Part 1: The people of the Gobi , Chapter 2: Yukagirs

A couple youkaguir …

DESTINATION EARTH

Earth is the aim 6 , Exoduses and survivors

Part 5: The people of the Gobi

Chapter 2: Yukagirs

The exodus

Chiyou wars and Yi, lasted from – 2650 – 2350, about …

The Tocharian massacred villagers édenistes Gobi

As long conflict, this exodus of many generations

One by one, ethnicities covered by the ground war and hungry for the destruction of nuclear weapons and air had to leave this valley became a hell Gobi

Geographically, there were not many options for the leak: to the east, Tocharian, west édénistes other to the south, the Altai Mountains, it remains that the North: Siberia

Tell the order in which ethnic groups are parts occupy a new territory is not really known, so we will simply describe the movement of people from east to west

The Yukagirs

The Yukagirs, ethnicity édeniste Valley Gobi, went into exile in Yakutia, Sakha Republic today, is part of Siberia

There are about 4500 years, they occupied the eastern Siberian Yenisey River to the Kolyma River

They apparently well integrated with the Inuit people, the first inhabitants of this region, they have improved the lifestyle of nomadic seminomadic

The Inuit were nomadic hunters of wild reindeer

The Yukagirs brought them their technical mastery and reindeer herding

In winter, they settled in houses half-buried, covered with earth and snow

This new population has since undergone many new invasions, and the current populations of the region are from only a very small percentage of its first occupants

Language Yukagir

Their language is related to Finno-Ugric languages, at least what’s left …

Indeed, the Yukagirs as their language, are endangered

There would be a little less than 200 Yukagirs over 4 million km ² …

It is quite normal when you consider the mixtures more or less forced population as diverse since more than 4000 years

Finno-Ugric

The Finno-Ugric languages ​​are so called by modern linguists of the 18th and 19th century

It is common roots and languages ​​of different Indo-European languages, Altaic, Turkish, Semitic or other

These languages ​​mainly spoken in Finland and two sides of the Urals, are still in use today

Siberia

But what attracts the world in Siberia?

Until the 19th century, immigrants are mostly from being coerced, forced off their land by war

From the 20th century, immigrants came and forced labor by the Soviet government or misery, to exploit the immense potential mining and energy in this region

Siberia, an area of ​​13.1 million square kilometers, or about 24 times the size of France, has a population of 39 million or about 3 per km ²

It extends from the Urals in the west to the Pacific Ocean to the east, and the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Altai Mountains in southern

The climate is cold and continental, low relief is crossed by huge rivers

Siberia is rich in oil and natural gas

It represents 25% of world diamond production

There are also deposits of virtually all metals due to the lack of ice cover during the Quaternary: gold, silver, lead, molybdenum, zinc, etc …

Inuit mythology

Inuit mythology is animistic and shamanistic

It has neither gods nor cosmogony

It therefore relates to the earth, the elements, animals and spirits, including those of the deceased ancestors

It is of course directly related to their harsh environment

Current Inuit have adapted Christianity to their traditional beliefs

The creation of the Inuit world

In the beginning, there was a man and a woman

The woman asked Kaila, spirit of heaven, to populate the earth

He sent a hole in the ice to fish

Women then left the hole, one by one, all the animals

Caribou was the last

Kaila said that the caribou was his gift, the best he can do as he would feed his people

Caribou multiplied and the son could hunt, eat her flesh, clothing and tents make his skin

The son of the woman always chose the big fat caribou

One day, he remained only the weak and sick whose Inuit would not

The woman then complained to Kaila, who sent on ice to dig a hole

She fished the wolf, sent by Amarok, spirit wolf, for he eats the weak and sick animals

Thus according to Inuit mythology, the caribou feeds the wolf, but the wolf that keeps the caribou healthy

The shaman

The shaman is the intermediary between man and nature spirits

He is the wise, counselor, healer and seer

To assert his will he wears ornaments ritual

It communicates with the spirit world by ceremonies and trances

The secret of his powers is protected to guarantee him his high status in the community

The shamans of Siberia

Siberian shamans are very powerful as they travel between worlds climbing in the world tree or flying

Siberian shamans have a cosmogonic mythology

Shamanism was born at the same time that the world

The first shaman was the son of the sky god

He would come to earth in the form of an eagle

This gift of shamanism it is too difficult to bear, he returned to évenque

This woman was then sent this gift to her husband Buryat

The cult of the sacred eagle is widespread among all Siberian shamans

Eagle feathers adorned the hats of traditional shamans of Tuva

On Olkhon Island, lives in the head of 13 inhabitants of heaven

There is the sacred mount Jima, peaking at 1274 meters, where shamans live in the northern leaders called the blond-headed eagle

Morgon-Kara

Morgon-Kara, Buryat shaman of the Baikal region, has the power to bring the dead back to life

The lord of the dead was very angry against men because they complained upstairs, the god of the sky, the death of one of their

The sky god had locked the soul of this man in a bottle

With its magical tambourine, Morgon-Kara went to the world of spirits and found the man’s soul trapped in the bottle

He then turned wasp stung and the sky god in front

The god of the sky was so surprised that he freed the soul trapped in a false move

The shaman could then bring man on earth

Siberian legends

Siberians are the people on the ground like in the middle of a series of three, five or seven worlds, stacked one above the other

Worlds above belong to the good gods and spirits and those below to bad gods and spirits

A shaft connects these worlds as the tree Yggdrasil

One of the legends of creation of the earth tells us that the gods and Chagan Shukuty Otshirvani descended from heaven and found the land covered by water

Otshirvani and Chagan-Shukuty a frog sitting on a turtle pushed repeatedly to the bottom, which dropped a little mud whenever the shell

When the gods have piled enough mud on the back of the turtle, it sank, leaving the earth to the surface of the water

Otshirvani also took the form of a giant bird that fought a great evil serpent called Losy

But to live on the earth, he had to destroy the sun and moons that have made the world too hot and too cold

The hero who will fight called the god of the sea, which melts the iron kettle to make iron arrows

The heroes used to draw on the sun and the moon

The hero could then follow a golden bird to the world tree

The bird changed after many forms, has become a woman, wanted to marry the hero

Another legend speaks of a great Siberian flood and a hero who saved his family

The creator god Ulgen told a man named Nama to build a boat

In the boat, Nama is accompanied by his wife and his three son, other people and many animals

The boat has all the saved from the flood and they could live on the land once it was dry Years later, when Nama was close to his death, his wife told him that if he had killed all animals and people he had saved in his boat, he would become king of the dead in the afterlife

The son of Nama argued that the killing was a sin, then Nama killed his wife and son took the righteous to heaven, where he became a star constellation

Siberian mythology

Siberian mythology speaks of a world where humans and animals and respect each other, where the animals had souls and could change shape

Mythologies of Siberia are derived from the beliefs and myths of a number of different peoples mixed with animist and shamanic bases Inuit

We find the tree Yggdrasil, the Norse legends, that is to say Atlanteans, probably transmitted by kelts, Tocharian allies in the wars of Gobi, and whose presence is attested by triskells found in this area

It is also possible that they were sent by the Vanir and Aesir when contacting people who migrated to northern Norway and have returned to Siberia

Gods and Chagan Shukuty Otshirvani are from the Japanese Kojiki, that is to say Atlantean

Transmission could be in the wars of the Gobi where the Atlanteans were allies of japan Tocharian or by subsequent Japanese invasion

The adaptation of the legends of Yi and the 10 suns clearly designates the enemy are the Atlanteans who attack with their suns

The Yukagirs are indeed a people édeniste Valley Gobi and war is well described as a nuclear first too hot, then too cold …

The legend of the flood and Noah, here called Nama, it confirms that it is a nation of origin édeniste

What is interesting in this story is the death of Noah who went to heaven, accompanied by his son to become a constellation: one must understand that they have been frozen for back into space

These are the same stories we content aborigines we describe the technology gods for their eyes

As soon as the stories of the Bible legends, compiled – 700 to + 358, we reach populations by unpolluted by Christianity, we obtain versions closer to reality gods: that is to say, consistent with Technology of the gods …

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5 Responses to Part 1: The people of the Gobi , Chapter 2: Yukagirs

  1. Roldan says:

    My, this website of yours has a vast wealth of knowledge! Fascinating, going through the vast amount of info here! This is clearly no ordinary blog, but actually, a book, two volumes! Have you tried publishing your books?

    Also, I’d be interested in seeing the sources you used for these. Most of these I already know of, but for some of them, I’d sure love to do more in-depth investigation… That is, if you can.

    • DOUGLAS MOONSTONE says:

      hy and thanks for so nice comment – no i did not yet got the interrest of a publisher as well with a total of nearly 400 000 visits … may be one will be awaked one day …
      sources are from books , archeology , others peoples searches
      the way it works , is i found a main line guiding my searches
      every new finding thing in books , searches or archeology give me then confirmation the way of my line is right
      i never let a point not cleared and i have to search about it since i find how it works
      in 6 years publishing on my blogs i get only TWO readers who find an error and on their remark i correct my writting but it did not change anything on the line , it was only about a little detail

      anyway thanks for support and if you know a publisher you can tell him he is welcome
      regards
      douglas

  2. Roldan says:

    Oh, that is a real shame you couldn’t find anyone who could publish your books. You still trying to find a publisher? I mean, there’s books out about the pyramid energies, lost civilisations (Like the Vedic Aryans being indigenous to India, existing thousands of years ago, & how the Kurgan hypothesis disproven), the works of Graham Hancock & David Wilcock, re-surgence in the old ways of life before Abrahamism came & distorted the past, destroying & re-writing ones, and that’s a few to name. I believe your book deserves to be published, if they can do it. I’d want to find a publisher for you when I can, but I don’t know where to find one here in the states, and you living in France, this could be very hard to do. If I could do to afford to travel, and remember most of my French…

    Hmm, I see. Yeah, a compilation from other works., not that I ever doubted your words. I’ve done enough reading to say that there’s a lot more than just what’s said mainstream wise. Oh, it’s just exciting to think what humanity had in a distant past! Clearly, they were doing more than just throwing rocks & spears at each other, haha. The ancient Vedic culture in India, Arkaim, Stonehenge, the Sphinx being much older than what is believed, the underwater structures, the descriptions of flying machines in the Vimanika Shastra & what is described as an atomic bomb in the Mahabharata, the similarities of flood myths all over the world, the Clovis culture, and more to name, it’s just overwhelming! It sure makes one wonder what was really lost in the past, what was suppressed, and if humanity, at some point, got amnesia, and can’t seem to remember a certain past. I sure do hope & believe humanity can re-awaken before something bad really happens, as things seem to be right now.

    Oh, if I could find a publisher for you, I certainly would so, if I knew where one is, and if he/she can go to France to meet you. I, too, will do this one day,as I am currently writing a story series myself that I’ve been working on for several years now, and this sort of research pertains a lot to what I am writing about, which I hope to travel around the world one day, then the arts, and… Oh, I just rambled a lot, didn’t I?

    • DOUGLAS MOONSTONE says:

      hy roldan

      thanks for this kind hot support
      i appreciate a lot

      of course , im still trying to find a publisher , and if you can help , its really nice from you

      concerning the history , its a difference beetween explaining a mistery , which stays a nice interestic story , who please to everybody , and re-builting our history from a puzzle built from explained misteries
      particularly , if it involded basis of the three main religions
      when you think bible was began to be built from – 700 by king josias and ended to be written in + 358 …
      when you read mayas , chinese , vedics , aborigin and others legends telling facts related in the bible , you see that some different things are related , which differences are all the same in the texts not rewritten by christians
      also , lot of facts are just forgotten …
      that make from my book , an engaged one , and lot of publishers dont want to go in this way

      in france they are no publishers : they are only printers …
      if you want to be published in france , you must be from 3 main categories , what ever you write :
      – public persons ( just have to sign )
      – friends and family of the publisher
      – reconized ancient authors
      if you take totality of all publishers in france , the number of new authors not of these 3 categories , is only arounding 10 , in 1 year !

      for the publisher , i have done a synopsis , and i can send him also the full text by email
      if an american publisher is interested , he can buy the rights for states , or in english language , or worldwide , like he want
      then he will receive the french text to give to his habitual translator
      he can also drive the french edition through his french agent
      im open to everything
      main thing to clear is that in the blog , i use a lot of illustrations to make it nicer to see and read
      of corse , if we publish , they will be very few illustrations , just the necessary ones , and from my own or by authorised copyright
      also , of course , i will drive my blog as per the will of the publisher
      im also ready to discuss with the publisher if he comes to france or i can come to state , if my ticket and stay is payed
      as im retired , im not waiting on rights to live , but my budget dont include overseas travels

      and if once you come to france or i to states , i will be very pleased to meet you
      im dreaming too , if my rights will allow me one day , to travel around the world to make my own pics of archeology and complete my researches
      everybody must held dreams to make life nice …

      have a nice day
      regards
      douglas

  3. silver price says:

    Traditionally Evenks used reindeer for transportation. The number of reindeer ranged from a few animals per family up to two or three dozens. Reindeer breeding is presently the basic occupation of Evenks in the taiga and tundra areas of northern and central Siberia, and far south towards the Baykal and Amur districts. Summer pastures are in the watershed areas, winter pastures in the river basins. Reindeer breeders traditionally hunted wild reindeer as a secondary occupation, mostly in small groups, seasonally, at river crossings. Nomadism is crucial for the Evenk breeding culture. Since Soviet collectivisation started, nomads were forced to settle and experienced a subsequent dissolution of their social pattern and cultural identity. Modern trends to revive nomadism as well as the associated subsistence pattern and social structure are pursued. Reindeer are used for travel (riding animals) and transportation and herded without dogs. Modern transportation has only partly substituted the reindeer.

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