Enjoy your adventures, I hope to see more of them especially among the ruins of ancient South American Indians. There is much mystery to yet be uncovered there.
If you return in the dead valley you must have a strong electromagnetic field arround your body and you have time to explore without seeknes.Good look.
I am from City of Brisbane, Queensland, Austrailia
I am yet to see Black Mountain with my own eyes.
When I look at the photos it appears that someone has dropped those Black rocks from the air to fill in a hole that was once there. And why only that type of rock.
The aboriginies believe it is home to the Rainbow Serpent which goes back to ther creation story.
As for the Russian cauldrons and the event of 1908, I believe there is certainly a truth there waiting to be revealed.
Great work my friend. The world needs more people like youself. The truth of who we are and where we came from and where we are going lies in the very near future.
I saw your expedition to the Valley of Death, and I found it very inspiring. Are you planning to go back some time?
I work in the field of medicine, and from that point of view, this interests me a lot.
I don´t think we will return to Valley of Death in near future. But the reason is not that I would be scared for the death there, but the poverty of money at this bloody time.
My strange disease from the medicine point of view - strong rotary vertigo with vomit was caused probably by hypoperfuse in VB area (ischaemic balance system). EEG finding was normal without EP GE. It was not nuclear irradiation. I am OK now. But why it happened??
|Titulek||Re: Re: Disease|
I hope you are completely healed now.Regarding these cauldrons, did you guys measured the radiation levels around them?
Somebody suggested that these are defense entities that can be remotely operated.
Related to them was assumed the Tunguska "meteorite" which was exploded above the ground by one of these cauldrons. A lot of speculation but nothing firmly established. Are you in contact with other people exploring them?
I seen your story on the history channel here in america and was interested in the Valley of Death in Siberia. my passion was to always go somewhere and find something in my life and this is something of interest. Like to learn more as I was a sort of into the UFO stuff during the 1960's and had a subscription to a magazine on the subject. I have a open mind and do and don't believe but when I see something of interest I latch on to it and examine it. Good luck on this search.
|Titulek||Re: Steven Martin|
at present time is dificult to make some big discovery, because civilisation broke in almost every place of Earth. Only from time to time man could be lucky. But the adventure in exploring you´ll have everytime. And it is important. I did not belive ago our expedition to Siberie we can find something. And I´v been pleasantly surpriced. Try to discover something like this too. You will be satisfied even if you will not find solution of mystery. I wish you many success.