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Megaliths of Kolyma

Megaliths of Kolyma

The remains of megalithic structures are found at different ends of the earth and even under water, our Far East is no exception.

Today - a little about megaliths near Magadan, only 30 km from the city, but they were discovered quite recently. Maybe because this gold-bearing land of permafrost, rich in precious metals and minerals, has a harsh climate and is not very suitable for walking. More often, ancient megalithic ruins are spoken of in places with a milder climate. In addition, Kolyma was a closed zone for almost half a century, so any information about those regions was a secret "with seven seals."

Last year Magadan journalist Beznutrov Igor Alekseevich published pictures of his findings. Experts may again say that this is a natural formation, weathering, etc., but, to my unprofessional view, these stone formations are very reminiscent of the creations of human hands.

Nature, it seems to me, does not stack so smoothly and foldingly many-toned stone blocks. They are more reminiscent of the remnants of the wall of an ancient structure.

The "stone bowl" may have served as a stand for something, for example, columns, although there is another version for stones of this form: similar ones are found elsewhere on the planet, they are called "cups", according to one hypothesis, this Ritual bowls for sacrifices.



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