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Jul 11, 2016

Ten Year-old Girl Fights for Palenstinians’ Right (Video) – Real Goddess Never Afraid of Death –

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Ten Year-old Girl Fights for Palenstinians’ Right (Video) – Real Goddess Never Afraid of Death –
A girl I introduced as a goddess in the past seems to reach the age of 10. See her appearance and listen to her voice, and simultaneously feel how your chakras on the body surface react. You will feel that every chakra on the body surface is opened. It means that her spiritual evolution level is at least 5.0 or above.
In terms of spiritual evolution level alone, those who have reached such level are called Ascended Masters by Theosophy. However, Ascended Masters are humans. Famous saints in India such as Ramakrishna and Ramana Maharshi are called Avators (incarnation of God), but they are humans who have achieved enlightenment.
This girl is completely different from both of them. She is a real goddess, not a human. She has immeasurable courage because she has already achieved enlightenment at this young age and she is never afraid of death. She is protected by her unseen fellow deities. I believe that people of earth will grow together with her.

July 4, 2016
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Excerpt from the Japanese version of Sptunik – July 4, 2016 –

Ten Year-old Girl Fights for Palenstinians’ Right (Video)

Janna Ayyad from Palestina (10 years old) is fighting together with adults for the future of her country, TV “Russia Today” reports.

She chooses non-violence protest. Participating in demonstrations, she takes images of atrocities against Palestinians with camera and gives reports at the site in order to make more people know what is happening in the West Bank of Jordan.

She is an ordinary 10 year-old girl. She looks the same as her classmates, but actually she is not.

On a video, we see her try to approach to a crowd of demonstrators while her friends run away, feeling a sense of danger.

“I started to report demonstrations three years ago. At that time, there were not many reporters who talked about what was happening. Some friends of mine were killed and many were injured,” Janna, a 10-year-old girl, says.

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