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A historical excursus on the issue of the coat of arms and the true patrons of Kiev

  • 27.05.2016
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Heraldic traditions came to Slavic lands from Western Europe, whereas the word gerb found in several Slavic languages originates from the German erbe meaning “heritage”, “inheritance”. In the Middle Ages, when feudal relations were strengthening in Europe, it became necessary to single out feudal lords among their vassal environment. Moreover, in the times of tournaments and crusades, when a knight was covered with armour and had a closed visor on his helmet, it was totally unclear who he was and which nation and family he belonged to. Thus, insignias were absolutely necessary. One’s coat of arms was exactly an indicator of one’s name and title. Knights mostly drew their coats of arms on their shields, and that was the origin of the major heraldic tradition. Later on city coats of arms began to emerge.

Hence, there was surely no coat of arms in Kiev in the times of Kievan Rus, though Kievan princes did have their personal seals. In fact, every prince had such a seal to mark his property and sign his orders.

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Great Mothers of the World and Goddesses of Mankind

  • 23.07.2016
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    Having “accidentally” discovered an online collection of images of archaeological artefacts (statuettes and sculptures) devoted to female deities – Mothers of the World, we experienced another culture shock. Based on the primary source it can be concluded the materials were collected by Kulturologia.ru project to whom we express our sincere gratitude. They have brought together an enormous number of facts confirming that in all times, starting from deep antiquity and almost until today, famous and honoured women and female images (also called goddesses) were depicted in various cultures, civilizations and ages, in particular erected of stone, wood or plaster, in frescoes, paintings or bas-reliefs.

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In quest of... or a journey to the remote 11th century. Announcement of a new article series

  • 17.08.2016
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Quite a while ago Max Vorontsov arrived at an idea to write a little research work dedicated to events that took place in the 11th century AD. He says it took him a lot of time and effort to elaborate and implement the idea as he viewed it. When I received the article for editing and publication, at some deep intuitive level I felt the story was incomplete and showed only a top of a huge hidden iceberg or, in other words, of the great spiritual feat committed by the One whose name and deeds have been strangely and zealously erased from official history chronicles and totally forgotten. Thus I started the quest, which literally seized my mind and gave me no rest throughout the last month. It’s the quest for information with the purpose of disclosing as many relevant events of that remote century as possible.

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A real story of how discovered artefacts are replaced. Excavations in San Bartolo, Guatemala

  • 25.08.2016
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This extremely interesting and captivating story was written by an extraordinary man, traveller and talented photographer Vladimir Alekseev after his courageous journey to Guatemala and Mexico in spring 2014 with an intention to photograph and provide the general public with materials on the three unusual places, inaccessible for people without special permits: San Bartolo (where the oldest Mayan frescoes were found, disproving certain dogmata of historians as to the Pre-Classical Age), Xultún (the so-called Scribe House with a new calendar drawn on the walls and depicting the period after the widely promoted 21 December 2012) in Guatemala, and Calakmul (the frieze and frescoes depicting scenes of ordinary people’s life) in Mexico. 

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The secret of the Permian Animal Style has been uncovered. Part III: Comparative analysis and conclusions

  • 27.10.2016
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We are going on with publication of the Permian Animal Style artefacts, having sorted them by categories we are interested in and having added corresponding explanations to shed light upon the mystery of strange motifs in shaman images, Chud amulets and bronze cult casts. Let me remind of the links to the previous articles of the series:

In the final material dedicated to the Permian Animal Style I will first spilt the image collection into three sections: Three-Faced Beings, Birdman, and Hands on the Belly, then I’ll add several images of “sacred bugs”, and in the end there will be a brief comparative analysis based on photos of artefacts from other ancient cultures, published on our website earlier.

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Signs all over the world. Museums of Siberia and the Far East

  • 28.10.2016
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Recently my friends and I, inspired by the knowledge given in the AllatRa book, decided to go on a museum tour across our region in order to receive evidence that the signs and symbols indicated in ALLATRA and other books by Anastasia Novykh are indeed present all over the world.

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Angkor: Land of the Gods. Documentary

  • 09.04.2017
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Let me bring to your attention an interesting documentary series Angkor: Land of the Gods, consisting of two parts: Throne of Power and Empire Rising. This is a good addition to our common collection for future discussions.

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People who lived happily. The Incas’ way of living

  • 11.04.2017
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Occasionally talking to different people, I often hear a deep-rooted opinion that humanity has always lived as we are now living – in incessant conflicts, competition and injustice; that such a way of life is natural, and it has never been otherwise. However, from the AllatRa book we know that destruction of numerous examples of peaceful, prosperous and culturally rich coexistence of various peoples in different times has been methodically carried out by henchmen of the Archons, and the terrible results of this we observe nowadays.

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Graham Hancock: “We have so much to learn from the ancients.”

  • 18.04.2017
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I would like to start this little article with the words that are understandable and familiar to many people. I believe many readers of our website would say roughly the same.

These days I find it difficult to listen to television. I find it difficult to listen to 24-hour rolling misery which is what the rolling news is, to convince us that the world is just filled with hatred and fear and suspicion. What we need to do is to emphasize the human capacity for Love, for courage, for strength, for decency, for goodness. We need to hear about THAT every day because there is many more examples of THAT than there is of the stuff that the media welter in at the moment! (Graham Hancock)

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The history of Ancient Egypt or a prediction about a present-day country...?

  • 21.04.2017
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Is this bygone history or a prediction that is coming true nowadays? Perhaps, it is even both, since centuries and millennia pass, while people remain the same, and fooling and enslaving methods don’t change either. The Archons continue leaving their bloody traces of ruin and millions of crushed destinies after themselves. At that, only a few can discern and understand what is happening, concluding that nothing in the human history occurs spontaneously and accidentally.

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In quest of... The 11th century. India, Japan. Part Seven

  • 09.06.2017
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Continuing our search of the radiant traces left on the Earth by our remote ancestors in the 11th century, we have now arrived to India. This land is said to be the cradle of the human race and speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legends, and the great grandmother of traditions. Hindu culture formed of various historical epochs, customs, traditions and ideas, including those of invaders and immigrants. Many local customs, features, languages, monuments, etc. are referred to as examples of such centuries-old cultural blending.

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Dolmens. Part 1: general description, classification, history of studies

  • 11.06.2017
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For the first time I heard about dolmens four years ago when a friend of mine came back from Anapa, where he had spent vacation at his parents’ house, and brought me a little souvenir – a box made of flat pebbles with a round aperture on one side. After his brief story I got an impression that in the past such structures had been used in a totally different way than people think nowadays (at that time I was not yet familiar with the wonderful books by Anastasia Novykh). Time went by, and my second “meeting” with dolmens took place when I was reading Ezoosmos. Visually I could already imagine how dolmens looked. I wanted to study the issue at length, but thousands of reasons interfered as usual and prevented me from looking into it. Hopefully, now by common efforts we will be able to maintain a more or less appropriate introductory material.

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Viracocha. The One who came in a time of chaos

  • 31.07.2017
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We continue searching for historical materials that indirectly relate to the Preamble of our project, and today let me present to readers’ attention some extracts from Graham Hancock’s book Fingerprints of the Gods where a mysterious white-faced “stranger” immortalized in stone as a deity is mentioned. Many millennia ago he came to the South American continent to give knowledge to local people. Not so many myths and legends have remained about him, so it’s difficult to draw any conclusions. Nevertheless, for real seekers of truth the extracts below will be quite useful, for they can reveal a broader picture of relevant events. We will hardly manage to discover who Viracocha was and when exactly the events predicted in legends took place. Perhaps, it was at the time of the last global cataclysm, a great flood which demolished the previous human civilization about 12,000 years ago (the book tells a lot about that), or maybe later. Nonetheless, anyone who is interested in primordial knowledge can draw useful parallels and become stronger in faith that the said events are by no means a tale.

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СЕ ГРЯДЁТ. IT IS COMING. Video

  • 30.01.2018
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Participants of the program: Igor Mikhailovich Danilov, Igor Vladimirovich Naumets, Anna Dubrovskaya, and Andrei Kovtunov. The inevitability of the approaching serious climate changes, the global and large-scale character of which may today be observed all over the planet, places each human being on the verge of personal choice.

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Consciousness and Personality.
From the inevitably dead
to the eternally alive
  • <small>Consciousness and Personality. <br/>From the inevitably dead <br/>to the eternally alive</small>

    02.08.2017

The Truth is One for Everybody
  • The coming cataclysms. Relations between people. Revival of humaneness

    10.07.2016

  • Illusion and the Way

    25.07.2016

  • LIFE

    31.07.2016

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