A stunning new report issued by the Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD) on the mysterious “holes” recently discovered in two Siberian regions states that President Putin “administratively informed” both the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI) and Institute of the Earth Cryosphere (IEC) that all information relating to this phenomenon is now classified as “Of Special Importance” due to its relation to what could “potentially be a national threat”.
“Of Special Importance” is the highest security classification level and refers to information which, if released, would cause damage to the entire Russian Federation. All relative data falling under this classification must, also, first be submitted to the Federal Security Services (FSB) highly secretive Scientific and Technical Services unit formed under Article 11 provisions prior to any of it being released to other state organs.
Of the phenomenon itself being investigated by the AARI and IEC compelling this order from Putin, this report says, are three massive holes of “uncertain/unknown” origin recently discovered in the above the Artic Circle regions of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug on the Yamal Peninsula, and on the Taymyr Peninsula located in the Siberian Federal District.
According to AARI/IEC data relating to these “nearly exact” holes, this MoD report continues, their surface opening measurements have been described as being: 80 meters (260 feet), 14 meters (45 feet) and 4 meters (13 feet) with varying depths “yet to be determined” due to their being partially filled with water thawed from the permafrost all of them were discovered in.
Further initial examination on one of these holes by Doctor-Scientist Marina Leibman of the IEC, this report says, revealed it to be of “recent origin” with her also stating her belief it was caused by a buildup and release of methane gas.
Subsequent reports, however, from both the AAIR and IEC reveal these holes to have possibly contained “unknown atmospheric objects” with MoD experts likening them to “hardened” missile silos due to their cylindrical shape and their apparently being drilled well into, and below, the permafrost layer.
Even more “puzzling” about these holes, MoD experts in this report say, was not the outward ejection of material from them, but there not existing anywhere near these three “blast craters” the amount of ejected material one could expect should an internal methane explosion have occurred.
For example, this report continues, with the (approximate/classified) silo dimensions of a R-36 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) having a depth of 46 meters (150 feet) and a diameter of 12 meters (40 feet), the volume of material ejected would equal 57,455 cubic meters (188,496 cubic feet), an amount of ejected material not found even close to this number near any of the three holes examined.
What is more likely involved with these three holes, this report speculates, and based upon the “observed and examined” ejected material, was that each of these three holes contained “atmospheric objects” of “unknown/uncertain” origin which by their absence one can conclude they were “activated” and then launched.
To what could have “triggered/activated” these “atmospheric objects” into launching, this report continues, are the unprecedented magnetic fluctuations now occurring over the Siberian region which the European Space Agency (ESA) at a conference in Copenhagen in June warned about by stating that the Earth’s north magnetic pole is drifting south toward this area at an accelerating rate.
According to this recent ESA data, which showed that the dynamic magnetic field that protects the planet from radiation has weakened, measurements taken last year by Swarm satellites also confirmed that Earth’s magnetic field is weakening, with dramatic especially dramatic declines over the Western Hemisphere.
With the last magnetic pole reversal for Earth occurring over 780,000 years ago, but with knowing too that over the course of the last 20 million years the pattern of pole reversals has been at a steady 200,000-300,000 years, this MoD report concludes, it cannot be ruled out that these mysterious “atmospheric objects” recently ejected from Siberia may be some type of early warning system of a catastrophic event about to occur.
And based upon today’s order by Putin now classifying all of the data from these mysterious holes as being of the utmost importance to the Federation, one should certainly take heed as more evidence piles up that our Earth may be in more trouble than many realize.