Putin’s ‘Special Military Operation’ – update

On 2 April 2023, a bomb in a statuette  killed Vladlien Tatarsky, a Kremlin propaganist, in the St Petersburg Cafe. The bomb was delivered (only) by anti-war activist Daria Trepova, 26. It was considered by many that it was internal political fighting at work as a warning to Putin; the blast was just a mile from where Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife lives in the historic heart of the Russian president’s hometown.


The date 7 April, 2023 was 90 x 286.1 days, a significant displacement cycle from the birth of Putin who has always trusted very few people among the ruling elite. Since 7 April he has become almost totally isolated with the war against the Ukraine going from bad to a great deal worse.


Marc Bennetts report for The Times on 25 May under the headline “Wagner chief warns Russia of revolution” said “The head of the Wagner mercenary group has warned that the Kremlin’s catastrophic war in Ukraine could set off a violent revolution in Russia.” In The Telegraph, also on 25 May, Con Coughlin under the headline “Putin’s Russia is now practically defenceless” said that “Moscow is unable to control its lengthy borders. Partisan groups and China are both ready to pounce.”


It is important to understand that while a projected time cycle is self-evident as to its meaning, it can often be fulfilled by events that take a while to become apparent. This, clearly, is now what is happening to the position of President Putin. If he fails to win the war he is finished. The danger now is that he will resort to extreme measures. Over the years there has been a pattern of military events involving Russia during August, in particular related to the development of nuclear weapons (see below).


Shortly after the 2 June 1953 Coronation of Elizabeth II, in August 1953, the USSR tested its first H bomb on 12 August, announced by Moscow on 20 August which was described in our Press as “History’s tuning point-  the greatest yet!” We are now 70 years from 1953, the number of determination for ‘Jerusalem.’ A further 144 days, significant of government, from Putin’s date of 7 April, will bring us to 29 August, 2023, the anniversary of the USSR test of its first A bomb on 29 August 1949 -- a period of 74 years, or 40 x 666 solar days, meaning trial with extreme secularism. Russia has just announced that it has begun moving tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus. Washington has issued a serious warning at this development.


We know that Russian ‘spy ships’ are mapping our energy and communication cables, supported by China, which now dominates Russia. Russia may have already put sleeper explosives on critical infrastructure in Britain's North Sea, the former head of the Royal Navy, Admiral Lord West, has warned. Offshore wind farms and undersea cables are at risk of attack as fears grow that Putin could wipe out the UK's power supply and cut off its telecommunications infrastructure.


Meanwhile, the United States serious debt ceiling crisis reaches its deadline on 1 June, when Janet Yellen, United States Secretary of the Treasury, says that America will run out of money! Keep alert.




25 May, 2023


Associated events USSR/RUSSIA (& UK) in August:


USSR – First A-bomb test Aug 29, 1949.

UK – Full entry of British & Australian ground forces into the Korean War, Aug 20, 1950.

USSR – First H-bomb test Aug 12, 1953; announced Aug 20, 1953.

USSR & 5 Warsaw Pact countries invade Czechoslovakia, Aug 20-21, 1968.

USSR – Failed Soviet coup d'état in Moscow, Aug 19-20, 1991.

RUSSIA – Nuclear submarine Kursk disaster in Barents Sea, Aug 12, 2000. – all 118 crew die following explosions on board. Putin came off badly.

RUSSIA – flies UK and US missiles captured in Ukraine to Iran under cover of darkness, Aug 20, 2022.

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