Category Archives: Russia

Brain Trauma Suffered by Anastasia

From the suppressed dossier of Nikolay Sokolov, White Army investigator, British journalists Anthony Summers and Tom Mangold discovered how Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and her four daughters were reliably reported alive in Perm, months after the supposed “mass murder in the … Continue reading

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Synchronicity Of Anastasia

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events as meaningfully related, where they are unlikely to be causally related. The concept of synchronicity was first described by Carl Jung (image) in the 1920s. The concept does not question, or … Continue reading

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Marga Boodts: What Does the Vatican Know?

The issue of whatever happened to the immense fortune of Tsar Nicholas II is explored by William Clarke in his book, The Lost Fortune of the Tsars. Clarke’s general explanation is that after Nicholas abdicated in 1917, much of the … Continue reading

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Great Danger To Marga Boodts

Review In Presence Of Grand Duke Nicholas (1914-1918) By 1923, sixteen Russian emigrant groups had united around Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich, nicknamed “Nikolasha”. In the short video clip hopefully embedded above, if you look closely, Nikolasha is the very tall … Continue reading

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Roots Of the Axe Man

The Axe Man, Zale Thompson, was called up by the subconscious of the collective American mind. And as a single leaf turns not yellow but with the silent knowledge of the whole tree,So the wrong-doer cannot do wrong without the … Continue reading

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Tsar: "I Never Abdicated"

In her diary entry of November 13, 1917, the purported Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia recorded a conversation which, if true, turns history upside down. Marga Boodts had claimed, circa 1960, that she was the surviving Grand Duchess Olga, … Continue reading

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Psychic Trauma of the Lost Tsar

The German Kaiser had his own “Rasputin”: Houston Stewart Chamberlain. Chamberlain was born in England in 1855 and moved to Germany 27 years later. In 1899, Chamberlain’s book, Die Grundlagen des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts (The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century), “exploded … Continue reading

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