Back in early March of 2014, vague parallels between the Spear Shaker play Coriolanus and the Ukraine crisis had been seen by Ersjdamoo. “The indications based upon soothsaying of the Spear Shaker’s Coriolanus are that yes, Kiev is the destination – with this caveat: Coriolanus (Viktor Yanukovych) will have a final change of heart.” Coriolanus (Viktor Yanukovych) was exiled from Kiev, but he and the Volscians (Russians) would march to the outskirts of Kiev. (Background: Esoteric Shakespeare (Part 14), Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of March 4, 2014.)
On April 7, 2014, Ersjdamoo clarified the Spear Shaker soothsaying: Coriolanus (Viktor Yanukovych) would not exactly have a final change of heart at the gates of Kiev, but the Russian advance would be halted there. Coriolanus in the end does not occupy Rome, and neither would Viktor Yanukovych occupy Kiev. (Background: Apprehensions of War, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of April 7, 2014.)
On May 11, 2014, a vote was held by the people of Donetsk and Lugansk, eastern regions of the mutating Ukraine. These people declared independence from Kiev. Also on May 11th, Dmitry Rogozin, a senior Russian politician, reportedly brought to Moscow a petition by residents of Moldova’s Russian-speaking, breakaway region of Transdniestria, backing union with Russia. 
Russian historian Sergey Lebedev foresees that Transdniestria is “the first liberated part of Novorossiya.” Novorossiya means New Russia.  At the top of today’s blog entry is an alleged redrawn map of Ukraine seen in the offices of the Donetsk Peoples’ Republic. (Acknowledgement for photo to Tyler Durden.)
But the Novorossiya suggested by the alleged redrawn map of Ukraine conflicts with a different version of Novorossiya, where Ukraine is divided by the Dnieper River, with east of the Dnieper being with Russia, and west of the Dnieper being with the “European Union.” In this version of Novorossiya (see image hopefully above), Odessa is not included. But in the alleged redrawn map version, Odessa does become part of Novorossiya.
What this means for Transdniestria is that in the alleged redrawn map version Transdniestria aligns with Russia but in the Dnieper River version Transdniestria aligns with “European Union.” Also, the version where Transdniestria aligns with Russia means the mutated Ukraine of the west has no access to the Black Sea.
So Moldova and Transdniestria are sure to be sticking points for negotiations between “European Union” and Russia. There is to be a meeting this week in London, dubbed “the London 11.” Officially, the diplomats, including Secretary of State John Kerry, will be discussing Syria. But Ukraine obviously will not be a forbidden subject. 
Watch out when these diplomats assemble. It can be like a meeting of New York’s five crime families. The shedding of blood sometimes follows such high-level meetings, as for example on May 2, 2014 when German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with U.S. President Barack Obama and the Odessa Massacre occurred. “A circumstance about the Odessa Massacre is that, once again, there is a diplomacy coincidence,” noticed Ersjdamoo in the May 7, 2014 blog entry.
In 2011, Britain released a film adaptation of the Spear Shaker play, Coriolanus (directed by Ralph Fiennes). It is a fine film and worth watching. But might the British 2011 Coriolanus have been a blueprint for what is to happen with Ukraine? How Britain fits in is, its usual “balance of power” strategy, where for the island nation’s security it is deemed best for power to be divided in Europe, with neither “side” (this time “European Union” and Russia) having too much superiority. The Spear Shaker soothsaying points to a division of Ukraine, perhaps along the Dnieper River. See you at the “London 11”!
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 “Russian official delivers petition from Moldova region to join Russia”, by Gabriela Baczynska. Reuters, May 11, 2014
 “‘New Russia’ – Is This What East Ukraine Will Soon Look Like?”, Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/08/2014. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-05-08/new-russia-what-east-ukraine-will-soon-look
 State Department Press Briefing, http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2014/05/225913.htm#UKRAINE