The Caucasus Mudflood: Baku Oil Fields, Cave Cities of Georgia, Directed Energy Terra-forming and Starforts


Armenia is more appropriate in Persia, which is still a work in progress. It appears at the top here bc I started in ABC order by country.

The Yerevan Fortress after ‘earthquake’ circa 1860.


Baku is the location of oil fields that were already in full operation, and even in advanced state of disrepair, at the beginning of the repopulation.

Jews always controlled the oil

My text is in blue.

I found this article from the E-mag, World Jewish Traveler titled ‘The Jewish Story of Baku’. I’m familiar with this place as an Olde World industrial site, it was just a little too far out to make the Asia essay but Baku had a file in the ‘drafts’ section. The old oil drilling operation, in full swing all the way back to the beginning.

Fuck that shit you heard about whale oil. I’m saying there were no American Colonies and places like Nantucket the whaling capital are historic fiction. Colonial whaling didn’t nearly extinct the whale populations, that were so populous you could walk to Europe on them. Same as American Bison. There was no great herd of bison that stretched as far as you can see in every direction, killed off by railroad builders… The RR was always here and there were no great herds. I’m not saying there were absolutely zero whaling outfits and mass bison slaughters. Coal mining and oil drilling were fully operational at the Repopulation.

I wrote a piece before I ever figured out about the Reset and Repopulation about the founding fathers of Nantucket Island and the growth of the Whale Oil Industry and the Quaker experience in Colonial America. That research created the recognition of why this article tries to discreetly connect the Jews to the oil industry.

Jewish population of Baku consists mainly of Ashkenazi Jews, who started arriving in Baku in 1832. They are believed to be soldier-cantonists, underage sons of (P)Russian conscripts, who from 1721 were educated in special “canton schools” for future military service. These schools were called garrison schools in the 18th century and those who left the Pale of Settlement (the western region of Imperial Russia with varying borders that existed from 1791 to 1917, in which permanent residency by Jews was allowed and beyond which Jewish residency was mostly forbidden). The industrialization of Baku as a result of the oil boom attracted many qualified immigrants, including Ashkenazi Jews. In 1913, the population of Jews was constantly increasing. 

Jews played an important role in the intellectual and artistic life of Baku. For example, 75 out of 238 lawyers, and 69 out of 185 doctors for Jews in the late 19-early 20th centuries. [Legalese Binding-Contract magick as ‘intellect’ and modern Big Pharm as ‘art’] There were Jewish schools, religious schools for learning Torah, Talmud [1%er Jew religion that see Goy as racially inferior] and Mishna, private musical and girls’ schools, and libraries. In 1910, there was a Jewish Cultural Society “Palestine”. [ Thats just a sick sense of mockery] They played an important role in the development of the oil industry in Azerbaijan. For example, the construction of the Baku-Batumi oil pipeline was predominantly funded by the Rothschilds. [No it wasn’t, it was built by the Nobles, of the prize money for mock science. The Rchilds are just a cover story, For all the power and wealth they are said to have the Rothschilds are just like all the rest and they serve a purpose, their role is to humanize certain conditions and/or policy and are also used to hide the real movers and shakers from the public eye. The same things would still be implimented whether they were around or not. They provide cover just like Musk or Zuck or any of them fuckers] Baku-born engineer David Landau and his wife doctor Lyubov Veniaminovna Landau contributed to the scientific life of Baku. Their son Lev became one of the most prominent scientists of the 20th century and got nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics. [They dont tell you the Nobel family owns the biggest oil company in Baku and the same guy that invented dynamite and started the prize was a founding brother. See how they still managed to insert the name into the discussion without the reader even knowing it. They lied about the name of the funder and slipped in the real name, pretending it was a different subject]

Apart from the Ashkenazi, a small group of Georgian Jews had also emerged in Baku. They had moved to Baku from different cities of Georgia in late 19-early 20th centuries and emigrated to Baku for economic reasons. They spoke Georgian language and kept all Georgian traditions including food but strictly followed Jewish religious rule. [Talmudic Jewish World supremacy].  

The fall of the Tsar Russia [Jewish project, regardless of how much is accurate, the J’s have covertly inserted themselves into mainstream alt history. See my Russia essay for details (not about the J’s)] in 1917 was greeted with enthusiasm among the Jews of Baku as it meant elimination of many anti-Jewish rules. The establishment of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1918 granted equal rights to all nationalities living in the territories of Azerbaijan. Jewish population of Azerbaijan contributed to the political life of the young republic. Moisey Gukhman was the first Jewish parliamentarian. The Minister of Health was E. Hindes, deputy Minister of Finance and the Chairman of the State Bank was M. Abeshaus. 

With the establishment of the Soviet Union, [They are now telling you they are responsible for this one also] the Jewish population of Baku was increasing due to the persecutions in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus and the outcomes of the civil war in the country, which made people look for better life elsewhere. [These mass-migration events are orchestrated, within their own circles and media the Jews mock their Goyim but they arent smart enough to have devised the system they take credit for, I mean the J’s are not the very top so watch out for the fake truth gurus that focus only on them. It’s a schtick.] The Soviet policy on fighting illiteracy facilitated opening of schools for Mountain Jews, clubs and libraries. However, schools in Jewish languages were being shut down by the Stalin regime of the 1930’s, as well as the synagogues, religious schools and other religious buildings. As a result of the mass propaganda of proletarian internationalism mixed marriages were increasing and Jews were increasingly assimilating with other ethnic and religious groups. Many lost their identity, language and traditions. [Crypto Jews] The processes resulted in the formation of the phenomenon known as “Bakuvian” (бакинец) – an interesting symbiosis of cultures of different ethnic groups, in which the Jewish population of Baku was an integral part. 

Jews joined the Soviet army, even participated in World War II. [All wars are Jewish constructs,,, To an extent. All wars are fake, see the ‘World in Ruins link on the sidewall] Many veterans recall stories when Jewish and Azeri people were held captive in the war and Azeri people saved the lives of their Jewish comrades saying they were Azeris. Jews of Azerbaijan also fought for the independence of Azerbaijan in the 1990’s. Among them Albert Agarunov became a national hero of Azerbaijan. However, the Jewish population of Baku and Azerbaijan in general has been decreasing even since it gained independence. [Once security is established they branch out, with a minimal amount of gatekeepers that stay behind] 

Baku Oil Fields

The Baku region of Azerbaijan was especially known for gushers, which the Russians called spouters and fountains. In fact, the practice of letting wells flow unchecked was encouraged, as it was realized that when the flow of a spouter was restrained, production went up in competing wells on neighboring leases. Thus, when flow from a spouter dropped, the competition got more oil and the spouter got less. However, when a spouter flooded the countryside in oil and buried it in sand, the owners of the well were responsible for the resulting property damage. Consequently, several spouters brought ruin to their owners when the flood of crude on the market dropped oil prices, and income from the well was not enough to compensate neighbors for the damage caused by the rain of sand and oil.

The first big Baku spouter was drilled on the Balakhani plateau of the Apsheron Peninsula by the Khalifi Company in June 1873, when their Vermishev fountain raged out of control for four months. A huge cone of mud and sand formed around the well, down which rivers of oil flowed out across the entire field. The stalk of this spouter was still forty feet tall and nine feet in diameter two years later. The Vermishev was followed by the even bigger Kormilitza (Wet Nurse) spouter, and then the Soutchastniki spouter in 1875, both on the plateau, and the Orbelovi brothers’ spouter in 1877 at Shaitan (Devil’s) Bazaar.

The most famous of the Baku spouters was drilled by the Droozhba (Friendship) Company, a small Armenian outfit that picked up a lease on the Balakhani plateau. Their well, which became known as the Droojba fountain, and raged out of control until it was capped on December 29. Production was so great that oil prices plummeted and the owners of the well, instead of finding fame and fortune, were ruined by the ensuing litigation. Capping the well also caused “a great disturbance”, presumed to be a flow increase, in the adjacent Nobel No. 14 well, proving the connection of both wells to the same oil compartment.

Although the Droozba fountain was huge, it was surpassed by a spouter drilled by the Tagiev (Tagieff) brothers near Bibi-Eibat, an embayment on the south side of the Apsheron Peninsula. The well was started in 1884 – claimed in a 1905 history of Baku by James Dodd Henry to be more than 25,000 wells in America and the thousands of wells in Romania.

click here to see more pictures of Baku spouters

Baku Commune, recycled script of French Revolution– After the Bolshevik Revolution, the oil company owners were forced to abandon the Baku oil fields and production slowed to a trickle.

This NYTimes article from 1905 is right on queue with the industrial revolution and labor organizing happening in America at the same time. Centered on the 8 hour work day and universal wage.

The Nobels oil facilities in Baku. The image is part of two great albums by Director Karl Wilhelm Hagelin who worked long at the Nobel oil facilities in Baku. (Hagelian Dialectic).

A lasting legacy of the Baku oil rush are the annual Nobel Prizes that were founded by Alfred Nobel in 1895 and today come with a cash award of more than $1 million. As well as making his own fortune from the invention of dynamite, Alfred Nobel was an early investor in his brothers’ Branobel oil company.

‘Impossible to Breath’ – Azeris Near Baku Poisoned With Waste Oil but Aliyev’s ‘Eco-Activists’ Are Busy With Fake Agenda. artikle

Nikolas Oleinikoff Collection

Photo album with the motifs from Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Chechenia and Southern Russia. All the old pictures belong to the oil company and the State archives, which are the same thing.

Surface Oil and the Old Canal Grid

It is no wonder the Baku fields are among the most polluted on Earth. Looking at GEarth images you can see there is another layer here. This is the site of an erased city, the grid can still be seen through the oil. The canal grid is still maintained and in use to for the transporting of oil to the distribution centers.

The oil basically gets pumped onto the surface into ponds. At the appropriate time it makes its way into a central canal and heads toward processing

Oil Ponds on surface
Make their way to canals
The canal is connected to the old grid
The old grid is functions as a holding tank, this is the ‘pipeline’
This grid is etched into the bedrock of every single cintinent on Earth. It matches the surface texture left behind from laser ablations used for water repellent features
I have even found ‘drain holes’ in some areas that have been flooded. I have found the same thing in the Andes in South America and the Libya/Algeria desert in the Sahara
the close-up of the grid is found on every continent on Earth
That grid is found everywhere too, here you can see the even straight lines under trees on a mountain, which proves they arent traditional grading marks. This is ‘the grid’
Baku is at the Eastern version of the Nile Valley. As Above, So Below


Volgagrad is the former Stalingrad, where the fake WW2 battle was held to explain the destruction of that city. See the link in my archives about the battle.

Petrograd/Stalingrad/Volgagrad is the fortififed North bank while the spot on the lower half are oil reserves, presumably what the fortress was protecting.

Stalingrad had its name changed after the war. Before Stalingrad it was something else, Petrograd I think, which I thought was referencing Peter, St Peter, but now I think its petrol, like the gasoline. Maybe not but its position to the Baku oil fields is noteworthy.

Regardless of all that, the name has changed several times and a fake war was fought there on purpose to hide pre-existing ruins.

The Star fort outline is preserved in canal form around the whole city and halfway up the Volga River

The opposite side of the river is canalized as well.

A group of Directed Energy ablations, or oil ponds, or both

Low flat spots have been etched, cross-hatched

Note the black dot in the corner
Laser etching site inside an oil pond
Drain holes

The oil ponds utilize the old canal grid to direct flow of surface oil. Ablations channel all the surface oil into big puddles or ponds where it is either sent into the canal or runs through drain holes into an underground well or reservoir where it can be pumped back out. Thats some comic book super villain shit

Historic Baku

 Arabic in Azerbaijani language: “The funeral of Hasan Bey Zardabi, the founder of the first Azeri-Turkish press and an active educator, in Baku on November 30, ( 11/30=333) 1907″

A Tatar of the massacre in Baku during Armenian–Tatar massacres 1905-1907. The pose held by the soldier on the left suggests this picture is less than natural.
Punishment, foot spanking Tatar child.
There are many pics of the so-called massacre featuring corpses and others featuring their families. What they show is a genocide. All the males of fighting age were wiped out. The remaining population was women and small children. This is the Orphan Class. the War Orphan and the Recent Immigrant were created to be the debt-slave Working Class Stiff. I don’t know if the Fake Truth Gurus say if the Tatar’s and the Tartar’s are the same or how they are differentiate.

Imperial War Museum collection

Bust of Karl Marx in Old Baku

Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Immaculate Conception

I think every city I’ve done has a Blessed Virgin Mary church. It’s a code word.

This is 1916

This says 1911 construction. It anything this is a repair job but who knows the actual date. I dont think anyone built that structure in 5 years.
1918, The palace is being restored.

Carpet trade

Local carpet makers are recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage. Image late 1800’s



Ganja Fortress 1804


Winged Lion in Chains

Persian Bath House mosaic, in the Georgia Archives.

The location of the image merits its inclusion to this article even though Persia is outside the scope. It will move into its own dedicated article.

Several books from the Leiden University Library collection are noteworthy, the travel accounts by Struys (1676), Cornelius de Bruijn (1711) and Jean Chardin (1711), the Atlas of P. Coste and E. Flandin (1851) and the panoramic photographs of Marcel Dieulafoy (1894-5) and E. F. Schmidt (1953). An album showing two platine-printed photographs taken by Albert Hotz, who is credited as the first Dutch photographer to have visited the Persepolis Plain in 1871, is part of the same collection.
Of the diverse iconographic material reunited in the exhibition, the pioneering photographs of the Italian Luigi Pesce (1858), the semi-professional photographs of the Iranian Sam Ala of the Khan Estakri family (1930’s), that of German writer Annemarie von Nathuis (1924), several Iranian family photos of the 1950-60’s (coll. Kanran Najafzdeh), and the professional photographs of Harold Weston (1921) and a photograph of Queen Julianna and Shah Reza Pahlavi amid the columns of Persepolis (1963) stand out.
The object on display which no doubt lures the attention of any visitor is a complete nineteen century photographic set including a concertina-type travel camera, plates and developing chemicals and accessories from 1858 (Ruud Hoff collection). A small vitrine contains a few archaeological artifacts found at Persepolis. These include two bags with fifty-five pottery sherds from the 1923 Ernest Herzfeld’s excavations (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin coll.); three clay tablets from Persepolis archives recording legal matters (RMO coll.); and a small stone-slab from the palace of Darius I depicting a Persian soldier in bas-relief (RMO coll.). Regrettably, little reference is made to the major archeological excavations initiated in 1931. These excavations, which brought to light most of the complex, were conducted under the direction of Ernest Herzfeld (1931-1934) and Erich Schmidt (1934-1939) and promoted by the Oriental Institute of Chicago.

Theres all the leads you need. The last paragraph blows the whole show out of the water. Im sure its so regrettable no records were kept of the Chicago excavation.

Ernest Herzfeld was the one in charge also provided artifact from an earlier excavation indicates those are fake as well. We already knew they were fake but thats the path. The same thing was common during the US Westward Expansion

King Artaxerxes on a platform sacrificing to the eternal, sacred fire and the god Ahura Mazda. The people below the platform represent the nations subject to the Persian empire.

The faces have been defiled.

Naqš-e Rustam

Tomb of Darius the Great

Tomb of Darius I the Great

Naqš-e Rustam was already a place of some importance when king Darius I the Great (r.522-486) ordered his monumental tomb to be carved into the cliff. It is easy to think of a reason why: there is a beautiful echo, which may have inspired people to convert this place into a cult site. [LoL] The design of Darius’ tomb became something of an Achaemenid [dynasty] classic, repeated by his successors (e.g., Tomb ITomb IITomb IV, and two tombs at Persepolis).

The new standard tomb had the shape of a cross with, in its center, the access to a small chamber, where the king was buried, together with several other people. In the upper register, we can see the king sacrificing; in the central register, we can see his palace; the lower register remained undecorated. According to the Greek historian Ctesias of Cnidus, Darius’ father Hystaspes died during the construction works of his son’s tomb (quote).

Cookie cutter cliff burials is kinda my specialty. These 4 are exact replicas of each other

In fact, the very existence Darius’ tomb is a bit problematic, because many ancient Iranians were Zoroastrians, who exposed their dead to the dogs and vultures. This practice is indeed known from the Achaemenid age, but may perhaps not have been widespread. Alternatively, the Achaemenid kings may not have been Zoroastrians at all.

In the upper arm of the cross is a relief, which shows Darius in front of an altar, praying to the supreme god Ahuramazda (who is shown seated on a winged disk) and the moon, and venerating the holy fire. Twenty-eight people, representing the subject nations, are carrying the platform on which Darius is standing. To the left and right, important courtiers have been depicted, like Gobryas and Aspathines.

An inscription in the top-left corner names the subject peoples and introduces Darius as a pious and strong ruler.

The central part of the cross has the same dimensions as the southern entrance of the palace of Darius in Persepolis. It has been assumed that the four-columned façade of the tomb is a copy of the entrance of the palace. Here was an inscription too, which has been compared to a will: it is, essentially, a description of what a good king is supposed to be. This text also became a classic and was copied by Darius’ son and successor Xerxes.

Palace of Darius
Sphinx Godking


I keep seeing these animal looking things laying about but couldn’t tell what they are. Its a water bag. These are water carriers.

Government road from Tiflis (Tbilisi) in Georgia to cross Caucasus Mountains and the only road between Europe and Asia; this covered portion of the road is used in the winter when snow is too deep for passage, from unidentified Briton's photo album.
Covered road in GA. note the hatch marks in the mountain
  • Paul Lancrenon –
  • photomuseum
  • Politekhnicheskaia vystavka 1872 : pochtovyi otdel.
  • Svetitskhoveli Cathedral and its surroundings. Photographer: Alexander Ivanitsky. Date: 1858
  • Letopis’ Gruzii, edited by B. Esadze, 1913.
  • Military Road, Surami Pass, Imereti Kings. Akhaltsikhe, Atskuri, Darial ravine, Tamari fortress
  • The Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878.
The tunnel goes under the main road through town. This is the underground canals of Paris, the Catacombs are the old canal grid.
The Avlabar Bridge, Tbilisi.

Cave city of Vardzia

Georgia has a bunch of cool shit it turns out. Here are the cliff houses of Vardzia. These follow the same script as the ones in Nepal, The Land of 10,000 Caves.

The cliffs are dug by monks seeking to hide from the Mongol hordes. (I think in Nepal they were hiding from Huns, but it might been the Mongols also.) A recent earthquake sheared part of the cliff off and exposed the inside rooms.

In 1283, an earthquake destroyed most of the complex, shaving away half of the cliff to reveal the site’s inner workings. Ottoman invasions saw the caves and the precious manuscripts they held burned to a crisp, which is why most of the rock chambers are blackened inside. (There are surviving manuscripts I bet, forgeries. If not yet in the future they will surface ‘rediscovered’)

Vardzia was completely abandoned in the 16th century and left untouched until excavations began in the Soviet era. In 1988, the monks moved back in. Today there are just three monks living at Vardzia.

What is surprising, though, is that this 13-story rock-cut complex was hidden under the dust and soil for several centuries from the time it was sacked in the 16th century until excavations in the 1930s

Terraced landscapes are a fingerprint


All the way down to the religious painting lining the walls, this is the same script used at the Sky Cave Mummy sites in Nepal.

Note the Templar Shield, standard iconography in cave monastery frescoes. Supposedly the place sat abandoned from the 16th century onwards, keep that in mind as we see the same sigils in nearby locations. One of you out there needs to confirm the date of the two sites for a comparison.

Melted Rock

Even in the very first photos we see the drastic color changes. The petina has been removed. No different than laser cosmetic surgery.