2/6/2015 Mir Mine Mirny, Russia 62°31′45.92″N 113°59′36.74″E The Mir Mine is an inactive, open-pit diamond mine located in Mirny, Eastern Siberia, Russia. The mine is 1,722 feet (525 m) deep and has a diameter of 3,900 feet (1,200 m), making it the second largest excavated hole in the world. Active for 44 years, the mine had an output of 10 million carats of diamond per year during peak production in the 1960’s.
"Very few [articles depicting the red and white amanita mushroom ingesting shamans of Siberia as male] mention that many antler clad shamans in the northern regions were--& still are--female. In fact the leader of the Mongolian Reindeer People, according to this source, is a 96-year-old shaman known as Tsuyan."