INSTITUTE OF MEGALITHIC RESEARCH

 

 

 

 

Dr.R.M. de Jonge,

Epse,Gelderland, Netherlands

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© Copyright: May 18, 2012

 

NORTHERN CROSSING,

BIBLICAL and DARDANUS FLOOD

(Reykjavik, Iceland, c.770 BC)

 

An abstract from this article

SUMMARY

Three Russian ladies of the Institute of Universal Knowledge “Tetrada” discovered ten megalithic sites on Iceland. One of these in Reykjavik consists of three huge boulders placed at the corners of a triangle. This monument tells three different stories. The first one deals with the discovery of the Northern Crossing of the Ocean by the 3rd king Nefererkare of the Fifth Dynasty of Egypt. The second one deals with the subsequent Biblical Flood at the start of the Sixth Dynasty, at which 2.6 million people perished (54% of the world population). The third one deals with the Dardanus Flood during the reign of the 2nd king Ramses III in the 20th Dynasty. It was caused by the same Comet: 3.8 million people died, and another 2.0 million people expired due to system collapse (32% of the world population). The monument was erected in Dynasty 23.

Introduction

Lidia Peretrutova (academician of the International Academy of Sciences of Nature and Society under RUNS, the rector of the Institute), Elvira Babenko (a professor, the pro-rector of the Institute) and Elena Alekseeva (the pro-rector of the Institute, elenevladal@gmail,com) are leadership of the Institute of Universal Knowledge ”Tetrada” in Moscow, Russia (www.tetrada.ru, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ), which was founded in 1989. They studied the megalithic structures (standing stones, stone circles, dolmens, huge boulders, stone rows, etc.) of Eastern and Western Europe for about twenty years . In 2011 they visited Iceland and discovered more than ten different megalithic sites in Reykjavik, in Thingvellir, in Snaefellsjokull and around Egilsstadir and Seydisfjordur in the east. One of these sites is located at a distance of c.100 meters from the church of Kopavog (Kopavogskirkja) in Hamraborg in Reykjavik. Three huge boulders are placed at the corners of a triangle. Each of these boulders has a diameter of about one meter (Fig.1).

The Megalithic Culture of Western Europe lasted from 6000 to 1000 BC, but monuments outside this area may have later dates. Iceland was discovered by the megalith builders in c.3400 BC. The three boulders in Reykjavik form a typical megalithic monument. Its meaning may be difficult to establish. However, it appears the structure was erected because of the discovery of the Northern Crossing of the Ocean as well as the subsequent Biblical Flood.1-7

 

Fig.1 Megalithic Monument at Kopavogskirkja, Hamraborg, in Reykjavik on Iceland. Lidia Peretrutova is on the right and Elvira Babenko is on the left (Courtesy Mrs. Elena Alekseeva of the Institute of Universal Knowledge, Moscow, Russia).

 

 

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