Rasputin facts

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  1. Delin Colon says:

    Actually, there is a lot of documentation with regard to his healing skills. Read “Rasputin and The Jews: A Reversal of History.” As stated on Amazon, “This book is a well-documented account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their vicious rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia’s last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the common man. A wealth of evidence shows that Rasputin was discredited by a fanatically anti-Semitic Russian society, for advocating equal rights for the severely oppressed Jewish population, as well as for promoting peace in a pro-war era. Testimony by his friends and enemies, from all social strata, provides a picture of a spiritual man who hated bigotry, inequity and violence. The author is the great-great niece of Aron Simanovitch, Rasputin’s Jewish secretary.”
    Everyone always refers to Rasputin as ‘evil’ for trying to influence the selection of cabinet ministers, yet the ministers he chose were men who declared themselves to be anti-war and said they would promote the liberation of the Jews. Of course, in an anti-Semitic society, this type of influence would be seen as evil. This book also devotes a chapter to his healing abilities, with many accounts by credible witnesses, including doctors who hated the fact that he had this ability.
    Here is the irony: The Romanovs sanctioned the torture and slaughter of entire villages of Jews, in regular raids called ‘pogroms’, and history deifies them while Rasputin never harmed a single soul but tried to help the powerless and ill, even forgiving those who attempted to kill him (before the one that succeeded), and he is vilified.