Δευτέρα, 2 Απριλίου 2018


Του Παναγιώτη Π. Νούνη

Αντιγράφω ένα σημαίνον σημείο απο την βιογραφία του:

«They buried Rasputin Tsar with the Queen, their daughter and AA Vyrubova. After the burial service, the body of the old man, as the relics of a saint, was placed under the altar built church in honor of St. Seraphim of Sarov».

O δολοφονηθείς Μάρτυς Μοναχός Γρηγόριος Ρασπούτιν, όταν οι δύτες τον έβγαλαν απο την παγωμένη θάλασσα όπου προηγουμένως τον δηλητηρίασαν και πυροβόλησαν άνανδρα και πισόπλατα, αφού απέτυχαν να τον δολοφονήσουν ακαριαία, πληγωμένο, τον έπνιξαν οι Μασσώνοι συγγενείς του Τσάρου και μετά απο καιρό τον έθαψαν μαζί με την Μάρτυρα Τσαρίνα και τις κόρες της.

Εδώ να σημειώσω, μάλλον να υπενθυμίσω ότι: ο Ρασπούτιν έγραψε ένα προφητικό σημείωμα-γράμμα στην Τσαρίνα Αλεξάνδρα, ότι αν δολοφονηθεί απο τους κακόβουλους διαβολικούς συγγενείς του Τσάρου δεν θα περάσουν 2 χρόνια απο την δολοφονία του και θα αφανίσουν ολόκληρη την οικογένειά του τελευταίου Τσάρου. Ο Ρασπούτιν δολοφονήθηκε τον Νοέμβριο του 1916. Ολόκληρη η οικογένεια του Τσάρου Νικολάου του Β΄ δολοφονήθηκε Ιούλιον του 1918!...

Έπειτα Χριστιανοί τον έθαψαν  και μερικά λείψανά του τοποθετήθησαν κάτω απο την αγία Τράπεζα της Εκκλησίας όπου ετιμάτο ο Άγιος Σεραφείμ του Σαρώφ. 

Μια τρανή αγιολογική και μαρτυρολογική απόδειξη τις βαθιάς λαϊκής ευσέβειας πίστης εμπιστοσύνης και εκτίμησις που έτρεφε ο καλοπροαίρετος λαός προς τον φίλο και πνευματικό σύμβουλο της Οικογένειας των Τσάρων τον Χαρισματούχο Καλόγερο Γρηγόριο Ρασπούτιν.

Βέβαια τα «μετά θάνατον» βάσανα του μάρτυρα Ρασπούτιν δεν είχαν τελειωμό, και αυτό επισημαίνεται σαφώς, με αποδείξεις και ονόματα, στο επόμενο φρικτό σημείωμα που σας παραθέτω:

«But even after his death he worried the haters of the autocracy. After the February coup d'état, the head of the Provisional Government, Freemason Kerensky, gave the order to dig out Rasputin's body and secretly dig in the outskirts of Petrograd. But the truck "deteriorated" the truck and then the body of the old man was unloaded and burned. One of the organizers of the burning of the man of God, Grigory Rasputin-New, a certain NF Kupchinsky later wrote: "The bonfire grew more and more, and in its light we carefully, eagerly peered into the features of the old man .... Undoubtedly, in the future it would be the relics of a saint "(40)» .

(40. // How I burned Rasputin's body. The actual report of F. P. Kupchinsky. Cit. on the Russian bulletin. №21-23 //, 2002, P. 16). 41. Diary of Gofmeystrina Naryshkina EA With the Tsar's family under arrest. Last news. 1936. №5533. 15 / 28.01.1917. Cit. According to the Martyr for Christ and for Tsar Gregory the New. M. 2000. P. 285.)

Σε κάποια φάση, μετά την εξολόθρευση των Τσάρων... ο επικεφαλής της προσωρινής κυβέρνησης ο αρχιΜασσώνος Κερένσκυ διέταξε να ξεθαφτεί το λείψανο του Μοναχού Ρασπούτιν και να πυρποληθεί και να (κατα)καεί στην πυρά για να μη τυχόν και τιμηθεί ως άγιο λείψανο εξ αιτίας του μαρτυρικού τέλους του. 

Γιατί τόσο μένος και μανία εναντίον ενός ήδη νεκρού και δολοφονημένου Μοναχού;

Αυτός ήτο είναι και παραμένει ο αντίχριστος Μπολσεβικισμός και εωσφορικός Μασσωνισμός, όπερ τρέμουσι ακόμη και μετά θάνατον τα δολοφονημένα θύματά τους.

Η πνευματική φιλία του Τσάρου μετά του Ρασπούτιν ήτο απείρως ισχυρότερη και δυνατή σαν γροθιά όπου οι εχθροί τους τους εφθόνησαν γι΄αυτό και τους εφόνευσαν διότι έμπαινε σφήνα στα σατανικά σχέδιά τους. Το σατανικότατό σχέδιό τους ήτο ο Α΄ Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος. Και κάποιος σημαντικός άνθρωπος του Θεού έμπαινε σφήνα για την διεξαγωγή του. Ο Τσάρος ομολογούσε διαρκώς ότι στις δύσκολες στιγμές του παρέμεινε ζωντανός εξ αιτίας των προσευχών του Ρασπούτιν. 

With his prayers he strengthened the spirit of Tsar Nicholas II, as the spirit of Dmitry Donskoy Rev. Sergius of Radonezh strengthened. The Emperor felt this and said: "All this hard time I lived only because of his prayers" »).

Και όλα αυτά έγιναν, με την πρώτη (1914, δυό χρόνια πριν την οριστική δολοφονία του) δολοφονική απόπειρα κατά του Ρασπούτιν, (για να παρασυρθεί ο Τσάρος στον Α΄ Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο κατά της Αυστρίας και Γερμανίας) όπου ο Ρασπούτιν επέζησε με θαυμαστό τρόπο, την ίδια όμως χρονική στιγμή (1914) έγινε η δολοφονία του Αρχιδούκα της Αυστρίας Φραγκίσκου Φερδινάνδου στο Σαράγιεβο της Σερβίας, όπου ήτο και η αιτία για να ξεκινήσει και ο Α΄ Παγκόσμιος Πόλεμος, και εν τέλει να οδηγηθεί και ο Τσάρος στον πόλεμο κατά της Γερμανίας.

Θα ακουλουθήσουν έτι περαιτέρω σχολιασμοί επάνω στον βίο και την πολιτεία του Μοναχού Γρηγορίου Ρασπούτιν. Με τις ανάλογες παραπομπές απο την πρωτότυπη Βιογραφία του στα Ρωσσικά και Αγγλικά.

Του Παναγιώτη Π. Νούνη

ΚΕΦΑΛΑΙΟ 3ο: Το ζών Προσευχητάριον για τον Τσάρο και την Ρωσσία.

The Prayer Book for the Tsar and Russia
The instigators of the war
and revolutionary turmoil
realized that while Rasputin was
praying for the Tsar and Russia
, they could not carry out their plans.
It should not be assumed that Rasputin was sent by the Lord only as healer of the heir to the throne. Wonderful healings were for the Emperor and Empress the visible sign that he was a man of God. Tsar Nicholas II believed that Gregory was sent by God, as a spiritual assistant to his royal ministry.
It was about this attitude towards Rasputin that the Investigator of the Cheka of the Provisional Government testified. In his official note he said that "their Majesties were sincerely convinced of the sanctity of Rasputin, the only real representative and prayer book for the Emperor, His family and Russia before God" (26).
"Prayer before God for the Heir is only a small part of Rasputin's service to his Sovereign," is written in the book "Out of Lies." - He was the somnolent of the Anointed of God for the Russian Autocratic Kingdom, and he was often opened to the closed with the eyes of the king's human sophisticated cunning, devilish insidiousness "(27).
The prayer of the elder was so great that the Emperor confessed: "If it were not for Grigory Efimovich's prayers, I would have been killed long ago" (28).
Many helped the elder in royal service and in practice. Thanks to the gift of foresight and reasoning, he knew how to look into the human soul, knew the thoughts of the nearest royal servants, and therefore, when appointing them to high posts, the Sovereign took into account the opinion of the old man. In addition, Gregory saw the consequences of various state decisions.
Realizing this, the Emperor again turned to the advice of his friend, the man of God Gregory. And he, above all, tried to protect Russia, the Russian Kingdom from the war. The Elder saw that she would bring untold misery to the Russian people, which would cause general discontent and provoke a revolution that the transformers of Russia of all stripes wanted so much to do, and especially the haters of the Orthodox autocracy.
The organization of the world war was part of the plans of international Jewish capital, which strove for domination throughout the world. For this purpose, the most powerful Christian powers-Russia and Germany-were to be pushed to the forehead. In a Jesuitically sophisticated and Jewish manner, the Christ-and-hate plan was decided to be implemented by fomenting a conflict between the Orthodox Bosnia, Herzegovina and Austria-Hungary, which from 1878 occupied them. And in 1908 Austria-Hungary annexed these occupied territories, that is, legally annexed to itself. Then almost the entire political elite of Russia insisted on the declaration of the war between Austria and Hungary. It was believed that Russia, the guardian of the universal Orthodoxy, was bound to help her brothers Slavs. It would seem, What's bad about it? However, Russia has not yet recovered from the war with Japan and internal revolutionary actions. Therefore, the war in the Balkans could have become like death for us, because it would have triggered a new revolution. But the hurray-patriots demanded that the Tsar should intercede for the Slav brothers. And he was ready to give them, if not for Rasputin. The Staretz convinced him not to enter into conflict in the Balkans.
But a year later Montenegro asked to intervene in the current situation. Germany, in turn, sided with Austria-Hungary and declared an ultimatum to Russia that if it interferes in the conflict, then Germany will declare war on Russia. And again only thanks to Rasputin the world massacre was prevented.
But the issue of the beginning of the war on the side of the Balkan countries was especially acute for the Russian Tsar in 1912, when Montenegro, Serbia and Bulgaria began military operations against Turkey. Emperor Nicholas II, wishing to liberate Constantinople from the Turks, was ready to support them, and Austria-Hungary, considering Montenegro part of its territory, was ready to enter the war with Russia.
Remembering that the first attempts to unleash a world massacre failed because of Grigory Rasputin, the Masons decided to kill him. He was assassinated in Yalta. The mayor General Dumbadze intended to bring Rasputin to the iron castle, which was behind Yalta over the sea, and to drop it from there. For some reason, this attempt failed.
Nevertheless, the political situation was such that it seemed that the plans of the instigators of a world war, such a war would seem to come true, so that, according to F. Engels, "the crowns flew into the mud." The tsar was already ready to declare mobilization. But Rasputin urgently made an appointment with him, and knelt before the emperor, with tears in his eyes begging him not to start a war. According to the then Prime Minister, Count S. Yu. Witte: "He [Rasputin] pointed out all the disastrous results of the European fire, and the arrows of history turned differently. The war was averted " (29).
The world conspiracy failed. The Masons were defeated, the Russian revolutionaries were left with nothing. On the path of the Russian and world catastrophe, the Siberian peasant, God's man Grigory, became a member!
He constantly prayed that the Lord would incline the heart of the Tsar to peace. And the instigators of the war and revolutionary turmoil realized that while Rasputin was praying for the Tsar and Russia they would not be able to carry out their plans.
And then it was decided to kill the Siberian old man. But, first of all, to destroy it spiritually - to slander, to slander, to blacken. To create from him an image of a dissolute Grishka and obedient to this devil a weak-willed monarch who is not capable of anything. The question of discrediting the Russian monarch through Rasputin was so important for the Freemasons that they considered it at their congress in Brussels, as evidenced in their memoirs by MV Rodzianko (30). In the campaign of lies and slander that struck Rasputin since 1910, the most vile and cynical means were used. Writer NA Teffi in the book "The True Tsarina" remembers how she and other writers and journalists were invited to specially organized meetings with allegedly Rasputin. At these meetings he drank, behaved in a riotous and indecent manner.But Teffi understood with her writing intuition that these performances were organized for "doing some dark, very dark things that we do not know" (31).
About a double Rasputin reported and MV Rodzianko (32). And Princess Yu. A. Dan, close to the Empress, wrote: "It came to the point that Rasputin was debauched in the capital, while in fact he was in Siberia" (33). But the journalists did not want to find out the truth. Pages of mass media, almost completely controlled by Freemasons, were filled with "evidence" of the ugly behavior of Rasputin. Huge editions printed photographs mounted on which he was surrounded by prostitutes.
Let us note that the lie and slander fell on the elder Grigory just as in his time on the righteous John of Kronstadt, who was in friendly relations with Tsar Alexander III and whom in Petersburg society was angrily called "Rasputin Alexander III". It is characteristic that this holy righteous during life was accused of the same "crimes" as the elder Gregory: heretics, money-grubbing, greed and depravity.
All this was done in one and the other case in order to destroy the spiritual union of the Kings and God's servants, an alliance that was an irresistible wall facing the destroyers of the Orthodox monarchy. All 1913 in the magazines and newspapers was conducted a cruel, organized harassment of Grigory Rasputin-Novy. And from the beginning of 1914 they began to talk about the inevitability of war with Austria. The demon of the Russian revolution, Ulyanov-Lenin, spoke about this in the following way: "The war between Austria and Russia would be very useful for the revolution (throughout Eastern Europe)" (34).
However, on the way to the world massacre and the revolution Rasputin again stood up, who in an interview with an Italian correspondent stated about the approaching catastrophe: "Yes, they are starting to ... But, God will give me no war, but I will take care of it" (35).
And then on the agenda of the haters of the Orthodox monarchy the question arose about the murder of the elder Gregory. We can not determine today how the petty bourgeois Hionia Gusev was involved in the attempt on him. The elder himself believed that Hieromonk Iliodor (Trufanov) had persuaded her, who later became an employee of the Bolshevik Cheka. But the fact that behind the back of Iliodor and Hionia were secret powerful forces - no doubt, because Rasputin was mortally wounded by Hionia immediately after the murder in the Serbian capital of Sarajevo, the Austrian heir to the throne, Prince Ferdinand. And, as is known precisely this murder became the reason of the beginning of the First World War.

26. Note Rudnev VM "The Truth About the Russian Tsar's Family of Dark Forces" // Russian Archive. M. 1998. Cit. According to "From under the lies. The Emperor Nicholas II. Grigory Rasputin ". St.P. 2005. P. 109.
27. Out of lies. The Emperor Nicholas II. Grigory Rasputin. St.P. 2005. P. 110.
28. The royal bird cries out to God. M. 2009. P. 127
29. From the lies. The Emperor Nicholas II. Grigory Rasputin. St.P. 2005. P. 107.
30. Grigory Rasputin. Collection of historical materials. T. 1. P. 267.
31. Ibid. T. 2. P. 240.
32. Bates Thomas. Wheat and tares. M. 1997. P. 138
33. Dan Yu. A. The Original Tsarina. M. 1998. P. 95.
34. Radzinsky E. S. Rasputin. Life and death. M. 2003. P.249
35. Ibid. P.286