People of a Siberian tribe live for not less than 100 years and never suffer from diseases
When children of the tribe see people outside the settlements for the first time they got shocked that so many people drink alcohol and smoke. The tribe is in fact isolated from the rest of the world. The settlers say they feel sorry for other people living in the world because their life is wicked. There are 5,759 people in the tribe; all of them are vegetarians.
Elina Davydova is a woman who was born in a remote secret settlement of very old Raskolnik Christians in the Siberian taiga; these people have been living there for 15 centuries already. Elina's mission is to teach people the right way of living and cure them with the help of her unique inborn talent. Unlike the numerous healers and swindlers claiming they are healers Elina never takes money for her help to people.
Elina Davydova is sure that people on the planet may live the way that people of her taiga tribe do: they never fall ill and celebrate the first birthday at the age of 100. The people religiously follow the Bible commandments. They know the authentic history of the planet and know the secret of the Egypt pyramids, of Stonehenge and Noah's Ark.
Elina has devoted her life to a major mission of helping people to pass to the sixth civilization. She learnt about her mission at the age of three. She is the seventh and the last woman in the clan having the unique talent. Before that, there were seven men of the clan having the talent. Elina's grandmother told her that she would be the last woman with the unique talent and after that people would pass to the sixth civilization.
For security purposes, Elina does not indicate the place where her tribe lives. She just mentions that the settlement is situated on a high mountain plateau in Siberia. The mountain looks very much like a pyramid. The settlement cannot be seen from the air. Buildings of the settlement are constructed upon the pyramid principle and everything in the houses agrees with the Fengshui. The people observe their centuries-long traditions in eating, sleeping, clothing, growing vegetables and so on. It is known that similar tribes also live in northern Egypt.
These people are aware of the transition to a new civilization. The tribe has no watch; they use sand-glass and live according to the lunar calendar.
Elders of the tribe know about Stonehenge and Arkaim. Traditionally, people of the tribe lived in one area for 200 years and got an assignment to go to different parts of the planet to teach people the right way of living. It was particularly important to keep God's people, to teach them the right way of living and give them the true knowledge.
Elina says that the tribe follows the law of the bird in everyday life: they wake up together with bird singing early in the morning and go to bed when birds cease to sing. There is still no electricity in the settlement, usually the people go to bed when it becomes dark and use little candles. They use firewood to warm their houses and cook meals, but they mostly cook in winter and seldom in summer. They drink only fresh hot tea and do not eat animal meat.
The old believers drink only goat's milk, at that it is important that every woman of the tribe must milk her goat herself. These people believe that milk like water can transmit information.
The population control is getting tough worldwide, but families of the Siberian secret tribe are happy to have more children. Elina says that her grandmother had 24 children, and her mother was the 24th child to whom the grandmother gave birth at the age of 63. The Raskolniks say that the more children they have the safer their pension will be in the future. These people know that delivery of a baby makes women stronger and more beautiful in case they are healthy.
People of the Siberian tribe live for not less than 100 years and never suffer from diseases. Each of them approximately knows the day when he may die. There is a tradition to celebrate the first birthday at the age of 100. Elina hopes that she will celebrate her birthday at 100 (she is 66 now).
There are 5,759 people in the tribe; all of them are vegetarians. They breed rabbits and quails; they eat eggs and sell rabbit meat to other people outside the tribe. This is the way to earn money for the tribe. The tribe is in fact isolated from the rest of the world. The settlers say they feel sorry for other people living in the world because their life is wicked.
When children of the tribe see people outside the settlements for the first time they got shocked that so many people drink alcohol and smoke. Elina says that people in the tribe never get drunk as they consider it a sin.
It has been prohibited for a long period to take video of the life in the tribe. Today, it is allowed to demonstrate the right way of living to the world. But Elina is not sure this may help the world live better. Unfortunately, people have got out of the habit of sowing, weeding and harvesting; they rather buy everything ready at stores. But it is important for people to grow everything themselves.
The tribe has a temple that is open 24 hours a day; people of the tribe get together in the temple to discuss their everyday affairs. The language of the tribe is special and resembles several other languages of the world.
Elina is a wonderful healer and can see all diseases and faults of a man. She says that she sees diseased organs being dark and aching organs are red. What is more, Elina even sees perfectly well if people lie. When she was a girl she thought that other people were as gifted as she was and could see unusual things as well. But at the age of 4 her grandmother told her there were just 12 people having the unique talent in the world. But in many years, Elina would remain the only human having the unique talent in the world.
Elina is sure that true healers never advertise themselves and never take money for what they do. She insists that all who break this law will sooner or later have to pay for the sin. Indeed, healers themselves got their talent for free, which in its turn means they must take no money for helping people to live the right life.
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