The painting of the female tsar kills the mystery of 33 people

Catherine II (1729 – 1796), the Russian Empire female tsar. Born on April 21, 1729 in the Kingdom of Prussia, Szczecin, Oder, is the daughter of the Duke of North Germany, formerly known as Sofia August. In August 1745, he married Tsar Peter III and changed his name to Ekaterina Alekseyevna. On June 28, 1762, with the support of the Guards, the court coup was launched, and Peter III was allowed to stand on his own. In 1763, the central government was reorganized, and the Tsarist autocratic power was highly concentrated. Vigorously developing armaments and expansion made Russia step into the ranks of the world’s powers. He died in Pushkin City on November 6, 1796.

Catherine II gave a painting to David Orlov, which resulted in 26 deaths from cancer in her family; the oil painting was donated to the Soviet government museum, resulting in 7 management The member died. So why is this painting killing so many people? What is the legend behind this?

Uncle’s death

In 1967, Zyzkov was born in Leningrad (present-day St. Petersburg). At the age of 3, his father was arrested on charges of unwarranted charges and disappeared during his sentence in Siberia. The young widowed mother left him and married a Hungarian man. Young he was raised by his uncle, and he had a very deep affection for his uncle. The uncle is a veteran who has not been jealous for life. He is the only deaf child to be seen as his own, and the uncles and the two are dependent on each other.

Before the collapse of the Soviet Union, Zyzkov was a laboratory technologist at a state-owned chemical plant. When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, his chemical plant closed down and he was unemployed. In 1993, after being introduced by the uncle of the administrator at the St. Petersburg Museum, Zyzkov entered the museum as a cleaner.

In 1999, his uncle suddenly felt unwell. On the occasion of his death, he told his nephew: “Child, I believe that I was killed by the painting. The six oil painting administrators before me died of unexplained illness.”

The grief of Zizekov compiled the uncle’s last words into a report, hoping that the museum would immediately remove the murderous oil painting and let it no longer harm people.

The curator of the museum thinks that this painting called “Jesus in Spring” is “the treasure of the town hall”. It has important historical value and artistic achievements and is well received by the audience. Since 1953, it has been exhibited in museums and is displayed in the center of the exhibition hall. Therefore, he rejected the suggestion of a humble cleaner.

Tracing the culprit

Zyzkov decided to solve this mystery himself. He saw the archive of the painting in the museum’s data room. It turned out that this painting belonged to an aristocratic family of the Romanov dynasty, created in the spring of 1764. In 1947, the master of the painting dedicated it to the National Museum for free, starting in 1953 and exhibiting at the St. Petersburg Museum. Because the owner of the painting Orlov family is prominent in the Romanov dynasty, and the rise and fall of this family has a glory and a loss of relationship with the dynasty, this painting is the female tsar Yekaterin. Na II gave Orlov, so it has extraordinary historical significance.

In terms of the artistic achievements of the paintings, this is an extraordinary treasure. Although some critics believe that the overall style of the painting is not consistent, and it is suspected that it is multi-person cooperation, it does not affect its rising reputation.

Zetkov also found a letter in the file. In the letter, Zyzkov found the contact address of the painting donor, a small town called Shevchenko. The writer is a donor to the painting, named Sverde Miy Orlov. The letter answered the question of the museum curator about whether the painting had had any “spiritual phenomena”. Sverd’s reply is simple: “This painting has been circulating in the family for more than 200 years and is a family heirloom.”

Zyzkov managed to find Sverd in his 80s, and Sverd told him about the history of the family. In 1762, the Sverde ancestor David Orlov brothers were senior officers of the Peter III Royal Guard.

After Peter III took office, a series of stunned actions put him on the road. He ordered the situation in the “Seven-Year War” to be a good one. The Russian troops who were victorious in the war stopped fighting, withdrew from the occupied Prussian land, and signed a peace treaty with King Prussian II of Prussia, only because he was an admirer of Frederick II. It is also prepared to “personally lead a part of the army to follow the command of Frederick II.” At home, he wants Russians to convert to Lutheranism, and declares that the Orthodox Church is a pagan and confiscated the property of the Orthodox Church. As a result, nature is a human mind. With the help of the David Orlov brothers and others, Ekaterina launched a coup, successfully seized the throne, imprisoned Peter III, and on July 17, 1762, Peter III mysteriously died (one said to be poisoned) It is also said that it was strangled, and Catherine II claimed to be indigestion and died.

As the David Orlov brothers made great contributions during the coup, Catherine II gave the brothers of the David brothers Hou Lu and gave them the oil painting “Jesus in the Spring”. Since then, this family has become a prominent aristocracy, continuing to the “October Revolution.”

However, from the 1860s to the early 20th century, 26 members of the Orlov family died of cancer, which led to the family not prospering. In the “October Revolution” of 1917, the last three Orlov family members who lived in Kuibyshev City were executed by the Soviet regime, while Sverde, who was still in the middle of the country, was carried by his mother and fled to Harbin, China. In 1947, 30-year-old Sverd returned to the Soviet Union. He returned to his own castle and studied the documents of the family library. He found that all 26 ancestors who died of cancer had lived in the same bedroom, and the painting on the wall of the “Jesus in Spring” was hung on the bedroom wall.

He resolutely donated the painting to the government. Sverd is not thinking about harming people. He thinks that this painting may be attached to the ghost and donate it to the government. The ghost may not be harmful.

Painter revenge

Nietzkov traced the castle of the Orlov family on the outskirts of Kuibyshev to see his family library. There, he got what he wanted. According to the document, the painting was co-authored by three painters, one of whom was called Kebi. According to the evidence, Kebi was born in the noble family of the Hantanga. Lord Dirkke was originally a personal guard of Peter III. He was killed in the battle against Catherine in the battle against Czar. Reminiscent of what happened to the Royal Guards officer David Orlov, who helped Catherine II to launch a coup, what Nietzkov had suddenly realized.

After all his hardships, he found an ancient castle in the mountains of the Caucasus, where Kabie belonged. Here, Zyzkov learned that a valley not far from here was called “Death Valley” by the locals. There are soaring plants, but there are no animals. When people go, they will get sick when they return.

In spite of the dissuasion of others, Zizekov went to the “Death Valley” alone. It was early spring, but the vegetation here was already lush. He climbed to the top of the mountain and looked down and found a pit similar to a crater in the valley. He approached the pit and suddenly felt uncomfortable in his body, as if he was going to vomit and his head was dizzy. He looked at the watch and found that the compass on the watch was spinning wildly. He realized that there was a huge radiation field here, which was very dangerous to the human body and he quickly fled.

That night, in a small hotel in the country, Nietzkov was insomnia. He conceived an ancient family’s revenge plot: Lord Decker was killed in the coup d’état initiated by Ekaterina, his painter’s son Kebi Lizhi reported that he did not share the vengeance of the father, in the Yekajie When Linna painted, he mixed the earth and stone material from the “Death Valley” in the paint. Thus, in the painting, a radiant energy field that can cause death is produced. And Catherine gave this picture to David Orlov, causing the tragedy of the family for more than 300 years…

The truth

Ritzkov bought a small bucket, ventured into the “Death Valley”, took a bucket of earth and stone samples, and went to Moscow to find a nuclear physicist, Professor Pavel. Professors have found through experiments that these earth and stone materials have a strong energy field. The power of this energy field far exceeds the energy generated by a long-distance military radar, which is destructive to the human body.

Professor Pavel made a report to the Russian National Cultural Relics Authority and proposed to study the “treasure of the town hall” of the St. Petersburg Museum – “Jesus in Spring”. After approval, the research team stationed in the museum in December 2002.

The work of the research team is progressing very quickly. Professor Pavel first asked the oil painting appraisal expert to identify the painting. The experts believed that the painting was divided into three parts: left, middle and right, which belonged to the creative style of three people. The middle part, especially the paint on the face of Jesus, is extraordinarily thick, which is not necessary in terms of artistic expression.

After receiving the consent of the museum, Professor Pavel scraped a little bit of pigment powder from the face of Jesus. After the experimental study, the composition of the pigment was almost the same as that brought by Riskov.

The research team found that within 5 meters of the painting, there was indeed a huge energy field, where the North Arrow was deviated from the direction, and the mouse seemed to be restless and refused to eat. The most puzzling thing is that putting a glass of water in front of the portrait, after 10 minutes, the glass of water is charged and can attract shredded paper. Pour this glass of water and a cup of ordinary water into two bowls filled with wheat seeds. The bowl of wheat soaked by the former grows better. This test was repeated several times and the results were the same.

The research team believes that oil painting can indeed produce a powerful energy radiation that can cause the human brain to vibrate at high frequencies, which is not affordable for everyone. Tests have shown that people exposed to oil before the picture are prone to high blood pressure, general malaise and headache. If you suffer from radiation for a long time, people will die of the brain or die of cancer.

An old revenge story was first seen. The final test team agreed that this “Jesus in Spring” is the murderer of the seven administrators who killed the museum, plus the 26 Orlov family that was killed before. Member, this painting killed at least 33 people. On August 30, 2003, the painting “Jesus in Spring” was withdrawn from the exhibition hall of the St. Petersburg Museum.

At this point, through the in-depth study of Nietzkov and others, the scientific method was finally used to uncover the mystery of “oil painting killing.”