Exorcist-2. Successor to Yakut shaman "Father Frost" Victor heading to Moscow to "expel Putin"
Tyumen journalist Viktor Yegorov in a suit of Father Frost is hitchhiking to Moscow. He continues the work of the Yakut shaman Aleksandr Gabyshev, who was going to the Russian capital to “expel Putin.”
TV Rain reported about the journalist’s trip.
Victor plans to get to Moscow by December 31, 2019. On the way, he meets with activists, holds one-person pickets, and also speaks about the most vivid impressions on his YouTube blog.
Now 3.29 thousand people are subscribed to his channel. Subscribers support his trip financially.
“In early November, we congratulate the residents of Yakutsk near the city hall. We will be wearing Father Frost’s costumes. Then I hitchhike to Chita. Further – Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk and so on in the cities of Russia. In each city in the central square we are holding a picket for the return of Russian freedom. We will finish everything in Moscow on December 31. But these are plans, and what will actually happen, it is difficult to say,” Yegorov shared with the Tyumen portal “72.ru” at the end of October 2019.
According to Yegorov, he already felt the attention of the authorities – in Yekaterinburg, where he now resides, he had to meet with representatives of the FSB.
As is known, in March, Aleksandr Gabyshev headed to Moscow to conduct a “ritual of expelling Putin.” He announced that Vladimir Putin is not the president of the Russian Federation, but a real demon who has seized power in the Kremlin. To rid Russia and the entire planet of this creature, Gabyshev intended to conduct a special ritual in Moscow to expel Putin. At the end of the ritual, the current president of the Russian Federation was supposed to fall into hell, where, according to the shaman, he had the right place. In order for the ritual to go as it should, Gabyshev decided to get to Moscow on foot, recharging of people’s energy along the route.
The shaman was kidnapped on September 19 on the border of Buryatia and the Irkutsk region of the Russian Federation. Later it turned out that he was taken away by employees of the Russian special services. Gabyshev was taken to Yakutsk, and then to the psychoneurological clinic of the republic. Soon, in the Irkutsk region of Russia, police also detained six members of the Yakut shaman detachment, who continued their campaign in Moscow.