This post is reblogged from my new blog Futurist Trendcast, where I have been posting an ongoing series of articles about the situation in Ukraine, as well as about Russia, USA, EU and other countries. The blog also contains predictions for various global events and more. Visit Futurist Trendcast.
Shortly after the Kiev coup, the US stooge Yatsenyuk looted the Ukraine treasury. The Ukraine gold reserve, as reported by various sources, was sent to the USA in 40 sealed boxes for “safekeeping.” Through my sources in Ukraine, I learned about this report almost immediately. However, with so many urgent events taking place which needed to be brought to light, I had to postpone this post. I have to admit that I was not surprised in the least at the raiding of Ukraine gold. That to me was the foregone conclusion, which only proves the extent of Kiev’s corruption.
People generally misunderstand the nature of the Ukraine’s gold reserve. When they talk about it, they visualize gold bars or other conventional bullion. This however, is a completely different story. Ukraine generally doesn’t have much of a traditional gold reserve. The little they had was looted and spent by Orange revolutionaries and prior kleptomaniacs in power.
The gold reserve Ukraine still possesses is the gold of the ancient Scythians, or in Russian: Skiffs. From the 10th to 3rd century b.c., and possibly much longer before that, the Great Scythia occupied most of Eurasia. Scythians were the original Arians, and as has been proven by various researchers (knowledge that has been actively suppressed), ancestors of the Russian civilization. I have been researching this issue in-depth. I will be doing a documentary about the forbidden history of the Russian civilization and the suppressed knowledge that has the power to completely change our history as we know it.
I always loved history and felt deep connection to the mythical past of my country. I remember as a child going to museums, marvelling at the intricate gold work and imagining the mysterious civilization of the ancient Scythians stretching from the Black Sea to the Scythian Ocean (Arctic Ocean) as the ancient Greeks called it, through Siberia and parts of China.
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