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Forbidden History: Russian Truth Code and Goddess Lada

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…

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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.

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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.

We briefly touched upon what Vedism means in Forbidden History: Are Scandinavians Slavs? I also provide a substantial number of linguistic clues in ESR6: Ukraine – New Khazarian Khaganate?

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.

GODDESS LADA

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.

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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 ships

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.

palm ladoshka

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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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:

  1. 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’.
  2. 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.

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Classic all-terrain Lada Niva

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Classic retro green Lada Zhiguli – love the color

In 1980s we owned one in retro blue, like on the pic below:

retro lada zhiguli

And this is my namesake, new cool-looking Lada X-Ray:

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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:

lada x ray crossover

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!

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Goddess Lada on handpainted Palekh lacquer box, with her followers

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Mystical life in ancient Vedic Rus – Russian painting

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Kiev Tries to Ban Russian Language – Ukrainians Respond with Russian Song Katyusha

This is the follow-up to my previous posts:

In Beautiful Russian-Soviet Song Flash Mobs, I showed you how people in Zaporozhie, Kharkov, Odessa and Moscow countered the vicious hatred emanating from Kiev junta, and how they said no to repressions against Russian language in Ukraine.

The new additional data coming in on the repressions against Russian language: Kiev Rada will be voting on the new law, which is supposed to limit Russian language programming on TV and radio to 5%. Already, most Russian films, all Russian-languge  TV/radio stations and publications are banned in Ukraine, except the openly anti-Putin and anti-Russian ones.

There is another radical ukro-nazi proposal awaiting a vote in the Rada. It calls for the Russian speakers who always resided in Ukraine to be denied citizenship and the right to education. Ukraine is following in the footsteps of Latvia and Estonia, the euro-fascist members of the EU, where millions of Russian-speakers are denied citizenship and given a label of ‘non-citizens.’ Who needs Hitler…

This last one was proposed by an infamous deputy from Western Ukraine, Irina Farion, who during Soviet times used to be a member of the Communist Party, but when it became profitable, she promptly switched to the ukro-nazi side of the most vicious kind. She reminds me of the Lithuanian ‘president’ installed by the US, Dalia Gribauskayte, also once a Communist Party member and daughter of a KGB (NKVD) officer, who turned the moment US/EU promised her those proverbial 30 pieces of silver.

Another law being passed mandates that no signs in Russian language can appear in airports and train stations, despite the fact that 70% of Ukraine prefers to speak Russian. The mandated languages for public announcements and signs in Ukraine airports and train stations will be Ukrainian and English.

There are many more acts of repression towards Russian language and culture in Ukraine.

After all this, is it any wonder that normal people are leaving Ukraine by millions? The problem with that is: if everyone normal leaves, who will be left? Only imbeciles, sheeple and low-lives? This, unfortunately, is a very worrying ongoing trend in Ukraine. For more read: Mass Migration: What Happens if a Country Gains or Loses its Life Force? (US, EU, Russia, China, Ukraine).

Many leave, but some choose to stay and hold the fort, no matter how hard it is, until a meaningful change can occur.

To say NO to all the repressions, the new Flash mob “The Russian World” was born in Zaporozhye, Eastern Ukraine. The industrial city of Zaporozhye, located on the banks of the River Dnepr, next to Donbass and not far from Donetsk, was the seat of the Soviet 1930s industrialization. Read more about it in the articles linked at the bottom.

After the Russian-Soviet song flash mobs in Zaporozhye, Kharkov, Odessa and Moscow, Dnepropetrovsk has joined in. Dnepropetrovsk is a large city and an oblast located between Zaporozhye and Donetsk oblasts in Eastern Ukraine.

The Dnepropetrovsk Train Station flash mob sang the famous Russian song Katyusha. Here’s the first amateur video of the Katyusha flash mob:

Better quality full version of the Dnepropetrovsk Katyusha flash mob has posted on YT:

 

You can find some original versions of Katyusha in Legendary Soviet Music Hits.

And this is Katyusha by the Red Army Choir:

I also found this, with Eng subs:

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Beautiful Russian-Soviet Song Flash Mobs Unite Russians and Ukrainians Against Kiev Junta Hatred

Since 2014 Kiev junta banned Russian language during school classes. Now every teacher is mandated to speak only Ukrainian in class, and so are students. In 2014 and 2015 the historic symbolism uniting Russia and Ukraine was banned. Many historic monuments were destroyed throughout Ukraine as well. Ukro-nazi thugs from the ‘right sector’ Svoboda and various nazi battalions brutally beat up and even killed those who tried to resist. Among things banned in Ukraine have been the Victory Banner (symbol of the WWII Victory), names of cities and streets. They succeeded in renaming one of the largest cities in Ukraine from Dnepropetrovsk to Dnepr. They tried to rename Odessa to Kotsyubeevsk (if you can believe it), but met with staunch resistance from Odessans, which made them back off.

The newest thing the Kiev junta is doing is banning Russian language during school breaks. Teachers caught speaking Russian will be fired.

In the atmosphere of the oppression, the people are finding ways to resist in a beautiful and inspiring way, by performing Russian-Soviet songs at train stations.

It began on November 13 in Zaporozhye, the large industrial city in Eastern Ukraine, located next to Donbass. The city of Zaporozhye is located in the very center of the ancestral Zaporozhskie Cossack territories. Zaporozhye means basically ‘beyond the white waters.’ It is located on the banks of the river Dnepr and it is the white waters of the river that gave it its name. The city was founded by the Russian tsars; in 1930s it became the center of the Soviet industrialization. It is the sight of the famous symbol of the Soviet industrialization DneproGes (Dnepr Hydroelectric Station). It is also the home to the metallurgical giant Zaporozhstal’ (Zaporozhye Metal Plant). Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is also built here. I again want to stress that everything that has been built in Zaporozhye was built by either the Russian Empire or the USSR. During its 25 years of ‘independence’ Ukraine built nothing of significance. On the contrary, much was ruined and stolen. More here: Insane Asylum Overload: Ukraine Bans Communism – Goodbye Chinese Investments.

The first flash mob at the Zaporozhye Train Station sang the song from the hit Soviet film, The Spring on River Street, 1956. The Spring on River Street is a romantic comedy about a worker from Zaporozhstal’ and a young teacher, fresh out of college. The song is called, My Native Street. This song is sort of unofficial anthem of Zaporozhye.

I have to say that after I heard this flash mob several days ago I can’t stop humming this song, which I’ve always loved.

Flash mob at Zaporozhye Train Station, November 2016. Russian-Soviet song: My Native Street:

And this is the original from 1956, with the clip from the film The Spring on River Street. Улица родная – Весна на Заречной улице. You can find this film and this song featured on my RUSSIAN FILMS page. Incidentally, the film was made by the Odessa Movie Studio.

Kharkov, the 2nd largest city in Ukraine and the former capital, was next. At the Kharkov Train Station the flash mob performed another hit from the same era, The Old Maple, from film Devchata (Girls), a romantic comedy by Mosfilm (Moscow Film Studio).

This is the original with the clip from Devchata:

Odessa Train Station flash mob was the largest and it performed the hit Russian-Soviet song Smuglyanka (Darkie, the Moldavian Girl) from the famous 1973 film Only Old Men Go into Battle. I believe this masterpiece of a film was made at the Kiev Movie Studio. It was during Soviet times, of course, before Kiev sold out and destroyed everything previous generations stood for. It is action/drama about the multi-ethnic unit of the Soviet pilots during WWII, who loved to sing. This film is also featured on my RUSSIAN FILMS page.

The choice of a song was good for Odessa, a very international city, as well as it being a close neighbor to Moldova. It also was a gutsy choice, since Soviet symbolism, including Russian WWII symbols, is banned in Ukraine.

This is the original Smuglyanka by the Red Army Choir

In response, Russians organized their own flash mob in Moscow, at the Kiev Train Station. Yep, there is a train station in Moscow that is called ‘Kiev Train Station’ where trains from Kiev terminate. It was always there, and it doesn’t occur to anyone to rename that station, unlike the war on everything Russian in Ukraine. In reality the most popular train in Ukraine is Lvov-Kiev-Moscow, despite all the bans of the Kiev junta.

The song at the Kiev Train Station is called Rozpriagaite Hloptsi Koney (Boys, Unsaddle Your Horses). It is a Cossack song, sung in Ukrainian, or more precisely, southern Russian dialect. My mom loved that song.

In the end of the clip the lead of the group Yarilov Znoy (Ra’s Heat) says that they organized the flash mob to show that, despite all the hateful rhetoric, Russians and Ukrainians are one people, sharing one history.

Related articles:

Last Hope for Ukraine: All-Ukrainian Orthodox March for Peace in Donbass Culminates in Kiev

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This is Ukraine’s top event for July 2016, overshadowing everything else that goes on. Two branches of the All-Ukrainian Russian Orthodox March for Peace in Donbass started on July 3, one in the east (Donbass), another in the west (Ternopol) of Ukraine. Both marched on foot to Kiev, where they converged and joined forces.

The name for this unique event, which on a smaller scale regularly takes place for special occasions in Russian Orthodox churches, is Крестный ход (Krestniy Khod). However, the size and scope of this particular happening is unprecedented. 

Some incorrectly translate Крестный ход to English as ‘a crusade.’ In reality, the right translation would be a ‘peaceful pilgrimage’ with the elements of a ‘march.’  The purpose of such event is multi-prong: to atone for personal and collective sins of humans; to ask for forgiveness and seek god’s and Divine Mother’s protection; to declare the desire for unity and peace.

Technically, initially – some time in 9th-10th century or so – a Catholic ‘crusade’ did signify the same as Крестный ход. However, the meaning of a crusade was irreparably tarnished as a result of aggressive Crusades by violent Western/Catholic knights against Jerusalem, Constantinople, Middle East and Russia with the expressed purpose of looting and conquest. Therefore, the word ‘crusade’ acquired a decidedly negative and derogatory connotation. 

A reader asked me if these were two separate branches of Orthodox Church that wanted to show their unity by converging in Kiev. No, this is the same Russian Orthodox Church: its Ukrainian branch. This march united all those in Ukraine who belong to the Russian Orthodox Church, with Patriarchy in Moscow. This is the dominant religion in Ukraine.

However, there is a breakaway branch of ‘Ukrainian Orthodox Church,’ unrecognized by other Orthodox Churches and world religions. There is also a very confusing ‘Greek-Catholic’ Church, primarily in Western Ukraine, where the Vatican penetrated when those territories belonged to Poland and Austria-Hungary. The latter is essentially Catholicism with some Orthodox stuff thrown in to camouflage its real essence. Both of these have been thriving and greatly expanding since 2014 Kiev coup. They both support the ‘right sector’ and Bandera ukro-nazis; both are Russophobic. Neither of these two were a party to this All-Ukrainian march.

There is a big problem in Ukraine with these two breakaway (shall we call them separatist?) religions: using nationalists and ukro-nazis, they attack regular Orthodox churches and monasteries, beat up, kill or expel Batyushkas (priests), threaten congregations and take over such churches for themselves. The problem is being silenced or quietly supported by Poroshenko and his junta. Russian State and the Russian Church have been trying to appeal to Catholic and other religions, as well as to Western leaders to help restore justice. The West – as usual – is silent.

There were many threats against this All-Ukraine March for Peace, and not only from ukro-nazis, but also from Ukraine government officials. Ukraine’s minister of interior Arsen Avakov and his advisor Gerashchenko posted threats against march participants on their Facebook pages; recommendations to attack and kill the marchers sounded from some Ukraine parliament deputies. Rotten eggs were thrown, fake bombs were set up on the way. Odessa pilgrims were threatened to be BURNED ALIVE inside buses they were boarding to get to Kiev (recall Odessa May 2, 2014 Kulikovo Polie tragedy when people were burned alive)! Attempts to intimidate pilgrims, disrupt the march and block it from entering Kiev were made by ukro-nazis from fascist OUN/UPA.

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A couple of days ago: Bandera OUN/UPA ukro-nazis try to block Khrestniy Khod near Kiev

This Khrestniy Khod is a huge event, coinciding with a major Russian Orthodox holiday today, July 28. It is usually celebrated by lavish services and prayer on Vladimirskaya Gorka (Vladimir’s Hill) and in Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra – the most sacred and original monastery of Russian Orthodoxy. Both of these are Kiev’s most famous landmarks. Moreover, the main street of Kiev is called ‘Khreshchatic,’ loosely translated as ‘The Way to Christening.’ It was through this main road of the ancient Kievan Rus’ that Knyaz’ Vladimir and others marched to the shore of the River Dnieper, where they were christened and converted into Orthodox Christianity.

To be sure, Knyaz’ Vladimir himself first took Christianity prior to that in Crimea. However, at the time there was no such name; the peninsula we today call Crimea (in Tartar: Krim) was called Tavria or Tavrida. Incidentally, there are calls to return its ancient historic name.

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Above: The views of gorgeous Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra, UNESCO World Heritage site and Kiev’s most famous landmark

Therefore, no matter how much they try to deny it, Kiev’s history and today are intrinsically connected to Rus’ and Russian history. (Read the complete story in ESR2: Ukraine Truth, Lies & Future Hope).

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Above: All-Ukrainian Крестный ход (Krestniy Khod) for Peace marches through Ukraine’s countryside

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Above: All-Ukrainian Крестный ход (Krestniy Khod) marches through Kiev to Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra

It turned out that 2016 Orthodox March for Peace in Donbass, culminating in the convergence of the Western and Eastern Ukraine on Vladimir’s Hill and Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra, was too big of an event to quietly sabotage or kill off its participants, as junta and ukro-nazis initially intended. Its slogan for peace and its unifying spirit caused enough international resonance that Kiev dared not. Neither US, with its protests against Clinton/DNC, nor Merkel or Hollande, with their countries on the verge of explosion, could afford violence against peaceful pilgrims. Poroshenko received orders from his Western bosses to do everything in his power to cool hot heads and protect the march.

Ukraine’s National Guard, initially created in 2014 to fight against the people of Donbass and to squash any descent in Odessa and Kharkov, was called in to protect the pilgrims. Meanwhile, observers noted that Kiev became strangely deserted as various junta bosses and ministers ran for cover. Some were seen at their villas somewhere in Italy or France, others simply left the city.

These are videos of yesterday’s march: a sea of people moving through the streets of Kiev! Notice that the religious singing is in Russian.

While the dark forces that took over Ukraine ran to their Mediterranean villas or hid in their holes, an extraordinary situation took place in Kiev as one hundred thousand people joined the march through its streets. Previously, ten thousand joined the march when it traveled through Kharkov, and thousands joined it in every town and city it passed. In every town, including Kiev, volunteers cooked free meals and prepared tea for pilgrims. Kiev, for the first time since the bloody February 2014 coup, turned into a city of peace and unity. Observers noted that the energy during the march was incredibly high. And they are absolutely right.

I can quantify this mystical energy surge for you through my Quantum Calibrations. The miraculous transformation is particularly striking if you compare yesterday’s energy to the energy of Kiev just two weeks ago:

The city of Kiev 2 weeks ago, July 13, 2016:

Calibration 90 (violent grief) Chi 40 (guilt/despondency: suicide red zone)

The city of Kiev during March for Peace , July 27, 2016:

Calibration 290 (neutrality/friendliness) Chi 485 (humanity/compassion)

For complete scale go to: EARTH SHIFT SYSTEM and QUANTUM CALIBRATIONS

Of course today the energy is already much lower than yesterday, but it’s still a huge leap compared to what it was before. However, to maintain high energy, it has to be reinforced day after day, while energetic debris is systematically cleared. Alas, once all that scum that temporarily deserted Kiev returns back, the city will fall into grief yet again. But here’s the good news: once the crack in the armor appears, it’ll continue growing. As I’ve predicted since 2014, eventually people will recall who they really are. Eventually, the amnesia induced by severe brainwashing will dissipate and Ukraine will turn around.

The most significant lesson shown by this Gandhi-like non-violent march is that the only thing that can unite the disparate and antagonistic sides of Ukraine is Russian Orthodoxy, based on Rus’ heritage and Russian language. This result is visible to all and it will be very hard to ignore. This message is in total contrast to the values of Ukrainian nationalists and Kiev junta, and it will be heard regionally and globally.

For a complete understanding, read Ukraine-related EARTH SHIFT REPORTS (ESR2, ESR3, ESR6, ESR8)

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Discovering The Real Belarus – with awesome pics!

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In this post we are offering you an rare glimpse of the many facets of Belarus. There has been a stigma attached to Belarus in the West, while the real understanding and truthful assessment of what’s happening in those parts is non-existent. West-dominated global media has simply accepted the claim that Belarus is a dictatorship and until recently it was generally accepted in the West that if Belarus hasn’t fallen apart yet, it surely soon will.

The truth is entirely different, of course. Just to give you an idea of a typical Western MSM bashing approach, here is an excerpt from UK’s ‘Independent.’

WARNING! This 2012 piece from UK’s publication ‘Independent’ will probably make you roll your eyes and shake your head due to how badly it misses the mark and because in 2016 WE KNOW what subsequently happened to the countries and leaders mentioned in it. But I want to assure you that it’s not the focus of our article. The only reason I mention the ‘Independent’ piece is to provide a perspective and so you could understand fully what Belarus is up against and what kind of madmen we are dealing with in the West.

After this, we will proceed to our today’s Belorussia feature. FT contributor Stanislav Sokolov (Nemo) and I have prepared a real treat for you! But that’s for sweet desert. Before we get to that, here’s a telling excerpt from the ‘Independent.’ Note that the article below was written and an interview was taken by a former Russian, working for ‘Independent,’ whose personal views coincide with typical Western propaganda.

The ‘Independent’ excerpt:

LINK: What’s so good about democracy anyway? Audience with the last dictator in Europe – 2012

QUOTE: As President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko has made the former Soviet state a pariah nation. In a rare interview, he says that it’s security rather than freedom that his people really want.

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It is said you can judge a man by the company he keeps. If so, Alexander Lukashenko – President of Belarus for the last 18 years – is sending out worrying signals.

Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian President whose regime has overseen the massacres of Houla and Daraya, is described as “wonderful” and “an absolute European, civilized man”. Colonel Gaddafi is name-dropped, as is Saddam Hussein.

Sat amid the faux grandeur of his offices in Minsk, he recalled the cosy chats he once shared with the former Libyan autocrat – “I told him: ‘Muammar, you need to sort things out with Europe yourself!’ Then he told me about his relationship with Sarkozy” – and more darkly about how the West turned on his old Iraqi confidant.

“American envoys came to see me before the crisis in Iraq and asked me to say that there were nuclear weapons in Iraq. I refused. They even told me that things would go well for Belarus in terms of investments, etc. All I had to do was to support them.

“I told them that I couldn’t do it because I knew that there were no nuclear weapons there. And, after talking to Hussein back then, I told them that Hussein was ready to come to an agreement with them regarding oil, if that’s what they were after, and other things. Just don’t bomb; don’t destroy the country! He was ready to show – and showed – all these [alleged WMD] sites.

“Their answer was: ‘We believe you, but the war machine’s engine is already running too fast.’ I swear to you that this conversation took place and that a man came to see me and we were discussing this matter in this very room.”

With that he leant back and stared intently at me. An imitation fire flickered in the hearth, the plastic logs casting a febrile glow across the left-side of his face.

“It’s a double standard,” he insisted with some justification. “Americans want to make us democratic. Go make Saudi Arabia democratic! Do we look like Saudi Arabia? Far from it! Why not make them democratic? Because he is a son of a bitch, but he is our son of a bitch.

“You’re bandits. Democratic bandits. You’ve destroyed thousands, maybe millions of people [in Iraq and Afghanistan].” He exclaimed: “I’m living through being democratised with a truncheon on the head by the West every day. Who needs that kind of democracy?”

Authoritarianism is still prevalent in former Soviet states. It was why I had wanted to visit Belarus and meet its leader. I wanted a reminder of where we had come from. To my disquiet, what I found was a warning of what might happen if other ex-Soviet countries in the region turn away from Europe and back towards the past.

Google Lukashenko and the prefix you find most given is “Europe’s last dictator”. It was a moniker coined in 2005 by the United States when it called on the people of Belarus to cast off the “yoke of tyranny”.   (END QUOTE)

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What can I add to this? Everything’s clear, isn’t it? What an absolute fiasco of an article. I literally have never seen a publication or a ‘journalist’ manage to put their foot in their mouth so many times in the course of several paragraphs. Lukashenko was, after all, right about weapons of mass destruction and Iraq invasion, about Gaddafi, about Assad, Saudi Arabia, USA, and West in general. Moreover, he turned out a lot more right in his approach towards building and preserving his country than the bordering Ukraine, previously the darling of the West among post-Soviet states. All one has to do is recall Ukraine’s 2014 ukro-nazi color revolution and its catastrophic consequence of civil war, economic destruction and country’s breakup.

How fascinating it is to read that clueless 2012 article from the height of the knowledge and experience we possess in 2016. How much food for thought and how many lessons it brings to light!

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2016 map of Belarus and surrounding countries

In 2015 I visited Belarus and its capital Minsk. I was invited to deliver a high-level consultation on geopolitical and global economic developments, followed by an offer of a long-term consulting position. I talk more about that in my recent post: Eurasia Developments: Belarus Monetary Reform; Moscow World’s Most Dynamic City; Armenia Joins Russian Air Defence.

Belarus, also called Belorussia, is the western-most post-Soviet republic, which first acquired independence in 1991, after then heads of Russia (Yeltsin), Belarus and Ukraine met in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, a famous nature preserve on Belorussian territory, and decided to go their separate ways. The Belovezhskaya Pushcha Agreement is considered by many in the post-Soviet space illegal; there are growing demands to annul it and classify it as treason. Whether there is any chance of that happening is a different story, which I’ll touch upon in one of the future Earth Shift Reports.

Before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution Belarus was an integral part of Russia. Before the independence was handed to Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic on a platter in 1991, Belarus never had any history of statehood. Belorussian language was in fact considered a western-Russian dialect, much like the Ukrainian language.

As a linguist I can tell you that compared to Belorussian, Ukrainian dialect was infinitely more developed and prominent, and had more characteristics of a language. For one: a number of big authors wrote in it, which is one of the required characteristics for a language status. The most prominent such author is a 19th century Russian literary genius Nikolay Gogol; others worth mentioning: Taras Shevchenko, Lesia Ukrainka and Grigory Skovoroda. Two: several million spoke Ukrainian, which again isn’t sufficient, but a helpful characteristic to classify a dialect as a language. None of these characteristics are present in Belorussian.

That said, even the exceptionally developed southern-Russian, aka, Malorussian/Ukrainian was still a dialect. Most writers, such and Gogol, still primarily used Russian language in their work; in cities, such as Kiev, people mostly spoke Russian, while in villages mostly Ukrainian or a mix.

Let’s also recall that the area surrounding Kiev and what is today central Ukraine was traditionally called Malorossia (aka Russia Minor, as opposed to The Greater Russia). The words ‘Ukraine’ and ‘Ukrainian’ came from Polish. These words don’t need a translation in any Slavic language, simply meaning ‘on the edge’ or ‘outskirts.’ The 19th century Polish and Austria-Hungarian landlords labeled so the poor villagers who were under their yoke in western Ukraine. It was later that the label was expanded to central Ukraine and Kiev, which wasn’t considered a part of Ukraine.

By 1922, Lenin insisted that the core Russian territories of east and south be added to Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. The reason was geopolitically and politically expedient at the time, but it created a long-term disaster, as we are seeing today. I lay out the entire spread on the issues of Ukraine, Malorossia, its true history and language issues, why Lenin made such disastrous decisions, and much more in my Ukraine-dedicated Earth Shift Reports: ESR2, ESR3 and ESR6.

Both Ukrainian and Belorussian dialects were given the status of languages by Lenin during the formation of the USSR in 1922. Compared to Ukrainian/Malorussian, Belorussian dialect was much less developed, being its poor cousin. Therefore, it has taken a lot more effort, with very little result, to mold a dialect into any semblance of a proper language. Despite the widespread availability of the artificially created Belorussian language, most in Belarus speak Russian.

Belorussian President since 1994, Alexander Lukashenko, has been labeled by the West ‘the last dictator of Europe.’ Belarus and Lukashenko have been under Western sanctions since 1990s and to this day very few Western countries have diplomatic relations with Belarus.

Yet, as I discussed in IS PUTIN PART OF NWO?, Belarus expertly navigated the turbulent waters of the Western-financed color revolutions and economic crises and is still doing pretty well, avoiding many potential disasters.

Moreover, Lukashenko, whom I call ‘the sly fox,’ managed to capitalize on Ukraine’s problems, on the rift between EU and Russia and on anti-Russian sanctions. Sometimes he plays a peacemaker or gracious host, as in the case of hosting Ukraine-DNR/LNR Minsk negotiations with Putin, Hollande and Merkel. The result of that was that some of the long-standing anti-Belarus sanctions came off.

On the other hand, capitalizing on the Russian sanctions, Belarus engaged in piracy and illegal distribution: for example, enterprising Belorussians would import banned produce and goods from the EU, then slap Belorussian labels on them and pass them on the Russian market as their own. This underhanded approach offended Russians and even caused a public clash between Putin, when he pointed out the facts of piracy, and Lukashenko. Under Putin’s pressure, Lukashenko was eventually forced to crack down on illegal bait-and-switch, and relations normalized again. 

Lukashenko is a sly fox and an outspoken eccentric, who once in a while does put his foot in his mouth. But for the time being he is the only leader who can keep Belarus together and in pretty good shape, especially considering the mess in the nearby Ukraine and Baltics. Moreover, Belarus, along with Kazakhstan, plays an exceedingly important role as a support system for Russia in her role as the Great Global Balancer. Belarus also actively participates in the shaping up of the new, multi-polar world. For this reason, Lukashenko is forgiven his lapses and eccentricities and Belarus is treated by Russia with kid gloves.

Read all this and much more juicy intel and Lada Ray original, off-the-beaten-path predictions about Belarus and Lukashenko in ESR1 reloaded: IS PUTIN PART OF NWO? (Lukashenko’s Bluff).

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And here is the treat I promised! And did I mention that Stanislav is also an awesome photographer? Check out a treasure trove of his Minsk pics! Along the way of his travels Stanislav also visited Helsinki, Finland, so we have thrown in a couple of images of Helsinki as well.

In the end, I’ll have a few afterthoughts and clarifications of my own.

Travelogue: DISCOVERING BELARUS

by Stanislav Sokolov (Nemo)

This article is a series of observations from my recent week-long trip to Minsk and surroundings, and will be comprised of a few sketched notes around some general topic that I observed, which together will hopefully help create a picture of Belorussia. It was the first time I visited Belorussia – I haven’t been there even while living in USSR and was curious as to how the land and the people fared.

Interestingly, my trip went through Finland – another country that I visited for the first time. Despite the turbulent history of the 20th century, Finns still keep the history of their federative association with the Russian Empire, keep the monuments and stellas, and do not re-write history as is the want in the other Western European countries.

Only a few Western European countries have diplomatic relation with Belorussia, and Finland is one of them. I could have applied for Belorussian visa in Finland, but I chose another venue, contacting consular services at the Minsk airport, submitting all the paperwork there beforehand, and getting my visa on arrival.

Roads and transportation

The first thing that meets you when driving from Minsk airport is the road. One of an exceptionally high quality. And this high standard of quality roads persists not only in the capital itself, but also outside – in the surrounding towns that I travelled to. Another thing that Belorussia is famous for, is its railroad network. You can set clock by departures and arrivals, and travelling by rail is a real pleasure. There are modern regional trains and well as trains with cars from the Soviet period, though maintained with care. Belorussia is the only country of the former USSR that has not squandered its Soviet heritage, but built on it and multiplied it.

An interesting detail: all the man-hole covers in the streets are new and, moreover, painted to prevent them from rusting. In Lithiania, for example, all manhole covers are from 70s-80s and are thoroughly worn-out. Or take the traffic lights… The vast majority of them are of a modern bright LED kind, with the central circle showing the number of seconds until the light shifts from red to green or back, allowing the drivers to plan their acceleration and breaking. All are small details, but quite telling.

Industry and agriculture

The second thing you notice are the fields, ploughed and planted. The land is not left idle and in desolation, as is the case in the neighbouring Lithuania, but is serving the country’s needs as well as producing enough surplus for export. The industrial complex is also intact and fully functional. A small fragment of an impression: my hotel room was equipped with flat-panel TV and a Peltier element mini-bar. This is expected of any world hotel with a name to itself. But while in most countries the TV and the mini-bar would have been made in China or Malaysia, here they were Made in Belarus. I checked. The TV model, by the way, is called Horizont – a mark that I’ve known since the Soviet times. I am quite particular when the picture quality is concerned, and I would give that TV quite high marks.

Minsk

Coming to Minsk, I felt an acute sense of deja-vu, like I’ve already been there. And then I realised that I felt myself like in Moscow of my youth, back in the 80s. It was the combination of many factors. People speaking Russian in the kind of ‘a’-sounding dialect typical of Moscow (I’ll come back to the language later). The vast expanses – wide roads, wide pavements, distance between blocks that can be up to 100 meters. In Western Europe I became accustomed to the compact, overcrowded building plan, and did not realise what I was missing of the old days. Then there is a feeling of security and stability – something that you never feel now days in a big city. I walked around Minsk by night and all was quite and orderly. And finally, the architecture was also reminding me of the centre of Moscow.

Minsk railroad square
Minsk Railway Square

That’s not a coincidence, by the way. Belorussia got the brunt of the first hit from the German Nazis. Everything was wiped out. Of the whole historic Minsk, all that remains are a dozen houses in the Trinity Neighbourhood. The rest of Minsk was razed to the ground by the Germans. After the War, it was rebuilt in the neo-Classical style that you see today.

Today, the city of Minsk is getting a lot of modern buildings – you can see a lot of construction sites a little bit off from the centre. The apartments can either be bought privately (with loan level, comparable to most Western European countries) or with state subsidy. Besides, Minsk is expanding it’s Metro system with the 3rd line being built now.

Another characteristic feature of Minsk (as well as other towns of Belorussia) is their cleanliness. You won’t see any litter in the streets – not a scrap of paper, not a cigarette stub. And the reason for this lies not only in the nightly cleaning/washing of the streets. It is primarily in the mindset of the people. As one of the locals told me: you wouldn’t throw litter around your house, so why would you around your city? I think that is an important, fundamental feeling when you know that the land you live on is yours too, and not just some abstract state.

Shops and food

Whichever shop you come into, the assortment and quality of food is impressive. In my conversations with the locals, I got to know that the state owns only about 20% of the stores, while the rest is private business. The shelves are full of local produce, with a few imports. Below is an exhibition window of a bakery shop Karavai – a must-stop for anyone with a sweet tooth.

bakery shop Karavai Minsk

bakery shop Karavai Minsk 2

bakery shop Karavai Minsk 3

Bakery shop (Pekarnia) “Karavai”, Minsk, Belarus

Eating out is also a pleasure – there are a lot of places to choose from, catering to all kinds of tastes. I found one restaurant, serving delicious selections of Russian “varenniki” and “pelmeni” – stretching it a bit, you can call that a kind of pasta. The place is called Gurman, and though it is a walking distance from some of the tourist points of interest in Minsk, it is frequented by the locals.

Language

Language is both a big and a small issue, depending on how you look upon in. As we’ve seen on the example of Ukraine, language (or an artificial separation of dialects into languages) can be used divide people and start wars.

Simply put, everywhere I went, everyone was speaking Russian. And, moreover, the type of speech typical for Moscow, with the predominant “a” sound where “o” would be written. (Moskva becomes Maskva, Belorussia becomes Belarusia). It is written Belorussian that makes one pause. Jokingly, people told me that they write with all the grammatical and pronunciation errors one can make in Russian. Or What You Hear Is What You Write. Basically that’s the same first step in making a dialect into a language, that was also taken in Malorossia/Galicia in 1800s, leading to Ukrainian.

Then, there is a more complex perspective. There is an official Belorussian language, which no one speaks. I only heard it once at the railway station. I was quite amusing – at first I thought they were announcing all the trains twice in Russian, and only after having listened closely, I noticed some subtle differences. A taxi driver, to my question of how widespread the official Belorussian was, told me that he hears it approximately once a year from some of the more radically-mooded youths. And that people don’t pay much attention to it. Maybe they should?

And then there is an even more troubling development. Take a look at the route of bus #1 that goes along the central avenue of Minsk:

Minsk Bus 1

At first glance, nothing untoward – names in Cyrillic for the locals and in Latin for the guests of the capital. Then you take a closer look. That’s not simply translations of the names. That’s essentially a Latinisation of them, along with Czech-looking umlaut characters of “č” and “š”. Let’s remember that attempts to Latinise Russian language were ongoing for several centuries. This may be yet another vector of attack on the Slavic roots.

Moreover, the names, which are basically lifted from Ukrainian – as I wrote above, I did not hear a single person call them that. Two examples: Independence Avenue in Ukrainian (and official Belorussian) is “Praspiekt Niezaliežnasci”, while in Russian it’s “Prospekt Nezavisimosti” (“independence” from what? History? Roots?); The Victory Square in Ukrainian/Belorussian is “Plošča Pieramohi”, while in Russian it is “Ploshad’ Pobedy”.

Ploshad Pobedy
Victory Square, Minsk

Circus
State Circus, Minsk

Man Is A Fool

Man is a fool,
When it’s hot, he wants it cool,
When it’s cool, he wants it hot,
He always wants what he has not

I already mentioned the sense of security and stability that I felt in Belorussia. What I found peculiar, is the kind of grumbling from the locals, aimed at this stability “oh, yeah, we have STABILITY, but you are luckier being there in Europe”.

Another point of discontent comes from a kind of inferiority complex, comparing themselves to how much better it is in Europe, while saying that Belorussia only tries to catch-up. One example: I asked in one of the taxis that I rode, if I can pay with Visa card. The reply was along the lines of “yes, but the connection is slow and patchy, we try to make it appear like in Europe at stop when the appearances are satisfied, without bothering about functionality”. Well, payment went through very well. And never mind that in Germany, when calling for a taxi, you need to say in advance that you want to pay with VISA, or you may get a car, which is not equipped with a terminal.

One manifestation of such expectation that everything is better on the other side, was a song/rap that I heard on one of the radio stations – something about dreaming of Jamaica, but only having “Minsk sea” to do diving in. “Minsk sea” being a somewhat bitter, self-derisive joke. Seemingly quite an innocent one, but setting a subconscious undercurrent of discontent in the youth.

Let us hope that such undercurrents would no be nurtured by the outside forces into the kind of tsunami that finally destroyed Ukraine in 2014.

LADA’S AFTERTHOUGHTS

I loved that last bit and the verse about a man being a fool. This is so applicable to Belarus, and some time ago it was also applicable to Russia. Not so much any more due to the events of the past several years, which caused Russians to awaken and grow up in a hurry.

Let me explain why some (and I emphasize that it’s only some) Belorussians don’t value what they have, but instead think the grass is greener somewhere else.

This was the attitude I recall from the Soviet days, albeit, as I said, Russians managed to grow out of it. This attitude, which I personally never had, was born of entitlement widespread during the later Soviet Union days. The life was so stable, so quiet and so secure that some thought their life wasn’t worth anything. Somewhere in the West they had excitement, adventure and high life. Soviet people, being too sheltered and isolated, didn’t understand that everything had a flip side. The flip side of high life is poverty and drudgery; adventure and excitement may mean danger to your life and the danger to the very existence of your country and culture. But man is a fool and the grass is always greener far and away for those who lack wisdom. Sometimes the grass really is greener elsewhere, but it always comes with strings attached and it’s always a trade-off, which, in the final analysis, you may not want.

In most other post-Soviet republics they already got it due to many tough lessons they had to learn in the past 25 odd years. The reason Belorussians still don’t know how to count their blessings is because they continue being sheltered by the ‘dictator Lukashenko’s’ regime.

In reality, just like Kazakhstan, Belarus is what I call a stewardship, not a dictatorship. The steward in charge takes care of his country as if it was his own domain and family, with great care and attention to detail, security and preservation of culture and industry. Like ‘big daddy’ he may be overbearing. He does everything to ensure a smooth sailing and a lack of shocks to his domain and people in his care. This results in some immature citizens feeling like rebellious teenagers (which is what such people really are, having never grown up).

They long to break out of the mold and experience something that the tough steward’s careful management doesn’t allow them to experience: turmoil, crisis and ups and downs, which they interpret as adventure, sparkle and excitement. Such attitude, when everything’s given to someone on a platter and therefore is not appreciated, is in some way akin to that of a spoiled rich brat.

This is a major downside of a sheltered existence and of any country functioning as a stewardship. A very similar situation developed in the late USSR, when the young generation took what they had for granted and didn’t value it; and this in part precipitated the USSR collapse. The shocks of the past 25 years took care of that in Russia as the Russian population quickly matured. It helped to have Putin and his team in power.

On the other hand, Ukrainians took their own country for granted so much and for so long that they had a bloody 2014 coup, resulting in total collapse. Now they don’t take anything for granted not knowing what tomorrow will bring, and many wish the old, good Yanukovich were back. Too late: the country is on its way to disintegration.

Belorussians haven’t had any major shocks and setbacks; therefore, they are somewhat behind in their maturing process. Some signals coming from Belarus are worrisome, but so far so good. Lukashenko is the right steward for the delicate job.

Read more of my predictions on Belarus in Earth Shift Reports linked below!

FOCUS BELARUS:

I have more than once discussed Belarus and its President Lukashenko in my various pieces. This is a mini-guide: links to the most significant mentions of Belarus in my work.

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Read FREE latest article on FuturisTrendcast:

Eurasia Developments: Belarus Monetary Reform

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The realities of Belarus, comparisons to nearby Russia, Ukraine and Baltics, as well as what is Lukashenko playing at and what is his long-term strategy, complete with predictions:

EARTH SHIFT REPORT 1 reloaded:

IS PUTIN PART OF NWO? 

(Astana KZ – New NWO Capital? Bonus: Lukashenko’s Bluff)

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Belarus and Lukashenko, their role as support for Russia – the Great Balancer and as a building block forthe Great Eurasia project, are addressed in

Video EARTH SHIFT REPORT 9

ATTACK ON KAZAKHSTAN: WHO DESTABILIZES EURASIAN UNION?

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PLEASE VISIT STANISLAV’S SITE: Stanislavs.org

 


Additional photos from Stanislav Sokolov:

MINSK, BELARUS

Railway square detail 1
Detail of the left building on the Railway Square, Minsk

Railway square detail 2
Detail of the right building on the Railway Square, Minsk

GUM
An ornamental detail of the State Universal Store (GUM), Minsk

Airport
View from the window of Minsk airport towards the open-air museum. IL-76 in the middle

HELSINKI, FINLAND

Helsinki cathedral
Panoramic view of the Cathedral on the Senate Square in Helsinki

Alexander II
The monument to Czar Alexander II in Helsinki

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“Тотальный диктант”: People Worldwide Take Simultaneous Voluntary Written Russian Exam

The outreach of the Russian language and interest in the Russian culture is growing worldwide. After the horrific discrimination to which Russian language was subjected in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, and lately, in Ukraine, I am glad that Russian Ministry of Education and Science, previously often criticized for inactivity and inertia, is finally starting to make bold moves in the right direction.

I love this wonderful new initiative, whose popularity seems to be mushrooming nationally and internationally! Check it out!

Today, April 16, 2016, as dawn reached various cities and countries, scores took the voluntary Russian language exam. It began in the Far East and as the sun rose, it spread all over the globe. Regardless of age, education, occupation and nationality, people challenged themselves to test their grammar and ability to write in Russian. They took it on Russian subs and icebreakers, on planes and while on an exotic nature tour, in Moscow, Estonia, Japan and China…

This is a new Russian tradition, born a few years ago in Novosibirsk, Western Siberia. It’s called : ‘Totalny Diktant’ – Russian: “Тотальный диктант,” and its popularity is taking over the world. Language diktant in itself is a very old, tried and true Russian educational tradition, which stood the test of time for centuries, and perhaps, millennia.

Diktant is translated to English as: ‘Written exam during which a teacher, or designated reader, reads aloud the secretly pre-selected text to a class (sealed envelope containing text is opened in front of students). Each student listens and writes it down verbatim, while attempting not to make any mistakes. The exam is fully handwritten. What is tested: general erudition and literary language comprehension, attention span, fast reaction (you have to keep up with the speed of dictation), grammar, spelling and punctuation.’ 

Phew… out of breath just trying to describe in English the meaning of the little Russian word диктант.  

‘Totalny Diktant’ is organized by the Russian Ministry of Education and Science. Organizers say that all top ‘students’ – everyone who makes only one mistake or zero mistakes – will receive prizes.

Totalny Diktant, in other words, ‘the total diktant,’ is so named because it is an all-encompassing simultaneous event, whose geography and outreach keep growing.

Here is a brief video with some of the exotic geography and broad outreach of today’s event – time stamps and my explanations/translation underneath the video.

At 0:25: totalny diktant taken by seamen serving on nuclear icebreaker Yamal, Murmansk; 1:00 sailors of the training tall ship Pallada, en route to Japan.

At 1:15: Listvianka village, Lake Baikal, Siberia – local adults and tourists writing their diktant at school desks. 1:20: Kungur, Permsky Krai – extreme Total Diktant: tourists write it in the wilderness of the ancient ice caves, with candles and lots of warm clothes. 1:30 Krasnoyarsk, Siberia – cozy setting of the local bar kinda clashes with this year’s diktant topic: ancient civilizations. 😉

1:40 Novosibirsk University – the birthplace of Totalny Diktant. This year’s topic and text were developed here.

At 1:50 Moscow – in this college diktant is read by Russian Minister of Education and Science, Dmitry Livanov.

Total Diktant this year is taken on all continents: Europe, Asia, Africa, S. and N. America, Australia and Antarctica. Total number of diktant venues: 2185, almost twice as many as in 2015.

At 2:18 Tallinn, Estonia – diktant gathered a record 2000 people, who packed the entire national hockey arena.

2:30 Diktant in the sky: flight Novosibirsk – Moscow.

2:36 – Totalny Diktant in China: “Russian language challenges for the Chinese: hard to tell ‘b’ from ‘p’, as well as ‘a’ and ‘o’ in those cases when they are with, or without, accent.”

2:52 Largest number of participants were in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In the two capitals the diktant text was read by famous actors, politicians, scientists and artists.

The total diktant was followed by live TV/internet guidance, with detailed tips and analysis of common mistakes.

3:30 One of the many unusual venues: Donskoy Men’s Monastery, the text read personally by Father Superior.

3:45 Pushkin, St. Petersburg venue – text read by Sergei Naryshkin, Speaker of the Russian Duma.

4:00 Japanese and Chinese students in Vladivostock, the Far East.

4/17/16 Received a question where to find info on Totalny Diktantand and who can participate.

This is a voluntary global initiative, no restrictions on age or nationality. You can do it in any country, as long as you can write in Russian. As I said, this year the exam was taken on every continent. For those interested in participating or organizing it in your city next year, here is the site. The site also includes Russian language tutorials, and as far as I understand, you can also take the diktant online. Check it out and good luck!

Website: http://totaldict.ru/

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Earth Shift Report 6: UKRAINE – NEW KHAZARIAN KHAGANATE?

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Earth Shift Report 6: UKRAINE – NEW KHAZARIAN KHAGANATE?

where hoaxes are dispelled and forbidden truths revealed

NEW KHAZARIAN KHAGANATE

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What is this report about?

Summary:

‘Chabad – Road to Hell.’ Hodos on Chabad, Khazaria & Jewish Fascism (video with my translation)
FIRE STRIKE: KABBALISTIC CURSE ‘PULSA DE NURA’
Chilling! Real video of Kabbalistic Pulsa de Nura curse done on Ariel Sharon in 2005!
More videos: Hasidic tensions in Williamsburg

Ukraine’s mess: snap elections and the overview of political spectrum
The story of one betrayal that changed Ukraine
STRANGE BEDFELLOWS: ​
How the interests of ukro-nazis, Jewish oligarchs, Hasidic Jews and USA merged in Ukraine

FACTS and CONSPIRACIES:
Who is the author of the New Khazaria idea?
Who are Lyubavitch or Hasidic Jews and what do they want?
What’s the world’s largest and richest Jewish organization?
Where are its Global and Eurasian headquarters?
Zionist and NWO pointman
Whose project really is Ukraine as New Khazaria?
What do USA and Israel want?

Meet the Chabad and New Khazarian Khaganate Watcher and Whistleblower!
British Khaganate: Rothschild will come and restore order
Examples of Prominent Jews in Ukraine
Stats: How Israelis feel about Russia
Time for the real truth: Did Holocaust happen?

THE TRUE HISTORY OF KHAZARIA
Khazaria as the embodiment of today’s Western aggression?
Historic bombs
Linguistical proof
THE RUSSIAN TRUTH CODE: About the miracle of the Rus language
The mystery of Khazaria revealed

Who really are the Cossacks? ​Millennial Mystery Revealed! (with pics and maps)
How and why the Great Khazaria really fell apart
​Echoes of Khazaria in well-known names

The 3M of the Jews
Who are the modern Jews?
Did Khazarians move to Palestine/Judea in 7th-10th centuries?
What is TORAh? Let’s challenge some very deep-seated beliefs

THE WAY OF THE WESTERN JEWS:
Spanish folly and England’s quest for global domination
Jews in Medieval Western Europe: Spain’s Edict of Expulsion and Jewish Revenge
Why Jewish Bankers financed European Kings

​USA’s Goals in Ukraine
Ukraine as an in to Russian defense secrets
The Yuzhmash fail

Conclusions and Predictions, plus additional translated videos and references

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Introduction:

This Earth Shift Report has been a year in the making. It is a very deep and all-encompassing revelation of everything surrounding the hot topic of Khazarian Khaganate. It connects many dots that have traditionally remained unconnected, either because of ignorance or manipulation.

As events in Ukraine began spiraling out of control last year, I’d been receiving this question: what if the New Khazarian Khaganate conspiracy theories were true? Wasn’t the 7th-10th century Khazarian Khaganate an entity that once assumed Judaism as their religion, as opposed to the surrounding lands; wasn’t it built exclusively on greed, usurious attitude and aggression towards neighbors? Wasn’t it the entity to whom the vast surrounding lands paid tribute? Didn’t they already once enslave the prosperous Kievan Rus, turning it into a cash cow?

What if there were people who were plotting to turn back the clock, re-constituting Khazarian Khaganate in what is today’s Ukraine?

Ukraine is a large landmass located in the geographic center of the European continent. Surely, allowing that to happen would be dangerous to the entire Eurasia, and consequently, the whole world?

Can they do it? How strong are they? How strong is their influence? What are the financial and PR capabilities of the entities involved, whether they operate in Ukraine, USA, EU or Israel? Who are they really? What do they really want?

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Why does the establishment of a new Khazarian Khaganate in Ukraine worry so many people around the globe? Because it is likely to have global repercussions. The idea that it is connected with NWO and Rothschilds, or worse, originated from them, makes it a concern for everyone.

You all know how direct, honest and meticulous I usually am with my answers. My goal is always to bring the truth and clarity to any issue. Well, this is one of those instances when there is no clear answer.

Much depends on what meaning one assigns to the ‘Khazarian Khaganate.’ The perspective one keeps is just as important as the words one speaks. And this is why I wrote this report. It will clarify all the confusion and reconcile the facts. It will also reveal the true meaning of events that have been intentionally misinterpreted in history, and connections you’ve never known existed.

The short answer is: yes, there are certain entities and people that are attempting to re-create a Khazarian Khaganate. Some of them have infiltrated Ukraine, and plenty of them are located in other countries. But they are not necessarily those you thought were behind it. 

Their PR outreach is far and wide; financing is stellar – the best in the world; ability to wheel and deal – also some of the best on the planet. 

In this report we will dispel the deeply ingrained hoaxes and half-truths; here we will reveal the real truth.

Who these entities really are and where exactly are they located? What is the real history of Khazaria? You may be surprised!

Find all that out from ESR 6: Ukraine – New Khazarian Khaganate?

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Forbidden History: Are Scandinavians Slavs?

I found this question by a follower to be very interesting and decided to respond in detail.

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“Thank you for the answer about impatience. I have another vital question, that you maybe prefer to write/explain about in a separate article. Are Russian culture associated with Scandinavian culture? All Scandinavians originate from Finland. Now I read that Scandinavians are Slavs on this link http://www.iahushua.com/JQ/factsR3.html.

#A small Slavic state was organized in 820 A.D. on the south shore of the Gulf of Finland where it flows into the Baltic Sea. This small state was organized by a small group of Varangians from the Scandinavian peninsula on the opposite shore of the Baltic Sea. The native population of this newly formed state consisted of nomad Slavs who had made their home in this area from earliest recorded history.# Has this relation effect in today situation?”

Lada’s response:

Yes, Scandinavians are Slavs or Rus, if you prefer, and have a very ancient history together with the rest of Slavs. Another technical term for this ancient culture is Slavyano-Arians, Russia being the most prominent and best-preserved representative of this massive culture.

The ‘Varangians’ are called Varyags in Russian. They are basically nomadic Baltic Slavs. Everyone in Russia knows this old song: “Vragu ne sdaetsia nash slavny Varyag”: “Our slavny (glorious) Varyag doesn’t surrender.”

The history of Slavs (and Scandinavians) is certainly much longer than a mere 1000 years. The official Russian calendar was westernized by Peter I (the Great) in 1700. While I believe that Peter did do some useful things during his reign, the calendar conversion was probably a huge mistake. The calendar change was supposed to create a better environment for easier trade and integration with Europe. In retrospect, I don’t know if this was such a good idea. Again, Russia had to play out her karmic role of the global balancer, and perhaps that was a part of it (see Predictions for more). However in the final analysis, it created a massive identity confusion that perpetuated for over three centuries, stole at least 5,000 plus years of Russian, and generally Slavic, history, and created fertile ground for the massive re-write and falsification of the global history. Without that event, the history of the 20th century and today’s world may have looked very differently.

Before this happened, there was a very different Russian calendar, presently used only by the Starovery (old believers) and preserved on monuments and ancient churches in Russia and other Slavic countries, such as Serbia. According to this calendar, today would be the year 7,522 from the ‘creation of the peace treaty signed in the Star Temple with the Dragon,’ meaning with China. Obviously there was also plenty of history before that event.

Therefore, world history was falsified to such a degree that white has been turned black and vice versa.

In fact, most of the population of Europe was Slavic/Rus. If you look at the Scandinavians and Russians, you’ll see how similar they usually look (light skin, hair and eyes, similar body type – oftentimes tall, broad-shouldered, muscular males, and tall females with pretty features).

But at one point starting about 1000 years ago, and even more so in the 17th century, Europe splintered into many small states. The reason was that local lords of those days wanted to assert their independence based on their own lust for power. The Vatican and religion played a very prominent role in this struggle for power as well. The further from the center was the location, the more likely it was to splinter off.

This same thing is happening in today’s Ukraine: denying their common origin with Russians and attempting to invent the ancient Ukrs from whom they supposedly descended, saying that Ukrainian language is unrelated to Russian, while actually speaking Russian. Some of the Ukrainian pearls: Adam and Eve were ancient Ukrs; Jesus was Ukrainian, etc.

To assert their local power Ukraine oligarchs and politicians needed to create a history that was very different from the common history with Russia. Something similar happened in Europe 1000-300 years ago, albeit on a much grander scale. This also concerns Italy and Germany, as well as many other countries.

Linguistics, archeology, mathematics, as well as genetics, are those sciences that can reveal the truth no matter how much it’s been hidden. Among many other things, I am a linguist as you may know; therefore, I use the wonderful science of linguistics to reveal the truth.

Since I was a child I put the 2 and 2 together such as: Scandinavian god of all (in other words, the One) is called Odin. I bet no Scandinavian knows the real origin of this word. The reason is simple – the moment it has to be admitted that it’s a Russian word, you have too many unpleasant questions to answer.

In fact: ‘odin’ means ‘one’ in Russian.

Another interesting bit. Everyone knows the word Azgard thanks to the beautiful film “Thor.”

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Chris Hemsworth as Thor

rus bogatyr

Russian Vityaz – Bogatyr (mystical strongman, warrior, protector).

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The legendary medieval Russian Bogatyr & protector Ilya Murometz (a real historic figure, often depicted with his companion protectors: Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich)

The chosen Bogatyr’s (the enlightened warrior-protectors) and their highest level, called Vityaz’s, were real warriors charged with protecting Rus (Russia) – their Motherland. They were said to possess immense mystical powers that terrified the enemy, allowing a few of them to successfully deflect the overwhelming attacks of many.

And this is a link to the old Russian fairytale film Sadko(with English subs). Check out what Sadko looks like at 2:50. (Film adaptation of the Russian Opera, “Sadko”, by Rimsky-Korsakov, based on Russian folklore. A beautiful recreation of the medieval city, the Holy Novgorod.)

Azgard is a Scandinavian word, right? If it is, can you dissect this word to show how it was created? If you know ANCIENT RUSSIAN, you can. Azgard means ‘I guard’ in ancient Russian. Another way of saying this is ‘The One Guard,’ (which later became ‘vanguard’) or ‘The One Community (city).’ ‘Az’ means ‘I’ in ancient Russian. It is also the first letter of the ancient Russian alphabet. Therefore, the god Odin – the One, is also Az – first letter. ‘Gard’ means ‘guard’ but it’s a later meaning. The original Slavyano-Arian mother language meaning of this word was much more all-encompassing and signified ‘living together, unified on Mother Earth.’

Another word known to some: ‘Midgard’ was the original name given by Slavs to their Mother Earth eons ago, when they first arrived to Earth. Midgard = Mother Earth.

Remember Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings? He talks about defending ‘the Middle Earth.’ This in fact is a direct translation of ‘Midgard.’ Tolkien was a linguist and very good at history. This information was hidden from the masses but apparently available to those who knew where to look. Remember ‘The White City’ from Lord of the Rings so beautifully depicted in the movie? The White City is written from Moscow and Novgorod. Take a look again at the beginning of the film Sadko above. The ancient Novgorod is on it – here is your ‘White City.’

What is ‘Prussia’? A part of Germany? In fact it’s ‘Po-Russia’ or ‘Pole-Russia.’ Meaning ‘flat Russia,’ ‘Russia in the fields.’

Scandinavian Runes: in Russian ‘rune’ is ‘runa.’ Compare these words: Ru-na – Ru-s. Runa is composed of Ru + una. Una means undivided, or again ‘one.’ Russian word for ‘she’ is ‘ona.’ Compare ‘ona’ and ‘una.’

In English ‘ona’ – she (for female) and ‘on’ – he (for male) becomes ‘one.’

People of many parts of Europe spoke the same language, or very similar dialects. Basically, they spoke ancient Russian. As differences, barriers, power lust and greed grew, language differences grew as well. It was necessary to divide people so they would forget their brotherly ties, so they would think they were different. Differences breed distrust and suspicion in un-evolved humans; and it’s so much easier to rule and manipulate those who are divided.

Russian scientists believe that plague and scurvy that overtook Europe in medieval times, but didn’t touch Russia, caused languages to separate completely. People who had suffered from these illnesses lost teeth, had bleeding gums, swollen tongues, and all that affected greatly their ability to speak.

It has to be noted that Germanic languages spoken in parts of Scandinavia, Germany and most of the northern Europe are a part of what we call the Indo-European family of languages. English is also a Germanic language. Slavic languages are classified as one of the Indo-European groups as well. However, Finnish language spoken in Finland belongs to the different Finno-Ugric family of languages. This is the traditional classification. However, the time will come when old classifications will be thrown out as people re-discover their true history. At that point the old brotherly ties between those people who had been artificially separated, will re-emerge. It won’t happen tomorrow, but it will happen.

By the way, all the above explains best the un-dying animosity towards Russia by the West. The powers that be either know the true history and are afraid it will come out, or they feel it subconsciously. Certainly the Vatican has enough documents hidden – they were some of the main instigators of the massive re-writing of history in the 17th century.

The pathological fear of Russia is also well-explained by the above theory.

Generally, we are all sitting on false history. Going back to what I said before, until humans learn their true history, until we make peace with the past, we cannot move into the future. This is one of the main reasons we are stuck. But people in the West stubbornly refuse to open their minds, preferring to hold on to the old image of their enemy. The enemy meanwhile, is their own prejudices and fears, as well as all those who manipulate them.

Russian scientists have made some very profound discoveries that are pretty mind-boggling. I have lots more material about that. To be honest, I’ve been hesitant to talk as this is a very convoluted and controversial story. I can see certain people not taking it the right way. But if enough of my readers are truly interested, I will put together a report. I need to know if there is enough interest to warrant my work, so please leave comments if you want to hear more!

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Added 7/9/2016:

I see that there are lots of guesses and interpretations floating around in regards to the etymology of the words Bogatyr and Vityaz, most of them entirely incorrect. I get regularly asked by my followers to explain the real origin and underlying meaning of these talking words, which happen to reflect directly the true nature of those who were awarded these honorable ancient designations.

I promise that I’ll eventually get around to explaining them fully. In this case the context is very important and has to be taken into account while doing so. Therefore, the best format will be one of my future Earth Shift Reports and/or one of my future books. If you haven’t yet, do check out the EARTH SHIFT REPORT page on LadaRay.info.

New Earth Shift Reports are now available. Some of them center around the situation in Ukraine. Among other things, these reports address the roots of Russophobia in Ukraine, a topic closely related to the above article. It is interesting how the lowly emotions – primarily fear and greed – cause humans to forget their roots and sacrifice honor and truth, thus tainting soul and creating unresolved karma.

(Incidentally, I mention Bogatyr’s in my mystical thriller THE EARTH SHIFTER.)

Also read other related articles under Forbidden Linguistics

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Khazarian Mysteries: What do Russian, Polish, Kossack, Jewish, English and Asian Names Have in Common?

Dear readers, this is the last post of the 3 I promised today. I’m practically on vacation mode and I’ll see you all again next week. Please read, like and share all three of these new posts! Don’t overlook any! This article is of a lighter tone than the other two. See Post 1 and Post 2.

Mysteries of Linguistics: What do Russian, Polish, Serb, Kossack, Jewish, English, Italian and Asian names have in common?

Below is a quote from a comment by a reader. As you know, I love getting comments from you. FuturisTrendcast is dedicated to spreading and uncovering the truth, dispelling lies, illusions, confusions, and disinfo. I do this to educate people. Since many from all over the world read my articles, as well as comments, I usually post reader comments that are in line with this mission. To make sure your comment is posted, please always write what you know to be true and helpful to others. Writing from the heart helps.

Russian, Serbian and Bulgarian surnames usually end with -ev/-ov (e.g: Vorobjov, though there are some Middle-Asian surnames ending with -ev/-ov as well, they are distinguishable if the root of a name is typical Asian)
Surnames ending with -in, -vich, -man, skij/-sky have Jewish connotation (Abramovich, Berezovskij, Waltsman, Zvezdin)
Surnames ending with -ko are typical of Ukraine and Belarus.
During Stalin persecution of Jews in 1930-s, many ethnic Jews married Russians and adopted Russian names to avoid persecution, some are doing it now for political reasons (Poroshenko, who is Valtsman, Turchinov, who is Cogan)
In any case, it is difficult to say if someone is Russian by surname only.
If you speak Russian, have a feel of belonging to Russia, can find a common mood with Russians, people will see you as “ours”, even if your surname is Smith. 🙂

  • Hi, Nemo. You’re correct about the fact that Russians will accept anyone who identifies with the Russian culture and respects it as their own. Hence, the names are secondary to Russians. There are lots of Ukrainians, Armenians, Balts, Germans, Georgians, and even Africans, occupying high positions in Russia.
    You’re also correct about Poroshenko and Turchinov’s real names and the reason they changed them to sound Ukrainian.

    Stalin’s repressions and changing names

    Also true: people did change their names through marriage during Stalin’s repressions. However, they didn’t do so because they were Jewish, but rather to avoid association with the family name that had been repressed, regardless of the name origin. For example, my best friend’s grandmother’s family name was Ramzin – a perfectly Russian name (with Turkic roots to be sure). Ramzin was one of the famous oppositioners to Stalin, who was repressed in the 1930s. She married a Jew named Bronfman and became Natalia Ivanovna (a perfectly Russian name) Bronfman (typical Jewish). Of course when we grew up, my friend expressed regret that his grandma didn’t retain her pretty famous in Russia family name. In that case, he used to say longingly, I’d be a Ramzin. He loved telling this story to illustrate that there was no antisemitism in the USSR in the 1930s. Antisemitic problems started in Russia in late 1940s-1950s. Why – that’s a different story.

    As to the rest, you are incorrect. I want to keep your comment for the sake of all of my readers, so they could see your point of view. However, I have to correct you.

    Ancient ending ‘ov’ and its meaning

    Ending ‘ov’ (‘ev’ is just a variation) is the ancient Rus ending. Bulgarian names are of the same origin, hence the same kind of ending. You and others can read my article Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps talking about that under the category Mysteries of Linguistics.

    The ending ‘ov’ simply means ‘of’ = ‘belonging to.’ This could be a son of, or belonging to a family, clan, or location. English ‘of’ IS the Russian ‘ov.’ This is one of the original ancient Rus roots. For example, Bolotov, Elfimov, Rosanov, Brezhnev, Gorbachev.

    Asian – primarily Muslim – sounding names in Central Asia and Caucasus have the ‘ov’ ending because these are names that have been russified later, during the centuries of these territories being a part of the Russian world. There is no mystery there, just need to have a correct historic perspective.

    As to the names ending in ‘in,’ ‘vich,’ ‘sky,’ etc., your statement is unfortunately untrue. I would appreciate everyone on this forum not repeating things that have no scientific or logical basis, and smack of antisemitism. Antisemitism is as bad as rusophobia. I am sure you meant nothing of the sort, but whoever released this hoax first, did (I’ve seen this floating around the net). Such erroneous ‘scientific conclusion’ lacks the elementary understanding of history and language.

    Ending ‘in’ throughout the world, and its meaning

    In reality: ending ‘in’ is one of the most ancient endings, which can be seen throughout the world in colorful variations. It is so ancient that it predates by far any modern language. Its origins are those of our common Earthly mother tongue. Ending ‘in’ means the same as ‘ov’ – that you belong to something or someone, or are a derivative of something. If you are a son of, or are of a specific tribe or location – you are a derivative of that location, or of that father. Another way of saying this is: you are the in-sider of that family or tribe.

    It is used in the ancient Russian names such as Putin, Kalinin, Ramzin. And yes, Rasputin, too.

    ‘In’ becomes “ing,’ ‘en,’ ‘y’ or even ‘on’ in English, as in Pickering, Dowdy, Lynden, or Clinton (in the olden days it sounded more like ‘Clinten’ or ‘Clintin’); in Germanic languages it becomes ‘ung;’ in Italian it becomes ‘i,’ as in Pallini; in France or Spain it may become ‘ion’ as in Collinion; and in Asia it can be seen in many countries, becoming ‘ing,’ ‘ang,’ or ‘en,’ as in Nguen (Vietnamese).

    Which ‘vich,’ and do you want to know Lada’s full name?

    Ending “vich’ can be used as ‘ovich,’ ‘vich,’ or ‘ich.’ Russian ‘ovich’ is in reality a composite of two suffixes/endings: ‘ov’ and ‘ich.’ ‘Vich’ (or rather ‘ich’ spelled ‘ic’ – ‘c’ in Slavic languages is often historically pronounced as ‘ch’) is of the very ancient Rus/Slavic origin and is used in Yugoslavian (Serbian, Croatian, Slovenian, etc.) names. Means the same exact thing as above: ‘son of,’ = derivative of. ‘Vich’ or ‘ich’ is common to Southern and Eastern Slavs. All of former Yugoslavia (Southern Slavs) uses this ending for their last names. ALL Eastern Slavs (Russians, Belorussians and Ukrainians) use it with EVERY name as well, but differently. In Russia it’s used as a patronymic, not as a traditional last name. Example: Viktor Ivanovich Kuleshov. Or Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. ‘Vladimirovich’ and other patronymics, always used with all FULL Eastern Slavic names and all names on the territory of the Former Soviet Union, including Central Asia, Ukraine, Moldova, Caucasus, mean: son of Vladimir, or… fill in the blank with any other name.

    For women: ‘Vladimirovna’ means ‘daughter of.’ Lada is the daugther of Vladimir = Lada Vladimirovna. That’s the truth, actually – I am. 😉 Full names are used in passports, official documents and as a respectful address. 

    Incidentally, you are also wrong about Serbs using ‘ov’ in their last names – they use ‘ich.’ All inhabitants of the former Yugoslavia, including Serbia, Chernogoria, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia normally have last names ending in ‘ich.’ Some Belorussians have such last names as well.

    Bulgarians, on the other hand, have last names ending in ‘ov,’ or ‘ev,’ like Russians. This indicates that Bulgarians have separated from Russians very recently, much more recently than is commonly described in traditional history books. This is to the issue of the distortions of history: this separation is no more than a few centuries old. I suspect, it dates back to as late as 17th century as that’s when massive re-writing of history occurred. In the ancient Russian bylini – chronicles – Russian bogatyrs (knights, heroes, protectors) had last names ending in ‘ovich.’

    The well-known painting below by Victor Vasnetsov (1898) ‘Tri Bogatyria’ – ‘The Three Bogatyrs’ depicts the famous historic bogatyrs and heroes of ancient bylini: Ilya Moromets, Dobrynia Nikitich and Alyosha Popovich.

    Tri Bogatiria

    Ending ‘ov’ is a more recent ending. Sometimes ‘ich’ was cut off from ‘ovich,’ forming a shorter name. As a result, Popovich could become Popov.

    The fun part: Did you know that English word ‘which,’  is in fact ‘vich’ …well, with English accent. That is because it comes from the same root. ‘Which’ means exactly the same as ‘vich’: ‘belonging to what or whom,’ as in: Which book do you want? Which of these towns are you from? Which lord’s son are you?

    Ending ‘sky’

    A lot of what I said above applies to the ending ‘sky.’ It means ‘from’ or ‘of.’ This ending was used primarily by Poles, and by Russians. Belorussky means from Belarus. Moskovsky means from Moscow.

    ‘Sky’ can denote noble origin, as in the famous Russian princes: Prince Volkonsky and Prince Obolensky. Prince Obolensky happens to be the true historic name of one of the main characters of Gold Train (Accidental Spy Russia Adventure).

    Kossacks and the ending ‘ko’

    As to the ending ‘ko,’ it indeed denotes Ukrainian origin, sometimes Belorussian as well. But in reality, this ending is a Kossack ending. ‘Cossack’ is normally spelled with a ‘c’ in English. But leaving aside the fact that ‘c’ is simply wrong here, I also want to make a point by spelling it with its authentic ‘k.’ You’ll see the point below.

    Kossacks everywhere, including in the Russian Urals and Siberia (very far from Ukraine), have names ending in ‘ko.’ Therefore, this ending is not Ukrainian; it is Kossack. Kossack history is very interesting and complicated. I will discuss it in a dedicated article soon. Until then, just this: because so many Kossacks settled in what is now Ukraine, their typical name ending became eventually fashionable with Ukrainians, and Ukrainian names more and more began ending in ‘ko’ as in Volochko, Shevchenko, Pestushko.

    But here is the clincher: ‘ko’ was initially ‘kov’ – here is this ‘ov’ again! During a couple of last centuries, ‘v’ was gradually dropped. ‘Kov’ is a variation of ‘ov,’ as in Volochkov, Naboykov, Pestushkov, Shevchenkov, Kochetkov. Usually, names ending in ‘kov,’ as well as ‘ko’ are of Kossack origin. ‘Kov’ is diminutive compared to ‘ov.’ As in ‘of lesser importance.’

    Nobles had names ending only in ‘ov,’ never ‘kov’ or ‘ko.’ Examples: Countess Rosanov(a) – the name of the main character of Gold Train (Accidental Spy Russia Adventure). Or Elfimov – family name of the main character of The Earth Shifter.

    On another note: 

    Prussian names end in ‘ov,’ denoting their ancient Russian origin, as in the fashionable towns near Berlin: Beeskov and Bukov, where my German friends reside. P-russia of course was Po-russia (flat Russia) well before it became German. Not to get off topic, but look at the name of the capital of Germany: Berlin. Ber – bear (a Russian symbol no less) with the ending ‘in’ = belonging to the bear, ‘of the bear.’ How interesting. More about that in: Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps.

    The Jewish names and Polish pani

    What ending Jewish names received depended of what geographic area within Slavic (and before that, ancient Rus) world they had originated from – where they lived for centuries. Oftentimes, Jews, like peasants living on the territory of a certain lord in Ukraine (today’s territory of Ukraine is where most Jews traditionally settled), would oftentimes be referred to by that lord’s last name. ‘Sky’ means ‘belonging to,’ so these Ukrainian peasants, or local Jews, belonged to, or were subordinate to, say, pan Vishnevetsky, or another similar pan (lord). Apparently, there was a “pan Kolomoysky” at one point, resulting in the last name of the infamous Jewish-Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoysky, who is trying to create a fiefdom out of the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnepropetrovsk, and who has a lot of blood on his hands.

    ‘Sky’ was popular in Ukraine as most lords (or ‘pani’ in Polish) were of Polish origin. In Polish ‘sky’ is spelled as ‘ski.’ Vishnevetski, Pilsudski – Pilsudsky, Sikorski – Sirkosky, like the inventor of the helicopter Igor Sikorsky.

    The Khazarian mystery

    To wrap this up, I’ll just drop another historical bomb. Many people know that the ethnic origin of the Eastern European Jews is primarily Khazarian, or non-Semitic. Ancient Khazarians were the population of the south Russian, and what is now Ukraine and Novorossia, stepps. Khazarian history is very complicated, but I’ll just say that they were a part of the Rus heritage, albeit its southern manifestation. Because of the many malicious and ignorant re-writings of history, some links are lost. However, the ancient Skiffs (Scythians) and Khazars are parts of the same massive Arian Eurasian Rus culture.

    But here is my bomb: Kossacks are the heirs of Khazarians (note how similar these two words are in Russian: Kazak and Khazar). As we established previously, so are most Jews on the planet. As Kossacks are quite the opposite of the Jews in so many ways, it’s interesting how this happened. But that’s the story for another article. Stay tuned!

    That’s it for today’s journey into the mysteries of language and history. For more on this, please follow my future posts and special reports in which I will peel off more truths.

    P.S. A bit more clarification to answer some reader questions: 

    Although presently the Russian word for bear is ‘medved’: literally “the one who knows about honey,” the ancient Rus/mother tongue for bear was ‘ber’ – hence the Russian word for bear den: ‘ber-loga.’ ‘Ber’ is one of the most ancient words.

    ‘Log’ is another mother tongue root and it is visible in many languages. ‘Log’ means anything to do with being horizontal or settled. Like ‘lodging’ in English or ‘logovo’ in Russian: cave, underground dwelling, hiding place. Russian ‘log’ means a trunk of wood – obviously a horizontals item, when layed down or set as part of the wall of a dwelling. English word ‘long’ also comes from this root. Russian ‘lozhitsia’ – ‘to lie down’ is obvious too.

    Berlin: from ‘ber’ + ”log’ + ‘in.” Literally means ‘in the bear den.’ Incidentally, the capital of Switzerland is called ‘Bern.’

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Philip Ekozyants: Ukraine and Impostors

This is another great video from Philip Ekozyants, aka Filip Vartan Melkhizedek. This new video address is in Philip’s native tongue, Russian, with English subs. Worth listening! You can watch his previous video and read translation in my earlier post: Truth, Lie and Propaganda. An Appeal to the American People from a Ukrainian.

Philip Ekozyants is a well-known musician from #Kharkov, second-largest city and former capital of #Ukraine. He is a Ukrainian citizen with Armenian roots, who as many, identifies with the Greater Russian culture, and who wants to rid his land of oligarch leaches and foreign interests pushing the country to war. He wants to be a part of the Greater Russian world, while preserving unified Ukraine identity. This video is a call to the western and central Ukrainians from an eastern Ukrainian.

Those who followed my predictions from the beginning of the Ukraine crisis would remember that I said that Ukraine will never join the EU and that it will eventually join Customs (Eurasian) Union with Russia. Even before the present civil war started in Ukraine, I also said that Russia doesn’t want to split Ukraine, and that Russia won’t be dragged into the war. My early predictions are being confirmed in this piece. See Predictions and Kiev-Moscow Interview (predictions are towards the end of the interview) for the original predictions.

Note, this video is a bit raw, as the situation in Ukraine is no joke. There are a couple of strong words used regarding the “impostors.” Such words may not resonate in the West, but they do resonate with the Ukrainians. Use discretion. I thought this was quite a revealing piece to post. There is a spiritual element towards the end.

 

Ukraine and impostors/ Украина и самозванцы

Words, Spells and Linguistical Traps

Video call snapshot 78By Lada Ray, M.A.: comparative linguistics and history of languages

This post is about the fascinating world of linguistics and how language can help us uncover the truth… or spin a lie, thus shrouding the truth and creating a far-reaching confusion, depending on the intention of its user. What we will talk about is very timely for this revolutionary decade when old distortions are poised to be revealed.

I love getting interesting and thought-provoking comments from my readers. Here is one of them!

In response to my recent article Truth, Lie and Propaganda. An Appeal to the American People from a Ukrainian, JR said: “The Russian people speak from the truth in their hearts, and from a genuine compassion and love for the brotherhood of all peoples of all countries. How can one not be aware of the sincerity and honesty even while listening to what we in the US would call a foreign language ? Thank you for sharing his stirring message — one that leaves me so profoundly ashamed of the depths to which this once “great” nation has fallen. The so-called US gov’t., now the throne/stronghold of the most evil and corrupt power in the world, is seated in that tiny 10 sq. mile pentagram in Wash. DC. Yes, we are under a spell, and it has been shown that even our English language is a language full of spells — just what is a “spelling” test, or a “spelling” bee (does someone get stung??) ?? There’s dark magic holding us hostage, and keeping us prisoners in our own minds by the spells they weave using propaganda, lies and deceit, and all the tricks of their trade. Yes, many are breaking out of that death grip, but at the same time it seems that for every one freed, many others must pay the ever escalating price to keep the devouring darkness well fed. Looking at the videos of Donetsk and eastern Ukraine atrocities, I see a fast-forward of what’s planned for us here in the US. We have been warned by the “‘prophets” in the past, and now we are being warned by the victims of our future.”

I thought this was a wonderful and thought-provoking comment. And another thing that I appreciated as a linguist was the apt linguistical parallel. I replied: ““Spelling” = under a spell. Good one – and that’s coming from a linguist.”

In response, JR posted new comment: “Here is something else to add to your oddities/absurdities (nevertheless true) info as a linguist: The word Parliament means “Speaking Lies” from the French words Parler which means to speak, and mentir which means to tell lies. Also the word Politics, poly meaning many; tics are blood-sucking parasites; thus politics means many blood-sucking parasites. This is taken from a post re the “Queen of England” proven not a lawfully coronated monarch. More spells cast over the people.” See comments.

I thought this new comment was cute the way JR drew comparisons between lies and “parliament”; however, I also saw that all these interesting “discoveries” required a major clarification.

First, a little back story:

The earthly languages form and develop according to certain rules. They are often not quite tangible rules; sometimes I would call them divine laws, or the laws closely related to sacred geometry. Here is my personal opinion based on my lifelong contemplation of life and languages: another law that applies to language is the Lorenz Butterfly, also known as the Chaos Theory, which postulates that from the seeming confusion and chaos on a small scale the orderly big picture can be predicted (albeit, depending on random developments, such prediction may be difficult). For instance, if we draw a diagram of many chaotic and seemingly random hurricanes taking place around the globe at the same time, we will get a very orderly sign of infinity, which is called the Lorenz Butterfly, also known as the “butterfly effect.”

Lorenz_attractor

Lorenz Butterfly

How is all this related to language you ask? I will try to explain.

My response

Thanks for the comments, JR. I agree wholeheartedly that both politics and parliaments in the modern world are being misused by the elites presently in power. Some humans tend to abuse power they are entrusted with. This has long been the case in our earthly 3D reality – the reality which many of us, in our own special ways, are working hard on shifting into the new, much higher level. However, we must always remember that there is a difference between the initial idea and later implementation of said idea, between the word and the later distortion of that word’s meaning.

A great example of how this works is religion – any religion. Take Christianity for instance: Jesus spoke of peace, love and forgiveness. But look into what humans, in their thirst for control over others, have turned his teaching! How many wars and how much hatred took place in the name of “Jesus”?

The initial ideas behind the words parliament and politics weren’t negative at all. These words in fact were created as progressive, and even revolutionary, for their day.

A word about how linguistics works: the language evolution follows certain laws, which linguists study. Those who are in the linguistics field also tend to have heightened intuition about the language truth. Just because a word seems similar, doesn’t mean it is related to another coincidentally similar word. On the other hand, some words that don’t seem as similar to a layman’s ear, come from the same root.

Sometimes the word with the opposite meaning comes from the same core root. A good example of that is “rose” vs. “rude” or “crude” – all three come from the same root! As a matter for fact, the root “ros,” “rus” or “ru” is so important in human development that I will have a whole article dedicated to that soon. Stay tuned!

This is how language develops – words and their meanings shift. Substitutions of sounds, spelling and meaning happen depending on the tragedies, confusions and triumphs any given culture experiences throughout its history. And yes, as always there are malicious manipulations and deliberate substitutions based on ulterior motives, too. Much of the manipulations that were safely hidden away, are coming to the surface as more and more discoveries are made based on new revolutionary methods.

Russian linguistics school was always superb and I am happy that I had the opportunity to study under its wing. It taught me to think and see the hidden connections between words; it showed me the way to uncover the hidden and distorted truths. But of course, I had this talent since I was young.

Russian mathematicians, astronomers/physicists have been famous throughout the 20th century. It is on the cross-section of these three sciences that many new discoveries are being made. These discoveries are so earth-shattering that very soon the history of the entire planet will simply have to be re-written.

I promised that I would start talking about all that soon, and I will. Today, I want to give a primer demonstrating how language works, and how it doesn’t; how important language is to preserve our history in order to avoid past mistakes; how important the language is in uncovering the truth. Let’s consider it a sneak peek into the big adventure still to come.

JR, let’s review the etymology (origins) of the words you mentioned in your comments.

Spell and spelling: These two words come from the same root “sp” or “spr.” It is the same root as in the word “speak.” In German: “sprechen.” The root of this word, as explained by the English sources, is old Norse: from spraki – rumor or report. As we know, English language belongs to the Germanic group of languages, although the past relations among language groups and families are also being shattered as new discoveries by the Russian scientists are being revealed.

For more insight into how languages work and interact, read my popular article on Lada Ray Blog: Best Way to Learn Russian Language.

If I dig deeper with the root “sp,” I will get to the ancient origins of the mother language predating Germanic cultures. The root “sp” is much older than any language groups recognized today. It is one of the original mother-tongue roots – what we used to call Indo-European, and what I would now call more correctly the Vedic Rus mother-tongue.

The root “sp” can be seen in ancient Russian and Ukrainian words, such as: Rus: spet’ – to sing, ” Ukr: spivati – to sing, Ukr: spilkuvatisia – to socialize. Here is a very telling word: Rus/Ukr and many other Slavic languages: ispoved’ – sermon or atoning. And of course, the Russian word everyone knows: Spasibo – “thank you” – which means extending gratitude through voice. Couldn’t be any more clear, could it?

So, the mother-root “sp” signifies joining, connecting, socializing, usually via one’s voice, in other words, via communication.

The word spill in English comes from the same root, and this is an indication of how bizarrely languages work sometimes. What is the logic here? Spill means getting out of own boundaries and again making a connection with a different entity – sort of communicating with another surface. That’s what happens in a water, or oil, spill. However, the original meaning of spill was language related, as in: “spilling the beans,” which means “blabbing it out or betraying a secret.”

Another interesting word is cooperation. Recognize the same root “sp?” Coop = “sp.” This is a Latin influence. In Latin “s” became “c.” “Sp” becomes “cp” and then “coop.”

The connections between languages and words are fascinating and educational. Since I was a child, I contemplated these connections, which taught me that people are much more similar than they are different, no matter how much various interests with ulterior motives are trying to convince us otherwise. I intend to write much more about this, but that will be another time.

For now, I think I’ve made my point: “sp” means to connect, commune; “el” means god or divine. Consequently, the original meaning of a spell is: to “connect with the divine” and by extention, to “voice an intention.” Of course the contemporary meaning of  a “spell” is broader. It is a spoken incantation to actualize an intention, sometimes to deceive or confuse others, but sometimes to empower self – it all depends on who and with what motives is doing it. Spelling means: “voicing – or actualizing – the written word.”

But what an irony! As JR correctly noticed, a spell, meant to actualize, or clarify things, is often used to manipulate and confuse. And spelling is derived directly from spell.  So, when I applaud JR’s parallel between spell and spelling, I am referring to the fact that I appreciate as a linguist his ability to see the hidden ironic connection between the two.

Now let’s proceed to the other two words. These two are a different story altogether as the examples from the article JR quotes, unfortunately are incorrect translations, even if they may seem valid on the surface. Here, much later derivatives or coincidental words are being substituted by the author of the article quoted.

In my earlier comments to this same post I already cautioned someone else to avoid falling for pseudo-truths. Not all alternative sources are created equal and not all tell the truth, either because of ignorance, or hidden agenda – or both.

Let’s try not to twist or stretch the truth, even if we have the best intentions, shall we? Because the truth has this interesting quality – eventually, everything comes out anyway. That’s why truth is always the best policy.

I can tell you as a trained comparative linguist and language historian what the real meaning of these words is:

Parliament is from parler (to speak) + ment (mind). (Incidentally, the word mentir also comes from ment and means “inventing things with your mind’, or, “irritating mind by misusing it”).

So, parliament is translated as the place where people speak their minds. And that was the original intention behind parliaments. At the time, Western-style democracy was a progressive thing and it was necessary to hear different opinions when they all were valid in some way. It is now that the Western-style democracy turned into its opposite.

Politics is from Greek politicos, meaning: “related to citizens or affairs of a city” (polis – city, polites – citizens). It has nothing to do with “tics” of course — “cs”  or “s” is a common English ending for Greek-related words, shortened from the common Greek ending “os.” “Os” also has much deeper Vedic Rus roots, demonstrated in Russian last names: Volkov, Elfimov, Yablokov. “Ov” = “os.”

Further, the ORIGINAL root of the word “Polis” is the ancient Vedic Rus (later Slavic) word: “Polie.” Polie is a field or flat surface. It originates from the Rus “po” – flat, on top, along a flat surface. Example: “idti po ulitse” – “to walk along the street.”

Here are some examples of this ancient root in action: Prussia – original meaning: Po-Russia, in other words, flat or wide Russia. Later Prussia was taken over by Germans and that’s how Prussia became German, but originally it was Po-Russia. The country next to Prussia is called Poland, in Polish: Polonia. This name comes from “polie” – literally: the flat country. And believe me, Poland is really flat.

From “Polie” the ancient Greek word “polis” = city, was formed. It meant flat surface, populated with people. The “people,” or “citizens,” meaning was added later. Initially, polites meant those people who lived in flatlands, which eventually were built into cities. The word “poly” came to signify “many” much, much later. It is a modern-day derivative from “polis,” which is logical as it signified a city populated by many citizens. There was no word “poly” with today’s meaning in Ancient Greek. This is one of the manipulated subsequent additions into the language.

P.S. A reader has suggested that the word religion = re-ligion has something to do with “military rebuilding” as in re-legion (meaning military legion.) This is an exellent example of a confusion that I have talked about in the beginning.

In reality: the root “log” = “lg” means “word” in Vedic mother-tongue, and later in Latin (logos), and it has nothing to do with war. The word “legitimate” “legislature” and “library” come from the same root. Later, the word “legion” was also derived from the same root – not from war, but from “law and order.” “Logos” – “legis” – “legitimate” – “law” = “order” – “legion.” The word “linguistics” also comes from the same root. Russian lozh and English lie – same meaning, same root.

Religion simply means “reciting words” = cermons and prayers.

This is enough linguistics for now.

I hope you enjoyed this article and I hope you learned something today. Even though my time is limited, I try to clarify and explain things as much as I can, and I try to share my knowledge with all. Regrettably, I can’t always do that and many confusions perhaps go unanswered. Sometimes I answer people’s comments in the comment section of my blog. My goal is always to reveal the truth from under the layers of confusion and lies, whether intentional or inadvertent.

In this case, of course the intention of the reader, JR, was high and honest, as much of what he says rings true. Therefore, I thought it was a good idea to clarify as much as possible.

About me: M.A. (summa cum laude) in Comparative Linguistics, Translation and History of languages. I studied at Odessa Mechnikov State University, Moscow Lomonosov State University and Complutense University of Madrid, with graduate study at the Universidad de La Habana, Cuba. Read my bio here.

I see my role as someone who uncovers and reveals deep truths that had been suppressed. My mission is to help people clear the existing fog of confusion and misinformation.

In the upcoming posts I will continue this topic. Stay tuned!

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