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Wolf Messing

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Wolf MessingBorn in 1899 on territory belonging to the mighty Russian Empire, just outside of Warsaw, Poland, this otherwise unremarkable boy started presenting rather remarkable abilities. Abilities which would see him later hunted by the Gestapo and imprisoned, and the same abilities that would save his life and allow him to escape. What brought him to the attention of the Nazi Secret Police in the first place was that he predicted the death of Adolf Hitler and rather than keeping the information to himself told whoever would listen. He predicted that should Hitler invade Russia he would die. Of course this information did not sit well with the Nazis and he was arrested. Remarkably he escaped. Using his hypnosis skills he managed to convince his guards, the Gestapo personnel and the prison chief that a fortune in diamonds lay strewn across his cell floor. As they all fell to the floor to collect their fortune he simply slipped out of the cell and closed the door behind him.

No Refuge in Russia

After his escape he fled to Russia where he swapped Gestapo for KGB, the Soviet Secret Service. Stalin himself called for Messing’s abilities to be put to the test, and what a test they gave him. The commission that was set up to oversee the tests confirmed that armed with only a single sheet of blank paper, which he presented to the teller at the State Bank, managed to withdraw 100,00 roubles. Once he was in receipt of the money he handed it straight back to the teller, who almost passed out when he realised what he had just done. Another part of the test was to hold Messing within a KGB building. All personnel were given strict orders not to let him out of the room, and under no circumstances was he to be allowed to leave the building.  Somehow he not only left the room but also the very heavily guarded building too.

A Catalogue of Skills

Aside from his incredible powers of hypnosis, it was also claimed that Messing could read the thoughts of others, accurately predict the future and, if you gave him a copy of a biography could tell you what was written in it simply by looking at the photo of the person on the cover. He wanted the government to invest in research into the psychic abilities of the general population, and even offered to use his own money to fund the research but his requests were refused.

He grew rather solitary as he aged as he believed if he continued to listen to the thoughts of the other people, and living with the emotions that they projected around him, it would eventually drive him to madness. Sadly because of the Russian government refusing to allow any research into his abilities we will never know their true extent. Wolf Messing died alone, a millionaire in a soviet state. Sadly there was no one to whom the wealth could be passed as unlike his escape his family had not been so lucky and had met their deaths in the Nazi concentration camps. His money went to the state.


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