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    In a message dated 1/31/2007 9:27:11 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, dimitradd@rcn.com writes: Here is another prophecy:
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      In a message dated 1/31/2007 9:27:11 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
      dimitradd@... writes:

      Here is another prophecy:


      Is this God-fearing, God-bearing Tsar part of antichrist's minions?

      --Dimitra Dwelley

      Dear in-Christ Dimitra,

      Certainly and hopefully you don't believe this nonsense? I had to laugh out
      loud when I read about prophesies concerning Moscovia and the tsar-autocrat.
      As someone who had studied Slavonic epigrams and texts for much of his
      life, I have never heard of such a thing, and I will pay to build a church for
      anyone who can provide real, documented evidence that these two words were used
      in a legitimate document centuries before the first hut was built on the
      Moscow. The anti-Christ rumblings I expected, I'm just wondering how long it
      will be before the nut-fringe comes up with the Jews and Freemasons. But don't
      forget the Germans. . .

      Incidentally: Rome has seven hills.
      Koenigsberg has seven hills
      Cologne has seven hills.

      How do we know that the prophesy had anything to do with Constantinople?

      Likewise, presenting Russians as "flaxen-haired" is almost as salient as
      Germans. In both countries, blondes are a minority, as they were in the 15th

      And where on"Constantine's Tomb" does it say anything about Russians?

      Cheers, and awaiting the next rantings of the nut fringe (NOT YOU HERE).

      Vova H.

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