This is a rather interesting video clip showing the Yakut people’s tale of Creation:
The plot of the presentation videofilm «Olonkholand»
The message of the presentation: to settle the Earth is the celestial mission of man.
The plot of short video film is based on the legend of Yakut Epic — Olonkho «Ayr Sogotokh» (Lonely Man).
The film begins with shots of an UFO traveling through space and in the spaceship there is a baby onboard. It is Ayr Sogotokh (Lonely Man), sent from the Upper World to settle the Earth, and it is from him that the human race originates. The ship lands on Earth.
It is the Ice Age and the UFO makes attempts to land on places with thawed patches, valleys, etc. These are referred to as ‘alaas’ in the epic. In one of the thawed patches, the UFO leaves a baby named Ayr Sogotokh. As the hero in the epic, he grows up quickly and observes how in the middle of his ‘alaas,’ the World Tree, ‘Aal Luuk Mas,’ grows. Anxiously, he awaits and has questions in his mind such as who is it, where does it come from and for what. He proceeds to prostrate himself to the ‘Aal Luuk Mas.’
From the ‘Aal Luuk Mas,’ the Spirit-Genie Aan Alakhchyn Khotun appears and says to him: “You — are the ‘Bogatyr’ (knight) Ayr Sogotokh, who has been sent from the sky. You have been sent from above to populate the Earth, to arrange settlements, and for the reproduction of humans.”
After knowing what his mission is, he finds a wild horse and proceeds to tame it. He then goes into a heroic campaign in order to find and retrieve his betrothed. Crossing high ridges, he discovers winter by snow, summer by rain, and flies over a fiery sea until he reaches a wonderful ‘alaas.’ It is there that from the sky his betrothed Khotuna comes down in the form of a bird: a white crane. She gives him a symbol of man’s power: a silver whip.
Together with his wife he comes back to his ‘alaas.’ Ayr Sogotokh prepares a settlement, in which he erects a sacral complex called tysylge inside it there is a ritual ‘yurt,’ (a kind of tent found across modern Mongolia, Central Asian nations, and in certain regions of Russia belonging to related ethnic groups) Mogul Urasa. In the center of ‘yurt’ he disperses ‘kumis’ (fermented milk from a mare), and goes into a state of meditation and praying called ‘algys.’ During his trance, he sees other ‘alaases’ such as valleys and plains with sacral constructions — Stonehenge, Arkaim, Temple of Heaven, and so on.
He sees the future of his valley, and in an incantation he repeats the following words: “…let the crystal palaces be raised from Khangalassky Cape to Tabaginsky Cape as the pointed up arrows shall lead to straight roads, and happy children shall be born, and the human race shall expand…”
From the south, in the wintering grounds of white cranes, a flock of them takes flight to the place where the ‘Bogatyr’ comes from: Olonkho (‘Olonkho’land refers to modern day Siberia right about where the Sakha Republic is). The flock is flying back to the nest back home in the north, flying over the Great Chinese Wall and the Siberian rivers in their way home.
The sacred birds of Yakut people, white crane fly over Ayr Sogotokh’s ‘yurt.’ More and more children are born and seen leaving for the open fields, filling the ‘alaas’ with children’s laughter. The children that are seen running from a yurt run to the sacral ‘tysylge’ where their father arranges a ‘kumis’ festival (fermented mare’s milk), an ‘ysyakh’ (a type of communal service with shamanistic origins that is meant to bless the community) and arranges an ‘algys.’
A modern day ‘tysylge’ is shown with modern cities and biospheres with whole cities inside of them. From a clearing outside the biosphere, a UFO is seen taking flight to outer space with an unknown destination; however, as it leaves Earth, a trail of bright lights going in an upward arrow-like motion lights up the Earth’s atmosphere as the UFO exits the Earth. This implies that the UFO is on its way to populate other worlds out there in space…