Apocalypse-hypnotized, Worshipped Half-god Vladimir Putin: I know When the End of the World Comes – in 4.5 bn Years” – or Does He Know More?

LATEST: Infowars 13 June 2014, Michael Snyder: Alexander Dugin, the man known as “Putin’s Brain“ (CFR´s Foreign Affairs 31. März 2014), is radically anti-western and believes that the U.S.-led New World Order is the “kingdom of the Antichrist” and that it is inevitable that it will be destroyed in an inevitable war between the USA and Russia – and that Russia will win (Revelation 17-18).
DuginDugin is a professor at the top university in Russia, he is a frequent guest on all of the top Russian television networks, and his books are extremely influential. Dugin’s writing about Eurasia was making waves long before Putin took office or ever came up with the idea for a “Eurasian Union. However, Dugin is not only “Putin’s Brain”—he’s also “Putin’s Rasputin” (as is apocalyptic Rabbi Berel Lazar – below).  If Vladimir Putin did not approve of what Dugin was saying, he would be simply removed from the airwaves…


The Blog “John Scarlett” by Royal Arch Mason/MI6/KGB insiders  brought a comment on 9 Febr. 2007 from a person claiming to have been initiated in 1979 to anoint Vladimir Putin to be the Illuminati Antichrist. Putin was anointed in 1993 – and “left the Royal Arch in 1994″. However the anointer claims that after Putin was anointed, his career sped upwards! At that time Putin had been through a severe Royal Arch brainwashing – acc. to insider Richard Tomlinson.


“I know when the end of the world will come.”, Putin´s statement is  complemented by Russia Today: “It will all end in 4.5 billion years, …and the sun will turn into a White Dwarf… I don’t believe the world will end this year (2012)”, President Putin said during the press conference. Or does he know more? He may very well be Gog, the Prince  of Rosh and the land of Magog (Ezekiel 38-39).

The Geography of Magog is historically explained in this video from the 6:00 min. mark.

I have repeatedly described Russia´s likely Jewish and certainly talmudically educated Vladimir Putin as playing a dangerous role as a Masonic/Illuminati Antichrist of the NWO – even under the influence of the Chabad Lubavitch Rabbi, Berel Lazar, the new Rasputin, whose agenda is the fulfillment of the biblical apocalyptic prophecies with Russia as the central agent.

Putin is seen as reincarnated apostle Paul and Vladimir the great.

putin-paulRussia Resurrecting, a cult that worships Vladimir Putin as the reincarnation of the Apostle Paul and of Vladimir the Great, has been flourishing near Nizhny Novgorod for several years. Reuters
The sect believes that Vladimir Putin is  sent to Russia to prepare its people for the Second Coming of Christ.

To match Feature RUSSIA-CULT/PUTINThe group believes that Putin received the Holy Spirit after becoming president. The group, consisting entirely of women, dress as nuns when giving services to pray for Putin in a three-story brick building called the Chapel of Russia’s Resurrection. The Russian government is aware of the sect, and Putin’s press agent Dmitry Peskov has stated that “it is impressive that [the sect] think so highly of [Putin’s] work.” Although he notes that the group has not broken any laws, he reminds them that one of the commandments in the Bible is that “thou shalt not worship false idols”.

Putin uses nationalism to create a youth cult around his macho person
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J. Invest. Journalism 20 Apr. 2012: In 2005, following a successful pro-democracy uprising in Ukraine, a new youth movement, Nashi, was founded in Russia, reportedly using $20m supplied by the Kremlin. While the Nashi billed itself as an anti-oligarch, nationalist organisation, its critics say it is closer to Putin’s private army – and with 120,000 members, it’s a force to be reckoned with.
The Nashi’s members, who tend to come from desperately poor areas of the countryside, idolise Putin as a strongman who has brought security and prosperity to the country.

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The Independent 11 June 2014: According to the Levada Centre, an independent polling organisation in Moscow, the President’s high approval rating among young people wanting to see Russia as a superpower again  tops even his numbers among an older generation that remembers the Soviet empire and views Crimea and Ukraine as essentially Russian.
People 18 to 24 years old – the youngest group among 1,600 people surveyed in late May – backed Mr Putin more than any other age bracket, at 86 %.

Oksana Chernysheva, a first-year journalism student at the International University in Moscow, shares the view of her President, Vladimir Putin: the collapse of the Soviet Union was a disaster.
The image of a vast military power that commanded global respect is particularly appealing to Ms Chernysheva. “I believe that the world should be afraid of us,” she said. “To be afraid means to respect.”
But: “It’s so easy to go to jail in Russia,”
said Chernysheva’s friend Anton Kusakin.

sotchi phoenis2Displays of patriotism are everywhere  (Global Post 11 June 2014).   Researchers say the surge in patriotism that began with the Sochi Winter Olympics in February (Illuminati Phoenix from Russian Winter OL 2014 above left) reached an apex with the annexation of Crimea, which nearly 90 percent of the population greeted with positive emotions, the Levada Center found.

russian-patriotism-putin-flagNow 63 percent of Russians believe their country to be a great power, more than at any other time during the past 15 years.The events have produced a sizeable boost in support for President Vladimir Putin, who has long pushed patriotism as an official policy. His approval rating hovers around 83 percent, surpassed only by putin-cult-youngstersthe 88-percent rating he enjoyed after Russia’s brief war with Georgia in 2008. “The time has finally come when one can be proud of his country because the humiliation that we experienced during the 1990s has been practically forgotten today,” he says.
Another Levada poll released last week found that 33 percent of Russians have “very bad” attitudes toward the United States, up from only 5 percent a year ago. Meanwhile, only 15 percent have “generally good” attitudes, down from 46 percent last year.

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