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Ancient Idol of Lord Vishnu found during excavation in an old village in Russia’s Volga Region

MOSCOW: An ancient Vishnu idol has been found during excavation in an
old village in Russia’s Volga region, raising questions about the
prevalent view on the origin of ancient Russia. The idol found in
Staraya (old) Maina village dates back to VII-X century AD. Staraya
Maina village in Ulyanovsk region was a highly populated city 1700
years ago, much older than Kiev, so far believed to be the mother of
all Russian cities.

“We may consider it incredible, but we have ground to assert that
Middle-Volga region was the original land of Ancient Rus. This is a
hypothesis, but a hypothesis, which requires thorough research,”
Reader of Ulyanovsk State University’s archaeology department Dr
Alexander Kozhevin told state-run television Vesti .

Dr Kozhevin, who has been conducting excavation in Staraya Maina for
last seven years, said that every single square metre of the
surroundings of the ancient town situated on the banks of Samara, a
tributary of Volga, is studded with antiques.

Prior to unearthing of the Vishnu idol, Dr Kozhevin has already found
ancient coins, pendants, rings and fragments of weapons.

He believes that today’s Staraya Maina, a town of eight thousand, was
ten times more populated in the ancient times. It is from here that
people started moving to the Don and Dneiper rivers around the time
ancient Russy built the city of Kiev, now the capital of Ukraine. An
international conference is being organised later this year to study
the legacy of the ancient village, which can radically change the
history of ancient Russia.

Some Conclusions by others:

The discovery of an ancient Vishnu idol in an excavation in Russia
only confirms certain ideas I have always had about the Vedic ancient
and glorious land and culture.

The report says that the area in which the idol was found is called
Staraya Maina. In the Rig Veda, there is a passage that goes, Itham
ascati pasyat syantham, ekam starayath mainaa-kaalam. This translates
into Staraya Maina is the name of the land of the 45 rivers (on whose
banks the noble Rishis conducted the famous Horse Sacrifices), where
the sun god descends into one fifty two forty seven. While the first
line identifies a location, the second line talks about the exact
latitude and longitude at which the solar spectrum produces
interference lines at one, fifty two, and forty seven.
The extreme precision of the calculations show the advanced science of
the Vedic period, and also a thorough knowledge of SI units (it has
been conclusively proven that French scientists stole the system from
the Indians.

The discovery of the idol confirms the location in Russia, identified
in the Rig Veda as rus soviath sapthamahanagaratham (the ancient and
holy land of the 722 flying vehicles). The ancient connections between
the Russians and the Indians has been unequivocally confirmed. In
Russian orthodox Christianity, worship is conducted very much like in
Vishnu temples. The Russians refer to the feast of Vizhnyir Ekoratsya
Vikhunh, directly corresponding with Vaikhunda Ekhadasi.

The Russian language also owes a lot to Sanskrit, whose origins 50,000
years ago roughly correspond with the language of the people of the
Smritzyi archaeological site, along the banks of the now-dried up
Vernstokhlin (Varnasatyakhalini) river system.

It is common knowledge in the archaeological community that the
Parashurama Sutra, the basis of all government policy in the erstwhile
Kerala kingdom of Vaazhappazhaa, contains the lines Sthulyam
Kaamyunishancha kalanam brighahaha. The links between the ancient
Russians and Indians almost certainly aided by the 60,00 odd scholars
of the University of Vexalate (Sk. Vekhshalatha, Ru. Vekholotsla), in
modern-day Central Afghanistan, in the 17th Century BCE, is said to
have transferred political ideas through the land of the Vanga (Ru.
Vangnya) in modern-day West Bengal.

The Vishnu idol is depicted with a hammer in one left hand while the
deconglated seventh arm on the right side holds a reticulated sickle.
This hammer and sickle imagery is also found in the Parashurama Sutra,
conclusively placing the origin of great and popular Russian political
ideology in Vedic India.

The Bringdunthaladeena Upanishad also mentions Kaamyunishcham in its
list of land sacrifices, where under the directions of the King, all
the land in the country was donated to the performance of sacrifices
where Brahmins continuously tickled horny silk-rats
(Gandharvamooshicam) until they collapsed in orgiastic exhaustion. The
text also clearly identifies a group of scholars referred to as the
Paalita Buryam, who oversaw the functioning of the King.

For years, western historical study dominated by Greco-Capitalists,
has sought to undermine the Vedic Indian contributions to what came to
be 19th and 20th Century world politics. The Greco-Capitalists also
attributed the ideology of Communism to the work done by Karl Marx,
one of their own. It has been well documented that Marx indeed visited
Kerala and West Bengal, and had thorough understanding of the
Parashurama Sutra, a copy of which he picked up in the old-book-stall
near the Cochin airport. Later on, as part of the larger Greco-centric
Capitalist conspiracy, Marx took all the credit himself.

In 1952 in Soviet Russia, an archaeologist, Prof. Varely Smirzkoff of
Odessa University found artefacts near the ancient Belarussian town of
Kozhikodz. He was the first to speculate that the ruling political
ideology of his country could well have had its origins in Vedic India
rather than Modern Europe. Stalin funded Smirzkoff’s research until
Smirrzkoff was suddenly found to have stolen over 500,000 paper clips
from work over the course of his tenure at Odessa University. He was
sent to Siberia, and with him went almost all academic proof that
would have certainly brought Russia and India closer together.

This recent discovery should resurrect the pioneering work started by
Prof. Varely Smirzkoff, who died of Contracted Poloniumitis of the
nose, in 1964.

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