From Arthur Neumann
Figure 1 -
Example of micro-artifact found in the Urals
- Mr. Hausdorf has a
travel company which enables him to travel extensively, often to places
not normally accessible to foreigners. Recently he was in a remote part
of China where there are a large number of pyramids. His book THE
CHINESE ROSWELL is to be published by New Paradigm Books, Boca Raton, FL
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- The discovery, about
a year ago, of possibly-extraterrestrial nano-artefacts from the upper
Pleistocene in the Ural mountains, led to violent arguments. Are these
really remnants of some unearthly technology, or merely industrial waste
from our own times? The present report, by the Central Scientific
Research Institute for Geology and Prospecting for Precious and
Non-Ferrous Metals (ZNIGRI) in Moscow, which has now been translated
into German, emphasizes the possibility of an extraterrestrial origin.
- In my book WENN
GOETTER GOTT SPIELEN (When Gods play God) as also in Ancient
Skies I reported an
unbelievable find of numerous metallic artifacts in Russia. I was told
from several quarters that such objects simply couldn't exist, and that
I had been carried away by my imagination. But now, new visual material,
and a translation of a laboratory report from Moscow by a sworn
translator, support my conclusion that we are here dealing with possible
technical artifacts of extraterrestrial origin.
- Let's recapitulate:
since 1991, more and more mostly spiral-shaped objects have been found,
on the banks of the rivers Narada, Kozim, and Balbanyu in the eastern
Ural mountains. They are composed principally of tungsten, molybdenum,
- It was extremely fortunate that these discoveries were made in the
course of official exploration. The expeditions were mounted with a view
to exploiting precious and non-ferrous metals in this regions, and
geological and mineralogical analyses were carried out. The work was
under the auspices of the Central Scientific Research Institute for
Geology and Prospecting for Precious and Non-Ferrous Metals (ZNIGRI) in
Moscow, which comes under the Committee of the Russian Federation for
Geology and Exploitation of Mineral Resources.
- As I was told by Dr.
Valerii Ouvarov (St. Petersburg), further analyses of the mysterious
spirals were carried out by the out-stations of the Russian Academy of
Sciences in St. Petersburg and in Syktyvar (former capital of the Komi
ASSR), and also at an independent institute in Helsinki.
- I have before me the
Expertise No. 18/485 of 29th November 1996, by the aforementioned
Institute (ZNIGRI)... the original Russian
text of which I reproduced in my book WENN GOETTER GOTT SPIELEN. Due to
the short time before the book went to press, a correct and complete
translation was not possible.
- The author of the
Expertise is Scientific Assistant Mme. Dr. E. W. Matveyeva, of the
Section for Geology, Prospecting Techniques, and Economics of Precious
Metal Alluvial Deposits. She reports first on the development of the
discovery site, then the testing procedures used for the analysis of the
thread-shaped tungsten spirals in the alluvial deposits of the Balbanyu
river. The exact location of the site is given by ZNIGRI as follows: it
is a development in the alluvial deposits of the third flood-terrace on
the (looking downstream) left bank of the river Balbanyu, oriented along
borehole line no. 106. Loose sediments are found in this development,
which are represented as follows, working upwards from the oldest to the
- 1. A structured
weathering-crust (alternating chalk and carbon-containing slate with gray-blue
and brown-yellow banding: visible thickness 0.5 - 1.0 meters.)
- 2. Included lenticles
(Einschlusslinsen) of 0 to 0.2 meters of weakly-sorted sand, gravel,
clay, and fine detrital material, which can be designated as erosion
products of stratum 1. described above.
- 3. Deposits of gray
gravel and detrital material of various grain sizes with well washed-out
sands and a visible thickness of 1 to 1.7 meters, which could be
investigated for possible gold content. 4 Gravel-containing sand and
clay deposits, gray-colored, with a visible thickness of 2.0 meters. In
the upper region of this sediment can be seen evidence of disturbance by
- As regards the age of
the strata which contain the tungsten and molybdenum artifacts, Dr
Matveyeva states as follows: The layer which contains the spiral-shaped
objects is characterized as gravel and detritus deposits of No. 3
stratum, which in our view, show inner-sedimentary erosion of
polygenetic accumulative layers (i.e. layers composed of material of
various origins). From their orientation these layers can be dated to
100,000 years and correspond to the lying parts (i.e. the lower regions)
of the Mikulinsk horizon of the upper Pleistocene.
- In the geological
time-scale, the Pleistocene is that part of the Quaternary, the latest
geological epoch, which began about 2 million years ago and ended around
10,000 years ago. After that followed the Holocene, in which we are at
- The report continues
by describing the tests carried out, which include the use of an electron
microscope type JSM T-330 made by the Japanese firm Jeol. This also
yielded data of various spectroscopic analyses
- Figure 2 -
Micro-artifact found in the Urals Click
- Particular attention
should be paid to the final conclusion reached by the Moscow institute.
Report No. 18/485 states that the age of the deposits and the results of
the tests give a very low probability to the assumption that the origin
of these unusual, thread-shaped tungsten crystals is of a technogenic
cosmic nature, due to the rocket take-off route from the Plesetsk
space-station over the polar part of the Ural region.
- In plain language:
these objects cannot have originated from earlier test rockets or
similar fired from Plesetsk. The key word of the report comes finally to
the point: The data obtained allow the possibility of an
- In view of these
conclusions, critics will find it very difficult to accuse me of
pseudo-documentationor embarrassing behavior. On the contrary: I will
try to obtain further investigation reports from the independent Finnish
research institute, on which greater value might be placed.
- My hypothesis is that
these artifacts are so-called nano-technology, which I can sustain with
reference to a recent publication.
- Researchers all over
the world are working on miniature pistons, gear wheels, switches, and
other control elements, to be used in nano-robots. These workers will
soon be in a position to achieve results which hitherto have been the
province of science fiction.
- Surely the last word
has not yet been said about the sensational finds in the Ural mountains!
- Literature and
- 1. Hausdorf H. Wenn
Goetter Gott spielen Muenchen 1997
2. Hausdorf H. Sensationeller Fund in Russland Ancient Skies,
- 3. Matveyeva, E.W.
Conclusions on the finds of
thread-shaped tungsten spirals in the alluvial deposits of
Balbanyu river. ZNIGRI Analysis 18/485 of 29 Nov.
- 4. In this connection
I must thank the Aldea Translation
Bureau in Cologne for good co-operation and much help in
the translation from the Russian.
- 5. I would be glad to
send interested readers a copy of the
complete ZNIGRI report for the cost and postage, also
6. Nanotechnologie Faktor X, 5/1997