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Russian boy claims he used to live on Mars


Posted on Tuesday, 7 November, 2017 | Comment icon 84 comments

Boriska has been described by some as an 'Indigo child'. Image Credit: YouTube / Project Camelot
Boriska Kipriyanovich, who has baffled doctors for 20 years, claims he lived on Mars in his past life.
Only a few months after Boriska was born, both his parents and his doctors knew that there was something special about him.

He started to speak before he was even a year old and could read, write and draw by the age of two.

Perhaps the most intriguing thing of all about him however was his remarkable recollections of living a past life on Mars, complete with knowledge of subjects that he had never even been taught.

According to Boriska, before being reborn as a human on Earth, he lived a life on a 'war-ravaged' Mars that had been decimated by a nuclear catastrophe at some point in the distant past.

The inhabitants, he claims, who are still living there now in a network of underground caves, breath carbon dioxide rather than oxygen and are 'immortal' in that they stop ageing when they reach 35.

He also maintains that they are a technologically advanced race with interstellar travel capabilities.

Now 20, Boriska has also claimed that Earth will go through a dramatic change after the secrets of the Sphinx are 'unlocked' via a mechanism hidden behind the ancient Egyptian monument's ear.

An extensive interview with Boriska recorded in 2007 can be viewed below.


Source: Deccan Chronicle | Comments (84)

Tags: Boriska Kipriyanovich, Mars

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Comment icon #75 Posted by LucidElement on 15 November, 2017, 6:38
  Something like this ?? ..look I’m not saying the kid was from mars but it’s hell of an interesting read.... he is offering details below that you didn’t know and only or confirm , you would clearly have to wait till later. Like when humans truly explore Mars. So I guess you get 1-2,   ”He insists there is a lot more to be discovered on Earth pointing to the Great Pyramid of Giza which he says hides big secrets. “The human life will change when the Sphinx is opened, it has an opening mechanism somewhere behind the ear; I do not remember exactly,” claims Boriska. Boriska explains the catastrop... [More]
Comment icon #76 Posted by JesseCuster on 15 November, 2017, 6:46
Technically it's true that those things he said are things that nobody knew.  That's simply because they're silly things that aren't true and have no factual basis.  It would only be impressive if those things happen to be true, but there's no reason to think them to be true, and lots of reasons to think them untrue. I can claim lots of silly things that I couldn't know are true.  But one reason for that is because they aren't true and are just made up.  Like this guy's silly claims about Mars, the pyramids and the Sphinx.
Comment icon #77 Posted by Kenemet on 15 November, 2017, 7:44
No.  What he's got there are things that come from fringe sites (and have likely been told to him -- "Oh, you know what?  Edgar Cayce said... (blah blah blah) was that what he meant?" -- and bingo, someone's told the kid something that he will incorporate into his memories as being real (as further clarifying what he said when in all honesty he's being given false information.)  And "breathing pipes" wouldn't work... because anything that grew up on Mars under that very thin atmosphere would have their lungs crushed by Earth's atmosphere. Someday someone will point that out and his story will ... [More]
Comment icon #78 Posted by Rlyeh on 15 November, 2017, 16:53
As Kenemet has pointed out his claims aren't even original.
Comment icon #79 Posted by Nuclear Wessel on 15 November, 2017, 17:58
... and this child could not have gone and learned about these things himself? Even if things weren't explicitly "taught" to him, that doesn't mean that he didn't pick things up or learn about them on his own.
Comment icon #80 Posted by jaylemurph on 15 November, 2017, 21:14
All you have to do to prove me wrong is provide clear-cut positive evidence of alien life. I'd offer to sit here and politely wait for you to do so, but we both are fully aware you cannot do this. No one on the planet's done that. I'm not saying it will never happen, but I am saying *you* aren't ever going to be the one making the announcement, so your bravado certainty is oddly misplaced. --Jaylemurph
Comment icon #81 Posted by psyche101 on 16 November, 2017, 3:50
I honestly don't see how. Something is true or it is not. Belief is a way of sidestepping the pursuit of knowledge. People tend to believe because it confirms to their personal ideals. Confirmation bias all the way.
Comment icon #82 Posted by LucidElement on 16 November, 2017, 5:23
What about the individuals who swear they have been abducted .? Swear that they’ve seen alien life ?
Comment icon #83 Posted by jaylemurph on 16 November, 2017, 12:25
I'm sure they have plenty to chat over with the people who swear they're Napoleon. --Jaylemurph
Comment icon #84 Posted by LucidElement on 16 November, 2017, 20:15
I Swear I Saw Elvis and not just in Vegas =)


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