Complete text and all illustrations for monograph [5/3e] by Dr Jan Pajak,
"The New Zealand Explosion of 1178 AD, which tilted the Earth"
(1992, ISBN 0-9597946-7-0)
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English version of [5/3]:
Part A: Text of the English language version of
monograph [5/3e] after compression to (*.zip), from the WORD's XP source format.
The full version of English monograph [5/3e] fits
into a single volume. Here is this volume:
[5/3] in ZIP from WORD XP. (It contains the entire text of English [5/3].)
Part B: Text of English version of monograph [5/3e] in WORD's (*.doc) format.
Note that WORD formatted text takes twice as much space as that in (*zip), although later it is much simpler in use. Because in order to fit onto Web servers, subsequent valumes with *.doc format must be split into two parts and altered, these volumes are not as frequently modified as the complete volumes in the (*.zip) format provided above.
[5/3] in the WORD XP (*.doc) format
Polish version of [5/4]:
Part C: WORD XP tekst polskojezycznej wersji monografii [5/4p]
"Eksplozja UFO w Tapanui 1178 AD, ktora przemiescila kontynenty" (Copyright 1998,
ISBN 0-9583380-6-X), po jej skompresowaniu do formatu *.ZIP.
Skompresowana wersja polskojezycznej monografii [5/4p]
sklada sie z szeregu rozdzialow/plikow, kazdy ladowany odrebnie. Oto one:
Spis treЬci i spis rysunkуw monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial A w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial B w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial C w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial D w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial E w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial F w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial G w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial H w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial I w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial J w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial K w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial L w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Rozdzial Z w monografii [5/4], ZIP
Part D: Text of Polish language version of monograph [5/4p]
after compression to (*.zip) size from the source format of Word Perfect 5.1.
Those readers who known the Polish language,
or just wish to learn Polish, probably would be pleased to learn that there is a
Polish version of the complete monograph [5/4p] (as *.zip files). But note that it
requires the "Word Perfect" word-processor (release 5.1 or higher)
for reading Polish characters. (Text and illustrations in the Polish version
of monograph [5/4] are more advaced, although quite similar as text and illustrations
in the English version [5/3].)
Here are subsequent volumes of the Polish version of [5/4p]:
Chapter A in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter B in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter C in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter D in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter E in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter F in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter G in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter H in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter I in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter J in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter K in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter L in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Chapter Z in monograph [5/4], ZIP
Part C: Ilustrations for both versions of monograph [5/4] (i.e. for English and Polish), in formats *.gif or *.jpg.
[5/3e] Figure 1: A distant photograph of the Tapanui Crater where a UFO exploded in 1178 AD. Note that this crater is around 1 km in diameter, while the tree visible at the top is a fully grown pine.
[5/3e] Figure 2: An eastern section of the Tapanui Crater where UFOs exploded in 1178 AD.
[5/3e] Figure 3: Two aerial photographs of the Tapanui Crater. They allow a stereoscopic (3D) view of the area - if one uses stereoscopic glasses. (Notice two elliptical images oif the crater, located around Z=40% from the bottom, and X=50% plus X=90% from the left of screen.)
[5/3e] Figure 4 (high): The inner topography of the Tapanui Crater. (Overhead sketch.)
[5/3e] Figure 4 (low): Vertical cross section of the crater's topography.
[5/3e] Figure 5: Three basic types of crater-producing explosions.(a) underground, (b) on-ground, (c) aerial.
[5/3e] Figure 6 (a): Parabolic-bowl craters from uderground explosions. Diabolo Crater in Arisona, USA, side view.
[5/3e] Figure 6 (b): Diabolo Crater in Arisona, top view.
[5/3e] Figure 6 (c): Axial cross-section of Diabolo Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 6 (d): Schooner Crater, USA, formed by a nuclear explosion.
[5/3e] Figure 6 (e): Vertical cross-section of the Schooner Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 7 (a): Complex crater structures from on-ground explosions. TNT detonation - Snowball Crater in Canada.
[5/3e] Figure 7 (b): Steinheim Crater (Comet impact) in Germany.
[5/3e] Figure 7 (c): LANDSAT photo of the Manicouagan Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 7 (d): Vertical cross-section of Manicouagan Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 8: Similarities between Tunguska and Tapanui UFO explosion sites.
[5/3e] Figure 9: Damage caused by the Tapanuii explosion in the South Island of New Zealand.
[5/3e] Figure 10: The area of the South Island of New Zealand which was covered by indigenous forest in 1840 (white area = no forest!). It indicates that the Tapanui explosion burned out permanently almost the entire centre of the South Island, disallowing forest to regerminate.
[5/3e] Figure 11 (a): Remains of trees fallen down during the Tapanui explosion. Totara around 200 metres from the Tapanui Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 11 (b): Unearthed ancient trees at the outlet from Mataura river.
[5/3e] Figure 11 (c): Myself (Dr Jan Pajak) by a totara tree at Black Gully Creek.
[5/3e] Figure 11 (d): Trees sticking out from Black Gully Creek.
[5/3e] Figure 12 (high): Photographs of a tornado by Mrs Diane Chittock. This tornado develops the funnel right above the Tapanui Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 12 (low): Fully developed tornado drifts away from the crater.
[5/3e] Figure 13: A map which shows defficiencies of micro-elements in soil of New Zealand. The concentration of this defficiences is around the Tapanui Crater.
[5/3e] Figure 14: Near-surface gold deposits in the South Island of New Zealand. They indicate that this gold have connection with the Tapanui explosion.
[5/3e] Figure 15 (a): Me (Dr Jan Pajak) near a huge "China Stone" by the Tapanui Crater. This stone still has smoke melted into its surface.
[5/3e] Figure 15 (b): A china stone that formed a small crater by Black Gully Creek.
[5/3e] Figure 15 (c): A "China Stone" from Coal Creek near Roxurgh. For some reason this weighting a few tonnes stone was lifter up into the air by a UFO vehicle and deposited near its original position (see imprint from this stone in the grass located in front of it). The UFO left a ring of scorched grass surrounding this stone, which can be seen to the left - this ring is similar to ones shown in Figure 31 B.
[5/3e] Figure 15 (d): Famous China stone from Roxburgh square. A is famous because when it was found a whole pocket of gold was covering its surface.
[5/3e] Figure 16: A magnetised metallic piece from Tapanui Crater. Research shown that it contains iron and grains of pure aluminium, mixed with sand and melted. But aluminium does not appear in a pure form in nature!
[5/3e] Figure 17: Moon over Tapanui and Canterbury.
[5/3e] Figure 18: The periodic Table for the propulsion systems.
[5/3e] Figure 19 (A): Cut-away view of K3 type Magnocraft and UFO, which shows the design and main features of this vehicle.
[5/3e] Figure 19 (B): A side view of a Magnocraft and UFO K3 type.
[5/3e] Figure 19 (C): The twin-chamber capsule used as the propulsion system for the Magnocraft and UFOs.
[5/3e] Figure 20-#1: Flying complexes (cigar shaped)of UFOs and Magnocraft.
[5/3e] Figure 20-#2: Semi-attached configuration.
[5/3e] Figure 20-#3: Detached configuration.
[5/3e] Figure 20-#4: A carrier platform (a mother ship).
[5/3e] Figure 20-#5: A flying system of UFOs and Magnocraft.
[5/3e] Figure 20-#6: A flying cluster of several UFOs and Magnocraft.
[5/3e] Figure 21 (a): A "stacked cigar-shaped flying complex" composed of six Magnocraft/UFOs type K6. A side view of the entire complex.
[5/3e] Figure 21 (b): Axial cross section showing the location of magnetic propulsors.
[5/3e] Figure 22: The explanation for the magnetic lens effect in ascending Magnocraft/UFOs. It explains why only the outlet from main "twin-chamber capsule" is visible as shown in Figure 23.
[5/3e] Figure 23 (ab): Photographs of UFO "twin-chamber capsules". Appearences of such capsules in two different modes of operation.
[5/3e] Figure 23 (c): Colour photograph of a UFO capsule during daylight (inner flux prevailence).
[5/3e] Figure 23 (d): Night photograph of a UFO capsule (outer flux prevailence).
[5/3e] Figure 24: Comparison of Magnocraft type K3 and a UFO type K3. A photograph of a UFO type K3.
[5/3e] Figure 24 (framed): A drawing of Magnocraft type K3 in the sdame position as that UFO.
[5/3e] Figure 25 (ab): Spherical flying complex of two UFOs type K6. Shown are side appearences of such a spherical flying complex, but composed of two Magnocraft type K3.
[5/3e] Figure 25 (c): Photograph of Thorns spherical UFO type K6.
[5/3e] Figure 25 (d): Enlargement of UFOs from Thorns photo.
[5/3e] Figure 25 (e): Shape of Thorns UFO in GICOFF reconstruction.
[5/3e] Figure 26 (A): The location of propulsors in UFOs and Magnocraft. Magnocraft type K3 propulsors shown from below.
[5/3e] Figure 26 (B): Photo of a UFO type K3 from below, that reveals the location of vehicle's magnetic propulsors.
[5/3e] Figure 27 (#1): Photographs of UFOs documenting the pulsations of their magnetic field. Principles involved in photographing of field pulses in fast moving UFOs.
[5/3e] Figure 27 (#2): Fast flying UFO from Chamberlain. Pulses in ionised air are clearly visible.
[5/3e] Figure 27 (#3): Pulsating UFO of Karl Maier taken in 1962.
[5/3e] Figure 28 (AB): Magnetic circuits and magnetic whirl in UFOs. The formation of magnetic circuits by propulsion system of Magnocraft.
[5/3e] Figure 28 (C): Side photograph of UFOs, which illustrate the course of their magnetic circuits.
[5/3e] Figure 28 (D): Fragment of UFO magnetic circuits just around the main propulsor, taken from below.
[5/3e] Figure 29-1: The Cocklebiddy Cave in Australia evaporated by UFOs.
[5/3e] Figure 29-2: The Deer Cave in Borneor evaporated in rocks by UFOs type K8.
[5/3e] Figure 29-3: The tunnel Morona-Santiago in Equador also evaporated by a UFO.
[5/3e] Figure 29-4: The illustration of pinciples of forming underground tunnels by UFOs.
[5/3e] Figure 30 (a): Landing sites flatten by flying clusters of UFOs. Crop circles from K6 type of UFOs, England. The configuration of vehicles which formed this circle is shown in Figure G17 of monograph [2e].
[5/3e] Figure 30 (b-high): Crop circle from Ashburton, New Zealand. Photo of the whole circle.
[5/3e] Figure 30 (b-low): Aerial photo of the field with this Ashburton circle.
[5/3e] Figure 30 (c): Landing of a liner clusted of UFOs from England.
[5/3e] Figure 31 (A): A photo of a UFO landing composed of two concentric rings.
[5/3e] Figure 31 (B): A UFO landing composed of one ring and a central scorching.
[5/3e] Figure 31 (C): A Double rings formed on sides of landed UFOs.
[5/3e] Figure 31 (D): A photo of landing of UFOs which document the binary progression in sizes of UFOs (i.e. the fact that each bigger type of UFOs is twice as big as previous type).
[5/3e] Figure 32: The most educational path through the Tapnui Crater. It indicates the evidence present on the site, which documents the explosive origin of this crater.
[5/3e] Dr Jan Pajak: Photograph of the author of this monograph [5/3e].
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later making our own web pages. Here is the instruction
of producing such a "source replica":
#0. Ready-made source replica?
(without advertising banners). One brief information before in items
#1 to #8 below I explain the exact procedure of preparing for yourself
a source replica of this web page. Namely, under some addresses listed
in "Menu 3", such a source replica of this web page, together with
all folders, source codes of web pages, samples of texts and illustration,
etc., but without advertising banners, already awaits in the ZIP format,
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"Menu 1" on the menu item marked
"Source replica of this page".
So try to click, because this source replica may be available here
(i.e. at this address) and it would be handy to have it in your
own computer. In turn, when such a ZIPped source replica downloads
to your computer, all what you need to do is UNZIP it onto your
hard disk. After UNZIPing, it forms a separate folder in which
you will find a folder named "a_pajak" with all source files,
subfolders and samples of text and illustration inside, ready for
the running, testing, displaying, and checking how all these work
on your own computer. All what you later need to do in your spare
time is to download to text folders remaining volumes of monograph
[1/4], while to folder 14 download the remaining illustrations,
which could not be included to the ready-made source replica
because of their volume. (Note that in case you already have on your
hard disk a folder named "c:\a_pajak" with
my other source web pages, it is enough if you transfer all files and
subfolders from this new folder "a_pajak" to the already existing one
named "c:\a_pajak".) After this brief information, let us now return
to this procedure of making (all by yourself) a source replica of this
web page. Here it is:
1. Create a folder named "a_pajak" on your
hard disk "c:". This folder is to hold this web page (and possibly also any other
my web pages). To create such a folder, run a utility program named "Windows
Explorer" or "My Computer", choose "Local Disk (C:)" for the "Address" in this
utility program, then click on "File" in the pull-down menu from this
"Windows Explorer", then click "New", finally choose the command "folder".
Type the name "a_pajak" to the new folder that you created on you hard disk.
Later you are to use this folder "a_pajak" for storing all my web pages that
you wish to keep in you own computer.
2. Create sub-folders inside of this
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of texts and illustrations displayed or accessed through this web page.
Here is the list of sub-folders that are used by this web page:
5_3e: It contains text of the English version of [5/3e].
5_4p: It contains text of the Polish version of [5/4p].
54: It contains illustrations used uniquely in monographs [5/3e] and [5/4p].
14: It contains illustrations which are also used in monograph [1/4].
flags: It contains images of flags (English and Polish) used by this web page.
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and then generate them one by one.
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it any text area of this web page (e.g. pointing right here). A small menu
should appear, which is to have the option "View Source". Click on this menu
option, and the source code of complete this web page appears in your text
editor named "Notepad". Click on the "File" pull-down menu from this "Notepad"
and choose the option "Save As...". Save the source code from your "Notepad"
using the "text_5e.htm" for the "File name" of this code, while for the
"Save in" pointing at the folder "c:\a_pajak" that you created earlier.
Notice that pages called via links from this page, should be saved
under slightly different names, namely: "tekst_5_4.htm" for the Polish version
of page this web page, "tekst_5_4_2.htm" for the illustration page 2 for Polish monograph [5/4p],
"tekst_5_4_3.htm" for the illustration page 3 for Polish monograph [5/4p].
In order to save the text of (scrollable) Menu 2, it is necessary to firstly
display it separately by clinking on the link
Only then this "menu.htm" can be saved (in a manner identical as all other
web pages described here).
4. Save illustrations. Right click
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"Save Picture As". The majority of illustrations you need to save in the
subfolder "54", the remaining ones in the subfolder "14".
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the "Windows Explorer" at it, and then pressing "Enter".) Pages linked with this
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while viewing this page, or can be displayed through clicking via the "Windows
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"tekst_5_4_3.htm", or "jan_pajak.htm".
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errors which try to make viewing my web pages quite difficult). If these banners
irritate you, you can optionally cut them out from
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comment type "banner insertion ..." which appears at the beginning and
at the end of the banners' code).
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web page, then it would be desirable to check in Internet every let say couple of
months, whether description from this web page are updated and improved. If so, then
it is worth to replace the old version of this web page with this improved version.
For this, it is enough to rename the old replica kept in your computer by adding
the word "old_" in front of it, and then copy from the internet a new version
to store it under the original name that it has.
#8. In case of any doubt regarding the making
of such a replica of this web page, it is worth to see a separate web page that is
entirely devoted to the explaination of the replication procedure of my internet
pages in your own computer. This additional web page is run from
where it is listed under the name
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