Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The 12 Labours of... Putin [= Roman-Byzantine Catholicism United]

"In the final labour, Mr Putin is depicted as doing battle with his nemesis - the United States. With a domestic approval rating exceeding 80%, Vladimir Putin is currently enjoying the kind of popularity that Western politicians, maybe even Hercules himself, could only dream of." [see image below:]


 [Pls. notice the vulgar exhibition of Chaldean-Babylonian blasphemy. Here Putin-Hercules-Nimrod, keeping in bondage a trinity, allegory of the divine Trinity of Father, God the Son and Holy Ghost, politically and ideologically incarnated in the concept of that Western world claimed to be ruled by USA & Zionism. The scheme follows exactly the same pattern as developed at the beginning of the 'civilization' in the shadow of the Babel's Tower. If you want to be more informed on the theme, you can check it in "The Two Babylons", by Alexander Hislop, freely downloadable book in more versions in the web, or - English language - on paper by Chick publications.]

In pictures: The 12 Labours of... Putin

"......The original 12 Labours of Hercules were acts of penance and toil performed by the Greek hero. To mark Vladimir Putin's 62nd birthday, Hercules' tasks have been given a Russian makeover. Mythical monsters have been replaced by modern monstrosities such as terrorism.

Mr Putin grapples with the multi-headed hydra... of Western sanctions. The EU, US, Canada and Japan imposed sanctions after accusing Russia of supplying separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine with heavy weapons and soldiers - an accusation Russia denies.

Mr Putin is depicted stopping Western intervention in Syria - a reference to Russia's veto at a UN Security Council vote in 2012. The exhibition has been organised by the Vladimir Putin Supporters Group on Facebook. The artists however, are a mystery.

"They want to remain anonymous," explained one of the group's members, Mikhail Antonov, to the BBC. The images were a special birthday present for the president, he added. In this painting, Mr Putin fights off the horses of corruption.

But Herculean leadership isn't all about military prowess - or so these paintings seem to try to indicate. Here Mr Putin is celebrated as the hero of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Destroying the not-so-mythical "oligarch beasts". When Mr Putin came to power in 2000 he vowed to destroy Russia's oligarchs as a "class".

This painting of Mr Putin riding a fearsome Crimean ox refers to the peninsula's breakaway from Ukraine and absorption by Russia by way of a referendum held in March 2014.

The Mistral contract was a contract for delivery of warships from France to Russia in a deal worth 1.2bn euros. France has come under pressure to scrap the deal after the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine by pro-Russia separatists

The South Stream pipeline is one of Russia's most powerful diplomatic pressure tools. Running across most of Europe from Russia, it feeds the region with a supply of gas that many countries rely upon.

In May 2014 Russia and China signed a landmark 30-year gas deal worth around $400bn. Here Mr Putin is credited with a trade victory

As seen here, backing peace in Ukraine, Mr Putin is painted as a strong leader by the group. "We the people have trusted the leaders of Russia: the tsars, the emperors, or general secretaries of the Communist party," Mikhail tells our correspondent. "Vladimir Putin continues that tradition. He is a hero of the people."

In the final labour, Mr Putin is depicted as doing battle with his nemesis - the United States. With a domestic approval rating exceeding 80%, Vladimir Putin is currently enjoying the kind of popularity that Western politicians, maybe even Hercules himself, could only dream of...........".

See also Douglas Willinger's:

 [Note - I don't share the reincarnationist creed of D. Willinger - in any case I find it a powerful allegory to describe the background and the "back to the future" scheme moving such creepy entity]


        Wlodimir Ledochowski: born October 7, 1866 - died December 13, 1942.
        Vladimir Putin: born October 7, 1952.

        Vladimir Putin ancestry unknown before the birth-year of his paternal grandfather who got to be a chef for Lenin and Stalin - 1879-  a Mieczyslaw Ledochowski Jesuit black magic creation perhaps as a vessel to PUT IN Wlodimir Ledochowski into his next incarnation?

        [D. Willinger] ........." 

 Sunday, June 1, 2014

Born October 7 - 1866 & 1952

Wlodimir Ledochowski - Vladimir Putin

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Double Head = Doble Popes [P2] = THE WORLD 


Saturday, October 4, 2014

"Make my day, Protestant Gringos". 



  1. Also, given your focus on the number 14, Putin was born 14 years prior to the 100th anniversary of Ledochowski's birth- 1952-1966

    1. Yes, you're right, once I did the photo album entitled "the 14th number's Osiris Sect", I erased when I was in a bad period of depression. Starting in 2007 I opened a thread in the old (that one really good) The Unhived Mind forum about the role of Carabineers army in Italy and other arguments (2007 = 2 X 7, I swear to you I did that NOT intentionally), where I discovered disturbing numerological coincidences and allegories. They believes to be gods-on-earth and therefore with the power to create the timeline of events (history).

      But as demonstrated already in 9 A.D., God knows well how to send 'em the right message (btw the number 9 is related to the birth, of new life):


      I always ruminated in my mind connections between Wlodimir Ledochowsky's wars against Germany and that catastrophe of 2000 years before they suffered:

      "......Had Rome not been defeated, says historian Herbert W. Benario, emeritus professor of classics at EmoryUniversity, a very different Europe would have emerged. “Almost all of modern Germany as well as much of the present-day CzechRepublic would have come under Roman rule. All Europe west of the Elbe might well have remained Roman Catholic; Germans would be speaking a Romance language; the Thirty Years’ War might never have occurred, and the long, bitter conflict between the French and the Germans might never have taken place.”..........".

  2. Your focus upon the number "14" got my attention from the very start: