Murmansk region is a subject of the Russian Federation, located in the north-west of Russia. In the south it borders with Karelia, in the west with Finland, in the north-west with Norway.  
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Places of power and abnormal zones of the Murmansk region

Far North, land at the very edge of the world, the land of the legendary Arctide and Gperborea, the end of the eternal polar day. Terrible seas that wash the Kola Peninsula, severe nature, stones and riddles of ancient peoples, which have not yet been uncovered. Disasters of the aurora borealis, seids, shamans, flights of unknown bodies. All this and much more – the Murmansk region! 

Some of the most interesting places for travel and research: Seydozero; Koldun Island; Lake Light; Lovozero; Flying stone.


Seids on the Setnoy island


Hyperboreans on the Kola Peninsula.

Stone puzzles of the Russian Land. The Kola Peninsula. A couple of centuries ago, the Russian expedition called him Tersky. And in memory of this has remained in the southeast of the Terskiy Bereg peninsula. Some interpreters stubbornly defend the theory that the Saami “ring” – “gold” is the basis for the name of the peninsula. 


Many went to the Kola Peninsula to find traces of the ancient and mysterious country of Hyperborea in the Ninchur mountain region. For example, the research team “Hyperborea-98”. It included a wide variety of specialists – geologists, historians, archaeologists, ethnographers, philosophers and even ufologists. If you go on the route of the group “Hyperborea-98”, then in passing you can admire the hilly landscape (Hibiny in translation – “hills”), a dense pine forest, calm smoothness of lakes, soft blue of the North. No wonder travelers call these edges the Polar Palmyra. But only on the ground to the Ninchur mountain can not get. When all the roads are over, you need to change to motor boats and go on a dangerous journey along Lovozero Lake. Lovozero is not very calm. It is in the namal zone, and it happens that on it the waves rise to 5 points. Lovozero is not very calm. It is in the namal zone, and it happens that on it the waves rise to 5 points. After landing the lake you will be able to land on the isthmus of Seydozers by the lake and Lovozero lake. Even in summer the temperature at night here can drop to zero degrees.  Here you can light a fire, relax, and then go further to the foot of the mountain. But even here the path will not be easy. You will have to cope with the difficult taiga. And you might even think that some mysterious forces are making “tests” for travelers who are entering this energy zone. 
Access to the mountain
After you manage to cross not a few mountain rivers, your look will finally seem to the long-awaited mountain of Ninchurt. The mountain as a mountain, with gentle slopes, a smoothed dome, is not very high, not exceeding the main peak of Chasna-chorr peninsula, located on the same central hill where Ponoy, Crow and other local rivers originate.
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In ancient times it was believed that the present Murmansk region was part of the zone subordinate to the god of Borea. It was the God of Boreas who was responsible for the north wind, which, to put it mildly, you will surely feel. And the Hyperboreans, according to the mythical ideas of the Hellenes, lived in the Far North, behind Boreas, in an ideal country, where Apollo himself occasionally visited, resting from the summer heat. The immigrants from this country trained people of wisdom, arts, and construction. And according to their stories, there, for Borya, the tribesmen, as they say, knew how to live in clover, in prosperity and fun, with feasts, music, dances and songs. And even when death came, they, having experienced all the pleasures, perceived it as a release from satiety with life, ended it by immersion in the sea. No wonder that there, in the Hyperborean land, sent Hercules for the magic apples. In the journey of the Argonauts, the Hyperboreans also took part in the golden fleece. But myths are myths, and Homer, Aristotle, Plato, Herodotus and many other ancient authors have found it necessary to mention this mysterious country. After some oblivion, researchers at the beginning of the 20th century returned to this topic. Among others, the works of the famous historian Academician BA Rybakov deserved attention. Based on archaeological data, he managed to determine the geographical boundaries of this mysterious country – he placed it in the north-east of Europe. The Far North of the Eurasian continent is the so-called Arctida, and according to the data of the paleoclimatology it was not cold in the distant past: the temperature did not fall below zero even in January. There grew coniferous and deciduous forests. The climate in these places has changed only to the IV millennium BC.  

Voroniy stone near Murmansk

Here on the mountainside, if you look closely, scrape off the top layer, then there will be something to pay attention to. You can see the weakly preserved, but powerful wall masonry. In the particularly ancient Seyds, which are built in the correct form, you can find a kind of bath, a cavity, and in it even on the very bottom there are fossilized fires. You can also find old stone anchors here. The oldest stone anchor found here in the Murmansk region on the Ninchur mountain dated to the 4th millennium BC. Some stones and structures resemble windows. Some are absolutely round in shape.  Only a few ancient maps have reached us. Among them came copies of the cards of Gerard Mercator, who lived in the XVI century. One of them reproduced the outlines of the Northern land most fully, in the center-Arctida. “A whole cultural hearth.” Dyvetrenny, half-filled with rock pound and ironed with ice and avalanches. Cyclopean ruins, giant hewn plates of regular geometric shape; steps leading to nowhere (in fact, we just do not yet know where they led twenty thousand years ago). Walls with cuts clearly man-made; drilled with an unknown rock drill, a ritual well, a page of a stone manuscript with a trident and a flower resembling a lotus. One of the most exciting finds here at the mysterious Sejdozero and the Ninchur mountain is nothing more than the remains of the oldest observatory, a structure in the form of a 15-meter trough with two gauges. In structure, design and possible functions, the structure resembled a large sextant buried in the earth – a device of the famous Ulugbek Observatory near Samarkand … The history of Hyperborea, according to V.N. Demin, you can determine the period from the I millennium BC. All these facts confirm the concept of a number of Russian and foreign scientists about the northern origin of the entire world civilization and the fact that ethnoses in the distant past – some tens of thousands of years ago – came from the North, and forced them to this migration a natural catastrophe. And our Kola Peninsula is one of the centers of Hyperborean culture. 

Previous research

One can not help recalling one expedition to these places, in 1922. Headed by a detachment of researchers, a remarkable man – a scientist and science fiction writer Alexander Vasilievich Barchenko. Having received a good education at the time in the classical gymnasium of St. Petersburg and at the medical faculties of Kazan and Yuryev (Tartu) universities, he found a job in the Ministry of Finance, but soon began to work in literary creation. While still a biology student, he was fond of studying the man’s paranormal abilities, mystical teachings. Experiences in telepathy, public lectures, science fiction novels brought him popularity. He worked since 1915 in the Institute of Brain and Higher Nervous Activity, engaged in mediums, psychics, riddles of the human psyche. In parallel, I had to see in the Black Sea museums. According to the photo colleagues archeologists have confirmed: this anchor can be dated to the 10th millennium BC. Another find on the slopes of Ninchurta. On one of the tiers, the archaeologist saw cuts, in a row up to a dozen pieces. These are original windows. In Central Asia, Mesopotamia, a very characteristic style was widespread in Egypt – “blind windows”, niches, located at a distance of 5-6 m from each other along the walls. Thus, the dwellings of the supreme nobility were decorated. Only if in the East they were arranged in raw bricks, then here, on Ninchurte – in stone. And the block, in which the “blind windows” were cut down, was a rectangle of strictly geometric shape. Perhaps it was a fragment of the wall.

Remains of an ornament on a stone to which more than 8 thousand years



Local residents said that at the foot of Ninchurta there are lazy, which lead to the dungeon. But those who try to penetrate deeper, “enough stupid”. Many contemporaries who reached these places spoke in unison about strange feelings, feelings of fear, but also the feeling of curiosity, being near them. Some even climbed inside. And they all came to the conclusion that this place is under the influence of unknown mystical forces.  Here they were looking for a mythical stone from Orion (as they were called by members of Western secret societies, the Grail stone). According to the legends, this stone possessed the property of accumulating and transmitting psychic energy over distances, to come into contact with the cosmic mind. Another uniqueness is shaman seids (high columns made of stones). People next to them noticed weakness, dizziness, and some – experienced hallucinations, they recorded a decrease or increase in body weight. Here you can get acquainted with shamans-niods.  They practice the so-called shamaniya (emerikom). In this phenomenon, similar to mass hypnosis, people repeated each other’s movements, spoke in incomprehensible languages, prophesied. 

Noida Shamans from the Kola Peninsula

Noida Shamans from the Kola Peninsula  

Travelers to the Murmansk region

The Kola Peninsula has long attracted the attention of travelers and tourists. A description of A.E. Fersman and MI. Prishvin, the memories of the search for Barchenko only fueled this interest. A mysterious Sejdozer and Ninchur Mountain in the 80-90s of the last century began a pilgrimage. Dreamers and romance began to come here. The Murmansk region in its natural landscapes of the place is really remarkable. Around the marsh tundra, but here are wonderful lakes, picturesque rocks, magnificent trees … Well, and most importantly, as now it’s fashionable to say – energy. It’s not for nothing that shamans from different countries have been gathering here for joint camping. Visionaries, contactees, psychics were drawn to their “gatherings”. Some build pyramids out of stones – power generators and meditate near them, comprehend eternal life and connection with the universe. Others – seek out the rocks higher and there connect with the Higher Reason. Visionaries, contactees, psychics were drawn to their “gatherings”. Some build pyramids out of stones – power generators and meditate near them, comprehend eternal life and connection with the universe. Others – seek out the rocks higher and there connect with the Higher Reason.  Others – look for traces of landings of UFOs and the base of aliens underground. And there are those who go the simpler way – arrange prayers and dances in the naked. In this they are helped by local shamans who took this title from their grandfathers. In their plague, they willingly receive guests and “enlightens” them in part of the magical places, tells them about the “snowman” – leshak.

Man-made pyramids of antiquity

Man-made pyramids of antiquity  

The city of Kavdory

The city of Kavdora is located in the south-west of the Kola Peninsula, near the mouth of the volcano, erupting 450 million years ago. Once there lived a mysterious Sami tribe. According to legend, all the Saami had supernatural powers, since they descended from the solar tribe of the gods. Their descendants still live in these places. Many children are born with a parapsychic gift. Not uncommon here and the most diverse anomalous phenomena. Near the Kavdors there is a mysterious Divo-mountain where miracles happen. Once here a case happened. A children’s environmental organization discovered a masonry of clearly artificial origin. The detachment decided that this burial. 100 years ago, the Saami lived there. The stones were laid out in a circle, some of them already split, destroyed by time. One of the boys had an incomprehensible premonition. He suddenly ceased to perceive the surrounding reality, and before his eyes there were pictures: first a sort of diamond with four rays leaving it, then a man standing on the shore of the lake and looking attentively at the boy. One girl saw a small hut leaving a woman in the clothes of an ancient era. Then came the vision of a “flying saucer” in the form of a hat. “Hallucinations” also visited the detachment leader. Before her arose a stone fence on the shore of the lake, a burning bonfire. The researchers measured the radiation coming from the burial. It turned out that the stones have a negative charge. The age of the masonry was determined approximately in 3000 years. The stones were laid out so that they showed a resemblance to a map of the starry sky. “Drawing” reflected all the astronomical patterns, even the dates of the equinox. It clearly marked the Earth’s poles. The age of the masonry was determined approximately in 3000 years. The stones were laid out so that they showed a resemblance to a map of the starry sky. “Drawing” reflected all the astronomical patterns, even the dates of the equinox. It clearly marked the Earth’s poles. By the way, the name of this area in translation from the Sami means “Sorcerer”. It was said that in the old days shamans gathered here for advice. The researchers decided that it was here that the great shaman was buried. The Saami legend says that a person can turn into a stone and his soul while talking to people. The teacher and the children had a strong feeling that someone was trying to convey some information to them.  Seids and Noids of the Kola Peninsula Later the teenagers came across a rock with drawings. The drawings were clearly made by the hand of a man who lived in ancient times: a hunter with a spear, a woman, some deity … The drawings were chalked so that it would be easier to find them later. After half a year, one of the drawings disappeared. In these places, even mysterious disappearances happen. It got to the point that the media sounded the alarm. Local authorities invited specialists from Moscow. They were four doctors of geological, biological, technical and military sciences. One of them gave such explanations: “I admit that I am a dreamer myself and I would like to see traces of proto-civilization.” When I went to the isthmus between Lovozero Lake and Lake Seydozer and through the forest I saw a road from huge slabs, the remains of some cyclopean structures, mysterious arches of underground tunnels, I was shocked. Where did all this come from in a remote and uninhabited place? ” But about the disappearance of visiting pilgrims and frivolous tourists such an assumption has taken shape. Tunnels are indeed there, but their origin is not at all hyperborean. During the war in the 1940s prisoners from the Revdinsky Gulag camps worked on the slopes of the mountain. They extracted uranium ore from the Beria program. They say that they came across both gold and platinum. The galleries made their way through the cave-dwellers. Developments were closed, the prisoners were taken out, and the entrances to the tunnels were blown up. These places are overgrown with bushes and moss, but you can see traces. Maybe someone found gold, and maybe someone fell through the tunnels. Therefore, you need to be careful and careful and try not to move away from the conductor. But the invited researchers still recognize the peculiarities of these places. Shamans did not accidentally put their seids at the intersection of water currents. The currents trace the faults of the earth’s crust, and in places where they intersect, the highest energy is observed. There is also a positive manifestation of the geopathic zone at the foot of Ninchurta. There, they say, there are also so-called geovitagenous (useful) places. Since ancient times, there women have been treated for infertility.   

Mysteries of Lovozero Lake in the Murmansk Region

Mysteries of Lovozero Lake in the Murmansk Region   Lovozero Lake, is the fourth largest in the Murmansk region and one of the most famous anomalous zones in Russia. Lovozero Lake, is the fourth largest in the Murmansk region and one of the most famous anomalous zones in Russia. This lake is attributed much: the distortion of space and time, fluctuations in the gravitational background, the therapeutic effect on the human body. In addition, near Lovozero one can find a yeti – a snowman. The most frequent phenomenon in the Lake Lovozero area is “mitigation.” Mercury is a mysterious mental illness that spreads like an epidemic. “Mercury” acts as a mass psychosis, depriving people of will and making it meaningless to repeat each other different movements or indiscriminately execute other people’s teams. The effect lasts from a few hours to a day and can be repeated. The Yakuts explain the “diminution” by the fact that the evil spirit enters the body of the patient. But just in case it’s better to buy weapons on the website for self-defense. Unexplained phenomena are constantly encountered here. Lovozero Lake is still an object of special attention of scientists. Expeditions are constantly sent here. In 2000, V. Chernobrov and his group of researchers recorded a lot of evidence of local residents that a snowman lives in the Lake Lovozero region.   

Koldun Island of the Murmansk Region

Koldun Island of the Murmansk Region Koldun Island (the Island of Magic) is a small mysterious island on Lovozero lake on the Kola Peninsula. On this island there are a number of mysterious phenomena. The island has a crescent shape, and the beach in this sickle is covered with surprisingly clean and high-quality sand. On the island several times observed a snowman, in one hut “registered” poltergeist, there are other unexplained events. Probably there is an abnormal zone on the island. Once there was one story. A group of researchers landed on the island. They were very long before him, because the motors on boats were constantly broken. It seemed that it was mysticism. They wanted to catch the Yettis. After they landed on the island and did not find the yety, they decided to rest. They caught fish, collected berries and mushrooms. Everything was amazing. We got into boats and sailed home. Suddenly, a hurricane struck. On the boat began to beat the waves. One boat stalled the engine and she began to sink. Researchers from the sinking boat moved to another. Another boat became too heavy and also began to collect water. And suddenly the conductor shouted that we must throw out the catch of fish, mushrooms and berries overboard. Researchers all threw it away. And as soon as they did, the hurricane died down. The water became smooth and there was not even a ripple on the lake.  

Seydozero lake of the Murmansk region

In the center of the Lovozero mountain range is Lake Saidozero. This name indicates that the lake is the residence of the sacred spirit. Sometimes evil, sometimes good. When the Saams come to the lake, they first trick the spirit, so that fishing was healthy and all stayed. Seydozero has an absolute elevation of +189 m above sea level. The length of the Sejdozer is 8 km, width from 1.5 km in the narrow part to 2.5 km in wide. From the west, the mountain river Elmoraiok flows into the lake, in the east Seydyavryok flows and flows into Lake Lovozero. Seydozero has an absolute elevation of +189 m above sea level. The length of the Sejdozer is 8 km, width from 1.5 km in the narrow part to 2.5 km in wide. From the west, the mountain river Elmoraiok flows into the lake, in the east Seydyavryok flows and flows into Lake Lovozero. There are many legends connected with this lake. For example, about the villain Kuiv, the image of which can be seen on the rock near Seydozero. The image is a giant size – about 70 meters high and 30 wide.


The volatile stone

According to the Sami legend, this stone flew from somewhere from Scandinavia. He long sought a quiet and fertile place, sinking to the ground in many places in Lapland, and did not find it. He did not like the mountains, the waters and winds, or people treated him without due respect. And here he found his place here on Lake Vouliavr, on a high mountain covered with graying lichens. He sat down on his future bed, as though not yet deciding to stay here permanently. He turned his face to the vast Ponoi swamp with the sacred secret lake Seydyavr and he liked this land. Since then, and he rests here, while this corner of nature remains untouched, for the present people treat him with due respect. 


Murmansk region

The Murmansk region is fraught with many secrets. Ancient pyramids, mysterious shamans, ancient burials, places of power, anomalous zones. Recently, many travelers have come here to see everything with their own eyes. A guide to Russia will help you in this, if you want to plunge into the world of mysteries in the Murmansk region.  

Hyperboreal pictures

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