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Roswell UFO Incident, 60 Years Later.

UFO-The True Story

Recently, I have come across an interesting article published in Russian version of the
periodical "Popular mechanics". It was entitled "The interrupted flight. The Russian flying
saucer could become the invisible intelligence officer or super-liner". Well, our ever-
changing epoch tends to reveal even the most hush-hush data including military secrets.
This will be the main subject of this article.

Terrestrial origin of the Extraterrestrial Machines

The article informed of a new collaborative process between the Russian company "EKIP"
and the American Research Navy Center to create a unique flying apparatus. The article
also contained an interesting photograph of a functioning prototype.

Well, this is great news indeed. Interestingly, but on February 6th, 1992 Head of a special
Government's Committee had stated that he could demonstrate "Russian UFO". True. A
disc-like apparatus "EKIP" was able to take off and remain in the air for a while. However,
back then, explanations that were given to the general public regarding the actual principle
of the flying machine appeared to be quite vague. It was noted that a special "air cushion"
could have indeed occurred as a result of a pair of turbo-reactive engines. However, the
engines could not have allowed for an absolutely vertical take off.

Afterwards, Boris Yeltsin offered the French to "participate in the production process of the
machine." Today, after 15 years, the Russian creation is going to the mass production.
The operation is being sponsored by American government. In addition, the article also
mentions a similar Chinese-Russian project.

As a result, such "UFOs of earthly origin" could in fact outshine those mysterious aliens in
their unidentified flying objects. However, would it possible to assume that the entire
science of ufology is nothing but a mere secretive component of the real story of flying
objects? Of the ones that are currently being "created anew" by Russians and sold to
Americans?

UFO above Krasnoyarsk

In December of 1989, Russian town of Krasnoyarsk was overflowing with rumors. People
claimed that strange flying objects had been cruising the sky at night, while the local police
unit had been observing them messing with electrical posts. Events of that night were later
described in tedious details in one of the books entitled "UFO above Krasnoyarsk".
However, this was the first and the last time that such objects appeared in the region.
Soon afterwards however, a considerable number of local human-mediums began
establishing contacts with the cosmos and receiving messages from above. Many refused
to believe their gibberish. But what other choice did they have? Everyone really did
witness those flying objects patrolling the night’s sky. Where did they come from?

In 1995 I have published an article entitled in one of the Krasnoyarsk newspapers entitled
"Lie of the century. UFOs are created in Pentagon". Afterwards, several more articles and
TV programs followed, all attempting to reveal the mystery behind such phenomenon.
That is why it makes me happy to see that the fog around "UFOs" slowly starts to clear. I
guess many will agree that genuine truth, no matter how ugly it may be, is better than a
pretty lie.

A tale of an umbrella-airplane

Often, TV documentaries about the history of aviation include some fragments of old
newsreels where one can clearly observe rather strange objects among numerous ancient
old models of airplanes. The object resembles a typical umbrella with a motor and a pilot.
This "umbrella-plane" had been tested in 1911 in the US by a scientist Chance Vought.




The umbrella-airplane from the newsreel surely looks quite funny. But do you really think
that a practical American will spend his money on creating a flying apparatus for pure fun?
Of course, not. The flying principle resembles that of traditional airplanes. However, back
in 1911, there were no technologies allowing the use of the flying principle to the fullest
extent.

Afterwards, Chance Vought became the head of a major airplane manufacturing
company. Some of this airplanes were oval.
However those UFOs that appeared in the States at the end of 40s of the XX century had
little in common with traditional airplanes. They resembled giant phone amplifiers. They
even had a similar way of working: a thin metal membrane under the influence of a series
of electrical magnets began vibrating with an ultrasound frequency. As a result, the
airplane was able to take off while being supported by a columnar ring-shaped vortex
caused by vibrayion.

UFO-Story

Someone named D.P in his electronic message to me has written the following, "What a
magnificent spectacle - a conical column of bright light with a real snow storm inside and a
brightly lit flying apparatus which tops the structure." Let me explain. A UFO possesses a
brightly lit vortex activator which is being ionized. Afterwards, it starts to vibrate. Moisture
from the prevailing gas environment within the vortex starts to freeze. In the end it results
in the creation of myriad of snowflakes and forms "a mysterious light beam. Whenever the
apparatus starts to move, that columnar vortex twists and turns while snaking behind the
machine (this particular "twisting of the beam of light" has caused numerous ufologists to
believe in myths and legends of anti-gravitation).

My friend engineer D.P. mentioned earlier has worked at one military facility located in
Kazakhstan. Nowadays, he lives abroad. That is why he informs me of all the details
regarding the actual structure of those UFOs via e-mail. As you have probably already
realized it, Russian military specialists did not require much time to reveal the mystery
behind American UFOs and create their own.

Americans were obviously furious with such impudence from Russians. No one could
possibly decipher UFO technology! So later, "Aviation Week and Space Technology"
magazine has published the following, "Russians tested their electric-pulse anti-freezer
without success." Russians in turn, published a rebuttal in a magazine entitled "Modern
generation technology". The article contained a detailed scheme of the device followed by
additional comments.

Thus, The umbrella-plane was tested by inventor Chance Vought in America in 1911. This
very flying device was the ancestor of "flying discs" or "flying saucers". The first flying
discs used the same scheme but on a higher technological level. The very form of the first
flying discs is flat from below, prominent and streamline on the top; it means that it was
very important for these objects to be oriented down with its surface with a higher head
resistance. This only fact is enough to understand that such discs rest upon the air.

What is the essence of the aerodynamic effect? As long as a flying disc doesn’t throw out
anything like rockets do, there will be no lift. This can be a ring whirl, as it doesn’t draw the
disc back. The disc must be delayed on the whirl just for a couple of microseconds
because another whirl is formed within this period. Air rejection gives rise to reactive force,
a disc takes off, and a whirl that appears under the disc prevents the disc from drawing in
until another whirl is formed. The time between these whirls is insignificant. The whirl
draws in much air in the revolving, consequently, a disc can give it a bigger impulse within
the period when a whirl is being formed, and it itself then moves higher.

However, the first flying discs had many defects. First of all, the push surface couldn’t
resist and broke that further caused catastrophes. It was this elastic foil that US Air Force
Captain Jesse Marcell found on a farmer-s field; this case gave rise to the sensation about
the Roswell incident in July 1947. Second, the disc was unsteady: it fell sideways as it
slipped off the whirls. Third, flying discs with impulse electromagnets were heavy, with
high power imputs and couldn’t cover long distances (as one correspondent told me,
Americans had to deliver their flying discs to the Soviet shores in submarines). Certainly,
this kind of aircrafts was improved, but another generation of apparatuses appeared by
that time; their airframes were not shaken with electromagnetic field. It was made of
piezoceramics and vibration appeared as a result of the piezoelectric effect. Apparatuses
of this generation were no longer in a disc shape, they were balls, ellipses and other
volumetric figures surrounded with a halo of ionized gas.




Finally, the third generation of flying discs consists of dark objects in which only small
zones, whirl activators, are glowing. The light goes downwards when the disc is to take
off, to the side when it is to move sideways or the light shines in the form of a pointed
bracket at manoeuvres. The zone of whirl activation appears in any part of the airframe
consisting of cell contacts. Uneven cells are joined together (this is the base), and voltage
is sent to the other cells through a regulating switchboard. The airframe is monolithic and
doesn’t vibrate, but the adjoining air is artificially ionized, and current impulses that slip by
at a megahertz frequency made it expand. The principle of thermal sources of sound is
known rather well, but it wasn’t effectively used in other scientific fields.

I hope that readers will be able to identify the following kinds of apparatuses with those
that are described in the my "The X-file".

But what is "EKIP"? Nevertheless, I assume that Russian engineers who designed "EKIP"
have actually introduced a truly unique technical solution where the vortex creates the
main lifting power and equal distribution of powerful currents from the turbo-jet engine
creates a horizontal draught, thus helping to stabilize the flight. American engines stabilize
their flights by means of the same process which happens on the circumference of the
apparatus (those are huge brightly lit "illuminators" surrounding the "UFO").

Secret services reveals the truth

Recently one of the newspapers entitled "KGB Unveiled UFO Secrets". The popular
newspaper has made public the content of the so-called "blue file", which KGB of the
USSR had once forwarded to Russian ufologists. However, despite the promising title, no
secrets had been revealed. It simply included several facts about specific locations where
such unidentified flying objects were spotted by Russian military radars. In addition to this
First Russian TV channel aired a documentary "America’s Top Secret territory." Its authors
rather obviously hinted at the fact that such unidentified objects were produced by
American secret facilities. Numerous publications regarding UFO have followed. Also,
there are finders of truth in THE USA. For example: "Roswell Declassified" (Jim Wilson,
Popular Mechanics magazine). Now to declassify UFO-information France promises. But
who will have time forward? Russians or Frenchmen?

No more UFOs

Basically, there no longer remains a mystery behind UFOs. Ufologists often accuse me of
disregarding the unidentified phenomenon. Undoubtedly, there still remain a whole lot of
mysterious and unexplained wonders around us. However, we do not consider an ordinary
TV set to possess some magical qualities and represent "a magic crystal". So why should
we believe in aliens and in a rather terrestrial origin of UFOs if their technology is well-
known and far from fantastic?

Pavel Poluyan,
Krasnoyarsk




UFO politics. Is the US government ready to open up its military secrets?

Question. Pavel, in your book, you try to prove that there are no extraterrestrials at all,
while flying saucers are secret devices made in the USA in the late 1940s for
reconnaissance and diversion. Is this not too bold?

Answer. You mean that extraterrestrials are gentle people, while the Americans should be
offended? I will start in a roundabout way. 60 years ago, June 1947, the so-called Roswell
incident took place in the US: a flying saucer crashed. The US military stated that it was a
secret balloon had fallen, while journalists put forward the UFO version, because, at that
time, in the US, flying saucers were often observed. Therefore, since that time, the myth of
extraterrestrials has been alive.

Unfortunately, the truth is more prosaic: in the 1940s, the US actively tested secret flying
devices that often wrecked. And it is obvious that these were namely tests, because
different devices with different types of engines were seen. Look at least into the Bruce
Maccabee book, (UFO-FBI CONNECTION. The Secret History of the Government’s
Cover-Up): there are different declassified reports from government institutions. There is
also evidence that the flying saucers of the 1940s had nozzles, vertical trimmers, and flew
in a zigzag way, so an inversion track could be seen after them.

Let us logically think: if the flying discs are not hallucinations and not natural phenomena
but artificial devices, there are only two variants: they were produced either on the Earth
or somewhere else. UFOs seriously differ from aircraft and helicopters: they have no
wings, they are silent, and they have some luminescence around them. Therefore, the
extraterrestrial version is the most logical. However, this explanation is too impossible, too
fantastic; however, it sounds very romantic. On the other hand, in the 20th century,
technological change brought many surprises to mankind: let us take the nuclear bomb.
Who knows what else could have been born in secret laboratories, for astronomical sums
were invested in the arms race.

Q. Following your thought, in the middle of the 20th century, did scientists discovered the
secret of anti-gravitation?

A. The most laughable thing is that to explain how flying saucers fly, no exotic theories are
needed about some unknown anti-gravitational fields. The secret of these unusual devices
is in the cunning use of a special aerodynamic effect, which was known already at the
beginning of the era of aircraft construction.

As a child, you most likely played with an opened umbrella: while moving it abruptly
towards you, you could feel the resistance of the air mass. People already played these
games in the early 20th century, when the first planes started. In some old chronicles, you
could see among other flying shelves an odd device: a huge umbrella with an engine and
pilot. The umbrella moved sometimes up, sometimes down, the device became airborne
and again returned to the ground. That was the ancestor of flying saucers. Here, the effect
of repulsion from surroundings is at work. In this way, birds and butterflies fly. However, a
human being cannot repulse from air; Icarus could only be in myths. While, in a more thick
surroundings, for example in water, people can repulse while swimming. More interesting
than a small bird is how a dragonfly flys: it can simply hang in the air while minutely
moving its wings. Therefore, if a human being was equipped with huge wings to repulse
air very quickly, he could try to compensate for gravity with the whole sum of repulsing
impulses. However, you hardly could imagine plane wings trembling in a dragonfly way. It
is much easier to imagine a kind of umbrella with which we catch air. An umbrella in the
form of a disc.

There is no miracle in the parachute. Physically, the essence of the process is that the
great square of the canopy, while slowly moving down, meets frontal resistance, which
compensates for gravity's pull on the parachute jumper. The form is also very important:
the hollow surface has the biggest strength factor, while the surface bent towards the
movement, a smooth form, has a smaller strength factor. Therefore, it is clear why the first
flying saucers had such a form: flat from below and smooth from above. These flying
saucers can fly without anti-gravitation; they simply lean against the air. According to the
calculations, to lift a real flying device, the pusher corpse must vibrate with ultrasonic
frequency. The lowest level is 10 kilohertz; if the shear upwards within one vibration is 1
mm, the speed of the strictly vertical lifting is 10 meters a second.

Q. Pavel, this is not journalism; this is a real working scheme, an invention. And you
openly tell about it.

A. All rights were already reserved, though top secret. Many specialists from different
spheres know about it, though they prefer to keep silent. However, it is very important to
tell people about it: they should not be afraid of UFOs.

Really, people could become panic-stricken while seeing in the sky a luminous ellipsoid
silently moving with great speed. It is clear why the extraterrestrial myth appeared. In
some degree, US military could have been justified. A top secret plan was necessary to
protect the new creations from Soviet spies. According to some information, initial design
of such flying devices was stolen by the Americans from captive German engineers.
British pilots saw small UFOs over German territory, which seemed to emerge towards the
attacking bombers. Later, the myth was spread, so it lost its mystery. Nobody wanted to
be responsible for misinformation. Soviet engineers in their turn understood that the flying
saucers existed, so it was by then a common military secret.

Q. And when did this happen?

A. The discernment came in the 1970s. I remember one noticeable report on the Vremya
informational television program. Soviet scientist Shklovsky proved that we are alone in
the universe and that there are no extraterrestrials. At that time, this meant that this was
the government and the party position. At that time, some UFO publications started to
penetrate into the mass media to cancel the psychosis, while the system organized by
KGB system of gathering information about UFOs over USSR territory was only for
counterintelligence needs.


The book Liquidation of the UFO (in Russian) was published in Krasnoyarsk in 2002,
while, on the Internet it can also be found (in Russian, too) on Krasu.ru



KGB Unveils UFO Secrets?

The Russian newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda" published a series of five articles
under a loud headline "KGB Unveiled UFO Secrets". These publications are based upon
materials of a so-called "blue file" that the KGB once compiled concerning activity of
Russian ufologists. However, the newspaper unveiled no secrets at all: the publications
mentioned just several instances when UFOs were registered over Soviet military objects.
What do these KGB documents testify to? Do extraterrestrials actually exist? Or, is it
possible that the truth is more prosaic? Researcher from the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk
Pavel Poluyan tells about it.

Let-s Liquidate UFO!

I saw a UFO for the first time on April 26, 1989: there was a large luminous ball flying over
the Kama river. In fact, it was a thin air stratum around the ball that was glowing: some
part of the ionized gas was blown away by an onrushing flow, and a short flickering track
remained behind the apparatus. The case was called later "UFO over Perm" and was
described in the press many times as lots of witnesses saw the phenomenon.

It took me several years to outline a practical scheme explaining the phenomenon I saw.
As it turned out, everything could be explained even without fantastic hypotheses, but with
non-typical aerodynamic effects. The effects are perfectly known more or less now; at
least nobody recalls antigravitation when sees the flight of a disk-shaped baby plane
designed by the Saratov EKIP concern. How does it fly without wings and propellers?
When my article on principles of UFO flights was published in "Komsomolskaya Pravda"
on November 1, 1995, the editorial staff illustrated the text with the picture of the UFO
produced in Saratov, the baby plane I-ve already mentioned.

Later, the TV station "Afontovo" in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk produced a video
where the story that I narrated was supplied with shooting done in the laboratory of
superlight aircrafts in the Siberian aerospace academy and in the laboratory of the strong
magnetic field in the Krasnoyarsk Physics Institute. In 2001, I brought my materials to the
editorial office of the popular Russian newspaper "Top Secret", but instead of a publication
I met with a strange man. Some man found me in Krasnoyarsk and asked different
questions in exchange for generous financing. He wanted to know whether I knew of what
material a flying discs body is done, if it can land on water; what is more, the man wanted
to find out with what scientists I cooperated when I wrote my materials. After that I
understood perfectly well that my surmises concerning secret apparatuses designed in the
USA (and later in the Soviet Union as well) corresponded the reality, and that I must
expound my version in detail. This is how my book Liquidation of UFO appeared; now it is
available on many Internet websites.

You may ask why the KGB left me alone and allowed to publish my works. The problem is
that I guessed the scheme of the first UFO, those that the USA tested at the end of the
1940s v beginning of the 1950s. Modern models are more complicated, I learnt it from
emails from readers who were somehow connected with design and production of such
aircrafts.

The recent publications in "Komsomolskaya Pravda" has come in handy. My opinion is
that it-s high time for the KGB to "unveil the UFO secret" so that people could learn the
truth from Russia, as it cannot be obtained from American mystifiers.

Some romantic readers may say that what I-m going to tell is just one of the versions.
However, what you are going to read right now is the truth. But first of all we must
separate real "flying objects" from other unidentified phenomena, as such cases were
actually observed as well.

A group of ionospheric UFOs can be singled out from the unidentified phenomena: these
are many-colored lights zigzagging the sky at an unbelievably high speed. These are not
objects in fact, but ionospheric spots of reflected light that appear as a result of gas
glowing in the spot where two radar rays with definite characteristics cross. Synchronized
moving of the rays produces the spots of reflected light that cross the sky at any speed
and along any trajectory. Such experiments on modification of the ionospheric
environment draw attention of the community.

Another group of UFO phenomena is made up by those that psychologist Jung described.
The fact is that a visual picture produced by the brain is exactly a picture. In other words, it
is not transported from the retina into our consciousness, but appears as a result of
procession of the information that the brain receives. Sometimes some alien images can
intrude into this picture, just exactly the way when some uninvited banner comes up on
your computer monitor when you surf the Internet. For example, when a child sees a
dwarf going out of a wardrobe, he actually SEES the dwarf, as his brain cannot yet protect
the visual picture from other signals.

The same can be observed with adults: the brain work is disturbed under the influence of
high-frequency radiation, and strange objects interfere into the visual picture. It is no
wonder that visions of this kind occur when people see "flying objects": unlike pilots in a
shielded cockpit, accidental witnesses are no protected from microwave radiation from
these aircrafts.

And now let-s speak about real UFOs. We all remember an old newsreel on aviation
history where some strange apparatus, something like a huge umbrella with an engine
and a pilot, was demonstrated together with antiquated biplanes and gliders. The
"umbrella" twitched up and down; when it went down, the apparatus took off and when the
umbrella moved up, the aircraft got back to the surface. The umbrella-plane was tested by
inventor Chance Vought in America in 1911. This very flying device was the ancestor of
"flying discs" or "flying saucers".

The first flying discs used the same scheme but on a higher technological level. The very
form of the first flying discs is flat from below, prominent and streamline on the top; it
means that it was very important for these objects to be oriented down with its surface
with a higher head resistance. This only fact is enough to understand that such discs rest
upon the air.

As founder of the Russian aircraft construction Zhukovsky said, there is rest everywhere in
the air. The umbrella plane from the old newsreel is certainly very funny, but do you think
that practical Americans spent money on construction of the craft just for fun? Certainly
not. The principle of flight based on formation of compression under the vibrating surface
is not worse than that used in traditional planes where the lift (the difference of pressures)
arises at the expense of asymmetrical streamline of a wing with the oncoming air. In 1911,
there were no technologies to use the principle of flight to the maximum.

During WWII German aviation engineers employed this principle. But they managed to
create only models of one meter long; however, those UFOs scared American and English
pilots very much when glowing balls appeared right before their bombers.

At the end of the 1940s, the first flying discs resembling telephone dynamic speakers
appeared: their huge membranes vibrated at a supersonic speed, and a streamline top
part consisting of two spherical segments guaranteed the difference of the drag from
above and from the bottom. A thin metal membrane was set vibrating with a system of
impulse electromagnets (later Russian engineers employed this technology in electropulse
anti-icers, on the wings of IL-86 planes for instance).

What is the essence of the aerodynamic effect?

As long as a flying disc doesn’t throw out anything like rockets do, there will be no lift. This
can be a ring whirl, as it doesn’t draw the disc back. The disc must be delayed on the whirl
just for a couple of microseconds because another whirl is formed within this period. Air
rejection gives rise to reactive force, a disc takes off, and a whirl that appears under the
disc prevents the disc from drawing in until another whirl is formed. The time between
these whirls is insignificant. The whirl draws in much air in the revolving, consequently, a
disc can give it a bigger impulse within the period when a whirl is being formed, and it
itself then moves higher.

However, the first flying discs had many defects. First of all, the push surface couldn’t
resist and broke that further caused catastrophes. It was this elastic foil that US Air Force
Captain Jesse Marcell found on a farmer-s field; this case gave rise to the sensation about
the Roswell incident in July 1947. Second, the disc was unsteady: it fell sideways as it
slipped off the whirls. Third, flying discs with impulse electromagnets were heavy, with
high power imputs and couldn’t cover long distances (as one correspondent told me,
Americans had to deliver their flying discs to the Soviet shores in submarines). Certainly,
this kind of aircrafts was improved, but another generation of apparatuses appeared by
that time; their airframes were not shaken with electromagnetic field. It was made of
piezoceramics and vibration appeared as a result of the piezoelectric effect. Apparatuses
of this generation were no longer in a disc shape, they were balls, ellipses and other
volumetric figures surrounded with a halo of ionized gas.
Finally, the third generation of flying discs consists of dark objects in which only small
zones, whirl activators, are glowing. The light goes downwards when the disc is to take
off, to the side when it is to move sideways or the light shines in the form of a pointed
bracket at manoeuvres. The zone of whirl activation appears in any part of the airframe
consisting of cell contacts. Uneven cells are joined together (this is the base), and voltage
is sent to the other cells through a regulating switchboard. The airframe is monolithic and
doesn’t vibrate, but the adjoining air is artificially ionized, and current impulses that slip by
at a megahertz frequency made it expand. The principle of thermal sources of sound is
known rather well, but it wasn’t effectively used in other scientific fields.

Now I would like to say about "a mysterious material ray" that flying discs emit. Ufologists
say that with the help of this ray extraterrestrials take people on board their aircrafts. The
situation is more prosaic in fact: molecules are centrifuged and separated in the whirl
zone, moisture is frozen out of the air in the cooled area and as a result of it small crystals
form. The light emitted by the activation zone is shining on the crystals. Thus, a UFO 50
meters high described in the article in "Komsomolskaya Pravda" is not an object itself, but
the area consisted of whirls that it illuminated. The glowing zone stops where the lowest
whirl loses the energy as it expanses and ceases to freeze crystals.

When the Soviet borders grew weaker as a result of perestroika, American spy UFOs
flooded the sky over Russia. Unfortunately, they were not only collecting information. In
December 1989, policemen in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk saw that several dark flying
discs were trying to experiment on electric mains going to the Krasnoyarsk aluminum
plant. However, we should also feel for Americans as they have been fooled with
extraterrestrial fairy tales all this time, and the misinformation was spread intentionally. I
tried to demonstrate how it is done on the example of the book UFO FBI CONNECTION.
The Secret History of the Government’s Cover-Up by Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D. however,
when a part of my book was published in English, the author emailed to me to express his
disagreement.

So, the childish fantasy about extraterrestrial beings is currently being turned into a real
spy novel. I would like to add that the disclosures I-ve done were not inspired and
financed by the FSB; they are the result of my private, years-long research. I used my
personal finance for the researches.

It is certainly very sad to give up the myth about extraterrestrials. But it-s time to grow
older and say good-bye to fairy tales. I am not a confirmed sceptic-rationalist.

Be sure, dear readers, there are more interesting things in the world than extraterrestrial
beings, immortality of the soul and its post mortem fate. And those who have been
spreading lies in the information sphere and fooling the humanity for 60 years already
must remember this.

Pavel Poluyan
Krasnoyarsk
Umbrella-plane

We all remember the old newsreel in aviation history where some strange apparatus,
something like a huge umbrella with an engine and a pilot, was demonstrated together
with antiquated biplanes and gliders. The "umbrella" twitched up and down; when it went
down, the apparatus took off and when the umbrella moved up, the aircraft went back to
the ground. The umbrella plane was tested by inventor Chance Vought in America in
1911. This very flying device was the ancestor of "flying saucers". The first flying saucers
used the same scheme but on a higher technological level. The very form of the first flying
saucers is flat from below, prominent and streamline on the top; which means that it was
very important for these objects to be oriented with its flat surface down and with a higher
head resistance. This fact alone is enough to understand that such discs rest upon the air.

The umbrella plane from the old newsreel is certainly very funny, but do you think that
practical Americans spent money on construction of the craft just for fun? Certainly not.

The principle of flight based on formation of compression under a vibrating surface is not
worse than that used in traditional planes, where the lift (the difference of pressures)
arises at the expense of asymmetrical streamline of a wing's form in the oncoming air. In
1911, there were no technologies to use the principle of flight it's maximum…


Let's Liquidate the Myth of the UFO!

In November of 2007 a group of military pilots from different countries addressed the with
a demand to open all secret files concerning flying saucers.

Previously in England and France the material containing observations and deductions by
experts in regards to flying saucers was made open to the public. In Russia in May 2007,
the newspaper of the Russian Minister of Defense “Red Star” featured a lengthy article
called “UFO – Farewell to a Legend” by researcher Pavel Polyan. The article contains
material collected from many years of journalistic investigation, in which Pavel Polyan
discovered that flying saucers are vehicles built on earth and used by the secret military
services of the US for spying and perhaps by the Soviet Union as well. Below is an
abridged version of Pavel Polyan’s article.


The last issues of the newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda“ published a series of five
articles under the loud headline "KGB Unveils UFO Secrets". These publications were
based on materials from the so-called "blue file" that the KGB once compiled concerning
the activity of Russian ufologists. However, the newspaper unveiled no secrets at all, the
publications mentioned just several instances when UFOs were registered over Soviet
military objects. What do these KGB documents testify to? Do extraterrestrials actually
exist? Or, is it possible that the truth is more prosaic?

I saw a UFO for the first time on April 26, 1989: there was a large luminous ball flying over
the Kama river. In fact, it was a thin air stratum around the ball that was glowing while
some part of the ionized gas was blown away by an onrushing flow, and a short flickering
track remained behind the apparatus. The case was later refered to as a "UFO over Perm"
and was described in the press many times as lots of witnesses saw the phenomenon.
It took me several years to outline a practical scheme for explaining the phenomenon that
I saw. As it turned out, everything could be explained without any fantastic hypotheses,
just simple rare aerodynamic effects. The effects are perfectly known more or less now; at
least nobody recalls antigravitation when they see the flight of a disk-shaped mini-plane
designed by the Saratov EKIP concern. How does it fly without wings and propellers?
When my article on the principles of UFO flights was published in Komsomolskaya Pravda
on November 1, 1995, the editorial staff illustrated the text with the picture of the "UFO"
produced in Saratov, the mini-plane I've already mentioned.

Later, Afontovo TV, in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, produced a video where the story
that I narrated was supplied with material filmed in the laboratory of superlight aircrafts in
the Siberian Aerospace Academy and in the laboratory for experimenting with strong
magnetic fields in the Krasnoyarsk Physics Institute. In 2001, I brought my materials to the
editorial office of the popular Russian newspaper Top Secret, but instead of getting my
material publicized, I was met by a strange man. Some man found me in Krasnoyarsk and
asked different questions in exchange for generous financing. He wanted to know whether
I knew what material the UFO bodies are made of, if it can land on water; what is more,
the man wanted to find out with what scientists I cooperated when I wrote my materials.
After that I understood perfectly well that my surmises concerning secret aircraft designed
in the USA (and later in the Soviet Union as well) corresponded to reality, and that I must
expound my version in detail. This is how my book "Liquidation of UFO" appeared; now it
is available at many Internet websites.

You may ask why the KGB left me alone and allowed me to publish my works. The
problem is that I already guessed and publicized the scheme of the first UFO, those that
the USA tested at the end of the 1940s and the beginning of the 1950s. Modern models
are more complicated, as I learned from those who were somehow connected with design
and production of such aircrafts.

The recent publications in “Komsomolskaya Pravda“ has come in handy. My opinion is
that it's high time for the KGB to "unveil the UFO secret" so that people could learn the
truth from Russia, as it obviously cannot be obtained from American mystifiers.

Some romantic readers may think that what I'm going to say is just one of the many
versions. However, what you are going to read right now is the truth. But first of all we
must separate real "flying objects" from other unidentified phenomena, as such cases are
observed as well.

A group of ionospheric UFOs can be singled out from the unidentified phenomena: these
are many-colored lights zigzagging the sky at an unbelievably high speed. These are not
objects in fact, but ionospheric spots of reflected light that appear as a result of gas
glowing in the spot where two radar rays with specific characteristics cross. Synchronized
movement of the rays produces the spots of reflected light that cross the sky at any speed
and along any trajectory. Such experiments on modification of the ionospheric
environment draw the attention of the public.

Another group of UFO phenomena is made up by those which psychologist Cal Jung has
described. The fact is that a visual picture produced by the brain is exactly a picture. In
other words, it is not transported from the retina into our consciousness, but appears as a
result of processing of the information that the brain receives. Sometimes some alien
images can intrude into this picture, just exactly the way when some uninvited banner
comes up on your computer monitor when you surf the Internet. For example, when a
child sees a dwarf going out of a wardrobe, he actually SEES the dwarf, as his brain
cannot yet protect the visual picture from other signals.

The same can be observed with adults: the brain's work is disturbed under the influence of
high-frequency radiation, and strange objects invade the visual picture. It is no wonder
that visions of this kind occur when people see "flying objects". Unlike pilots who are in a
shielded cockpit, accidental witnesses are not protected from microwave radiation that is
emitted from these aircrafts.

And now let's speak about real "UFOs". I hope that readers will be able to compare the
following kinds of apparatuses with those that are described in the "blue file".
 Counterintelligence agents collected only actual facts and knew perfectly well what kind
of objects were flying over our military objects.

We all remember the old newsreel in aviation history where some strange apparatus,
something like a huge umbrella with an engine and a pilot, was demonstrated together
with antiquated biplanes and gliders. The "umbrella" twitched up and down; when it went
down, the apparatus took off and when the umbrella moved up, the aircraft went back to
the ground. The umbrella plane was tested by inventor Chance Vought in America in
1911. This very flying device was the ancestor of "flying saucers". The first flying saucers
used the same scheme but on a higher technological level. The very form of the first flying
saucers is flat from below, prominent and streamline on the top; which means that it was
very important for these objects to be oriented with its flat surface down and with a higher
head resistance. This fact alone is enough to understand that such discs rest upon the air.

As Zhukovsky, the founder of Russian aircraft construction, once said, there is someplce
to rest on everywhere in the air. The umbrella plane from the old newsreel is certainly very
funny, but do you think that practical Americans spent money on construction of the craft
just for fun? Certainly not.

The principle of flight based on formation of compression under a vibrating surface is not
worse than that used in traditional planes, where the lift (the difference of pressures)
arises at the expense of asymmetrical streamline of a wing's form in the oncoming air. In
1911, there were no technologies to use the principle of flight it's maximum.

During WWII German aviation engineers employed this principle. But they managed to
create only models of one meter long; however, those "UFOs" scared American and
English pilots very much when glowing balls appeared right before their bombers.

At the end of the 1940s, the first flying saucers resembling telephone dynamic speakers
appeared: their huge membranes vibrated at a supersonic speed, and a streamline top
part consisting of two spherical segments guaranteed the difference of the drag from
above and below. A thin metal membrane was set to vibrate with a system of impulse
electromagnets (later Russian engineers employed this technology in electropulse de-
icers, on the wings of Il-86 planes for example).

What is the essence of the aerodynamic effect?

As long as a flying saucer doesn't push out anything like rockets do, there will be no lift.
This something can be a ring whirl-vortex of air, as it doesn't draw the disc back. The disc
must rest on the vortex just for a couple of microseconds because another vortex is
formed within this period. Air rejection gives rise to reactive force, and the disc takes off,
and a vortex that appears under the disc prevents the disc from dropping down until
another vortex is formed. The time between these vortexes is insignificant. The vortexes
draw in much air as they revolve, consequently, a saucer can give it a bigger impulse
within the period when a vortex is being formed, and the disc then moves higher.

However, the first flying saucers had many defects. First of all, the push surface couldn't
resist and broke, causing catastrophies. It was this "elastic foil" that US Air Force Captain
Jesse Marcell found on a farmer's field; this case gave rise to the sensation about the
Roswell incident in July 1947. Secondly, the disc was unsteady and it fell sideways as it
slipped off the vortexes. Thirdly, flying saucers with impulse electromagnets were heavy,
with high power inputs and couldn't cover long distances (as one source told me, the
American military had to deliver their flying saucers to the Soviet shores on submarines).
Certainly, this kind of aircraft was improved, but another generation of apparatuses
appeared by that time; their airframes were not shaken with electromagnetic fields. It was
made of piezoceramics and vibration appeared as a result of the piezoelectric effect.
Apparatuses of this generation were no longer in a disc shape, they were balls, ellipses
and other volumetric figures surrounded with a halo of ionized gas.

Finally, the third generation of flying discs consists of dark objects in which only small
zones, vortex activators, are glowing. The light goes downwards when the disc takes off,
to the side when it is to move sideways or the light shines in the form of a pointed bracket
when manuevering. The zone of vortex activation appears in any part of the airframe
covered with cells and contacts. Uneven cells are joined together (this is the base), and
voltage is sent to the other cells through a regulating switchboard. The airframe is
monolithic and doesn't vibrate, but the adjoining air is artificially ionized, and current
impulses that slip by at a megahertz frequency make it expand. The principle of thermal
sources of sound is known rather well, but it wasn't effectively used in other scientific
fields.

Now I would like to mention "the mysterious material ray" that flying saucers emit.
Ufologists say that with the help of this ray extraterrestrials take people on board their
aircraft. The situation is more simple in fact. Molecules are centrifuged and separated in
the vortex whirl zone, moisture is frozen out of the air in the cooled area and as a result
small crystals form. The light emitted by the activation zone is shining on the crystals.
Thus, a UFO 50 meters high described in the article in Komsomolskaya Pravda of
February 11 is not an object itself, but the area consisting of vortexes that is illuminated.
The glowing zone stops where the lowest vortex loses energy as it expands and ceases to
freeze moisture crystals out of the air.

When the Soviet borders grew weaker as a result of perestroika, American spy UFOs
flooded the sky over Russia. Unfortunately, they were not only collecting information. In
December 1989, policemen in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk saw that several dark flying
discs were trying to experiment on electric mains going to the Krasnoyarsk aluminum
plant. However, we should also feel for Americans as they have been fooled with
extraterrestrial fairy tales all this time, and the misinformation was spread intentionally. I
tried to demonstrate how it is done using the examples from the book "UFO FBI
CONNECTION. The Secret History of the Government`s Cover-Up" by Bruce Maccabee,
Ph.D. however, when a part of my book was published in English, the author emailed to
me to express his disagreement.

So, the childish fantasy about extraterrestrial beings is currently being turned into a real
spy novel. I would like to add that the disclosures I've made were not inspired and
   financed by the FSB; they are the result of my private, years-long research. I used my
   personal finances to conduct the research.

   It is certainly very sad to give up the myth of extraterrestrials. But it's time to grow up and
   say good-bye to fairy tales. I am not saying so as a confirmed sceptic rationalist, simply as
   a grown up.

   Be sure, dear readers, there are more interesting things in the world than extraterrestrial
   beings. The immortality of the soul and its post mortem fate for example. And those who
   have been spreading lies in the information sphere and fooling humanity for 55 years
   already must remember this.

   http://www.redstar.ru/2007/05/23_05/4_03.html.
   http://orel3.rsl.ru/nettext/22.04.08/ufo.pdf
   http://www.navy.ru/history/interesting/poluyan.htm
www.storytribe.com/ufo/?p=7
www.ufoevidence.org/documents/doc446.htm
www.ufonews.in/supporting_pages_2/support_16.htm
www.edifyingspectacle.org/archives/gullibility/ufos_bogus_science/kgb_unveils_ufo_secrets.php
www.ufoevidence.org/topics/Russia.htm




   The Circles On the Fields Are Made By Transnational
   Corporations

   An unusual scientific interpretation from Pravda.ru’s scientific
   observer from Krasnoyarsk.
    Mysterious circles and patterns which appear periodically on the wheat fields of Great
   Britain and other European countries are probably not the signs of aliens, but cunning
   provocations of some found closer to home, who use some sophisticated technology to
   create them. This is the opinion of Pavel Poluyan, our researcher in Krasnoyarsk. His
   latest article “The Mystery of the Sacral Half Moon” provoked great interest among the
   readers. Today, Pavel Poluyan tells our correspondent Irina Petrenko about his theory.

   Poluyan: Since ancient times, mysterious circles have appeared on the fields; no different
   from what can be found in a Russian fairy-tale: ”Someone started to walk in the field and
   move the wheat”. This event is the consequence of a little known natural process
   connected with the level of atmospheric electricity – something like voiceless lightning,
   spark-over of a condenser, where one of the plates is the flat surface of the field, filled with
   thin spikes. The process of the event is quite simple: if the soil in the form of a circle or
   some pattern is suddenly heated up to 100 degrees centigrade, the liquid in the root stems
   begin to boil, vessels of the plants burst, the heated air rises and the cold air at the same
   time comes from the side – the result is that the wheat appears to be flatten in the soil.
Corr.: Who would do this?
Poluyan: It is a natural process and harmless, but mysterious circles do appear. However,
after the process was investigated, someone decided to use process for a specific
purpose. It is clear that modern technologies can duplicate this natural phenomenon
without difficulties. Since the early 1980s some formations have begun to appear, they
were different from a simple circle as they had some patterns, geometrical figures, which
signified that it was the product of someone’s evil mind.

The technology is, of course, sophisticated. It is necessary to understand microwave
technology. That is not that difficult as can seem. On every TV screen, electron ray draws
far more complicated figures per microsecond. If, according to the rules of projective
geometry, we transform the pattern in the necessary foreshortening, it is possible to draw
from quite a little slope. The figure will be just like it was projected from that height. If you
read the press of the 80s, you can find stories about strange experiments – the attempts
to raise the productivity of the cereals with the help of a laser. At the end of 80s, I worked
for the company which did it: with the references to the foreign press the directors of the
collective farms were offered to light the wheat fields with the laser, the trustful peasants
had to pay big money for it. I understood that agrotechnics was just a “trustworthy” legend,
behind which the new technology, which is being spoken about now, was proof.




Corr.: Why does someone feel the need to puzzle all of humanity?
Poluyan: At first, I thought that they wanted to thrust some new sect on the people,
“tablets” were written, the only thing that was left to do was to advertise the prophet. But
the events of the recent years led us to consider a more pragmatic interpretation. The
press informed (e.g.: “Sovershenno Secretno” - newspaper “Top Secret” - #12, 2002) that
in August 2001 on the wheat field next to the observatory in Chill Bolton (Great Britain,
Hampshire) the image of a human face appeared and in a distance – some message with
the images of the planets of the solar system and a strange human-like creature. And, in
August 2002, also in Hampshire, but in the different field, a new image appeared – a face
of a “typical” alien like the kinds found in books on UFOs. Near the image, the stems of
the wheat lay in such a manner that a spiral-like path appeared where the untouched parts
of the field took turns with the hollows. That standard computer code was decoded and
the message was got: “there will be much pain, but there is still some time”…
My acquaintances, specialists in advertising and PR laughed a lot, as that image
reminded them of a picture from a magazine, with the difference that instead of a top-
model there was an ugly human-like creature, instead of the advertised goods was “a
mysterious disk”. Those “messages” have to be found some cunning prankster, not the
product of an alien’s super mind product. Secret PR employees are trying to inspire
people with a fairy-tale of other planets’ origin.




Corr.: But why?
Poluyan: Just imagine that in August 2003 some corporation will claim to have been
contacted by aliens. It will be announced that they can communicate with them, and the
new images on the fields will prove it. Such a corporation will financially benefit as the
exchange rate of its shares will increased instantly and start a panic on the stock
exchange, which will appear just as “the trustworthy knowledge of alien mind” comes out.
That kind of profit will cover all outlays for many years to come. Such speculations always
take place: not long ago an advertising campaign about cloning took place. Pay attention,
it is some mysterious sect that acts on the stage and has its business in this sphere. Do
you remember the anxiety created about killing of cows, believed to be “handicapped” by
aliens? Nobody analyzed the financial situation at that time, connected with insurance
compensation. Or, for example, the sensation about the meteorite ”flown from the Mars”,
on which there were the signs of microorganisms. One can think that meteorites, like
parcels, fly from one planet to the other, “marked with the back address”.



Corr.: But your speculations are too unbelievable to be believed…
Poluyan: At first, it is not necessary that everyone has to believe in it for a long time. For
fluctuations in the exchange rate for two or three days of “the world sensation” will be
enough. The rate of shares of all high technology companies will drop – if there is more
developed space civilization, why to worry? Second, the impressive show can be
organized. Some disk-like devices (“UFO”), for example, can fly. Many specialists know
that disk-like flying devices really exist – they fly without any gravitation, using unusual
aerodynamic effects. We have, for example, a flying vessel “EKIP” of Saratovski Avia
Concern. In the newspapers it was told that Moscow government was going to buy several
such vessels to use them within the city for transportation purposes. Thus the fairy-tale
about aliens can be inspired with the trustful public very easily.

And finally, I suspect that this has a global intent: creating a lasting effect of aliens being
present, and from their name thrusting one’s will on people. The matter is that many
images on the fields look like illustrations reflecting ideas from physics. I mean non-
commutative geometries, fractals, and the so-called quaternion versions of non-classic
physics. In the other words, it will be possible to create an impression that alien’s mind
gives us new scientific technology. Then, not only will the public, but also scientific experts
believe in aliens.

Corr.: All this is so unbelievable…
Poluyan: Why? Our so-called New Russians don’t know what to do with the money they
have: they buy elephants, install golden lavatory pans in the toilets. And western
billionaires have their own eccentricities. Just imagine how pleasant it is to know that you
are the most cunning person who managed to show off among the humanity!

Interviewed by Irina Petrenko

www.english.pravda.ru/science/19/94/378/10265_ufopoluyan.html

								
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