Lada Ray:

According to the relatively recent Russian discoveries (the late professor Levashov and linguist Chudinov, as some examples), and also based on the Russian legends, the Russian civilization is at least well over 100,000 years old and it originated in Siberia, or more precisely, it occupied both a big part of Europe and Siberia, having come from Siberia over 100,000 years ago, where there were advanced cities and cross-continental underground transportation tunnel system through which people could move with lightning speed from the Ural Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.
That’s who built these massive constructions and it wasn’t done with mechanical devices.

There are also connections to Atlantis, Vedas and runes.

Also, researchers talk about the extra-terrestrial origins of the Russian civilization. What is known as the Russian pagan gods: Perun, Yar and others, are believed to be the ancestors who came from the stars. One of them was Lada – goddess of wisdom, harmony and smooth sailing.

I am trying to reconcile a lot of material about all this and by summer I hope to start writing and doing videos about it.

Originally posted on Tales from the Conspiratum:

Newly Found Megalithic Ruins In Russia Contain The Largest Blocks Of Stone Ever Discovered .

Michael Snyder

 on March 10th, 2014

Mount Shoria

An incredible discovery that was recently made in Russia threatens to shatter conventional theories about the history of the planet.  On Mount Shoria in southern Siberia, researchers have found an absolutely massive wall of granite stones.  Some of these gigantic granite stones are estimated to weigh more than 3,000 tons, and as you will see below, many of them were cut “with flat surfaces, right angles, and sharp corners”.  Nothing of this magnitude has ever been discovered before.  The largest stone found at the megalithic ruins at Baalbek, Lebanon is less than 1,500 tons.  So how in the world did someone cut 3,000 ton granite stones with extreme precision, transport them up the side of a mountain and stack them 40 meters high?  According to the commonly accepted…

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