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Simuna/Orguse crater - proof of an Electric Universe?
« on: July 28, 2010, 13:38:48 »
Orguse crater - Simuna meteoriidi kraater - proof of an Electric Universe?



Estonian impact/meteorite crater - Simuna/Orguse. Or is it an electric discharge?


There is a strange "impact crater" called the Orguse meteorite crater or Simuna meteoriidi kraater on top of a mound but with no actual meteorite fragments or remains. There are a number of theories about the origin of the Orguse crater (or Simuna crater depending on which village they think it belongs to) but none account for the fact that there is no evidence of a meteorite creating it.



Simuna/Orguse meteoriidi kraater near Abavere Hill Estonia and the legend of Tarapita


Most of the theories suggest recent meteorite or bollides as the impact object but could it have been created according to the legend of the local god Tarapita?

Even if the Simuna/Orguse crater is a recent crater the evidence suggest that it could be an electric discharge between the earth and a charged object entering the atmsophere or between the earth and an atmospheric plasma discharge. Similar to the Tunguska event.



Simuna/Orguse crater - formed by meteorite or bollide or EU discharge?


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The fall of the meteorite from the northeast is strongly supported by archaeologists (Lougas 1996). According to a legend, Tarapita, the great god of ancient inhabitants of Saaremaa Island, dashed as a fireball with a long pile-shaped tail (pile is "vai" in Estonian) from his birthplace, in the northeast, at Ebavere - the highest hill of northern Estonia - to his new abode on Saaremaa. Probably, the Estonian "vai" gave the name to the small Votian nation to the east of Estonia ("vailased"; "vadjalased" in Estonian; "vaddalain" in Votic). In the Baltic-Finnish lexis the word "vai" (also "vaaja") has also another meaning i.e. thunderbolt.

Catastrophic events and mass extinctions: impacts and beyond | books.google.com


Is this similar event to when volcanoes exchange lightning between themselves, as has been witnessed a few times?



Orguse crater (Simuna crater) formed by a meteorite in Estonia or electrical discharge?


The Kalevala has ancient tales and legends about an event that sounds similar to a cometary event or Electric Universe discharge. It also suggests how iron was created and iron is found near most "impact craters". could the iron be formed during the electrical discharge event that formed the craters?


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Orguse meteorite crater

There is a meteorite crater in the forest of Orguse on the way from Avanduse manor from Orguse to Pudivere. It is a crater with the diameter of 8.5 meters and about 2 meters deep, resembling a shell crater

E. Pirrus and J. Aavik examining the meteorite crater 11 June 1991. On 1st of June 1937 aluminous fireball was visible in the eastern skies that was comparable with the moon, it was slowly coming closer, then stopped all of a sudden and turned into a silvery-white could of smoke while a thunder-like rumble was heard. The cloud itself remained in the skies for about two hours. The scientists called the phenomenon bolide – a large bright meteorite entering the dense layers of the Earth’s atmosphere. It exploded east of Roela settlement at the height of 28 kilometers and fell into several pieces that continued flying towards the surface of the Earth. Orguse crater is thought to have been caused by a piece of metal the size of a bucket. The crater was discovered only in 1984.
Orguse meteorite crater


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There is a meteorite crater in the forest of Orguse on the way from Pudivere to Simuna. It is the sixth largest crater in Estonia with its diametre of 8,5 m. This meteorite probably came from the east and fell deep into the forest in 1937. It exploded above Roela and fell on the earth. This crater was discovered 50 years later. Pieces of the meteorite are not found yet.
ORGUSE METEORITE CRATER | tourism.ee



Simuna Meteoriidi kraater near Orguse - Estonian craters


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The Simuna meteorite crater in Ida-Virumaa is 8.5 meters wide and 1.9 meters deep. It is the result of an impact on the 1st of June 1937, and as such is a very young crater. It is located in the village of Orguse, near Simuna.
Simuna Meteorite Crater (Simuna Meteoriidikraater) | 7is7.com


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On 1 June 1937, a cosmic body entered the atmosphere and moved from the east-northeast to the west-southwest at an azimuth of 259o and fell at an angle of ~60o. It exploded at an estimated height of 28 km to the east of the Viru-Roela settlement (Kipper, 1937, Bronsten, 1991). It is possible that this cosmic body formed a depression in the vicinity of Orguse Village near Simuna. The diameter of the crater at the top of the mound is 8.5m and its depth is 1.9m. The mound around the depression is low (20-25 cm) and inconspicous, but clearly ring-shaped and continious. The depression was formed at a site with two distinct layers of sediment: 1.1 m of loose sand above a clayey till (Pirrus, 1995). Meteoritic material has not been found at the site.
Catastrophic events and mass extinctions: impacts and beyond | books.google.com



Simuna Meteorite Crater (Simuna meteoriidi kraater) in Estonia


Is the geology of this area and mound the reason for the XEarth discharge? The fact that you have a double layer of material acting like an electrical component. Perhaps an natural earth capacitor discharging or some other component/circuit.


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