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This is the Ugra land, a place of some heretofore-unsolved ancient mysteries.
The land has populated by various tribes since ancient times, as far back as the Mesolithic age.
They left behind many tombs, settlements, artifacts and unsolved mysteries. One of them is the legend of the Golden Woman (Zolotaya Baba in Russian; baba is an archaic term for a woman; used today mostly as a slang word, demeaning to women; it also means grandma).
Let us look at the people who had worshipped the Golden Woman, and whose mythology may help us unlock her secrets.
Paul Stonehill firstname.lastname@example.org
Author of The Soviet UFO Files (1998)
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I exort anyone to prove me incorect.
Yumala is the queen of the underworld in this epic. Stag is the favorite animal of Yumala... Kaleva is the mythical kingdom where most of the epic takes place. It is similar to Kalama of the Sumerians. Inanna, let us recall, abandoned the E-muc-kalama in Bad-tibira, and descended to the underworld.
This is yet another connection with the wondrous land of ancient Sumer and its mythology.
When the castel of Ra and Maia had been emptied and transfer of maia aesthetiques – majestics – to the most recently created salle chamber complex had been completed, its gold door would be closed (but not sealed) and before it placed a life-size gold statue of Lemminkainen, bar (naked), anatomically correct in minute detail as he stood at age 27, fully erect, when becoming the Bock, the breeder