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Translation by George Sassoon
Lochbuie, Isle of Mull, PA62 6AA, Scotland
and 2 Campbell Place, Sutton Veny, Wilts BA12 7SA
tels. 01680-814261 and 01985-840205
From: Ancient Skies, German Edition 2/19/97,
CH-3803 Beatenburg, Switzerland


By Hartwig Hausdorf
Frank-Caro-Str. 94a, D – 84518, Garching-a.d.Alz, Germany

The question as to whether or not we have received visitors from space can probably only be answered with certainty if and when we find indisputable evidence for such a visit here on Earth. Such a proof could consist of the discovery of artifacts whose exact age can be determined, and whose external and internal structure can be regarded as “time-anomalous”. In recent years numerous micro-objects have been found in the Urals, which appear to fulfill these requirements. This is the first published report of the discovery.

For many years now, researchers in our field have been suggesting that
artifacts left by extraterrestrial visitors might be found in geological
deposits. Much evidence has been found, principally by Dr. Johannes Fiebag (1, 2), from apparently paradoxical events in the Earth’s history, that genetic manipulation experiments have been carried out over hundreds of millions of years by extraterrestrial, which culminated in the creation of us humans.

Unfortunately for us, any discovery of possibly technical artifacts from
ancient times would seem to be very unlikely. For the geological events of
only the last million years are documented today in a mere few centimeters of sedimentary strata. Even as regards very recent events – I am thinking of the end of the Second World War – we aware of how quickly technical objects can disappear. Weapons, ammunition, and even large finds are already almost completely rusted away and disintegrating.

In view of this, the finds made recently in Russia are all the more
astonishing. In the years 1991-1993, gold prospectors on the small river
Narada, on the eastern side of the Ural mountains, have found unusual,
mostly spiral-shaped objects. The size of these things ranges from a
maximum of 3 cm (1.2 in.) down to an incredible 0.003 mm, about 1/10,000th of an inch! To date, these inexplicable artifacts have been found in their thousands at various sites near the rivers Narada, Kozhim, and Balbanyu, and also by two smaller streams named Vtvisty and Lapkhevozh, mostly at depths between 3 and 12 meters (10 and 40 ft.)

The spiral-form objects are composed of various metals: the larger ones are of copper, while the small and very small ones are of the rare metals
tungsten and molybdenum. Tungsten has a high atomic weight, and is also
very dense, with a melting point of 3410 deg. C (6100 deg. F). It is used
principally for the hardening of special steels, and in unalloyed form for
the filaments of light bulbs. Molybdenum also has a high density, and a
respectable melting point of 2650 deg. C (4740 deg. F). This metal too is
used for hardening steels and giving them corrosion-resistant properties,
these being used principally for highly-stressed weapon parts and vehicle

At the present time, these more-than-mysterious objects are being
investigated by the Russian Academy of Sciences in Syktyvka (capital city of the former Soviet Republic of Komi), Moscow, St. Petersburg, and also a scientific institute in Helsinki, Finland. Exact measurements of these often microscopically-small objects have shown that the dimensions of the spirals are in the so-called Golden Mean ratio. Since ancient classical times this fraction has been the “iron rule” in architecture and geometry. Its usefulness is in the fact that if a certain length is divided into two using this ratio, the ratio of the original length to the larger piece is
the same as that of the larger piece to the smaller piece.

Quite apart from such subtleties, these objects are obviously the product
of an inexplicable and highly advanced technology; they bear remarkable
resemblances to control elements used in micro-miniature devices in our
very latest technology, so-called nanomachines. This technology is still in
its infancy with us, but already engineers are thinking of applications
which are pure science-fiction. Among other things, they envisage
constructing micro-probes for use in medicine which can be implanted, such as for carrying out operations inside blood vessels which are not possible with present surgical techniques.

What was the purpose of this object, illustrated here in 100x and again in
500x magnification? (Figs 2, 3). Fig. 1 shows another object in its
entirety over a scale-bar 200 microns wide (8/1000ths inch)! All tests
carried out to date give an age for the objects of between 20,000 and
318,000 years, depending on the depth and the situation of the site. (3, 4)
But even if it was only a mere 2,000 or 20,000 years, we are faced with the inevitable question: who, of all the people in the world, was at that time capable of creating such superfine micro-filigree objects, something which our own technology is only now just beginning to achieve?



1. FIEBAG J., Das Raetsel der Ediacara-Fauna (The puzzle of the Ediacara Fauna) in:   Daeniken E.v. (Ed.) Kosmische Spuren, Munich, 1988.
2. FIEBAG J., Das Genesis-Projekt, in: Dopatka, U. (Ed.) Sind wir allein? (Are we alone?), Duesseldorf 1996
3. HAUSDORF H. Wenn Goetter Gott spielen (When Gods play God), Munich, 1997
4. OUVAROV V. Personal letter to H. Hausdorf of 2 October 1996.

Dr. Johannes Fiebag can be reached at:
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