Here is the list of addresses of all
totaliztic web sites that still worked
at the date of the most recent update
of this web page. At each of these addresses
should be available all totaliztic web pages
listed in "Menu 1" or
including also their different language versions
(i.e. versions in languages:
Polish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian,
Greek or Russian.) Thus firstly select
the address which you wish to open by dragging
scroll bars in small window below, then click on
this address to run it. When opens the web
page which represents this address, then choose
from its "Manu 1" or
the web page which interests you and click on it
to view that page:
(The above list can also be displayed
from "Menu 1" by clicking
All web pages which disseminate my monographs
and treatises that use a lot of illustrations (i.e. like
this one) are prepared in two versions. The first
version offers the text of a given publication (usually
in various formats) and has all illustrations not revealed.
Thus readers who wish to see any illustration must
click on a
(green and underlined)
link to the illustration that interests them in order
to open it. The second version of these web pages
offers the text usually in only one format (i.e. in PDF),
but displays all illustrations used in this publication
at the loading stage. So readers can see all illustrations
at once, compare these with each other, select the
one which they wish to examine in details, etc.
By the end of June 2009 all monographs and
treatises which I (i.e.
Dr Jan Pająk)
authorise, were translated into a safe and
convenient PDF format (with illustrations
included into their content). They are
offered free of charge for reading by
all interested people. Thus, I recommend
to download these publications for
yourself in such safe format PDF.
After all, in PDF my publications
are "ready to print", and additionally
to the PDF format computer viruses
cannot be attached. Unfortunately,
because of the large size of documents
caused by the inclusion of illustrations
to content of these publications, NOT
every free server with web sites of
is able to accommodate these publications.
Therefore, in order to download the
selected publication in the PDF format,
you firstly need to find the server (address)
in the internet under which it is available
free of charge. In order to find it, you need
to check the availability of PDF format in
addresses listed for a given publication
(and web page) in "Menu 3" or in "Menu 4"
from the left margin of this web page.
Everything that in this text area of the web page
is marked with the
(green colour and underlined)
is actually a link to a web page that concerns the
matter named in this green colour. So if readers
wish to extend their knowledge on this matter, they
just need to click on this
(green colour and underlined)
link. (But I do NOT recommend to click already
during the first reading, because it could destroy
the reader's concentration span and interrupt the
understanding of a given matter. To these pages
that are to extend the knowledge is better to reach
ponly during the second, or even further, reading
of a given description!)
In order to download to your computer text of
any of monograph listed below, or in order to
see/download any illustration, just
on the underlined
description chosen from the list below!
All illustrations from monographs  in the PDF format,
are collected in the last chapter. Therefore, to easier
shift our attention during the reading from the text to
an illustration which is just analysed, it helps to keep
in the computer two copies of this monograph, the
first of which we open on the text that we read directly
from the screen, while the second copy we open on
the illustration which we just are analysing. Then, with
mouse, we just quickly shift (by clicking) from the
window with the text to the window with the illustration
The evidence relating to the UFO explosion near
Tapanui in New Zealand in 1178 AD, which is described
in monographs , are also described in chapters
F and O from volumes appropriately 3 and 12 of
two my other monographs, namely
Therefore these chapters F and O from monographs
[1/4] or [1/5] provide a good technical extension
for information contained in monographs .
The same UFO explosion near Tapanui is also
described briefly in a number of web pages
(on each web page being presented from a
different point of view), for
example on the web page named
which is entirely devoted to this explosion, in
"part #G" of the web page named
in item #J1 of the web page named
or in item #E5 of the web page named
used in these monographs  are also used in
monographs [1/5], [1/4] and [1e]. Thus, if here
these illustrations come out unclear, they can
also be seen in [1/5], [1/4] or [1e].
More instructions is provided in "part #I" near the
end of this web page.
of all 3 versions of monographs  in the
In May 2009 monographs  were reformatted
into the PDF ("Portable Document Format")
and all the illustrations were inserted to the
text of these publications. (Previously texts
and illustrations of these monographs were
distributed separately in internet.) Since then
the illustrated versions of monographs  in the
highly convenient and safe "Adobe PDF format"
are available in the internet free of charge.
Unfortunately, because of the large size of
computer files which hold these monographs
(around 6 MB per each monograph), these
monographs cannot fit into every totaliztic
server-address. Therefore, monographs 
can be downloaded from only some totaliztic
addresses-servers. In order to check whether
they are offered from this address, it suffices
to click on a green link below and check
whether the monograph that interests us
is going to download. If it is NOT available
from this address (server), readers should
shift to another address listed in "Menu 3"
or in "Menu 4" and seek  in there. Here
are links which may download a copy of  -
if it is available on this server:
If a PDF version of  in which you are
interested, is NOT available on this particular
address, then you still may wish to download
[5/3] in other formats, e.g. in WORD.DOC or
in WORD-PERFECT.WP5 - as listed below.
Part #B: Non-illustrated copies of
monographs  in the WORD.DOC
The non-illustrated version of [5/3e] in English, DOC format:
Part #D: Non-illustrated copies of
monographs  in the WORD-PERFECT.WP5
Note that WORD-PERFECT.WP5 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) from WP5 format provided below.
The non-illustrated version of [5/3e] in English, WP5 format:
The full version of English monograph [5/3e] fits
into a single volume. Here is this volume:
A. Legendary explosion in New Zealand
Figures A1 and A2 (photographs of the Tapanui Crater)
B. Who and why simulates UFOnauts, UFO, UFO explosions, etc.
C. The evidence that in 1178 there was a cataclysmic explosion near Tapanui
C1. Maori legends that directly refer to the Tapanui Explosion
C2. The huge Tapanui Crater
C3. Interpretation of Maori names from around the Tapanui Crater
C4. The lack of Maori organic artefacts dated before 13th century
C5. The historic lack of forests in the centre of the South Island
C6. The consistent radial order in the direction of old trees lying
around the Tapanui Crater
C7. The mass extinction of Moa birds around 1178
C8. The magnetization of the soil and rocks near the Tapanui Crater
C8.1. "Healing" field of the Tapanui Crater
C9. The magnetic stimulation of the environment around the Tapanui Crater
C10. Surface gold deposits in Otago
C11. Ceramic deposits that radiate from the Tapanui Crater
C11.2. China Stones
C12. Unusual metallic debris which resemble remains of a spaceship
C13. Intensive UFO activity around the Tapanui Crater
15 Figures (C1 to C15 - with evidence of the Tapanui explosion)
D. Evidence that the Tapanui explosion had global consequences
D1. Historic records of the Tapanui Explosion
D2. Evidence for the global climate change ("The Little Ice Age") after 1178
D3. The author's theory that the Tapanui explosion rotated the Earth's crust
D4. The hypothesis of the author that the arrival of “Middle Ages” to the Earth
was caused by the resonations of the telepathic noise in the ionosphere
D5. An appeal to readers for submissions of further evidence concerning
the global consequences of the Tapanui Explosion
1 Figure (D1 - visibility of the Moon simultaneously from Tapanui and in England)
E. Hypotheses explaining the origin of the Tapanui Crater
E1. The "landslip" official hypothesis
E2. Hypothesis on a meteorite hitting the Earth
E3. The author's hypothesis on the explosion of an extraterrestrial spaceship
F. The Magnocraft and its implications
F1. The general design and components of the Magnocraft of first generation
F2. The flight and manoeuvres of the Magnocraft of first generation
F2.1. Magnocraft landing sites
F3. The specifications of the Magnocraft of first generation
F4. Attributes of the Magnocraft explosion sites
4 Figures (F1 to F4 – Magnocraft’s design and operation)
G. Evidence certifying that Magnocraft-type vehicles (UFOs) are continually
operative in New Zealand
G1. The formal proof that "UFOs are already operational Magnocraft"
G2. Permanent evidence of UFO activity on Earth
9 Figures (G1 to G9 – evidence of UFO activities on the Earth)
H. Evidence that the explosion of a UFO formed the Tapanui Crater
H1. Reaction of the scientific community to the author's hypothesis
on a UFO exploding in New Zealand
I. Moral accentuation of the intentional exploding a time vehicle over Tapanui
J. The Tunguska explosion on 30 June 1908
J1. Parallels between explosions in Tapanui and Tunguska
K. Around 13 500 years old explosion that occurred not far from Europe
L. Still another UFO explosions (apart from Tapanui, Tunguska, and by Rhine)
M. Philosophical consequences of my research on the Tapanui explosion
M1. Reaction to my research (today's fires ignited over 815 years ago)
N. Twelve truths about truth
O. Academic aspects of this monograph
O1. History of this monograph and its influence on the author's views
O2. Subject, goal, and theses of this monograph
O3. Conventions used in writing this monograph
R. At the end of this monograph of a “freelance scientist”
T. List of publications about the Tapanui Crater paraphrasing this monograph
U. About the author
Figure (Z1 - the most educational path through the Tapanui Crater)
Part #G: Ilustrations for both versions of monographs  (i.e. for English [5/3e] and for Polish [5/4p]), in formats *.gif or *.jpg.
Notice that if you wish to see each illustration already at the loading stage,
then you need to open another version of this web page which in Menu is marked as
[5/3e] with Figures
(links to this another web page are provided in "Part #H" and "Part #K" near the end of this web page).
[5/3e] Figure 12 low (C10): Fully developed tornado drifts away from the crater.
Notice that curiosities and attributes of tornados, mechanism of formation of tornados, connections between tornados and UFOs, and also the device for a remote detection of tornados, are described on the web pages which in "Menu 2" and "Menu 4" are marked as
[5/3e] Figure 15c (C13c): 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 15d (C13d): Famous China stone from Roxburgh square. A is famous because when it was found a whole pocket of gold was covering its surface.
In order to load faster, this page does NOT display illustrations at the
stage of loading (although one can see these illustrations after clicking
onto green links to each one of them). But in "part #H" below, links are
provided to much slower loading web pages with Figures, which reveal all these
illustrations already at the stage when the page loads itself to your computer.
Part #H: Links to pages with illustrations displayed:
Displaying a lot of illustrations, like these used in monographs
, always consumes a vast amount of computer resources.
Therefore pages with a lot of illustrations
load slowly and are difficult to review. To avoid all such
drawbacks, this web page does NOT show illustrations
at the moment of opening, but the reader needs to open
each Figure separately (by clicking onto it). However,
there are also web pages which display simultaneously
all illustrations for this monograph. So the reader can see
all of them at once, and thus select the one he are interested
in or compare more than one Figures. To make these web
pages less slow and less difficult to operate, all illustrations
from this web page are shown on as many as 4 such different
web pages with already open illustrations. Here are links to
all these web pages:
Links to pages with illustrations displayed at loading (note that such
pages load and operate rather slowly, so they require patience):
The label "Figures, 1st, 2nd, 3rd" mark the web pages with illustrations opened already
at the loading of pages. They provide illustrating for all chapters and volumes of monographs
. (Note that these pages load very slowly and are quite resistant to scrolls - thus require
patience.) These web pages with already open illustrations, offer also PDF texts of .
The label "E" marks the web page with PDF text of English-language version of monograph [5/3e].
which is designed so as to load much faster because it does NOT show graphics at the loading
stage but only after the user clicks on subsequent Figures to display them.
The label "G" marks the web page with text of a German-language version of monograph [5d].
The label "P" marks the web page with text of a Polish-language version of monograph [5/4p].
The symbol "=" indicates the web page at which you are just looking (i.e. this one), while the
symbol ">" indicates pages other than this one.
Part #I: Instructions:
(1) To download any volume, just click
on the underlined name of this volume, and then save this publication in
your own computer. (2) After you finish visiting illustrations click BACK on the top-left of the
screen in order to return to this Web page. (3) Because of the strict limit imposed by this server on sizes of uploaded files,
the WORD (*.doc) version of almost each volume needed to be split into two separate files. (4) Note that in spite of the size restrictions, still some files are quite large.
Thus when lines are busy it may take several minutes to download them. (5) English text contained in the text files (*.doc and *.zip) is prepared to be
handled with the WORD wordprocessor. (6) Polish text contained in the compressed text files (*.zip) is prepared to be
handled with the "Word Perfect version 5.1" wordprocessor (which uses Polish letters).
If such files are input by the English-oriented WORD, than in place of Polish letters
underscore symbols (_) will appear. (7) In order to unzip back into the WORD format all files that are compressed into
the *.ZIP format, you need to go through a standard unzipping routine. In case you are
not familiar with it, I repeat this rountine for WINDOWS 2000.
(a) You start from downloading a given *zip file to your computer by clicking onto it
in this Web page.
Then (b) you need to open the program named WINDOWS EXPLORER that your probably have
in your computer (click: START/ PROGRAMS/ ACCESORIES/ WINDOW EXPLORER), find with this
program your *.zip file, and then right click on this *.zip file with your mouse, so
that the Menu of unzipping commands unfolds.
Then (c) you need to choose and left click with your mouse at any of the EXTRACT commands,
e.g. the EXTRACT TO command.
Then (d) You need to refresh your WINDOW EXPLORER, e.g. by temporary shifting it into
other directory and then returning back, so that the file that you just unzipped become
seen by it.
Finally (e) you need to shift inside of the directory which bears the name of the unzipped
file, and then inside of this directly double click on the unzipped *.doc file in order
to see the content of this file in WORD.
Note that there also various other unzipping programs, apart from these available with WINDOWOS,
e.g. the program named POWER ARCHIVER which you can download free of charge from
or program EnZip, also available free of charge from the web page
Part #J: How to
this web page in your own computer:
For some readers that work
on problems addressed on this web page, it would be highly
beneficial to have a replica of this web page together with
all the illustrations, texts, links, etc., in their own
computer. After all, in case of having such a replica, one
can later view this web page, or print it, directly from
his/her own computer, not from the Internet. Thus one becomes
independent from the access to Internet in each situation
when he/she wishes to have a good look at this web page or
at illustrations that this page displays. Waiting for
opening a web page is then also incomparably shorter
than waiting for opening an Internet page. It is then
also not needed to put up with all these subtle obstructions
which seem to plague my web pages almost as it these are
purposely sabotaged by "little green UFOnauts" of some sort.
So for these readers, who wish to make a "source replica"
of this web page in their own computer, below I am describing
step-by-step how to accomplish this. This description reveals
thoroughloy how to prepare the so-called "source replica" of
the web page, means a replica prepared in the programming
language called "HTML" in which this web page was originally
coded. Note that such a "source replica" is much better than
an "image replica" that almost every browser allows to make
in quite a simple way. For example it allows to gradually
complete all missing components of a given web page (e.g.
missing illustrations or text files) from other servers.
It alows to update separately each selected component of
the web page as soon as we meet in Internet their better
versions. It also allows us to learn principles of web
page programming, thus it can be for us a first step towards
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,
ready for downloading to your own computer. So all what you need to
do in order to download it to your own computer, is to click in
"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
main folder named "a_pajak". These sub-folders are to contain subsequent kinds
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 files named
de_flag.gif, es_flag.gif, fr_flag.gif, it_flag.gif, pl_flag.gif, uk_flag.gif
with images of flags used by the totaliztic web pages.
In order to create such sub-folders, again it is
enough to shift the "Windows Explorer" inside of the folder "a_pajak"
and then generate them one by one.
3. Save the source code of this web page
in your folder "a_pajak". For this, "right click" on your mouse while pointing
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
separately on each illustration from this web page, then choose the option
"Save Picture As". The majority of illustrations you need to save in the
subfolder "54", the remaining ones in the subfolder "14".
Notice that each illustration indicates at the bottom of
the screen the subfolder in which it is to be saved.
5. Run this web page in your computer.
After you save this web page, you can run it in your own computer whenever
you wish, by simple pointing at the file "text_5e.htm" (i.e. the one with
the source code of this web page) using the "Windows Explorer" for this pointing,
and then double clicking at this file. (You can also run this file by pointing
the "Windows Explorer" at it, and then pressing "Enter".) Pages linked with this
one via hyperlinks can also be displayed through clicking on these hyperlinks
while viewing this page, or can be displayed through clicking via the "Windows
Explorer" at their names, means e.g. at "tekst_5_4.htm", "tekst_5_4_2.htm",
"tekst_5_4_3.htm", or "jan_pajak.htm".
6. (Optionally) remove banners. Free
servers on which for the understandable reasons I display all my web sites,
usually insert codes of banners to the source code of web pages that are
displayed on them (frequently codes of these banners contain various irritating
errors which try to make viewing my web pages quite difficult). If these banners
irritate you, you can optionally cut them out from
the source code of this web page, after you save this code in your own computer.
To cut the banners out you need to identify their code (either by addresses
referred in this code and starting from "http://...", or by seeking the
comment type "banner insertion ..." which appears at the beginning and
at the end of the banners' code).
7. (Optionally) update your replica of this
web page. If someone is especially interested in descriptions contained on this
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
Both versions of this web page with monograph [5/3e], i.e. with and without Figures:
Here are links to web pages with two different
ways of displaying illustrations:
Labels: The label "Figs" marks the web page which has all illustrations pre-displayed after it is run
(thus which may take a longer time for loading, but allows for an easier review of illustrations).
In turn the label "links" marks the web page on which each illustration needs to be clicked upon in order to
be displayed (thus which takes a shorter time to load, but requires more activities to review the illustrations).
Have interesting reading on this explosion of an extraterrestrial spaceship in
New Zealand countryside.
Emails and contact details to the
of this web page:
Current email addresses to the author of
this web page, i.e. officially to
Dr Eng. Jan Pajak
while courteously to Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak,
at which readers can post possible comments,
inquiries, or replies to questions which I ask on
my web pages, are provided on the web page
about me (Dr Eng. Jan Pajak).
That page also provides other commonly used
contact details to the author.
The author's right for the use of courteous
title of "Professor" stems from the custom that
"with professors is like with generals", namely
when someone is
once a professor, than he or she courteously
remains a professor forever. In
turn the author of this web page was a professor
at 4 different universities, i.e. at 3 of them,
from 1 September 1992 untill 31 October 1998,
as an "Associate Professor" from English-based
educational system, while on one university as
a (Full) "Professor" (since 1 March 2007 till
31 December 2007 - means at the last place
of employment in his professional life).
However, please notice that because of my
rather chronic lack of time, I reluctantly
reply to emails which contain JUST time
consuming requests, while simultaneously
they document a complete ignorance of their
author in the topic area which I am researching.
Therefore, if the reader sends a request to me,
I suggest to let me know somehow that he or
she actually went through the trouble of reading
my web pages and learning what these pages
try to say.