The Siberian Times reported about gigantic, artificialy created megaliths, depicting a griffin and a dragon, discovered in the wilderness at Mokhnataya mountain in Altai region. According to scientists, the dragon and griffin are unique in terms of their sizes, the griffin is also unique in terms of its preservation. No other dragon megalith has been found in Siberia, although scientists believe such discoveries are possible in the future. The megalith complex in Mokhnataya mountain may date back as far as the end of the last Ice age – or earlier but clear, detailed research will be required to give a more precise dating to the finds. Read more on the Siberian Times
A Soviet tractor driver unearthed ancient belt buckles showing distinct dragon portrayals in the modern day Republic of Khakassia. The dragon’s figure is a symbol that allows us to say that Siberia has always had a set of particular, specific features as a cultural area. Dr Borodovsky believes that the Siberian dragon image were dated to the end of the first millennium BC until the second century AD. Then they vanished. Archeologist Vitaly Larichev said image of the Siberian dragon may be linked to ancient notions about the calendar and astronomy. It is known that nearby ancient astronomic observations were held at an ‘observatory’ called Sunduki in Khakassia. A Chinese dictionary from AD 200 reads: “On the day of spring equinox the dragon flies to the sky, on the day of autumn equinox it delves into abyss and covers in mud.” Read more on The Siberian Times
RAMAR-NOTE: Paleo-Seti researchers believe that ancient dragons were misunderstood technology and were in fact extraterrestrial spaceships. Could it be that these newly discovered dragon-depictions from Siberia are also connected to extraterrestrial visitations in the ancient past? Are they another proof for a worldwide global superculture? Are these beings connected to other hybrid-beings that we can find in cultures, myths and legends around the world?