Russia: Terra incognita / The Blue stone

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Several km away from Pereslavl-Zalessky on the bank of lake Pleshcheyevo, (now the place is called the "Kleshhchin complex" architectural monument), there is an enormous field stone, called the "Blue Stone". Today it is of a bluish grey colour and is being slowly buried into soil. It has long since had the fame of being wonder-working. According to the old residents who transfer different legends by word of mouth, having been on the field stone heals people of a number of diseases, including female sterility. The "Blue Stone" history dates back to the remote past of this country. By now the historians together with archaeologists have had a reliable evidence of the first settlement on the bank of Pleshcheevo lake which appeared more than 2,000 years ago. The Finns were pioneer settlers, although pagans, however not making bloody sacrifices. The place of the settlement attracted their attention by a 30-m high mountain overtopping the water, from where one could easily observe remote surroundings. When the tribe came to the mountain, there it was "the Blue Stone" lying on its top. So, it was only natural that pagan settlers immediately idolized the field stone, levelled the ground surrounding it, with a pagan meeting house set on its edge.


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26.08.2017 19:46
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26.08.2017 19:48
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