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Tunguska~The Russian Roswell
Bradley York Bartholomew
Most people don’t even know about the Tunguska event, let alone know what caused it. The fact that the event occurred almost 100 years ago means that it is becoming less likely with every passing year that a cause will ever be found. The fact that it occurred in a remote and inaccessible part of Siberia in Russia has further hindered investigations into the cause. Nevertheless within a small circle of investigators into the unusual and paranormal, there remains an active debate that should be of considerable interest to cereologists.
So what actually happened on the Podkamennaja Tunguska River in Siberia at 7:17AM local time on 30 June, 1908. By all accounts the Tunguska event was a massive explosion, or series of explosions in rapid succession, which has been likened to the explosive force of 40 megatons of TNT, and 2,000 times more powerful than the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. The event resulted in the devastation of 2,150 square kilometres of thickly forested wilderness (taiga), and an estimated 60 million trees were felled. Because of the remoteness of the region, the Tunguska event excited very little interest at the time, and for the next 20 years no attempt was made to determine its cause.
The first scientific expedition into the area took place in 1927, and since then there have been several expeditions to the blast site, and the testimony of witnesses compiled. It is generally said that the explosions were caused by an enormous fireball almost as bright as the Sun moving slowly on a descending trajectory and leaving in its wake a trail of light stretching across the sky up to 800 kilometres. Some eyewitnesses also described it as a tube of light that was cylindrical in appearance and irradiating a bluish-white light. (1)
Bursts of thunder were heard by residents up to 800 kilometres from the site of the explosions. People were knocked off their feet by the shock waves, and windows were shattered up to 650 kilometres away from the affected area. The Tunguska body is said to have produced a ballistic wave. In all, the testimonies of some 900 witnesses have been collated, and the evidence of the enormous power of the sound waves generated by the force of the explosions is undeniable.
The power of the blasts produced a butterfly shaped pattern in the thick taiga, and from witness accounts it has been determined that the shock waves of the sound phenomena are consistent with the butterfly pattern in the tree-fall. (2)The trees were felled outwards in a roughly radial pattern over an area of 2,150 square kilometres. An epicentre for the blasts has been located where some trees remained standing as ‘telegraph poles’ which has been likened to the scene of the nuclear blast at Hiroshima. Four smaller epicentres have been identified within the larger one which stretches over an area 60 kilometres in diametre. Each of these smaller epicentres has its own individual tree-fall pattern showing considerable radial symmetry and is presumably the result of the series of explosions in rapid succession. In the epicentral area, the felled trees have also been twisted 2.5 degrees in a clockwise direction. (4) See Figure 1 that suggests the tremendous torque that was applied to these trees. (9) Generally speaking the tree fall is not completely parallel, but follows the valleys and contours of the terrain, with undestroyed trees in the valleys, chopped-off tree-tops on the slopes, and felled trees near the hill tops (3) (this suggests that the blast waves spread laterally whereas most theories place the source of the force several kilometres above the ground). There are islands where trees have survived and other islands of total destruction. Also ‘inverted profiles’ in the tree-fall have been identified. Fierce forest fires raged for weeks after the event destroying about 1,000 kilometres of forestland which of course has made it difficult to identify specific blast patterns and the first aerial photographs were not taken until almost 20 years later. As a result there are a plethora of theories concerning the cause of this event, and most manage to derive some sort of justification from interpreting aspects of the tree-fall pattern.
Ash and soil fragments sucked up into the atmosphere from the fiery vortex, as well as from the ensuing forest fires, were carried around the world in the global air currents. For several weeks after the event there were reports of unusually colourful sunsets and sunrises, as well as ‘light nights’ and ‘optical fireworks’, over Western Europe, the Scandanavian countries as well as in Russia. In Eastern Siberia and Middle Asia the dust and soot in the air caused high-altitude noctiluscense (‘night-shining’ clouds), that virtually turned night into day. It is said that “the bright nights preceding and following the 1908 Tunguska catastrophe in Europe and Western Asia, 29 June till 2 July, above northern latitudes of 42 degrees, are unique in recorded history except for the 1883 Krakatoa volcanic eruption”. (5) Witnesses report being able to read a newspaper or check the time on their watch in the eerie light. Halos appeared around the Sun. Observatories as far away as the United States noted a marked decrease in atmospheric transparency.
The Irkutsk Observatory, 900 kilometres south-east of the epicentre, recorded disturbances in the Earth’s magnetic field, and the earth tremors produced by the blast were recorded 4,000 kilometres away in St Petersburg. In 1998 the Krasnoyarsk Conference on the 1908 Tunguska Event was held to mark ‘the 90th Anniversary of the Tunguska Problem’, and several papers presented at that conference attribute the cause to electromagnetic forces. According to one paper, magnetogramms reveal an unusual perturbation in the magnetosphere after the explosion consistent with the Tunguska event being a geomagnetic storm of unusually short length (about 5 hours). (6) The perturbation is said to be similar to artificial magnetic storms caused by high-altitude explosions of thermonuclear bombs. In other words the cause can be attributed to atmospheric conditions here on Earth, rather than a collision with a meteorite, asteroid or comet.
Material was also presented at the Krasnoyarsk Conference about the observations of a Dr Weber, a Professor at Kiel University, who had observed periodic perturbations of the geomagnetic field for three days leading up to the explosion. (6) This has been described as a ‘magnetic herald’ that coincided with the start of the optico-atmospheric anomalies in Europe and ended 16 minutes after the explosion of the Tunguska cosmic body in Siberia. This is consistent with the other reports of the bright nights in Europe that started, on some reports, as early as a week prior, and led up to the explosion on the 30 June, 1908.
Another paper at the Krasnoyarsk Conference drew attention to witness’ accounts that the fire-ball and light trail seemed to come in at far from cosmic velocity along a gently sloping trajectory, and resembled a luminous disk the size of the Sun, coming in from the south-east towards the Podkamennaja Tunguska River were the explosions occurred. (7) Early reports described it as a ball of lightning, similar to the atmospheric luminosity and the fire-balls that occur regularly in the Siberian regions. These reports indicate that the phenomenon was ‘plasmo-electric’ in character, and therefore was a terrestrial event rather than a collision with a cosmic visitor. At a later conference on the Tunguska event held in 2001, another paper links the Tunguska event to these optical fireworks that regularly occur in Siberia. This paper refers to Anomalous Luminous Phenomena (ALPs). “They display odd movements, emit unusual colours or sounds and occasionally deposit physical residues. When these phenomena closely approach a human observer, exotic forces and perceptions are frequently reported. Most ALPs have a duration time of just minutes and appear to show spatial dimensions of a few metres”.(8)
Because of the remoteness of the area there was minimal loss of human life. The campsite of a reindeer herder was destroyed and his herd of reindeer was incinerated. The herder himself is said to have died of radiation exposure some weeks later. If the event had occurred a few hours later over Western Europe there would have been a catastrophe of monumental proportions. The fact that there was so little impact on human civilization is the main reason why the event passed virtually unnoticed for so many years.
A Russian meteorite scientist, Leonid Kulik, who mounted the first scientific expedition to the area in 1927, was convinced that a giant meteorite had failed to disintegrate when entering the Earth’s atmosphere, and had crashed to earth. He was therefore expecting to find a huge crater left by the impact of the meteorite. What he did find instead was a neat oval depression in the ground (later named the Suslov Hole after his assistant), that looked suspiciously like it had been created by unnatural forces. It was filled with bog, and he went to no end of trouble to drain this bog expecting to find remnants of the meteorite at the bottom, and instead all he unearthed was some old tree stumps. More than a dozen of such rounded holes have now been found in the blast area, (3) and they likewise have been subjected to extensive examination through magnetic probes and drilling, but not so much as a single ounce of meteorite debris has ever been found in them. See Figure 2 for a recent photograph of these oval craterlike depressions in the ground. (9) There is some evidence that these holes were actually created around 1908 at the time of the Tunguska event. (10)
All the theories that have since been advanced arguing that an asteroid or a meteorite or a comet was responsible for the event have to contend with this insurmountable problem that there is no material debris. All these neatly rounded depressions that have been found in the blast area are consistent with the accounts of witnesses that there was a series of explosions. It is suggested that electromagnetic forces similar to those that create a crop circle could be responsible for creating all these holes, and it is these forces that have combined to give the appearance of one explosive event witnessed by residents at some considerable distance. The combined magnitude of all the shafts of electromagnetic radiation bearing downwards created a tremendous explosion where the blast waves spread laterally at ground level. This would also explain all the anomalies in the tree-fall pattern, where there are several centers, and islands were trees were left standing in the valleys and felled trees on the high ground. It all gives the appearance that shafts of electromagnetic force were going in all different directions creating several different circular depressions in the ground, and the combined force of it radiating outwards to create the huge butterfly pattern in the forest. Eyewitnesses reported seeing ‘columns of fire’ rising up from the blast area. (3) We have already seen that there were four smaller centres within the larger epicentre where the tree-fall patterns indicated a series of forces at work creating individual radial patterns.
An expedition led by an Italian scientist, M. Galli, conducted an analysis of the resin in the felled trees. (11) Galli was looking for cosmic matter embedded in the trees which may provide a clue as to the cause of the explosion. Galli did actually find foreign matter embedded in the trees, specifically particles of calcium, iron-nickel, silicates, cobalt-wolfram, and lead. These substances are sometimes found in asteroids, and his work considerably advanced the school of thought that the Tunguska event was the result of an asteroid crashing to earth. Other researchers took the view that regardless of whether it was a comet or an asteroid, at the final stage of the event there was most probably a classical discharge of atmospheric electricity. (12) These researchers pointed to the anomalies of the Tunguska forest-fall tree burns and the fire, principally the tape-like burn injuries of larch-trees, ‘bird talon’ burns, and the carbonization of the burnt ends of torn off tree tops in the epicentre. Characteristic burns of this nature are more consistent with an electromagnetic explosion in the atmosphere than with a cataclysmic impact from a large, physical object such as an asteroid or meteorite. In addition it has already been observed that physical residues can also be left by Anomalous Luminous Phenomena (ALPs) which can just as easily explain the metallic residues in the resin of the felled trees found by the Galli expedition.
Some of the biological consequences of the Tunguska event are most significant. In the epicentre there has been an accelerated growth of biomass that has endured for decades after the blast. Several biological mutations have also been recorded, not only within the epicentre itself, but also along the trajectory path of the fire-ball of light as it passed over Tunguska. Abnormalities in the Rh blood factor of the local Tungus people, the Evenks. There is also evidence suggesting genetic variations in certain local ant species, as well as genetic abnormalities in the seeds and needle clusters of at least one of the indigenous pine tree species. (11) Interestingly, other studies have revealed overmagnetized soils in several locations in and around the Tunguska site, and furthermore overmagnetized boulders have been found in the north of the Boguchanski district which is located along the presumed trajectory of the Tunguska body. (13) In some cases the intensity of the magnetization was recorded as anywhere between 10 to 100 times higher than normal levels.
We must now turn to the New Physics for an explanation of how these ALPs (Anomalous Luminous Phenomena) occur, not only in Russia but throughout the world. Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf in their book Vernetzte Intelligenz relate the findings of the Russian physicists Alexej Dimitrijev and Vjatcheslav Djatlov. (14) These two were commissioned by the Russian military to investigate the many sightings of self-radiating balls of light that appear regularly in Siberia on the border with China. They came to the conclusion that these UFOs were actually caused by vacuum domains where gravitational forces can change into electricity, and vice versa. This theory introduces a sensational new element into the New Physics because it opens up the possibility of hypercommunication through stable wormholes into other parts of the Universe.
The theory however has radical implications for the functioning of DNA as well. It is now known that DNA functions as a superconductor at body temperature and is able to store light and information. Fosar and Bludorf have come up with the theory that the DNA itself acts as an intelligence network which enables hypercommunication via these wormholes. Effectively then these sightings of mysterious balls of light in the Russian sky can be explained as a phenomenon based in group consciousness brought about by hypercommunication through the wormholes in the DNA. In this way they are able to explain the often reported experience of people who have seen them, that the balls of light are in various subtle ways interacting at a psychic level.
In order to demonstrate the connection between wormholes in space and wormholes in the DNA, Fosar and Bludorf refer to the theory of the Finnish physicist, Matti Pitkänen, who some years ago formulated a new theory about the construction of the universe, based on an eight-dimensional space geometry. The theory is called TGD (Topological Geometrical Dynamics). In this complex theory magnetic wormholes play a very significant biological role. In fact the innovative thrust of his theory is to establish a scientific link between Physics and Biology. His theory leads to a cosmology of sentient beings. Contained in the DNA is much more than simply the instructions for synthesizing proteins for the construction of living cells. These powerful genetic biomolecules also contain the data for the operation of magnetic wormholes as biological communication channels.
Pitkänen has come up with a genuinely new approach of incorporating the mental concepts of consciousness and perception into the New Physics. According to Pitkänen, Wormhole-Magnetic-Fields, which present as Space-Time-Layers, are contained in the normal biological material, and are excellent candidates for a physical explanation of perception. Magnetized wormholes can really be seen as the quintessential living system. Fosar and Bludorf explain that Pitkänen’s TGD theory demonstrates the long suspected connection between Gravitation and Consciousness – namely, that Gravitation and Consciousness represent antipoles. It even suggests that Gravitation is a fiction, evidenced by the fact that gravitational force can be converted into electricity (i.e. electromagnetic vibrations synonymous with brain waves) in vacuum domains. Here is the explanation how self-radiating balls of light can enter into telepathic communication with observers. It also attributes the Tunguska event to an electrical explosion brought about by unprecedented ALPs.
So, having now established a connection between ALPs (Anomalous Luminous Phenomena) and the Tunguska event, do we see any similarities between what we know about the Tunguska event and crop circles? Crop circles normally appear in cereal crops, but it is well-known that the same force has created formations in a wide variety of vegetation and physical landscapes. For instance formations have appeared in prairie grass and rice paddies. In Wisconsin and in Ontario, Canada, formations have appeared in trees. Non-plant substances can also be molded by this force, for example, ice and snow, desert sand, and dry lake bed earth. The dozen or more neatly rounded depressions in the ground at the Tunguska site would seem to qualify this event as worthy of consideration by cereologists.
In genuine crop circles the stems of the plant are bent in a characteristic way that still has not been satisfactorily explained by mainstream scientists. There is no known way to emulate this bending process, and yet it occurs in plants with brittle stems that will normally snap, and in crop where the stalks are steadfastly resistant to bending. Freddy Silva tells us “the bend often creates another anomaly. Slide your hand under a section of flattened stems and you will find them stiff and resistant to being raised, as if they’ve been softened like molten glass in a furnace, allowing them to be gently worked and rehardened into this new and very permanent position. But despite this seemingly traumatic experience, the plants remain alive and well.” (15)
The trees at the Tunguska blast site do not have this characteristic bend of crop circles. Some trees were left standing like gaunt telegraph poles, stripped of bark and foliage. Others were twisted and flattened in radial patterns. There are some trees where it is not possible to determine the origin as if they have been torn out of the ground and flung elsewhere. This would occur, it is suggested, to trees that were actually growing at the site of an oval depression in the ground. In these oval depressions you would also expect to find some tree stumps remaining at the bottom, which has been confirmed by Leonid Kulik. Crop circles are subtle and are created with a minimum of force; the Tunguska event was created by the same force only magnified astronomically. As a general rule crop circles are not created by a blast. There are many reports that a characteristic trilling sound is heard. Magnify the force and you are going to magnify the sound. Magnify the sound to a gigantic explosion, and commonsense dictates that trees are going to be torn out of the ground as well as snapped like twigs.
With genuine crop circles, the soil underneath is noticeably drier. (15) This force is capable of affecting and molding earth and soil, and even rock. Here again commonsense would dictate that a force that dries out the soil is going to be much greater if it creates a large craterlike depression in the ground. Under these circumstances you are not going to expect the trees to be simply bent. An explosive electromagnetic force is going to destroy a lot of the trees at the epicentre, and flatten trees further away in a radial pattern which is exactly what we find at Tunguska.
Another interesting similarity between crop circles and the Tunguska event are the islands where the trees were not destroyed, and also the many ‘telegraph poles’ left standing at the epicentre. It is common ground in crop circle research that The Circlemaker is able to exhibit extraordinary selectivity as to what crop is flattened, and what is left standing. In crop circles “it is not unusual to find red poppies left standing while flattened barley flows around the upright flowers. This extraordinary selectivity as to what is flattened and what is not extends to plants of the same type and age, so that odd single stalks are left upright amid a sea of flattened plants.” (15)
Genuine crop circles involve the application of intense heat. See Figure 3 which shows a close-up of a rock from a crop circle where wheat stems have been flash-burned onto its surface. (15) Also with crop circles the area affected is normally less than say a hundred square metres. The Tunguska event affected an area of 2,150 square kilometres so it would be reasonable to expect the application of a great deal more heat. In crop circles the intense heat actually creates a series of expulsion cavities or ‘blow holes’ in the flattened plants suggesting that the water inside the cell walls is suddenly heated to boiling point. Dr Levengood who carried out an extensive analysis of flattened plants suggested that the electromagnetic energy involved in the creation of crop circles originated in ‘the microwave region’. (15) It is fair to say that extreme heat is applied when conventional crop circles are formed, so 40 Megatons of TNT to create the Tunguska event is not an unreasonable estimation.
Lumps of solid carbon are sometimes found on the soil under crop circles, presumably caused by the intense heat. This is to be compared with the carbonization of the burnt ends of torn off tree tops in the epicentre at Tunguska. In the crop formation below Oldbury Hill fort in 1993 a type of iron powder (also known as meteoric dust) was found glazed to the stems. (15) This iron powder was likewise analyzed by Dr Levengood who found that the wheat heads and stems from that crop circle were actually magnetized as a result of this amorphous iron substance. He also determined that “the material was a pure iron that had been embedded in the plants while the iron was still molten. Tiny iron spheres were also found in the soil”. (16) This finding is reminiscent of the report by M. Galli of finding iron in the resin of the trees flattened in the Tunguska event. An X-Ray Diffraction study of clay materials in crop circle soils has revealed that “specific clay minerals (illite/smectites) are shown to exhibit a subtle, but statistically significant increase in degree of crystallization”. (17) The scientists who conducted this study determined that the temperature required to alter the soil crystallinity would be in the range of 600-800 Degrees Celsius, and they were mystified as to how this amount of heat could be applied to the soil beneath a crop circle, and yet the crop above, although bent with the characteristic nodes, is otherwise alive and healthy. It would be normal to expect heat of this magnitude to incinerate the crop.
Magnetic surveys of soil samples in and around crop circles reveal that the ferrites (iron compounds) in the soil have been magnetized. An unusually high level of nitrates have also been found in crop circle soils that indicates either an over-application of fertilizer or ‘an extremely high electric charge’. (15) There is abundant evidence of electromagnetic anomalies at crop circle sites. All sorts of mechanical and electrical equipment, such as compasses, watches, cameras, mobile phones and computers, have been known to fail. Farmers have reported equipment failure when their harvesters cross the perimetre of a genuine crop circle. Even airplanes and helicopters flying over the field can be affected. Similar anomalies appear to be present at the Tunguska site. Overmagnetized soils and rocks have been reported decades after the event. A great number of researchers who have investigated the Tunguska event attribute it to an overwhelming electromagnetic force.
Freddy Silva presents a compelling argument that the amount of electromagnetic force in crop circles, as well as the background resonance, has increased in recent years proportionately with the complexity of the design of crop formations. (15) He tells us that in 1993 the standing crop inside a formation was “coated with a charge ranging from 10-20 volts per inch using a standard electrostatic voltmetre. By 1999, this charge had risen, some circles registering 30 volts, and in one case in excess of 100 volts”. Similar recordings made by Paul Vigay of background resonance has shown a dramatic increase over a comparable time span. Outside the Silbury ‘Koch fractal’, for example, the background resonance was around 150 MHz and increased to 320 MHz in the centre of the formation. Two years later in the centre of the ‘Nine Crescents’ at Hakpen the background resonance in the centre of the formation had increased to 650 MHz. Unfortunately no such data is available for the Tunguska site, but according to the testimony of witness collected 20 years or more after the event, the heat waves and the sound waves produced can only be compared with the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883. This is the only other explosion of similar magnitude in recorded history.
Fosar & Bludorf state that in the topsoil at the Tunguska blast site certain rare elements were found that are commonly used in the manufacture of semiconductors and computer chips. This may be the explanation for the mysterious dust that Andy Thomas found at a crop glyph at Sompting, West Sussex on 23 June, 2002. In his book Swirled Harvest, Andy relates his attempts to have this dust analysed. Calcium elements were present and “the smaller grains were the purest form of silica”. (19) This was seen to fit in with a study by John Abrahamson of the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, that recorded “similar silica deposits being left in association with the appearance of ball lightning”. We saw earlier that the Italian scientist, M. Galli, found calcium and silicates in the tree resin at the Tunguska epicenter. We also noted earlier that ALPs have been known to deposit physical residues as well. (8)
Laboratory analysis of plants taken from crop circles has revealed that the crystalline structure of the plant has been changed, as well as the DNA. The plants were subjected to extensive tests by Dr Levengood who found that the seeds were often stunted and malformed, and they sometimes failed to germinate. (15) On other occasions the seeds of more mature plants revealed accelerated germination and a 40% faster growth rate. Quite clearly the energy that creates crop circles alters the plants natural growth and life cycles. This is consistent with what happened after the Tunguska event where it has been found that the biomass at the blast site has shown accelerated growth rate that has continued for decades. In other words the genetic and molecular structure of the plants has been permanently altered. There are findings that the local Evenks at Tunguska are exhibiting metabolic and genetic anomalies. Fosar & Bludorf report that in addition to the abnormal Rh blood factor, there has been a wide occurrence of a malady akin to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome amongst the locals. (14) Other research has revealed genetic anomalies in some of the local ant populations and in some of the species of trees.
Freddy Silva suggests that the energy behind crop circles is natural, and yet seemingly, an intelligent force is able to control it to a very fine degree. “How else can we explain a ‘natural phenomena’ that selectively avoids houses, towns, gardens, and parks? That produces hundreds of geometrically and philosophically significant shapes of great complexity? That interacts with and, even reads the minds of, its human observers”. (15) We have seen that it is widely accepted in Russia that ALPs have this ability to interact with the consciousness of the observer. We have seen from the theories of the Russian physicists Alexej Dimitrijev and Vjatcheslav Djatlov, as presented by Fosar & Bludorf, that the explanation for the ALPs is wormholes arising from vacuum domains in space. This coupled with the theory of Matti Pitkänen who constructed a physical universe based on our consciousness emerging from magnetized wormholes within the DNA, and we have the explanation why the Tunguska event, just like crop circles, occurred in a remote place where there was minimal risk to human life. The force in the DNA that creates the ALPs is a benign force because at this stage it is primarily concerned with raising the awareness of human beings of our supernatural foundation. The force is internal to us so why would it seek to harm us. This force already has caused a lot of people to start asking questions by creating these supernatural events in remote places. Evidently it does not seek to scare or coerce people into believing. The Tunguska event however reveals the formidable potential of this force. In the Tunguska event you see perhaps the force required to create a crop circle magnified ten thousand times, or even a hundred thousand times. The figure is meaningless. The magnification is extreme. But this force occurred in remote wilderness and caused only a tiny ripple in human consciousness, which will grow when the time is right.
In fact another Tunguska event occurred in a remote part of the Australian desert in recent years. This was the Banjawarn event which occurred in 1993. Again there was no reported loss of human life because of the remoteness of the region. Details of the apparent ‘Mini 1908 Tunguska’ type event was presented at the Krasnoyarsk Conference in 1998. (18) According to the abstract “the event occurred on or near the Banjawarn sheep station, close to the Celia Fault/Lineament, some 130km northwest of the mining town of Laverton, in the very sparsely populated and isolated semi-desert Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. The event commenced at about 23.00hrs on the night of the 28th. of May 1993 with the sighting of a large aerial orange-red fireball plus a short conical tail low down on the southern horizon. This “object” arced low overhead at an altitude of some 1-2000 metres in a “nap of Earth” type trajectory at less than the speed of sound making a loud pulsed roaring “diesel freight train engine” type noise in flight, before apparently diving to a ground level “impact”. The “impact” was hidden behind a range of low hills located northwest of Banjawarn sheep station. This was immediately followed by :-  a high energy flash of blue-white light (reminiscent of a night time nuclear blast) that “lit up the surrounding 100km radius of scrub bush like day”,  a major long drawn out explosion and a concussion blast wave, and  a co-incident 3.6-3.9 Richter earthquake picked up at 23 AGSO seismographs around the western half of Australia, with  the simultaneous projection of a large column or “flare” of orange-red coloured light vertically skyward to an altitude estimated as several kilometres, followed  by the slow expansion growth of a large “two setting-sun sized” orange-red hemispherical opaque light form structure, with a glowing silver lining, that remained lit up for 2 hours, on the horizon above “ground zero”, in the clear cloudless, dark – no moon, windless night sky, and  approximately one hour after the initial earthquake at 24.00hrs another very small blue-green fireball arced high over Banjawarn station following approximately the same course as the first fireball (but originating at ground level ?) – this then created a second minor ground “impact” with an associated very minor seismic “felt” event at 24.00hrs (but apparently of insufficient energy to be detected by the AGSO seismic chain), with this “ground zero” being adjacent, or in, the hemispheric light form structure described in  above. The seismograph data suggests that the first incident involved a minimum of some 1-2Kt of TNT equivalent and therefore was similar in energy size to a tactical nuclear weapon blast”. Here again the same force that creates crop circles is ‘flexing its muscles’ so to speak. This event also came and went with very little scientific or media attention, but the ripple of awareness created in human consciousness has increased ever so slightly.
The truly interesting thing is that there are several instances in human religious tradition where this force has actually been harnessed and directed by human consciousness, and has become a very formidable and effective weapon. For instance the Druids claim to have used this force when they conjured up the Druid Wind in an attempt to prevent the sons of Mil from landing in Ireland. Another instance occurs in the religious tradition of India. The Mahabarata speaks of an ‘explosion’ that caused ‘blinding fire, the fire without smoke’. This occurred in the north west of India in the 3rd Millennia BC where the Hrapp civilization once existed. (7)
The force also occurs in the Judaeo-Christian tradition. After they were delivered from Egypt the Israelites sojourned for 40 years in the desert. When they came to Canaan (later Palestine) Joshua singled out Jericho as the first city he would conquer. He is told by God that victory is assured, and he is instructed to have his troops march around the walls of the city once a day for six days. The troops are to be led by seven priests walking beside the Ark of the Covenant containing the Ten Commandments, as they blow the shofarot (the ram’s horn). On the seventh day the troops are to circle the city seven more times, then the priests are ordered to blow their horns, and the soldiers are to shout. The walls of the city, God tells Joshua, will come tumbling down. Lo and behold, this is precisely what happens (Joshua 6). The God that crumbled the walls of Jericho, is the force that caused the Tunguska event, and is The Circlemaker. This God is in us all, in our DNA.
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