The discovery of twenty and odd birch planks, later to be know as The book of Veles, on the Kurikanov estate, by the colonel and academican Isenbek, in which the Slavs were described in a manner as yet not known either by science or practice has become the cause of many dilemmas with regard to the slavic mythology. 20 years later in Brussels, Yuriy Mirolyubov succeeded to decipher the alphabet of these planks as protoSlavic. Nearly half a century thereafter, the last researcher of this primordial bible of the slavs, Dr. Radivoje Pesic of the Milan Institute recognized in full the true meaning and significance of this slavic treasure.
Critically transcribed and morphologically elaborated by Prof. Pasic, the birch planks with dashes and lines of the proto slavic script, gave the historic genesis of the slavic cicilisation, of its ethnic and genetic beginnings and of all the historical wanderings of the slavs. Pesic gives all the ethnic implications of the neighbouring peoples, Sarmatians, Scythians, Goths, Normans, as well as of the probable territories of the proto homeland, which may be said to be slavic.
The Book of Veles represents the capital work of the Slavic history and civilisation, the pre-christian Vedic and Aryan Holy Book of the Slavs.
Novgorod in Russia, where the preserved version of the Book of Veles from the 8th and 9th centuries was made, was a very important european center of the still alive Vedic and Aryan proto Slavic culture and the last oasis of civilisation which characterized several millennia of paleohistory and history of europe and wide euro-asian regions.