Volume 12, Number 1
December 2004-January 2005
Eyewitness reports suggest
that an ancient high-tech "Installation" in remote
Siberia was responsible for sending guided plasma sphere
weapons to destroy a meteorite over Tunguska in 1908.
WHAT LIES BEHIND THE TUNGUSKA EXPLOSION
Four years from now, 30 June 2008, will be the 100th anniversary of
one of the most mysterious catastrophes: the explosion of a body
from space near the Podkamennaya (or Stony) Tunguska River in
Siberia. There can scarcely have been another event in the past
century to compare with it.
The total power of the explosion
exceeded the combined power of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima
and Nagasaki more than 2,000 times over!
Apart from that, the Tunguska explosion caused:
an anomalous glow in the sky that
was observed as late as 10 days afterwards, and the intense
appearance of silvery clouds
massive radiation of light and
disruption of the normal functioning of meteorological
instruments and the appearance of surface earth tremors
a tremendous sound wave that
twice around the globe
the felling of trees over an enormous area of over 2,000 square
weak traces of radioactivity, detected in tree
samples and the polar ice layers dating from 1908
properties of the soil and minerals in the area of the Tunguska
the unusually rapid growth of vegetation at the
of the Tunguska explosion
cooling of the Earth’s climate in the following few years
Despite the fact that such a tremendous event did not go unnoticed,
the first attempts to discover what had actually occurred in the
remote Siberian taiga were only made many years later, in 1927.
Since then, dozens of research expeditions have visited the area,
hundreds of scientific papers have been written and several hundred
hypotheses put forward about the causes of the event. Not one of
them, however, has been able to explain fully the complex phenomena
that preceded and accompanied the Tunguska explosion.
Some of the
phenomena observed by eyewitnesses simply do not fit within the
framework of existing theories. Much of what happened then cannot be
interpreted at all from the standpoint of present-day scientific
More than that, one gets the persistent impression that we have come
up against something completely outside the bounds of our customary
understanding of the world about us.
Perhaps today we are closer
than ever before to a solution to the mystery that will become a
turning point in the development of human consciousness. But it will
require a certain boldness, the ability to look with an open mind untrammelled by the dogmas current in science in order to properly
assess the most inexplicable episodes of the event.
The work carried out by generations of scientists and researchers
provided us with a very rich stock of facts and scientific material,
making it possible to shed light on the true causes and nature of
the phenomena that took place almost 100 years ago in the area of
the Podkamennaya Tunguska.
We shall not go over the key elements of each of the main known
hypotheses here, but instead concentrate on those facts that have
always remained in the shadows and for some strange reason have
never been given the attention they deserve.
together with an ancient epic poem, these facts present a completely
different picture of the event that took place early in the last
At the very beginning of this study, we should stress that both
before and after the Tunguska explosion there were several other
events connected with it in a certain way, being links in a single
chain. Therefore, using the methods employed in criminal
investigations, we shall combine them in a single "case". In order
to see the reality that has for so long escaped the eyes of
researchers, we shall have to shift our gaze backwards and forwards
in space and time to look at events separated by tens, even hundreds
To this end, we shall turn to the accounts of eyewitnesses, of which
even in such a sparsely populated part of Siberia there were
thousands. Even in the late 1960s it was possible to find some 3,000
people who remembered that extraordinary event!
Before we turn to the facts, we ought to share what we surmised in
the course of our investigation: an hypothesis about the Tunguska
explosion that will be unexpected for many, but which was formed
during the analysis of a large amount of data.
Drawing on the
testimony of thousands of witnesses to the Tunguska explosion, the
findings of researchers, the text of the Yakut epic Olonkho, the
reconstructed chronology of events and an analysis of the
consequences of the explosions described not only in the epic but
also through the efforts of scientific researchers, it is possible
to put forward the reasoned suggestion that in the immense,
uninhabited territory of northwestern Yakutia there is an
underground technical installation.
A very, very long time ago, someone constructed, in what is known as
"the Valley of Death", a complex that still today is protecting the
Earth from meteorites and asteroids. Of course, such a suggestion is
staggering. It is hard even to contemplate such a possibility. It
follows that for thousands of years, something existed alongside us
that exceeds not only our current achievements but even our boldest
fantasies about what might be achieved - and we failed to notice!
Naturally, none of those who researched the various scientifically
inexplicable consequences of the Tunguska catastrophe could have
imagined that all the traces left by the explosions were the result
of the activities of some ancient cosmic defense complex left by
"Grandpa" Matvei (108
years of age),
a witness of the 1908 Tunguska explosion,
photographed with the author
at the Evenk settlement of Siuldiukar
Local Legends and the Shamans’ Warnings
Here is one detail preserved in the ancestral memory of the local
population, passed down through the millennia in an ancient epic
The legends passed on by word of mouth tell how this land was
once suddenly wrapped in impenetrable darkness and the surroundings
were shaken by a deafening roar. A hurricane of unseen force arose
and the land was shaken by mighty blows.
When everything had calmed down and the darkness had dispersed, an
unprecedented sight met their eyes. In the midst of the scorched
land, glowing in the sun stood a tall vertical structure that was
visible at a distance of many days’ journey. For a long period of
time, the structure gave out unpleasant, ear-splitting noises and
gradually diminished in height until it had disappeared under the
ground altogether. In place of the tall structure there was an
immense, yawning, vertical "orifice".
In the course of our exposition of the facts, we shall present
several texts from the Olonkho which testify strongly in favour of
the stated hypothesis because of the obvious technological nature of
the events described in the ancient tales. It is surprising that the
people who translated and analyzed these texts did not notice or
even suspect this.
Let us begin with a detailed reconstruction of events, trying to
form an integral picture of what preceded and accompanied the 1908
The first to learn of the coming calamity were
the shamans of the
native tribes. Two months before the explosion, rumours of the
approaching "end of the world" began to spread across the taiga.
Going from one settlement to another, the shamans warned the people
of an imminent cataclysm. The people began to move their herds from
the upper reaches of the Podkamennaya Tunguska to the
Tunguska and further, towards the River Lena.
The exodus of the Evenk began immediately after a
of all the nomadic clans who moved around in close proximity, which
took place in the month of Teliat (May). A secret conference of the
elders had resolved that the cyclical course of their wanderings
should be changed and that the clans should move close together
along the new course.
Then there was a big ritual occasion at which the "Great Shaman"
announced the "End of the World":
The ancestors said that they had to move from their traditional
places. No one should be there after the month of Teliat in the
month of Muchun [June], thus said the ancestors... The
want to visit Dulia... No one should see that.
And so the nomads began to move across the taiga...
Obeying some inner sense and supporting, as it were, the
pronouncements of the shamans, the wild animals began to leave. The
birds flew from their nesting grounds, the swans left the lakes and
the fish disappeared from the rivers. An immense expanse of taiga,
measuring several tens of thousands of square kilometers, lost its
fauna. Only those who did not believe the shamans’ words remained in
the danger zone.
All this speaks for itself. Obviously some early warning of the
approaching event was given through the shamans who "spoke with the
spirits of the ancestors". The animals, birds and fish reacted
instinctively to the approaching danger, reacting to the negative
influence of the Earth’s increasing electromagnetic field in that
part of the taiga.
After studying the texts of the Olonkho, talking with local hunters
and those still alive who remember the distant events, we formed the
impression that the complex in question is scattered across
different parts of the taiga and located mainly underground.
The Installation’s Power Plant
Destruction or deflection of meteorites and asteroids is achieved
using a force field which is conveyed in concentrated form by some
kind of electromagnetic formations that resemble glowing, fiery
spheres. In essence, these are something like ball lightning, with
the difference being that the largest ball lightning known to
science is about two meters in diameter, whereas the spheres used to
deflect or destroy meteorites are of gigantic dimensions - some 60
meters in diameter!
It was their flight that was seen in 1908 by thousands of people
across much of Siberia, with the result that the witnesses of the
Tunguska event attributed the whole thing to the appearance of
series of huge ball lightning!
The "plasma spheres" are apparently generated by a power plant
located deep inside the Earth at a site that was quite deliberately
chosen by someone. It is associated with a geophysically distinctive
area of the planet: the East Siberian magnetic anomaly. The
periodical Tekhnika Molodiozhi (issue 1, 1984) called it "a magnetic
super-anomaly, the source of which lies at a depth of half the
In other words, the power plant of the complex
draws on the energy of the planet and is itself to some degree, it
would seem, one of the causes of this super-anomaly.
Leonid Kulik, the
first researcher into the Tunguska explosion.
(Source: 1930s photograph from the KMET Library)
Preparation for countering the approaching Tunguska meteorite (it
was indeed a meteorite;
Kulik was in a certain sense correct) began
two months before the explosion, as is confirmed by the behavior of
the shamans and the fauna of the taiga.
Roughly 10 days before the
explosion, the "Installation" located in the
Valley of Death shifted
into an active phase.
It was the activation of the power plant, and
the increase in its energy level occasioned by the complex beginning
its preparations for the generation of energy (electromagnetic
spheres) acting upon the environment, that became the cause for the
appearance of major atmospheric anomalies associated with increased
tension in the Earth’s electromagnetic field.
The effect of the Installation was so powerful that in the 10 days
before the explosion, in many countries of Europe as well as western
Siberia, the darkness of night was replaced by an unusual
illumination as if those areas were experiencing the "white nights"
phenomenon of high-latitude summers.
Everywhere there appeared,
shining brightly in the twilight of dawn and dusk, silvery clouds
stretching east to west that formed along the lines of force, like
those that occur between the poles of a magnet.
There was a sense,
as noted by E. Krinov, one of the researchers into the Tunguska
explosion, of the approach of some unusual natural phenomenon.
Many years later, researchers from Tomsk came across a forgotten
publication by a Professor Weber about a powerful geo-magnetic
disturbance observed in a laboratory at Kiel University in Germany
for three days before the intrusion of the Tunguska object, and
which ended at the very hour when the gigantic bolide exploded above
the Central Siberian Plateau.
of anomalous glows observed after an explosion.
The Tunguska Meteorite and the "Terminator" Spheres
Ten days passed and then, on the morning of 30 June 1908, a body
from outer space entered the Earth’s atmosphere at immense speed.
followed a trajectory from southeast to northwest. The determination
of the exact trajectory of the meteorite plays an important role in
the investigation of the event, primarily because - as we shall
see - there were several objects moving in the sky above the Siberian
taiga, approaching the explosion site from different sides.
the discrepancies in the accounts of eyewitnesses - who at one and the
same time observed objects above areas of Siberia far remote from
one another, moving on different courses but towards a single
point - that confused researchers, prompting the hypothesis that it
was probably a spaceship that had been maneuvering above the
Thirty-eight minutes before the destruction of the Tunguska
meteorite, the Valley of Death complex moved into its culminating
phase. The generation of the spheres - which, for the sake of
convenience, we shall call "terminators" - began.
At the Stepanovsky mine (close to the town of Yuzhno-Eniseisk)
earthquake began 30 minutes before the fall of the meteorite.
One witness to these events was next to a small lake when the ground
started to shake beneath his feet. Something like an earthquake
began. Suddenly, down inside him, an inexplicable, inhuman sense of
fear arose. It was as if some force was driving him away from the
lake. At that moment, the water in the lake began to drop down, and
as it flowed away, as if into a crack, the bottom appeared which was
shifting apart like two leaves. Indentations could be seen on the
edges of the two gigantic leaves.
The witness was seized by an
impulsive animal terror and fled as fast as his legs could carry
After running a considerable distance, he tripped on a bush and
fell; and when he got to his feet and looked back, he saw rising
from what had been the lake a column of bright light, at the top of
which appeared a ball. All this was accompanied by a terrible
roaring and humming. His clothing began to smoulder, the radiation
burnt his face and ears…
This episode concurs astonishingly well with the texts of the Olonkho epic and the tales old men tell of the place called
Tong Duurai, across which the Ottoamokh ("holes in the ground") stream
flows, where there are shafts of incredible depth known as "the
laughing chasms". From these, the legends say, fiery whirlwinds fly.
After a long period of silence, roughly a century before each major
explosion or series of explosions there would be a smaller-scale
event. The legends say that a thin column of fire emerged from the
"iron orifice". At the top of this, a very large fireball appeared.
It was escorted in flight by its retinue, "a swarm of fatally bloody
whirlwinds" that wrought havoc in the vicinity.
Accompanied by four
claps of thunder in succession, it soared to an even greater height
and flew off, leaving behind a long "trail of smoke and fire". Then
a cannonade of its explosions sounded in the distance...
It is remarkable that Yakut legends contain so many references to
explosions, fiery whirlwinds and the launch of flaming spheres
disgorged by "an orifice belching smoke and fire" with a "banging
steel lid", in the depths of which lies a whole subterranean
It is inhabited by a fiery villain "who sows contagion and
hurls a fiery ball" - the giant Uot Usumu Tong Duurai (which can be
translated as "the criminal stranger who pierced the earth and hid
in the depths, destroying all around with a fiery whirlwind").
That is what the legends say, and this is the account of G. K. Kulesh, who was an observer at a weather station in
460 kilometers from the site of the Tunguska explosion:
On 30 June an unusual phenomenon was observed to the northwest of
Kirensk that lasted roughly from 7.15 to 8 am. I did not see it
myself, as I sat down to work after recording the reading of the
meteorological instruments. This is what occurred (I give the gist
of what those who witnessed it said).
At 7.15 am, a fiery pillar appeared to the northwest, about four sagens [over 8
meters] in diameter in the shape of a spear. When the
pillar disappeared, five strong brief bangs were heard, like cannon
shots following quickly and distinctly one after another. Then a
dense cloud appeared at that place.
About 15 minutes later, the same
sort of bangs were heard again; another 15 minutes later they were
repeated. The ferryman, a former soldier and generally an
intelligent, worldly-wise man, counted 14 bangs in three groups. His
duties meant he was on the riverbank and saw and heard the whole
phenomenon from start to finish.
Many people saw the pillar of fire, but the bangs were heard by an
even greater number.
There were peasants in town from the village of Korelinaya that lies 20 versts [21 km] from Kirensk on the nearest
Tunguska. They reported that they had had a powerful earth tremor
such that window panes were broken in the houses… the mark on the
barograph roll bears this out.
In the archives of the former Irkutsk Magnetic and Meteorological
Observatory, investigators managed to find notes written by A. K. Kokorin, who was an observer at a weather station on the
River Kezhma, about 600 km from the Tunguska explosion site. In his
observation journal for June 1908, the section headed "Notes"
contains an exceptionally important entry.
It shows that there was
certainly more than one body in the air at that time.
At 7 am, two fiery circles [spheres] of gigantic size appeared to
the north; 4 minutes after appearing, the circles disappeared; soon
after the disappearance of the fiery circles a loud noise was heard,
similar to the sound of the wind, that went from north to south; the
noise lasted about 5 minutes; then followed sounds and thundering,
like shots from enormous guns, that made the windows rattle. Those
shots continued for 2 minutes, and after them came a crack like a
rifle-shot. These last sounds lasted 2 minutes. Everything took
place in broad daylight.
At that time, T. Naumenko was observing the flight of a
the village of Kezhma which stands on the River Angara.
that the body was larger than the Moon and crossed in front of the
Sun, which at that time was at a height of 27º above the horizon. At
that same moment, the Tunguska meteorite flew over the village of
Mironovo (58º 14’ N, 109º 29’ E).
The first to see the flight of one of the "terminators" carrying a
powerful electromagnetic charge were the inhabitants of the village
of Alexandrovka (southern Altai territory), which is almost 1,500
kilometers away from the site of the explosion.
The account left by Ivan Nikanorovich Kudriavtsev, who witnessed the
flight of the fiery sphere, contains details pointing to the
electromagnetic nature of the "terminator":
...30 June 1908 was a clear day… I was sitting opposite a window
looking NW. Our village, Alexandrovka, extended along a gorge…
Across from the village on the Semi ridge rose the peak of Mount Gliaden. At 7 in the morning, the Sun had already risen but not yet
appeared from behind Gliaden. And then suddenly a bright sphere
appeared in the sky; it rapidly grew in size and brightness. It was
flying towards the NW.
The flying sphere was the size of the Moon,
only brighter; not dazzlingly bright, though: you could watch its
flight without looking away. It flew very quickly. The sphere left
behind it on its course a white smoky trail wider than the sphere
itself. As soon as this sphere appeared, the whole locality was lit
up by some unnatural light and that light did not increase evenly,
but with some sort of fluctuations, wave-like flashes.
There was no
noise, no roar accompanying the sphere’s flight, but the unnatural
fluctuating light inspired some sort of fear, anxiety...
Ye. Sarychev, questioned by D. F. Landsberg in
Kansk on 11 October
With the start of the noise a sort of glow appeared in the air,
round in shape, about half the size of the Moon, with a bluish
tinge, flying rapidly in a direction from Filimonovo towards
The glow left a trail in the form of a pale bluish stripe that
extended almost the full length of its course, then gradually
vanished from the end. The glow hid itself behind the mountain
without breaking up. I was unable to note the duration of the
phenomenon, but it was very short. The weather was absolutely clear
and it was still.
At that same time, the flight of a heavenly body was observed in the
south of the Krasnoyarsk territory, 60 km north of Minusinsk, 930 km
from the site of the explosion, but moving along a different
Roughly at the same time, an object was seen in the
region of the Nizhneye-Ilimskoye settlement, 418 km from the
explosion site. And then, it has been reliably established, a
heavenly body flew over the village of Preobrazhenka, which is on
the Nizhniaya (Lower) Tunguska River. And all these objects were
flying in the same direction - towards one destination: the Shishkov
and Kulik blast areas and Voronov’s
The picture that forms from eyewitness accounts clearly shows that
the objects observed from various parts of the taiga could not have
been meteorites. There were many of them and they followed different
trajectories, but towards a single point. Amazingly, the scientists
and researchers who so carefully questioned numerous witnesses were
unable to spot in their accounts any difference between the
behavior of the meteorite and that of the "terminator spheres" that
closed in large numbers from different directions in order to
It is a well known fact that the flight of a meteorite
through the atmosphere is always very short (a matter of seconds)
and very fast (between 6 and 22 km per second), at an angle to the
Earth’s surface along a straight trajectory, leaving a trail of fire
and smoke that extends for 200 to 300 km and takes some tens of
minutes to disperse.
The reports of researchers and explanations of scientists speak of
single Tunguska object. Yet the eyewitness accounts of the event
itself and the evidence gathered by researchers stubbornly indicate
that there were several objects in the sky, following different
trajectories from different directions, but most significantly
moving slowly, parallel to the Earth’s surface, sometimes stopping,
changing course and speed - in other words, manoeuvring - which entirely
excludes the suggestion that the objects seen were comets or
Meteorites and comets do not fly like that!
Thousands of observers could not have mistaken what they saw, as the
sky was cloudless that morning. People living within a radius of
over 800 km from the place where the cosmic intruder fell observed
the unusual flight of enormous fiery bodies giving off sparks and
leaving rainbow trails behind them. The most important point,
though, is that they did not all see one and the same object, but
different "terminator spheres" that varied in appearance and behaviour.
After the "terminators" were created and disgorged through
Installation’s shafts, they began moving to some control point - the
place of their last reconnaissance before the destruction of the
meteorite. At a certain stage in their flight, the spheres stopped
to adjust their position in respect to the falling meteorite and
then, tearing off at enormous speed and with a terrible roaring,
rushed to meet it.
Below is an extract from the account of a witness who lived in the
village of Moga on the Nizhniaya Tunguska, 300 km east of the site
of the explosion.
It was quoted in Yury Sbitnev’s book Echo and
speaks for itself.
…I remember that time well - I was eleven then. I got up quite early…
It was clear and cloudless… Our house was here, where it still
stands, on a hill. I was hammering the scythe.
There I was hitting the scythe, but the sound seemed to come from
elsewhere. I froze and as I listened, a real din started. The sky
was clear as can be, not a cloud in sight. There were no planes or
helicopters back then, of course. It was only later we became
familiar with them. But there was this din. It wasn’t like a
thunderstorm. And it kept building up, rumbling louder…
Suddenly a second sun rolled into the sky. "Ours", that’s to say,
was beating down on the back of my head, and this one was in my
eyes. I couldn’t look; everything went black. I shot into the house
and that new sun shone in through this window here and moved across
the stove like this…
The house stood, like the majority of Russian houses on the northern
rivers, with its windows looking east and south. One little window
faced northwest and this "sun" was shining through it, colouring the
white wall of the big Russian stove crimson. This glow moved from
right to left, towards the east. And there was ordinary sunlight
coming through the other windows and onto the other wall of the
I looked at the sun blazing down on the stove through that window
and my jaw dropped. I had never seen anything like it. And the noise
kept on rumbling. There was no relief. My grandfather sat on the
stove and began chanting a prayer out loud. He chanted and told me,
"Stiopa, let’s pray! All of you pray! It’s happened… It’s come…"
[The shamans had warned people about the end of the world.]
What praying? I wanted to run somewhere and there was nowhere. The
noise was all around. And a fiery ball was coming at us. It kept
creeping across the stove… And then it stopped…
The fiery sphere that appeared in a clear, cloudless sky approached
the earth with a growing rumble. It grew as you watched, blazed and
became so full of powerful fiery light that it was impossible to
look at it. At some elusive instant, the terrible rumbling turned
into an incessant roar and the sphere stopped moving,
the ground, like the Sun hangs above the horizon just before sunset.
It is hard to establish the length of time it stopped, but the fiery
sphere stayed motionless long enough for its immobility to impress
itself upon an astounded human mind.
I was afraid to look out of the window, but on the stove I could see
that it had stopped. Then suddenly it gave such a burst of speed,
flashed across the stove and was gone. The thundering noise was
awful. The earth shook. I was knocked to the floor and the glass
from the little window was scattered about as if someone had pushed
I wasn’t down on the floor for long. I jumped up, thinking,
"Where’s Grandpa? Don’t say he’s been knocked off!" He was lying on
his stomach on the very edge of the stove and kept asking me, "Stiopa,
what is it? Stiopa, what is it?" He was wet and white, white… I
think the ground was still shaking, the floor shifted under my feet,
or perhaps my legs were trembling. It was dreadful!
...Nobody could understand where it had got to, that sun. It had
been shining just a moment before. And so strong that the shadows
disappeared instantly. And the light, clashing with light, stripped
the world of its familiar, pleasant shapes. Everything, from the
smallest blade of grass to the cedar tree, suddenly seemed different
from how it had always been.
Colors vanished; so did the usual
three-dimensionality of the world, warmth, tenderness. Our world had
Map of the region
showing the flight paths of the different objects.
(click image to
Judging by the details of this account, the narrator was very close
to a place where a "terminator sphere" had been generated; in other
words, in the immediate proximity of one of the pillars of energy
(fiery whirlwinds) delivering the "terminator" to the surface.
The account recorded by Sbytnev includes this important element:
Someone saw a fiery pillar as well going down from that fireball,
and for an instant there appeared a sort of huge tree with a round,
fiery crown. Someone noticed that this raging bundle of light spat
out, as it were, one more ball that tore earthwards. Others, though,
insisted there had been no second ball, but that blaze, that sun,
itself hurled itself down slantwise.
Many saw it and there were many different versions. But everyone was
agreed that the movement of that mysterious fiery body stopped and
it hung motionless for a time above the ground. And there was a
roaring… And then there was something like an explosion - the ground
shaking and a rapid movement away, taking off, and the same
rumbling, but now dying down, and the fading of the raging fire - less
and less, until you could barely make it out in the vast white
expanse of sky.
Then it was gone and the thunder dropped, lessened
and disappeared altogether… It was there - and flew away...
The Olonkho Epic
Scattering a blizzard of stone,
Causing lightning to flash,
Causing a four-fold thunder to crash
Niurgun Bootur flew unswerving…
A careful study of the Olonkho prompts an important conclusion.
elements of the epos describe a pattern that precisely reflects the
phases in the development of events that periodically occur above
the Siberian tundra. It becomes clear why the Olonkho texts contain
such amazing echoes of the eyewitness accounts.
Here are some more
lines from the Olonkho:
At a distance of three days’ journey
You can see the smoke rising,
Spreading out above like a mushroom.
The land around grew covered
With dust and ash.
The smoke swirled,
Thick and black,
Rose to the sky in a dark cloud,
Obscuring the sunlight.
At different times this scenario has been witnessed by thousands of
people. Among the more interesting accounts of this nature is a
report by the Dutch Ambassador, Baron de Bij, which I. V. Bogatyrev
found in the State Naval Archive of the USSR:
On 2 (13) April 1716, on the second day after the Easter festival,
around 9 in the evening there appeared in a pure, cloudless sky a
most brilliant meteor, the gradual development of which is attached
In the northeastern part of the sky there rose first from the
horizon a very dense cloud, pointed towards the top and broad at the
base. It rose so quickly that in no more than three minutes it
reached half the height to the zenith.
At the very moment when the dark cloud appeared, in the northwest
there appeared a huge shining comet that rose to 12º above the
horizon, and then from the north another dark cloud arose, from the
west, rapidly rising to the cloud that approached it somewhat
Between these two clouds in the northeast a bright light
formed in the shape of a column, that for several minutes did not
change its position, while the cloud that appeared from the west
moved to meet it with exceptional speed and collided with the other
cloud with such terrible force that [there was] a broad flame in the
sky from their collision and [this] was accompanied by smoke, while
the glow extended from the northeast right to the west.
smoke ascended to 20º above the horizon, while the rays of flame
intersected it constantly in all directions, just as if there was a
battle taking place between many navies and armies.
This prodigy continued for a full quarter of an hour in its most
dazzling form and then began to dim little by little and finished
with the appearance of a host of bright arrows that reached to 80º
above the horizon. The cloud that had appeared in the east
dispersed. After it, the other vanished completely, so that by 10 in
the evening the sky had again become clear and shone with glistening
One cannot imagine how terrifying this phenomenon was at the moment
when the two clouds collided, when they both shattered, as it were,
from the mighty blow, and when they were also accompanied with
exceptional speed by a host of small clouds headed westwards.
flame that flew from them was like claps of thunder, exceptionally
bright and dazzling.
High-Tech Genius behind the Installation
Analyzing the consequences of the explosions that have taken place
above the Siberian taiga in the past 100 years, you get a
heart-wrenching sense of gratitude and awe towards the intellectual
power of those who, thousands of years ago, built a complex to
defend our beautiful blue planet and all her inhabitants.
first blow, struck when a meteorite is still many kilometers above
the Earth, causes enough of a deflection in its flight path to shift
all that subsequently occurs, and all the consequences of the
explosions that destroy the meteorite take place away from densely
populated places to a less dangerous area!