Russian President's future?
At the end of June, I did a meditation and threw some cards about this and got that there will be a struggle between the oligarchs and P. and that he comes out of it either weakened or out of power by the date his term ends. He tries to grab more power and it ends up working against him.
Thank you, I find it difficult to explain cause it's more of a culmination of intuitive pointers for me, combined with some superficial knowledge of numerology. I am by no means an expert lol.
With Putin I mainly looked at end of cycles in general, and release from a cycle.
His numbers - to me - are 5&7.
In general overview:
USSR/CCCP 1922--2021 is 99 years (9). I take 9 as end of cycle.
Russian Revolution in 1917--2021 is 104 (5). I take 5 as exit.
End USSR 1991. In early 2021 is 29 years after. 9/11 or 9/2 denotes change.
68 years after death of Stalin in 2021.Putin will be be 68 by then. 68 is 5 in year 2021, so also 5.
Putin started his career with the KGB in 1975. So 46 years later in 2021. 45 to 46 denotes end of cycle (9) and beginning of new one (1). So from end 2020 to 2021 beginning.
Putin has been in office as president for:
9 months August 1999--May 2000; 8 years from May 2000--May 2008; 2012--2021 8 years and 9 after May 7th. I will take this as 16 years (7) in total till May 7 2021.
Putin's ex-wife will be 63 (9) in 2021.
In 2021 his daughters will be 34 turning 35, and 35 turning 36. So I take that as 7&9.
2021 will be 23 (5) years after his mom died and 22 (4) after his dad died. Together (4+5) is 9.
In 2021 will be 7 years after the annexation of the Crimea, and 14 years after the restoration of the schism between the Russian churches.
Does this all make sense, lol?!!!!
By the way I hate math, and I am horrible with numbers. It could also be 2023...but all in all I think there is a high probability something significant will change for him in a year and a half around 2021.
Very cool and quite detailed numerological analysis combined with intuition. I’ve never seen anything like that before. :-). Thank-you for laying it out.
Do you think Putin will be globally impacted by radioactive fallout from the recent skyfall nuclear missile accident? Locals are saying "Chernobyl is happening again" and are advising residents not to do any fishing and not to eat any fish. There's also a rumor floating around that three dead bodies were shipped out of the area wrapped in materials that prevent radio-active contamination.
This is an excerpt from a Vice article:
"Official data show a spike in radioactivity near the blast site that was too low to cause real danger to humans. But the lack of transparency is fueling anxiety. Russian media have reported local officials doing things that don’t inspire confidence.
Regional authorities reportedly placed a bulk-order for gas masks. A temporary evacuation was ordered, then rescinded. Russian intelligence officers reportedly forced doctors treating the injured to sign non-disclosure agreements.
The bungled response is drawing comparisons to the notorious cover-up of the far-more-deadly Chernobyl nuclear disaster of the 1980s, although so far no one is suggesting that the threat to public health is anywhere near that bad."
I have no idea if this incident will negatively affect him or not. My impression is that this is just one more thing to pile on top of all the other things that will eventually topple him. I think a combination of renewed protests in Russia and his inability to keep delivering to his oligarch friends will do him in.
There is a large chunk of the Russian population that supports Putin - but that chunk is shrinking, especially among young people. The oligarchs who keep Putin in power also have children, and those children are slowly getting sick of what he is doing to Russia. It will be someone in the second group who topples him. I don't know why I keep saying this, I just feel it very strongly.
@Bluebelle had a dream of an empty cabinet. We all thought it was about Trump. Soon after, news stories emerged that Putin announced he was changing things around, with the first change being that he effectively fired his cabinet.
While Bluebelle's dream was about Putin, it has implications about Trump and his own hopes and plans for the U.S. Both men want to be president for life. Putin will succeed unless someone takes him out by force. Americans should read Russian journalist Masche Gessen's biography of Putin, the Man without a Face, and how he turned Russia into a Mafia state. It is not just about Russia.
As for what Putin is now up to with this latest move, Gessen just published the explanation I was waiting for: The Willful Ambiguity of Putin's Latest Power Grab. Worth reading to see where Putin is going with Russia.
Putin's move is the desperate act of a confused little boy. It won't succeed in the long run (like a toddler grabbing a doorframe while Dad carries him up to bed).
Yes, the Russian mafia state may look all powerful on the surface, but the current dispensation is crumbling. More importantly, though, the Russian people have had enough. When I read the soul of the Russian collective, I see lots of forced smiles and false bravado. Those performances are hiding utter exhaustion at the state of their country. Their infrastructure is falling apart, their lives are governed by byzantine bureaucracies that only seem to work when you offer "a few extra rubles," and their leaders keep on invoking the same tired tropes when asked how they plan to address these problems ("We are a mighty nation! We will vanquish our foes in defense of the Motherland!") No wonder Russia's youth are protesting more and more.
The exponential shifts in climate change, economic stagnation, and cultural perceptions that are already bearing down on the world will bite the Kremlin hard, and don't be surprised if we see a collapse of the Russian Republic. At the June read the future night, I saw that Russia would be much more decentralized by the 2030s, and that ethnic and religious minorities would be joyously celebrating their newfound freedom.