To Harry and Grigory: remember this? Surely, you do.

Link to newspaper article.
(Thanks to the Tribune for sharing this online.)

“In mid-1943, Harry Hopkins faced a barrage of criticism from Republicans and the press that he had abused his position for personal profit. One congressman asserted on the House floor that British media tycoon Lord Beaverbrook had given Hopkins’ wife Louise $500,000 worth of emeralds, which Louise denied. Newspapers ran stories detailing sumptuous dinners that Hopkins attended while making public calls for sacrifice. Hopkins briefly considered suing the Chicago Tribune for libel after a story that compared him to Grigory Rasputin, the famous courtier of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, but was dissuaded by FDR.”
~Doris Kearns Goodwin

In the history of our lower dimensional, false reality, from the time of the great flood, amidst the countless stories born from the interactions and relationships of billions of souls on Earth, this episode between Harry Hopkins, the Chicago Tribune and Grigory Rasputin exists as one of the greatest examples of irony ever seen.

Why might that be?

In a previous incarnation, Harry Hopkins was Tsar Nicholas II.

Around and around we go, pawns recycled on a vast board, bent to the desires of “fallen angels” and dark forces, disconnected from our real selves and far from home…

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