The Dashka stone, map of the creator

Dashka stoneIn 1999, Alexander Chuvyrova professor at Bashkir State University in Russia made a remarkable archaeological discovery when he was called to the house of Vladimir Krainov, who reported a strange slab buried in his backyard. Instantly intrigued, Chuvyrov had been searching for similar slabs that have been cited in various historical manuscripts. The artefact is approximately 5 feet high, 3.5 feet wide, and 5 feet thick, weighing at least one ton, it took one week to unearth. The discovery was named the Dashka stone and later titled the Map of the Creator. After being investigated the stone was determined to be some sort of three-dimensional relief map of the Ural Region. Today’s military uses similar maps to measure elevation and terrain. The Dashka stone reportedly contains representations of civil engineering work, weirs, an irrigation system, and powerful dams. To date, the ancient technology used to make the map is unknown and extremely advanced.

Upon the map there are numerous inscriptions which, in the first instance, scientists thought was an Old Chinese language. However, it was later reported that the inscriptions were done in a hieroglyphic-syllabic language of unknown origin. A group of Russian and Chinese specialists in the fields of cartography, physics, mathematics, geology, chemistry, and Old Chinese language researched the artefact and were the ones that identified it as a map of the Ural region, with rivers Belya, Ufimka, and Sutolka listed.

When the slab was dated it was reported to be over 100 million years old, While examining the stone, two shells were found on its surface. The age of one of them ‘Navicopsina munitus of Gyrodeidae family’ - is about 500 million years, while of the second one ‘Eccul iomphalus princeps of Ecculiomphalinae subfamily’ - is about 120 million years (mythical evol years).

If the Map of the Creator is genuine then it would suggest the existence of an ancient highly developed civilization. Researchers have claimed that a threedimensional map of this order could have only been used for navigational purposes. Many sources claim that the slab is proof of ancient flight. Recent discoveries indicate that the slab is a piece of a larger artefact.

The Dashka stone continues to undergo scientific testing and is not available for public viewing.