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Armenian falsifiers are ready to attribute the monuments of Azerbaijani culture even to "aliens" - just not Azerbaijanis

02.07.19 13:45


In the face of problems with the flights of Russian tourists in Georgia, Armenia in every way "attracts" tourists from Russia to itself. At the same time, it advertises cultural heritage appropriated through falsifications, primarily Azerbaijani and Georgian, with custom-made materials. Including in Russian and Russian-language media.

 

On the Armenian nationalist Yerkramas website, a “custom-made” article was recently reprinted enlightened by the unique ancient monument of Azerbaijani culture “Goshun Dash” located on the historical Azerbaijani land - in Zangezur, which the Armenian falsifiers have long called “Zorats Karer”.

 

The material is called: “Complex“ Zorats Karer ”: the work of aliens or the oldest observatory in the world?” (yerkramas.org)

 

Here is the full text of this material:

 

“Armenia is beautiful, there is no doubt about it. And it is ancient,”writes Tatyana Demchenko from the Russian network publication GLAS in her publication on “Armenian Stonehenge.” The note by the Russian author further states:

 

“There are ancient monoliths here, and civilizations have risen and fallen dozens of times over thousands of years. But perhaps the most mysterious is Zorats Karer, also known as the Armenian Stonehenge. He is 7,500 years old, perhaps even older. By some estimates, it is 4,500 years older than the British Stonehenge. A total of about 280 stones, some weighing up to 50 tons each, are located in an interesting pattern. More than 80 stones have holes drilled in them.

 

Although no one knows for sure what the stones were used for, there are many theories. According to Giorgio Tsukalosa, this is the work of aliens. Monoliths with thread on them resemble images of aliens. Bulging heads, slanted eyes, they are very similar to how aliens are portrayed today. In fact, the Armenian Stonehenge may be the oldest observatory in the world. The holes drilled in the stones were made at certain angles. Some believe that they pointed to certain stars.

 

Armenian Stonehenge most likely had other ritual uses. Perhaps it was used to satisfy the cult of the sun god worshiped by the early Armenians. Armenian Stonehenge includes one tomb and several burials in which petroglyphs of the Bronze Age and other objects were found. These findings gave rise to the idea that the place was used as a burial.

 

Armenian Stonehenge most likely had other ritual uses. Perhaps it was used to satisfy the cult of the sun god worshiped by the early Armenians. Armenian Stonehenge includes one tomb and several burials in which petroglyphs of the Bronze Age and other objects were found. These findings gave rise to the idea that the place was used as a burial.

 

The true purpose of the Armenian Stonehenge remains an inexplicable secret and will probably remain for some time. This amazing and beautiful archaeological site is open to the public. ”


At the same time, the arrogance of the Armenian falsifiers has no chapels. The article has never mentioned, neither the Turkic name, cultural monument Goshun-Dash or (“Warrior’s stones” or “Military stones”), nor is its creators - the indigenous people of Zangezur Turks-Azerbaijanis.

 

Although even the Armenian ethnographer and philologist Stepan Danilovich Lisitsyan (1865 - 1947) in his work “Koshun-Dash. The megalithic mound in Sisian (Zangezur) ”, published in 1935, almost speaks directly about the Turkic origin of the monument:“ According to popular legend, the military leader was buried in the dolmen, and his warriors were buried under the standing stones: hence the name (Turkic) of the town: “Military stones ".

 

It is clear that in 1935 the Armenians still remembered that the soldiers were the Turks. And at that time in Zangezur lived mostly indigenous Azerbaijani population.

 

However, after the deportation of 1947-1948, the number of Azerbaijanis in Zangezur decreased. Finally, the Azerbaijani population was expelled from the historical Azerbaijani land - Zangezur in 1988-1990.

 

And now the Armenian falsifiers advertising for tourists the assigned cultural heritage of others deliberately do not mention either the Turkic name or the Turkic origin of “Goshun Dash”. But it is also difficult to explain it from the point of view of a completely false and mythical Armenian “history”. So we have to invent fairy tales about the "ancient Armenian observatory" and "aliens."

 

At the same time, the Armenian nationalists are hindering their own, Armenian archeologists, who, by digging up the “Goshun Dash”, find evidence that this is not at all an “ancient Armenian observatory,” but an ancient Turkic burial. Here, for example, the publication “Noah's Ark” in the article “THE CITY“ ZORATS-KARER ”-“ GOSHUN-DASH ”: OBSERVATORY OR CULTURAL CONSTRUCTION?” (Https://noev-kovcheg.ru/mag/2019-06/6606. html) which writes:

 

“At the excavation site, a group of residents of Sisian and surrounding villages, who disagree with the point of view of the head of the excavation Ashot Piliposyan, demanded that archaeologists immediately collect their belongings and leave the monument:“ You invaded our house, distort history ... You launched anti-Armenian activities here, against the state, receive foreign grants, launder money. The whole world recognizes that this is an observatory, and you declare that this is an burial ground. By your statements, you impede the development of tourism. ”

 

Armenian nationalists and falsifiers are ready to chase away their own Armenian, but honest archeologists, if it is possible to conclude from their findings that the monument is Turkic Azerbaijani.

 

However, in relation to dozens of Georgian churches not in the north of the Republic of Armenia, where Georgian frescoes and Georgian inscriptions are preserved and there are no Armenian inscriptions, Armenian falsifiers state that they are “Armenian Khalkedonian”. They are not even mentioning that these are monuments of Georgian culture and Georgian shrines.

 

I wonder how they will explain to competent tourists murals with Georgian inscriptions? Will they also attribute them to "aliens"?

 

 

 

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