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       120 Million Year Old Map Found ‑ Proof Of Ancient Civilization


       Thu, 2 May 2002 05:39:32 ‑0700


       "Bob Jones" <[email protected]>


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       120 Million Year Old Map Found ‑ Proof Of Ancient Civilization

                                 THE MAP OF "THE CREATOR"


A find of Bashkir scientists contraries to traditional notions of human history: stone stabs which is 120 million years

covered with the relief map of Ural Region.

This seems to be impossible. Scientists of Bashkir State University have found indisputable proofs of an ancient

highly developed civilization’s existence. The question is about a great plate found in 1999, with picture of the

region done according to an unknown technology. This is a real relief map. Today’s military has almost similar

maps. The map contains civil engineering works: a system of channels with a length of about 12,000 km, weirs,

powerful dams. Not far from the channels, diamond‑shaped grounds are shown, whose destination is unknown.

The map also contains some inscriptions. Even numerous inscriptions. At first, the scientists thought that was Old

Chinese language. Though, it turned out that the subscriptions were done in a hieroglyphic‑syllabic language of

unknown origin. The scientists never managed to read it¼

“The more I learn the more I understand that I know nothing,”– the doctor of physical and mathematical science,

professor of Bashkir State University, Alexandr Chuvyrov admits. Namely Chuvyrov made that sensational find.

Already in 1995, the professor and his post‑graduate student from China Huan Hun decided to study the

hypothesis of possible migration of Old Chinese population to the territory of Siberia and Ural. In an expedition

to Bashkiria, they found several rock carvings done in Old Chinese language. These finds confirmed the

hypothesis of Chinese migrants. The subscriptions were read. They mostly contained information about trade

bargains, marriage and death registration.

                    Though, during the searches, notes dated the 18th century were found in archives of Ufa

                    governor‑general. They reported about 200 unusual stone stabs which were situated not

                    far from the Chandar village, Nurimanov Region. Chuvyrov and his colleague at once

                    decided that stabs could be connected with Chinese migrants. Archive notes also reported

                    that in 17th‑18th centuries, expeditions of Russian scientists who investigated Ural

                    Region had studied 200 white stabs with signs and patterns, while in early 20th century,

                    archaeologist A.Schmidt also had seen some white stabs in Bashkiria. This made the

                    scientist start the search. In 1998, after having formed a team of his students, Chuvyrov

                    launched the work. He hired a helicopter, and the first expedition carried a flying around

                    of the places where the stabs were supposed to be. Though, despite all efforts, the ancient

stabs were not found. Chuvyrov was very upset and even thought the stabs were just a beautiful legend.

The luck was unexpected. During one of Chuvyrov’s trips to the village, ex‑chairman of the local agricultural

council, Vladimir Krainov, came to him (apropos, in the house of Krainov’s father, archaelogist Schmidt once

staid) and said: “Are you searching for some stone stabs? I have a strange stab in my yard.”“At first, I did not

took that report seriously, ‑ Chuvyrov told. – Though, I decided to go to that yard to see it. I remember this day

exactly: July 21, 1999. Under the porch of the house, the stab with some dents lied. The stab was so heavy that

we together could not take it out. So I went to the city of Ufa, to ask for help.”

In a week, work was launched in Chandar. After having dug out the stab, the searches were stroke with its size: it

was 148 cm high, 106 cm wide and 16 cm thick. While it weighed at least one ton. The master of the house made

special wooden rollers, so the stab was rolled out from the hole. The find was called “Dashka’s stone” (in honour

of Alexandr Chuvyrov’s granddaughter born the day before it) and transported to the university for investigation.

After the stab was cleaned of earth, the scientists could not entrust to their eyes... “At first sight, ‑ Chuvyrov

sais, ‑ I understood that was not a simple stone piece, but a real map, and not a simple map, but a

three‑dimensional. You can see it yourself.”

“How did we manage to identify the place? At first, we could not imagine the map was so ancient. Happily, relief

of today’s Bashkiria has not changed so much within millions of years. We could identify Ufa Height, while Ufa

Canyon is the main point of our proofs, because we carried out geological studies and found its track where it

must be according to the ancient map. Displacement of the canyon happened because of tectonic stabs which

moved from East. The group of Russian and Chinese specialists in the field of cartography, physics, mathematics,

geology, chemistry, and Old Chinese language managed to precisely find out that the stab contains the map of

Ural region, with rivers Belya, Ufimka, Sutolka,”– Alexandr Chuvyrov said while showing the lines on the stone

to the journalists. – You can see Ufa Canyon – the break of the earth’s crust, stretched out from the city of Ufa to

the city of Sterlitimak. At the moment, Urshak River runs over the former canyon.” The map is done on a scale 1

: 1.1 km.

Alexandr Chuvyrov, being physicist, has got into the habit of entrusting only to results of investigation. While

today there are such facts.

Geological structure of the stab was determined: it cosists of three levels. The base is 14 cm chick, made of the

firmest dolomite. The second level is probably the most interesting, “made” of diopside glas. The technology of

its treatement is not known to modern science. Actually, the picture is marked on this level. While the third level

is 2 mm thick and made of calcium porcelain protecting the map from external impact.

“It should be noticed, ‑ the professor said, ‑ that the relief has not been manually made by an ancient stonecutter.

It is simply impossible. It is obvious that the stone was machined.” X‑ray photographs confirmed that the stab

was of artificial origin and has been made with some precision tools.

At first, the scientists supposed that the ancient map could have been made by the ancient Chinese, because of

vertical inscriptions on the map. As well known, vertical literature was used in Old Chinese language before 3rd

century. To check his supposition, professor Chuvyrov visited Chinese empire library. Within 40 minutes he

could spend in the library according to the permission he looked through several rare books, though no one of

them contained literature similar to that one on the stab. After the meeting with his colleagues from Hunan

university, he completely gave up the version about “Chinese track.” The scientist concluded that porcelain

covering the stab had never been used in China. Although all the efforts to decipher the inscriptions were

fruitless, it was found out that the literature had hieroglyphic‑syllabic character. Chuvyrov, however, states he

has deciphered one sign on the map: it signifies latitude of today’s city of Ufa.

The longer the stab was studied, the more mysteries appeared. On the map, a giant irrigative system could be

seen: in addition to the rivers, there are two 500‑metre‑wide channel systems, 12 dams, 300‑500 metres wide,

approximately 10 km long and 3 km deep each. The dams most likely helped in turning water in either side, while

to create them over 1 quadrillion cubic metres of earth was shifted. In comparison with that irrigative system,

Volga‑Don Channel looks like a scratch on the today’s relief. As a physicist, Alexandr Chuvyrov supposes that

now mankind can build only a small part of what is pictured on the map. According to the map, initially, Belaya

River had an artificial river‑bad.

                          It was difficult to determine even an approximate age of the stab. At first,

                          radiocarbonic analysis was carried out, afterwards levels of stab were scanned

                          with uranium chronometer, though the investigations showed different results and

                          the age of the stab remained unclear. While examining the stone, two shells were

                          found on its surface. The age of one of them – Navicopsina munitus of Gyrodeidae

                          family ‑ is about 500 million years, while of the second one – Ecculiomphalus

princeps of Ecculiomphalinae subfamily ‑ is about 120 million years. Namely that age was accepted as a “working

version.”“The map was probably created at the time when the Earth’s magnetic pole situated in the today’s area

of Franz Josef Land, while this was exactly 120 million years ago, ‑ professor Chuvyrov says. – The map we have

is beyond of traditional perception of mankind and we need a long time to get used to it. We have got used to our

miracle. At first we thought that the stone was about 3,000 years. Though, that age was gradually growing, till we

identified the shells ingrained in the stone to sign some objects. Though, who could guarantee that the shell was

alive while being ingrained in the map? The map’s creator probably used a petrified find.”

What could be the destination of the map? That is probably the most interesting thing. Materials of the Bashkir

find were already investigated in Centre of Historical Cartography in Visconsin, USA. The Americans were

amazed. According to them, such three‑dimensional map could have only one destination – a navigational one,

while it could be worked out only through aerospace survey. Moreover, namely now in the US, work is being

carried out at creation of world three‑dimensional map like that. Though, the Americans intend to complete the

work only to 2010. The question is that while compiling such three‑dimensional map, it is necessary to work over

too many figures. “Try to map at least a mountain! – Chuvyrov says. – The technology of compiling such maps

demands super‑power computers and aerospace survey from the Shuttle.” So, who then did created this map?

Chuvyrov, while speaking about the unknown cartographers, is wary: “I do not like talks about some UFO and

extraterrestrial. Let us call the author of the map simply – the creator.”

It looks like that who lived and built at that time used only air transport means: there is no ways on the map. Or

they, probably, used water ways. There is also an opinion, that the authors of the ancient map did not live there at

all, but only prepared that place for settlement through draining the land. This seems to be the most probable

version, though nothing could be stated for the time being. Why not to assume that the authors belonged to a

civilization which existed earlier?

Latest investigations of the map bring one sensation after another. Now, the scientists are sure of the map being

only a fragment of a big map of the Earth. According to some hypothesis, there were totally 348 fragments like

that. The other fragments could be probably somewhere near there. In outskirts of Chandar, the scientists took

over 400 samples of soil and found out that the whole map had been most likely situated in the gorge of

Sokolinaya Mountain (Falcon Mountain). Though, during the glacial epoch it was tore to pieces. But if the

scientists manage to gather the “mosaic,” the map should have an approximate seize of 340 x 340 m. After

having studied the archive materials, Chuvyrov ascertained approximate place where four pieces could be

situated: one could lie under one house in Chandar, the other – under the house of merchant Khasanov, the third

– under one of the village baths, the fourth – under the bridge’s pier of the local narrow‑gauge railway.

In the meanwhile, Bashkir scientists send out information about their find to different scientific centres of the

world; in several international congresses, they have already given reports on the subject: The Civil Engineering

Works Map of an Unknown Civilization of South Ural.”

The find of Bashkir scientists has no analogues. With only one exclusion. When the research was at its height, a

small stone – chalcedony ‑ got to professor Chuvyrov’s table, containing a similar relief. Probably somebody, who

saw the stab wanted to copy the relief. Though, who and why?

Translated by Vera Solovieva

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