What did the black dragon on the right arm of Nicholas II mean. Why did the king put this tattoo and why was he proud of it?

Until now, many people are very surprised by the fact that Nicholas II, it turns out, had a tattoo. And not just any tiny, but quite large, almost half of his arm. And we must say, the Emperor was very proud of her.

What did it mean, why did Nicholas II nailed a black dragon on his hand and how did his subjects treat the tattoo? About all this - further below.

Tattoo of Nicholas the Second.

Before his coronation to the throne of the Russian tsars, Nicholas traveled for 9 months. His journey took him through:

  • Austria-Hungary;
  • Greece;
  • Egypt;
  • India;
  • China;
  • Japan.

From there he returned to his homeland through Siberia.

At that time he was only 22 years old. He traveled on sovereign affairs. More precisely, he was to participate in the ceremony of laying the Trans-Siberian railroad. Along the way, the future tsar received proper honors.

The reasons that prompted the heir to the tattoo.

An almost fatal situation happened to him in Japan - he was attacked by a police officer. The latter struck the heir several blows with a sword. Fortunately, the wounds he received were not life-threatening. Subsequently, the incident was regarded as an attempt on the heir to the throne.

The future Tsar Nicholas 2 after this incident, decided to tattoo a dragon. Japanese master nailed it on his right hand.

Interesting! Ordinary residents of the Land of the Rising Sun avoided the tattoo of the Dragon. It was thought to be more appropriate for the lower classes of society, like robbers, criminals, and beggars. But that didn't stop Nicholas. It was spurred on by the fact that in the seventeenth century, tattoos were firmly in fashion. Especially among the aristocrats. Therefore, the antics of Nicholas II and his tattoo in the form of the Dragon did not cause much rejection.


Where did the snake tattoo on the arm of Nicholas II come from?

Attentive bloggers have seen on the right arm of the Emperor of the Russian Empire, Nicholas II, a tattoo. It depicts a snake-dragon. Naturally, the reason for the tattoo and its meaning are of great interest to fans of Russian and world history. There are various explanations. But all of them are far from the truth. And the correct interpretation is simply shocking.

I will tell in detail. There is the most ancient Russian myth. Basing on archeological finds, culturologists date it in territory of Russia 50 - 30th millennia BC.

This myth tells us that there were cousins in the expanses of prehistoric Russia - the bogatyr Svarog and the serpent Koshchey (see "The Garden of Eden"). Svarog is the king of England, that is, Upper Russia - Moscow, Hyperborea, Koshchey is the emperor of Lower Russia - Novgorod, Atlantis.

Namely these brothers - warrior Svarog and snake Koshchey - ploughed a defensive furrow along the Russian land which exists up to now and is called Zmyevi Vali. The time of its construction is unknown. Researches are forbidden. The length of the whole "furrow" is huge - England, Germany, Poland, Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Central Asia, China (Great Wall of China) - and up to Korea. Details about this unique engineering construction are described in my book "Russian China: Export of Civilization" (2014).

The story of a pair of brothers - the bogatyr Svarog and the serpent Koshoe - was transferred to later fairy tales, as well as to religious texts and, most interestingly, to official history. In the Christian religion, Svarog turned into the fallen angel Lucifer, and the immortal serpent Koshchei turned into the immortal serpent Ezus Christ. In history, the same couple turned into a pair of "most real" cousins, George V and Nicholas II.

In my book Metaphysics of Power. (2016) I showed that the name Nicholas is the antonym of the name Lucifer. The name Nicholas literally means WINNER OF THE PEOPLE (from the Greek νικαο "to win" and λαός "people"). The name Lucifer literally means "THE PEOPLE" (Leutefora from German "Leute" "people" and Swah. fora "victory"). In paganism, Lucifer was the protector of the people, but in Christianity he supposedly fell, and in his place the serpent Nicholas became the enslaver of the people. Thus serfdom arose.

Fig. Poster from the near-revolutionary period: Nicholas II, head down as a black dragon-serpent.

The picture shows a poster from the revolutionary period. It depicts the black serpent Nicholas II (the serpent Koshchey) being struck in the head by the red Revolution (the bogatyr Svarog). This revolutionary myth reproduces the biblical tale of the Apocalypse, which states that the terrible wound on the head of the beast will heal, and during the End of the World he will appear in the world as the second coming.

In reality, the second coming of the serpent Nicholas II was planned in the form of the invasion of Russia by the "Kirillovich" Romanovs, led by "Tsarina" Maria Vladimirovna (see "Nicholas II and the daughter of SS Obergruppenführer Masha Hohenzollern"). It was a continuation of the Great Patriotic War (see "Maria Hohenzollern - Heiress of the Third Reich - 1"; "... - 2").

In myths Nicholas is always a negative character, he is a murderer of the people. Lucifer is always positive, he is the victorious people. In Russian mythology this pair always goes side by side - Minin (Mikolai) and Pozharsky (Lucifer), Pashko and Zazhoga, Pushkin and Dantes, Ulyanov and Stalin, etc. Even within Moscow there is a confrontation of streets: Nikolskaya to the north of the center, Lyusinovskaya to the south.

Thus, the pair Nicholas and Lucifer also entered the modern mythology of New Year's celebrations. In Catholic countries on the night of December 5 to 6 St. Nicholas appears in the form of Santa Claus. In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, St. Nicholas (Mikuláš), dressed as a bishop, walks with Lucifer (an angel). In the Alpine region (Austria, southern Bavaria, Hungary, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, the northern regions of Italy, and Croatia), St. Nicholas' companion is Krampus (the devil).

The transition from Summer to Winter, from LIGHT to BLACK in the mythology of the holiday is shown as a transition from Lucifer (December 5, Krampuslauf - "Day of Krampus") to Saint Nicholas (December 6, Nikolotag - "Day of Nicholas"). Later, already in religion, the concepts of Lucifer and Nicholas were gathered into one holiday name: Saint (i.e. Lucifer) Nicholas.

Since summer does come after winter, the holidays reflected this phenomenon. If in December the winter-Nicolas defeats the summer-Lucifer, then in the spring it is the opposite: the summer-Lucifer defeats the winter-Nicolas.

The Church, turning calendar holidays into a religion, called Nicholas the miracle worker - for the innumerable number of "miraculous resurrections from the dead" he performed, that is, for the annual calendar resurrections...

While the winter holiday of Nicholas is celebrated on December 6, the spring holiday is celebrated on May 9 (22). On this day, the Red Knight Lucifer brings Light to Earth and defeats the Black Serpent Nicholas. This is the origin of Victory Day on May 9 and the Victory Parade, that is, the Nicky (Nicholas) parade. In former times, it took place on Red Glade near Sochi - in the town of Romanovsk, located near the Christian Ark. That is why the 2014 Olympic Games were held there. After the Great Patriotic War, the Victory Parade was moved to Moscow - to Red Square.

Fig. Soviet poster of the Great Patriotic War of 1941 - 1945: a red Soviet soldier defeats a black snake, coiled as a Nazi symbol; viper - lit. "serpent."

"History" of the monarchical house of the Romanovs is written according to the canvass of calendar holidays (see "The Romanovs and Romanticism"). The pseudo-historical pair - a red George V and a black Nicholas II - is built on the above myth. It denotes the same as George beats the Serpent, that is, George V beats the serpent Nicholas II.

By the way, the modern theater in which this biblical tragedy is played out every day is the Donbass (see "Ukraine: Biblical Theater and Mythology of Ukrainian War"). The scriptwriters, directors and directors of this war are the Romanovs, Rothschilds and Rockefellers (see "By whom is the war waged? Layout of world powers").

A tattoo in the form of a serpent on the hand of the serpent Nicholas II just shows that he is the serpent Koshchey. But it should be understood that in the above myth, the pair Svarog-Koshchey shows the cycle of power. The old king becomes Koshchei, and in his place comes the new king Svarog. Neither of them dies. One transforms into the other, the other into the first.

It is for this reason that no execution of the royal family actually took place (see "The Royal Family: Real Life After the Imaginary Execution"). All these are fairy tales. And in them, the German Nicholas II escaped to England and there became King George V (see "Cloning in the 19th Century! Sheep "Nicholas II" and "George V").

Until 1906, the surname "Romanovs" was not even mentioned in the Basic State Laws, and at the end of March 1917, Provisional Government Minister P. N. Milyukov sent Nicholas II and his family to England for the care of George V, who immediately (July 17, 1917) established the House of Windsor in England. The newly established House of Romanoff was left abandoned in Russia... (see "The Mysterious Year of 1917 and the Mystery of the Name and Abrogation of Emperor Nicholas II").

In 2006 it became known that the MI 1 unit of the British Military Intelligence Agency was involved in rescuing Nicholas II (see "British spies in plot to save tsar The Sunday Times 15 October 2006").

The military ranks and ranks of Nicholas II reveal an extremely strange picture. In the Russian Empire, at 7 years of age he began as an ensign of the Guard (1875), became a sub-lieutenant of the Guard (1880), at 16 he joined the active service (1884), became a staff-captain of the Guard (1887), a wing-captain (1889), a captain of the Guard (1891), at 24 he became a colonel (1892), and over the next 26 years he did not receive any other rank!

Even as Emperor (since 1896) in Russia, Nicholas II was not awarded any regular military ranks! But in 1908 he, Nicholas II, made a splendid military career in England: he received the rank of Admiral of the Navy (1908) and in 1915 - Field Marshal of the British Army (the highest military rank of the Holy Roman Empire).

The situation of Britain's King George V is a mirror image. In 1901 he became a German admiral. George V then became King of England and immediately received several ranks: British Field Marshal (1910) and British Admiral of the Navy (1910), Honorary Danish Admiral (1910) and, most surprisingly Russian admiral (1910).

Thus, the clones Nicholas II and George V had the same rank in Britain - both were British Field Marshals and Fleet Admirals. But in the Russian army, George V was much older than Nicholas II in rank: he was an admiral, while the Russian emperor was only a colonel.

The case of the Order of St. George is simply astounding. First, Nicholas II received the Order of Saint George, 4th class (1915). Then on March 14, 1918 George V received the Russian Order of St George, but already the next, higher - 3rd degree, which, according to the statute, he had the right to receive only after possessing the same Order of the 4th degree.

George V did not have the Order of St. George, 4th Degree. Moreover, the Order of Saint George is the highest military decoration of the Russian Empire, which during the period in question was awarded only by Nicholas II, in Soviet Russia this order was abolished a year before the described events (in 1917).

On March 14, 1918 George V, aka Nicholas II, received the order of Saint George for his British troops landing in Murmansk and Kola on March 6, 1918. They covered the VII Congress of the RCP(b), which opened in Petrograd, that is, provided military cover for the red coup in Russia. Not for nothing did British Princess Anne visit the battlefields of her ancestor George V in Arkhangelsk in August 2021 (see "New Intervention? No one met Princess Anne of Great Britain in Arkhangelsk").

Fig. photo with George Nicholas.

There is a photograph in Queen Victoria's archives of 1872: "The Tsesarevna of Russia and her son, the Grand Duke George" ([sic] c. 1870. Georg Emiil Hansen (1833-91)). That is, "The Tsesarevna of Russia with her son, Grand Duke George. Here is the link: https://www.royalcollection.org.uk/collection/2908...-son-the-grand-duke-george-sic

And the description to the same photo says: "Postcard showing a double portrait of Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna, Princess of Russia (1847 - 1928) with one of her sons, possibly Grand Duke Nicholas Alexandrovich of Russia (1868 - 1918), on the back.

Fig. Queen Mary and King George V.

The caption to another photograph states that it shows "King George V (1865 - 1936) and Queen Mary (1867 - 1953), Duke and Duchess of York at Devonshire House Ball. Lafayette Studio Photographic Portrait. Photograph. London, England, 1897" (King George V (1835-1936) and Queen Mary (1867-1953) when Duke and Duchess of York in the Devonshire House Ball, photo Lafayette Portrait Studios. Photograph. London, England, 1897).

Note that the photograph is dated 1897 and the characters are named "King" and "Queen." But George V did not become king until 1910, which means he was not the king in 1897. Yes, and the queen in 1897 was not Mary, but Victoria. But when looking "from Russia" all is the same: Nicholas II became emperor in 1894, and his coronation took place in 1896. That is, Nicholas II was the rightful king in 1897...

... So the history of Russia, as, however, the history of the rest of the world, is completely sucked by historians from the finger - the one that shows them the right direction of the story. The official history has nothing to do with reality. All around is political falsification, twisted as it benefits the reigning despot.

The images of Emperor Nicholas II and King George V are unpretentiously taken from myths and fairy tales. To them is attributed a nonexistent enmity - the same one that has existed for centuries between the Serpent and the Bogatyr. And so that those initiated into this falsehood do not forget it, a tattoo was placed on the arm of Nicholas II - with the image of the Serpent.

Stuffing the Dragon

The flagship of the Russian squadron was stationed in the port of Nagasaki. Soon after the assassination attempt, Nicholas ordered that tattoo masters be summoned aboard the ship. He was accompanied by a Greek prince who also wanted a tattoo. So two tattoo artists were brought on board at once.

The Dragon tattoo was placed on the forearm of the right arm of Nicholas 2. The procedure was very painful and lasted about 7 hours. As a result, the tsesarevich got a black Dragon. True, he was not quite black. The tattoo of Nicholas II was colorful. The horns of the mythical creature were yellow, the paws were green, and the abdomen was red.

Nicholas 2 himself liked the tattoo very much. He tried to always put it on display. If the sleeves were long, he rolled them up.

Why the Dragon

In Slavic culture the attitude to the Dragon was not very kind. Rather negative factors were associated with him. Then it's all the more surprising why Nicholas chose such an image. The future Tsar Nicholas II and the tattoo of the Dragon somehow did not fit. Confused environment future monarch even tried to attribute him belonging to a secret order. The truth was simple. The young heir followed the example of his cousin, King George V. They strongly resembled each other and were bound together by close friendship.

The future King George of Great Britain, served in the navy. Among sailors, tattooing is more of a rule than a temptation. Nor did the cousin of the cesarevitch escape it. A cousin of Nicholas II got the Dragon tattoo also in Japan, but much earlier, in 1881.

This fact was not advertised. That is, ascending the throne, the monarch was in no hurry to show his body drawing. True, he had no secrets from his Russian cousin.

Monarchs, both back in the day and now, tattoo culture in their environment is reluctant. But Nicholas the Second had a tattoo of the Dragon. The future tsar could only be excused by his youth. In addition, he was very close to Asian culture in general and Japanese culture in particular.

The true meaning of the tattoo

Both contemporaries of Nicholas II and present-day historians are sure of one thing: the desire to get a tattoo is nothing more than a consequence of the emperor's imitation of his cousin, Prince George. It should be noted that the latter also tattooed a dragon on his arm 10 years earlier, only in yellow.

There is an explanation of why Nicholas II wanted to have an image of a dragon on his body. The fact is that the last emperor was born under the patronage of this sign (according to the Eastern calendar).

On the other hand, the sign of the dragon in general is very lucky. In Japan, it symbolizes strength and power, infinite wisdom, as well as divine power, because the Japanese identify dragons with saviors and protectors.

Who knows, maybe Nicholas II was guided by this, choosing a body drawing. Only some of the king's contemporaries did not share his enthusiasm. There were those who considered it a traitorous mantle, they said, with the culture of the Russian Empire, this symbol has nothing to do.

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