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Aincient town of Arkaim - Vedic Academy

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Hello everybody!

Thought to draw your attention to recently discovered in Chelybinsk region of Russia aincient town of Arkaim dated to the 20th century BC as it used to be a scientific centre where Vedic sages (volhves) lived and created images transforming them into rituals and rites based on Universal Laws, Laws of God.

Here is an article about Arkaim from "Pravda" newspaper.

Scientists have discovered mysterious circles on the area of the ancient Russian town of Arkaim, which is the same age with Egypt and Babylon

President Putin has recently visited one of the most mysterious places on planet Earth - the ruins of the ancient town of Arkaim, which is situated on the outskirts of the city of Chelyabinsk.

Historians, archaeologists and ufologists have spent many years trying to unravel the secrets of the town. Which nation was living in Arkaim more than 40 centuries ago?

How did people of such ancient civilization manage to accomplish such incredible technological progress, which still seems to be unachievable today?

A group of Russian researchers, with Vadim Chernobrovy at the head, has recently returned from the mysterious region.

The scientists said that specialists and students had built numerous tent camps around Arkaim.

The Arkaim valley in the south of Ural was supposed to be flooded in 1987: local authorities were going to create a water reservoir there to irrigate drought stricken fields.

However, scientists found strange "circles" in the center of the valley and in order to investigate them, the authorities gave archaeologists 12 months to explore the area.

Scientists were shocked to find out that Arkaim was the same age as Egypt and Babylon, and a little older than Troy and Rome.

Gennady Zdanovich, the chairman of the archaeological expedition in Ural had to prove the scientific significance of Arkaim to regional officials. "We achieved what seemed to be absolutely unreal: the multi-million construction project in the region was shut down," the scientist said.

Archaeological excavations indicated that the people, who inhabited Arkaim, represented one of the most ancient Indo-European civilizations, particularly the branch, which is referred to as the Aryan culture. Arkaim turned out to be not only a town, but also a temple and an astronomic observatory.

"A flight above Arkaim on board a helicopter gives you an incredible impression. The huge concentric circles on the valley are clearly visible. The town and its outskirts are all enclosed in the circles.

We still do not know, what point the gigantic circles have, whether they were made for defensive, scientific, educational, or ritual purposes.

Some researchers say that the circles were actually used as the runway for an ancient spaceport," Vadim Chernobrovy said.

Researchers discovered that the ancient town was equipped with a storm sewage system, which helped Arkaim's residents avoid floods. The people were protected against fires as well: timbered floorings and houses themselves were imbued with fireproof substance. It was a rather strong compound, the remnants of which can still be found in the ruins of the town.

Each house was outfitted with "all modern conveniences," as they would say nowadays. There was a well, an oven and dome-like food storage in every house. The well was branching out into two underground trenches: one of them was directed to the oven and the other one ended in the food storage.

The trenches were used to supply chilly air to the oven and to the food storage. The cool air from the trenches also created a very powerful traction force in the Aryan oven, which made it possible to smelt bronze there.

The central square in Arkaim was the only object of square shape in the town. Judging upon traces of bonfires that were placed in a specific order on the square, the site was used as a site for certain rituals.

Arkaim was built according to a previously projected plan as a single complicated complex, which also had an acute orientation to astronomic objects.

While archaeologists are meticulously brushing dust off ancient stones in an attempt to recreate the lifestyle of Arkaim's residents, ufologists study mysterious phenomena, which they register in the town: inexplicable fluctuations of voltage, magnetic field tension, temperatures and so on.

Source: Pravda: by Natalia Leskova,(Translated by: Dmitry Sudakov)

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Pravda is not a reliable source for news...at all. Their publications are often heavily exaggerated or false altogether. Unfortunately we get a lot of stories from Pravda on this forum, so you're not alone in mistaking them as a valid news source.

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Still, it looks like a fascinating place to visit and I hopethe work keeps up on it.

The ancient Aryans were not an imaginary people so they had to have come from somewhere.

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The linguistic evidence is that the Indo-Iranians were the first to exploit the chariot, leading what is sometimes called the first wave of Indo-Iranian expansion. This expansion went into the Caucasus, the Iranian plateau, Afganistan, and, most significantly, India. They also intruded into Mesopotamia and Syria, and introduced the horse and chariot culture to this part of the world.

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It would be wonderful if they were to find there the oldest chariots in the world.

Perhaps a burial site may include one or two. :yes:

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"The sky watcher" - one of the small figures found in Arkaim

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Those are some pretty high cheek bones on that figure.

I bet they were a good looking people.

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I am sure they were! :)

They also were very fast thinking, imaginative, creative and physically strong.

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i consider pravda as reliable as any other news-media source--lol

when i'm cleaning my AK-47 , or drinking vodka--i like to kick back and read pravda or check in on their website . if nothing else they have a sense of humor-- something ABC,NBC and FOX don't have--lol

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Arkaim was one of the sacred places on the Earth I am sure.

Official history of Russia we learnt at schools and Universities used to declare there were no towns on its territory 3-4 thousand years ago, only small vilages scattered all around where people lived like savages.

What a suprise to discover the Land of Cities (upto 20 towns) dated to the 20th century BC!

And Arkaim was different from other towns, it was a temple, an observatory and a scientific centre.

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Arkaim - aincient Observatory.

The similarity of latitude, date, and size led some archaeoastronomists (Bystrushkin 2003) to compare Arkaim with Stonehenge in England. According to their claims, the Neolithic observatory at Stonehenge allowed for observation of 15 astronomical phenomena using 22 elements, whereas the contemporaneous observatory at Arkaim allowed for observation of 18 astronomical phenomena using 30 elements. The precision of measurements in Stonehenge is estimated at 10 arc-minutes to a degree, that in Arkaim being put at 1 arc-minute. Such a precision of astronomical observations was not repeated until the compilation of Almagest about 2 millennia later.

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