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Incantations for rain by KGB priests produce devilish greenish fireballs, priests report

Publication time: 1 August 2010, 15:58

The visibility was reported as less than 30 meters on the border between Moscow and Ryazan regions due to smoke from forest and peatbog fires, Russian sources report.

 

Moscow region is leading in the number of wildfires registered during the past day on the territory of the Central region; 130 hotbeds of fire were registered there.

 

227 wildfires are registered in just one day in the central federal district, in particularly, 9 fires were registered in Ryazan region. The total area of fires in the region amounts to 1,138 thousand hectares.

 

Everything is covered with smoke near Moscow, already beyond the town of Kolomna, 100 km to the south-east from the Russian capital. The cars are traveling with lights on. Roadside vendors are wearing gauze bandages. Scorched bald spots and even small hotbeds are seen everywhere along the highway.

 

The smoke condenses in Ryazan region, the visibility is no more than 30 meters in the border areas of this regions. A strong smell of burning is felt.

 

The city Ryazan to the south-east of Moscow is completely covered with fire smoke. Local residents say that "it started yesterday".

 

"There is a factory Selmash opposite to my windows, so I do not see it", says a resident.

 

Residents walk in the streets in gauze bandages or cover their noses and mouths with a moistened cloth.

 

According to recent data, 7 people burnt alive in Moscow suburbs only as a result of wildfires, 4 Russians reportedly died in the Ryazan region.

 

Russian authorities claim only that only 30 Russians were killed. Russians always lie about their casualties.

 

Thousands of Russians were chased out of their homes and became refugees. Hundreds of houses were burnt down. Scores of villages and towns were destroyed and partially burnt.

 

In some cases, fire broke out in major Russian cities like Voronezh, Togliatti, Ryazan, partially Moscow and others.

 

Area of fires sharply increased in the Far East over the last few days.

 

Meanwhile, as a result of prayers for rain, which were organized by the KGB government-controlled "Russian orthodox church" (ROC) , a weird infernal greenish fireball has almost burnt down the residence of the ringleader of this "church", a KGB criminal general Gundyayev (AKA, "Mikhailov", AKA, "Moscow patriarch", AKA, "Kyrill").

 

A priest Mescherikov, dweller of Moscow Danilov Monastery, the residence of the patriarch-general of the FSB-ROC Gundyayev, told about the dangers that poses the KGB priestly witchcraft seance of rain incantations, because it is not clear "who" listens to them:

 

"We, together with church brothers of Danilov monastery, decided to pray for rain. After our prayers, a strong wind rose and it began slightly raining in the evening. But the rain has been sold, so to speak, "in a package": it was accompanied by a fireball.

 

An energy cluster suddenly flashed with a bright greenish glow in the corridor of the dorter (monastic dormitory), a deafening clap was heard and the telephone network and the computer, on which I was writing an order of the service against drought, were completely deactivated.

 

It is obvious that the skies responded angrily to our prayers. Through this mysterious lightning, the Lord uttered to us: "Don't bother Me, I have other plans", testifies the priest of FSB-ROC Mescherikov.

 

Meanwhile, the Archbishop Gereral of Nizhni Novgorod region, a KGB general Vasily Danilov was forced to admit that the heat and fire are punishments for the crimes, committed by the Russains. These Russian crimes were earlier also condemned by the Caucasus Emirate Emir Dokku Abu Usman.

 

"The heat transformed a huge territory into a semblance of Hell, and that is a payment for sins", the KGB Archbishop General Danilov testified.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center


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