Finally, we are able to delve further into one of the reader most requested topics, FORBIDDEN vs. TRUE HISTORY & LINGUISTICS. This report is a continuation of one of FuturisTrendcast’s most popular articles: Forbidden History: Are Scandinavians Slavs?
Over the past 3 years many have asked me about the meaning and mystery of my name. Some of my astute readers have figured it out on their own. This is evident when some of you call me ‘Lady Lada.’ 😉
Today, I want to tell you the whole story…
Goddess Lada – Russian painting
The ancient Russian Vedic Goddess Lada is often depicted with white swans or white doves. Lada is very powerful and her Earthly responsibilities are many. She is in charge of such uplifting things as: spring and summer, sun, harmony and balance, goodness, friendship and good will, love and happy marriage, overcoming obstacles, smooth sailing, positivity and good luck. Lada is also responsible for creativity, abundance and children.
Goddess of Harmony Lada’s temple and her symbols: wisdom, light, white swans, water and ladias
Russian language: the Earth’s Truth Code
You may have heard me say this before. There had been many times in history when it was dangerous to speak the truth, for which punishment would be death. Then, in their infinite wisdom, the Wise Ones and Earth Keepers hid the clues in plain sight, leaving them behind for future generations to re-discover. Although compromised due to centuries of various extraneous elements littering it, the Russian language remains the Earth’s Ultimate Truth Code and one of the most important living proofs of humanity’s true history and roots, hidden in plain sight.
The role of Sanskrit, the closest sister language to Russian is the same: to serve as the hidden treasure trove of the keys to rediscover the truth. The Sanskrit Vedas have preserved much of it. The drastic difference is that Sanskrit has not survived the impact with reality. It is by all definitions, a dead language, studied based on ancient texts that thank goodness survived. Only the tiniest of echoes of Sanskrit remain in contemporary Hindi.
Russian is a full-fledged major living and evolving language that has been preserved by the population of the Great Russia despite persecution and wholesale destruction of memory, ancient knowledge, Vedic wisdom and books. Speaking of which, when people remark to me in reply to my mentioning the Rus Vedic past that it sounds just like Hindu Vedas, this is simply because it is one and the same.
The huge value of Sanskrit and Hindu Vedas is that they were more hidden and therefore missed by the West, when history was re-written. Therefore, they avoided a wholesale destruction, such as the Russian Vedic chronicles endured. This is why Sanskrit, the frozen in time language, is so important to re-discovering our true roots.
In very ancient days, when the Ice Age made it impossible for people to exist in the far north between the Ural Mountains and Siberia, where the original Arian Vedic Rus civilization flourished, also referred to as Hyperborea, one branch of it spread to Europe and another to what is today called India, becoming Brahmans and bringing the Vedic philosophy. There were other branches that moved further south as well, at different times. The Vedic philosophy and lifestyle was prevalent among the people of not only contemporary Russia/Ukraine/Belarus/Siberia and much of northern Eurasia (together we may call it the Rus Civilization), but all around Northern, Western and Central Europe as well.
What does the word Vedic or Vedism mean? It means ‘true knowledge.’ Every day, without thinking, we use a large number of derivatives from these words. They are present not only in Russian, but in many European languages – clues hidden in plain sight.
According to Russian researchers Vedic vision and lifestyle was gradually suppressed in Western and Central Europe approximately between 10th and 16th centuries, Catholic religion and inquisition playing the key role. Together with it, the ancient Rus language was also replaced all over Europe.
Despite Russia adopting Christianity, Vedism coexisted with the new religion more peacefully and remained prevalent in Russia until about 17-18th centuries. At that point a drastic shift towards the West occurred in Russia, and Vedism was brutally and subversively suppressed, to be replaced with overly aggressive, yang, individualistic, profit and money oriented culture of then Western Europe.
Ancient books were destroyed, carriers of Vedic knowledge were eliminated and true history was re-written, shortening, mutilating and isolating Russian history, while glorifying and lengthening the history of everything else.
It was history’s grandest heist pulled in front of everyone’s eyes. And humans just ate it up, or became complicit. I have only began scratching the surface of the truth – much more to follow in my future book, THE PUTIN ENIGMA!
It was part of the previous global rebalancing. Between 15th and 18th centuries, Russia the Great Balancer gradually shifted the weight of the world’s development towards the West, to allow for a more yang-energy and individual-values-driven development of mankind. This seemed a necessary adjustment due to the excess of yin in human existence a the time. But as it so often happened in human history, it went all wrong. The West perceived the shift facilitated by Russia the Great Balancer as a gift from heaven, thinking itself exceptional. Instead of serving others, it began its global quest to subdue the rest of the world.
But nothing is forever, and today The Great Balancer has begun another EARTH SHIFT, away from the West. Unlike the previous shifts, this one is different and aims to restore the proper yin-yang balance on our planet, ushering in the era of Russia. This is why I call it THE GREAT EARTH SHIFT.
Because of the THE GREAT EARTH SHIFT, the hidden clues are beginning to be revealed. The majority of them are re-discovered in Russian language, but a large number turn out to be hidden dormant in other languages, such as English, Ukrainian, Swedish, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin, Sanskrit and others. As the consciousness of mankind awakens, these clues suddenly begin being understood by those who have eyes. More and more information is coming to the surface, as the right people come along who can show the way.
Since I was a child I was pointing out certain inconsistencies and discrepancies in the official narrative. I was 5 and just learned to read when my parents took me to the Odessa’s unique and beautiful Archeological Museum. The guide was droning on about the unknown and mysterious civilization of Etruscans, who lived in Italy circa 700 BC, and how their language still cannot be deciphered by linguists. She showed us the amazing pieces of art they left behind. Even then, at my early age, it was hard to imagine these pieces were made in 700 BC, when – if we were to believe the contemporary fake historical science – humans were much less evolved than us today and when technology for making such exquisite items shouldn’t have existed.
Being small, my eyes were level with the sign on the glassed stand, which read: ‘Etruscan stella, circa 700 BC, language unknown.’ In Russian the name of that mysterious ethnos read like Etruski. I whispered the word to myself, bored with the guide’s not very interesting story. Suddenly, I announced for all adults to hear: ‘Etruski means ‘Eti Ruskie. They were Russians!’ (Eti Ruskie means ‘These Russians.’)
The silent scene that followed was worthy of a thriller. Adults just looked at each other perplexed, and didn’t say anything. Later the incident seemed to have been forgotten. The only thing that transpired was that my mother apparently decided that I was supposed to be a linguist and translator (I think she secretly hoped I’d become a diplomat, actually). Shortly after, she hired me a private English language tutor. My love of everything linguistics never went away and I eventually ended up with summa cum laude Masters in Linguistics and Translation.
When I was a child and later a teen, there were other discoveries of truths hidden in plain sight, such as another mysteriously extinct civilization and language, whose location was in today’s Germany. I knew since I was barely 6 or 7 that Prussia meant Po-Russia and the now ‘dead’ Prussian language was in fact ‘Po-Russian.’
How did I know? I simply looked at the word in front of me and read it correctly. Why others were unable to perceive the clues? Because most people don’t think and don’t pay attention – it’s that simple.
Many years later I began receiving confirmations from various linguistic, historical, archeological and esoteric sources, which were not given the time of day by the scientific and mainstream communities, that what I interpreted was correct. And it was only very recently that I received a definitive confirmation from the world-famous Prof. Chudinov that what my 5-year-old self knew was 100% true. Chudinov read the ‘illegible and mysterious’ dead language of the Etruscans, using one of the four ancient Russian alphabets / writing styles called ‘the mirror writing.’ He confirmed that the name Et-Ruski (Etruscans) signified Eti Ruskie. The only difference, he actually thought that because of the ‘mirror’ writing’ the prefix should be reversed and it should be read as ‘Te Ruskie,’ meaning ‘Those Russians’ as opposed to ‘These Russians’ who, as Chudinov postulated were the Rus population residing in the primary Great Russian space (contemporary Russia, Belarus and Ukraine). I won’t argue on that finer point, but I am still inclined towards my 5-year-old interpretation. As we know, the ultimate truth tends to come from a child’s mouth.
Throughout my life, I once in a while amused myself with forbidden history’s linguistic puzzles. I’d take a word and peer into it, dissecting it into syllables. Then I would look into what these syllables represented. No one ever taught me that in college, so along the way I also discovered my own Forbidden Linguistics method. I learned that the words’ syllables contained much more information than seemed on the surface and that each word no matter how complex, in any language, was formed based on a limited number of seemingly simple building blocks of syllables, roots, suffixes, prefixes and endings. The trick was to put these building blocks together in such a way that it would create the magic of communication. Within these simple syllables the true forbidden linguistics answers were revealed.
Of course, the quintessentially synthetic Russian language turned out to be a treasure trove of secret meanings. But even with purely analytical languages such as English, the amount of information gleaned could be exciting.
Our smart ancestors packed every sound and syllable with a huge range of knowledge. Each consonant and vowel contained a number of important meanings. As more syllables were added to the word, it could express a truly colossal range of notions. Each word, like Lego, could be built and rebuilt in many ways using these intricate building blocks. Oftentimes, I saw full syllables or even full words, compressed or shortened, as we have seen with Prussia above.
I have known for years that a massive amount of meddling was done to our history and that the separation on countries, language and ethnic groups was often artificial or false. There is much, much more to the story. As we continue to journey through The Great Earth Shift, I’ll continue telling you everything I know.
Today, our topic is the Goddess Lada. Using Lada Ray’s Forbidden Linguistics Syllable Building Block Method, allow me to tell you how the word was formed and what it signifies.
La in the ancient Vedic Rus mother language signified fertility. It can also signify creativity, joy and positive emotion. Before it signified that, it actually signified the male reproductive organ. La is a very interesting syllable, which is also a sound. You know how when we hum a wordless song, we go ‘la, la, la.’ The reason we unconsciously hum it is that it is embedded in our genetic makeup that la symbolizes something good and something positive. From the perspective of an ancient human what could be more positive than perpetuation of the species and joy that comes with the act of doing so… It is no wonder that Lada is often depicted with children.
A telling example: La, as used in today’s Spanish, signifies the female beginning. La mujer – a moman, La niña – a girl, La casa – a house.
Later, due to the association with fertility and phallus, La also became a building block in signifying an open field. A field could signify a long, large, flat surface, a stretch of flat land, as well as fertile ground. The following words were formed: Russian: po-lia-na and po-lie (poliana and polie both mean fields of different sizes and designation. Ukrainian: lan – same meaning.
Da means yes in Russian. In ancient times, Da was often added to words to underscore the affirmative, positive nature of certain notions. The derivatives of Da or words descended from Da in combination with other Building Block syllables were added as well. You’ll be astonished if you knew how many words in various Western and Eastern languages, which insist on being completely separate and unrelated to Russian, carry Da as part of their makeup. This applies equally to many other important Building Block syllables.
Therefore, the very evocative meaning of the word Lada is:
Yes! This is the Goddess of Fertility, Harmony and Positive Energy!
It gets more interesting when we look at all the words originating from ‘Lada.’ I’ll just share a few, from Russian and English. And I guarantee that these examples will blow you away!
Ladia: ancient Rus word for boat or ship.
Keep this in mind when pronouncing ‘A’ in any Russian word! Russian ‘a’ doesn’t sound anything like English. The closest pronunciation is that of ‘u’ in the word ‘cut,’ however, Russian sound ‘a’ is more open, more powerful and longer.
Ancient Rus ship is called Ladia
The intricately carved and skillfully built wooden boats in those days had the shape of a swan with the bow decorated with an image of a swan, or some other important protector and energizer, such as firebird or dragon. This shape was both ergonomic and stable on the water. It also elicited an image of a graceful swan, who floats smoothly and effortlessly on the water or in the sky. Therefore, it’s easy to understand why Lada is often depicted with a swan and why she is responsible for the smooth sailing and dispelling obstacles.
Ladon’ (This word ends in ‘myaghkiy znak’ – ‘the soft sign,’ one of the unique Russian letters that doesn’t exist in Latin alphabet. The soft sign doesn’t have independent sound value; its job is to make any consonant it follows very soft). Ь – Мягкий знак (soft sign) and Ъ – твёрдый знак (hard sign).
Ladon’ means palm. You can also pronounce it as ‘ladoshka,’ which is an endearing version.
The word ladon’ consists of two parts: lada (or lado) and na. The Russian word Na means ‘here,’ ‘take it, ‘have it.’ The meaning is that of a generous, magnanimous offer. When you extend your hand you may be offering your good will and friendship. Therefore, lado-na, which later became ladon’ is in fact an extension to another person of an open hand, an offering of harmony, friendship and lad.
The Russian word lad, unchanged till today, means just that: harmony and life in graceful agreement with one’s environment.
Speaking of the word lad. Does it remind you of anything, by any chance?
What about this: ‘he’s a strapping young lad.’ According to the online dictionary ‘English’ word lad means ‘a lively or dashing man or youth.’ If you ask the online dictionary to define a strapping young lad, here’s what it’ll tell you: it is a young man who is strong, tall, and looks healthy and active.
If you try to look up the etymology of this English word, you’ll probably find all kinds of academics who wasted their entire lives promoting false theories of the origin of this or that, telling you that it comes from medieval English, etc, etc. But what was really there before ‘medieval English’ ?..
Most likely you won’t hear anyone (except me, that is) tell you the obvious: the seemingly English word lad is in fact the Russian word lad (just remember that Russian ‘a’ is pronounced like the ‘u’ in hut, but more open and longer).
If anyone in the English-speaking academic circles mentions that there could be a Russian connection, their work will be sidetracked and they will get ignored, or worse. Not being published, noticed, given tenure or grants is the death of any Western academic. That’s why if they have no principles or talent, they simply toe the line, or if they do, they suffer in obscurity or get thrown out of the field.
The word Lad in Russian means harmony. The adjective ladniy (masculine) and ladnaya (feminine) signify a young man or young woman who are tall, well-built, healthy and physically strong and active. About a young man or woman who has these characteristics one would say: ladnaya devka (for a girl) or ladniy paren’ (for a young guy / bloke). Now compare that to the ‘strapping young lad.’ It is identical.
Incidentally, the adverb ladno means in Russian ok, fine, it’s a deal. In the olden days, this word would be used when a deal was struck, which would often be accompanied with a shake of hands on a deal well agreed upon.
Lada as a young Russian maiden
And here we are getting to the most interesting part, the ultimate proof, so to speak. I know some of my astute readers may have already figured it out.
The English word for lady, such as ‘Lady Diana,’ is simply put, a derivative of the word Lada. In fact, contemporary English ending ‘y’ is shortened and modified ‘in.’ This was done to make its origin unrecognizable. The same is true for the popular English ending ‘ing.’
I wrote previously in ESR6 that the ancient Vedic Rus syllable in signified being a part of something, belonging to an inner circle, having allegiance with, or being a derivative or descendant (a small particle) of something big and important.
You don’t have to go far: in the contemporary English we use in every day. Such as: are you in or out, inner, insider.
The very earliest meaning of in is even more striking. It signified the female essence. The word we use today as yin (as in yin-yang) was originally in.
Goddess Lada in traditional ancient Russian garb with her symbol, the white doves of peace
Therefore, A Lady is a female who follows in the path of the Goddess Lada. This is a woman who is harmonious, fertile, positive, sunny and helpful, who possesses dignity and poise, a good mother, partner and mistress of her domain. Such women were highly regarded and valued and they at one point began being called Lady – a follower or small particle of Lada. To this day you hear people say, ‘I am a lady.’ This usually refers to a situation when a woman won’t stoop to untoward behavior because she has dignity and values herself.
It was much later that the ego led humans to begin using this word, which was supposed to be based strictly on one’s merit, as hereditary title, regardless of whether one deserved it or not.
Goddess Lada with baby and swans, among Russian birches, with a Vedic symbol above
Speaking of which, did you notice the use of the verb led, past tense from lead? I won’t go into details of how it was formed, but this is yet another example of a word derived from Lada. It’s easy to see why: Goddess Lada is responsible for dispelling obstacles, for smooth journey or sailing. Leading (do you see what I see: lead-in), when the whole path is laid out in front of you (laid – yet another Lada derivative!) is one of the aspects of a smooth journey!
Celestial couple: Russian Vedic Gods Lada and Svarog
What’s the meaning of the name Vladimir?
The name Vladimir is another very famous derivative of lad and Lada. One of the eternally popular Russian names, it possesses rare charm and universal appeal. Why is that? Because even if you don’t know what the name means, you feel its potent energy.
Most Russians think that Vladimir means ‘The Master of the World.’ This is because the two obvious words it consists of are:
- Noun Vlada (power) or as a verb it will be Vladet’ (to own, to be the master of) These are the contemporary meanings of the words Vlada and Vladet’.
- And Mir (dual meaning: world, as well as peace).
However, if you base your analysis on my Building Blocks Method and see it multidimensionally, you’ll be able to discern the original true intent behind the name V-ladi-mir.
V – Lada – Mir
V means in
Lada means harmony, balance
V lade (in this case it’s variation v-ladi) means in harmony with
Mir means peace and world
The whole name Vladimir, therefore, means:
In Harmony with the World AND In Harmony with Peace
Another way of putting it is:
He who brings the harmonious world (peace)
There are talking names that speak for themselves, and one of the most speaking names is that of the Russian President:
Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – double Vladimir!
Incidentally, my patronymic is also Vladimirovna. The Universe must be telling us something… 😉
We’ll go deeper into the Russian Truth Code in my future book, THE PUTIN ENIGMA. In it I’ll speak of the mystical sign of the times expressed through Putin’s name and reveal the real multidimensional meaning of his very existence. Release projected for the end of 2017!
Meet Lada the Car
The ship will sail the way you name it. Give it a great name and a successful journey is assured. This applies fully to Lada the Car, a car that had no right to exist, considering the amount of ridicule it encountered in its life. It certainly shouldn’t have survived the ’90s, when stronger Russian companies had disappeared. And yet this underdog of the global car market survived and continues thriving, despite all odds. I like to say that the name of the Goddess of Harmony and Good Luck is what pulled it through and made it stronger.
There has been much said in the West, including the ridicule, about Russian/Soviet compact sedan called Lada, also known as Zhiguli. To be fair, many Russians to this day are equally unduly critical of Lada Zhiguli, as well as anything the Tolyatti car manufacturer VAZ has ever produced. I daresay this is a strange knee jerk overreaction of a certain part of the population to the fact that at one point Mercedes, Toyota-Lexus and Cadillac owned the global market with their luxury and not so luxury vehicles. I do not understand these people at all. There is a place for all types of vehicles and all types of budgets in the market. Lada Zhiguli certainly has its own niche, and its own loyal following.
Those few who still preserve this kind of attitude, whether in Russia or beyond, suffer from a severe inferiority complex. The majority of people who drive Russian cars are absolutely fine with it, although a large percentage of Russians owns foreign vehicles.
Despite all the above, throughout decades in the West a very serious, albeit small, cult following developed for the Lada cars. They are very economical, handle great in the toughest environments and cost a fraction of what the nearest competitor charges. While the new models keep coming up, some of which were quite cool, at the same time the manufacturer VAZ has decided not to change the retro Soviet look of the originals, classic Lada Niva mini SUV and compact Lada Zhiguli. There is such nostalgia nowadays for everything retro that Lada is back en vogue.
Classic all-terrain Lada Niva
Classic retro green Lada Zhiguli – love the color
In 1980s we owned one in retro blue, like on the pic below:
And this is my namesake, new cool-looking Lada X-Ray:
Incidentally, the logo of Lada’s manufacturer is the ancient Russian ship Ladia, which makes sense since Lada is the goddess of smooth sailing, among other things.
The adventurous Lada X-Ray crossover – check out the Ladia logo on the front grill. Lada cars are promoted as very sturdy and reliable all-terrain vehicles:
Finally, Russians began promoting their stuff and putting their best foot forward a bit! It took VAZ employing some Brits to accomplish it though. It used to be that Russians were shy to mention even their biggest achievements. Writing a job resume could be a personal tragedy, since one isn’t supposed to brag, you know. And forget promo or boasting! Now you know the real secret why the flashy, manipulative and boastful West was able to get an upper hand over Russia for so long! But now, at long last, that Ladia (ship) has sailed…
For a bit of a chuckle, please also check out my humorous July 2012 LadaRayBlog article on Lada the Car and a few personal adventures riding it around Eastern Europe: A Case of Mistaken Identity: Soviet Cars and My Infamy!
Falsified history and linguistics all around us! In fact, we all exist in a soup of lies and deceit!
One of the bogus theories that has been dominant for centuries is the so-called Norman or Normanist Theory of the origin of the Kievan Rus. The opposite has been proven exhaustively for many years, yet the truth still gets swept under the rug in the West, and it is only now slowly making its way through Russian culture. You can read more in Are Scandinavians Slavs?
Another theory that has been pervasive for many centuries is that of Etruscans, their origin and language. According to anything you’ll read anywhere ‘it was a mysterious culture of unknown origin (!) that resided in what is today Italy, circa 700 BC, left beautiful objects of art and spoke the mysterious Etruscan language that no one can decipher.’ Don’t believe me, just look at this Wikipedia post.
When I hear any of this, I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. It is worrying how either inept or sold-out the so-called ‘academics’ are. In other words a very advanced civilization appeared for a short time out of the blue in the middle of Italy. Then, having created a large number of advanced art objects and an absolutely illegible writing system unrelated to anything else in existence, it for no reason at all just went poof!
According to Russian scientists, most notably Chudinov, Fomenko and Nosovsky, Etruscans still resided on the peninsula we call today Italy as late as 16th, possibly as late as 17th, century AD. Recognized as very skilled artisans, sculptors and architects, it was Etruscans and derivative ethnicities who created many amazing architectural wonders of Italy we admire today. The ‘unreadable’ language of Etruscans, which some forces went to great pains to erase or falsify, was freely read by Prof. Chudinov using… Russian language.
A somewhat similar situation has occurred with another obvious culture that mysteriously ‘disappeared’ without a trace, Prussians. According to official data, the ‘dead’ Prussian language just happened to vanish some time during medieval times, along with entire population.
It was also shown by both Chudinov and the Fomenko/Nosovsky School of the New Chronology that history of ancient Rome, Greece, Egypt, etc., was falsified and aged to make the West seem older. Russian history was made shorter and less significant. Further, these and other researchers demonstrated how the world’s grandest ever theft had taken place in front of people’s very eyes: between 17th and 18th centuries many events from Russian history were stolen or twisted, and attributed to the West. In other words, black was made white and vice versa. This bomb of a story is long, shocking and revealing. One day I’ll tell you everything I know…
I have only heard about Chudinov, Fomenko/Nosovsky and other Russian researchers, such as late Prof. Svetlana Zharnikova and late Prof. Levashov, a year or so ago, when I first began searching for confirmations of my own theories and discoveries on the Internet. More and more information is becoming public daily, and more and more voices sound, adding to the whole picture of historic truths vs. falsehood.
I do not necessarily agree with every single conclusion presented by these researchers, but I do agree with their vision, main premise and grand principle of their studies and revelations.
I also disagree with those who try to use this new vision of human history as a means to elevate the Russians and Vedic Rus above everyone else. This reverse elitism I don’t condone. I certainly understand that in big part it is a backlash against many years of grave injustices and vilification suffered by Russians. Such response is consistent with the law of pendulum: the further the pendulum swings in one direction, the bigger the inertia that will carry it in the opposite direction, to compensate for it.
However, Russians at their core are very fair, generous and magnanimous. The moment humanity stops brewing in falsehoods it has created and acknowledges the real contribution of the Rus, Russians will forgive and extend their ladon’ (hand) yet again.
The Lada Law – law of harmony and good will – will again be in effect
I strongly believe that we are all ONE: close relatives, brothers and sisters. The reason we need to know the truth is not to feel superior to others. Only those with an inferiority complex need that. This fresh knowledge and wisdom are necessary for mankind to get out of the vicious karmic loop in which it is stuck, akin to the groundhog day effect. Only by looking the truth in the eye, making peace, reconciling the differences and wisely rising above past errors will humanity break the karmic cycle.
The parts of humanity that need this closure more than others include: the West, namely USA, Canada and Europe; Ukraine; the Middle East; Africa. Others have lesser karmic debt of varying degrees.
Unfortunately, in the past humans stubbornly preferred not to see the truth because of their ego, fear and greed. As a result, when karmic conflict became insurmountable, wars would begin. Alternatively, plague, cholera and other diseases materialized. Another version of karmic retribution could be Ice Ages, earth quakes, The Great Flood, or the Comet of Karma as described in my novel The Earth Shifter. After wars and calamities, invariably humans would see the light, reform, talk, and try to create a more peaceful existence. Yet, after a while, human memory would fail again.
Some of us are here to remind the rest of humanity that there is a better way. We often have talking names – those names that wayshow what we are here to do. Such as Lada Ray. Or Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.
Why history was falsified and Russian history shortened
The same sorry state of affairs is taking place in other sciences. A good example is archeology. A very common situation is when an archeologist finds items inconsistent with official theories. Such discoveries, offered to us by the Mother Earth in order to give a hint of our true history, normally get buried.
The reason for that is threefold:
1. A powerful sold-out ‘academic’ lobby that exists in any science. Such lobby, consisting of those who built their careers on false theories, cannot fathom allowing any other theories, which would dampen their reputations and render their entire lives useless. In other words, an ordinary human ego at work.
2. The consciousness of mankind, I am sorry to say, is still not good enough and high enough to allow the truth to come through. When consciousness is high enough, the breakthrough has to happen. There are hopeful indications that the truth is being heard by more advanced humans. The cracks in the old are developing, and I, on my part, will do everything in my power to help spread the truth, knowledge and light as The Great Earth Shift progresses and takes hold on the planet.
3. The most obvious reason for falsifications and today’s false reality is the extreme Russophobia by the West. There is a very serious and deep-seated reason for that. I discussed it previously in ESRs and articles, and I will definitely continue talking about it in THE PUTIN ENIGMA.
To wet your appetite, here is a brief version: The drive of the overly yang West to suppress and malign Russia the Great Balancer has to do with the desire to take over the world.
To be sure, Russians are as much to blame for allowing all this to happen. That said, we have to look into the future. It is now time to correct the horrific distortions and right the wrongs.
My favorite multidimensional tools for revealing the truth & undoing falsified history
As I mentioned many a time, in fact, linguistics is probably our best multidimensional tool for figuring out how much our past has been distorted and what our true history should look like. In connection with other disciplines, such as anthropology, geology, archeology, genetics, as well as the very unlikely sciences such as math, astronomy and computer science, linguistics can recreate the picture of true history of which we were robbed.
To be honest, there are much better multidimensional tools for knowing your past, present and future. These tools are Vedic in nature. They are claircognizance, clairaudience, psychic regression or progression, shamanic travel and Akashic Records. Quantum Calibrations performed through kinesiology testing are also helpful.
However, most humans cannot understand these tools, nor know how to use them. As mentioned, the human consciousness level isn’t allowing such advanced tools to be used properly.
In this situation, the very best tool is actually linguistics, including etymology, toponymics, comparative linguistics (not the false kind used today, but the true one), true timeline & temporal linguistics. But forget history of languages and anything that relies on formalized history, as much of it is a lie. The new promising tool, introduced by Russian linguist Valery Chudinov, is called geo-linguistics. Chudinov is very important to rediscovery of our true roots. Remember this name, you’ll hear me mention it in the future!
Goddess Lada on handpainted Palekh lacquer box, with her followers
Mystical life in ancient Vedic Rus – Russian painting
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MY OUTRAGEOUS & FUN NEW YEAR STORIES
In my life, I happened to greet the New Year in some fun, memorable and outrageous ways, and in many fascinating places.
In the old days, back in Odessa and Moscow, we usually celebrated in a company of good friends. Being fashionably late was a sport of sorts; in our intellectual circles it was considered all in good fun. Just like in the perennially favorite Russian New Year’s film, The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath, I remember frantically trying to get to the party before the first stroke of midnight. We would catch a taxi – with difficulty – and urge the driver to go as fast as he can through the snowed-in city. Then we would storm into our friends’ apartment building clutching the requisite bottle of the Soviet Champagne (yep, it’s a famous brand) – our responsibility to bring to the party – as others nervously awaited our arrival with empty champagne flutes on hand. Then, at 11:59 sharp, as on TV the Spasskaya Tower Clock began chiming midnight, we would shout, ‘Quick, the glasses!’ and pour it just in time! New Year saved by the bell!
Later, there were many other New Years…
Once, in the 1980s, I greeted the New Year at the Tropicana Club in Havana, Cuba. Incidentally, the night club, full of hot and almost naked Cuban dancers, booze and buzz had absolutely no age restrictions. There were people of all ages, including some suspiciously young ones. But they were all divine dancers. I was invited by the club’s leading musician and manager, for whom I once translated in Russia. As a total non-drinker, I had to do some fancy footwork to enjoy the party, while avoiding drinking throughout the night.
The millennial New Year 2000 I happened to greet in Haifa, Israel. The terrorist acts were widely predicted and expected. When I was leaving to Israel before the holidays, my various Smith Barney clients begged me not to go, saying, ‘We don’t want to lose you!’ I assured them all that I would be safe. I was right, as usual. Even then, when I didn’t do it for a living, my predictions were spot on. 😉
How do you think we greeted New Year’s 2000 in Haifa? You won’t believe it, but my nice Jewish-Russian friends decided it would be fun to invite me to the Russian mega-bash at a fashionable Russian night club, called… Hollywood. The all-night entertainment program and I don’t know how-many-course holiday meal were loudly lavish, never-ending and borderline risque. We have to forgive them: they still ran on the Russian mentality of the crazy ’90s.
To be honest, I preferred to either catch up with my friends’ entire family at home or go exploring authentically Jewish and Muslim entertainment. Of course, I also did all the usual: Dead Sea, Arabic settlements, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Wailing Wall and the Holy Sepulchre.
The security on streets and airport was shocking. Let’s recall it was pre 9/11 and very bizarre to a Western eye. At the time it was very hard for an average person to understand how the entire country could constantly live under siege. The military with machine guns were everywhere you went in Jerusalem. Snipers were menacingly stationed on top of the Wailing Wall, full of Jewish worshippers in big black hats – they did expect an attack that night.
When I was leaving Israel, a young and unsmiling airport security girl in military uniform unapologetically and unemotionally squeezed every tube of the healing Dead Sea scrubs and rare creams a bought from the famous beauty company Ahava. The whole check-up procedure lasted 45 minutes. But that was nothing compared to what they’d done to a little boy’s shoe. The Arabic family in the next aisle was told to remove their little son’s shoe. The shoe was ripped apart and tossed out to the cries of the boy. Turned out it was bomb free.
Later in the decade I understood why they did what they did.
Once in the US, for New Year’s I was stuck in our country home in the Berkshires, with only my darling kitty Lilechka for company (you see her on my pic in the top right corner of this blog). It was at the time that I began writing THE EARTH SHIFTER, while also finishing up STEPFORD, USA. Incidentally, the story of Stepford, as journalist Jade Snow gets stuck in the Berkshires alone, while her husband works in New York and abroad, is partially inspired by my own.
That New Year’s we had a totally crazy amount of snow. In town, the mountains of snow pushed from the road to the sidewalks reached second and even third floors of buildings. The sidewalks looked like narrow tunnels, dug between tall white walls. The snowfall began on the 29th and by the 30th our 1/4 mile-long driveway was covered in snow to my waist. Due to the holiday I simply could not get anyone to plow it. Meanwhile, some roads and bridges from New York were closed and my hubby was unable to drive back home. When they cleared the roads and he finally arrived on the night of Jan. 1, I saw his car’s dim lights on the other side of the massive white sheet. Thank god he brought a shovel. We dug simultaneously from both sides, illuminated only by the bright moon’s light, until we met in the middle. That night I fully understood how the WWII Russians and Western allies felt when they met on Elba in 1945.
At other times I greeted the New Year on Red Square, and on Times Square. My Times Square New Year has its own funny story, which I’ll tell another time. Those times I spent New Year on Red Square, and generally in Moscow, are some of my most treasured.
New Year’s on Red Square:
These are some of my New Year’s stories. And what are yours? Please share them in comments!
Enjoy Novogodnyaya – New Year’s Song from the Russian girl band Blestyaschie (Shining).
Watch BELOVED RUSSIAN NEW YEAR COMEDIES OF ALL TIME!
Genya, the main hero of the aforementioned The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath says: ‘We have a tradition. Every year, on December 31, my friends and I gather at the banya.’ (Banya is a traditional Russian wet sauna or steam room.) That fateful phrase began the incredible adventure, which became the beloved Russian film of all time.
Just like Genya and his friends, we also have a family tradition. For New Year’s we watch the nostalgic Russian movies. Today, I want to share with you the treasures of the golden era of Soviet/Russian cinematography, which we enjoy every year.
Of course, the staple: The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath. You can find it on Amazon, or at certain Russian stores. The original made in the 1970s has the incredible magic and freshness that contemporary films are simply unable to reproduce. After all these years, it hasn’t lost its mega-popularity. There is a contemporary Irony of Fate part 2, which is also not at all bad.
Unfortunately, Irony of Fate is unavailable on YouTube. But the good news, I found several other all-time New Year favorites! And the best thing, they are posted on YouTube for FREE and they come with English subs! All highly recommended by me!
NEW RUSSIAN FILMS JUST ADDED!
Some have already celebrated the New Year. Still 12/31/16 on my side of the pond. As promised, FREE links to some of my fave Soviet/Russian New Year’s films. These are all 5 stars or above in my classification, in other words, world classics and eternal favorites (for more on my rating scale see Russian films page on FT – under RUSSIA tab above!)
NOTE! Most of these come with English subs. Because Mosfilm owns copyright, I cannot post them on FT. Please click on links below to watch on YouTube! These are unlisted, the links can only be obtained through watching a Russian version. This means Mosfilm frowns upon sharing. So, please be considerate – I am sharing only with my blog’s loyal readers, those who genuinely love Russia and are interested in her culture.
Carnival Night – Eng subs (Rus: Карнавальная ночь)
Blurb: The bureaucratic and nosy new director of the Cultural Club Ogurtsov annoyingly interferes with the preparations of the event of the year, the New Year Carnival, by demanding bizarre and non-sensical changes to the program. The party organizers are in despair, but their determination to make the concert and carnival a success help them outwit Ogurtsov.
Song ‘5 MINUTES’
Gentlemen of Fortune (Rus: Джентльмены удачи)
5+ STARS – WOULD GLADLY GIVE IT 10+! 1971. Sorry, no Eng subs. One of my fave movies of all time, a comedy with cute songs, great acting and immortal lines that became instant sayings. It is one of my New Year’s films as the action takes place mainly around New Year’s, part in Moscow and part in hot Central Asia.
This is the story of a kindly principal of a Moscow kindergarten, who also happens to be a WWII hero, and who is a spitting image of a dangerous criminal. Taking advantage of this incredible likeness, Soviet police decides to infiltrate him into the gang to find the missing archeological treasures. As the gang retraces their steps to try to find the treasures hidden by their ring leader, while experiencing various adventures along the way, our kindly kindergarten teacher subtly, and unbeknownst to him, manages to change the psyche of the gang members, who slowly develop consciousness.
The Prisoner of Caucasus, or the New Shurik’s Adventures – Eng subs (Rus: Кавказская пленница, или Новые приключения Шурика) Note, Mosfilm translates it as ‘The Caucasian Prisoner.’
5+ STARS. Awesome, cool, full of action Soviet comedy, peppered with satire and great lines that became instant classics and a part of Russian culture.
Blurb: An eccentric comedy about a student named Shurik, who goes to the Caucasus for work and meets local chief Saakhov, a man full of guile. Having been duped by conniving Saakhov, Shurik, with the assistance of three famous crooks, abducts the beautiful Nina. Now it’s up to Shurik to figure out where Nina is held prisoner and how to save her.
(This is for those who asked me about Putin’s reference to this film! You may recall Putin mentioned a line from this film in his recent annual Q&A – the one about who destroyed the 17th century chapel: ‘And the 17th century chapel we have also destroyed?’ In the comment section I’d explained what that line meant. Note, in the movie they are actually referring to the 14th century chapel. Please see full explanation in comments for Putin holds annual Q&A marathon (FULL VIDEO – Eng))
Operation Y and Shurik’s Other Adventures – Eng subs (Rus: Операция «Ы» и другие приключения Шурика
5+ STARS. The first film about the kindly and soft-hearted Shurik, who, when necessary, can show spunk and courage. The second film in the Shurik trilogy is The Prisoner of Caucasus. In this first instalment, Shurik is still a student; the film consists of 3 separate hilarious and educational episodes, describing his funny and inadvertently heroic adventures.
Blurb: A series of 3 short film comedies, where the protagonist, a student named Shurik: 1. reforms a malicious idler at a construction site; 2. frantically prepares for an exam, failing to notice his exam preparation buddy is actually a pretty girl; 3. with the help of a granny catches three burglars attempting to rob a warehouse.
And it’s 2017!
ADDED JAN. 1. 2017. These two Russian films are great to watch any time of year!
Ivan Vasilievich Changes Professions – with english subtitles (Rus: Иван Васильевич меняет профессию). In the US it was released as ‘Ivan Vasilievich Back to the Future.’
5+ STARS – deserves all 10!
Hilarious and charming comedy, with elements of social satire, based on M. Bulgakov’s play “Ivan Vasilievich” about a time machine, which inadvertently transports the smart czar Ivan the Terrible into the twentieth century. At the same time, tsar Ivan’s look-alike, not very bright bureaucrat Bunsha, together with a shrewd thief George Miloslavsky, by mistake get transported into the ancient Russia. The result is a cool and funny comedy of errors you’ll remember.
This is also the third installment of Shurik’s adventures, where Shurik is a researcher and inventor of the time machine.
5+ STARS – deserves all the stars it can get! Cool, sweet, action packed, comical and satirical, with great songs and soundtrack, with lines that became instant hits and a part of the Russian culture. Funny and fun – don’t miss!
Blurb: An awkward and kind-hearted family man, Semyon Semyonovich, by mistake gets entangled in a major smuggling operation during his tour abroad. Being confused with the crook he travels with, he becomes the unwilling and unwitting courier, carrying precious jewels in his fake arm cast. Throughout the dangerous and elaborate cat a mouse game, which turns into a comedy of errors, Semyon Semyonovich manages to outsmart the international criminals.
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IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
I have to interrupt the regularly scheduled posts I promised you all yesterday for this huge breaking news. Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukaev has been detained earlier today in Russia. He was caught red-handed while accepting a bribe. In Russian Criminal Code a bribe ‘received in an especially large amount’ carries a much stricter punishment. (Alexey Ulyukaev – Wikipedia)
According to the Russian news, Putin knew about this sting operation from the start. The police advised Putin of Ulyukaev’s detention. Following that, Putin discussed the situation with the head of the government, PM Dmitry Medvedev.
Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that Putin was informed of the operation from the start and that the allegations are very serious. Either way, he said, Ulyukaev’s guilt will be decided by court.
From Rossia24: Ulyukaev caught red-handed while receiving a bribe of $2 million. He was under surveillance for a year. He demanded the $2mln bribe from Rosneft, promising a positive evaluation of the Rosneft deal to purchase 50% of state-owned shares of Bashneft (both major oil companies).
Here’s another video on the Ulyukaev court action.
This detention follows a string of high-profile cases against high-level officials in Russia for corruption, including governors, mayors and police.
Read about billions of rubles and dollars in cash found in possession of a police colonel. This, thriller-worthy story is described in EARTH SHIFT REPORT 15: PUTIN’S PLUTONIUM ULTIMATUM TO THE US. I explain how this enormous stash, with dollar stacks still in the original US Federal Reserve wrappers and neatly stored in a high-security luxury Moscow condo, was supposed to be used to stage color revolution in Russia.
The Ulyukaev arrest has been touted as the new, more decisive round of cleaning up the corruption. It’s about time. Russians at large are in total support of this move.
The real significance of Ulyukaev’s arrest
The fight with corruption is great and it has to be done, no question about it. It’s also great that Russian police and court are able finally to act boldly and get things done against the high-profile targets, who managed to avoid punishment in the past. These are very, very good news. Especially when you compare it to the disaster the police and court have become in many other countries.
But there’s much more to the story and it has a very important twist. Ulyukaev is considered the 5th column in Russia. Just like the majority of the so-called ‘economic block of the government,’ the patriotic circles consider him an ‘enemy’ working against the interests of Russia and for the interests of the Western NWO. The proof of how deep the tentacles of the US FED and various anti-Russian interests have penetrated into Russia during the 90s is how Russian Central Bank behaved during anti-Russian sanctions and during the 2014 attack on the ruble.
Another proof is the near disastrous situation with the once great Russian/Soviet educational system. Once Russia began following the Western system, with its silly standardized tests and lack of real education, the IQ and scores started dangerously slipping. A couple of months ago, another member of the government’s ‘economic block’ and another member of the pro-West, neo-liberal 5th column, the minister of education Livanov, was dismissed based on his performance. Around the same time, the former Russian ambassador to Ukraine, credited with allowing the Kiev maidan and coup slip between his fingers, was also dismissed.
Kiev junta refused to accept the new Russian ambassador, which means the Russian embassy operates without its head – not a good position to be. Without pausing for a breath and in an openly tongue-in-cheek move, Putin appointed ex-minister Livanov “the high representative to Ukraine on economic ties and cultural cooperation.” I might add: ‘the destroyed by Kiev and now almost non-existent economic Ukraine-Russia ties and cultural cooperation.’ The mocking part is obvious: since Kiev refuses to accept a real ambassador, the man who has been dismissed for poor performance (in education, no less) will be a perfect match for the Idiocracy+ dumb and dumber that have taken over the poor Ukraine.
Incidentally, the new Russian minister of education is a woman, and she is expected to bring education back up to the standards Russians are used to. Long-term I am optimistic, but it’ll take some years…
Back to Ulyukaev. The Russian patriotic and serious analytical circles alike have been for years demanding the dismissal of Livanov, Ulyukaev, Greff (head of Sberbank), minister of health, and others from the economic block. Interestingly enough, PM Dmitry Medvedev is often included in these demands. While I agree about everyone else on the list, I disagree about Medvedev. I’ll explain in THE PUTIN ENIGMA book (which will be released in 2017) who Medvedev really is and why he is important to Russia.
Therefore, this dismissal tied to Ulyukaev’s corruption is a very important signal that the society demands are being heard. I can’t overemphasize how important this move is.
The arrest of Khodorkovsky, Lebedev and the breakup of Yukos back in the mid-2000s signaled the beginning of an end of the Russian oligarchs and the end of the Western enslavement of the Russian economy.
The arrest of Ulyukaev, the key figure in the pro-West economic block, signals the beginning of the restoration of Russia’s full economic sovereignty.
The timing is important too: right after Trump won US elections. We’ll continue seeing that the very fact of Trump victory will have enormous influence on many countries.I’ll discuss that fully during the January-February live webinars.
Incidentally, Ulyukaev presided over the proposed sale of the 19% of Rosneft (state-owned oil giant) to private investors. This sale has been vehemently opposed in Russia, and yet, after years of delays and popular resistance, it was still going through.
So far the info is very scarce. But I strongly suspect that as a result of Ulyukaev’s arrest, the Rosneft sale will be scrapped. Other state assets were also pushed to be sold by Ulyukaev, despite complaints and mass resistance. Basically, he is one of the most hated men in Russia, probably next to Khodorkovsky. He was one of those who pushed for neo-liberal anti-Russian privatization reforms in the ’90s.
Again, recall what I wrote about Khodorkovsky in ESR3: Oligarch Wars. He was arrested on money and tax evasion laundering charges. Yes, he was guilty of all that, and that was how they were able to best nail him. But his real crime was treason: he attempted to sell Russian strategic assets he previously stole from the Russian people, to the US. Subsequently, he wanted to take over Russia by buying up the Duma deputies, with subsequent turning of Russia into a colony of the US/NWO. If Putin and his team weren’t on their toes, if Putin didn’t have the courage to act, Russia – the Great Balancer would disappear. There would be no one left to counter the Western aggression and neo-colonialism. And today, dear friends, we would all be slaves in the fully NWO-controlled world.
The whole fictionalized story of what went on and how Khodorkovsky was arrested is described in my novel THE EARTH SHIFTER. In it, oligarch Konukovsky is styled after the infamous Khodorkovsky. Oligarch Yury Gurevich in my other novel GOLD TRAIN (Accidental Spy Russia Adventure) is a composite of a couple of oligarchs I knew, plus another infamous ex-oligrach, Boris Berezovsky. All my books are sold on Amazon. (More on BOOKS).
My suspicion (I’ll confirm it when I have more intel) is that in line with the true, secret reasoning for Khodorkovsky’s mid-2000s arrest, there is much more to the Ulyukaev story. I suspect he was involved in a lot more wrongdoing than is being publicly admitted by authorities, no doubt due to the ongoing investigation.
And let’s recall what I predicted in EARTH SHIFT REPORT 15: PUTIN’S PLUTONIUM ULTIMATUM TO THE US: next step is nationalization of the ruble and Central Bank. Putin will continue systematically and carefully moving in the right direction. Ulyukaev’s arrest is another step, clearing the way for the implementation of this goal. Putin’s moves are never random. They are a part of the carefully thought-out strategic chess game very few can see.
Americans will do well to take a leaf out of the Russians’ book. Incidentally, Trump just might ‘clean that swamp’!
Trump and Putin already had a phone conversation, in which they agreed on cooperation in Syria. Trump also already made a very smart gesture towards Russia: he promised to release all Russians arrested during Obama admin and held in American jails. There are several people, who were kidnapped in third countries and held on some sort of trumped up charges. Usually Russians really value such gestures of good will.
I plan an additional follow-up video on Trump election. Most importantly, I plan live webinars on what to expect from Trump and the future of the US/West, early next year. During these webinars, participants will be able to ask live questions.
Much more coming your way! Stay tuned!
P.S. Shill attack against my top-rated novel The Earth Shifter
Incidentally, there is a shill attack against my top-rated novel The Earth Shifter on Amazon. My first ever one star review. My books never, not under the worst of circumstances, received any one star reviews. And it’s not a real review, but a mean personal attack against my name! Notice the date: November 7 – right before the US election and right after I published my prediction that Trump would win. They wanted to hit where it hurts.
Considering the book received mostly 5 star reviews ever since it was published, this really smells. Pretty sure this shill didn’t even read The Earth Shifter.
Here’s the LINK. It is on the right side, under ‘best critical reviews.’ The most interesting thing is that it shows up on this page, but when you click on it, it doesn’t come up at all.
Ok, have determined that this person is definitely a shill: The review does not contain ‘verified purchase’ sign, which means he didn’t read my book.
Most importantly and helpfully, every review is supposed to contain a REPORT ABUSE button you can click if you find the review abusive – which I absolutely do for this one! I can’t see this button on my end, since you know, authors have no rights, according to Amazon; we are just supposed to sit and take it on the chin.
But all of you should see the REPORT ABUSE button under this review (please let me know if it doesn’t show up – perhaps Amazon needs to be contacted with a complaint). If enough people click it, then presumably, Amazon will remove such review (just don’t click on any button more than once!).
I appreciate any help and thank you for your continued support!