Lysa Hora was the Legend of darkness of the rising powers of men, both pagan and christian, both politician and military at Bare (Bald) Mountain in Kyiv, Ukraine. People tend to think one is good and the other evil, but when you look at the destruction of white, red, black, yellow and brown indigenous cultures, its all the same. I wrote a poem once, that said: “Christians have the blood of Pagans on their hands and Pagans have the blood of Shamans on theirs – and we all have the blood of woman on our hands and now she has the blood of Mother Earth on hers…
The Ukraine Witches were no different in their losses of their goddess culture and their persecution like everywhere else on earth. P. Efimenko is one of the most famous Ukrainian ethnographers who said: “Belief in witches is so common in Ukraine that in every single village, you can find one or two witches. This case is no exception even in large university cities like Kyiv and Kharkiv.” In Ukraine, they believe that “scientists” are responsible for taking their knowledge of the old witches and the proverb says: “Witch in the house, better be damn ready.”
Some witches can harm a person, but its something the witches prefer to “work out” or “settle” issues, but “scientists” not only do evil but they are unconscious of it because unlike spiritual people, or withes, shamans, magicians, they do not undergo the difficult spiritual tests and the shaman’s tests of nature. They are also not associated with icons, prayers, reading the “opposite” or “upside down” and reverse of all things presented. Most Slavic spiritual people including myself always include doing and the reverse doing (chaos), for some witches, the bind and the unbind, which covers the patterns of karmic, reincarnation or aspects of the wrath of nature within oppositions of life. Science and the Military, including their children, Corporations, cannot understand these principles when they mess with the forces of mountains, water, nature and women.
This protects us from our own karma by doing double the work, healing our own karma and working our spiritual life out, a walking forward and a walking in reserve (of the ancestral self). Otherwise karma will return at a later time in ones life or another future lives with much more impact and severity. Doing both clockwise (work) and counter-clockwise (self work) helps increase awareness of what is internally happening equally with the external happenings of our life, other people or situations – and its generally not focused on when one is learning the path but when they begin to actually walk the path.
Until now, Lysa Hora remains as it always used to be – completely devoid of any signs of civilization. The place doesn’t even have light posts, which are present anywhere in a city. The biggest action at the mount usually happens in the month of May. Groups of pagans, satanists, and the ones who deem themselves to be warlocks gather at Lysa Hora to celebrate the pagan holiday Grudie Rosnoe, the days when Volhvs – the Sorcerers would bring sacrifices to the god Rod. Naturally, the local police is not very fond of these gatherings, since a third of all suicides takes place precisely during these dates. Not so long ago, tolkienists and LARP enthusiasts took a liking to the place as well, in fact, all who have strong karmic past lives, will be attracted to this place.
According to the legend, the Sabbath on the mount were plentiful with witches and ghosts of deceased women partaking in shadow work and orgies with demonic men. As usual, the shadow of those in power in Ukraine, were and still are sitting on the throne, and if a witch, male or female did not do enough evil throughout the year, the top ranking shadows of people would abuse her or him.
The folklore divides Lysa Hora into three areas.
The first is called Rusalka (Mermaid) Ravine, since it is located by the Lake that was once sacred in Paganism where Mermaids used to live in peace.
The second is the Ravine of the Witches, where the Sabbaths took place after the Dionysus Cults of darkness intervened and brought their shadows from the Middle East, Russia and Greece.
The third and the biggest part of the Mountain is called the Dead Men Grove, where many ancient burial grounds were discovered.
Prior to the introduction of Christianity, Kievan Rus was a Pagan religion, and Lysa Hora was the place of worship for the followers but once alcohol of the Dionysus cults began the shadow, evil and darkness swallowed them up along with the other civilizations. Pagan priests and priestesses as a last effort, carved out dungeons in the mountain, where they stored books, sacred artifacts, and gold. After paganism was officially banned over a long period of time, the priests moved into those dungeons, in hopes to create a new gospel, which would combine the old Slavic and Christian beliefs together, to accommodate the confusion of people during this change.
Their gospel was passed down by word of mouth, and is reflected in many Slavic myths and fairy tales of the patriarchal male Pagans, which turned into a men’s religion just like Christianity was. The church regarded this gospel as a non-canonical Apocrypha work. Even now, stone plates with apocryphic inscriptions are still being discovered around the place. The second half of Paganism in Slavic culture was not connected to the Goddess, like it was in the first half of paganism. Over the centuries, the apocrypha writers left the dungeons and sealed the underground passages. After them, the Christian monks started visiting the mount to perform penance and prayer, and to build their own underground monastery, which connected Lysa Hora with Kiev Pechersk Lavra.
The Pagans were having a few chaos things happen, women were being burned as witches, men were try to control women with rituals of dark sexual magic and alcohol being introduced into ceremony and Christianity was trying to convert and convince men to join their God because their women would have to go along. Chaos is what was occurring and great change. Christianity had fell upon an already failing and darkened system. Lysa Hora has had enough tunnels dug into it more was to come, and during the times of Peter the Great who ruled from 1689-1725, it was decided to build a defensive military Fort for the city on top of the mount. The Lysogorskaya fortress was a very clever construction with the underground reservoirs to store water from the river Dnieper, more underground passages and dungeons. In the case of defeat, the fortress would be flooded with the help of the reservoirs. Besides that, the reservoirs were also the place to drown the disobeying peasants – about 3000 human remains were found there.
Lysa Hora Tunnels
In the first half of the 19th century, the area around Lysa Hora was populated by monks, who peacefully cultivated fruit, vegetables, and engaged in bee-keeping. In 1897 the fortress on top of the mount became a warehouse, where issues of power again by men would surface, the gun-cotton industry, was a highly flammable explosive, and it was stored there – the locals had no clue that they could blow up any minute. Everything exploded in 1918, destroying a big area of the Pechersk region. That’s when the military moved their ammunition and it was sealed once again.
In the beginning of the 20th century, the fortress served as another dis-functional and negative organization… a prison and the area around it as the execution grounds. More than 200 criminals were executed on the mount. In the Soviet times it was fashionable for the local officials to invite foreign government representatives to the mount, in order to woo them with the fact that any wish they thought of would come true. And of course, they would. A notable case happened when the China and Tibet conflict was at its peak, and Dalai Lama sent a number of Buddhist monks to the Mountain to wish for the end of war. On the third day of their praying, the leader of China, Deng Xiaoping, died. During the German occupation, the mount used to be the Tiger tanks base, and some researchers often came across the German military reports, describing paranormal phenomena.
All of this profanity from the late Pagan eras, then the Religion/Military eras, then the Government eras and lastly the Military/Government eras has totally destroyed all sacredness of this area. Today, Lysa Hora has a real underground city in its depths, which consists of caves from several historical periods – from the cells of the Slavonic to abandoned military bases. Besides the treasures and books deep in the mountain, all kinds of things are believed to be inside of it of the cave cultures, which are passages to other worlds, supernatural energies, skeletons of ancient adventurers and now totally controlled by the military (ufos) who crossed the veil in the 1930s and dominate this place.
The corrupt social groups like the Military and huge religions and eastern religions including paganism have used sacred places to further their own agendas, rulership, power and control for good or greed. All of the sacred places like Lyra have been darkened because of Pyramid societies and we are ending our final process of these eras. There are no doubts that all kinds of terrible things happened at Lysa Hora – during the excavations, archaeologists found a pit with burned books, skeletons of chickens, plaques with inscriptions and human remains. The adepts of paranormal military studies believe that there is a passage to the astral (dream) worlds through the mountain, and like all great mountains and volcanoes like Shasta, Fuji and Maui, once sacred are now demonic because of the US, Soviet and Saudi advanced shifting technologies to break the veils.
Legend says anything be it evil or good, can manifest there at any time at Lysa and bewildered people with the rising shadow occult phenomena over the past 300 years try to stay grounded. Moreover, since Lysa Hora used to be a place of blasphemy, godly and pagan godly corruption and desecration, this emanates the energy of negative ancestral energies for all who decides to take a stroll there after sunset.
Video: Night on Bald Mountain (Russian: Ночь на лысой горе, Noch’ na lysoy gore), also known as Night on the Bare Mountain is a series of compositions by Modest Mussorgsky (1839–1881). Inspired by Russian literary works and legend, Mussorgsky composed a “musical picture”, St. John’s Eve on Bald Mountain (Russian: Иванова ночь на лысой горе, Ivanova noch’ na lysoy gore) on the theme of a Witches’ Sabbath occurring on Kupala *Summer Solstice rites, which he completed on that very night, June 23, in 1867. Together with Nikolay Risky-Korsakov’s Sadko (1867), it is one of the first tone poems by a Russian composer