Mysterious Alexander ColumnPetersburg

Recently, we introduced the users of our resource to one of
многих загадочных страниц из истории Санкт-Petersburg, а именно —
prophecies that were associated with the construction of St. Isaac’s
Cathedral, filled with mystical precision. let’s continue
acquaintance with these historical secrets of the Northern capital
Russia.

By the way, the construction of Isaac was led by a French architect
of origin Auguste Monferan, maybe that’s why some readers
even a doubt arose, did he build this temple in Petersburg?

For example, the author of one of the comments on that article proves
что Монферан лишь реставрировал Isaac’s собор (реставрировал
half a century?), although it does not cite any evidence
approval. However, indirectly, this can be believed if
take into account that the same French architect supposedly
put in the capital of Russia is also an amazing Alexandrov
the column. Amazing, because it is impossible to build such a thing
even modern builders and stone-cutters (the column is carved from
granite monolith, more on this below), relying on the most
advanced technique. And in the first half of the XIX century it somehow managed
to do. Monferan may have been a wizard or
an alien? ..

Mysteries of the construction of the Alexander Column

Александровская колонна Petersburg входит в число загадочных
artifacts, explain the origin (appearance in our world)
which from the point of view of modern science is very difficult, and therefore it
fits perfectly into the statement of conspiracy therapists that “with
The official story is something wrong “:

  • Firstly, it is surprising that Tsar Nicholas I entrusts this
    project – construction of granite columns in honor of Palace Square
    victories over Napoleon Bonaparte – Frenchman Montferan. It’s all
    equal that Stalin would ask after the Second World War to build a similar monument
    in honor of the victory over Nazi Germany – the Germans. Strange of course
    but who knows them these Russian kings with their quirks, when they and
    all their surroundings spoke French then
    language;
  • secondly, the scope of construction of this column itself is striking,
    or rather, the fantastic nature of all, without exception, of its links
    appearances.

To begin with, we agree that Auguste Montferan is really like this
and describes himself in two albums released in France in 1832
and 1836 (there are simply no other reliable sources),
for a column a piece of rock in the Puterlak quarry near Vyborg.
From it and was (not known how) cut and polished
column, three and a half meters in diameter (a little less at the top),
almost 26 meters high and weighing 600 tons. How do you think
modern specialists, “pebble”, from which manually (without
machine tool) made this masterpiece at the time of stone-cutters, should not weigh
less than 1600 tons. To note, the most powerful mobile crane in the world
may only slightly lift 1,200 tons.

And here – 1600 tons have broken off from a rock, moved, processed
(it seems like on a fantastic lathe), then the column in
Again, 600 tons of handles were loaded onto a barge (what is this
fabulous such a vessel for that time?), which delivered
The future masterpiece of Palace Square in St. Petersburg. Here it is again
arms unloaded and moved to the square itself (using, as
writes a French architect, ropes, logs and mighty strength
serfs of Russia). All this is clearly shown in his (supposedly
his) two albums (see photo).

Go ahead. In a ditch dug in the Palace Square is driven in
1250 pine six-meter piles (one to one), then poured
water, and on the level of its base evenly leveled (piles
cut off – also a question from the field of miracles: how?), on him
The granite monolith is laid in 400 tons, brought from the same
development (at that mysterious time for Russia, it turns out
process and carry such masses of granite – little things).

Осталось, как говорится, поставить the column. In montferna magazines
you can see a very strange structure, with which 2400
the soldiers in two hours established the greatest monument in history
Russian state. Two years later, after some refinement
masterpiece under the leadership of the same Frenchman, September 11 (August 30
по старому стилю) 1934 года на Дворцовой площади Санкт-Petersburg
held a grand opening of this monument
the heroism of the Russian people.

Somewhat contradictory to all this fantastic
construction seems a small watercolor artist G. Gagarin
�The Alexander Column in the Woods, written in 1932-33
(see photo below), that is, just at the time when it is a masterpiece
�”Finalized”:

  • on the one hand, it is not clear why omnipotent Monferan is not
    put and the top of the granite monolith (and she, in contrast
    from a granite column, really made of brick);
  • on the other hand, the forests on the watercolor of Gagarin demonstrate how
    experts prove, not construction, but rather – restoration
    monument, its completion (recall that Montferan and Isaac’s
    the cathedral allegedly only restored, but did not build).

Historical puzzles that surround us all around

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