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Ukrainian media: Putin decided to go to war after a ritual with shamans

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Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to go to war with Ukraine, having performed at least two rituals with shamans. The UNIAN website writes about this, quoting the well-known Russian historian, political analyst and publicist Valery Soloviev on the air of the Feigin LIVE program, reports the Israeli information and analytical website detaly.co.il

According to Valery Solovy, there were two rituals – one at Putin’s residence Bocharov Ruchey in Sochi, the second – in the Altai Territory, where the Russian president visited in the fall of 2021.

“Those who inspired Putin to feats of arms, who led him to the fact that he actually canceled the original plan of the Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov, they paid dearly for this,” the historian said. – The original plan of Gerasimov provided that the Russian troops would not cross the borders of Ukraine for three weeks. It was about bombing, bombing, hitting with rockets, using artillery, using the air force … Only after the military-civilian infrastructure is blown up, launch an offensive.

According to Nightingale, these shamans were brought to Putin by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who “hurried to become a marshal of victory.” Nightingale added that the Russian dictator believed them, because his experience with shamans dates back to the zero years.

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