Mysteries revisited: Russian genius claims to be the reincarnation of a Martian
By T.K. Randall
November 9, 2021 · 50 comments
Kipriyanovich in his younger days. Image Credit: YouTube / Project Camelot
Boriska Kipriyanovich has made some fantastical claims about his past life and his purpose on Earth.
Kipriyanovich, who hails from Volgograd, is not your typical genius. While his superior memory, language skills and mathematical prowess are not uncommon in savants, it is where he claims to have obtained his knowledge and abilities that makes his case particularly unusual.
According to reports, Kipriyanovich claims to be the reincarnation of an individual who once lived on the planet Mars as part of a civilization that was devastated by a nuclear conflict.
He also claims that some of his species continue to survive to this day on the Red Planet and that they are currently working to rebuild their society in the wake of the disaster.
His purpose on Earth, he maintains, is to help ensure that the same thing doesn't happen here.
While it's easy to dismiss Kipriyanovich's story as the product of an overactive imagination, there is no denying that his skills and knowledge are way above average.
According to his mother, he had gained the ability to read and draw when he was less than two years old and always maintained a keen interest in Mars and space exploration as a young child.
When he began school, his teachers were also impressed by his intellect.
But could there really be any truth to what he is saying ? Mars is a highly inhospitable place and if there was a nuclear conflict between two warring factions, there is no evidence of it on the surface today.
Furthermore, the conditions on Mars are such that it would make survival practically impossible.
Perhaps he recalls a life on some other, distant world in a far-off solar system. Then again, perhaps his 'memories' of a past life as an alien are the product of his childhood fascination with the topic.
We will probably never know for sure.
Source: Science Times
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