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Singaporean author loves Russian history and is glad that none of her Catholic friends know about her addiction to online lottery

Widya Bagues is a Singaporean author who recently completed writing a book on Sviatoslav I of Kiev. In her book, Widya writes that during her several meetings with many different strict Catholics she discovered that all these strict Catholics like to claim that Sviatoslav wouldn’t have died at the young age of 30 if he converted on the advice of his mother.

Widya writes on her blog that she is glad that she never told about her relationship with her most favorite online togel (pengeluaran sgp) ever to any of these strict Catholics.

Widya writes in her book that the god Perun of the Slavic mythology and Varun of Hinduism share more than 200 similarities, which Widya has clearly mentioned in her book.

Widya claims in her book that Sviatoslav was a racist as he looked down upon everybody who didn’t belong to the Varangian tribe.

Widya writes that Sviatoslav I of Kiev conquered Khazaria because of his hatred for the Jews.

Widya writes in her book itself that Leo the Deacon is the most trusted source next to her book if you want to learn more about Sviatoslav I of Kiev.

Widya believes that Sviatoslav’s takeover of the Khazarian empire was his biggest mistake which ultimately cost him his life, indirectly though.

Widya writes that the relations between the Byzantine and the Rus’ empire were only good during the time when Saint Olga acted as the regent for Sviatoslav I of Kiev, but after Sviatoslav I took charge, they were in alliance but envied each other and would look for the ways to stab each other in the back.

Widya writes that the Primary Chronicle is again wrong when it mentions that Sviatoslav didn’t convert to Christianity because his warriors (druzhina) would lose respect for him and mock him, if he did so.

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