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Nenets Archeologist Finds Northern Atlantis
20.03.2009 11:36
Nenets Archeologist Finds Northern Atlantis

Mikhail Dolgin, a dweller of the Kharut Settlement, Nenets Autonomus Area, has concerned himself with research of various mysterious phenomena for 15 years and has found what he thinks to be a hyperborean temple.
      Hyperborea, literally meaning beyond Boreas, or beyond the North is the name of the legendary northern country, which is also called the Northern Atlantis. There are lots of various versions about where this enigmatic country used to be situated. According to one of them it was in the Kola Peninsula, whereas another version says the Northern Atlantis existed in the area of the Arkhangelsk Region.
      Mikhail Dolgin has his own version: he has supposedly found the place where the people descended from ancient Titans once lived.
      When traveling along Adzva River I have discovered a temple of the hyperboreans. In the spot Talbei, at 80 kilometers distance from Kharut, there is an interesting lot of the bank. There are dense rocks there, but in one place there is a piled up hill. If you look from a certain angle you can see that the rocks are laid in a certain order, reminding of masonry work. This summer I want to visit Talbei once again and examine everything with tools and equipment.


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