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Ten papers dealing with three subjects: the UFO problem, the enigma of the Great Tunguska explosion, and the problem of paleovisits – ancient ET visits to the Earth. It seems as if mainstream science deliberately pushes them out, carefully forming a gap between itself and “uncomfortable” questions to which scientists have no definite answers. In this way another sphere of human thought is however enriched, namely anomalistics...


Science and Anomalous Phenomena, by Vladimir Rubtsov

A Thousand Years of Russian UFOs, by Mikhail Gershtein

History of State-Directed UFO Research in the USSR, by Yuly Platov and Boris Sokolov

The Petrozavodsk Phenomenon, by Lev Gindilis and Yury Kolpakov

UFO Landings on the River Mzha, by Pyotr Kozub, Pyotr Kutniuk, Vladimir Mantulin, and Vladimir Rubtsov

The Russian Roswell: a Legend Under Examination, by Yury Morozov

On the Development of the Idea of Paleocontacts in the USSR at the Beginning of the 1960s, by Matest Agrest

The Mystery of the Black Ball, by Valentin Fomenko

Tracking the Alien Astroengineers, by Vladimir Rubtsov

The Cosmic Sword, by Nikolay Vasilyev

The Geomagnetic Effect of the Tunguska Explosion and the Technogeneous Hypothesis of the TSB Origin, by Victor Zhuravlev

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