Gaiduchok Yevgeny Iosifovich and his predictions (6 photos)
Each of us dreamed of a time machine. Someone, not having time for work, someone, regretting the act done, someone missing a close relative or friend who has passed away. But, we understand that this is just a fantasy. And yet, the hope for the invention of a time machine lives somewhere in the most hidden corners of the soul of every person. We hope that in the future progress will take a leap forward and our deepest desires will come true.
People from the future are among us
And yet, messages about aliens from the future appear periodically in newspapers and on TV channels. Some news has been preserved about people from the future back in the times of Russia, although no one interviewed them at that time, they were put in dungeons or executed, considering such people either crazy or servants of the devil.
In the hectic time of the 21st century, there are people who claim that they supposedly came here from the future to fulfill some mission. These people call themselves:
- Louis Roger from Japan;
- Said Nahano in Italy;
- Andrew Karlsson in America.
They have special powers, their life is full of meaning, they came into this world to point out to us the mistakes that we make today, and for which we will have to answer tomorrow.
The story of the appearance of a small alien from the future
We know of another amazing incident that happened to a boy from the Soviet Union, Zhenya Gaiduchok. At the time of his appearance, he was 13 years old, and he claimed that he flew from the future, more precisely from the XXIII century. Due to illness, in the absence of relatives, the boy was adopted, he received the name Gayduchok.
According to his own account, he stole a time machine to ride with his girlfriend. They planned to be at a later time, but there was a breakdown on the road and they could not go back together. Then Zhenya decided to free the car from the weight and send only his companion back. So he ended up in the 30s of the twentieth century.
He understood at what time he got there that there was little joy here. At first, he hoped for help, eventually he reconciled himself and began to get used to these conditions. But there was one joyful event – he learned to ride a bicycle. It was very significant for him.
Having become a young man, Evgeny Iosifovich went to study in Leningrad as a librarian. Student life proceeded in communication with creative people of that time, young writers. However, in difficult political times, his extraordinary knowledge failed to save him from prison, although the reason for the arrest was formal.
After a few months, Gaiduchok was released, it was pre-war time. He ended up serving near Baku, and soon became a commissar. He knew how to draw, was a political worker, painted posters. Eugene went through the entire war, served in the Caucasus, the Far East, and Ukraine. After the war, he married, and eventually had a daughter and a son. Then he was transferred to Stalingrad, where he lived for more than 5 years. It was only after the Iron Curtain began to burst at the seams that he managed to breathe freely. He retired to the reserve, and then settled in the small town of Zhirnovsk, as he himself said closer to the ground. He worked as the director of the Palace of Culture, headed the theater studio, for which he wrote plays and was a director.
During his life, Evgeny Iosifovich had a large number of students, he told them various stories from his life, taught them to draw. Despite the fact that he had no education as a teacher, he drew very well. Neighborhood children were his students and they kept in touch with each other for many years. He was endowed with talent, he knew how to gather people around him, he liked to be in a team, he was a very sociable person.
After retirement, Gaiduchok became interested in working in the local history museum of the city of Zhirnovsk, Volgograd region. Rather, Gaiduchok Yevgeny Iosifovich was the founder of this museum, where from the 40-60s he collected a huge archive, which, according to his plan, was to be preserved until the 23rd century. It was a very large depiction of historical events in chronological order, from the Stone Age to the 21st century.
Of particular value are the materials of his workshop, which contains thousands of newspaper clippings, postcards, letters, photographs and illustrations, documents. Thanks to the work of Evgeny Iosifovich, they did not end up in the trash can of that time and are of great historical value.
During the lifetime of the author, the museum was repeatedly attacked by barbarians. Fortunately, newspaper clippings are of no material value to the thieves, most of them were not affected. And it took 4 cargo flights to transport materials to a secluded place.
Yevgeny Iosifovich selected for his collection not dry official facts, but those that corresponded to reality. Not dividing publications into beautiful and not beautiful, only classifying them into categories. Not in the way that they prefer to do in archival institutions, picking up dry pompous facts, and simply hushing up unsuitable ones. During transportation, most of the archive was lost, and a couple of years later another part burned down.
On October 19, 1991, Yevgeny Iosifovich Gaiduchok died and was buried in the city of Zhirnovsk, where he lived and worked during the last years of his life.
The phenomenon of a man from the future
For the first time, the history of this man was described by a scientist, researcher of the otherworldly and mysterious, author of books about the time machine Vadim Chernobrov. In his book, Vadim told how he first met Yevgeny Iosifovich Gaiduchok, who approached him and said that he had flown from the future.
It was extremely difficult to believe in this, Vadim only asked why Evgeny chose him. And got an unexpected answer! That a person who writes about the time machine himself can believe him and that he has read his book! Chernobrov could not believe him, because the book did not exist even in drafts.
The world learned the amazing story of this man 7 years after the death of Yevgeny Iosifovich. She was told by Vadim Chernobrov, Gaydochuk’s daughter, Svetlana.
Svetlana recalls many interesting details from her childhood. Her father told her amazing stories about space flights, interesting super creatures, about life in the future on earth. But due to her age, she perceived it as an amazing fairy tale.
After graduation, she left her father for another city and their communication consisted of rare visits to her daughter’s home. He gave his daughter a lot of advice on work, personal relationships, what to do and what not to do. Thanks to his guidance, he and his family stocked up on groceries and survived the empty shelf days of the late 80s. Svetlana recalls that all her father’s prophecies came true, to a single one.
Gayduchok’s friends and students were able to tell many interesting episodes from life. These are enthusiastic and warm memories of a person close to them. Their stories speak of a phenomenal memory, great patience of this man, his talents. He talked interestingly about his space flights. But, people perceived his stories, each in their own way, someone believed in his fantasies, to someone they seemed like the script for another play.
He was such a comprehensively developed person that it is easier to say what he did not know how to do than to list all his hobbies. He was:
- a poet;
- interesting interlocutor;
- loving father and husband.
predictor of the future
According to friends and children of Eugene, he could even predict the future, made unique predictions. They started talking about this after some time, having lived through the events that he predicted and convinced himself of yet another talent.
After the death of Eugene, amazing things began to happen. One of his brother-soldiers was found, he told many interesting facts from their life, where Gaiduchok acted as a clairvoyant.
Even before the start of the Great Patriotic War, he named the date of the German attack on the Soviet Union, the outcome and the date of the end of hostilities.
His frightening predictions concerned:
- political and military conflicts in Georgia;
- wars in Chechnya;
- unrest in Yugoslavia;
- the collapse of the USSR into separate republics.
And this was in the early 80s, at a time when it was scary to even think about it.
Gaiduchok told his daughter Svetlana about space, interplanetary flights, told her the continuation of the book “The Wizard of the Emerald City”, which will be written in more than 10 years.
He even predicted the emergence of the Internet and mobile phones, described them in poetry. He also predicted the date of his death 30 years earlier.
The biography of Yevgeny Gaiduchka is surprisingly rich in interesting facts, and there are not only predictions here. During his life he met many famous people. Bernes, Marshak, Bulgakov liked to talk to him. Several times he met with Kirov. And the meeting with the author of the book “The Time Machine” HG Wells seems incredible.
Could this be a coincidence or a sign? At first glance, this seems impossible, because being in Leningrad, the writer was offered to visit one of the schools. And how could it happen that they brought him to that school and that class where Yevgeny Iosifovich studied. Eyewitnesses said that they even managed to talk to each other, although no one suspected that Zhenya spoke English.
Until today, an unambiguous answer to the question “Who was Yevgeny Iosifovich Gaiduchok?” does not exist. Was he really a time traveler, maybe just a temporary tourist, or even a joker, an inventor? It is difficult to answer this question with certainty. It is only known that he was a serious person, and joking was not in his competence. He was attentive to his interlocutors, whether it was a 12-year-old girl or a famous poet. And how then to relate to the predictions, which, according to eyewitnesses, have always come true.
And yet, how could he know the future? After all, the percentage of coincidence of his predictions with reality is equal to the prophecies of Nostradamus. Maybe it’s easier to believe that he came from the future, and they teach a lot of things there. According to the stories of relatives, he had one peculiarity.
Periodically, he was subject to some kind of illness, when he could suddenly lose consciousness and spend some time in a state bordering on a coma. Such cases followed after a moment of irritation or anger. After 5-7 minutes, he came to his senses and continued to work. He himself explained these attacks by the fact that he was flying somewhere, into space or into the future.
It may so happen that these unconscious flights were his time travels. We will find out more about this at some point.