Tartary Empire - Beyond The Fringe
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From Hero Protagonist

In the Southern Urals, near the village of Chandar in 1999 Chuvyrov professor discovered a stone slab on which was drawn a relief map of the West-Siberian region, made technologies unknown to modern science. Such a map can not be created today.


In addition to the natural landscape, this three-dimensional map for the creation of which, at a minimum, we need artificial satellites, the system shows two canals with a total length of twelve thousand kilometers wide by five meters, as well as twelve dams, 300-500 meters wide, long and ten kilometers and a depth of three kilometers.
Not far from the diamond-shaped channels site ...

On a stone slab were written signs caused hieroglyphic-syllabic script, which for some reason immediately attributed to the ancient Chinese language, which in the future is not completely confirmed.
We hammered the idea of primitive Slavs Slav so ingrained into the brains of Russian scientists that they did not even had the idea that the inscriptions in the Slavic-Aryan runes and, with the help of the latter, all the numerous inscriptions on the stone slab can be read.

Hmmm...

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The Controversial Dashka Stone: 120 Million-Year-Old Map? 
4 SEPTEMBER, 2016 - 14:53 KERRY SULLIVAN
The Controversial Dashka Stone: 120 Million-Year-Old Map?
   
The Dashka Stone is a controversial artifact that it is believed by some to be the guidelines used by the architect of the world. Known as the Map of the Creator, this stone tablet has baffled researchers since its discovery in 1999. As impossible as it may seem, Russian experts believe the stone map, could be 120 million years old.

The Dashka slab depicts not only the environs of the Ural Mountains, but also a series of civil engineering projects including 7457 miles (12,000 km) of channels, several dams, and hieroglyphic notations of unknown origin. The accuracy and perspective of the map suggest that it was created from an aerial point of observation. The hieroglyphs have not, as of the time of writing, been deciphered but are thought to be related to an ancient form of Chinese.

Map of the Creator

Map of the Creator ( urbanexplorerxfiles)

Archeologists from the Bashkir State University discovered the Dashka stone in the Ural Mountains of eastern Russia on July 21, 1999. The discoverers were immediately struck by the size of the tablet. It measures 58 inches (148 cm) high, 42 inches (106 cm) wide, 6 inches (16 cm) thick, and weighs one ton. Upon further examination, the researchers were even more stunned: the tablet appears to show a highly accurate topographical map of Bashkiria, a specific area of the Ural Mountains, at a scale of approximately 1:1.1km. Alexandr Chuvyrov, a professor at Bashkir State University who led the team, named the stone Dashka in honor of his granddaughter who was born on that day.
Neat thread!

I stumbled across a forum a while back that is really into the mud flood thing (I don't know, but it's interesting to say the least). Check it out:
Stolen History

https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/py...kings.428/

https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/tar...a-once.40/

https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/ta...a-once.40/
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https://www.stolenhistory.org/threads/ta...a-once.40/
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https://youtu.be/trTR-Ogq6Ps

http://vkraina.com
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From Wingsprint


https://ancientmistery.weebly.com/origin...years.html
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https://youtu.be/fDfn4PevTAw



https://youtu.be/WaeEJeyYaL8



https://youtu.be/TbQMplPvA7k



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https://youtu.be/VVH8eyfToR4

Here's a book reading. Hope it doesn't hurt your head.
There are 7 books documenting dates, this reading provides the method.
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From Farm Hand

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Do spellings matter?  It almost seems like "Tartar"  is being wiped from existence in  favor of "Tatar"

Stalin's deportation of Tartars according to http://www.crimeahistory.org/crimean-tartars/
Vs.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deportat...ean_Tatars

I thought I read that they tried to divert the idea by melting it with the other name from the Turkey area...or Ottoman empire...which they are trying to erase now...one of the videos had a discussion about that....

and of course the real story of Armenia....review the history of Armenia also...because of the Arc I guess...to...
Listened to the video earlier and found it interesting, just unable to critique do to the newness of the subject.  Found an angry blogger who insists Tatar should used over Tartar even though historically both terms were used.  

https://lobelog.com/tatar-not-tartar-a-photo-essay/

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[url=https://lobelog.com/tatar-not-tartar-a-photo-essay/]I'll stick with tartar thanks.
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From Nekro

https://youtu.be/gQQiCVMKSZQ
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From Farm hand

Quote:Nekro wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQQiCVMKSZQ&t=796s

Screenshot from the video. Would never take anything from the CIA as gospel, but found it interesting.
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Text can be found below. Page 9 of Pdf.
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/00090002-6

Just not seeing Tartary as a Muslim nation in the slightest.
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From Farm Hand

King of kings.

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In truth, these Tartar chiefs made themselves lords paramount of the Russian realm, and no prince, great or small, could assume the government of his state until he had journeyed to Central Mongolia to beg permission to rule from the khan of the Great Horde.


From The Yoke of the Tartar page 49-54 of Historic Tales, Vol. 8 The Romance of Reality

By Charles Morris 1898.

https://www.gutenberg.org/files/25625/25625-h/25625...tm#Page_49
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Good Job Guys....Move over anything ya want...

Thanks... Drinks
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