Wolf Messing’s Extraordinary Psychic Gifts

Wolf Messing’s Psychic Gifts

Wolf Messing was born in 1899 in Poland. He is a psychic, magician and prophet without equal. Wolf Messing is truly an unsolved mystery of the 20th century. It is extremely important for this generation of the 21st century to know the enormous possibilities of the human mind through this incredible human being. He was almost a Himalayan in the natural gifts he possessed. possessed and was able to explain to the listening world

He was the man whose prophecy struck fear into Hitler’s heart and whose supernatural abilities were admired by Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein, and even by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.

As a child, he memorized the entirety of the Talmud, the main Jewish religious text after the Bible, when he was only six years old.

From an early age, Wolf exhibited extraordinary talents. One of them was an uncanny ability to predict future events, read the thoughts of others, and find hidden or lost objects.

As a teenager, Messing decided to travel west to Berlin, the cultural capital of Prussia and the German Empire, to seek his fortune. He boarded the first train he could find and slept under the chair to avoid the ticket inspector, since he couldn’t pay his fare.

But the inspector eventually found out and demanded a fine. Wolf then picked up a piece of newspaper from the ground and handed it to the man. The inspector punched him paper and said, “You’re a stranger, aren’t you? Why hide when you’ve got a ticket.”

This was the moment when the young wolf realized his power to manipulate others and change their behavior through the power of suggestion. Wolf was associated with a circus and toured extensively in Europe. His performances captivated millions of viewers across the continent and he became a celebrity.

In his performances, Messing could find hidden things, read minds, predict the future, and use the power of suggestion, all of which

it was done without carelessness or the support of invisible hands. What the audience witnessed was not only ordinary tricks, but rather his amazing skills at work.

The Messing phenomenon even aroused great curiosity in the renowned scientists Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein. Both men decided to test Messing’s skills.

Without saying a word, Freud conveyed a thought to Messing. The psychic then left the room, picked up a pair of tweezers, and returned to pluck exactly three hairs from Einstein’s mustache, which turned out to be exactly what Freud was thinking. They were both in awe and deeply intrigued by this mysterious man.

Messing’s famous prophecy reached Hitler. “If Hitler declares

war in the East, only death awaits him.” Hearing these words, Hitler was enraged and announced a reward of 200,000 Reichsmarks for Messing’s head. After the Nazi invasion of Poland in 1939, he was persecuted by the Gestapo. He was forced to flee to the Soviet Union.

In the Soviet Union, he continued his career as an entertainer and his reputation as a clairvoyant and telepath grew more and more. Deeply impressed by the legendary tales of Joseph Stalin, the Russian dictator decided to put him to the test.

For the test, Messing was challenged to perform the first one.

“psychic bank robbery”. In accordance with the dictator’s order, Wolf entered the Moscow Gosbank alone and unarmed.

At the state bank, Messing approached the teller and handed him a blank sheet of paper. He sent a thought to the teller making the bank employee believe that he had just received a check for 100,000 rubles. no questions no hesistation the cashier went to the bank safe, came back and gave wolf the designated amount. Soviet agents and plainclothes spies staring at him all the while dumbfounded.

Stalin then arranged another test for the great psychic. He asked Messing to visit him at his dacha (country house) in Kuntsevo, which was one of the most fortified places in Russia in those days.

The next day, without any prior permission, Messing easily passed all the security checks and entered Stalin’s room directly. When Stalin looked up, he saw a man standing in front of him, who was none other than Wolf Messing. The Soviet leader was in awe of the Polish magician and demanded to know how he had accomplished this feat.

Messing calmly explained how he had used his powers of suggestion to convince Stalin’s guards that the psychic was actually Lavrentiy Beria, the feared head of the Soviet security and secret police.

Until his death in 1974, Wolf Messing’s incredible genius and uncanny ability to influence reality created an aura of mystery and intrigue around him. There are many Russians today who still believe that he was a true mystic, blessed with some kind of supernatural power.



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