The secret of the “Tusul sleeping princess”

In 1969, in the area of ​​the village of Rzhavchik, Tisulsky district (Russia), during stripping work at a coal mine, a strange coffin was found, in which a young-looking woman lay, and as if alive. Scientists have established: its age is about 800 million years …

There are no publications about the “Tisul princess” in the scientific press. Official science does not want to discuss the Tisul find, since the mere fact of the discovery of a person’s burial in the thickness of coal, whose age is estimated at millions of years, is inexplicable. But silence does not mean at all that this find was not.

On September 5, 1969, the head of the section of the coal mine, Alexander Masalygin, was reported: miner Karnaukhov discovered a sarcophagus in the coal seam. Masalygin worked in coal mines for several days and heard that sometimes miners find objects in the coal that should not be there by definition.

A screw, a chain, a metal ball or some other artificial object in a coal seam, whose age is estimated at millions of years – but this cannot be, because it can never be! But for decades, tales have been circulating among miners about unusual artifacts found in coal, and every miner secretly dreams of finding at least a carnation.

And here is a whole sarcophagus! Masalygin ordered to stop all work, to raise the find from a 70-meter depth to the surface and began to call the area, in a hurry to report an unusual find and asking to send someone as soon as possible.

She was dressed in a snow-white lace transparent dress, just below the knees. With short sleeves embroidered with multicolored flowers. There was no underwear. It seemed that the woman was not dead, but asleep. At the head of the bed is a black, rectangular, rounded at one end, a metal box (something like a cell phone), about 25 by 10 cm in size.

The coffin was open for public viewing from about 10 to 15 hours. The whole village came to see the miracle.

And at this time, the workers came to an unusual find. There were conversations: “The city people will come and take everything for themselves. And we, who find it, will be left with shish and kumysh and will not even tell what was inside. ” Someone had already brought in a crowbar and began to gouge the putty to lift the lid.

It didn’t take long to hammer. Under the influence of air and light, the putty flowed. One of the extreme lovers took a drop on his finger, licked it and immediately spat out: “Disgusting.” (This turned out to be enough: a week later he developed a mental disorder. Six months later, he was completely unable to think anything and froze by the wall of his house – he could not find the door.)

Almost immediately the regional center was informed about the find. The bosses, firemen, military, police came in large numbers. By 14 o’clock a brick-colored helicopter flew in from the area and delivered a dozen respectable “comrades” in civilian clothes, who immediately declared that the place was contagious and ordered those present to move away from the coffin.

After that, they cordoned off the place of discovery and rewrote everyone who touched the coffin and even those close to them, supposedly for an urgent medical examination. The “comrades” dragged the coffin into the helicopter, but the burden turned out to be too heavy, and they decided to facilitate the task by removing the liquid. After pumping out the liquid from the coffin, the corpse began to turn black right before our eyes.

Then the liquid was again poured, and the blackness began to quickly disappear. A minute later, a blush began to play again on the cheeks of the deceased, and the whole body of the deceased acquired its previous life-like appearance. The coffin was closed and carried into the helicopter, the rest of the putty was collected with the ground in plastic bags and the witnesses were ordered to disperse. Then the helicopter soared up and headed for Novosibirsk.

Five days later, an elderly professor arrived in Rzhavchik from Novosibirsk and gave a lecture in a village club on the preliminary results of laboratory studies of a recent find. The professor said that this rusty find would change the very understanding of history. In the very near future, Soviet scientists will publish the results of their research, and this will shock the scientific world.

The age of the burial, according to the professor, is at least 800 million years!

The woman was buried in the Carboniferous period of the Paleozoic era, millions of years before the appearance of dinosaurs, long before the formation of coal on the planet, when, according to modern concepts, the earth was still a continuous plant kingdom.

The original coffin with the woman’s body stood in a wooden crypt in the middle of a deep forest. Over time, the crypt was completely buried in the ground, collapsed and without oxygen access for hundreds of millions of years turned into a monolithic coal seam. At first, an alien version was put forward, but the genetic analysis of the woman’s body showed her 100 percent similarity with a modern Russian person.

Today we are one to one the same as our ancestors were 800 million years ago! It has been established that the level of civilization to which the woman belonged exceeds all known so far, including ours, since the nature of the fabric from which the dress of the “princess” is made does not lend itself to scientific analysis.

The technology for the production of such a material has not yet been invented by mankind. It has not yet been possible to determine the composition of the pink-blue liquid; only some of its constituent components, formed by the most ancient varieties of onions and garlic, have been identified. The professor said nothing about the metal box, except that it was being studied. The lecturer left, and a couple of days later a tiny note appeared in the Tisul district newspaper that an archaeological relic was discovered near the village of Rzhavchik, which would shed light on history.

And soon young people in gray suits arrived in Rzhavchik, who explained that the professor was still that dreamer and the editor of the newspaper that published this nonsense, had already been severely punished. Then they, together with the district policeman, went to all the houses and where for money, and where with threats (the district police officer knew whom to scare off with) they seized all issues of the seditious newspaper.

The indignation subsided by itself, when the Tisul district was suddenly cordoned off by the military, the police went through the courtyards, seizing the “seditious” number from the population, and the place where the coffin was found was carefully dug up and covered with earth. And yet, despite the efforts of the authorities, there were fighters for the truth among the villagers.

One of the heroes ran around all instances, even wrote a letter to the Central Committee of the CPSU, but a year later he died suddenly (according to the official version, from heart failure). When all six “discoverers” of the coffin died one after another in car accidents during the year, the surviving witnesses fell silent forever.

In 1973, when, according to the authorities, “everything had calmed down”, large-scale excavations were carried out in the strictest secrecy on the shores and islands of Lake Berchikul, six kilometers from the site of the sarcophagus discovery. The place of work was cordoned off by soldiers and police. But, as the saying goes: “You can’t hide an awl in a sack!”….
6 km. from the place of discovery of the sarcophagus in the vicinity and on the islands of about. Berchikul began large-scale excavations.

The villagers were eaten by curiosity, but the excavation area was cordoned off by soldiers. The officer paid a visit to the village council and asked the chairman to inform the residents that everyone who tries to penetrate the cordon will have not just trouble, but very big trouble.

Once several workers from the excavations looked into Rzhavchik – the men were tipsy and came for an additional portion of alcohol. One of them let slip that three more sarcophagi were found.

The expedition worked all summer and part of autumn. After it, a huge, literally plowed area was left. But this time no one was in a hurry to tell the residents of Rzhavchik what they found near their village. We will not find out about this soon.

“… Before him, in the sad gloom,
The crystal coffin is swinging
And in a crystal coffin that
The princess sleeps in eternal sleep … ”
A.S. Pushkin

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