Ok, as unfortunately nobody seems to be interested anymore, I'll give you my thoughts.
NEVA - Seventy-seven years. From the first blood frozen in your water, to the last one, that of freedom. Two almost identical names, two deaths.
And then the triumph of life.
is a river in northwestern Russia flowing from Lake Ladoga through the western part of
Leningrad Oblast (historical region of Ingria) to the Neva Bay of the Gulf of Finland. The Neva is the only river flowing from Lake Ladoga. It flows
through the city Saint Petersburg,
"From the first blood frozen in your water"
... reminds me (and probably to those who are familiar with the Russian history as well) of the
famous Russian mystic Grigori Rasputin
whose body was threw into the icy Neva river, after he
was poisoned, shot four times, and badly beaten.
"Seventy-seven years .... to the last one, that of freedom.
. Rasputin murder occurred at the very end of 1916. Seventy-seven years later leads
us to 1993, two years after the end of the Soviet Union
1991 Soviet coup d'état attempt
where three citizen were killed. But
the "last blood" was probably not this one.
This phase of the URSS splitting lasted at least two years until the 1993 Russian
that was a political stand-off between the Russian president and the Russian parliament that was resolved by using
The relations between the president and the parliament had been deteriorating for some time. The constitutional crisis reached a tipping point on
September 21, 1993, when President Boris Yeltsin purported to dissolve the country's legislature (the Congress of People's Deputies and its Supreme
Soviet), although the president did not have the power to dissolve the parliament according to the then-current constitution. Yeltsin used the results
of the referendum of April 1993 to justify his actions. In response, the parliament declared that the president's decision was null and void,
impeached Yeltsin and proclaimed vice president Aleksandr Rutskoy to be acting president.
The situation deteriorated at the beginning of October. On October 3, demonstrators removed police cordons around the parliament and, urged by their
leaders, took over the Mayor's offices and tried to storm the Ostankino television centre. The army, which had initially declared its neutrality, by
Yeltsin's orders stormed the Supreme Soviet building in the early morning hours of October 4, and arrested the leaders of the resistance.
(b]The ten-day conflict became the deadliest single event of street fighting in Moscow's history since the October Revolution of 1917. According to
government estimates, 187 people were killed and 437 wounded, while sources close to Russian communists put the death toll at as high as
This tragic event was very likely "the last blood" that occurred 77 after the first one, that of Rasputin. It also can be considered to be one the the
first event that cause the Russian people to massively protest against corruption, violent crime, and in a more general way, against the deteriorating
living conditions, legacy of the old Soviet system.
Tens of thousands of Russians marched in the streets of Moscow seeking to bolster the parliamentary cause. The demonstrators were protesting
against the deteriorating living conditions. Since 1989, the GDP had been declining, corruption was rampant, violent crime was skyrocketing, medical
services were collapsing and life expectancy falling. Yeltsin was also increasingly getting the blame.[note 3] Outside Moscow, the Russian masses
overall were confused and disorganized. Nonetheless, some of them also tried to voice their protest. Sporadic strikes took place across
And the prophecy continues, saying: "Two almost identical names, two deaths
In 1916, Rasputin
was found dead in the Neva river.
In 1993, putin
was in rise to power, leaving the KGB in 1991, beginning a political career that leads him to be the first
ex-KGB Russian president.
Now, the end of the prophecy is saying: "...two deaths. And then the triumph of life
Of course, Putin is not dead and I can only guess that this part of the prophecy haven't occurred yet.
Anyway, what I find incredible here is how accurate this Johannes XXIII prophecy is, so we might wondering if the rest of the prophecies, especially
those who are mentioning the various popes are accurate as well!!
edit on 19-2-2013 by elevenaugust because: spelling
19-2-2013 by elevenaugust because: (no reason given)