ET craft resembling these, the ‘cigar’/cylinder type often observed in Russian skies, allegedly suffered multiple crashes and were taken to Zhitkur underground facilities. Photo: UFO over Argentina.
Following a zig-zag flightpath, a cosmic object exploded in the skies over the remote Siberian town of Tunguska, leveling eight hundred square miles of forest, and carrying radioactive shrapnel into the forest floor at incredible speed.
SOME RUSSIAN TOURISTS
'an authentic 17th century document signed by Ivan (Ivashko) Rzhevsky, a "laborer," in which he bore witness to a remarkable event. According to Rzhevsky's testimony, on August 15, 1663, between 10:00AM and noon, a "great noise" resounded over Robozero Lake (located in the Vologda Region, about 80 miles southwest of Belozersk). From the north, out of a clear sky, appeared a huge flaming sphere not less than 130 feet in diameter. From its fore-part emitted two "flame" beams, about "20 sazhens ahead of it" (a sazhen is about seven feet). From its sides poured bluish smoke. This huge ball of fire, its height like that of a modern 15-story building, hovered over the lake. The phenomenon was observed by a multitude of people who had gathered for mass at the parish church, situated on the lake shore. The "great noise" occurred just as the thanksgiving singing had begun. Terrified by this noise, the people emerged from the church, but upon seeing the "frightful sight" they went back into the church and "prayed to the Lord and the Virgin Mary with tears and weeping." Shortly afterwards "the great flame and the two smaller ones vanished," but it reappeared on two or three more occasions, moving in a westward direction (seemingly becoming brighter each time) before finally dimming and disappearing from view a full hour and a half later. Peasants were sailing in a boat on the lake at the time, but the scorching heat forced them to the bank. They saw that light from the unknown object had penetrated the water and reached the bottom of the lake--"about four sazhens down" (28 feet). They saw "fish fleeing from the flame toward the shore." '
The elegance of Russia’s UFO history lies in its consistency. Whenever they dropped in, be it two factions of airships engaging in aerial battle over the Volga, recorded by Ahmed Ibn Fadlan in 950 AD, an Arabian diplomat and historian. Or the burning disk shooting bright beams of light into the Robozero Lake adjacent to Belozersk, August 15 1663, according to witnesses (orange quote) scalding local fishermen and causing glowing fish to flee the water. According to Marina Popovich, Air Force colonel and cosmonaut, Hero of the USSR, in 1964 two jets came under attack by an unknown object, forcing the Sovjet pilots into a spiral dive. 7th of August 1967, colonel Vyatkin Lev Mikhailovic’s MiG was hit in the wing by a huge light beam, shaking the jet and disrupting his instruments. He made it down in one piece, but the affected part of the left wing kept glowing for a week afterward. There’s another UFO crash site described by renowned UFOlogist Vladimir Azhazha, backed up by a resident of the small village concerned (mrs. Zoya Zubenkina) who saw a fiery sphere pass over her house in 1961 before it crashed into the nearby riverbank. (The Blue File(1965-1990), a KGB investigation of UFO’s is a comprehensive study of the Sovjet experience with the unexplained. 15 % of these sightings remain ‘unknown’, mainly objects suddenly materializing, often airborne disks or cylinders.)
No matter how you turn it, Russians seem to worry less about ET paying a visit than westerners. They are accepted as real. Either confirming the religious notion of the Hosts of Heaven in old Russia, or proof of Extraterrestrial Life after the 1917 Russian Revolution. The singular worrying event was the explosion over Tunguska in 1908. Clearly, once aliens have a “Houston, we have a problem…”-moment, you don’t want to be anywhere near it!!
Russia has every intention to implement its own Missile Defense System, complementary to that of the United States, with robust space weapon platforms controlling our atmosphere and near space.
The apparent perestroika (=renewal of Sovjet/Russian society) toward ET-visitors in Russia today reflects the vital differences between the Russians, and the United States. The US since the 1950’s seeks to preserve the belief in Christianity and Democracy among citizens, necessitating the highly gradual/measured pace of alien ‘disclosure’. Softening the blow if you like. Russians, already exposed to millennia of downright weirdness, are more reconciled to ‘crowded’ skies, simply appear less vulnerable to Visitors: and the pragmatic Medvedev/Putin duo is quite happy to keep any nice gizmos acquired for the glory of Mother Russia, and, well, profit naturally. The next ‘cold’ war is buddying up with the Americans in Space Exploration, and after some to-and-fro: implementing their very own Missile Defense System, mirroring the US version, advanced Russian space weapons controlling Earth atmosphere and near-space.
Over the forest north of Tunguska, the lower part of the sky turns to gloomy/indistinct, with a pillar of smoke rising, and above it all of heaven has ignited into sun-like fire.