Franz Kafka

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (Распутин, Григорий Ефимович). The Night of the Burned Man (La Notte dell'Uomo Bruciato). Prophecy about Rome. It's coming, God Bless!

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (Распутин, Григорий Ефимович), January 10, 1869 – December 29, 1916), was a controversial Russian mystic who influenced the latter days of the Russian Tsar Nicholas II, his wife the Tsaritsa Alexandra, and their only son, the Tsarevich Alexei.

"On the night of the burned man, blood will be shed and like a river will flow, in the Rome of the popes and of the swindlers. The people will go out into the squares blinded by a hatred that  for long time had been  long time smouldering, and on the blood-soaked pikes you will see the heads of politicians, nobles and clergy. The body of a venerable man will be dragged through the streets of Rome by a white horse and on the streets will remain the imprint of his blood and the edges of his skin. Only then will it be discovered that the venerable man was a snake. And he will die, as snakes die. In this night of blood and magic, the stars will change their light: those who wore the robe of delinquency will wear the robe of righteousness and those who were righteous will become unjust ... And when the light of the new day dawns, the fountains of Rome will be full of human blood, and many powerful bodies will be quartered and thrown to the four corners of the city, so that they rot apart ... Purified Rome will no longer be Rome. And the night of the burned man will remain to remember the holy insurrection of the people against the ravenous wolf dressed as a lamb."

Italian: "Nella notte dell’uomo bruciato, il sangue scorrerà a fiumi nella Roma dei papi e dei lestofanti. Il popolo uscirà sulle piazze accecato da un odio covato da tanto tempo e sulle picche lorde di sangue vedrete le teste dei politici, dei nobili e del clero. Il corpo di un uomo venerando sarà trascinato per le strade di Roma da un cavallo bianco e sulle strade rimarrà l’impronta del suo sangue e i lembi della sua pelle. Solo allora si scoprirà che l’uomo venerando era un serpente. E morirà come muoiono i serpenti. In questa notte di sangue e di magia le stelle cambieranno luce: quelli che indossavano l’abito della delinquenza indosseranno l’abito della giustizia e quelli che erano giusti diventeranno ingiusti... E quando sorgerà la luce del nuovo giorno, le fontane di Roma saranno piene di sangue umano, e molti corpi di potenti verranno squartati e gettati ai quattro angoli della città, affinché marciscano separati... Roma purificata non sarà più Roma. E la notte dell’uomo bruciato rimarrà a ricordare la santa insurrezione del popolo contro il lupo famelico vestito da agnello."

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Sunday, December 12, 2021

‘Dying To Have Known’ by filmmaker Steve Kroschel.


‘Dying To Have Known’ is a documentary made by filmmaker Steve Kroschel, whose quest to find out about the efficacy and veracity of the Gerson Therapy, known to cure degenerative diseases by natural methods, takes him on a 52 day journey across both the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, from upstate New York to San Diego to Alaska, from Japan and Holland to Spain and Mexico.

The documentary includes the testimonies of patients, scientists, surgeons and nutritionists supporting the claims of the therapy’s efficacy in curing cancer and other degenerative diseases.

It includes interviews with survivors of degenerative diseases such as a Japanese medical school professor who cured himself of liver cancer over 15 years ago, a lymphoma patient who was diagnosed as terminal over 50 years ago as well as noted critics of this world-renowned healing method who dismiss it out of hand as pure quackery.

The film leaves the audience to question the reason behind suppressing this natural cure.