Tunguska ... a 40 megaton atom bomb in 1908.
Please scroll right down to the bottom of this page to read Asket's fascinating account of this 1908 tragedy, as explained to Billy Meier in 1953.
Please also see the very exciting June, 2007 update.
94. Von allem blieb nur ein riesenhafter Krater zurück, der irrtümlich von euren Wissenschaftlern als Meteorkrater bezeichnet wird.
94. "From everything only a giant crater remained, which is called erroneously by your scientists a meteor crater."
Has the mysterious "Krater" the ET woman, Asket, mentioned 53 years ago finally been FOUND?!
A 3D reconstruction reveals Lake Cheko's true shape
Lake Cheko fits the proportions of a bowl-shaped crater, say the authors
Russian claim discovery of ET spaceship wreck
August 12th, 2004
BEIJING, Aug.12 (Xinhuanet) -- Russian scientists said they have discovered the wreck of an alien device at the site of an unexplained explosion in Siberia almost a hundred years ago, China Daily reported today, citing the Interfax news agency as the source.
The scientists, who belong to the Tunguska space phenomenon public state fund, said they found the remains of an extra-terrestrial device that allegedly crashed near the Tunguska river in Siberia in 1908.
Their findings also include a 50-kilogram (110-pound) rock which they have sent to the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk for analysis.
The Tunguska blast, in a desolate part of Siberia, remains one of the 20th century's biggest scientific mysteries.
On June 30, 1908, what is widely believed to be a meteorite exploded a few kilometers above the Tunguska river, in a blast that was felt hundreds of kilometers (miles) away and devastated over 2,000 square kilometers of Siberian forest.
THE TUNGUSKA METEORITE – A TECHNOGENIC SYSTEM
The Tunguska Cosmic Phenomenon Siberian Fund
Over a number of years members of the Tunguska Cosmic Phenomenon Siberian Fund carried out a thorough analysis of the reports of eyewitnesses of the 1908 catastrophe. This lead to the supposition that on June 30, 1908 there had been several cosmic bodies “falling” on the Earth. Moreover, some eyewitnesses assert that one body looked like a “tube” i.e. it was cylindrical and irradiated a white bluish light.
Considering these reports on a larger scale, taking into account the surface investigations, we can contend that one of the bodies that had visited our Earth had indeed been of technogenic nature.
Such a view on the problem clearly brings out the peculiarity of the trajectory of the Cosmic object (KO), its entry into the Earth’s atmosphere, its speed, braking, its interaction with the surface of the Earth. All this explains the luminosity of the night sky over the Euro-Asian continent from the Atlantic Ocean to the Yenisey and the peculiarities of its cause and effect.
In the investigations of the immense /Siberian territory with the help of topographic maps, aero-photography and photographs from space in addition to field expeditions data have been obtained of megalithic imprints of the impact of KO on the Earth’s surface with the characteristic strip-like damages.
Spectral analysis of the soil, water and trees in this area revealed anomalous presence of a number of elements, including some of extra-terrestrial origin in all the media.
Of special interest are the radiation and magnetometric parameters in the area of KO – Earth interaction. The results of the investigation need further detailed analysis and research.
Tree cut cross sections from these areas testify to some unknown X-radiation from the KO that passed over the Earth in 1908.
In the conclusion of the report, there is a preliminary generalization of the results of the investigation of the Event which support the technogenic hypothesis of the Cosmic object and, consequently, cosmic catastrophe as the cause of the Event in Central Siberia on June, 30, 1908. Moreover, it does not exclude the possibility of intelligent object acting on a natural cosmic body (a comet, asteroid) with the aim of fragmentation and destruction.
(This low-key propaganda comes from Space.com, who can always be counted on to diligently maintain the deadly lies.)
Russian Alien Spaceship Claims Raise Eyebrows, Skepticism
By Robert Roy Britt
Senior Science Writer
posted: 12 August 2004
02:39 pm ET
An expedition of Russian researchers claims to have found evidence that an alien spaceship had something to do with a huge explosion over Siberia in 1908. Experts in asteroids and comets have long said the massive blast was caused by a space rock.
The new ET claim is "a rather stupid hoax," one scientist said today. And it's one with a rich history.
The latest claim was written up by news wires and was making the Internet rounds Thursday morning. According to Agence France Presse, the scientists say they've found "an extra-terrestrial device" that explains "one of the 20th Century's biggest scientific mysteries," a catastrophe that flattened some 800 square miles of Siberian forest in a region called Tunguska.
Various other news reports told of a "technical device" and "a large block made with metal." The researchers were said to chip a piece off for laboratory study.
Most scientists think the Siberian devastation was caused by a large meteorite which, instead of hitting the ground, exploded above the surface.
'Plan to uncover evidence'
The Russian research team is called the Tunguska Space Phenomenon foundation and is led by Yuri Labvin. He said in late July that an expedition to the scene would seek evidence that aliens were involved.
"We intend to uncover evidences that will prove the fact that it was not a meteorite that rammed the Earth, but a UFO," Labvin was quoted by the Russian newspaper Pravda on July 29.
"I'm afraid this is a rather stupid hoax," said Benny Peiser, a researcher at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK. "The Russian team stupidly stated long before they went to Siberia that the main intention of their expedition was to find the remnants of an 'alien spaceship!' And bingo! A week later, that's what they claim to have found."
Peiser studies catastrophic events and related scientific processes and media reports. He runs an electronic newsletter, CCNet, which is among the most comprehensive running catalogues on the subject.
"It's a rather sad comment on the current state of the anything-goes attitudes among some 'science' correspondents that such blatant rubbish is being reported -- without the slightest hint of skepticism," Peiser told SPACE.com.
Asteroid experts don't have all the answers for what happened at Tunguska. There were few witnesses in the remote region and the explosion left no crater.
The Tunguska event in 1908 flattened 800 square miles of Siberian forest -- and the object didn't even reach the ground. Astronomers say similar events will occur in the future, and one over a populated area would be devastating.
But the available evidence, along with modern computer modeling and general knowledge of space rocks, leaves little doubt in most scientific minds as to what happened.
Author Roy Gallant spent 10 years investigating the scene of the event for his book, "Meteorite Hunter: The Search for Siberian Meteorite Craters" (McGraw-Hill, 2002).
In an interview with SPACE.com when the book was published, Gallant said scientists are gathering "accumulating evidence tending to support the notion that the exploding object was a comet nucleus. This is the collective opinion of most Russian investigators; although some say they cannot confidently rule out a stony asteroid."
Peiser said there is a "general consensus" among experts worldwide that the culprit was an exploding comet or asteroid.
"Not surprisingly, the blast did not leave any remains of the object intact," Peiser said. "However, researchers claim to have found evidence of increased levels of cosmic dust particles in Greenland ice cores which are dated to 1908 and which they link to the Tunguska event of the same year."
Speculation about aliens and Tunguska go way back. And there is a reason: No other visitor from space -- natural or otherwise -- has had such a well-documented impact on daily life in modern history.
The explosion on June 30, 1908 was equivalent to 20 million tons of TNT.
"Witnesses twenty to forty miles from the impact point experienced a sudden thermal blast that could be felt through several layers of clothing," writes Jim Oberg in "UFOs & Outer Space Mysteries" (Donning Press, 1984). The blast was recorded as an earthquake at several weather stations in Siberia."
In Europe, it didn't get dark that night. People said they could read the newspaper by the light of the mysterious blast, Oberg reports. Telescope operators in America noticed degraded sky conditions for months.
No crater was found, and wild speculation ensued.
Struck by the similarity of Tunguska and Hiroshima decades later, a science fiction writer named Kazantsev wrote a story in which the Tunguska blast was the exploding nuclear power plant of a spaceship from Mars, according to Oberg.
A few Russian scientists took up the cause and claimed to find various bits of evidence -- never substantiated -- for a civilized alien explanation. Oberg wrote in 1984 that even then, as evidence built for a natural cause, a handful of "spaceship buffs seem to have grown more desperate, but no less effective, in corralling the public's attention." He said annually some unsuspecting journalist would stumble on the claims and write about them, setting off a fresh round of public speculation.
On that front, little has changed since 1984.
Astronomer Philip Plait, author of the myth-debunking book Bad Astronomy (Wiley & Sons, 2002), agrees with Peiser that the Russian researchers intention for finding ET-evidence hurts their case.
"They are not undertaking a scientific expedition, that is, an unbiased investigation to see what happened," Plait said Thursday via e-mail. "They are going to try to prove their preconceived ideas. That's not science, that's religion. And it almost certainly means that they are more willing to ignore or play down any evidence that it was a comet or rock impact, while playing up anything they find consistent with their hypothesis."
Whatever anyone believes, Plait points out that proof is what's important.
"I am not saying they didn't find an alien ship. I am saying that it's a) unlikely in the extreme, and b) they are predisposed to make such claims, which means we need to be very skeptical, even more so than usual in such cases. If they provide sufficient evidence, then scientists are obligated to investigate, of course. But given everything I've read, their evidence to even consider a non-natural cause is pretty weak."
Plait has even thought about what evidence might be necessary. A chunk of debris would help, but not just any sort of material.
"It would need a weird ratio of isotopes, for examples, or clear evidence of long duration space travel," he said. "Even then they must be careful; manmade space debris rains down on Earth all the time."
Plait, a naturally skeptical person, is willing to wait and see.
"Let's see what these guys bring back," he said. "In the end, it's not what they can claim but what they can support with factual evidence that counts. The burden of proof is clearly -- and heavily-- on them."
(Next we get MSNBC)
Russians add new twist to old UFO myth
Tale of 1908 Tunguska explosion gets even more tangled
Tunguska Page of Bologna University
Almost a century after the 1908 Tunguska explosion, flattened trees still cover the Siberian landscape.
By James Oberg
NBC News space analyst
Special to MSNBC
Updated: 9:04 p.m. ET Aug. 12, 2004
HOUSTON - A flurry of reports from Russia about the discovery of fragments of an alien spaceship at the site of the 1908 Tunguska explosion may be nothing more than wish fulfillment by devotees of a half-century-old Russian space myth, or they may actually have been based on genuine spacecraft fragments — but of Russian origin.
Either way, or even in the highly unlikely event the reports turn out to be credible, these stories reflect the way the century-old Tunguska blast continues to resonate in the human psyche.
Expedition leader Yuri Lavbin prefers the alien technology interpretation. That’s the theory he admits he started with, even before he got to the area. But other space experts have pointed out that the region is a drop zone for discarded rocket stages launched into space from Russia’s Baikonur base, and in fact was the crash site of one prototype manned space capsule at the very dawn of the space age.
On June 30, 1908, residents of southern Siberia spotted a dazzling fireball crossing the sky, followed by a flare brighter than the sun. Minutes later, a shock wave knocked many of those residents off their feet. When later expeditions reached the nearly inaccessible swamps where the explosion had occurred, they found trees flattened down in a pattern pointing away from ground zero — but no crater, and no meteorite fragments.
The first Soviet expedition was sent to the site in 1927, in hopes of finding metallic ore. Although a series of natural theories followed over the years, a Russian scientist and science-fiction author who visited Hiroshima in late 1945 postulated that the Tunguska blast, too, must have been nuclear in nature — and hence, the result of a visit by space aliens.
But Dutch space historian Geert Sassen suggests an earthly origin for the space fragments reportedly just found, and they could well have no connection with the 1908 event. “They might have found some parts of the fifth Vostok test flight,” he told associates via e-mail.
Sassen was referring to a flight on Dec. 22, 1960, meant to carry two dogs into space. According to “Challenge to Apollo,” NASA’s definitive history of the space race, "the payload landed about 3,500 kilometers downrange from the launch site in one of the most remote and inaccessible areas of Siberia, in the region of the Podkamennaya Tunguska River close to the impact point of the famed Tunguska meteorite."
A team of space engineers located the capsule, disarmed the destruct system, and rescued the canine passengers.
Initially, astronomers were attracted to the idea that the object had been a comet nucleus, to account for the explosion when it slammed into the atmosphere. They toyed with other theories, including proposals involving antimatter and “mini-black holes,” but for many years there were no reliable theories on what happens when large objects hit Earth’s atmosphere.
That changed in the 1980s, as observations of artificial and natural fireballs expanded, along with the power of computer simulations.
“When the first modern models for atmospheric impacts were published in 1993,” NASA asteroid expert David Morrison said, “it became clear that this was a stony body.” He suggested that it was “somewhere between an ordinary chondrite and a carbonaceous chondrite in physical properties.”
It couldn’t have been a “dirty snowball” — that is, a light, fluffy comet, he continued. “In contrast, cometary objects with this mass, of low density and/or icy composition, would explode tens of kilometers above the surface and cause no harm.” We know this now because Pentagon satellites have actually been observing such explosions for several decades.
Unfortunately, Morrison adds, “the old comet theory persists out of inertia.” As to current scientific thinking, he says “Tunguska was very likely a stony object about 60 meters [196 feet] in diameter that disintegrated explosively at an altitude of approximately 8 kilometers [5 miles].”
It didn’t do the new Russian UFO story’s credibility much good that it first appeared on the pages of the newspaper Pravda on Tuesday. In Soviet days, Pravda was the propaganda arm of the Soviet Communist Party, but under new management, it became a tabloid-style scandal sheet with a special penchant for wild paranormal tales.
“Explorers believe they have discovered blocks of an extraterrestrial technical device,” the article stated, adding that they assumed it was the one that had crashed in 1908. After dismissing a century’s worth of scientific investigation into natural theories for the H-bomb-sized explosion, the article concluded: “The only real explanation can be linked with powerful electromagnetic phenomena,” presumably of artificial origin.
The head of the expedition, Yuri Lavbin, told journalists that his team had concluded that the object moved from west to east, not from southeast, on its approach to the explosion zone. Using satellite photographs, he identified search areas near the town of Poligus, and that is where he located the metal fragment.
Lavbin reported that he knew all along that the crash had been caused by a UFO, and that his expedition had been organized to find the proof. In his scenario, there was a natural object that threatened to destroy Earth, but aliens intervened to save our planet.
“I am fully confident and I can make an official statement that we were saved by some forces of a superior civilization,” he explained. “They exploded this enormous meteorite that headed toward us with enormous speed.”
Photographs of the fragments may become available in the near future, as well as the results of laboratory testing. This would help differentiate something truly alien from the space debris that the Russians have been scattering across the Tunguska region for the last 50 years.
History of a mystery
Sassen’s suggestion that the mysterious “space fragment” found in the Tunguska area is more likely to be of Russian origin than Martian origin is supported by decades of history during which the Soviet government tolerated public interest in UFOs as a way of camouflaging actual space and missile events. Many of the most famous Soviet UFO stories that are still promoted in Western books and on Internet sites have been traced back to original — but highly classified — military space missions.
The most spectacular Soviet “UFO wave” in history occurred over the southern part of the country in 1967 and 1968, when crescent-shaped giant spaceships were reported flying across the skies. Endorsed as “unexplainable” by top Russian scientists, the widely witnessed apparitions turned out to be secret tests of Soviet thermonuclear warheads diving back from orbit.
Claims raise eyebrows — and skepticism (see above story)
In 1978, the smoking gun of Soviet ufology was a “jellyfish” UFO that drifted through the skies of northwest Russia, zapping computers and panicking predawn witnesses. It turned out to be the contrails from a rocket carrying a spy satellite from a secret space base. A similar secret launch in September 1984, seen by the crews and passengers of several commercial airliners, sparked stories of death rays and alien attacks.
At the time, Moscow officials denied that such space and missile events were occurring — and some were borderline violations of arms control treaties. Thus, it was convenient to have an explanation for ordinary people who saw them in the skies and wondered what they could have been. So for a generation of Russians, “alien visitors” became the explanation of choice for unusual lights in the sky.
NBC News space analyst James Oberg spent 22 years at NASA's Johnson Space Center as a Mission Control operator and an orbital designer. He is the author of several books on UFOs as well as the Soviet space effort, including "UFOs and Outer Space Mysteries" and "Uncovering Soviet Disasters."
© 2004 MSNBC Interactive
Original article from Mosnews.com | 10.08.2004 |
Members of a special expedition researching the site of the famous Tunguska meteorite fall have claimed they had discovered parts of an extraterrestrial device.
The expedition, organized by the Siberian Public State Foundation “Tunguska Space Phenomenon” completed its work on the scene of Tunguska meteorite fall on August 9. It was the first expedition to the region since 2000. Guided by the space photos, the researchers scanned a wider territory in the vicinity of the Poligusa village for parts of the space object that crashed into Earth in 1908 and was later called the Tunguska meteorite.
The scientists claim that they found remains of an extraterrestrial technical device that allegedly had an accident in Siberia in 1908. They also say that they found the so called “deer stone” - an artifact repeatedly mentioned in the reports of the eyewitnesses of the Tunguska phenomenon. A part of the “deer stone” has been delivered to Krasnoyarsk for research.
The head of the expedition Yuri Lavbin told MosNews on Tuesday that the researchers had traced the possible trajectory of the space object, but this time they counted that it ran from West to East, unlike the members previous missions who thought that the object had flown East to West. The new approach allowed the expedition members to find a buried object covered with trees.
The object appeared to be a large block made with metal. The researchers chipped a piece of the object and will now test its composition.
In his further comment to MosNews, Lavbin noted that according to his calculations, the mass of the space object that collided with the Earth in 1908 amounted to almost 1 billion tons and the blast on impact must have destroyed the humanity. The fact that it did not happen testifies to the theory that the Tunguska event was an explosion of an artificial object at an altitude of about 10 kilometers.
“I am fully confident and I can make an official statement that we were saved by some forces of a superior civilization,” the scientist said. “They exploded this enormous meteorite that headed towards us with enormous speed,” he said. Now this great object that caused the meteorite to explode is found at last. We will continue our research, he said.
Lavbin says that the results of this year’s expedition give him hope that the Tunguska mystery will be solved before the phenomenon’s 100th anniversary. To do this, Russian researchers plan another large-scale expedition to the Eastern Siberia.
The Tunguska event was an aerial explosion that occurred near the Tunguska River in Siberia on June 30, 1908. The blast felled an estimated 60 million trees over 2,150 square kilometres. On this day, local residents observed a huge fireball, almost as bright as the Sun, moving across the sky. A few minutes later, there was a flash that lit up half of the sky, followed by a shock wave that knocked people off their feet and broke windows up to 400 miles away.
The explosion registered on seismic stations across Eurasia, and produced fluctuations in atmospheric pressure strong enough to be detected by the recently invented barographs in Britain. Over the next few weeks, night skies over Europe and western Russia glowed brightly enough for people to read by. In the United States, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and the Mount Wilson Observatory observed a decrease in atmospheric transparency that lasted for several months.
The size of the blast was later estimated to be between 10 and 15 megatons. Until this year members of numerous expeditions have failed to find any remains of the object that caused the event.
enormous aerial explosion that, at about 7:40 AM on June 30, 1908, flattened approximately 2,000 square km (500,000 acres) of pine forest near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River, central Siberia (60° 55¢ N, 101° 57¢ E), in Russia. The energy of the explosion was equivalent to that of 10 to 15 megatons of TNT. Uncertain evidence of various kinds suggests that the explosion was perhaps caused by a comet fragment colliding with the Earth. Such an object, composed mainly of ice and dust, would disintegrate in the atmosphere high above the Earth's surface, creating a fireball and blast wave but no crater. It has been estimated that the object encountered the Earth at about 100,000 km per hour (62,000 miles per hour) and weighed anywhere from 100,000 to more than 1,000,000 tons.
The remote site of the explosion was first investigated from 1927 to 1930 in expeditions led by Russian scientist Leonid Alekseyevich Kulik (1883–1942). Around the epicentre he found felled, splintered trees lying radially for some 15 to 30 km (9 to 18.6 miles); everything had been devastated and scorched, and very little was growing two decades after the event. The epicentre was easy to pinpoint because the felled trees all pointed away from it, but at the centre there was no crater, just a marshy bog. Eyewitnesses who had observed the event from a distance spoke of a fireball lighting the horizon, followed by trembling ground and hot winds strong enough to throw people down and shake buildings as in an earthquake. (At the time, seismographs in western Europe recorded seismic waves from the blast.) The blast had been initially visible from about 800 km (500 miles) away; and, because the object (whatever it was) vaporized, gases were dispersed into the atmosphere, thus causing the abnormally bright nighttime skies in Siberia and Europe for some time after the event.
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This information was found here: http://forum.figu.org/de/messages/17/1163.html
And our unofficial English translation follows
Bezüglich des Tunguska Meteoriten wurde bereits in frühen Jahren von Asket, der zweiten Kontaktperson zu Billy Meier eine Erklärung abgegeben. Die Ursache der Explosion war tatsächlich ein ausserirdisches Schiff. Die gesamten Zusammenhänge reichen sehr weit zurück in die irdische Vergangenheit und können im Semjase-Block Nr. 2 nachgelesen werden.
Auszugsweise habe ich hier eine wichtige Textstelle herauskopiert.
(Niedergeschrieben am 1.9.1964 in Mehrauli/India. Wörtliche Wiedergaben durch Asket mit Hilfe ihrer Apparaturen, die diese wörtlichen Wiedergaben aus ihrem Unterbewusstsein ermöglichen. Folgende Erklärung wurde am 3.2.1956 (sic) von Asket abgegeben, während wir uns in ihrem Schiff im jordanischen Wüstengebirge aufhielten.)
Dies geschah denn auch tatsächlich bald nach Erlass dieser Bestimmung, als ein sich noch im irdischen Raume befindliches Grossraumschiff sich nicht mehr von der Erde zu befreien vermochte, wo es während mehreren Monaten mit schweren technischen Schäden in dem Lande versteckt gelegen hatte, das ihr Russland nennt. 88. Das Schiff vermochte sich nur noch wenige hundert Meter hochzuarbeiten und sank dann wieder ab. 89. Der Bestimmung gemäss, dass sich keine Raumschiffe usw. der Erde mehr nähern durften, war so auch jede Hilfeleistung unmöglich.
90. Auf der Erde stationierten anderweitigen Rassen aus dem Weltenraum wurde andererseits untersagt, dem havarierten Schiff Hilfe zu bringen, weil unter der Besatzung eine irdische Seuche ausgebrochen war, die für diese Lebensform sehr gefährlich war. 91. Im Wissen, dass ihrer keinerlei Hilfe mehr harrte, konstruierten sie eine gewaltige Bombe aus Grundsteinen des Lebens, das ihr Atom nennt, zwangen das Schiff soweit wie möglich in den Himmel hinauf und liessen es dann einfach abstürzen. 92. Wie ein gewaltiger Komet stürzte es zur Erde nieder, und ehe es auf die Erde aufprallen konnte, wurde in wenigen hundert Metern Höhe die Atombombe gezündet.
93. Eine gewaltige Explosion zerriss das Schiff und die Besatzung, verwandelte alles in Staub und zerstörte die Landschaft. 94. Von allem blieb nur ein riesenhafter Krater zurück, der irrtümlich von euren Wissenschaftlern als Meteorkrater bezeichnet wird. 95. Mehr als 4300 Lebensformen ausserirdischen Ursprungs wurden bei dieser gigantischen Zerstörung vernichtet, die nur zurückzuführen ist auf den irdischen Christuskult, denn der eigentliche Grund dieser Zerstörung war der Wahnsinn dieser irdischen Religion.
Hans G. Lanzendorfer
Asket's explanation. February 3rd, 1953
(Plejadisch-plejarische Kontaktberichte , Block 1 page 311)
87.This actually also soon happened according to the decree of this regulation, when a huge space ship still in the terrestrial area was not able to free itself anymore from earth, where it had lain hidden during several months, with severe technical damage, in the country which is called Russia. 88. The ship was able to lift itself up for only a few hundred meters of high preparatory work and then dropped down more closely. 89. In accordance with the regulation that no spaceships, etc. were allowed to approach the earth more closely, each outside assistance was also impossible. 90. Other races from the universe stationed on the earth were, on the other hand, forbidden to bring the damaged ship assistance because among the crew a terrestrial epidemic had broken out, which was very dangerous for this form of life. 91. In the knowledge that no more assistance awaited them, they designed an enormous bomb from the foundation-stones of life, which are called atoms, forced the ship as far as possible into the sky up and let it then simply fall down. 92. Like an enormous comet it fell towards the earth, and before it could strike the earth, at a few hundred meters height the atomic bomb was ignited. 93. An enormous explosion tore the ship and the crew up, turned everything to dust and destroyed the landscape. 94. From everything only a giant crater remained, which is called erroneously by your scientists a meteor crater. 95. More than 4,300 life forms of extraterrestrial origin were destroyed during this gigantic destruction, which only leads back to the terrestrial Christian cult, because the actual reason for this destruction was the insanity of this terrestrial religion.
(Please read what precedes this explanation, as it contains the explanations for Fermi's Paradox, and more.)
March 8th, 2007
Selected excerpts from
FIGU Bulletin #59
Fifty-three years after Asket's original explanation (above) of the tragic causes of the 1908 Tunguska catastrophe, Ptaah adds fascinating details from the 428th contact, July 10th, 2006, regarding the ET humans involved in that event.
April 21st, 2007
Artifacts With Extraterrestrial Writings Discovered Near Tunguska Site
Created: 18.04.2007 14:53 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 16:26 MSK
Scientists from the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk claim that they have discovered several artifacts with extraterrestrial writings near the fall site of the Tunguska meteorite, the Regnum news agency reports.
The president of the Tunguska Space Phenomenon research foundation told reporters that several quartz boulders with mysterious writings on them were found in the Tunguska river basin in 2006. The boulders were tested in Krasnoyarsk and Moscow and test results speak for the fact that they are of extraterrestrial origin, he said.
The boulders were covered in strange signs of artificial origin, presumably made with plasma.
Russian researchers suggested a hypothesis that the quartz tablets were parts of an information container delivered to Earth by the extraterrestrial spaceship that crashed in Tunguska region in 1908.
Russian researcher also said that scientists from the United States, Britain, France and Germany have requested the newly-found artifacts for research, but Russians want to be the first people to decode the message from another civilization.
Below excerpts from The Soviet UFO Files, (1998) by Paul Stonehill, the Director of the Russian Ufology Center
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