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🐬 @connecting_consciousness 🐬 And 🐬 @connecting.consciousness 🐬 _ Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 underwater births, but in 1979 he began experiments with dolphins and children. _ His daughter, one of the first modern water-birthers, was in her late twenties when the following incident happened. Charkovsky and his team had taken a woman to the Black Sea for an underwater birth. _ In two feet of water, preparing for the birth, suddenly three dolphins approached, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body (with sonar?), which somehow relaxed the mother and child and gave birth with no pain or fear. _ Apparently all the human midwives were pretty shocked. This opened up the new practice of ‘Dolphin mid-wivery’ which may sound strange, but fits in with the new breed of super-children that are currently coming in to existence. _ For some reason, dolphins are attracted to pregnant women and young children and as most people are aware, the dolphins can also help heal people with mental and psychological problems. But the children, who are being born with the aid of dolphins, at least with the cases documented in Russia, are extraordinary children. _ Most of the have IQ’s of over 150 (genius range again), plus extremely stable emotional bodies and strong physical bodies. They are superior in one way or another. _ Humans are meant to give birth in water. Some three decades of research and the experience of thousands of births has shown that underwater birth is better for the mother and for the baby. The mother is supported by the water which permits her relaxation and easy movement and during delivery of the baby from the womb to water, the buoyancy of the water supports the baby’s brain and protects it at its most vulnerable time. _ RESEARCH: Dolphin Assisted Births - Igor Charkovsky: IG: CONNECTING CONSCIOUSNESS A man named Igor Charkovsky assisted in over 20,000 underwater births. Eventually he begarn experimenting with women giving birth in the ocean. In 1979, when preparing with his team for an underwater birth in the Black Sea, in a few feet of water suddenly three dolphins approached the pregnant woman, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body up and down with sonar, while relaxing the mother and swimming in circles around her. The mother gave birth to the child effortlessly, painlessly and without fear. This began multiple projects with Dolphin-assisted births that spread worldwide. 🐬 @connecting_consciousness 🐬 And 🐬 @connecting.consciousness 🐬 _ Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 underwater births, but in 1979 he began experiments with dolphins and children. _ His daughter, one of the first modern water-birthers, was in her late twenties when the following incident happened. Charkovsky and his team had taken a woman to the Black Sea for an underwater birth. _ In two feet of water, preparing for the birth, suddenly three dolphins approached, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body (with sonar?), which somehow relaxed the mother and child and gave birth with no pain or fear. _ Apparently all the human midwives were pretty shocked. This opened up the new practice of ‘Dolphin mid-wivery’ which may sound strange, but fits in with the new breed of super-children that are currently coming in to existence. _ For some reason, dolphins are attracted to pregnant women and young children and as most people are aware, the dolphins can also help heal people with mental and psychological problems. But the children, who are being born with the aid of dolphins, at least with the cases documented in Russia, are extraordinary children. _ Most of the have IQ’s of over 150 (genius range again), plus extremely stable emotional bodies and strong physical bodies. They are superior in one way or another. _ Humans are meant to give birth in water. Some three decades of research and the experience of thousands of births has shown that underwater birth is better for the mother and for the baby. The mother is supported by the water which permits her relaxation and easy movement and during delivery of the baby from the womb to water, the buoyancy of the water supports the baby’s brain and protects it at its most vulnerable time. _ RESEARCH: Dolphin Assisted Births - Igor Charkovsky

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enrique262: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Disaster, liquitadors, soviet personnel in charge of the clean-up operation, “the liquidation”, of the disaster, are sent onto the rooftop of the stricken reactor 4 building to clean it up of highly radioactive debris, many coming from the inside of the destroyed reactor itself, as to ensure minimal working conditions could be established, enabling workers to begin construction of the containment building around the stricken reactor, the Sarcophagus.  These men, sent after remote-controlled robots originally tasked with this mission constantly broke down due to damage from the heavy radiation, were nicknamed bio-robots, and worked in such heavily radioactive environment, they couldn’t afford more than a minute of working time each on the rooftop, as more than that would ensure absorption of a fatal dose of radiation. Notice the white flashes at the bottom of the pictures, remnants of the radiation itself present in such alien, hostile environment, which was so strong it reflected itself onto the film inside the cameras, as stated by the journalist behind these pictures, Igor Kostin. The world’s most dangerous job, in the world’s most radioactive place, during the world’s worst nuclear disaster, these men, perhaps unknowingly in many cases, rose to the challenge and ensured the world would never known the horrors they suffered during that fateful year of 1986 in the Ukraine.  : enrique262: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Disaster, liquitadors, soviet personnel in charge of the clean-up operation, “the liquidation”, of the disaster, are sent onto the rooftop of the stricken reactor 4 building to clean it up of highly radioactive debris, many coming from the inside of the destroyed reactor itself, as to ensure minimal working conditions could be established, enabling workers to begin construction of the containment building around the stricken reactor, the Sarcophagus.  These men, sent after remote-controlled robots originally tasked with this mission constantly broke down due to damage from the heavy radiation, were nicknamed bio-robots, and worked in such heavily radioactive environment, they couldn’t afford more than a minute of working time each on the rooftop, as more than that would ensure absorption of a fatal dose of radiation. Notice the white flashes at the bottom of the pictures, remnants of the radiation itself present in such alien, hostile environment, which was so strong it reflected itself onto the film inside the cameras, as stated by the journalist behind these pictures, Igor Kostin. The world’s most dangerous job, in the world’s most radioactive place, during the world’s worst nuclear disaster, these men, perhaps unknowingly in many cases, rose to the challenge and ensured the world would never known the horrors they suffered during that fateful year of 1986 in the Ukraine. 

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fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: 25 March, 2018, Kemerovo. A massive fire started in a mall full of children and families that were enjoying the weekend. The possible cause of the fire was defects in the wiring that couldn’t not withstand a high load. According to some media reports, the mall owners were very well aware of the problems, but didn’t do anything to fix them. During the fire some people were locked  in a movie theatre of the mall. No one unlocked them as the fire started. All fire exits in the building was locked as well. Security guard of the mall turned off fire alarm as soon as the fire  started. 4 people were  detained in connection with the fire. At least 64 people died, but locals claim that the real number of deceased can be measured in hundreds. Firefighters still have no access to some parts of the building. The victims: Maya Erokhina, 12 years old Stanislav Archipenko, 31 years old Victoria Archipenko, 5 years old Vilena Chernikova Victoria Pochankina Daria Saraeva Anfisa Klein, 30 years old Vadim Chmykhalov Sergey Maneshkin Veronica Ponushkova Tatyana Darsalia, 37 years old Maria Ogarkova, 10 years old Anton Mukhin, 28 year old, and Ratibor Mukhin, 5 years old Polina Moroz, 35 years old Maria Moroz, 13  years old Dmitry Galanin and Mikhail Galanin, 10 years old Konstantin Ogarkov, 8 years old Alena Sabadash  Igor Teslenko Yana Alimova, 42 years old, and her  daughter Ruslana, 5 years old Diana Nizovskaya, 11 years old Natalia Ustinova  The victims list will be updated. Evgeny MoskalenkoElena Vostrikova and her three children (2, 5 and 7 years old) Anna Bahaeva, 8 years oldKsenia Ananyeva Olesya Moskalenko, 37 years old Ksenia Moskalenko Artem Baranov, 12 years old and his sister Arina, 8 years old Veronika Trusova, 8 years old and her sister Vasilisa, 4 years old Some of the animals victims (200 animals from mall’s contact zoo died in the fire):                                                        Aftermath According to local activists, 85 people remain missing. Most of them are children. Marina Baranova, 57 years old Uliana Ustinova, 5 years old Elizaveta Sypko, 12 years old Olga Fedina, 45 years old Natalia Selezen, 37 years old Thousands of people across the country participated in protests in memorials. Demolition of the building began today, July 14, 2018. The city decided to build a park on the territory that will be a memorial to the victims. Eleven people, including EMERCOM workers that allegedly failed to carry out the rescue operation properly are awaiting trial at the moment. : fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: fromrussiawithcrime: 25 March, 2018, Kemerovo. A massive fire started in a mall full of children and families that were enjoying the weekend. The possible cause of the fire was defects in the wiring that couldn’t not withstand a high load. According to some media reports, the mall owners were very well aware of the problems, but didn’t do anything to fix them. During the fire some people were locked  in a movie theatre of the mall. No one unlocked them as the fire started. All fire exits in the building was locked as well. Security guard of the mall turned off fire alarm as soon as the fire  started. 4 people were  detained in connection with the fire. At least 64 people died, but locals claim that the real number of deceased can be measured in hundreds. Firefighters still have no access to some parts of the building. The victims: Maya Erokhina, 12 years old Stanislav Archipenko, 31 years old Victoria Archipenko, 5 years old Vilena Chernikova Victoria Pochankina Daria Saraeva Anfisa Klein, 30 years old Vadim Chmykhalov Sergey Maneshkin Veronica Ponushkova Tatyana Darsalia, 37 years old Maria Ogarkova, 10 years old Anton Mukhin, 28 year old, and Ratibor Mukhin, 5 years old Polina Moroz, 35 years old Maria Moroz, 13  years old Dmitry Galanin and Mikhail Galanin, 10 years old Konstantin Ogarkov, 8 years old Alena Sabadash  Igor Teslenko Yana Alimova, 42 years old, and her  daughter Ruslana, 5 years old Diana Nizovskaya, 11 years old Natalia Ustinova  The victims list will be updated. Evgeny MoskalenkoElena Vostrikova and her three children (2, 5 and 7 years old) Anna Bahaeva, 8 years oldKsenia Ananyeva Olesya Moskalenko, 37 years old Ksenia Moskalenko Artem Baranov, 12 years old and his sister Arina, 8 years old Veronika Trusova, 8 years old and her sister Vasilisa, 4 years old Some of the animals victims (200 animals from mall’s contact zoo died in the fire):                                                        Aftermath According to local activists, 85 people remain missing. Most of them are children. Marina Baranova, 57 years old Uliana Ustinova, 5 years old Elizaveta Sypko, 12 years old Olga Fedina, 45 years old Natalia Selezen, 37 years old Thousands of people across the country participated in protests in memorials. Demolition of the building began today, July 14, 2018. The city decided to build a park on the territory that will be a memorial to the victims. Eleven people, including EMERCOM workers that allegedly failed to carry out the rescue operation properly are awaiting trial at the moment.

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lostcrimeprincess: The Dyatlov Pass Incident occurred in the Ural mountains of Russia nearly 60 years ago. 9 experienced hikers were found frozen in the snow with unusual injuries and even more unusual circumstances surrounding their deaths.A hiking group from the Ural PolyTechnical institute, lead by Igor Dyatlov, were hiking to Ortem, a category three hiking trip(the most difficult) The trip was no worry to the hikers(originally 8 men and 2 women) as they were all experienced hikers and skiers.Before they set out on what would be the last leg of their journey one of the men, Yuri Yudin, did not feel well and had to leave early. This illness would save his life.The group of 9 set up camp on the base of the mountain called Kholat Syakhl, also known as “Dead Mountain) in Mansi. It is unknown why they camped on the slope and not down near the forest where they would have more shelter from the elements. By the next morning all the hikers would be dead. Some of the bodies wuld not be found for 3 months.Here is where their deaths become a mystery. It was determined they froze to death(6) or died of fatal injuries(3) however their bodoes were scattered up to 3000 meters from their tent, which had been cut open from the inside. Yuri Krivonischenko and Yuri Doreschenko were found 2000 meters down the hill huddled together with a dead fire. Branches on the tree they were under were broken up to 5 meters high suggesting one of them climbed up the tree. They were both shoe less and only in their underwear. Between the cedar tree and the camp the bodies of Igor Dyatlov,  Zinaida Kolomogorova, and Rustem Slobodin were found in positions suggesting they tried to return to the camp. All of these bodies were found February 26, 1959.It wasn’t until May 6 that year that the last four hikers would be found dead under 4 meters of snow in a ravine 2075 meters away from the tent. Lyudmilla Dubinina had been found face down in the ravine missing her tongue, lips, and eyes. She had also sustained a major chest fracture along with Zolotaryov, though neither had bruising on their bodies or soft tissue to suggest anything causing the fracture. Thibeaux-Brignolles had also sustained a major skull fracture. The injuries Thibeaux-Brignolles, Zolotaryov, and Dubinina sustained that lead to their deaths were made with a force as strong as a car crash said  Dr. Boris Vozrozhdenny when asked.  Those who had died first had relinquished their clothing to the other as Zolotaryov was wearing Dubinina’s faux fur coat.The nine hikers were the only people on the mountain that night, they had all died within 6-8 hours of their last meal, and they all left the tent by their own accord. Some hikers camping on a mountain a few kilometers away reported seeing strange orange orbs in the sky that night and the last picture on Krioneschenko’s camera showed some blurry orbs. It was also reported that at the funerals for the hikers their bodies held a deep tan, an almost orange one. Ultimately their death was ruled to be caused by an unknown force and may remain a mystery forever. : Yuri Doroshenko Lyudmila Dubinina gor Dyatlov Alexander Zinaida Kolmogorova Kolevatov Yuri Krivonischenko Rustem Slobodin Nikolai Thibeaux- Semyon Zolotaryov Yuri Yudin* lostcrimeprincess: The Dyatlov Pass Incident occurred in the Ural mountains of Russia nearly 60 years ago. 9 experienced hikers were found frozen in the snow with unusual injuries and even more unusual circumstances surrounding their deaths.A hiking group from the Ural PolyTechnical institute, lead by Igor Dyatlov, were hiking to Ortem, a category three hiking trip(the most difficult) The trip was no worry to the hikers(originally 8 men and 2 women) as they were all experienced hikers and skiers.Before they set out on what would be the last leg of their journey one of the men, Yuri Yudin, did not feel well and had to leave early. This illness would save his life.The group of 9 set up camp on the base of the mountain called Kholat Syakhl, also known as “Dead Mountain) in Mansi. It is unknown why they camped on the slope and not down near the forest where they would have more shelter from the elements. By the next morning all the hikers would be dead. Some of the bodies wuld not be found for 3 months.Here is where their deaths become a mystery. It was determined they froze to death(6) or died of fatal injuries(3) however their bodoes were scattered up to 3000 meters from their tent, which had been cut open from the inside. Yuri Krivonischenko and Yuri Doreschenko were found 2000 meters down the hill huddled together with a dead fire. Branches on the tree they were under were broken up to 5 meters high suggesting one of them climbed up the tree. They were both shoe less and only in their underwear. Between the cedar tree and the camp the bodies of Igor Dyatlov,  Zinaida Kolomogorova, and Rustem Slobodin were found in positions suggesting they tried to return to the camp. All of these bodies were found February 26, 1959.It wasn’t until May 6 that year that the last four hikers would be found dead under 4 meters of snow in a ravine 2075 meters away from the tent. Lyudmilla Dubinina had been found face down in the ravine missing her tongue, lips, and eyes. She had also sustained a major chest fracture along with Zolotaryov, though neither had bruising on their bodies or soft tissue to suggest anything causing the fracture. Thibeaux-Brignolles had also sustained a major skull fracture. The injuries Thibeaux-Brignolles, Zolotaryov, and Dubinina sustained that lead to their deaths were made with a force as strong as a car crash said  Dr. Boris Vozrozhdenny when asked.  Those who had died first had relinquished their clothing to the other as Zolotaryov was wearing Dubinina’s faux fur coat.The nine hikers were the only people on the mountain that night, they had all died within 6-8 hours of their last meal, and they all left the tent by their own accord. Some hikers camping on a mountain a few kilometers away reported seeing strange orange orbs in the sky that night and the last picture on Krioneschenko’s camera showed some blurry orbs. It was also reported that at the funerals for the hikers their bodies held a deep tan, an almost orange one. Ultimately their death was ruled to be caused by an unknown force and may remain a mystery forever. 

lostcrimeprincess: The Dyatlov Pass Incident occurred in the Ural mountains of Russia nearly 60 years ago. 9 experienced hikers were fou...

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