Jelaila Starr

Integrating the Holocaust Emotional Block

Why is the Holocaust such a monumental emotional block? Why does this block seem to go emotionally deeper than the events themselves, though horrific, would warrant? Why did an event that only affected a small part of the world have such a worldwide impact that still haunts us today?

Why do the memories of the Holocaust, pictures of gas chambers, little children being torn from the arms of their parents never to be seen again, and the horror of medical experiments continue burning in the hearts and minds of millions of people long after the events occurred? Why are we not able to release it and put it behind us like so many other atrocities that have occurred in the course of mankind's sojourn on this planet? And why, fifty years later, is there still so much pain, anger, and hatred around it?

The answers, beloved ones, lie in the ancient past…and in the realms of the higher dimensions and the spirit world. I will explain.

The Spirit World Beyond Time

Long ago beyond time and space as we know it, and before Earth was created, there was a plan developed to create a planet where the extremes of polarity could be experienced. It was to be a "Grand Experiment" of free will, a place where souls could learn and experience duality without restriction. It would be a place where light and dark would come together to dance the dances of separation, and eventually, integration. In time that plan for that planet and that "Grand Experiment" manifested and became Earth.

Inherent in the plan for the "Grand Experiment" called Earth was a completion plan that called for the planet, and the people who chose to, to ascend into a higher state of consciousness at the end of the experiment. But to get to that higher state a way, or plan, had to be created to get there. We know it as the "Ascension Plan." This is where the Holocaust comes in… it was and is part of the "Ascension Plan." Let's continue.

Ascension by definition is the process of moving from one dimension to another through the many levels or overtones of each dimension. In order for Earth and its people to ascend to their destination, there must be something to integrate, something we can transmute to achieve enough frequency boosts to get our planet moving up through the dimensions. That something is known as dark energy (fear, anger, guilt, shame, hatred, etc). Dark energy is transmutable, and therefore, the fuel we use to spiritually evolve. And when packed into large blocks such as the Holocaust Block, that dark energy would present monumental opportunities for big frequency jumps.

The Ascension part of the Grand Experiment called for numerous large blocks that could be either brought forward from the past or created at the end time. The Holocaust was one of those blocks. Though begun in the ancient past, it was a block that was designed with a long timetable and whose culmination and real purpose would not be revealed until the end times. And just as planned, this has come to pass. We have reached the time for integration.

From Ancient Times to Now

As I discussed on the audio tape The Holocaust Emotional Block, there is a historical reason for the anger of the Nazis towards the Jewish people. And even though the truth about the Exodus, its real date, the identity of their god, and the identity of the people known as the Israelites is much different than what we have been told, the fact is that a massacre of many nations by one nation still took place. And the spiritual lesson that precipitated those events is still the lesson we must learn in order to integrate this block.

So let us look at the events that led to the Holocaust, 3500 years later, as we know them now. Over three millennia ago the Israelites were coming out of Egypt. They were on their way to the land of Canaan, the land given to their ancestor, Abraham. A god whom we are told was Jehovah or Yahweh led them.

When they neared the border of Canaan, they became aware that the land was occupied by other nations, one of which was the descendants of their ancestor, Abraham. There were seven in all with each one individually being larger than the Israelites.

Then, their god issued a command to destroy those nations. He assured them that he would deliver these great nations into their hands. And so it was. The Israelite armies invaded these nations, and one by one, murdered and massacred every man, woman and child in every one of those seven nations. They left not one person alive.

So why did they do this? Why would they exterminate perhaps a million or more people, people who had done nothing to them? It was because they feared that those nations would at some point rise up against them, and because they were much smaller in numbers, they feared that they would be destroyed. And why, after they had entered the "Promised Land", did their god command them not to intermarry with other tribes and in most ways, keep themselves separate from other peoples?

The latter question, though related, primarily pertains to the fears of their god, Jehovah or Yahweh, but for the sake of space, we will only look at the first question. We can explore their god's motives in another article.

So how is this massacre of the seven nations by the Israelites related to the Holocaust today? Well, those seven nations incarnated as the Nazis and their allies, which included those with anti-Semitic feelings in other countries in Europe.

The Israelites incarnated as the Jewish peoples who were caught up in the Holocaust. It is my understanding that only those Israelites, who did the killing, were involved in the Holocaust. Those who were not, the wives, children, and elderly of the Israelites were born in places where they were safe from the Jewish purge, or were born as the descendants. Therefore, today, just as before, the family members of the Israelite army were indirectly affected.

So what was the lesson the Jewish peoples wanted to learn? It was the lesson that separation from others, either through pushing people away or killing them in order to remain safe, will eventually draw to them the very thing they fear, abandonment and physical death, as in the case of the Israelites.

They killed the seven nations in order to safeguard their own, but as their history affirms, they have been overrun and their cities and temples destroyed many times. The Holocaust was just one of the worst cases of drawing this lesson to them because they drew the fear, anger and rejection of seven nations of souls they massacred before, this time.

What was the lesson the Nazis wanted to learn? It was the same lesson. They too, as the previous seven nations, needed to learn that when you attempt to destroy another group of people out of fear for your own survival, you will draw that fear to you and you will be destroyed. The Allied Forces eventually destroyed the Nazi regime and the 3rd Reich. The very thing the Nazis feared they drew to them. (One of the main premises used by the Nazis for exterminating the Jews was their fear of the Jewish people's power to control the government, financial and industrial sectors, which at the time of W.W.II, they did. It was really not about creating a pure Aryan race; that was a front for the real reason.)

So, in essence, the Nazis felt that if they could destroy the Jewish peoples they would be destroying their hold on the monetary, financial and industrial power of Germany and Europe. Only then would they feel safe and able to survive. Just like the Israelites, 3500 years before, they saw the other side as a threat to their survival.

So we see that both sides were learning the lesson of separation and survival. Both sides experienced the consequences of exterminating others to survive.

What was the gift? The gift was the lesson learned. It was the opportunity to learn through experience that living in harmony, acceptance and understanding leads to the survival and safety of all.

he time has come for both sides to take responsibility for their actions and release the other from blame. The Holocaust block provides one of the greatest opportunities for individual and planetary spiritual growth. As each of us integrates the pain of the Holocaust Block within ourselves, we not only gain a frequency boost for our own ascension, we also gain a boost for the planet as well. Let us not allow the pain and suffering of those dedicated souls, who so valiantly played their roles, be in vain. Let's show our gratitude and appreciation by using the gift they have placed before us. The time is at hand, ascension is nigh. Integrate, take responsibility, release from blame, and love each other again.

In service,
Jelaila Starr
The Nibiruan Council

Author Info:

Jelaila Starr, author of We are the Nibiruans is an internationally known channel, teacher, and counselor. Through her lectures, workshops, and articles, Jelaila's message of compassion has touched the hearts of people around the world inspiring hope and understanding while providing solutions to some of today's most pressing challenges.

As a psychic/intuitive counselor, Jelaila works with individuals to assist them with emotional clearing, healing relationships, and DNA Recoding. Jelaila's unique approach enables her clients to clearly discover who they are, what they came to do, and how to achieve it. Jelaila can be reached at (816) 444-4364. Email: - Website:

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