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Russia accuses Ukrainian of using ‘Black Magic’ to consecrate their weapons

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Russia has accused Ukrainian troops of training ‘black magic’ at a army headquarters in Ukraine in order to extend the harm felt by Russian troops.

In response to Russian information company RIA Novosti, a ‘satanic seal’ – an emblem believed to carry connections to a larger supernatural energy – was  discovered on the wall of a abandoned Ukrainian army base on the outskirts of the village of Trekhizbenka within the contested Luhansk area.

 

Russia accuses Ukrainian of using

 The state media then claimed that the satanic seal, in addition to different markings made with blood, confirmed there have been indicators Ukrainian troopers had been ‘training black magic’.

The information company claims  ‘disciples of otherworldly forces tried to consecrate their weapons and made marks with blood’ in order to offer their armoury additional vitality to deal additional harm when it hits a goal.

On the television channel on Wednesday, Could 4, Russian culturologist and thinker Ekaterina Dais claimed the image which was spray painted with black ink – was a ‘magical seal of the darkish forces’ that mixes the concepts of anarchy, weapons and fascist symbols.

 

Russia accuses Ukrainian of using

She claimed the creators of the image ‘carried out rituals’ to strengthen their weapons or requested supernatural powers for weapons to be despatched to them. 

 

Russia accuses Ukrainian of using

‘This can be a magical image consisting of many intersecting strains,’ Dais mentioned in reference to the black image. 

 

Russia accuses Ukrainian of using

‘What it means is troublesome to say for positive, in it you may see each the inverted signal of anarchy, and a part of the ‘SS’ signal, the rune zig, it’s clearly seen within the left sector of the circle, and the Hebrew letter ‘zain’ written in German, which means a sword or weapon.’

 

Dais claimed that the seal had been drawn with out the creator lifting a hand, which apparently ‘betrays its supernatural nature’.

She mentioned the ‘Zain’ written beneath the image means ‘sword’ in Biblical Hebrew.

 ‘Maybe the spell’s authors carried out rituals to strengthen weapons or ‘requested’ for extra weapons to be despatched to them,’ mentioned Dais.

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