Nataly Belihodze

Nataly Belihodze

Country: Russia

Biography of Natalia Belikhodze

Natalia Belikhodze, also known as Anastasia Romanova, gained public attention in April of this year when news broke of her miraculous resurrection. She claims to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia, who was executed in the basement of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg on the night of July 16-17, 1918. Initially, the public was skeptical of this elderly princess, but with constant media coverage, it has become impossible to ignore this sensation. However, it is still difficult to believe and accept the resurrected saint. In the year 2000, the Interregional Public Charitable Christian Fund of the Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanova was established. Its main goal is to return the royal gold to Russia, with Anastasia being the one who will accomplish this mission. However, as a centenarian princess, she cannot do it alone, so patriotic activists created the fund to assist her. The newspaper "Russia" has published articles by fund members and the head of the fund from April to June of the current year, as well as the ideological platform of this great mission disguised as a historical essay. According to an unknown author, during the reign of Catherine the Great, a monk named Abel appeared in Russia who accurately predicted historical events occurring in Russia and the world. According to Abel's prediction, a child born in 1901 in the royal family, named Anastasia, which translates from Greek as "Resurrection," will save the country from destruction after difficult trials. The rulers of Russia must deposit a portion of the country's wealth in foreign banks. These treasures will revive Russia and make it a prosperous country. From a young age, Anastasia allegedly memorized account numbers in foreign banks. In July 1918, she miraculously survived alone, or according to another version, with her entire family. Diligent members of the fund found documentary evidence in the archives that on the eve of the execution, an officer of the Tsar's special services and a member of the Stolypin's staff - at that time an employee of the Cheka - secretly took Anastasia out of the Ipatiev House and fled Yekaterinburg with her. They traveled to the south of Russia, were in Rostov-on-Don, in Crimea, and settled in Abkhazia in 1919. Chekist Belikhodze, Anastasia's husband, who was repressed in 1937, was essentially her guardian angel, rather than a husband in the traditional sense. However, the commission members led by Boris Nemtsov ignored these documents, as well as the statements of the princess. Yet, if we believe the proclamations of the Anastasia Romanova Fund, her resurrection would be beneficial for Russia. The main trump cards of the fund activists are 30 billion or two trillion dollars (depending on whether foreign banks will return all the Romanov money or only Anastasia's share). Citizen Belikhodze-Romanova is ready to contribute the entire sum to the state treasury. She has no children, no relatives who would recognize her, and she is living on borrowed time. (And if we believe "Komsomolskaya Pravda" from July 6 of this year, she has already died and has been stored in the morgue's refrigerator for two months.) The fund claims that it is enough for Putin to acknowledge the "historical truth" and we will miraculously become rich thanks to this holy martyr. The fund's statements rely on a well-known fact: the remains of Anastasia and Alexei were not found in the Ganina Yama, and according to another version, the Romanovs were not executed at all. The agitators for the new princess claim that the Filatov family, doubles and relatives of the royal family, were the ones who perished. Therefore, some coincidences in the DNA between the Yekaterinburg remains and distant Romanov relatives abroad have been discovered. Moreover, the fake corpse of Anastasia, recognized by Boris Nemtsov's government commission and buried in the Peter and Paul Fortress in 1998, was 171 centimeters long, while the princess was only 158 centimeters tall during her lifetime. In addition, Natalia Belikhodze has undergone 22 examinations since being found in 1995 by brothers Anatoly and Alexander Gryaniki, who rescued her and hid her in a safe secret place that they do not tell anyone about. (Perhaps "Komsomolka" is mistaken, and it is not the morgue after all?)

Nataly Belihodze

Natalia Belikhodze, who is a hundred years old, was compared to the teenage Anastasia in photographs and newsreels based on her gait, ear shape, and handwriting, comparing the number of verbs, adjectives, and exclamation marks used. The resemblance was astonishing, which raised suspicions. Why would a member of the royal family and a lonely old woman who lived a life filled with fear and without love use an equal number of exclamation marks? Moreover, if we recall similar examinations comparing Anna Anderson (the Hollywood version of Anastasia) with the prototype, Dr. Otto Reche, founder of the Society of German Pathologists, conducted a portrait analysis and concluded that "such a coincidence is only possible if it is the face of the same person or identical twins." And Dr. Minna Becker, who conducted a handwriting analysis, was ready to swear that Anna Anderson's handwriting was Anastasia's handwriting. Some of the Romanovs even recognized her as their own. However, the court did not consider the evidence sufficient, and now, when the same thing is happening with the 101-year-old claimant, it is natural to feel some perplexity. What does ear shape have to do with it?

Nataly Belihodze

Another external aspect to consider is Natalia Belikhodze's video footage shown on Ren-TV. The question is, how did her spoken language, dialect, and manner of speech change while her written language remained constant? Professor Sirotkin responded to this by saying, "How would you speak if you lived for 85 years in southern Russia, and in Abkhazia and Georgia, no less?!" I believe any of us would start speaking Georgian after 85 years in Georgia, but not in the Southern Russian dialect. The members of the Anastasia Romanova Fund had been preparing for the great mission long before the appearance of the heir to the royal money. Latvian lawyer Anatoly Gryanik wrote a book called "Nicholas II's Will" (Riga, 1993, Part 1), in which he claims that Nicholas II died in 1957 in Abkhazia under the name Sergei Davidovich Berezkin.

Nataly Belihodze

Vladlen Sirotkin, a doctor of historical sciences, professor of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or professor at the Sorbonne (his affiliation varies in different publications), is known as the author of the book "Russia's Foreign Gold" (OLMA-press, 1999) and "Gold and Real Estate of Russia Abroad" (Moscow, 2000). According to Professor Sirotkin, the Nicholas II family planned to leave the country even before abdication, immediately after the murder of Rasputin in late December 1916. In January 1917, two months before abdication, the Tsar and Tsarina sent 150 large boxes of their personal belongings to England via Murmansk on a British warship. Sirotkin personally discovered these boxes still unpacked in the basement of one of the Scottish castles belonging to the English royal family last year. (Who authorized Sirotkin to enter this basement?)

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Furthermore, Sirotkin writes that in February 1917 (before abdication), the Tsar sent five and a half tons of personal gold through Japan to the United States and then to England to be deposited in the private family account at the "Bering Brothers" bank. (Why did they consider this route safer?) The documents regarding the gold reaching the bank were received, but the gold itself was not. In March 1917, the Japanese, citing Nicholas's abdication and the diplomatic non-recognition of the Kerensky regime, confiscated the gold, taking it "temporarily." Professor Sirotkin claims that it is still being held in the "Mitsubishi" bank. And the remaining trillions are waiting for their owner in European banks. 885 impostors claimed the royal gold, but not all of them impersonated Anastasia or Alexei, just as not all of Anastasia's claimants demanded the gold.

To obtain this enormous fortune, the claimant must have the support of the homeland. For example, how can one obtain five and a half tons of gold from Japan? Vladlen Sirotkin believes that this issue should be linked to the issue of the Kuril Islands - let each party receive what they are asking for. A fresh solution! But what role is Anastasia assigned in this trade operation? When the circumstances of the Romanov family's demise were revealed, the people were filled with superstitious horror at what had been done. The victims were declared martyrs, canonized by the emigrant church, and solemnly reburied in St. Petersburg. And now, even more convincing evidence has emerged than the ones on which the final chapter of the ruling dynasty was written in the popular consciousness.

Professor Tatsuo Nagai from the Department of Forensic Medicine and Science at Kitazato University concluded that the remains discovered near Yekaterinburg do not belong to Nicholas Romanov and his family. In 1891, Nicholas, still the Tsarevich, traveled to Japan, where an assassination attempt was made on him: the heir received two sword blows to the head. The Japanese still have the Tsar's bloodstained handkerchief and the assailant's sword. These items are in a museum in Otsu. Japanese scientists obtained a sample of Nicholas's sweat through an official request, along with a piece of the lining of Nicholas II's jacket measuring 1 by 2 cm from the Tsarskoye Selo museum.

Professor Nagai compared the blood and sweat of the Tsar with the DNA analysis of the bones found in Yekaterinburg and discovered "the absence of heteroplasmy at the base position 16169 in mitochondrial DNA." In other words, if Professor Pavel Ivanov and Dr. Peter Gill from the Pathological Anatomy Service of the UK Home Office established that the remains found in the Ganina Yama belonged to the Romanovs, Tatsuo Nagai insisted that the remains did not include the Tsar's body.

However, the Anastasia Romanova Fund makes even more far-reaching conclusions. The fund's activists claim that the genetic analysis was fabricated. It was literally falsified by Yeltsin's order, who also demolished the Ipatiev House to hide the truth from the people.

The truth will be revealed in the book "I Am Anastasia Romanova." It is reasonable to assume that these memoirs were not written without the help of the literary-gifted members of the fund, Vladlen Sirotkin, Anatoly Gryanik, and Lolly Zamoytsky, a writer-researcher who has written about Masons and his observations of UFOs.

In the chapters that have already been published in the newspaper "Russia" and posted on the Internet, the stories of Anastasia's childhood are repeated in the context of historically described events. But beyond that, readers can expect a captivating story of her rescue, life in exile, and secret meetings between Anastasia and Alexei in the 1930s in Sukhumi. These are not the first versions of the memoirs. In 1963, a book by Eugenia Smith called "Anastasia: The Autobiography of the Russian Grand Duchess" was published in Chicago. And now, the son of Anastasia Romanova will also write memoirs. I stumbled upon this on the Internet: "Tsarevich Anatoly Romanov was born to Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova in a lawful marriage with citizen Vladimir Alexandrovich Ionov on February 29, 1936, in the Aksayskaya stanitsa of the Rostov region on the Don." And there is a portrait of a person resembling Nicholas II.

You can draw your own conclusions about this new resurrection, but I can offer some advice: the youngest daughter of the emperor was very young when she ceased to exist in reality and entered the realm of persistent fantasies of nervous girls and greedy monarchists. The little Anastasia, nicknamed Shvibzik for her small stature and cheerful nature, became a holy martyr for suffering an evil death, and the church says that a person who worships unreliable relics is considered to be worshipping the saint they revere. Priests even collected a book of miracles from Saint Nicholas and his family. Granted, it mostly contains dreams and blissful visions. I also had a dream about Anastasia myself as I was persistently thinking about her while reading the materials. This image has an incredibly strong charisma!