The "Installation" update. Siberian UFO undergeround base

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In northwestern Yakutia in Siberia, in the basin of the Upper Viliuy
River, there is a hard-to-reach area that bears the marks of a tremendous
cataclysm that took place some 800 years ago, which toppled the entire
forest cover and scattered stone fragments over hundreds of square
kilometres. Distributed across this area are mysterious metal objects
located deep underground in the permafrost. On the surface, their
presence is revealed only by patches of weird vegetation. The ancient
name of this area is Uliuiu Cherkechekh, which translates as "the Valley
of Death".

For many years the Yakut people have given a very wide berth to this
remote area that has played and still plays a special, powerful role in
the fate not only of civilisation but of the planet as a whole.

After having systematised a large quantity of reports and material of
various kinds, we decided to inform you of something that may change
perceptions of the world around us and our place in it, if humanity can
take heed of what is stated here.

In order to provide the fullest possible picture, we have divided our
account into three sections. The first contains the facts and eyewitness
reports in the form in which they reached us. The second presents the
ancient legends of peoples living in this region and the epic poetry of
neighbouring peoples who observed strange phenomena. This is important so
that you can carry out your own investigation and appreciate for
yourselves every detail of the narrative. Finally, we discuss what lies
behind all this [see Part 2; Ed.].

Eyewitness Reports

The area in question can be described as a solid mass of swamps,
alternating with near-impassable taiga, covering more than 100,000 square
kilometres. Some fairly curious rumours have become attached to the area
regarding metal objects of unknown origin located across its expanse.

In order to shed light on whatever it was that, existing barely
perceptibly alongside us, gave rise to these rumours, we had to go into
the ancient history of this region to discover its beliefs and legends.
We managed to recreate certain elements of the local palaeotoponymy and
these matched in an astonishing manner the content of the ancient
legends. Everything indicated that the legends and rumours were referring
to quite specific things.


In ancient times, the Valley of Death was part of a nomadic route used by
the Evenk people, from Bodaibo to Annybar and on to the coast of the
Laptev Sea. Right up until 1936, a merchant named Savvinov traded on the
route; when he gave up the business, the inhabitants gradually abandoned
those places. Finally, the aged merchant and his granddaughter Zina
decided to move to Siuldiukar. Somewhere in the land between two rivers
that is known as Kheldyu ("iron house" in the local language), the old
man led her to a small, slightly flattened reddish arch where, beyond a
spiral passageway, there turned out to be a number of metal chambers in
which they then spent the night. Zina's grandfather told her that even in
the harshest frosts it was warm as summer in the chambers.

In days gone by, there were bold men among the local hunters who would
sleep in these rooms. But then they began to fall seriously ill, and
those who had spent several nights in a row there soon died. The Yakut
said that the place was "very bad, marshy, and beasts do not go there".
The location of all these constructions was known only to old men who had
been hunters in their youth and had often visited these places. They
lived a nomadic life and their knowledge of the peculiarities of the
area^where one could go, and where one couldn't^was a matter of vital
necessity. Their descendants have adopted a settled way of life, so this
knowledge from the past has been lost.

At present, the only things that point to the existence of these
constructions are ancient place names that have survived in part and all
manner of rumours. But each of those toponyms represents hundreds, if not
thousands, of square kilometres.




In 1936, alongside the Olguidakh ("place with a cauldron") River, a
geologist directed by elderly natives came upon a smooth metal
hemisphere, reddish in colour,


protruding from the ground with such a sharp edge that it "cut a
fingernail". Its walls were about two centimetres thick and it stuck out
of the ground roughly a fifth of its diameter. It stood leaning over so
that it was possible to ride under it on a reindeer.


The geologist despatched a description of it to Yakutsk, the regional
centre. In 1979, an archaeological expedition from Yakutsk attempted to
find the hemisphere he had discovered. The team members had with them a
guide who had seen the structure several times in his youth, but he said
that the area was greatly changed and so they failed to find anything. It
must be said that in that locality you can pass within 10 paces of
something and not notice it, so earlier discoveries have been pure luck.

Back in 1853, R. Maak, a noted explorer of the region, wrote: "In Suntar
[a Yakut settlement] I was told that in the upper reaches of the Viliuy
there is a stream called Algy timirbit (which translates as "the large
cauldron sank") flowing into the Viliuy.


Close to its bank in the forest there is a gigantic cauldron made of
copper. Its size is unknown as only the rim is visible above the ground,
but several trees grow within it^"

The same thing was recorded by N. D. Arkhipov, a researcher into the
ancient cultures of Yakutia: "Among the population of the Viliuy basin
there is a legend from ancient times about the existence in the upper
reaches of that river of bronze cauldrons or olguis. This legend deserves
attention as the areas that are the supposed location of the mythical
cauldrons contain several streams with the name Olguidakh^ 'Cauldron



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 heat;

^ disruption of the normal functioning of meteorological instruments and
the appearance of surface earth tremors;
^ a tremendous sound wave that travelled 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;
^ anomalous properties of the soil and minerals in the area of the
Tunguska explosion;
^ the unusually rapid growth of vegetation at the epicentre 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 thinking.

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. Amazingly, taken together with an ancient
epic poem, these facts present a completely different picture of the
event that took place early in the last century.

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 of years.

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 ancient
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
defence complex left by unknown builders!



"Grandpa" Matvei (108 years of age), a witness of the 1908 Tunguska
photographed with the author at the Evenk settlement of Siuldiukar in

Local Legends and the Shamans' Warnings



Let us return to 30 June 1908 and view all that took place through the
eyes of witnesses. The whole observed event developed according to
roughly this pattern. Around 7.15 am, the meteorite was moving on a
trajectory from southeast to northwest. In Preobrazhenka, I. M. Volozhin
saw moving across the sky "a belt of smoke with fire flashing from it".
That was the meteorite hurtling down to Earth.

1. The Generation and Release of the "Terminator Spheres"

People in the area of Kirensk reported:

...a fiery pillar appeared to the northwest, about four sagens [approx. 6
metres] 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^
From the Teteria trading post, "pillars of fire" were seen in the north.
"Pillars of fire" were also observed in other places (Kezhma,
Nizhne-Ilimsk, Vitim) that do not lie on a single line.


2. A Red Glow during the Generation of the Spheres before the Explosion

The emergence of the terminators at the surface is the most
energy-intensive phase, causing the "energy pillars" and "terminators" to
give off a bright white light, like that produced in welding. The
intensity of the light was such that observers got the impression that
everything had faded or grown dark. Then, after the emergence of a
"terminator", the energy level of the process changed (decreased) so that
the "energy pillars" and "terminators" turned red, lighting up the area
of the coming explosion. Maxim Kainachenok, a 50-year-old Evenk
questioned in Vanavara, said:

...My parents had stopped on the Segochamba. There the earth shook and
there was thunder. At first the redness appeared, and then thunder. The
redness was away from Vanavara. At the moment the meteorite fell, Uncle
Axenov went out to look after the reindeer and he said that, first,
everything above the site of the explosion went black, then red, and
after that they heard thunder...

Anna Yelkina, a 75-year-old Evenk woman living in Vanavara, confirmed

Early, early in the morning...a little higher than the sun, there was a
crash of thunder. High, high up. The whole sky was red, and not just the
sky: everything around was red^the earth and the sky. Then there was a
mighty thundering. A sound like a bell, like people beating a piece of
iron. The thunder went on about half an hour...


3. The Flights of the "Terminators"

Immediately after the appearance of the pillars of light (energy), there
appeared in the sky shining "terminator spheres" that began flying
towards the explosion site. Like many thousands of others who were
questioned, N. Ponomarev from the village of Nizhne-Ilimsk reported:

At 7.20 am, a loud noise was heard near Nizhne-Ilimsk that turned into
peals of thunder... Some of the houses shook from the blows. Many of the
inhabitants saw that before the thunder crashed, "some fiery body looking
like a log" hurtled rapidly above the ground from the south to the
northwest. Immediately after that there came the crash; and at the place
where the fiery body had vanished, "fire" appeared, and then "smoke"...


K. A. Kokorin, an inhabitant of the village of Kezhma, who was questioned
by Ye. L. Krinov in 1930, said:

Three or four days before St Peter's day, around 8 in the morning, no
later, I heard sounds like cannon-fire. I immediately ran out into the
yard that is open to the southwest and west. At that time the sounds were
still going on and I saw to the southwest, at roughly half the height
between the zenith and the horizon, a red sphere flying; rainbow stripes
were visible to the sides and behind it.

At that same time in Kirensk, people were watching a fiery-red ball to
the northwest, moving horizontally according to some accounts, dropping
steeply according to others.
By the Mursky Rapids (close to the village of Boguchany) there was a
flash of bluish light, and a fiery body, considerably larger than the
sun, hurtled from the south leaving a broad, bright trail^


4. The Interception of the Meteorite

The interception of the meteorite was accomplished by a "terminator"
striking it from above to reduce its original speed sharply. This
released a colossal amount of energy that, combined with the energy of
the "terminator", literally melted the substance of the meteorite.
In the correspondent's report by S. Kulesh, published in the
Irkutsk-based newspaper Sibir on 2 July (old style) 1908, we read:

On the morning of 17 (30) June in the village of Nizhne-Kerelinskoye
(some 200 versts [215 km] north of Kirensk) the peasants saw to the
north-west, quite high above the horizon, some body glowing with a
bluish-white light of exceptional strength (you could not keep your eyes
on it), moving downwards for ten minutes... Having approached the ground
(forest), the glowing body seemed to melt. An immense cloud of black
smoke formed in its place and an exceptionally loud noise (not thunder)
was heard, as if of falling stones or cannon-fire. All the buildings
shook. At the same time, flame of indeterminate shape began to burst from
the cloud...

Here is the account of S. B. Semionov, who was in the village of
Vanavara, 100 kilometres from the disaster site:

...Suddenly, to the north, the sky spilt apart and in it fire appeared,
broad and high above the trees, encompassing the whole northern part of
the sky. At that point I felt as hot as if my shirt had caught fire on
me. I wanted to shout out and tear my shirt off, but at that moment [the
sky] slammed shut and there was a tremendous bang. I was hurled about
three sagens across the ground. At the moment when the sky opened, past
the houses tore a hot wind, as if from a cannon, leaving marks on the
ground in the form of tracks and damaging the full-grown onions. Then it
turned out that many panes had been broken in the windows and the iron
hasp on the barn door was broken...

P. P. Kosolapov, who was right by Semionov at the time, felt his ears
burning, although he did not notice any light phenomena. Fifty kilometres
from the explosion site, people's clothing smouldered from the unbearable
heat that suddenly flooded over them from somewhere in the cold taiga.
Sixty kilometres away, no-one could keep on their feet. Six hundred
kilometres away, the flash outshone the sun.


Compensatory Explosive Forces



                                The Installation

    An Interview with Valery Uvarov.


Extracted from Nexus Magazine, Volume 10, Number 4 (June-July 2003)
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 by Graham W. Birdsall  2003


The following extracts were transcribed from a filmed interview with
Valery Uvarov, of Russia's National Security Academy, conducted by Graham
W. Birdsall, Editor of the UK-based UFO Magazine. The interview took
place at the 12th International UFO Congress Convention and Film
Festival, held February 2-8, 2003, in Laughlin, Nevada, USA. Please note
that Graham Birdsall in now deceased and UFO Magazine has closed.


Graham Birdsall (GB): What is your official title?

Valery Uvarov (VU): I am head of the Department of UFO Research, Science
and Technical, National Security Academy, based in St Petersburg, Russia.

GB: This, then, is an official Russian government agency?

VU: Absolutely. I am answerable to two people above me. They are
answerable to the next person above them, who is our President [Putin].


GB: What exactly is your remit?

VU: Our research efforts are divided into two parts. Firstly, we are
constantly analysing data coming in from all over the world. We then
extract what we consider to be the most interesting information through
our database-which is yellow, which is red. This, then, is released to
various departments throughout Russia. The other aspect of our research
stemmed from asking the question: do UFOs exist or not? For sure, we know
they exist, but what is behind their activity, their interest? This is
the most important issue for us, and what we mostly focus our
investigations on.


GB: There is active co-operation between NASA and Russian aerospace
officials at a technical, scientific and maybe even military level. Do
you liaise or have ties with organisations similar to your own overseas?

VU: I can tell you, truthfully, that just a couple of days before I flew
to the United States I had a meeting with my ... let's say, my bosses.
And they said they are very interested in co-operating with other
organisations ... let's say, our friends in the West. So, I can tell you
that this particular mission is at the starting point. I am charged with
finding the right people. When this is done, and the next stage is
activated, we can make some concrete steps.


GB: Earlier, off camera, you alluded to some important developments
concerning the Tunguska explosion of 1908. For the record, can you tell
us why you now believe you know the cause?


VU: It is not so much a case of belief; we know what caused it. It was a
meteor, but a meteor that was destroyed by ... let's say, a missile. The
missile was generated by a material installation. We don't know who
constructed it, but it was built long, long ago and is situated in
Siberia, several hundred kilometres north of Tunguska. I can tell you
that our investigation has revealed more than one explosion at Tunguska.
Let me share something with you. The last time that this installation
shot down a meteor was on 24/25 September last year. The Americans ...
they have three bases ... they, too, noticed this explosion. [Editor's
Ref: See New Scientist vol 178 issue 2399 - 14 June 2003]


GB: Forgive me, but some will say this sounds like science fiction.