KGB’s archives revealed some secret documents in which Grigori Rasputin known also as the Mad Monk, announced that the world will end on August 23, 2013.
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11 pages of a top secret file containing documents written and signed by Rasputin, nicknamed by many the “Devil Monk”, came out to light from the KGB archives. American political scientist David W. Norvalk deciphered some of them and found that Rasputin predicted major events in Russian and humanity history. “In the remarkable document, Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin predicted the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 and the assassination of Tsar Nicholas and his family. He anticipated the emergence and dominance of Hitler, first moon landing and the collapse of the USSR “, says the researcher. “Soviet leaders kept these papers secret because Rasputin not only predicted the appearance of communism, but announced also its end,” said Norvalk.
In 2005, Jesus coming to Earth
According to his biography, Grigory Rasputin believed that the year of 2001 would be marked by a massive wave of suicides following certification of reincarnation theory by an European physicist. People would prefer to die with the hope of doing better in the afterlife. In 2003 a deadly virus escaped from U.S. laboratories would spread rapidly across the U.S. Many Americans would presumably panic and leave this country. Finally, the virus would be brought under control. In 2005, a dramatic change in the planet’s climate would occur. The same year, Jesus appears on Earth during a storm. It the summer of 2006, a sea monster in a lake in Scotland (Loch Ness) would make its appearance causing havoc until being swallowed by fire.
In 2013, fire to destroy Earth
Rasputin’s writtings go on with new revelations! In 2007, Islamic fundamentalists would seize power in Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Kuwait, forming a single block, opposing America. At the same time, Christians would take over the U.S. government. “Christian forces come together in a new crusade against the East that would last 7 years. A million souls were predicted perish in a single battle called ” the great slaughter”. It would be the greatest carnage ever recorded in history. World would end on 23 August 2013 when a fire shall devour all living things, then, the planet would face a graving silence “, the American researcher translated. “It’s hard to believe that these events will occur, but worrying is the fact that most things predicted by Rasputin came true so far”, David W. Norvalk noted.
Russian mystic Rasputin had a controversial life and most of his revelations turned out to be true
Grigory Efimovich Rasputin was born on January 22, 1869 in the village of Pokrovskoye in Siberia. The child Rasputin had divine visions and proved that he has powers to heal sick people. One day, he slipped along with his brother, Dmitri and fell in the cold water of the river Tura. Dmitri died of pneumonia but Grigori miraculously escaped. During illness, he told his parents that he saw in a dream a beautiful lady dressed in blue and white, who ordered him to get better. The village priest concluded that the boy saw Virgin Mary. The news spread fast and turned him faith healer. To escape some horse stealing charges, Rasputin left the village and flet to a monastery, where he converted into a religious mystic or wanderer.
When aged 30, Rasputin was married and had four children. Two of his children were named Maria and Dmitri as Grigori’s late siblings.
He left also the monastery and became a “stranink” (pilgrim). He traveled all over Russia, and other countries. Rasputin traveled for months without bathing and changing clothes. He even wore iron shackles to increase torments. These pilgrimages took him up on Mount Athos in Greece, and helped him obtain influential protectors such as Hermogen bishop of Saratov. Rasputin was influenced by a heretical sect proscribed, “Khlysty” who practice flagellation and sexual orgies. He founded all his religious practice on this strange combination of piety and sexual promiscuity . He believed that those deliberately committing fornication and then repenting bitterly, will be closer to God. As his fame grew, he had even more intense visions. At one point, Virgin Mary appeared in his dreams and prompted him to go to St. Petersburg to help the imperial family.
Around the Tsar and Romanov family
In 1902 Rasputin visited the city of Kazan, on the river Volga. He formed there a group of followers, whose numbers grew rapidly. Thus Rasputing claimed connections among the aristocracy. Notwithstanding his long and dirty beard or his questionable personal hygiene habits, people considered Rasputin an “abbot” (holy man). However, he was almost illiterate and had speaking difficulties. Had made his entry into the high society at the time when St. Petersburg was overwhelmed by a frenzy for mysticism and sex. In 1905, Rasputin met a theologian who ran a religious academy and was confessor of Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna. Thus, at 35, the monk was presented to the Court under the protection of high church officials. Imperial Family of Russia used to contact holy people to learn about the birth of a male heir to the Russian throne.
Healing Prince Alexei
Tsar Nicholas II noted in his diary the first meeting with Rasputin, on 14 November 1905. “I met a man of God, Gregory, who comes from the province of Tobolsk.” Enjoying great success among ladies, Rasputin made a strong impression on the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. She was fully convinced of his miraculous powers when he was able to stop the pain and bleeding of the heir to the throne, Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich who was suffering from hemophilia. After proving Alexandra that he owns holy powers, Rasputin soon became her personal confidant and adviser, and visited her on a week basis.
Sexual rite baths
As Rasputin’s fame grew, he was attracting more and more followers who willingly offered themselves to “sin in order to banish sin.” In the intimacy of St. Petersburg’s ublic baths, there was a trend in the religious doctrine of Rasputin, who was in the gratitude of aristocrats and prostitutes. They conducted rituals of exorcism by violent beatings of women who was later subjected to sexual acts. One of the high society ladies, Olga Lokhtina even believed that Rasputin was Christ and she was Holy Virgin. She left her husband and children. Witnesses recounted that Rasputin beat her violently while she held his organ and shouted: “I am your lamb, and you are Christ.”
Beaten by priests
Not only his popularity grew but also the number of his enemies. The main political leaders asked for the secret police to follow him. Tsar Nicholas received reports over Rasputin’s disgusting actions. Imperial family’s governance even claimed that Rasputin had abused Tsar’s children. Two of Rasputin’s former supporters, Illiodor, a fanatical right-wing monk, and Hermogen, Bishop of Saratov, were now convinced that Rasputin is the Devil reincarnated. In 1911, he was lured into a basement where they accused him of using evil powers to perform miracles and subsequently beat him with a crucifix. Rasputin reported the incident to Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, saying that the two were trying to kill him. The clerics were exiled.
Stabbed by prostitute
On June 27, 1914, Grigori Rasputin returned to his home village in Siberia. The next day he received a telegram. While going to deliver the response, Rasputin was savagely attacked with a knife by Chionia Gusieva (Khioniya Guseva) , a diformed noseless former prostitute who had been sent by Illiodor to kill him. While Rasputing was recovering in hospital, Tsar Nicholas mobilized his troops as World War I kicked off. Back in St. Petersburg and taking advantage of Czar’s absence, Rasputin got involved in the appointment and dismissal of ministers. When Tsar Nicholas took personal leadership of Russian troops in 1915, Alexandra and her advisor, Rasputin remained virtually the only who ruled the government under the “illuminations” issued by the mystic from Siberia.
Rasputin predicted assassination of imperial family
In December 1916, Rasputin sent the Tsar a letter in which he predicted that he would be killed. Of criminals, he wrote: “If my death will be staged by your relatives, then none of your family members, none of your children or relatives will remain alive for more than two years. All will be killed by the Russian people. And I will be killed too. I’m not among the living anymore. Please, I beg you, be strong! Think of your blessed family.” 23 days later, Rasputin was murdered by relatives of Tsar Nicholas II.
Immune to cyanide
At the time when he made horrifying prediction, Rasputin got to know Prince Felix Yusupov, the bisexual husband of Irina, Tsar’s niece. Yusupov wanted Rasputin dead. Also Tsar’s cousin, the Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich and politician Vladimir Purishkevich did not like the mystic. Therefore the trio plotted Rasputin’s murder. On the evening of 16 December 1916, Rasputin was invited by Yusupov to Palace Moika under pretext that Irina, who was said to be the most beautiful woman in St. Petersburg, wanted to know him. The men tried to poison Rasputin wine and cakes sprinkled with cyanide. To the astonishment of conspirators, Rasputin seemed to be immune to poisoning. Clearly irritated by the situation, Yusupov took out a gun and shot Rasputin.
Rasputin dies drowned
Miraculously, Rasputin was able to crawl up to the courtyard where Pavlovich and Purishkevich were about to leave. Purishkevich shot Rasputin once again, then the two beat him with clubs and tied him before throwing him in Neva river. Two days later, when the body was found, autopsy revealed that Rasputin’s lungs contained water, so he was still alive when he was thrown into the river. The news of Rasputin’s death was celebrated and his murderers were seen as the heroes who saved Russia from the powers of Alexandra and mad monk Rasputin. Rasputin’s body was exhumed and cremated by the unleashed crowd during the Russian Revolution in February 1917.
Nicholas sent Rasputin’s murderers into exile. Ironically, this penalty saved their lives, because they escaped the Bolshevik revolutionaries who would have imprisoned and then killed them. Ten weeks after the death of Rasputin, the Russian Revolution of 1917 overthrew the last dynasty of the Romanovs. Less than two years later, Tsar Nicholas, his 4 children and family’s doctor were executed in Siberia by a group of Russian Hebrew and Hungarian POWs converted to communism. The killing order was given by Lenin.
“I feel that I leave this life before January 1. If I am killed by ordinary assassins, and especially by my brothers, e.g. Russian peasants, you, Tsar of Russia should not fear anything for your children, they will reign for hundreds of years in Russia. But if I am murdered by boyars, nobles, and if they will shed my blood, their hands will remain stained with my blood, for 25 years and they can not wash out my blood off their hands. They will leave Russia. Brothers will kill brothers, and they will hate and kill each other and there will not be noble in the country for 25 years. Tsar of the land of Russia, if you hear the sound of the bell which tells you that Grigori has been killed, you must know this: if your relatives caused my death, then no one in your family, either children or relatives, will not remain alive for more than two years. They will be killed by the Russian people.”
Rasputin – fragment of letter