In a book written in the 1970s, it was stated matter-of-factly that the young pop star Michael Jackson was the reincarnation of the musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Both missed out on a normal childhood, spending the entire time immersed in a punishing regime of practicing, touring and performing, all imposed by a strict father. Despite periods of great financial success, both were prone to extravagant over-spending and later struggled with debt.
I initially thought there would be little or no physical similarity between Mozart and Jackson. I also then learned that Michael Jackson used a very intriguing alias when he contributed a song (Happy Birthday, Lisa) to an episode of The Simpsons. So, all this inspired me to gather some pictures of the two and make some direct comparisons. A suggestion is that Mozart died as a result of his hypochondria and his predilection to taking patent medicines containing antimony.
Here (below) is a comparison between the death mask and a weirdly similar 3D scan of MJ’s face. So, if this apparent reincarnation from Mozart to Michael Jackson is valid, then this one soul has managed to become both the greatest musical composer the world has ever known and the most popular musical entertainer on the planet. Anyway, the terms 3rd level Mature and 5th level Mature refer to stages in a soul’s evolutionary development.
Now each stage consists of seven distinct growth steps (making 35 steps in all — see table below).
I have recently come across the work of past-life researcher Walter Semkiw who consults a spirit guide through well-known medium Kevin Ryerson.
Eston Hemings, born a slave, was granted freedom at the age of twenty-one by Jefferson’s will. Eston Hemings was of a light bronze color, a little over six feet tall, well proportioned, very erect and dignified; his nearly straight hair showed a tint of auburn, and his face, indistinct suggestion of freckles. It was once remarked that the bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson in Washington looked just like the mulatto-coloured Eston in the flesh.
It also looks like this life, if we assume it was a past life of MJ, could have developed this soul’s great love of dancing. In addition to receiving the information about Eston Hemings Jefferson, Walter Semkiv was told that Michael Jackson had a previous incarnation in seventeenth-century Europe as the French musician Charles Coypeau d’Assoucy (1605-1677), shown right. Then at the 4th level, the soul will consolidate such experiences into a joined-up understanding of what life is now about. Obviously this author hasn’t much awareness of reincarnation or he would not be so surprised at the reincarnation of a talented musician into the body of a talented musician. Hate to burst your bubble but the great jazz musician Herbie Hancock is the reincarnation of Mozart not MJ.
Let’s admit it, Mozart was never described as a stage entertainer or performer in his lifetime whereas the past life incarnation of MJ as Charles Dassoucy definitely hits the nail on the head in this aspect.
Barry, by the way, I wanted to comment about the Michael 3D head scan, that was used above to compare with Mozart’s death mask.
Laurel, you seem to know very little about the talents, skills, and accomplishments of Michael Jackson.
You might also refer to his albums’ liner notes, which credit him with instrumental performance on quite a few of his recorded songs. Martyrdom traditionally refers to an experience of suffering persecution, torture and death on account of one’s faith.
Before exploring martyrdom as a psychological mechanism, it is worth understanding martyrdom in this more traditional sense — though it turns out that the two aren’t really that different. The careful use of words can put a specific slant on a situation, shaping how it is represented in the minds of others, as well as in our own minds. Having martyrs in our ranks implies that we are fundamentally innocent victims while they are fundamentally evil oppressors. Once the power of influencing perceptions is understood, martyrdom can also be sought deliberately for propaganda purposes, rather than simply endured as unjust cruelty. Despite the fact that most religious persons (including Muslims) do not consider suicidal acts of terror to be valid cases of martyrdom, the term is used routinely by those using it as a form of propaganda. In the psychological sense, a person with a martyr complex is one who routinely talks about, emphasizes, exaggerates and even creates his own suffering in an attempt to make someone else appear guilty and blameworthy.
Instead of exercising their personal power, an individual with overwhelming martyrdom will persistently act as though their power had been deliberately taken away from them.
In more mature versions, the individual may be conscious of their martyrdom streak and try to turn it into something positive, such as publicly suffering for a worthy social cause. In the case of martyrdom, the positive pole is termed SELFLESSNESS and the negative pole is termed MORTIFICATION. If an individual with a streak of martyrdom is relatively self-aware and in control of their fears, their martyrdom can manifest in a more relaxed way as selfless commitment to what they see as a good cause.
In the case of martyrdom, the key negative experiences in childhood revolve around blame, victimisation, and being unable to do anything right in the eyes of the parents. For example, the child’s parents might blame the child for getting sick when times are already hard enough. This constant blaming and unreasonably punitive treatment might also contrast sharply with, say, how an older sibling is treated, or how other kids at school are treated by their own parents. Getting the love, care and attention which all children naturally crave seems to be an impossible task in this kind of setup.
Over time, if such experiences of unfair disapproval and oppression are fairly constant, the child comes to perceive others, or at least certain types of others such as authority figures, as fundamentally cruel and unfair.
Following these bad experiences and negative perceptions, the child also becomes gripped by a specific kind of fear. The child experiences a tension between believing that he is fundamentally worthless and feeling that he is always being unfairly blamed and punished. To do this, the martyr subconsciously attracts and sets up nasty problems for himself for which others can take the blame. A person with a chief feature of martyrdom has a habit of complaining about endless problems and blaming those problems on anyone or anything but himself. Blaming others or the world at large is a way of soliciting sympathy and avoiding the dreadful inner feeling of worthlessness.
For martyrs, the idea of taking responsibility for improving or correcting their own lives is anathema. It is important, though, that the suffering be seen as anything but self-inflicted or exaggerated. Those with martyrdom will find myriad ways to “tempt fate” in order to do something that will establish their worth once and for all. I grew to hate the nonsense the Catholic Church taught that suffering is the way to heaven, that self-sacrifice is a way of life. I think if we dropped pamphlet to those in Iraq, Iran and other home of terrorists, these people might wake up to the fact that they have worth and purpose in a different light than self-sacrifice.

Someone should do a case study on my sister in law who is an extreme martyr her whole life.
I keep loving my church, but as I give give give, my time, my money, my open door to my home just as I have been taught to do, it is just draining my soul. Agreed Steven I have given up alot due to Catholic brainwashing not only of me but those in my life.
The bottom line is he avoids taking responsibility and he justifies this by holding up the myth that others prevent him from doing so. That could backfire, of course, with him taking offense big time at your heartless lack of sympathy for his powerlessness (and I’m sure he can easily find good examples to prove his case.
The ideal solution is that he comes to see the light and gets that it’s all about his fearful avoidance of grown-up responsibility.
I think in the context of this article, what you describe would be the positive pole of Martyrdom, i.e.
No person should be made to feel "put down" by you; avoid hurting other hearts as you would avoid a deadly poison. Touch nothing that belongs to someone else (especially Sacred Objects) without permission, or an understanding between you. Respect the privacy of every person, never intrude on a person's quiet moment or personal space. Speak in a soft voice, especially when you are in the presence of Elders, strangers or others to whom special respect is due. Do not speak unless invited to do so at gatherings where Elders are present (except to ask what is expected of you, should you be in doubt).
The old people came literally to love the soil, and they sat or reclined on the ground with a feeling of being close to a mothering power. It was good for the skin to touch the earth, and the old people liked to remove their moccasins and walk with bare feet on the sacred earth. The birds that flew in the air came to rest upon the earth, and it was the final abiding place of all things that lived and grew.
This is why the old Indian still sits upon the earth instead of propping himself up and away from its life-giving forces. For him, to sit or lie upon the ground is to be able to think more deeply and to feel more keenly. He can see more clearly into the mysteries of life and come closer in kinship to other lives about him. Mozart had mastered his first keyboard piece just before his fifth birthday; he was the toast of Viennese society by age 7 and soon became a child star all over Europe. Mozart’s father believed that it was his God-given duty to exhibit his talented children throughout Europe, giving at least one performance a day, though this almost cost the boy his life on several occasions.
Mozart’s ambivalent attitude towards his father continued to dominate his private and professional life as an adult. However, I read that Mozart was described as small, thin and pale with large, intense eyes and a soft speaking voice which could be very powerful when required. Obviously, there are racial differences: Mozart was Caucasian, Jackson was African American.
In his final days, this was compounded by further prescriptions of antimony to relieve the fever he clearly suffered. Apparently, this 3D facial scan was made at Michael’s behest in 1996, when he was 37 years old.
Note how the features are in very close alignment — the corners of the mouth, for example. Each level of growth involves a unique learning experience, and that learning experience requires a whole lifetime to set up, undergo and assimilate. In which case, there must have been at least one life in-between when the soul underwent the fourth level. He initially pursued a trade in wood-working with his older brother Madison, another likely son of Jefferson’s. Rather, if this reincarnation case study is valid, then a soul who once chose to undergo a life as a hardworking popular musician in 18C Europe has recently undertaken another life as hardworking popular musician, this time based in America. As Mozart, that soul was at the 3rd level of the Mature stage (so I’ve read), while as Michael Jackson was at the 5th level of the Mature stage, the same as me as it happens. In the case of a soul at the 5th level of the mature stage, this means daring to present your deeper sensitivity and empathy to the world, even drawing attention to it. This is according to Walter Semkiw and the Spirit Guide Ahtun Re, who never gets its wrong.
Im a fan of both MJ and Mozart, i love them very much and i have always thought of the similarities that existed between both.
I’m both a fan of MJ and Mozart, and I’ve always made the parallel between the two! Jackson invited Frank to his home in Los Angeles’ Holmby Hills, told him he was working on an instrumental album of classical music and asked for help with orchestration. We all have the potential for feeling victimised, but in people with a strong fear of worthlessness, Martyrdom can become a dominant pattern. In the ancient world, for example, many Christians were hunted down and cruelly tortured to death by their Roman rulers, simply for being Christians.
In fact, committing a spectacular suicide as a sign of religious or political injustice seems like a worthwhile ambition to some. But some Muslim groups insist that by classifying the bombers as martyrs, their self-destruction becomes permissible because it is a form of self-sacrifice, and because it is honorable to die in battle against infidels.
Yet this is the very essence of martyrdom as a psychological syndrome or character flaw: the martyr complex. In this negative pole, there is a distorted (subconscious) belief that tremendous suffering is necessary, whether privately to atone for one’s sins or publicly to attract sympathy and pin the blame on others. Ideally, this is out of choice rather than just a performance, which is more often the case with martyrdom.
Typically, the child is constantly punished for getting it wrong, and constantly blamed for whatever goes wrong.
Or the parents might be intolerant of displays of anger, and regularly punish the child for showing the slightest hint of it—all of which merely breeds more outrage and resentment. For example, the child might have an older brother who can get away with anything, while she gets blamed even for the brother’s bad behaviour. In this case, the fear is of their own worthlessness—being of no value to anyone, being  nothing but trouble, being a terrible mistake.
His worst fear is that all the blame he receives is valid—he really is to blame for everything (after all, like all normal kids, he knows he is to blame for some things). It’s all the fault of his mother, his boss, his so-called friends, this society, the government, people in general, life, God. It is as if the martyr is saying to the world, “Look how much I am suffering, and through no fault of my own!

All negative personality patterns are like stuck records, and this one is stuck in a perpetual state of victimization.
Hence, the martyr will outwardly deny any responsibility for his own suffering, and always exaggerate the role played by others. Martyrdom can attract thankless families, wasting diseases, sabotaged careers, destructive personal relationships, in an almost constant search for the elusive “grail” of worthiness.
It is when it subconsciously dominates someone’s personality, however, that they are said to have a chief feature of martyrdom. The idea of worhipping someone being nailed to a cross and murdered for all the sins of everyone who hadn’t even been born yet is very messed up.
The underlying fear or panic, however, is a delicate area which he might be very unwilling to look at or acknowledge. We believe EVERYTHING is sacred from the largest mountain to the smallest plant and animal. Each morning upon rising, and each evening before sleeping, give thanks for the life within you and for all life, for the good things the Creator has given you and for the opportunity to grow a little more each day. Once a council has decided something in unity, respect demands that no one speak secretly against what has been decided.
All the races and tribes in the world are like the different colored flowers of one meadow.
To serve others, to be of some use to family, community, nation, and the world is one of the main purposes for which human beings have been created. Know those things that lead to your well-being, and those things that lead to your destruction.
Det ar ett flodande format vilket gor att texten hela tiden anpassar sig till den skarmstorlek, textstorlek och typsnitt du anvander. Eftersom textstorleken inte kan andras i en PDF sa avrader vi fran kop av e-bocker i PDF-format till en enhet med en mindre skarm. Michael Jackson was physically, verbally and emotionally abused by his father from a young age, enduring beatings and even whippings. Moreover, Jackson’s face was altered substantally over the years by his plastic surgery.
Although the Mozart connection was not confirmed, Semkiw has also been told (through Ryerson) that Michael Jackson had a nineteenth-century incarnation in the USA.
It was widely claimed at the time that President Jefferson fathered several children with her after his wife’s death. Today’s Herbie Hancock, in the meantime, was a child prodigy who played the piano at age 11 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
It is rather intriguing to see now I have the observer point to view things that I am no longer bound by just a human point and human view. It also serves as an inspiration to the faithful, contrasting the goodness and righteousness of the innocent underdog with the unholy injustice of an evil empire. Within these situations, not only can he attract sympathy as an innocent victim, but also he can finally, indirectly, express the anger for his original mistreatment. To end the suffering would scupper any chance of having the mistreatment acknowledged and all wrong-doers finally exposed.
The truth is I have worth without needing to sacrifice myself including my money, time or knowledge. She had emitionsl issues before but her martyrdom started when the surgery her father paid for failed.
Consider your thoughts and actions of the past day and seek for the courage and strength to be a better person. If the council has made an error, that error will become apparent to everyone in its own time. Give of your best food, your best blankets, the best part of your house, and your best service to your guests. Expect guidance to come in many forms; in prayer, in dreams, in times of quiet solitude, and in the words and deeds of wise Elders and friends. In that book, as well as in this revision, Doka and Martin explore the different ways that individuals grieve, noting that gender is only one factor that affects an individual's style or pattern of grief. E-bocker i EPUB-format ar anpassade for att lasas pa mobila enheter, t ex lasplattor och telefoner.
Om du redan har ett Adobe-ID sa registrerar du det i dito-appen vid nedladdning av din forsta Adobe-krypterade e-bok. If so, then it appears that this soul has for some reason relived a very similar life pattern.
However, he also credited his father’s strict discipline as playing a large part in his success. And if their comrades had stayed true to the faith despite all the suffering, then they might also be referred to as saints, meaning outstandingly holy individuals. And it is perfectly accurate that he refuses help because then he won’t be able to feel sorry for himself. Not only do we love, honor, and respect our Creator and our Mother Earth, but also every living thing. Respect demands that you listen intently to the ideas of others in council and that you do not insist that your idea prevail.
The book differentiates intuitive grievers, where the pattern is more affective, from instrumental grievers, who grieve in a more cognitive and behavioral way, while noting other patterns that might be more blended or dissonant. Indeed you should freely support the ideas of others if they are true and good, even if those ideas are quite different from the ones you have contributed. The most harmless and normal situation can be turned into a dire insult; facts are twisted, timelines adjusted to provide maximum victimisation.
It is about knowing and understanding that we are part of everything, and everything is a part of us.
A particular strength of the work is the emphasis placed on the clinical implications of the model on the ways that different types of grievers might best be supported through individual counseling or group support. He clearly wants to pull me into an argument when he’s feeling bad and will criticize any small thing to try to drag me in.
I just keep smiling and change the subject and refuse to be baited, but just by carrying on a normal life and a loving relationship with our children, I’m somehow offending him.
What it is we believe, and though I have given the above defintion to this day I still refer to the simple words of a departed loved one and teacher.

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