posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 03:16 PM
Hello all, this is my first post here on ATS but when I saw this discussion I felt I really needed to make a post. And I do follow my intuition. I
actually have a Russian book at home about the dolmens. It's called "Dolmens" by Aleksanrd Solncev. I think he mostly based his book on what
Anastasia revealed in the Ringing Cedars of Russia books, as well as different people's experiences with the dolmens.
So according to the book what the dolmens are actually is like a prison for the soul. As whoisit1998 pointed out n his earlier post, in the olden
days, the wisest people, willing so sacrifice their eternity to serve others, would go into these structures, where they were sealed still alive.
Inside they would meditate until they died. In the book it describes how some special stones were used (sorry don't remember much details) to prevent
the human soul from leaving the dolmen itself after physical death. So basically the soul would reside in the dolmen for eternity, not reincarnating,
in order to preserve and share the wisdom they had. The book then describes different people's experiences, how they would come to the dolmens, and
after some meditation get in contact with these spirits, residing there. And as the book says you don't have to be spiritual or anything, anyone can
come to the dolmens, and people would have thoughts appear to all answers they had, as if though telepathy. In Russia some dolmens have names already
for the spirits residing there, for example one dolmen resident is a woman spirit, and local people know it, and come for womanly advise on children,
relationships and so on.
For one I sure would like to travel one day to Russia and spend a day next to one of these dolmens meditating