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Explore the dolmens and ecovillages of Russia!

My Dear friends!

Following your numerous requests we have decided to also arrange short trips (4 and 5 days) to dolmens, Shetinin's school and ecovillage of Kin's domains Sinegorie (Vedrussia) for singles, couples and groups of three or more people.

For details and to submit a request for a tour please scroll down to the bottom of this page: http://spaceoflove.com/dolm_tour.htm

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Comment by Yuri Smirnov on July 24, 2014 at 5:17am

Come to Sacred places of Russia (10 days retreat and short tours: 4 and 5 days), explore the dolmens, Shetinin's school and ecovillage of Kin's domains Sinegorie (Vedrussia) - for singles, couples and groups of three or more people. For details and to submit a request for a tour please see this page: http://spaceoflove.com/dolm_tour.htm

Comment by Yuri Smirnov on June 27, 2014 at 1:11pm

You know your ancestors and the history of your Kin very well, good on you! :)

Comment by Greg O'Neill on June 27, 2014 at 1:06pm

Our celtic ancestors covered a great deal of ground in their migrations from the Caucasus region, and they left their dolmens and tumuli in many countries for us to marvel at, along with standing stones marked with Ogham letters, scribed by Druid priests, thousands of years ago.   Their stoneworks marked the passing of seasons, and honored fallen warriors, great chieftains and kings.   Some of my ancestors were the Celtic kings of Ireland, buried on Tara Hill, next to the ancient kings of the Tuatha De Danaan, once called the 'shining ones' or the Sidhe.  O'Neill kings ruled northern and southern kingdoms of Ireland for over six centuries, and their ancestors ruled the kingdoms of Spain even earlier.   King Breoghan, one of my ancestors, built the Kingdom of Castile in Spain, as well as the Port of Barcelona, from which the Sons of King Gallamh/Miledh, from Mil Espaine, sailed to invade Ireland, naming it after the youngest son, Prince Ir, murdered by the De Danaan kings. 

Comment by Yuri Smirnov on June 27, 2014 at 11:38am

Yes, this is a wonderous world. :) We still have a lot misterious things to explore. Just at the moment I have a mission to help people explore the wisdom of dolmens and sacred places of Northern Caucasus and I think I will be on this mission for quite a while.

Comment by Greg O'Neill on June 27, 2014 at 10:21am

Also, in Yakutia's 'Valleys of Death' there are many stories about mysterious structures, like enormous bowls that the reindeer herders come across, and the tales of the giant balls of plasma that destroy inbound meteors, some stories are of events over centuries ago.   Bolot Bochkarev, in Yakutsk, is someone you should connect with.  www.yakutiatoday.com and www.askyakutia.com are two of Bolot's sites online.  He also leads tours.  You and Bolot should get acquainted. 

Comment by Greg O'Neill on June 27, 2014 at 10:18am

How about the stories of the Menk, and the people who have seen them, and taken pictures, perhaps you can gather information that is known of these mysterious beings in the forests.   Such stories would make for a great book on the subject.

Comment by Yuri Smirnov on June 27, 2014 at 10:12am

Yes, I read about megalithic walls found in Mt.Shoria and saw the pictures. It is not easy to reach them, you should be well equiped. This is a task for a scientific expedition I think.  

Comment by Greg O'Neill on June 27, 2014 at 9:41am

Yuri, have you organized any trips to Mt. Shoria to view the megalithic walls on the ridge lines there?  These massive stoneworks are in Yakutia.   There is also a growing interest in the Menk of Yakutia, the 'Russian Yeti', are you familiar with them? 

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