This story is already known to some of you who frequent this website's forum, but in case you missed it, the daughter of Russian geopolitical philosopher Alexander Dugin died in an explosion, according to this article from RT:

Car blast kills daughter of Russian philosopher Dugin

I have to admit that when I saw a picture of Darya Dugin, Mr. Dugin's daughter, I was deeply saddened that such a pretty young woman would die in such a fashion. My heart goes out to Mr. Dugin and his family.

But there are some things I have to notice. In case you do not know who Mr. Dugin is, the best way to describe him is that he is contemporary Russia's philosopher of cultural geopolitics, and as such, is Russia's answer to Britain's turn-of-the-last-century geopolitician, Sir Halford Mackinder. If you're a paying member of this website, I've actually reviewed some of Mr. Dugin's provocative books in a webinar in the members' area called Russia's Current Strategic Analysis, Part Two: A Survey of the Socio-Cultural and Geopolitical Thought of Alexander Dugin.

With this brief introduction in mind, to the details of the article:

A powerful explosion ripped apart an SUV near Moscow on Saturday night, instantly killing its driver, identified as Darya Dugina, the daughter of Russian political commentator Aleksandr Dugin.

The incident took place on a highway 20km west of Moscow at around 9:35pm local time, with witnesses saying the blast occurred in the middle of the road, scattering debris all around. The car, which was engulfed in flames, then crashed into a fence, according to photos and videos from the scene.

The emergency services said one person was inside the car and was instantly killed by the blast – a female whose body was reportedly burned beyond recognition.

The authorities have yet to officially confirm the identity of the victim, but multiple Russian Telegram channels and media sources reported that the victim was Darya Dugina (Platonova), 30. Her father, Aleksandr Dugin, was spotted at the scene soon after the incident, visibly shocked, according to several videos circulating on social media.

Preliminary reports suggested that a home-made explosive device might have been involved, but investigators have yet to confirm the cause of the blast or any potential motive.

Earlier on Saturday evening, Dugin was giving a lecture on ‘Tradition and History’ at a family festival in Moscow Region. His daughter was in attendance. Unconfirmed reports say Dugin initially planned to leave the festival with her but later decided to take a separate car, while Darya took his Toyota Land Cruiser Prado.



Western media has painted Dugin as a driving force behind President Vladimir Putin’s foreign policy over the past decade. In recent months, CBS dubbed him “the far-right theorist behind Putin’s plan,” while the Washington Post called him a “far-right mystical writer who helped shape Putin’s view of Russia.”

In Russia, the supposed shadowy puppet master is largely considered to be a marginal figure. While he has served as an adviser to several politicians, Dugin never enjoyed official endorsement from the Kremlin. In 2014, he was fired from his position at Moscow State University, after critics interpreted his call to “kill, kill, kill” those behind massacres in Ukraine, such as the Odessa tragedy, as a call for a genocide against Ukrainian people.

The US think tank RAND Corporation wrote in 2017 that despite Western media reports of Dugin’s alleged “ties and connections” to the Russian leadership, he is “perhaps best thought of as an extremist provocateur with some limited and peripheral impact than as an influential analyst with a direct impact on policy.”  (Boldface emphasis added)

And there you have it. By any assessment, Mr. Dugin is a controversial figure, and my best guess is that his influence within Russia is more than RT lets on, and less that the western media has made him out to be.  Or to put it differently, he is the most vocal and well-known formulizer of Russia's current geopolitical and cultural policy.  In that respect, he is a hugely important figure.

Which brings us to the car-bombing of his daughter.

The article suggests that the bomb was (1) an improvised device, implying that it might not have been a "professional hit," and (2) that the bomb appears to have been meant originally for Dugin himself, rather than his daughter. Given the fact that both he and his daughter were in attendance at a "family festival" where Dugin presented a talk on "Tradition and History," we may assume that (3) the bomb was planted after the Dugins' arrival there, and before their departure.

This now raises the question of who would want to kill Mr. Dugin. The improvised device makes it seem as if he and his daughter were merely the victims of an individual with a "score to settle," perhaps an angry Ukrainian, perhaps even a person with a more personal grudge.  In short, perhaps we're merely looking at an ordinary crime involving an extraordinary person.

Or... perhaps we are looking at a much larger picture: a hit against a man who is the public face of a philosophy and policy more or less that of post-Soviet Russia. In which case one must ask the inevitable Who? and Why? The why would seem self-evident: it's a message, and one sent at a relatively low-level, but with clear intention to warn against pursuing the "current course."  It's the kind of message that would be sent by someone intent on sending it, but without the resources to send it to a more secure, high-ranking, and protected target.  It's a message sent by someone whose intelligence and covert operations assets, in other words, are not adequate for bigger targets at present.

Which leaves the Who? Here again, if this is not simply an ordinary crime, then the who, given Mr. Dugin's philosophical positions, would also seem clear: the West, and Mr. Globaloney.

In short, if this is not an ordinary crime, then it's a message which either missed its intended target due to Ms. Dugin's and Mr. Dugin's last minute change of plans, or the bomb was detonated remotely, and Ms. Dugin paid with her life to send a message to, and through, her father. Either way, if that scenario be the case, then we are perhaps also looking at the latest in the covert operations game.

That, as I've been repeatedly warning over the years, is a game that can be played by two or more players. If this was the latest move in that game, then sooner or later we should expect that the Russians will take the gloves off, and respond in kind... if so, watch for coincidental accidental deaths, suicides, accidents, and so on...

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. XAydMary on August 27, 2022 at 9:28 pm

    Would the car bomb have gone off if Mr Dugin was not been lured away at the last minute from joining his daughter for the ride home? I hope Mr Dugin knows who his friends are.

  2. anakephalaiosis on August 24, 2022 at 1:42 pm

  3. JB on August 23, 2022 at 8:26 pm

    Many years ago, I had the opportunity of enjoy listening one of Dr’s interview called “Miseducation by design” with forum B.

    If anyone truly appreciates the great works of our mutual ancestors such as

    Mr. Honorable Sir William Shakespeare
    Mr. Honorable Johann Sebastian Bach
    Mr. Honorable Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    And so on and so forth…

    Beyond nationalities, beyond boundaries, beyond classes … even after all these years, we all are busy buying toilet papers…

    Truly binds all of us as one people.

    Thank you Toilet Papers.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 24, 2022 at 1:41 am

      Disregarding the platitudes, in his Hollywood association, John Williams stands out on the American continent.

      Honor is defined by social contract, and it doesn’t exist in natural state. It can’t be sold as commodity.

      When Scythian Odin/Adon/Adonai went traveling, he left reins to his brothers, Vili and Vé, who represent free will and lawful gathering.

      Latter brother provides cognate, with latter part of the Hebrew term: Yeah-weh.

  4. Billy Bob on August 23, 2022 at 10:11 am

    After reading this synopsis on Sir Mackinder’s contribution to geography, the article and situation made more sense.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 2:46 pm

      Mackinder’s idea is Achilles’ shield, as circumscription of the pivotal heartland.

      The trick of Abram & Co was further circumscription of the celestial heartland.

      Thus heartland becomes Heaven itself, born from above, returning upwards in death.

      Counting days from equinoxes decides solstices, as pivots – as places in time – and thus Yeah-weh is yuletide:

  5. Beckysue on August 23, 2022 at 10:09 am

    A blogger I follow,, posted video of the bomber from RT, blog of 22Aug. A woman connected to Azov. There is a good writeup on the speculations of who did this. The writer whittled it down to either Azov out of control, or the morons currently running USA intel. The Ukraine & Estonia are on the verge of being designated terrorist states by Russia. There will absolutely be retribution for this. (Blogger didn’t attach it to an article, so could not share a link here)

    • Beckysue on August 23, 2022 at 10:17 am

      SORRY!! Blog date AUGUST 23

  6. enki-nike on August 23, 2022 at 9:36 am

    On Zerohedge this morning: Russian FSB identifies alleged Dugina Assassin.

  7. anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 3:53 am

    Plans for New Khazaria, in the Ukraine, is propped up by Hollywood movie moguls, who are dogs returning to their spew.

    The Khazarian royalty in Europe needs to control the Borderlands, to stay in power in Europe, because the brainwash is wearing off.

    The unsustainable Middle Eastern casino needs a backup plan, for migration, when the USA cut ties with its wailing wall appendix.

    The Khazarian papacy needs to convert Russian heathens, into its catholic flock, and that means beheading spiritual resistance.

  8. FiatLux on August 22, 2022 at 9:35 pm

    In the context of Shinzo Abe, the Georgia Guidestones (a non-human but highly symbolic target), and other recent events, it’s hard not to see this as a calculated attack on another highly symbolic (human) target.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 2:02 am

      The eight-legged horse of Odin is, what brings Pope Satan up in arms, because that, which brought down the Assyro-Babylonian and Greco-Roman empire succession, was the horrendous Blue Banshee:

      The Blue Banshee is the Indo-Scythian Ashtanga Yoga, that morphed into Buddhist Kung-fu, that morphed into Okinawan Karate.

      The Blue Banshee is also the Scandio-Scythian martial art, known as Odin’s sport in Scandinavian sources, depicted as the Kolovrat symbol in Russia.

      From Pope Satan’s point of view, the Eurasian Party is invoking heathen magic, by Odin’s eight-legged horse, the 8-point compass, in Psalms 119:62 & 119:164.

    • Laura on August 23, 2022 at 11:24 am

      the recent symbolic provocation also feels like an attempt to incite an action that could justify invoking Article 5 of the NATO treaty. It was an emotional symbolic attack not an attack on a strategic military asset. if the perpetrator is in Estonia, it will be interesting to see how Estonia will respond to a request to not harbor a terrorist.

  9. SoCal G on August 22, 2022 at 9:11 pm

    The FSB did identify the Ukrainian woman involved in it tragic bombing and who is a member of AZOV-as is her brother has made it across the border to Estonia. The bomb itself was not on a timer, but was capable of being denotated remotely and it is being suggested by the FSB that the ones who denotated it were close by and knew Mr. Dugin was NOT in the vehicle but decided to blow up the vehicle anyway. So messages are being sent as Dr. Farrell avers but I have no doubt Russia is going to be sending some messages of their own and they have a lot of experience in that area.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 22, 2022 at 9:22 pm

      The FSB blew up that apartment building long ago;
      to boost Putin’s numbers up, in coming elections.

      So, governments are all about keeping power.
      There is no low for governments, by definition.

      [You expressed my lingering doubts.]

  10. Robert Barricklow on August 22, 2022 at 8:25 pm

    How many times does the gauntlet have to be thrown;
    before those who threw them, reap the whirlwind?
    [probably more appropriate for chemtrails/Hosea 8:7]
    Try unwinding that chaos.

  11. marcos toledo on August 22, 2022 at 7:32 pm

    Just wondering if the official murder inc. of the Deep State better known as the CIA had its dirty hands in this murder?

    • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 2:45 am

      Pope Satan controls the Jesuits, who are the Freemasons, who are the ClA, that protects Khazarian royalty in Europe.

      Adam Weishaupt was a Jesuit Jew, supported by the maternal grandfather of the first Glücksburg on the Danish throne, whose predecessor died sick and childless, most likely poisoned by Pope Satan’s Jesuits.
      (Note. This is second upload. The first one got “lost”.)

      Pope Satan’s assassins, the Jesuits, remove those worldwide, who are seen as a threat to the Khazarian infested royalty of Europe. Murder victims are those, who oppose a New Khazaria in the Ukraine, as the Middle Eastern escape plan.

      Today, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn would have been the target, had he been alive.

  12. Petrus Romanus on August 22, 2022 at 5:37 pm

    For info on this, from a Russian perspective, go to: . They also show what is really going on in Ukraine, again from a Russian perspective. The woman mentioned above has also been tagged as AZOV. FWI

  13. Timo Beil on August 22, 2022 at 4:35 pm

    Telegram channels have it, they post the , of supposedly convicted assasin, a ukaranian by the name of Natalia Vovk.They give us family pictures and high resulution passport ofwell…that is doxxing. if so, I consider this a message of sorts from the FSB, a moody FSB.. Like , we can doxx you, if you dare, or, metaphorically, this is a horse’s head in Hunter Biden’s bed.

  14. antimason on August 22, 2022 at 2:50 pm

    Dugin is a thelemist, he practices the chaos magic on which his 4th political theory is based. There were many videos on the internet in which he endorses Crowley but were all heavily censored. I don’t understand if the west demonizes Dugin so much, why is there have to be a secret that he’s an occultist and why is the western media deleting videos about his occult connections.
    I have to watch the webinar first and then maybe post another comment to get familiar with your views dr. Farrell. This sure is a topic not to sleep on

    • Evan B. on August 22, 2022 at 6:58 pm

      Yes. Dugin’s facebook and telegram pages both posted pictures of his daughter sporting the star of chaos and waving the chaos flag at what looks like an early age right before she was murdered. She was being groomed to follow in his role as a sorceress, and sadly, it looks like she was chosen as a sacrifice. Dugin’s face in the video looks genuinely distraught, so I’m sure he wasn’t in on it, but he may have been naïve to the debauchery his communicants are involved in. No longer, let’s pray.

      Patriarch Kirill’s public statement of condolences is unfortunate, IMHO. It’s as if the Pope had publicly mourned the death of Michael Aquino.

      • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 12:19 am

        The 4-point compass is defined in the Book of Genesis, as river rafting four rivers, flowing from a common source, symbolizing equinoxes and solstices, geometrically. (Genesis 2:10)

        The 8-point compass is defined in the Psalms, as 7+1 moments, for of giving thanks for nourishment, during the cycle of day and night, defining a farmer’s sundial. (Psalms 119:62 & 119:164)

        By combining the 4-point and 8-point compasses, one produces a 32-point compass, that sectorally quantifies the Runes of Odin/Adon/Adonai, who settled down in Odense, Denmark. (Adonai is anthropomorphism for the dual metaphor: Elohim-Yeahweh, i.e. “tungols’ year’s woe”.)

        The ancient Hebrew compass is just a tool to navigate, that – after the fall of 2nd Troy, a secondary interim seaport to Jerusalem, in the 7th century BC – was incorporated into the Homeric Iliad, as a shield, attributed to Achilles.

        • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 1:10 am

          BTW, this is the original approach, towards the compass symbol of the Eurasian Party, that is typically Scythian:

          It also connects Indo-Scythian and Scandio-Scythian positions, through common origin in the 7th century BC, when the Assyrian empire was defeated, by the martial art of the “backward bow shot”, that the Romans later attributed to the Parthians, who thwarted to Roman expansion eastwards, when the Roman general Crassus was defeated, in 53 BC.

          It also explains, why the Roman military, in AD 33, was building a horse watering aqueduct, in Jerusalem, to facilitate a recruiting environment, to upgrade the Roman cavalry, with Scythian mounted archery. The kinship between the Saka-Scythians, who invented the “backward bow shot”, and the tribe of Juda was well known at the time.

          Today, Pope Satan seeks to thwart all memory of Scythians, by hunting them as heathens, because the Saka-Scythians entered Europe as Saxons, and – as the battle-ax of Yahweh – they sacked the Roman empire, and settled down in Britain, as Anglo-Saxons.

      • Perseus68 on August 23, 2022 at 12:44 pm

        BS! I follow the Ukraine war daily and I’ve watched her interviews & reporting Darya was absolutely wonderful! You have zero proof to back up your claims, it’s tuff for independent media and when one as beautiful as Darya is assassinated she deserves respect especially from this community!

        I believe I commented before that Ukraine has a website that serves as a hit list of anyone Pro Russia. It has Military Personal, Rock Stars like Pink Floyd, a ton of Journalist, etc… independent Journalist Vanessa Beeley & Eva Bartlett are on the kill list too. The website has a Langley Virginia address.

        The CIA trained Ukraine operatives did this hit! Ukraine is loosing this war big time the kill ratio is now up to 1 Russian for every 20 Ukraine and sometimes as high as 1 Russian to 30 Ukraine. Over a 1000 soldiers are dying a day now & so far Ukraine has at least 80,000 dead with at least 180,000 wounded those numbers are about to rise much higher while the Russian deaths drop to zero.

        The implications for the USA when Ukraine surrenders are mind boggling! Russia has essentially destroyed a lot of NATO’s equipment that will be almost impossible to replace anytime soon. Russia’s Military is by far the best Military in the World and they can prove War Crimes and Bioweapon labs that created Monkey Pox & Covid-19 bioweapons.

        The CIA killed Darya because that’s what the CIA does it kills women and children. Russia won’t take that crap. If Israel can assassinate the terrorist who killed its Olympic athletes watch what Russia does especially after proving its the best Military in the World.

    • Bizantura on August 23, 2022 at 3:02 am

      Is there a problem with what symbols stand for? I find it a big problem in attributing a connotation when symbols are used to define someone. Just take the swastika symbol, what does it stand for? I suppose it depends on context. In the end I don’t know enough of Mr. Dugin and or symbols either way just that it is a viable question to ponder.

      • Nidster - on August 23, 2022 at 3:46 am

        My research on the subject years ago included the word ‘force’ in describing what the symbol represented to some folks. Some depicted a right-handed spin, and some were a left-handed spin.

      • anakephalaiosis on August 23, 2022 at 4:11 am

        Swastika means lucky charm in Sanskrit, and only conveys its popular cultural function, and says nothing about technology.

        Hakenkreuz means hooked cross in German, describing superficial appearance, and says nothing about its function.

        The technical term is time-compass, where major directions are spatially fixed, and rotating firmament induces temporal notion.

        On a starry night in Genesis, four rivers pointed directions, and a sun clock began ticking.

    • Barbara on August 23, 2022 at 11:01 am

      Gugin is/was a media /propaganda mouthpiece for GRU (Russian military intel). History of the organization reaches beginning of the 19th century. It was brought to Russia by Prussian princess later known as Catherne the Grate and is modeled on High Occultic Order of Grand Orient of France the second branch of masonry, that brake away from Scottish Rite during French Revolution.
      This is infraction fighting with FSB/KGB (civilian intel). True power in Russia was and is being held by GRU. Even uncle Joe Stalin with his murderous regime was not able to penetrate that organization. IMHO they are a true deep state there, and keepers of secret advanced technology.

      • anakephalaiosis on August 24, 2022 at 3:24 am

        Freemasons are Jesuits, controlled by papacy, wondering how bureaucratic control was lost in Russia, and why?

        Bartabas’ movie Chamane ventures deep, into the shamanic landscape, in natural state, beyond mental constructions.

        Finally, there is nothing left to escape, when one is outside the mind, and man and horse are as one.

        Sarmatians are Scythians.

    • mirkogordan on August 23, 2022 at 12:53 pm

      You have to type Cyrillic to find those clips.
      Here, does this look to you like a oh, so secretive magic ritual or does this rather look like a clownesque modern day theatrical piece?

      Dugin is only holding a speech, by the way.

      Dugin believes that every country and every people should have and preserve its values, religions and traditions, without anyone trying to tell them from the outside how to live.

      Now let’s listen what the man has to say:

      “We at Katehon see the world as a space in which there will always be different civilizations or “civilizational spheres.” These spheres will not disappear in the near or distant future, nor should they. We follow the realist school of international relations and derive from it the obligation to recognize and preserve the great diversity of values, traditions, interests and visions that exist worldwide. (…) This requires a new multipolar and unbiased approach to the study of these ethno-cultural spaces and their respective specificities – with respect for all the particularities that make up these civilizations.
      At Katehon, we see our role as helping to develop and support a secure, democratic and just world order, free from arbitrariness, violence, terrorism, persecution, slavery and extremism of any kind.”

      I am not a Dugin fanboy, I couldn’t care less. The only thing I am interested in is the truth.

      • Barbara on August 23, 2022 at 1:16 pm

        A yeah, another savior of the humanity, Mr. Dugin and his Russia. One only has to figure it out whether the “withholder ” is Schmittian or St. Paulean or both, that’s all. Messianic, third Rome with a healthy dose of occult. No thank you but thank you.

        • mirkogordan on August 23, 2022 at 1:32 pm

          Dugin is a marginal figure in ‘his Russia’ and blown up out of proportions in the West.

          Read his ‘4th political theory’ and try to understand why from his point of view the three previous systems have failed.

          Fact is, they have.

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