Crimea Pyramid and WAR: Do Not Believe the Hype!

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The blog sphere is on fire with speculation regarding the world’s oldest discovered pyramid, in Crimea. The thing is — this is old news. It hit the national news wire on August 31, 2012. Where  a Ukrainian scientist discovered the oldest pyramid in the world. Most interestingly, it was found in the most beautiful corner of the country, in Crimea. To even suggest this is the reason Russia has deployed military forces in the region is nothing more than sensationalism. Let’s use some common sense here folks.

Do you really think a discovery like this would take 1 year and 7 months to be contained by the Government and then recovered? Most likely this discovery was delayed before even being shared with the press. Something as vital as this type of discovery to the archeological community would have been scooped up over a year ago. Especially if there is an alleged “unkown” creature that has been mummified. At the least the pyramid has been emptied and the so called “creature” recovered. 

It is true according to reports museums with priceless artifacts were looted when the war in Iraq jumped off. The problem with this type of sensationalism is it is not being corroborated by Putin. In fact he is denying these are Russian troops at all.  There are reports Russian military helicopters have been seen over Crimea which is an obvious distinction to ground forces. There are obvious Russian ground troops in the Ukraine but to suggest they are “there” for the pyramid after its discovery over 1 year and 7 months is silly.

You need only to speak to an ancient giant researcher where giant humanoid bones are found and in some cases disappear over night to understand the responsiveness of government! I am sure there is disinfo going on in the news by all involved parties but the Ukraine did not fall because of a pyramid. I just can not believe since August of 2012, suddenly this story is a possible trigger for Russian to “invade” Crimea. Especially since Cremia is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the Ukraine. 

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Michael Erevna is a writer, inventor, solutions architect and independent researcher
of: ancient civilizations, spirituality, mysticism, and Biblical teachings.

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  • Lynda

    Russia didn’t invade the Crimea. They have had that naval base since the day of Czarina Katarina.. It was a part of Russia for centuries. Krushchev being Ukranian, gave the Crimea to Ukraine.

    After the fall of the Soviet Union,Russia signed a treaty to lease the base from Ukraine or money.Under this treaty, the Russians can have up to 25,000 troops there. Presently they have only 16,000 and they have been there since long before the Maidan demonstrations.