The Lost History of Man


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The Boy from Mars

In the year 2004, at the age of seven years old, a Russian boy Boris Kipriyanovich, better known as "Boriska" (little Boris), began to speak around the campfire at an expedition in Medvedetskaya, an anomaly zone located in the north of the Volgograd region. In vivid detail he told the crew about his memories from a past life on the planet Mars; Their spaceships, their travels to different planets, megalithic cities, the legendary ancient civilization of Lemuria, and the Mayan civilisation.

Many of the crew members were stunned by his profound knowledge, his specific terminology and his high intellect for a seven years old boy, and because of this, they didn't believe he was just making this all up. His story lasted for about a hour and a half and was taped by a voice recorder.


Boriska said the planet Mars was habitable when he lived there. However, because the planet lost its atmosphere due to a raging war, its few remaining inhabitants were forced to live in underground cities. He told he often flew in a spaceship to the earth on missions that involved trade and scientific research, including the transportation of water from Earth to Mars in an attempt to restore its atmosphere. This happened with several space ships and he descriped a mother ship as a large cylindrical shaped vessel that could transport smaller space ships. (The cylindrical shape makes one think about the Atlantean "Vailx"; another clue in the direction that the Vailx could be based on ancient Martian technology.) In earth's time frame this was during the end of the Lemurian civilization - some 80,000 years ago he thought - when there at one time occured a huge catastrophe when the continent of Lemuria broke apart and eventually disappeared under water. The Lemurians destroyed themselves because they lacked spirituality, "magic" did the rest.

When he was five years old he began to speak about a planet he called "Proserpina", which was broken in bits by a cosmic disaster which happened million years ago. Its inhabitants were transported to the "fifth dimension", a parallel world to our known dimension. Seen from Mars, Boriska did witness the destruction. He told earth is a conscious living being who took care for the children of Proserpina to educate them. At the moment there will be born children who will be able to recognise this planet, who feel themselves "alien". Sometimes they meet each other in dreams.

Later in 2005, there was a new planet discovered that was orbiting beyond Pluto's track, which was also named after the Roman goddess Proserpina, which means "to emerge", but has of course nothing to do with the destroyed planet Boriska talks about. (More about Boriska's story: www.phils.com.au/boris.php, and Project Camelot's interview.)

Could there once have been another, now lost planetary body within our solar system? During the 18th century, in the view of the now-discredited "Titius-Bode Law" (a rule that predicts the spacing of the planets in the Solar System), it was considered that once yet another planet had existed in our Solar System between Mars and Jupiter. This planet was given names like "Phaeton" and "Astera" by astronomers. (The Greek word "astra" means "star", and the word "asteroid" is derived from this.) This planet may also have been known as "Maldek" in Theosophical circles.

According to the ancient Sumerian epic of creation: the "Enuma Elish", in the view of Zecharia Sitchin, this was the planet "Tiamat" that was destroyed during a great collision with the planet "Nibiru"; Its largest chunks settled into a new orbit and became the earth (Ki) and the moon (Kingu) respectively, and its smaller debris formed the ring we know today as the "asteroid belt", between Mars and Jupiter. However, part of the text that deals with what was created out of the large half of Tiamat is vague enough to suggest that it also could have been another planet of the size of the earth, like the planet Venus.

(More information about the planet Maldek from many different sources at: karljahn.tripod.com/Maldek.php and www.lyratek.com/maldek.php.)



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