Is Ukraine using BLACK MAGIC against Russia? State media claims 'Satanic seal' was found
Russian state-run media agency RIA Novosti claimed that Ukraine's military troops in the eastern Donbas area used black magic to stop the Russian military
Ukraine is allegedly using 'black magic' to stop President Vladimir Putin's invasion, according to Russian media. According to Russian state-run media agency RIA Novosti, Ukraine's military troops in the eastern Donbas area reportedly used black magic, citing cult researcher Ekaterina Dyce. According to the report, signs of black magic were discovered at the Ukrainian military headquarters on the outskirts of the Luhansk region's Trekhizbenka village. Images of a 'satanic seal' supposedly discovered on the walls of a military unit's headquarters were released by the outlet.
The sign, according to Dyce, is a magical symbol made up of many intersecting lines. He said, "What it means is difficult to say for sure, in it you can see both the inverted sign of anarchy and part of the sign 'CC', rune zig, it is clearly visible in the far left sector of the circle, and the Hebrew letter 'zayin' written in German, meaning sword or weapon." According to the expert, the sign is a black magic seal that blends anarchy, weapons, and fascist imagery. Dyce also said the symbol was drawn in one continuous hand movement, and that it points to its occult nature.
Meanwhile, Daily Mail reported that traces of black magic rituals were discovered in an abandoned Ukrainian military headquarters in the Donbas, according to Sputnik, a Kremlin-backed news source. The outlet stated that a ‘magic seal of dark forces’ was discovered on the wall, but did not further elaborate on that. According to RIA Novosti, a paper providing details on casualties in Donbas was discovered in the structure itself, coated in blood stripes. The report stated, "There were blood stripes on the document, despite the fact that there were no such traces anywhere else." This using black magic claim came after the Russian advance continues to stall amid stiff Ukrainian resistance.
Russia looks to be suffering from supply shortages, waning army morale, and military casualties more than two months after Putin authorized what he terms a 'special military operation' in neighboring Ukraine. Meanwhile, according to The Times, the British defense ministry stated in an intelligence assessment on Monday, May 2 that more than a quarter of Russia's battalion tactical units aiding in the Ukraine war had likely been ‘rendered combat ineffective.’ The statement said, "Some of Russia's most elite units, including the VDV Airborne Forces, have suffered the highest levels of attrition. It will probably take years for Russia to reconstitute these forces."