Author - Dato Gomarteli (Ukraine, Georgia)

Just two months have passed since the first sensational publications on www.rgdn.info, and over this short period of time the analyst team has found quite a few unbelievable intriguing likenesses or accidental coincidences. Let everyone regard these materials as they prefer. We do not impose our opinion on anyone, although we consider ourselves entitled to voice it decidedly and elucidate it. Our next discovery originates from Kiev, from where we have received a photo of the stone bust of Zoroastrian supreme god Ahura Mazda whose face on the bust bears a great resemblance to the face of Igor Mikhaylovich Danilov, according to eyewitnesses who saw Mr. Danilov closely. In the context of our investigation such likeness surely looks not that accidental.

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    A striking and resonant research was carried out by Ramon K. Jucino, who endeavoured to prove that Mary Magdalene’s name is still the most concealed, unnoticed and mysterious in the old story of Jesus Christ the Saviour. We will surely refer to this personality many times ahead, since the Primordial Knowledge brought by Rigden Djappo contains mentions of her as the most significant, epoch-making figure in the history of the “contemporary” stage of human existence on Earth. There are obvious “parallels” and secrecy based on undisguised lies in the official Church’s version of the story.

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    The next discovery is writer Théun Mares (4 July 1952 – 5 September 2011), born in Zimbabwe. He was one of the keepers of Toltec teaching, which he passed on in his books and on personal seminars to all who desired. We are not really interested in Mares’ personality or practical self-improvement experience. We refer to him due to an intriguing and somewhat prophetic literary extract from his book Return of the Warriors, where people from the cold North (as Slavs are usually described) and the One Truth are mentioned. Certainly, the extract has a rather indirect relation to our issue, however, as we know, many great events in history were predicted by fantasy writers long before emergence of such events.

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    Onisaburo Deguchi (1871-1948) was one of active figures in Oomoto religious movement in Japan. In 1898, he got acquainted with Nao Deguchi, founder of Oomoto religion, and soon became one of her leading followers. Onisaburo Deguchi’s the author of numerous publications, including the 81-volume work Reikai Monogatari (霊界物语?). He was engaged in many fields of art, creating paintings, sculptures, calligraphy works, and ceramics. One of the key points of his teaching was close connection between art and religion, as well as the positive influence that works of art have on the world. During his life, Deguchi upheld pacifist views, dressed himself in richly decorated clothing of his own embroidery, and posed as different Buddhist or Shinto deities. When Oomoto religion was persecuted by the Japanese government, he spent almost seven years (1935-1942) in prison... In the West, Deguchi was first and foremost famous by the influence he exerted on Morihei Ueshiba, founder of the Japanese martial art of Aikido, whom he first met in 1919.

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Here we present one of religious views of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, which is based on interpretation of the Holy Bible. We have found this article on the web and considered it appropriate to publish it in our Christianity section with certain amendments. Since we believe our approach to such a significant event as the Second Coming must be as versatile as possible, a different opinion, even from a narrow religious perspective, is always welcome on our portal. Hopefully, the author of these lines truly believes in the advent of Christ and not just uses this “fashionable sacred legend” as a habitual tool to strengthen his or her local earthly power, although to be more precise holy Christian texts tell about the advent of the Holy Spirit or Comforter rather than the return of Jesus Christ. After all, Christ himself said so to the apostles in the Gospel of John 14:15. Therefore, let’s try to treat the information given herein indulgently.

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    14th century Franciscan monk Ragno Nero, “the Black Spider”, predictor… The monk’s name became famous only in the late 20th century, when workers found the ancient Oracle book (or the Eternal Book) in the old monastery masonry. The Black Spider precisely predicted dozens of important future events: he foreknew wars and disasters, described destinies of rulers and whole nations. “I’m a mere chronicler”, Nero wrote, “entrusted with great mysteries of mankind.”

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    Mitar Tarabić (1829-1899) was an ordinary semiliterate peasant from the Serbian village of Kremna. At times he had visions which he communicated to local priest Zechariah Zakharić. The latter, in turn, recorded Mitar’s predictions, and that’s the whole story. When the priest died, hid notebook was preserved by his family. The only time the notebook was in danger of being burned was in 1943, when the village was occupied by Bulgarian army. Today, the notebook as a family treasure is kept by Zakharić’s great grandson Dejan Malenkovic. As distinct from texts by famous Michel Nostradamus which are not always easy to decipher, Mitar Tarabić’s prophecies were composed in a totally clear informal language. The records became widely known in early 20th century, when Mitar’s predictions regarding the downfall of the Obrenović royal family of Serbia started coming true one after another with unbelievable accuracy and consistency. It was rumoured in the Balkans that Tarabić’s “dark prophecies” are being realized... 

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Perhaps, many people are unaware that Christianity, the largest world religion of our time with its over 2 billion followers living in different parts of the globe, has about 300 denominations, and you have probably never heard of the most of them, dear readers. At that, hopefully, some rumours have still reached you that the largest Christian denominations are in permanent latent fight for the followers and their exceptional right to possess the Truth. At times it becomes totally unclear what the Lord, who is single in the multitude, has to do with all such disunity and confrontation. Hence, a detached observer such as me has a number of fair and logical questions to representatives of the influential religious community who aspire for God 

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    Grigory Yefimovich Rasputin (Novykh; born on 9 (21) January 1869, died on 17 (30) December 1916): peasant from Pokrovskoye Village of Tobolsk Region, Russia. He became world-famous owing to his friendship with the family of the last Russian Emperor Nikolas II. In 1900s, in certain circles of St. Petersburg society he had the reputation of a “tsar’s friend”, “elder”, visionary, and healer. Rasputin’s negative image was widely popularized in Soviet propaganda, and there are still numerous rumours about Rasputin and his impact on the Russian Empire fate.

    As is generally known, history is a very capricious lady, so we won’t irritate it with questionable aftermaths, but only state that Grigory Rasputin, among other things, was respected as a visionary. And very interesting information has been preserved from him regarding our topic of interest.

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    Edgar Cayce (born on 18 March 1877 in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, USA, died on 3 January 1945 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA): American mystic, “healer” and medium; author of thousands of stenographically recorded answers to many different questions, starting with diagnoses and recipes for patients and up to information about the reasons of downfall of former civilizations. Since most of records were made in a special state of trance, resembling sleep, he got the nickname of “the Sleeping Prophet”. His prophetic abilities may be compared to the unique foresight gift of great Nostradamus and legendary Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga. Edgar Cayce performed medical diagnosing via clairvoyance during forty-three years. He left stenographical records of about 30,000 such diagnoses to the Association for Research and Enlightenment, in addition to hundreds of comprehensive reports containing patient evidences and doctors’ notes. In the United States there live hundreds of people who are ready to confirm the accuracy of his diagnoses and efficacy of his suggestions.

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    Here we publish a prediction from Zarathustra’s book, relating to nowadays events. The poetic form of a relevant extract and introduction thereto are taken from The Crossroads book (later on we shall perform the book analysis).

    “Well, let’s take another section of Shambala library: Egypt, the second half of the first millennium B.C. The section of the Great Library of Alexandria … A part of the Library was burned down in 47 B.C. Thanks God, Mezhanins quickly reacted to such usual human stupidity in Al Iscandria, and the most valuable items were saved. So, this section contains quite a rare book of prophecies written by Zarathustra who lived in Bactria in the times of king Vishtaspu…

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    Here we publish one more prophecy from an ancient book of Maya Indians, which is called the Prophecies of the Avian Man and originates from the North American continent. Judging by the overall disposition of the text, it’s an apocalyptic note warning about big problems that may catch relevant places. The text is taken from one of books by Anastasia Novykh, where it was cited by the main character Sensei (being Rigden Djappo himself, as we assume; see details in the project Preamble). 

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