🏷  Semitic Slavic pun spook name · name   —   by Gerry · Sep 2020 · 606 words

The story how the evil monk Rasputin single-handedly destroyed the Russian imperial family looks like a hoax. And indeed, his name puns with Russian разведённый rasvedjonnyj “hoax”, and with rus rjasa podonok “frocked scoundrel”. In Semitic, Rasputin puns with רשע פטינא ršˁ-pṭynˀ rasha paṭina “evil sage”, with רז פתן rz-ptn raz patan “obscene mystic”, and even with רוסיא פתנא rwsyˀ-ptnˀ rusia pitna “Russian revolution”.

Miles has written an excellent article about the Russian revolution, where he proves that it was yet another a fake event. It was managed by the banksters & aristocrats it was officially supposed to overthrow, with Rasputin as a staged actor.

One might still wonder: Why on earth did the spooks insert the weird storyline of an evil monk, of all things, into their script for a fake Russian revolution? You guessed the answer: It’s for the tradition of punnery! Not only is Rasputin’s official story a total joke, his name is as well. Like deities, fairytale critters and Biblical characters, the personas in historic hoaxes seem to be created around puns with a central name. And the name Rasputin puns with “Russian revolution”, but also with “evil monk”, in several ways:

Note: Some of these puns may also work for the name Putin.

Russian rasvod, rasvedjonnyj = cheat, swindle, hoax

развод rasvod : scam, cheating; hoaxing; making a practical joke — Russian (Wikt)

разведённый razvedjónnyj : past passive perfective participle of развести́ (razvestí) [= cheat, swindle] — Russian (Wikt)

развести́ razvestí : to divorce; to cheat, to swindle — Russian (Wikt)

разводи́ть razvodítʹ : to divorce; to cheat, to swindle — Russian (Wikt)

Russian rjasa = cassock, monk clothes; podonok = scoundrel, bastard

ря́са rjása : the upper (not liturgical) attire of clergy and monks — Russian (Wiki)

ря́са rjása : cassock — Russian (Wikt)

подо́нок podónok : rogue, bastard, rat, scum, scoundrel — Russian (Wikt)

Hebrew, Aramaic ršˀ = permitted; ršˁ = evil; rwsyˀ = Russian; rz = mystic

רשא ršˀ resha : to have power, be permitted, dare; to empower, permit — Hebrew (Jastrow)

רשע ršˁ rasha : wicked man, wrongful claimant — Hebrew (Jastrow)

רוסיה rwsyh rusia : Russia — Hebrew (Wikt)

רז rz raz : mystery, secret — Aramaic (CAL)

Aramaic pṭnˀ = intelligence, conspiracy; ptnˀ = obscene; pṭynˀ = sage; ptnˀ = revolution

פטנא pṭnˀ pṭena : intelligence, prudence — Aramaic (CAL)

ܦܛܢܐ pṭnˀ piṭna : guile, craft; a plot, a conspiracy, a cabal, a put-up job, a slander, a calumny ; — Syriac (AAF)

ܦܛܝܢܐ pṭynˀ paṭina : wise, clever, sane, intelligent, knowlegeable, sage — Syriac (AAF)

ܦܬܢܐ ptnˀ patana : indecorous, unbecoming, improper, indecent, unseemly, shameless, obscene — Syriac (AAF)

ܦܬܢܐ ptnˀ pitna : discord, clash, dissension, sedition; a tumult, a riot, a clamor, a racket, an uproar; a coup d’etat, a putsch — Syriac (AAF)

פתנא ptnˀ : tumult, revolt — Aramaic (CAL)

פתן ptn : to rebel — Aramaic (CAL)

🏷  Semitic Slavic pun spook name · name