We do not think it is accidental that the servants of the devil, the Bolsheviks, chose to murder the Russian Tsar Nicholas II, his wife and children, and their servants on the 4th of July. As Michael Hoffman has said, the devil tries to imitate God in everything. This includes creating a false Antichristian empire to usurp the place of the true Orthodox Christian empire in the world. The beginning of the latest iteration of that false Christian empire began on July 4th, 1776, with the diabolical Declaration of Independence (the inspiration for much confusion, chaos, and bloodshed the world over). By the murder of the last Roman emperor, Tsar Nicholas II, on July 4th, 1918, the devil brought about the fall of the true Christian Empire that had stood since the conversion of the emperor St Constantine the Great in 312 A.D., thus allowing the false Christian Empire of America to grow greatly in power and influence, and to step forward and present itself as the defender of morality, justice, religion, etc. on the world stage - truly a ravenous wolf in sheep’s clothing. July 4th, 1918, was a Satanic invitation to the States for a further ‘declaration of independence’ from obedience to God. Unfortunately for them and for the world, the false Christian Empire accepted. Thus the black radiance that emanates on that day.
Truly, July the 4th is a dark day in world history twice over, but what man and Satan intended for evil, God will use, and is using, for good. The Holy Royal Martyrs and the whole choir of the New Martyrs of Russia who suffered under the Communists (who, let it not be forgotten, were supported by America and other Western powers in their early years), a choir which numbers in the tens of millions, now intercede before God night and day for Russia, for the Orthodox Church, and for the whole world. Against this invincible host the false Christian Empire of America will not be able to stand for long.
May God have mercy on the world through their holy prayers.
Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!
Anathema to the Union!