The promised second part of “Proto Indo-Euopean Study,” covering Linguistic Dialectology, is coming… But there is something that is simply inexplicable and astonishing to the extreme !
THE DASHKA STONE – MAP OF THE CREATOR
A discovery by Bashkir scientists contradicts all traditional notions of human history : stone slabs, 120 million years old and covered with 3-D relief map of the Ural Region.
The doctor of physical and mathematical science who made the sensational find, Alexandr Chuvyrov, professor of Bashkir State University, says :
At first sight, I understood that it was not a simple stone piece but a real map, and not a simple map but three-dimensionsal. You can see it yourself.
At first, we could not imagine the map was so ancient. Happily, relief of today’s Bashkiria has not changed so much within millions of years. We could identify Ufa Height while Ufa Canyon is the main point of our proofs, because we carried out geological studies and found its track, as it ought to be according to the ancient map.
Displacement of the canyon happened because of tectonic stabs, which moved from East. The group of Russian and Chinese specialists in the field of cartography, physics, mathematics, geology, chemistry, and Old Chinese language, concluded that the stab contains the precise map of Ural region with rivers Belya, Ufimka and Sutolka.
Alexandr Chuvyrov says, you can see the river lines and the Ufa Canyon – the break of the earth’s crust stretched out from the city of Ufa to the city of Sterlitimak. At the moment, Urshak River runs over the Ufa canyon.
The geological structure of the stab consists of three layers or levels. The base is 14 cm thick, made of firmest dolomite. The second level, probably the most interesting, is made of diopside glass, which is of volcanic origin. The technology of its treatment is not known to modern science, as we have today. Actually, the picture is marked on this level… on diopside glass. The third level is 2 mm thick, made of calcium porcelain, to eliminate reflections and shadows and to protect the map from external impact.
It should be noticed, the professor said, that the relief has not been manually made, say, by an ancient stonecutter. That is simply impossible. It is obvious that the stone was machined. X-ray photographs confirm the fact : the stab is of artificial origin and has been made with some precision tools.
At first, the scientists supposed that the ancient map could have been made by the ancient Chinese because of vertical inscriptions on the map. But a visit to the Chinese empire library negated the possibility : not one reference in literature or with writing similar to one on the stab was found. He, moreover, had to completely abandon the version with Chinese track because discussions specialists established that the porcelain covering the stab had never been used in China.
All efforts to decipher the inscriptions were fruitless; though it became clear that they consisted of hieroglyphic-syllabic characters. Chuvyrov however states that he has deciphered one sign on the map : it signifies the latitude of today’s city of Ufa !
The longer the stab was studied, more mysteries arose from it. On the map, a giant irrigation system could be seen in addition to the rivers : there are two 500-meter (half a kilometer) wide channel systems that were 12,000 km long, with 32 dams, of which at least 12 of them were 300-500 meters wide each, approximately 10 km long and 3 km deep. Archaeo-hydrologic analysis of the region shows that for the last 60 million years the hydrographic system was already such as it is on the map.
The dams most likely helped in turning the water in either side. However, the work required to create the system beats imagination : over 1 quadrillion (1000 trillion) cubic meters of earthwork ! In comparison, the existing Volga-Don Channel would seem like a scratch. As a man of science, Alexandr Chuvyrov believes that mankind today can build at the most only a small fraction of what is displayed on the stab map.
It was difficult to determine even an approximate age of the stab. At first, radiocarbonic analysis was carried out, but they do not yield results for objects older than 46,000 years. Afterwards, levels of stab were scanned with uranium chronometer, and even those results proved unreliable. The age of the stab remained unclear.
While examining the stone, two shells were found on its surface. The age of one of them – Navicopsina munitus of Gyrodeidae family – is about 500 million years, while of the second one – Ecculiomphalus princeps of Ecculiomphalinae subfamily – is about 120 million years. Also, the shellfish applied in the “dolomitisation” process belong to the family of the Narcopsina celote of the family of the Gyroideae. These shellfish appeared on the Earth 180 million years ago and became extinct 60 million years ago. That fact provided the time window inside which the shellfish were placed, and not fossilized.
With that as the working version of its, the map was analysed for location of magnetic and geographical poles. “The direction of geographic center drawn on the map is located at an angle of 22 degrees from magnetic center. We can discover the age of the rock pad, thanks to Hiebert curves.” That meant, the map was probably created in times when the Earth’s magnetic pole was situated in Franz Josef Land, which was exactly 120 million years ago, professor Chuvyrov says.
The map we have is beyond the pale of traditional perception of Timeline we have of mankind, and we need a long time to get used to the thought of such advanced cultures prevailibg 120 million years ago. Prof Chvyrov says, “We ourselves have got used to the miracle.”
The dolomite is normally an extremely homogenous material but, in the layer of dolomite on the map there was no quartz which is usually found or magnesium silicate. We dug in the region of Chandar and removed close to 10,000 samples of dolomite, analysis of which revealed that none of them matched the dolomite present in the map. “It is artificial dolomite,” opines Chuvyrov.
“The layer of diopside is equally extraordinary and reveals a sort of nanostructure. Its crystals measure 15 nanometers. It is astonishing because I do still do not understand how it was made. The structure of diopside resembles a pudding with vertical incisions Moreover, its microhardness is equal to that of corundum. That made it possible to preserve the chart perfectly, while the layer of lower dolomite has already broken up.”
“In order to secure the layer of dolomite to the layer of diopside, the “creators” replaced the atoms of silicium of the diopside with the carbon atoms of the dolomite [passing CaMg (Si03) 2 to CaMg (C03) 2], so that it seems that the two layers were soldered together. This is a nanotechnology and implies great precision, at atomic scale.”
What could be the destination of the map? That is probably the most interesting thing. Materials of the Bashkir find were already investigated in Centre of Historical Cartography in Wisconsin, USA. The Americans were amazed. According to them, such three-dimensional map could have only one destination, a navigational one, and it could be worked out only through aerospace survey.
Moreover, in the US now, work is being carried out for creation of three-dimensional world map, like that on Dashka’s Stone. Till date we have not heard if the project is complete.
The great issue about compiling such a three-dimensional map is that it becomes necessary to work over too many figures.
“Try to map just a mountain!” Chuvyrov says. “The technology of compiling such maps demands super-power computers and aerospace survey from the Shuttle”.
So, who then did created this map? Chuvyrov, while speaking about the unknown cartographers, is wary : I do not like talks about some UFO and extraterrestrial. Let us call the author of the map simply “the creator”.
It looks like that who lived and built the Dashka’s Stone used air as their only means of transport : there is no ways, roads or paths, on the map. Or they, probably, used water ways.
There is also an opinion that the authors of the ancient map did not live there at all; they only prepared the place for settlement through draining the land. This seems to be the most probable version though nothing could be stated for the time being.
Why not to assume that the authors belonged to a civilization which existed earlier ?
Latest investigations of the map bring one sensation after another. Now, the scientists are sure of the map being only a fragment of a big map of the Earth. According to some hypothesis, there were totally 348 fragments like that. The other fragments could be probably somewhere near there.
In outskirts of Chandar, the scientists took over 400 samples of soil and found that the whole map had been most likely situated in the gorge of Sokolinaya Mountain (Falcon Mountain). It tore to pieces during the glacial epoch.
But if the scientists manage to gather the “mosaic”, the map should have an approximate seize of 340 x 340 m.
The map would seem to confirm the existence of an advanced civilization at a time when the world was dominated by giant reptiles. Conventional history and orthodox science declares that the first hominid did not arrive on the scene until 20 million years ago.
Hence, a date for Dashka’s Stone as early as 120 milion years ago, if confirmed, could well rewrite the history of humanity and establish forever the antiquity of man.
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” The time concept of modern archeology, and modern anthropology in general, resembles the general cosmological-historical time concept of Europe’s Judeo-Christian culture. Differing from the cyclical cosmological-historical time concepts of the early Greeks in Europe, and the Indians and others in Asia, the Judeo-Christian cosmological-historical time concept is linear and progressive. Modern archeology also shares with Judeo-Christian theology the idea that humans appear after the other major species. The author subjectively positions himself within the Vaishnava Hindu world view, and from this perspective offers a radical critique of modern generalizations about human origins and antiquity.” ~ from the Abstract to one of the papers published by Michael A Cremo, author of Forbidden Archeology.