Stratonikeia is an ancient city in Turkey.

The city of Stratonikeia is many thousands of years old. The city lived and flourished in Caria. From him there was a sacred road to Lagina to the temple of Hecate. Its first names are Idrias and Krisaoris. Around the 3rd century BC. the Syrian king Seleucus I gave his wife Stratonikos to his sonContinue reading “Stratonikeia is an ancient city in Turkey.”

Lagina is the cult city of the goddess Hecate.

There are more questions and secrets here than answers. Hecate – the goddess of the moon, night, magic, spells has ambiguous characteristics. She is called the dark goddess. They are afraid of her. She roams the earth with a pack of hellish red-eyed dogs and a retinue of souls of the dead. Only dogs canContinue reading “Lagina is the cult city of the goddess Hecate.”

Bald Mountain in Lysogorka – a place of strength of the Dnieper.

We sail on a yacht from Zaporozhye to the south, towards the Kakhovka reservoir. Already opposite the village of Kanevskoye, a view opens over a high sandy promontory protruding into the river. This is Bald Mountain on the right bank of the Dnieper. The mountain gave its name to the village of Lysogorka. The nextContinue reading “Bald Mountain in Lysogorka – a place of strength of the Dnieper.”

Karlovy Vary. Czech.

I have long wanted to visit Karlovy Vary, a city that gives people mineral water. Hundreds of years in Karlovy Vary noble and wealthy people came to the waters, aristocratic families. Now Karlovy Vary is available to everyone. Here everything works for healing: water, air, mountains and a centuries-old healing program. Water sources are numbered.Continue reading “Karlovy Vary. Czech.”

Scythian chronicles. Ukraine

For me, the Scythians began with a golden ridge from Solokh barrow. In 2013, I visited the exhibition “Gold of Scythian barrows” at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Under the fine work, the signature was a golden crest – the village of Velikaya Znamenka of the Zaporozhye region was found in the Solokha burial mound.Continue reading “Scythian chronicles. Ukraine”