Friday, August 23, 2013

Exorcising the Vatican? Pope Francis style.

On May 13, 1984, right after John Paul II consecrated Russia on March 25, 1984, the Soviet Union experienced an inexplicable military disaster of no rival, dubbed in Russian “the greatest military disaster of all time.”  The naval stockpiles in Severomorsk blew up.  It was a freak accident that the New York Times reported as being “crippling” and “the destruction represents the greatest disaster to occur in the Soviet Navy since World War II.  It is conservatively estimated that it will be two years before the facility is fully operational again.”
Those who would like to see pictures and read the uncanny events of this event that is never reported in print can check this post out.  (note your author’s anonymous comment made in 2008 as the first comment).  It didn’t end there, though, Defense Minister (among this man’s many other titles) Dmitriy Ustinov contracts pneumonia in mid-October that year and after a series of surgical mishaps, dies in December.  Then in the following March, both Konstantin Chernenko dies and Mikhail Gorbachev is appointed a day later.  Russia was totally changed.   (more...)

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