February 3, 2023

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Gothic Political Crypto Art NFT series from Victoria Unikel

Gothic Political Crypto Art NFT series from Victoria Unikel

New Gothic Political Crypto Art NFT series from Victoria Unikel – her anti-Communist hero Exorcist lives on. Award-winning artist and producer Victoria Unikel, known as a producer, international actress and singer, made headlines for bringing her scandalous comic story to the world of NFTs. She was born in the Soviet Union and now lives in the United States. She was an active fighter against communist tyranny and led the campaign to remove Lenin from Red Square with her slogan “Remove idols from the Kremlin walls”, which became famous in one of her songs.

The limited-edition crypto art saga presented in the Exorcist Collection is a unique opportunity for discerning comic book and NFT collectors to bring graphic novels to life in the form of NFT animations. The artwork is designed in the Marvel style, and key details of each animation tell the story of the exorcist battling the mystical forces of evil as well as the tyrants and dictators of this world in animated form. Each mixed-media track is set against the hauntingly dark voices and vocals of Victoria’s own music.

Featuring Latin opera chants and the mysterious sounds of the cello, the tracks are entirely produced and performed by Victoria, making the series even more unique in today’s crypto art world. The saga will be published piece by piece on KnownOrigin.io (https://knownorigin.io/victoria-unikel ), a well-known NFT platform running on the Ethereum blockchain, known for collectibles and rare artworks, and Limited access is reserved for real artists.

Notably, Victoria’s music albums have sold over 200,000 copies worldwide and have also appeared in numerous films. Her work has sold for thousands of dollars at celebrity auctions like Make-A-Wish America and MOSAIC Federation. She has also been recognized by the Federation for supporting her work against human slavery and human trafficking. (MOSAIC is an international non-profit organization managed by senior members of the CIA, FBI, and other international intelligence and law enforcement agencies.)

Exorcist is more than art. The character created by Victoria begins her struggle by fighting demons and other evil and dark mystical forces, using ancient myths and all the beliefs of the world to fight them. The first series ends with the exorcist flying to Moscow to exorcise the idol of Satan and free the Russian people from the ghost of Lenin, the object of worship of the cult buried within the walls of the Kremlin. He was elevated to the status of a communist deity but was nothing more than a tyrant and a mass murderer.

The building that houses Lenin’s body is modeled after an ancient altar said to have been dedicated to Satan and was built in 288 BC. in the city of Pergamon in western Turkey. It was first discovered in the late 19th century before being taken by the Nazis and brought to Berlin during World War II. After the victory, the Soviets transported the entire building to Moscow in order to be closer to the Lenin Mausoleum, which was built in 1924.

The mausoleum remains a faithful replica of Satan’s throne to this day, and the symbolism of a dead tyrant’s body is a very relevant mystical symbolism that must be eradicated so that the nation can heal from the pain it has suffered over the years.

Victoria Unikel has seen firsthand the evil caused by the Communists through personal and her ancestors’ own experience. Her family had suffered at the hands of the Communists throughout the Soviet Union’s existence, beginning with forced exile in Siberia after the revolution, where many relatives died horribly, some imprisoned in churches and burned alive.

The mausoleum remains a faithful replica of Satan’s throne to this day, and the symbolism of a dead tyrant’s body is a very relevant mystical symbolism that must be eradicated so that the nation can heal from the pain it has suffered over the years.

Victoria Unikel has seen firsthand the evil caused by the Communists through personal and her ancestors’ own experience. Her family had suffered at the hands of the Communists throughout the Soviet Union’s existence, beginning with forced exile in Siberia after the revolution, where many relatives died horribly, some imprisoned in churches and burned alive.