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Rasputin and His Influence

Rise of Rasputin Enigma

Monk Described as Most Powerful Man in Russia

Influence Grows Rapidly

His Counsel Is Asked by Czar in Deciding Every Question of Importance–Gives Orders in Ministers… 542 more words


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Grigori Rasputin was a Russian faith healer and private advisor to the Romanovs in the late 19th century early 20th century. After several attempts to kill him (poisoning, stabbed, being shot, drown) finally died in 1916. 335 more words


The Seven Seraphs and the Legendary War Minds


Here in this video you’ll uncover BUNKER RAS-2 and within this bunker is the Seraphim Vault, a Seraphim, as defined; is an angel, a caretaker of God’s chair. 383 more words


Melissa Befierce (@InkedupAlfy) Lives Up To Her Name

She’s a fierce queen and last night’s look for the Rasputin show in West Hollywood was no exception.

16. Juli 1914 - Telegramm aus London: "Eine Politik , die ich als eine abenteuerliche ansehe"

Der SPD-Parteizeitung “Vorwärts” fällt am 16. Juli 1914 auf, dass das k.u.k.-Außenministerium viel ruhiger ist als währen der Annektionskrise 1908 und der Balkankriege 1912 und 1913… 1,036 more words

Deutsches Reich

July 14, 1914

FAVORITE OF CZAR STABBED BY WOMAN; Rasputin, Peasant Monk-Mystic, Said to be at the Point of Death.

ST. PETERSBURG, July 13. — The notorious monk, Gregory Rasputin, known as the “Richelieu of Russia,” has been the victim of a murderous attack in his native Siberian village of Pekrovsky, Province of Tobolsk, where he was paying a short visit to his wife and family. 273 more words

The Family Romanov: Murder, Rebellion and the Fall of Imperial Russia by Candace Fleming

I visited Russia last summer and got to see firsthand the opulence in which Nicholas and Alexandra lived their lives. Of course, they were so isolated from the people they were governing that the widespread starvation and deprivation went unnoticed by them. 253 more words

Fourteen And Up