But some thoughts of the readers of the Red Star, seemingly almost fantastic at first glance, deserve attention because of cited little-known historical information. The material “The Last Frontier of the Defense of Tartary” appeared in the editorial post (the author appears in Live Journal under the account Kadykchanskiy). Fans of historical sensations, he is known for having received resonance material about the disappeared fortresses of the XVIII century in the Omsk region.
What does the winner in the occupied territories in the first place? That's right, he destroys the history of the captured country. Without the destruction of people's memory, it is impossible to establish dominance in the occupied territories. Otherwise, a guerrilla war awaits him, and it always ends in defeat for the occupier. As long as the warrior remembers what he shed blood for, he cannot be turned into a slave. As soon as a person loses the heritage of his ancestors, he immediately does everything possible to regain what belongs to him by right.
However, as soon as a person loses his mind, read memory, everything already becomes indifferent to him. He loses the taste for life, ceases to build and goes with the flow, considering himself a hostage to circumstances. Having lost the meaning of existence, a person takes the path of self-destruction, burning himself in idleness, drunkenness, drug addiction and becoming mired in all other types of “legal drugs”, such as television series, battles of sports fans ...
In this case, the fate of a person is the eternal aimless walking in the desert under the whistle of the whipers of the drovers, following the carrot hanging in front of his nose on a string.
I also call “walking” what millions of Egyptologists, sumerologists, acadologists, and other “scholars” engaged in transfusion from empty to empty do. Their activity boils down to one thing - to be busy all the time and go on the wrong path, leading them further and further away from the truth.
On a photograph taken from the air, 1 is not a magandavid (six-pointed star of David. - Ed.) Drawn by green men on a wheat field, as one might think. These are traces of the fort, which was here, but which is completely razed, flush with the ground. Do you now understand what the Russian phrases literally mean: “Don't leave a stone on a stone” and “level off a damp earth”?
Where do you think it is filmed? In France? Germany? Spain? There such forts are a dime a dozen, and they are all rebuilt and kept in the best possible way, and this is removed ... Do not fall from the chairs and the chairs. This is the Omsk region!
Once on the ground, you will see such a picture (photo No. 3). More precisely, you will not see anything. Not a single stone, block or brick. Everything was dismantled to zero and taken out! How much effort and money spent on it? Is the goal really so important that it justifies the means? There is no doubt that it is so.
If you know that the enemy will destroy any reminder of the past of the conquered people, burn the archives and books, prohibit the original religion, destroy culture and art, then it becomes clear that this fortress was leveled to the ground.
Who was defeated in that war? Who defended inside the Siberian fortress? We don't know that yet. Perhaps they called themselves Russians, perhaps Tartars, what to guess now. I called them tall. Tartary, by the way, is not a self-name. That was the name of this country in Europe.
The winners destroyed everything that allowed the Dorians to know about their recent past. If forts stand in Europe to this day, but are destroyed in Siberia, then what is the conclusion? The conquerors came from where the forts are all-rounders. If you decide that our scientists do not know anything about the former fortresses, then you are deeply mistaken. Look at the photo number 2. Clearly written: "Protected by law."
But the residents of the Omsk Region themselves (in any case, their overwhelming majority) do not know anything about this fortress, not to mention the fact that this information should be known to every schoolchild. But the Bayard fort (stone fort, located off the Atlantic coast of France and used for the filming of a television show. - Ed.) Is known to the whole world!
If you think that the Pokrovskaya fortress is the only one, then I hurry to surprise you. There are hundreds, if not thousands of such forts on the territory of Russia, and all of them are completely hidden! Know the conquerors at the time, that someday there will be aerial photography, they would have covered it all with sand. Humans roam the earth, and it does not occur to them what picture opens from a bird's-eye view.
Not all forts discovered from the air are located in the Irtysh area. There are many of them in Ukraine. But the greatest density of the found fortresses is in a very limited space in the Omsk and Tyumen regions.
Imagine how much strength was laid to so thoroughly "clean up" the area? So that the descendants could not find even traces of the former fortification power of the Siberian "savages"?
In Europe, each fort is built on an individual project. Siberian forts - typical. Like "Khrushchev". What does this mean? This suggests the existence of standardization during their construction. But there can be no standards in a non-industrial country. Standards appear where in-line production and a unified training system exist.
We can also make a very important conclusion from quantitative indicators. Such a huge number of complex fortifications says that their designers had not only high qualifications, coupled with a huge number of builders, but also the most powerful material and human resources. This is only possible by a centralized country.
Our reference. The Pokrovskaya fortress was located on the territory of the present Maryanovsky district of the Omsk region on the northern shore of the Pokrovsky lake. According to the academic science, the fortress was one of the guard fortifications of the Tobol-Ishim line. The octagonal fortress occupied an area of 6 ha. The fortifications are reinforced with earthy streaks, a moat and bastions, which, like arrows, are far advanced to ensure the flanking of the approaches. It is believed that at the beginning of the XIX century, with the construction of the railway, the fortress lost its military purpose.
And what do history books write? About the endless deserted expanses inhabited by savages who worship wooden idols under the sound of a shaman tambourine ...
Until the middle of the XIX century, “Dorossia” tried to throw off the yoke. In a series of national liberation wars are such events as peasant uprisings and riots of Stepan Razin, Yemelyan Pugachev ... Nonsense is like a simple Cossack Stepan Razin decided to jump on the royal throne. The people followed him precisely because he remained one of the last legitimate heirs of the former ruler of the state.
We also mention the Great Wall of the Volga (you can see it in the 4 image). She, too, would fall asleep without fail if they knew that in the future they would invent aircraft.
From the editorial board. The remains of this grand structure can be traced throughout the Russian Trans-Volga region - from the Astrakhan region to Tatarstan, after which the earthen wall turns to the east and is lost somewhere in the foothills of the Middle Urals. Academic science avoids studying this issue, research is carried out without state support for small groups of enthusiasts.
Scientists assure us that it was built to repel attacks of Asian nomads on Muscovy. Well, yes ... Only the ledges of the towers look in the opposite direction - to the west. It turns out that the defenders of the wall defended from invasion from the west?
Do you know the length of these fortifications? It is clear, no one knows for sure. But the fact that the fortifications were from Astrakhan to Perm does not raise objections from any of the specialists. The Zavolzhskaya Great Wall is marked with a red line on the map in the article. Its length is about two and a half thousand kilometers!
To date, even the remains of this wall give an idea of its majesty: an average of five meters in height and seventy meters in width. Add a ditch about ten meters wide and up to four meters deep. This is just fantastic, these are unrealistic numbers! And this is just what has come down to our days.
Egyptian pyramids simply fade in volume of work performed. You feel like a dwarf somehow compared to the ancestors. Did they do it all without building mechanization?
Why are historians silent? Where is this information in the textbooks?
New owners of the land of our ancestors inherited such technologies that humanity does not possess even today. For example, artillery. Alexei Ivanovich Kungurov from Chebarkul noted that there are obvious inconsistencies in the history of the development of artillery. Technology, instead of developing, degraded. This is confirmed by the findings of other researchers.
Konstantin Raldugin asks the question: “Why did the copper cannon makers, owning foundry technologies, not cast cores from any low-melting metal, but prefer stone cores (granite) made of limestone, clay and even pumice and tuff?”
The very fact that, having the ability to cast guns, a man made shells of stone - is nonsense! The stone is light, brittle, such properties minimize its damaging properties, and in the manufacture it is very time consuming. Another thing - the iron core! Lean off - no problem. Heavy, when shooting - the most it! But no ... Stone core!
Were not all these stone-cores a pathetic attempt to recreate the lost technology? Suppose, people remembered that a powder was loaded into a cannon (its properties resembled our powder) and a “shell” was obviously not ironed into the barrel - a rock of some kind of rock (similar in shape to a ball). And they called it a miracleweapon firearms Note: not cobblestones, nor the core-firing, namely, firearms.
Or maybe the guns were once really firearms in the truest sense? Fire, we recall, is plasma. Imagine that the core is not a simple stone, but a piezoelectric, and their efficiency, as you know, is from 60 to 90 percent. This means that any force applied to the piezoelectric can change from kinetic to electric. Hypothetically, guns could once fire with a kind of plasma formation (a kind of ball lightning).
From the editorial board. Piezoelectrics are dielectrics in which a piezoelectric effect is observed. Under the action of deformation, they can induce an electric charge on their surface (direct piezoelectric effect). Most often, modern man meets with them in the lighters, where a spark is formed from a blow to a piezo-plate.
Raldugin put forward a very interesting version. Copper is a very soft and expensive metal. It is cheaper and easier to use cast iron or iron trunks, but the “ignorant” ancestors aggressively cast copper cannons. Although this provided additional trouble: to increase the service life of the barrels, it was necessary to make them bimetallic: the muzzle - with iron, and the “shirt” - with copper. Why?
And if you know that after gold copper is quite a suitable conductor? If you remember the piezoelectric properties of quartz-containing minerals?
Perhaps we are dealing with the hypersonic kinetic weapons of the ancients? The bottom line is that if you disperse a small particle to hypersonic speeds, then when it collides with an obstacle or when destroyed, a fantastic amount of energy is released. A grain the size of a rice, for example, is able to destroy a modern tank. The only question is how to achieve this speed.
The application of the fifth aggregative state of a substance, plasma, could help solve this problem. If a plasma “cocoon” is formed around a flying object, then it is capable of accelerating to speeds several times higher than the speed of sound, and, when confronted with a target, cause a powerful explosion.
Now, armed with this knowledge, we can take a fresh look at the archaic copper (bimetallic) weapon, charged from the trunk and using a spherical stone core. Copper, electricity, piezoeffect, perhaps a few more unknown or simply not taken into account by us "ingredients" ... - and everything ceases to seem so fantastic.
Read Raldugin on the Internet, and you will see that everything is quite likely. There is every reason to believe that we are dealing with a case when the tomograph came to the camp and he did not find any other use, as a burden for pickling mushrooms.
The one who possessed knowledge used a bimetallic tube to accelerate the piezoelectric core to hypersonic speed and destroyed the target with one explosion. The secret of this weapon was lost as a result of political upheavals and the change of ruling dynasties. Copper for the production of guns refused, the core began to be cast from iron, and the development of artillery went on a dead end.
... Alas, much has been erased in the memory of our people about its history. However, this is not surprising, since, as archivists admit, no reliable written sources have survived before the reign of Peter I.