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In one of my blogs, I wrote about a vision of one of my past lives, at the end of the Atlantean period, about 12,000 years ago, when I was living a simple life in a small village in the countryside. I saw a brilliant light dome flashing up at the horizon. A little while later a strong air displacement, or wind, caused by the explosion, blew through the village toppling the houses. By this vision I understood that the Atlanteans were playing with some pretty powerful weapons. The explosion I saw was not a nuclear explosion as we understand it, but it was an immense release of energy. I have no idea what kind of energy weapons they had, but they were able to release a great amount of energy that would easily level an entire city. Maybe that was the case in my vision.
The other day I was watching a video on YouTube, recorded at the UFO Research (NSW) Incorporated meeting held on the 16 April 2016 at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club, NSW, Australia. At the meeting, Steven Strong from Forgotten Origin mentions in his Presentation (about 2 hours into the presentation) that he went up to a remote site in the Blue Mountains, Australia (it's in New South Wales, in the south-east of the island) that was undiscovered until the 1950's, and very difficult to get to. At that place he found numerous rocks that were cut by technology. He found large stone gutters, a stone pathway, and melted rocks all over the place. The eerie thing about the place was that there were no birds, animals or insects. He had taken three women with him, and when they were back from their trip, all three women began coughing blood. He thinks that the place was once a metal producing facility that was blown up.
Here is a picture he showed of one of the melted rocks:
What caught my attention is that the three women had severe bodily reactions after visiting the site. It seems that that the area still is contaminated with some kind of strong radiation is that is very unhealthy. One could speculate that it might be due to a heavy concentration of radioactive material that is still able, after so many thousands of years, exert immediate harm on living beings. If the women had kicked up and inhaled dust, that would explain why their lungs and/or aerial passage ways were damaged to the point that they were bleeding.
There were men among the local hunters who would sleep in these rooms. But then they began to fall seriously ill, and those who had spent several nights in a row there soon died.
An account from Mikhail Koretsky from Vladivostok (in 1996), who had visited some of the 'cauldrons' himself, mentions the strangeness of the place and the ill effects on the body:
"I was there three times. The first time was in 1933, when I was ten - I traveled with my father when he went there to earn some money - then in 1937, without my father. And the last time was in 1947 as part of a group of youngsters.
"The íValley of Deathí extends along a right-hand tributary of the Viliuy River. In point of fact it is a whole chain of valleys along its flood lands. All three times I was there with a guide, a Yakut. We didnít go there because life was good, but because there, in the back of beyond, you could pan for gold without the threat that at the end of the season youíd be robbed or get a bullet in the back of your head.
"As for mysterious objects, there are probably a lot of them there, as in three seasons I saw seven of those ícauldronsí. They all struck me as totally perplexing: for one thing, there was their size - between six and nine meters in diameter.
"Secondly, they were made of some strange metal. Everyone has written that they were made of copper, but Iím sure it isnít copper. The thing is that even a sharpened cold chisel will not mark the ícauldronsí (we tried more than once). The metal doesnít break off and canít be hammered. On copper, a hammer would definitely have left noticeable dents. But this ícopperí is covered over with a layer of some unknown material resembling emery. Yet itís not an oxidation layer and not scale - it canít be chipped or scratched, either.
"We didnít come across shafts going down into the ground with chambers. But I did note that the vegetation around the ícauldronsí is anomalous - totally different from whatís growing around. Itís more opulent: large-leaved burdock; very long withes; strange grass, one and a half or two times the height of a man. In one of the ícauldronsí, the whole group of us (six people) spent the night. We didnít sense anything bad, and we calmly left without any sort of unpleasant occurrences. Nobody fell seriously ill afterwards. Except that three months later, one of my friends lost all his hair. And on the left side of my head (the side I slept on), three small sore spots the size of match-heads appeared. Iíve tried to get rid of them all my life, but theyíre still with me today.Ē
Because some of the unbreakable metal domes were broken, this might suggest that they were destroyed by an intense explosion. Combined with anomalous vegetation around them, and the apparent radiation effects on the physical body of those whose skin was in contact with the earth, all this is indicative of a lingering radioactivity of the place due to some kind of strong energetic explosion in the distant past.
Artist rendering of the metal domes:
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There are other ancient sites that have been found that show signs of being blown to pieces.
A recently discovered site is in Gornaya Shoria, in Southern Siberia, east of the Altai Mountains. The megalithic stones that once made up a building(s) are spread all over the terrain as if blown away by a tremendous force. I have written about it in my article of A Megalithic Site in Siberia. I am mentioning this site here because the melted rocks Steven Strong found in Australia. At Gornaya Shoria, there are also signs of a tremendous release of energy producing intense heat that melted and 'scooped out' rock material from a rock wall: