Elder arrived in Tomsk in 1837, according to one version, in fact, it was abdicated in favor of his brother, Emperor Alexander I. Russian President Graphology Society Svetlana Semenova handwriting revealed the identity of the Russian Emperor Alexander I and the holy elder Theodore Tomsk. This she told reporters in Tomsk. In 1837, he arrived in Tomsk Elder, who called himself Theodore Kuzmich.
According to one version, in fact, it was abdicated in favor of his brother, Emperor Alexander I. He allegedly simulated his death in Taganrog and started to wander through Russia to atone for sins. He led a righteous life, for which he began to read. The last years of his life the old man held in Tomsk, where he died. The tomb became a place of pilgrimage. In 1995 the relics of St. Theodore, who became one of the shrines of Tomsk. The manuscript of Alexander I, who was 45 years old, and the manuscript, which, as I now know, belonged to Fyodor Kuzmich.
The handwriting expert, handwriting unusual, unusual relationship between psychological characteristics, personality traits and graphic writing – Semenov said, noting that at first did not know who owns the email. According to her, examining the subtle signs of writing and psychological qualities of their authors, she came to the conclusion that, very likely, it was one and the same person. The only difference – the manuscript old man of 82, he moved to the whole spiritual world.
That is in the handwriting appeared, roundness handwriting was sent. But there are dominant, are dominant in all the manuscripts have been, – said the graphologist. Professor of the Paris Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations, a researcher at the life of Alexander I, Doctor of History Andrei Raczynski told reporters that the relationship of the emperor and many other points elder indirect signs, in addition to the similarity of the handwriting. For example, an engraving depicting the Tomsk elder hung in the office of the Emperor Alexander III, along with the portraits of his ancestors crowned, and the Tomsk merchant Semen Khromov, who lived in the holy Tomsk, handed things Fyodor Kuzmich led the Holy Synod Konstantin.
Elizabeth A. – wife of Alexander I – not accompanied the deceased after death in Taganrog, and went to St. Petersburg, but did not get to the capital and died in the city of Belev. According to him, it is believed that she faked death, like the emperor, and lived in a monastery under the name Faith Molchalnitsy. That is an indirect proof that the spouses had an agreement.