One Mystery Is Solved and Another is Found

I think that is a description of the best day possible. I now understand why Mongolian wrestling uniforms are…. what they are. They began, literally thousands of years ago, as a deel and pants. They had minimal standard rules so people could do what they wanted. And as in most cloth martial arts (Judo, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) having […]

Cave Canem

“There was one species on Terra that lived in very close symbiosis with the domesticated primates. This was a variety of domesticated canines called dogs. The dogs had learned to achieve a rough simulation of guilt and remorse and worry and other domesticated primate characteristics. The domesticated primates had learned how to achieve simulations of […]

Shamballa Land and other Buddhist Sites

This is Shamballa Land. It is a reconstruction (yes, the Soviets were very thorough about destroying stuff) of a holy site built by the Lama of the Gobi. If you go there, it will be easier for you to reach enlightenment. Its mostly an empty space surrounded by Supas. There are places to make offerings also, including […]

Slightly More Subtle Things

There is a Lama, called the Lama of the Gobi, who has been incarnated in Mongolia five times (I believe others have claimed to be incarnates but haven’t been accepted as such. You have to pass some tests). The last incarnation, Dulduityn Danzanravjaa, was a very significant figure in Mongolian history. He started a number of […]

Orkhon Inscriptions

When I was in middle school, I was very enthusiastic about history but quickly became bored with the standard canon of Western history, namely American history. At the time history class basically ran through Sumer, Egypt(often old testament based), Greece, Rome, Middle Ages, Discovery of American, American Revolution.  I became interested in history that didn’t […]