Loneliness makes us approach people and love them. Sadness causes us to seek happiness in someone’s words and gestures. Pain compels us to find refuge in the soul of a good man … because we are also souls or injured hearts … we are the sum of the memories and love stories we have lived. And beyond them are the people with whom we were alone … sad or happy. Our happiness depends on the ability to choose them. We choose right … we are happy. We choose wrong … we suffer. The most important thing is to know how to choose between each other.
Here’s what it says in Revelation:
And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven bowls, and spake unto me, saying,
Come, I will show you the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters,
with whom the kings of the earth were lustful and who dwell on the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication.
And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having in hand a golden cup full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication .
And the secret name written on her forehead: Babylon the Great, mother of harlots and abominations of the earth.
And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints and the blood of the martyrs of Jesus, and saw her, I wondered with great wonder.
The beast that you saw was and is not and will to rise from the deep and go to perdition. And they will wonder who dwell on the earth whose names are not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, seeing the beast that was and is not, but it will show.
And he said, The waters which you saw and above which the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues.
St. Barlaam, Metropolitan of Moldova 1632-1653: In the last days men will change their habit and dignity of the Divine will cover the female attire, and women will walk like men.
Father Hilarion Argatu: The weather then is fornication highway in broad daylight without any shame;Patriarch Kirill: He warned Western governments on legalizing gay marriage that was characterized as a sign of the approaching end of the world;
St. Paul: The last days men will be lovers of pleasures;
St. Nilus of Athos: When the time comes near coming of the Antichrist, the human mind will darken all the bodily sufferings of fornication;
West popes and the decline of the Catholic Church, obvious signs of the last days
We quote Guard member explained that the Palace of the Popes is a place of “hunting” for gay individuals in the Catholic Church; There Vatican terrible secrets that are jealously guarded. However, the theme of the powerful homosexual lobby are in senior cardinals in the Vatican is difficult to avoid and Francis Pope himself acknowledged the difficulty of reform in the Roman Curia and referred to the existence of a “current of corruption” and the existence of a “gay lobby”. Year past, shortly before the meeting of the College of Cardinals gathered in the Sistine Chapel to elect the new pope, the 266-century Italian daily La Repubblica revealed that a “gay lobby” – a cabal more or less united gay – operating inside the Vatican.
A pious homage to the victims of Bolshevism …
April 1, 1941: The massacre from Fântâna-Albă(White Fountain): approx. 2500 Romanian citizens, who wanted to cross peaceful the border into Romania, were killed by soldiers of the Red Army.
A romanian Katyn…
On April 1, 1941 a large group of people from several villages in the valley of Siret (Pătrăuţii de Sus, Pătrăuţii de Jos, Cupca, Corceşti, Suceveni) ,bearing a white flag and religious symbols (icons, lobe and crosses) , formed a column of over 3,000 peaceful people and went to the new Soviet- Romanian border. At about 3 km from the Romanian borde, Soviet border guards have ordered to stop. After the column ignored the order, the Soviets shot with machineguns directly in the moving group. Survivors were followed by cavalry and slashed with the swords…
After the massacre the wounded were tied to the tails of horses and dragged to 5 mass graves, dug in advance , where they were buried , some of them still alive: the elderly, women, children- alive, dead or wounded. Two days and two nights the earth moved in those graves gave until they were all dead…
Some ” lucky ” were arrested by the NKVD in Hliboca ( Adâncata ) and after horrendous torture, were taken to the hebrew cemetery in that town and cast alive into a mass grave, over which was poured and faded lime .
I dedicate this post to my good friend Theodor-Peter Tencalec belonging of thish people.
The English language exonyms Ruthenian, Ruthene or Rusyn (Russian: Русины, Rusyny; Ukrainian: Русини/Руські, Rusyny/Rus’ki; Belarusian: Русіны, Rusyn: Русины, Rusyny) have been applied to various East Slavic peoples.
Ruthenian is a historical term for ethnic minority in Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary and the Czech lands.
In its narrower senses, Ruthenian is an exonym for ethnic Rusyns and/or inhabitants of a cross-border region around the northern Carpathian Mountains, including western Ukraine (especially Zakarpattia Oblast; part of historic Carpathian Ruthenia), eastern Slovakia and southern Poland. This area coincides, to a large degree, with a region sometimes known in English as Galicia (Ukrainian: Галичина, Halychyna; Polish: Galicja and; Slovak: Halič). The name Ruthenian is also used by the Pannonian Rusyn minority in Serbia and Croatia, as well as Rusyn émigrés outside Europe (especially members of the Ruthenian Catholic Church). In contrast, the Rusyns of Romania are more likely to identify as “Ukrainian”.
During the early modern era, the term was used primarily in reference to members of East Slavic minorities in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, namely Ukrainians and Rusyns.
With the emergence of Ukrainian nationalism, during the mid-19th Century, there was a decline in use of the term Ruthenian as an endonym by Ukrainians, and it fell out of use in eastern and central Ukraine. Most people in the western region of Ukraine later followed suit later in the 19th century.
In the Interbellum period of the 20th century, the term Ruthenian was also applied to people from the Kresy Wschodnie in the Second Polish Republic.
Medieval Kingdom of Kievan Rus’
The ethnonyms Ruthene and Ruthenian share their etymological origins in the Rus’ people, as does “Russian”. However, it has never included more than a small minority of Russians.
Ruthenian and Ruthene were originally Latinised exonyms, based on the endonymic term Rusyn an ethnonym applied to peoples speaking the eastern Slavic languages in the broad cultural and ethnic region of Rus’ (Русь), especially the medieval kingdom of Kievan Rus’ and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.With borders that varied greatly over time, they inhabited the area that is now Belarus, Ukraine, and parts of eastern Slovakia, southern Poland, and western Russia, especially the area around Bryansk, Smolensk, Velizh and Vyazma.
Later “Ruthenians” or “Ruthenes” were used as a generic term for Greek Catholic, who inhabited Galicia and adjoining territories until the early twentieth-century; this group spoke Western dialects of the Ukrainian language and called themselves Русины, Rusyns (Carpatho-Russians).
The language these “Ruthenians” or “Ruthenes” spoke was also called the “Ruthenian language”; the name Ukrajins’ka mova (“Ukrainian language”) became accepted by much of the Ukrainian literary class only in the early twentieth-century in Austro-Hungarian Galicia. After the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918 the term “Ukrainian” was usually applied to all Ukrainian-speaking inhabitants of Galicia
Ruthenians in Austro-Hungary (light green)
Ruthenians of Carpathians, Galicia, and Podole
Ruthenians of Chelm, today in Poland
After World War II, many Belarusians from the Eastern Borderlands (Kresy) region of pre–World War II Poland found themselves in displaced persons camps in the Western occupation zones of the post-war Germany. At that time, the notion of a Belarusian nation met with little recognition in the West. Therefore, to avoid confusion with the term “Russian” and hence “repatriation” to the Soviet Union, the terms White Ruthenian, Whiteruthenian, and Krivian were used. The last of these terms derives from the name of an old Eastern Slavic tribe called the Krivichs, who used to inhabit the territory of Belarus.
German map of 1930, now instead of Ruthenian the territory is split to Ukrainian and Belarusian
Ruthenians who still identify under the Rusyn ethnonym consider themselves to be a national and linguistic group separate from Ukrainians and Belarusians.