Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit of Mount Athos accelerates his overthrow, astrologer Vlad Ross says.
The astrologer has commented on the popular version of Mount Athos prophecy. According to it, Putin's presidency will end in November 2017.
'This confirms my prediction. 3-4 years ago, I said that 2017 is the most challenging and important year for Putin, as he has to keep the throne. A palace revolution and his physical elimination are quite possible too,' he said.
'The fact that he visited Mount Athos, confirms that 2017 will be the most crucial, the most difficult and dangerous for him,' Ross added.
He also said that the current Russia’s president actually represented 'evil forces.' 'Everything that relates to the KGB, the FSB and the secret services are diabolical services. Pay attention to Putin's pic on Athos – there are two horns on his forehead. This is a devil who is occupying Russia’s president place now.'
According to astrologer, 'the fact that he has visited the shrine, the God’s territory is to accelerate his overthrow.'
Answering the question of whether Putin is able to prevent this tendency, Ross said: 'Unleash a new war, because black, evil forces are fueled by enmity and hatred.'
'2017 is the year of choice for the whole Russia: it will either stay with Putin and the complicated way of development, or the entire situation will change dramatically, as this happens every 32 years,' the astrologer said.
Social networks have been exploded with a popular 'prophecy' according to which, Russia’s President isn’t to live out for long – just up to November 2017. Russian financier and blogger Slava Rabinovich published an illustration that depicted the fugitive ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, who had visited Mount Athos a year and a half before the overthrow, and Vladimir Putin, who had visited Mount Athos in May this year.
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