After the disappearance of Tsar Nicholas II, the Tsarina Alexandra, and their children, a living labyrinthe of the Tsar began to grow. Various Ariadne threads might lead to the center of the maze, where the seeker could at last find the Tsar. Other Ariadne threads might seem to lead at last to the Tsar, but could turn out to be dead ends. In such cases, the seeker would use the logic of the Ariadne’s thread, and backtrack along the route of the false thread until they came to other threads.
Over time, an increasing number of threads appeared in the living labyrinthe of the Tsar. Some of these threads are…
- Anna Anderson. This thread leads to other threads within the extended Romanov family and a bitter feud therein;
- Michal Goleniewski. This thread leads to the vanished fortune of the Russian imperial family and to many banks, such as the Bank of England, Baring Brothers Bank, the Chase Bank, National City Bank, J.P. Morgan & Co., the Bank of France, Rothschilds Bank, and the Mendelssohn Bank in Berlin; 
- Boris Soloviev. He married Maria Rasputin, daughter of Grigori Rasputin, the Russian holy man and dear friend of the Tsar and Tsarina. Boris and Maria moved to Tobolsk, where the Tsar and his family were held prisoner for awhile. Boris Soloviev was the main cog for rescue plots in the region; 
- Marga Boodts. She claimed to be the surviving Grand Duchess Olga, eldest daughter of the Tsar and Tsarina. Kaiser Wilhelm II may have supported her financially. Prince Sigismund of Prussia, nephew of the Kaiser, was convinced that Marga was indeed Olga.  This thread may also lead to the Vatican.
The living labyrinthe of the Tsar grew exponentially following the disappearance of the Russian imperial family in 1918. The right-brained people were delighted with the intricate maze. But then, some left-brained people – let us call them the Blue Meanies – came along. The Blue Meanies attacked the living labyrinthe! “The trains shall run on time! Klink, klank, klunk… The DNA evidence,” they cried.
The Blue Meanies yelled about disputed DNA evidence supposedly proving the good Tsar and his family had been long-since obliterated. (Background: Keep On Rockin’ With the Tsar, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, September 25, 2014.)
Because the Blue Meanies controlled almost all the “news” outlets in the West, the lovers of the intricate labyrinthe were bombarded by shouts of “Case closed! (Labyrinthe closed!)” This noise frightened away many. What the “news” noise of the Blue Meanies failed to tell was that there were “irregularities at the grave site” and “questionable provenance of the putative Romanov samples.” What the “news” noise of the Blue Meanies failed to tell was that “only a tenuous match at one point in the complicated DNA chain rendered the same results as a sample from Prince Philip of England, who has a familial relationship to the Romanovs.” 
So be warned if you choose to explore the living labyrinthe of the Tsar: The Blue Meanies can attack at any time! “Klink, klank, klunk… The DNA evidence!” is their rote mantra.
Be also warned that there is a time limit. Know that when Queen Elizabeth II of Britain dies, it is “game over.” The wise Rasputin has left us this warning: “When a Battenberg becomes king of England, all is at the end.” Prince Charles and Prince William are both Battenbergs. When Queen Elizabeth II dies, either Charles or William becomes king of England. (Background: Rasputin’s Prediction For Britain, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, September 23, 2014.)
——- Sources ——-
 The Lost Fortune of the Tsars, by William Clarke. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 1994
 The File On the Tsar, by Anthony Summers and Tom Mangold. New York: Harper & Row, 1976
 The Secret Plot to Save the Tsar, by Shay McNeal. New York: HarperCollins (Perennial Edition), 2003