Category Archives: Rasputin

Great Russian Cellar Stories

A Night At The Opera: Crowded Cabin Scene The granddaddy of all the great Russian cellar yarns is of course, “Mass Murder in the Cellar.” It was a dark and stormy night. At the Ipatiev House of Special Purpose, in … Continue reading

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Major New Thread in Tsar Mystery

Various threads lead to Russian Tsar Nicholas II and his family, still trapped in a labyrinth of unsolved mystery. This living labyrinth was almost destroyed by loud braying connected with DNA “evidence” supposedly proving the Russian imperial family had all … Continue reading

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Tsar Trapped In Labyrinth

The Tsar is trapped in a labyrinth. Can you help him get out? You will need to follow various Ariadne threads to get to the Tsar. These threads will lead to other threads, and you yourself could become trapped in … Continue reading

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Rasputin’s Prediction For Britain

The Battenberg family was a morganatic branch of the House of Hesse-Darmstadt, rulers of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in Germany. [1] “Morganatic” means a marriage between people of unequal social rank. [2] So, for instance, when King Edward VIII … Continue reading

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Iliodor, Rasputin, and World War I

“Go to St. Petersburg,” said the Holy Mother, the Virgin of Kazan, to Grigori Efimovich Rasputin. And so it was that Rasputin left his Siberian home and traveled to St. Petersburg. The city had been built beginning May 16, 1703, … Continue reading

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Litvinenko vs. Rasputin

The Death of Rasputin Eight years after the poisoning of Aleksandr Litvinenko with radioactive polonium, Britain has suddenly opened an inquiry into his death. [1] Aleksandr Litvinenko was a fugitive officer of the Russian FSB secret service who specialized in … Continue reading

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