In a previous life, a super-intelligent Russian believes he was “born on Mars.”


In a previous life, a super-intelligent Russian man believes he was ‘born on Mars.’

Boriska Kipriyanovich, who lives in Volgograd, Russia, has dazzled scientists with his superintelligence since he was a child, but claims he was a Martian in a previous life.

A Russian man who as a child wowed scientists with his superintelligence claims to have lived on Mars before being reborn as a human.

Boriska Kipriyanovich of Volgograd, Russia, believes he spent time on Mars before being born to his Earth mother.

Scientists have been perplexed by the man’s intelligence and knowledge of space since he was a child.

His mother was reportedly always aware of her son’s high IQ, claiming that he used to hold his head unsupported when he was a toddler and that he began speaking at the age of a few months.

According to Ladbible, she also claims he was able to read and draw at the age of one and a half.

Boriska’s language skills, writing ability, and impressive memory had impressed his teachers by the time he started nursery school.

Despite the fact that his parents never taught him about space, Boriksa began talking about Mars, space, and alien civilisations at an early age.

He claimed that Mars still has alien life, despite the fact that it was hit by a massive nuclear disaster following a war between two groups of beings who lived on the red planet at the time, which he claims to remember.

Few people survived, but he claims that some are still alive today because they learned how to build houses and weapons.

According to Boriska, aliens on Mars breathe carbon dioxide, so they’d need to bring some with them if they came to Earth.

He has also claimed that there are numerous major mysteries to be discovered on Earth, including the Great Pyramid of Giza, which he claims is concealing a major secret.

“When the Sphinx is opened, the human life will change; it has an opening mechanism somewhere behind the ear; I don’t remember exactly,” he explained.

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