'100s of Satanic Cults Backed by US in Orthodox Ukraine', Allegation by Russian General Causes Uproar

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Russia's security establishment exposes US creation of, and support for, destructive religious groups, with the intention of destabilizing Ukrainian society and undermining Ukraine's historic religion, Orthodox Christianity.

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Most important points in the article:

- The growth of these cults is a deliberate strategy orchestrated from Washington, i.e., the CIA.

- A goal of this strategy is to weaken Orthodox Christianity, Ukraine's traditional and historic faith which it shares with Russia.

- There are hundreds of these neo-pagan sects in Ukraine, many of them specifically engineered to create a small group of tightly controlled radicals who would do the bidding of their 'owners', often Ukrainian tycoons or political leaders.

- Adherents to these sects and cults dominate the Ukrainian political and business elite, especially the military, which calls into question their ability to behave rationally, or with any sense of ethics.

- The author calls for adding 'De-satanization' of Ukraine to Russian war goals, coining a phrase which will undoubtedly become a regular part of political rhetoric in Russia.

A recent, relatively short article about organized satanic religions in the Ukraine, in a major Russian daily, and penned by a general in Russia's powerful Security Council has rocketed to the top headlines in Russia. (Full translation below). Link to Russian original.

The reason for the rumpus is that the author, Lieutenant General Alexei Pavlov, listed the Chabad Lubavitcher Jewish sect as an example of satanism. Russia's chief Rabbi, who belongs to this denomination struck back, arguing that this is not correct. 

The ensuing hubbub, widely discussed in Russian social media, obscures the true value of the article, which is to begin pulling back the veil on the origin of the multitude of bizarre satanic and neo-pagan sects emanating out of Ukraine, most of them transparently fake and invented, having no relations to historic Ukrainian religious beliefs, and on who is providing them with material support, and why.

Because of who the author is, there is no doubt that its views reflect the opinions of Russia's intelligence and security forces, and reveals some of their intelligence information on the subject, and that this was a deliberately planned release. It is possible that bringing Russia's Chabad community into the discussion was a deliberate ploy in order to assure wide dissemination of the article, and may have been intended as a shot across the bow to Russia's Chabad community, whose support for the military operation in Ukraine has been lukewarm, probably because of their close ties with the Chabad community in Ukraine.

It is a well-established fact that US intelligence agencies have for decades used the tactic of creating artificial radical religious groups in order to have radicalized shock troops to be pursue their geo-political and domestic political agendas. For example, many analysts now realize that ISIS and its variations across the Middle East, is precisely such a ploy. A hyper-radicalized version of Islam, ISIS served two grand roles. One was to wage a brutal terrorist tactics against US and Israeli opponents in the Middle East, using beheadings broadcast on social media and extreme forms of torture intended to terrify their opponents, and the second was to scare domestic populations in the US and Europe, demanding rollbacks of civil liberties in order to fight this threat. It worked brilliantly in both ways.

US intelligence agencies use the same tactic domestically, by creating fake radical right-wing groups manned by federal agents, which then go on to commit some sort of hate crime, which the FBI then announces is shut down. Again, this serves simultaneous purposes - invent a fake threat in order to get funding and political support for persecuting legitimate political opposition on the right (recently including Trump supporters), and scare the American public into believing that there is a 'domestic terrorist' threat when in fact none exists, (except for the fake FBI created ones). They did the same thing with the Left in the 1960s and 70s. An important part of the recipe is having paid agents in the media who whip up the hysteria.

The phenomenon in the Ukraine is more of the same, and once one has seen the playbook used in the Middle East and the US, it all looks terribly familiar. The CIA has been backing such groups since the beginning of the Cold War, both in the West and in the Ukraine itself, understanding very well how destructive they can be to social fabric, which they have been intent on destroying.

It also allowed them to create the drugged-up, psychotic, militants who man Ukraine's elite battalions, willing to commit all manner of atrocity due to their bizarre religious beliefs. The activity has increased over the last 10 years as US intelligence agencies steered Ukraine into becoming a battering ram against Russia. The whole phenomenon is closely related to the CIA efforts to also cause schism between Orthodox Christians in Ukraine, and to undermine Orthodoxy generally worldwide.

Global Orthodox published a major expose in September which was widely read in the West about similar deep state efforts to subvert Orthodoxy in the West, by funding 'Orthodox scholars'. All of these activities are part of a vast, long-running psychological operations to destabilize Ukraine and Russia and any Christian influence they might have in the West.

We have sought to include a large number of pictures of adepts of these cults in the Ukraine, to demonstrate that this is widespread and has definitely crossed into bizarre territory.

General Pavlov's article does a good job giving some background on the subject, no doubt using Russian intelligence information previously not made public. The text of his article follows.

It is machine translated so there might be some inaccuracies.


A Witch's Brew of Neo-Pagan Cults Has Gathered Strength in the Ukraine

By Lieutenant General Alexei Pavlov

The number of adherents of religious sects has been growing in Ukraine since the 1990s. The 2014 coup d'état in Kiev was a powerful impetus for this. Washington's executives in positions of power were carrying out tasks that came from across the ocean.

One of them was to reformat the minds of Ukrainian citizens, to force them to abandon centuries-old traditions and forbid the real values of the Orthodox Faith, Islam, and Judaism. Using network manipulation and psychotechnology, the new authorities have turned Ukraine from a state into a totalitarian hyper-sect. Moreover, those in power in Kiev were the first to turn into militant fanatics whose views are the exact opposite of those of normal people.


For example, Alexander Turchinov, who became acting president of Ukraine after the coup d'état, is a pastor of the Neo-Pentecostal "Word of Life" church, a branch of the Boston "Church of Christ" movement, which has only one word for Donbass, Odessa, Kharkov, Zaporozhe, and other regions of historic Novorossiya - "death”.

The first "post-Maidan" prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, is a Hubbardist, a follower of the Church of Scientology, which is banned in Russia as a totalitarian sect. Igor Kolomoysky is a Lubavitcher Hasid, a Chabadist, an adherent of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish religious movement. The main principle of the Lubavitcher Hasidim is the supremacy of the sect's supporters over all nations and peoples. To this movement belongs a number of other Ukrainian oligarchs, in particular Victor Pinchuk, the son-in-law of the second President of Ukraine Kuchma, the author of the book "Ukraine is not Russia”.


Self-appointed "Magi”


How could Orthodox Ukraine turn into a hotbed of sects? As early as the beginning of the 20th century the spiritual inspirer of the future OUN* Dmitry Dontsov declared that the provisions of his ideology require no proof - either you believe in them, or you are an enemy. It was he who, back in 1926, released his conceptual work "Nationalism," preaching the immoral radicalism of hierarchical Nazism and a special, heated anti-Russian pathos, claiming that Russians allegedly do not even belong to the species "reasonable man”.


The progenitor of Ukrainian neo-paganism was a certain Vladimir Shayan. In the 1930s, he allegedly received a "spiritual revelation". Then, appointing himself a "sorcerer", he formed a pagan sect "Native Faith". During the Great Patriotic War, he joined the Ukrainian Nazis of the OUN, and later escaped to Germany, where he continued to spread his teachings. His sermons were a standard neo-pagan mish-mash of ancient Slavic gods, the Aryans, and rituals invented out of thin air. All of this was seasoned with crude Ukrainian Nazism, in the best tradition of which Russia was viewed solely as an occupier.


Shayan's ideas appealed to the collaborators' rabble who emigrated to the West at the end of World War II. For example, two centers of Ukrainian neo-paganism migrated to Canada. But it was with the collapse of the Soviet Union that the seeds sown by Shayan made particularly strong headway.

Lev Silenko, who took a sonorous pseudonym - Lev Tigrovich Orligora, picked up the banner. During the war he worked for the nationalists, and after escaping to Canada, he wrote his doctrine in the form of a historio-philosophical folio "The Great Faith", created the RUN-faith ("native Ukrainian national faith"), laying its foundation in a certain "Ukrainian empire". Not surprisingly, the source of this obscurantism, which, in fact, has nothing to do with paganism, was created in the West artificially (the author implies here that it occurred with encouragement from government agencies).

By the early 1970s, there were branches of the RUN faith in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, and Australia. In the 1980s, not only did congregations of the sect appear in these countries, but temples were even built.


After 1991, branches of the organization began to appear in Ukraine.


Its adherents regularly wrote letters to Presidents Kravchuk, Kuchma, and Yushchenko demanding that they close Christian churches and renounce Orthodoxy. And the teachers of the Lviv University went even further, developing a course on "Religious Studies," which included an in-depth study of the RUN faith.


This current, together with other neo-pagan organizations, became the basis of the "anti-Russian" project in Ukraine after 2014.


From Maidan to Shaitan ('Shaitan  means 'devils' or 'demons' in Arabic.)


The exact number of sects in Ukraine is unknown, but it counts in the hundreds. Some of them were created in advance for a specific purpose and congregation. Others simply existed as branches of wealthier patrons. Others are legally registered corporations with a couple hundred local adepts.


Among them are the Association of Rodnovers of Ukraine, "Rodobozhye", "White Hammer", "Perun’s Host", "Mokosha", "White Hort", "Great Fire", "Grandsons of Veles", etc. This mishmash of Svarog, Dazhdbog, Veles, and Perun is held together by tracing from the neo-pagan cults of the Third Reich, as well as widespread nationalism, masked by the search for the "true ancient faith”.


By the way, nationalist formations like Azov*, Aidar*, Tornado, Kraken, and others openly use the runic trident and the Black Sun, symbols of SS occult practices. There is also a wolfsangel crossed with the Ukrainian trident, and the 1488 numbers coined by David Lane, the founder of the American racist group "The Order”. (1488 is a neo-nazi symbol, symbolizing  a 14 word creed, and the 8th letter of the alphabet, H, as in Heil Hitler!).

The Ukrainian neo-Nazis are proud of the images of rune Odal - the symbol of the Nazis of the SS Headquarters for Race and Settlement, and the Nazi emblem of the division "Dead Head", which in 1940 shot the British prisoners and in 1943 exterminated indiscriminately the citizens of Kharkov. Next to the profaned images of Christ and the Virgin Mary there are portraits of Hitler and Bandera, and the Satanist symbol Baphomet.


If we talk about the origins of occultism and sectarianism, I note that the "Church of Satan," which has spread across Ukraine, is one of the officially registered religions in the United States.

Is it any wonder that in 2015 a group of pagans in Kiev broke and desecrated a cross that had been set up for the 1000th anniversary of the repose of St. Vladimir, the Baptist of Russia, the Grand Prince, Equal to the Apostles. And already this year the star of the Ukrainian social networks was an actress from Lvov with low social responsibility, portraying a slightly shabby witch with a cemetery wreath, with calls to kill all Russians.

Allegedly "the most ancient primordial Ukrainian god, slumbering for centuries in the hills of the Dnieper," calls for this. The Kiev store with the catchy name "Witch's Cauldron" since the beginning of a special military operation for a considerable amount of money offers customers to perform the ritual "to put a curse" on the Russians. Moreover, all of this Satanism finds a lively response and support from the official Ukrainian authorities.


I believe that as the special military operation continues, it becomes more and more urgent to de-Satanize Ukraine, or, as the head of the Chechen Republic (Muslim) Ramzan Kadyrov aptly put it, to "completely de-Shaitanize it."

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