Young Russian genius says Martians are real and here's where we can find the proof!
A young Russian man is sticking to his story that he first told as a child. Boriska Kipriyanovich, 20, claims he once lived on Mars and that secrets from the Red Planet are hidden in Egypt.
According to Kipriyanovich, the Great Pyramid of Giza holds a secret from Mars that can change the world. Researchers recently discovered a hidden room in the pyramid.
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - Boriska Kipriyanovich from Volgograd, Russia claims he once lived on Mars before being born on Earth. He has told this story since childhood, and continues to insist that it is true. The man, who is clearly a genius of some sort, can tell a convincing, if outlandish tale.
Kipriyanovich is impressive by any standard. According to his mother, he could lift his own head at just two weeks of age. He was able to talk within months, and could read and write at age one-and-a-half. He impressed his teachers in kindergarten with his memory and other talents.
He was fascinated with space, according to his parents, and at a young age insisted he had lived on Mars.
To this day, he claims a civilization flourishes underground, driven off the surface by an ancient nuclear war. The Martians, he says, can be seven feet tall, breathe carbon dioxide, and age until they are 35, then no more. They are immortal. They have advanced technology, travel space, and even visited ancient Egypt where they helped to build the Great Pyramid at Giza and the Sphinx. Both of these Egyptian treasures hold Martian secrets which have eluded discovery. Kipriyanovich says there is a way to unlock the Sphinx which requires the use of a mechanism behind one of its ears. Kipriyanovich says he once visited ancient Egypt as a spaceship pilot. He also promises that life on Earth will be transformed once the secrets in the Sphinx are discovered.
Remarkably, his explanations for planetary motion and other ideas have surprised scientists and experts with their accuracy. He knows and understands concepts that are not comprehensible to children, or at least to children without degrees in physics.
So, should we unlock the Sphinx already?
Unfortunately, Occam's razor suggests we aren't dealing with an immortal Martian starship pilot. Instead, Kipriyanovich appears to be a genius with an overactive imagination. There exists no evidence, aside from his remarkable development and intelligence, to suggest anything he says is true.
However, scientists recently confirmed the existence of a hidden chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza. And has anyone climbed the Sphinx to inspect behind its ears?
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