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Originally posted by randyvs
They have been there for eons and were at first used as a station, then later this was the first settlement when The Star Gods
decided to populate the earth with a new species they came to call man.
Created to do the physical labor for these Gods. What these Gods did
not for see, in making man intelligent enough to follow instructions. He
was also capable of memory and thinking for himself. Soon he knew of
the one true creator God, of all that has come to be.
In 1936, a geologist visiting the Olguidakh River (the “place with a cauldron”), found a ‘cauldron’ that was not completely submerged. A smooth hemisphere of metal 2cm thick and with razor-sharp edges, it was reddish in colour. Barely a fifth of it was above ground and the opening in its vault was accessible to a person sitting on a reindeer. The geologist sent its description to the capital city Yakutsk, but no one paid any attention.
At half the size of the Far Eastern Federal District, it is the largest subnational governing body by area in the world at 3,103,200 km2 (1,198,200 sq mi), yet it has a population of slightly less than one million. Its capital is Yakutsk.
Originally posted by expat2368
Well this is SUPER interesting to me. I am going to do as much research as possible about this. I am in Russia often on business and have wanted to go to that part of Russia for a long time. If my research finds that there truly is a mystery about the area that is worth investigation, my health permits, and I can find a couple of people to go along I will gather some equipment (including a Geiger counter) and try to find the area. I know there are certain areas in Russia where foreigners are not allowed so that could be an issue.
Best mystery I have seen on ATS for a while.