Russian boy ‘was born on Mars before being reborn on Earth’

A man who was able to speak within months of being born and who could read and write by the age of two claims he is a Martian who was re-born on Earth.

Boriska Kipriyanovich, 21, claims he lived on Mars in a previous life until there was a war, wiping out all life on the planet in the distant past.

The Metro quoted him as saying:

No, I have no fear of death, for we live eternally. There was a catastrophe on Mars where I lived.

People like us still live there. There was a nuclear war between them. Everything burnt down. Only some of them survived. They built shelters and created new weapons.

Boriska said he traveled to Earth from Mars where he established connections with ancient Egyptians.

As proof, he claims life on Earth will drastically change when the Great Sphinx of Giza is ‘unlocked’ behind its ear.

Boriska made these bold shouts some years ago. He currently lives in Volgograd, Russia.

He says that Martians don’t age past 35 and are immortal – weird given they were apparently wiped out.

Reaching heights of 7ft tall and breathing carbon dioxide, the surviving Martians now live under the surface.

His mother believes him. She claims Boriska was able to hold up his own head just weeks after giving birth to him.

She said:

No one has ever taught him. Sometimes he would sit in a lotus position and start telling us detailed facts about Mars, planetary systems and other civilisations, which really puzzled it.

Boriska says the Martians are capable of interstellar travel.

He added:

I remember that time, when I was 14 or 15 years old. The Martians were waging wars all the time so I would often have to participate in air raids with a friend of mine.

We could travel in time and space flying in round spaceships, but we would observe life on Earth on triangular aircraft. Martian spaceships are very complicated.

They are layered, and they can fly all across the universe.

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