Or what impression could you get ? Here is an excerpt from a recent post (in english translation) from a blog written by the Russian Orthodox theologian  Andrey Kurayev:


Three Russian attempts to convene a General – Ecumenical – Council to Russia

Already in 1397 there was an idea of ​​convening a General Church Council to Rus. It was actually a Lithuanian idea.

The Metropolitan of Kiev and all of Russia, Kirian (who had lived in Moscow), turned to the Patriarch of Constantinople, Antonio, along with the Lithuanian prince Jagello from Smolensk. Then the purpose of the Church Council was to unite with the Catholics.

The Patriarch was not against it, but said that times were rebellious and warlike, and that no one would come (especially not from Egypt). “Yes, and even in peaceful times, Russia (“Rosias” in Greek) is an inappropriate place for a General Church Council”.

The second attempt to convene a General Church meeting took place in 1448.

And now before our eyes, Moscow is conducting a third approach to the theme – in the form of a call to gather an All-orthodox Church Council to address the actions of the Constantinople Patriarchy in Ukraine…




Is “Star Wars” – a luciferian vision?

Isa. 14:12 -14:  How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.

“Star Wars – Rogue One” in swedish theaters , already for a few weeks


 “The Galaxy” in the Star Wars Saga presents something of this position ‘.. above the stars of God ‘-
 It’s as if you can look down on the Milky Way, our Galaxy, which does not offer more than one (known)  inhabited, populated and cultivated planet – and just laugh!

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A month ago was published an article (with a certain sting that perhaps is not so easy to perceive for a sluggish Scandinavian mind as mine) on the russian-speaking side of a ukrainian publication, where the ongoing pursuit of political power, wealth and fame in the ukrainian capital Kiev is described, and a number of people who apparently intends to “..follow in the footsteps of Chernovetsky“, are mentioned in a bantering tone. But, is it stated, “ this completely absurd ‘star-gallery’ is missing only the pastor of ‘God’s Embassy‘, Sunday Adelaja … ”


It depicts NOT Adelaja, but a Nigerian believer in Nigeria. What it concerns Adelaja, he is not allowed to leave Ukraine, since January 2009.


Adelaja did not materialize this time! What can be the reason? When I started to write my “russian-oriented” blog in the swedish language a few years ago, I thought it came in handy, if nothing else as a mere curiosity, to try to follow one in Ukraine already infamous, utterly medial and speculative Nigerian mega pastor – Sunday Adelaja . For various reasons, which might not be so difficult to understand, I have since two years barely had a single post about “the case against Adelaja” except from the 36 posts  I wrote on the theme between 2009 and 2013. Actually I do not think he is really the right person to call peoples attention to, when I, occasionally, have continued to blog about other events, also in Ukraine, precisely during the time when the conflict between Russia and Ukraine escalated.

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Skovoroda, Hryhorii (Gregory)  1722 12 03  – 1794 09 11











..studied quite a long time in Kiev, between 1734 – 53 – first music and finally theology..  After his dismissal from the college he abandoned any hope of securing a regular position and spent the rest of his life wandering about eastern Ukraine, particularly Slobodska Ukraine. Material support from friends enabled him to devote himself to reflection and writing. Most of his works were dedicated to his friends and circulated among them in manuscript copies..

There was a Cross, and there stood the mother of Jesus, and “the disciple whom Jesus loved”, John. That disciple writes as an eyewitness to the sufferings of Christ on the Cross of Golgotha:”And he that saw it bare record, and his record is true: and he knoweth that he saith true, that ye might believe.” – John 19:35

The Lord called His disciples to carry the cross in His footsteps. Thus the Cross – the Cross of Christ – did get amazing measures throughout history, all the time since the apostle Paul wrote these remarkable words to the Colossians:” (I Paul) ..who now rejoice in my sufferings for you, and fill up that which is behind of the afflictions of Christ in my flesh for his body’s sake, which is the church:” – Col. 1:24


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What does that mean? Is something “behind” in the afflictions of Christ? No, I don’t think so. Or is it the partaking of the apostle in His afflictions that is spoken about? Rather so. For this was the question which the Lord gave his apostles:”..can ye drink of the cup that I drink of? and be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with?” Mark 10:38

This was about their calling:”Ye shall indeed drink of the cup that I drink of; and with the baptism that I am baptized withal shall ye be baptized
Mark 10:39

When , now in these days, a conclave was held in the Vatican, because a pope for the first time in several hundred years have resigned, I am reminded about the role of Protestantism in history. Protestantism appeared obviously in this period of time, since last when a pope resigned from the “Holy See” voluntarily. And when it was officially mentioned about pope Grigory XII:s resigning then – in the month of July 1415 – there was only a few hours left of the life of John Hus.

The Cross of Protestantism:

– The stake of John Hus, 6 of July 1415.
– Excommunication of Luther, enforced by two papal bulls, 1520 and 1521.
– Bartolomei-night 23 – 24 August 1572

are not these examples a beginning of the “cross of protestantism”?

The Protestants soon raised their voices to require a universal church-council, where the doctrine of Luther and the protestant theologians could be examined in as unprejudiced a way as possible.When a universal, catholic council finally came to be (Trent 1545 – 1563), the protestants were not represented at all, save as condemned, as heretics, which is clear enough recorded in the ecclesiastical documents that were made public.

Since then the catholics have always had a preference when it comes to GREAT councils, cross adorned ceremonies and various formalities. And this carry them away even unto this day. Just a simple tweet from a pious catholic speaks clearly about it: ”Behold the princes of the Church gathered from all ends of the earth to elect a new Servant of the servants of God.”

Since the 16 th century though, all Christians – protestants as well as catholics and orthodox – have got strong common adversaries who grew forth in subsequence with the secular ideas of the enlightenment, the french revolution with its atheism, and the neohedonism of romanticism – and the terrible political and social experiments that followed, when man, ideologically more convinced than ever that he was no sinner, thoroughly in action seems to have proved the opposite.

And what measures brought it to the Cross of Protestantism?
Not so “great” measures always..


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