During his early years at the Tsar's court, Rasputin went on various pilgrimages several times, including (possibly) Jerusalem in 1911.

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During one stay in his native village, an attempt on his life took place. One of the members of the former "Rasputin circle," Chionia Guseva, seduced and abandoned by Rasputin, broke into his home and stabbed him in the stomach. Although the wound was severe, Rasputin recovered quickly. It is believed that someone from religious circles may have been behind the assassination attempt.