and in 1958-m «bald tolstyachok» – Nikita Khrushchev. And in a few years prior to 1964, Dixon has made yet another unexpected prediction: Khrushchev in the coming year will be removed from power. So do not expect even the future conspirators.

Here I am not suggesting ‘to believe or not believe’ on the prediction based on the crystal balls. I place the facts only.


Analysis by Premendra Agrawal

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