A Russian teenager who claims he comes from the planet Mars has left scientists baffled – and convinced he’s telling the truth.
Boris Kipriyanovich – known as an Indigo Boy – amazed doctors when he was able to read, write and draw by the age of just two – and a couple of weeks after he was born, he was able to ‘hold his own head up unassisted’.
His parents both claim the boy was able to speak ‘months after he was born’ and would talk about certain subjects they said they’d never taught him, ‘such as alien civilisations’.
Watch the Boris’ 2008 interview here:
Gennady Belimov, a university professor in the Volgograd region of Russia, apparently witnessed Boris, aged just seven at the time, ‘astound an adult audience’ during a camping trip.
Project Camelot says he ‘held them spellbound for an hour and a half as he recounted tales of past lives on Mars and Lemuria, and warned of catastrophes due to affect the Earth in 2009 and 2013’.
Boriska, from Volgograd, says he lived on a ‘war-ravaged’ Mars, which suffered a nuclear catastrophe in the distant past.
He claims martians measuring around seven-feet tall still live there, underground, on Mars and breathe carbon dioxide.
According to MailOnline, Boris said the people living on Mars are ‘immortal and stop ageing at the age of 35’, they are also ‘technologically advanced and capable of interstellar travel’.
He told experts the martians on Mars had a ‘strong connection to the ancient Egyptians on Earth’ and said he’d visited the planet as a pilot on one occasion.
He believed Earth would ‘change dramatically’ when the Great Sphinx monument in Giza is ‘unlocked’, and said the opening mechanism is ‘hidden behind an ear’.
Project Camelot said:
Within a short time, word was spreading within Russia about what this diminutive prophet had to say, especially once the story was picked by Moscow’s premier newspaper.
Word filtered to the west, where we first heard about him in our interview with Michael St Clair last year. Meanwhile, there had been a short piece about him in Nexus Magazine which had stirred up a huge amount of interest.
So Project Camelot decided to travel to Russia to find him. It seems we were the first westerners to have made the journey.
On October 8, 2008, Project Camelot interviewed Boris along with his mum, Nadya, near Moscow where she’d brought her son to attend a special school for gifted children.
Nadya and Boris lived in a small one-bedroom apartment at the time as his father ‘was absent’.
Project Camelot vowed to do ‘all we can to help’ Boris who they described as ‘charming, delightful, shy, alert, perceptive, sensitive, and clearly highly intelligent’.
When he was asked what he thought of the people of planet Earth, he said:
I don’t like saying bad things about people.
The truth is out there.