Her Highness invited Prof. Alexander
Revenko for a SCENAR device presentation. The Princess
and her assistants heard the information about the
device, the history of its creation, the philosophy
and principles of work. Prof. Revenko made a presentation
of the RISTA device.
The Princess is very much interested
in the results and opportunity to use SCENAR for
keeping up the present state of harmony and youth.
The Princess presented Alexander Revenko with her book with an autograph published in Russian.
Prof. Revenko also presented the Princess with 2 volumes of his books about SCENAR therapy with an autograph.
Who is Princess of Kent?
Prince Michael of Kent, the cousin
of the queen of Great Britain, Elizabeth II, and
his wife Marie-Christine are in Moscow.
Prince Michael and his wife are the patrons of the
dozens of charity projects in Russia. The Princess
initiated the International decoration week in Moscow
organized by ‘Mezzanine’ magazine.
She agreed to become a patroness of a new award,
which will be given annually to the interior designers
Princess of Kent is an author of a number of historical
books and a series of lectures about women’s role
in the history of Europe.
She will give two lectures in Moscow, one of them
is devoted to Katherine the Great and architecture
of her epoch.
On 16, September 2006 Her Royal Highness
Marie-Christine, Princess of Kent, gave a meeting
in the Book Center in New Arbat Str. in Moscow.
The royal person’s arrival was marked by publishing
her new book ‘Snake and Moon: two rivals and the
king of Renaissance’. The book tells the story of
antagonism between Diana de Puatie and Katherine
Medichi for winning the sympathy of Henry II.
According to the wife of Prince Michael of Kent (grandnephew of Nikolaj II), the book is based on the chronicles and documents.
|His Royal Highness Prince
Michael of Kent was born in July 1942 and is married
to Marie-Christine, nee baroness von Reibnitz.
He is related to the Romanovs in the line of Olga
Konstantinovna, the Grand Duchess (granddaughter
of the emperor Nikolaj I). He is the grandnephew of
Nikolaj II Romanov.