"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Friday, April 20, 2018

Rampant Occultism in Russia

Rampant Occultism in Russia
Pray for the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart!

Pundits in the conspiratard community usually attribute occult practices and activity to Western elites, especially in Hollywood and high politics, pointing to the infamous Skull & Bones secret society at Yale University and the Bohemian Grove hideout frequented by some big-name American politicians.
But these pundits conveniently brush over the rampant occultism in Russia. A book by freelance journalist Marc Bennetts details the sprawling occult industry and culture taking over in Russia. In an article on the topic Bennetts wrote:

Still, upon my arrival in Russia in 1997, I was startled to find that over seven decades of communist rule had failed to dampen this occult fervour. Rasputin not only had heirs – they were thriving. Although it’s obviously hard to get exact figures, there are an estimated 400,000 plus professional occultists in Russia, with the business worth, according to some reports, up to $2 billion a year. That’s a lot of spells and a lot of cash floating around, whichever way you look at it.
… The lieutenant was right. Strange days indeed had come to the Soviet Union. Besides the dramatic increase in alien sightings, belief in magic and mysticism was rocketing. Town halls that had once hosted Communist Party meetings now saw sorcerers armed with ouija boards attempting to conjure up Lenin’s spirit. Old women openly sold magical charms against AIDS in city markets. State journalists transformed overnight into wild-eyed psychic healers. Pravda ran horoscopes. Two decades on, this willingness to seek out new beliefs is as strong as ever. I have spent the last year or so investigating this occult scene, meeting with just a few of Russia’s countless witches, wizards, and, as well as their clients.
So occultism, witchcraft, faith healers, psychics and magic is a $2 billion industry in Russia. Yet you’d never hear about this from our “trusted” alternative media who are too busy worshipping Putin and disseminating fictional hype that Russia is a paradise for Christian conservative values.
Alexander Dugin also seems to be an occultist, satanist and kabbalist hell-bent on bringing the world to an end in a nuclear armageddon. That’s why he’s sometimes called “Putin’s Rasputin”. Rasputin was a creepy mystic who influenced Czar Nicolas II.
Now that the alternative media is largely under Russian direction, any facts like this which undermine the Putin-Messiah narrative and kooky fiction that modern Russia is a paradise for Christian traditionalism will be intentionally obfuscated and replaced by misinformation churned out of the Kremlin propaganda factory.