These kurgans were discovered by Russian scientists during an expedition in Bashkortostan. Famous surgeon and traveler, and leader of the expedition, Professor Ernst Muldashev, goes into further detail. Here’s an interview with the Professor:
As far as it is known, a couple of years ago, you studied giants’ mounds during an expedition in Syria.
Fortunately we were able to do it. Syria is an incredible country. There are 70 Atlantean cities in the area. Also, there is a tomb guarded by the Alevis – the tomb of Abel, son of Adam. The tomb measures 5.8 meters in length. It is believed that Abel passed away when he was just a child, and Adam was 11 meters tall.
Overall in Syria, especially in the region of Aleppo, we discovered 7 tombs belonging to giants. We discovered a giant footstep measuring 90 centimeters which, according to anatomic calculations, must have belonged to a 10 meter tall human who weighed 3.5 tons.
You believe that giants once existed in the region of Bashkortostan?
The epos of “Ural Batyr”, describes a lot of giants (Katil, Kahkara, Azrak, etc.), especially Ural Batyr himself, who describes himself as a giant human riding an enormous lion.
During which period could have the events described in the epos happened? There are no lions in Bashkortostan, let alone giant ones…Or was the epos of “Ural Batyr” borrowed?
It is unlikely that the epos was borrowed – peoples’ legends are usually connected with some local place. More likely, the epos describes a cataclysm, called The Little Flood, that occurred on Earth some 13 000 years ago. This cataclysm is described by Plato and Blavatsky and even a date is given.
What mounds of giants were you able to find in Bashkortostan?
The possible tomb of Ural Batyr, a 23 by 6 meters stone oval, which is located in the mountainous region not far from Mount Shatak.
For centuries, people from Bashkortostan believe that Ural Batyr was buried in that exact place. Farida Aitbaeva brought psychics to the place and they claimed that they can actually see giant bones 4 meters deep into the ground.
One more possible giant’s tomb is located in the Yurmatau Mountain, South Ural. This is a 7 by 3 meters area devoid of any grass. From ancient times, locals have worshipped the place. People often lose their orientation here and animals avoid it.
Very close to the Akhunovian Menhirs, at the end of the meadow, there is a strange hill measuring 50 by 20 meters, which is also believed by locals to be a tomb of a giant.
But the most interesting is the unusual stone mound 150 meters in diameter and 50 meters in height, as if it was purposely piled on among the thick forest not far from the village of Burzyan. According to the legend, it is believed that inside, in a sitting position, sleeps a 5 meter giant.
The fact that the giant is sleeping in a sitting position is of great importance, since it reminds of the phenomenon, called Somati, or the self-preservation of the human body. One can fall into a state of Somati only in sitting position and only in caves, where the temperature is constantly 4 degrees Celsius.
Tibetan lamas claim that in the state of Somati, the body thickens and metabolic processes halt. The body can survive for thousands or millions of years. When it is necessary for the body to rise again and continue its active life, the soul returns to the body, since it is united with it through the so called silver fiber.
In the East, they believe that Somati is a base of the human gene pool and that on Earth, a large number of humans from previous civilizations of giants (Atlantis and Lemuria), live in the state of Somati to this day.