“The Kremlin despot, after his physical end, briefly resides in the Hereafter. A short and difficult stay of a primitive soul in the divine kingdom. The sky seems to push this soul away. Swiftly drawn from the “earthly purgatory”, his crude spiritual essence is shot down with a lightning bolt towards our world. To incarnate in a body. With a new life destiny on difficult, even painful paths, he must atone for his dark karma. Not long after death, Stalin was reborn in a poor third world country. Furiously suffering his wretched crust of bread like a downtrodden, unloved porter. He works from morning to night at a port. The spiritual essence of the dictator again pushes for powerful realization. Old habits have not died. Driven by them, his blood boils. He insists on imposing himself on the other porters. He pounds his fist on the table. Screams, gets nervous.
“Punishment” is a chance to work on yourself. To deal with difficulties. In this case – far from the slippery allure of power. Hard lesson. Needed by his spiritual essence. Stripped of privileges, his attempts to maraud people in this and every subsequent incarnation are doomed. Uncompromising is the Cosmic Law of Justice. In the current life of a porter he has a large family. He is forced to feed him and his family with incessant, unbearable, poorly paid work. He cares for his loved ones, and before, tempted by his own ‘greatness’, he arrogantly neglected them.”