A group of Russian scientists led by surgeon and traveler, Ernst Muldashev, have explored Bashkir’s kurgans and bottomless lakes, discovering what seemed to them as tunnels leading to the underworld.
One of the conductors in this world, according to those involved in the expedition, are the Menhirs, or reindeer stones. Here’s a short interview with professor Muldashev.
What are Menhirs?
Menhirs (or reindeer stones) can be found in different parts of the planet Earth, but mainly in England, Tibet, Altai, Easter Island, Malta, and Bashkortostan. Some are very tall – for example, the Rudston monolith, or the Arrow of the Devil in England, reaches 7-8 meters in height. But typically, the height of Menhirs is 1-2 meters.
Many explorers have tried to reach the base of the Menhirs so they can figure out how deep they are rooted into the ground. On Easter Island, Thor Heyerdahl reached a depth of 4.5 meters, but it was clear that the enormous Menhir goes much deeper underground. In Bashkortostan, in the region of Akhunovo, there were also attempts to figure out the depth of the Menhirs, but again with no result. The same happened in Mongolia and Altai.
In 1999, an expedition in the legendary city of Gods in Tibet, found Menhirs which are more similar to periscopes. The Tibetan lamas have said that Menhirs are antennae of Shambhala and the underworld watches us through them.
They claimed that the Menhirs are long stone pillars, reaching to the underworld and there is information in them, not only on how to read minds, but how to transfer energy through them.
How many Menhirs are there in Bashkortostan?
There are several dozen. I have already mentioned that they are located along the bisector of the triangle created between Mount Kailash, the Great Pyramid of Giza and the South Pole that passed through Bashkortostan. Most Menhirs are in a vertical position, but some enter the ground sideways. The locals of Bashkortostan honor the Menhirs. There’s a place where during a construction a Menhir was destroyed and since then only bad things happen in this.
The largest group of Menhirs (twelve) is located in North Bashkorstan, in the region of Akhunovo. There are also Sadie – rocks weighing tons, placed upon three small rocks, and also dolmens – enormous circular or square rocks with cups carved inside them. Also, we could see pyramids built with rocks. One strange looking hill is considered to be a giant mound. In other words, this is a place with a “full package” of mysterious monuments of nature.
Around the Menhirs of Ankhunovo, locals very often see bright lights in the night sky, and during the day – some transparent circles. Locals see the anomalies almost every day, often in the form of twinkling flying saucer, which disappear instantly as soon as they go over the Menhirs – as if they use the rocks as tunnels and go straight into the ground.
This creates the impression that UFO’s are able to dematerialize and, in a certain state of energy, travel through the stone pillars (Menhirs) and pass on to the underworld. It is no coincidence that Tibetan lamas say that the Menhirs contain a very specific kind of energy.
Who created the Menhirs?
During the Mongolian expedition in 2006, we were told that the Menhirs rise from the ground by themselves and once they reach a certain height, they stop growing.
Do you really believe in the phenomenon of materialization-dematerialization, in which a living creature can transform into a non-physical entity?
As a doctor, I can say that without acknowledging and accepting such a phenomenon, numerous aspects of Medicine could never be explained. However, speaking of ancient writings and traditions, including the epoch of Ural-batyr, we can assume that transformation from a physical into a non-physical state once was a common phenomenon.