How one woman transformed a city
It was 35 degrees below zero with a wind chill making it
closer to 55 below. We waited for 25 minutes before we deplaned
half a mile from the terminal. After what seemed like eternity
but only was about 10 minutes later, a double bus airport
transport pulled up. The military guard stood and the passengers
waited another 15 minutes huddled together for warmth. Nothing
I wore made any difference against the Siberian winter cold.
It seemed I was frozen almost completely through by the
time we shuffled into the bus and were transported to the
semi-heated airport terminal. I had been invited to Irkutsk
by a group of people I barely knew. Irkutsk is a city of
over one and a half million people and nestled on the frozen
plains of Russia near Lake Baykal in Siberia. One woman,
Maria, had attended one of my classes. I was not sure I
would even recognize her by sight.
During the endless lines I was at least partly warmed up
by the sight of a man holding up a copy of the book Holodynamics.
I waved in recognition. In a relatively short time, some
very robust beaming people, who had come to greet me, embraced
me. Their eyes were ablaze with excitement as a young lady
stepped forward and introduced herself as my translator.
"At last the father of Holodynamics has come to visit,"
she explained. "They are very excited that you are here
in their home city. They are so anxious for you to see their
Center." She turned and introduced Maria. I must admit I
only barely recognized her. She stood about five feet tall
and looked like a rather normal person, a little overweight,
who would not stand out in a crowd. Little did I realize
how truly amazing she was.
We packed ourselves into several cars and made our way
to a nice restaurant, much like one would find in any large
city. I remember sitting near the fireplace. I was so thankful
for the warmth. The conversation was wildly Russian with
a lot of laughter. My translator could not begin to keep
up with their enthusiasm. The translator kept getting so
involved in the conversation she would forget to translate
and we would all laugh when I would burst in attempting
to be an active part in the celebration.
After a leisure dinner we piled in the cars and the translator
explained they were going to visit the Holodynamic Center.
"A few guest had been invited who had a special interest
in Holodynamics." We drove right to the center of the city
and pulled up in front of City Hall. The step of the building
must have spanned over 100 meters in a gentle curve that
had been cleared of ice and snow. City Hall is a large contemporary
building made of Russian white marble.
A distinguished gentleman, with silver hair and wearing
a blue pin-strip suit, stepped out of the door to greet
us. He shook my hand and said in perfect English, "We are
extremely pleased to welcome you to our city. It is a great
honor that you have come." As we quickly huddled back into
the building to get out of the cold, my translator nudged
me and whispered, "He's the Mayor!"
Our heavy coats were gathered in the waiting room and the
Mayor ushered us through two beautifully carved double oak
doors each standing over 18 feet high. They led to the city
council room, an auditorium holding more than 300 people.
I saw at a glance there was not an empty seat in the auditorium.
As I stepped into the room the audience rose as one and
began a long ten-minute ovation. Finally the Mayor quieted
them down. By then we had moved to the central podium. I
was impressed at the beautiful d?cor of the place, very
modern, every detail finished with fine craftsmanship. He
spoke for only a minute and everyone rose and began clapping.
"He greeted them and asked how many of them have been helped
by Holodynamics!" the translator explained. Again he had
to quiet them. "I present to you Dr. Victor Vernon Woolf,
the father of Holodynamics." Again they stood and clapped.
"They have been waiting for two hours," the translator whispered
as I rose to my feet.
We spent an hour and a half together. I had been warmed
by their welcome and we discussed in some detail the principles
of Holodynamics and I brought them news about the outside
world. I thought the meeting was over as I thanked them
for inviting me and sat down. But Maria, the coordinator
for Holodynamic courses in Irkutsk, came over and whispered
in my ear, that some of them would perhaps like to personally
greet me and would I mind? I agreed and, as she announced
that they could personally greet me, almost the entire group
immediately scrambled to the front forming what they call
"a hug line" that went almost around the entire auditorium
and out the door.
This was no normal greeting. The first woman in line was
tall, big framed even for a Russian woman and she was dressed
in expensive clothing and wrapped in fine furs. Through
broken English she explained, "Dr. Woolf, I have had a liver
ailment. I am very wealthy and have traveled around the
world looking for something that could help me with my ailment.
I could find nothing. I even went to your Mayo clinic and
they could not help so I had given up and returned home.
Then here, in my home town, I found that person over there."
She pointed to Maria and continued. "Since then she has
taught me Holodynamics, I have been able to completely heal
myself. I am so grateful!"
She wrapped me in her arms, laid her head on my shoulder
and wept and wept shaking with gratitude. She was unwilling
to let me go. It was all I could do to keep from weeping
with her. Maria finally stepped forward and literally pried
her away from me. By the forth person, I wept openly right
along with everyone else. Such miraculous events were reported.
So many people so filled with so much joy.
Every person in the line had a similar story. Healings,
families miraculously reunited, new businesses started,
problems solved as a small team of people, trained in Holodynamic
principles, had taught others to access and transform their
holodynes. So many people had been helped in such a short
time that even I was amazed at their results. Their Holodynamic
Center was situated on the main floor of City Hall with
their office right next to the Mayor's. Much of the city
had become awakened to these new dimensions of consciousness.
They found a way to solve problems, heal disease, empower
potential, and create success in an environment that was
The reason I mention the people of Irkutsk is because similar
Holodynamic programs became active in over 100 cities throughout
the former Soviet Union and played a major role in the transformation
of the Soviet Union and ending the Cold War. It's beneficial
to know a little bit about how this came about in the past
so we can use it now in order to handle what's coming. It's
about information. Everyone will need this information in
order to establish sustainability in extreme climate change.
Holodynamic programs began in the 60's here in America
when the applications of the findings of modern science
were applied to solving individual problems. The results
proved to be so extra-ordinary that applications to more
and more complex problems soon led to transforming collective
consciousness such as drug abuse, mental illness, crime
and even transformation of corporations. In a matter of
a few short years, the solution to personal and relationship
problems expanded to community dynamics and international
relationships. People have used Holodynamics to solve some
of the most complex challenges on the planet because, by
definition, it includes the whole dynamic.
It seems that humans are built to find solutions to complex
situations and the ones we face today will take everything
we have to find solutions. Our situation is bigger than
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