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Almost 100 years ago, a powerful NUCLEAR EXPLOSION happened in the Siberian wastelands of Russia

 
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hat very idea will disturb the conservative traditionalists. Atomic power before 1944 is not something you will read about in history books. Do not be so sure that your history books are correct.

The concept of an atomic blast in Tunguska of 1908 might be more believable if one considers that there were ANCIENT nuclear wars. This is another wild and crazy idea for the educators. But, there is one person who was very much an advocate of such a notion. That was J. Robert Oppenheimer; the Father of the Atomic Bomb.

During a college lecture, Oppenheimer was asked: ’Was the atomic test at Alamagordo the first nuclear blast?’ The student meant: Was there a U.S. program before Alamagordo? Oppenheimer answered: ’Yes, in modern times.’ The creator of the A-Bomb meant: Our atomic program was the first, not counting the ancient nuclear wars of the distant past.

Oppenheimer was a student of the old books of India; such as the Mahabharata, Bhagavad Gita and the Kansur. Some of these holy works pre-date the Bible. They are not fictional stories. They are history. They speak of flying vimanas. Vimanas were real vehicles and the origin of the ’flying carpet.’ Great wars were described in these early texts. Weapons could literally level the land like a moving force field. In ancient India, we find words for certain measurements of length; one was the distance of light-years and one was the length of an atom. Only a society that possessed nuclear energy would have the need for such words. When Oppenheimer said ’I am become the destroyer of worlds,’ he was quoting from these ancient books. Believe it or not, the deserts on a number of continents today are the result of (prehistoric) nuclear warfare.

There is much resistence to the idea that the Tunguska blast was nuclear. The most common explanation is that it was a meteor. Another possibility is that the 1908 explosion was one of the few times the Earth was hit by a comet. Some ridiculous solutions to the devastation in Russia have been dreamed up such as cosmic wormholes and mini-black holes. When you examine the evidence from untraditional sources, you will discover that the most likely explanation was:

A nuclear-powered spacecraft exploded in 1908!

For those of you interested, read THE FIRE CAME BY: the Riddle of the Siberian Explosion by John Baxter and Thomas Atkins. At 7:17 AM on June 30 1908, a cylindrical object blazed across cloudless skies in central Siberia. Then, came the Big Bang. Primary and secondary shock waves, intense firestorms and a ’black rain’ that contaminated hundreds of square miles followed the thermal blast. The seismic shock wave was recorded in Moscow, Paris, London and even Washington D.C.


’The fire came by and destroyed the forect, the reindeer, and the storehouses. Afterward, when the Tungus went in search of the herd, they found only charred reindeer carcasses.’

- witness to the Siberian Explosion of 1908
[link to www.paranormalnews.com]
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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Wormholes and mini-black holes are a ridiculous explanation but a nuclear blast is not? Get real, OP and admit that it was a meteor. Or an asteroid. That´s what all serious scientists say nowadays.
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hmmm, now astroids are atomic powered rocks.
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I already asked that and it was answered in the early eighties.

It was a meteorite.It hit a pocket of natural gas and steam,igniting it.Some radioactive minerals,not a nuclear explosion.
As to the different angles of approach?
"Trajectory...different views."2IC
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are u so sure it was a spacecraft or an atomic explosion? Documented evidence from bystanders suggest something completely different. Go to:

[link to www.nexusmagazine.com]

You may change your mind. TPTB may not be so powerful after all....
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12/08/2005 10:10 AM
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Greetings everyone!! This is Rock Reynolds comin´ to you folks in Internet land.

Hi Decksurf!!

Good subject! One that has held my interest for awhile.

I was under the impression (right or wrong) that the investigating teams never found any evidence of radioactivity, and thus discounted anything nuclear.

Carl Sagan used to say that the blast was a comet. His reasoning: since no evidence of the cause of the blast could be found, it must have been a comet made of ice (which subsequently melted).

But here is my favorite theory about the blast: a theory in which I have recently gained interest.

I went to a web site once (don´t remember where) that blamed Nikola Tesla for the blast. According to that website, the blast took place at the same time that Tesla was performing his Colorado Spring experiments: zapping the ground with incredible doses of electricity, waiting for the electricity to circle the earth, and then zapping the ground again, building the current until the ground glowed.

IMO, the work of Tesla has been greatly understated in our society because TPTB don´t want us to know what Tesla was doing. I even view HAARP as an extension of Tesla´s Philadelphia Experiment (I know, Tesla died several months prior to the Philadelphia Experiment, but it was his baby.).

Rap wif ya´ later.

Rock
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Greetings everyone!! This is Rock Reynolds comin´ to you folks in Internet land.

Hi Decksurf!!

Good subject! One that has held my interest for awhile.

I was under the impression (right or wrong) that the investigating teams never found any evidence of radioactivity, and thus discounted anything nuclear.

Carl Sagan used to say that the blast was a comet. His reasoning: since no evidence of the cause of the blast could be found, it must have been a comet made of ice (which subsequently melted).

But here is my favorite theory about the blast: a theory in which I have recently gained interest.

I went to a web site once (don´t remember where) that blamed Nikola Tesla for the blast. According to that website, the blast took place at the same time that Tesla was performing his Colorado Spring experiments: zapping the ground with incredible doses of electricity, waiting for the electricity to circle the earth, and then zapping the ground again, building the current until the ground glowed.

IMO, the work of Tesla has been greatly understated in our society because TPTB don´t want us to know what Tesla was doing. I even view HAARP as an extension of Tesla´s Philadelphia Experiment (I know, Tesla died several months prior to the Philadelphia Experiment, but it was his baby.).

Rap wif ya´ later.

Rock
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really, there is even a story of and old alien machine powering up , and blasting the thing just before it hit.
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For what it´s worth, Lynn Buchanan remoted viewed the explosion, and it was in fact a UFO from another planet exploding. The story he told was that the occupants were refugees from a very tyranical civilization. They were allowed to leave, but the rulers had put a bomb in the ship such that if it ever went below a certain altitude, it would explode. The occupants didn´t realize there was a bomb until it was too late. He saw families on the ship fearing for the lives as it descended. People were telling each other how much they loved them.
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It is so far in the past,with no living witnesses or documentation,that profiteers can write books about the possibilities ad infinitum.
Stop being suckers! Nuclear ores are radioactive. Ufos use electromagnetism,ok?
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but important news when 99% of the populatuion is fooled by garbage afrocentric lies and propoganda