R3. Scorched footprints left by personal propulsion of a UFOnaut
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

R3. Scorched footprints left by personal propulsion of a UFOnaut

The magnetic propulsors mounted in the shoes of the UFOnauts are also capable of making scorch marks in some organic matter. The marks left by such personal propulsion display physical attributes similar to the ones caused by landings of UFO vehicles (compare subsections O5.1 /?/ and F10). The best evidence of the scorching abilities of personal propulsion of UFOnauts present in my files, concerns the case of Jerzy Wasilewski of Wroclaw, Poland, the description of which follows.
On 4 September 1979, around 9:30 a.m., the flat of Mr Jerzy Wasilewski (ul. Kruszwicka 53/9, Wroclaw, Poland), located on the 4th (highest) floor of the building, was visited by a UFOnaut wearing a personal propulsion garment. The alien entered the flat through an open window in the kitchen, burning a chain of mushrooms that was drying across this window. As was established during later research, the alien investigated the dwelling as he/she flew around. After reaching the main doors, the being descended into the corridor and walked back to the kitchen window from which he/she flew out. While walking along the tiles of PVC (PolyVinyl Chloride) that covered the floor, his/her propulsors from the shoes left 17 magnetically scorched marks arranged into a "footprint trail". Each mark resembled a circle about 13 [mm] in diameter - see Figure R6. This means that the magnetic field of its propulsors was spinning all the time, probably to create an effective "inductive shield" in order to prevent the alien from an unexpected bullet (the non-spinning field would produce square marks - see subsection S1). The mean distance between subsequent "steps" was about 0.4 meter.
The PVC tiles containing these marks were examined thoroughly by scientists from the Institute of Nonorganic Chemistry at the Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland. Listed below are the properties of the marks on these tiles, which were established during this examination:
1. The substance of the PVC tiles remained in its original structure inside the marks.
2. The surface of the marks displayed no trace of any mechanical deformation or crushing.
3. Any unfamiliar substances (even a trace quantity) were absent in the native material in the marks. (Such substances would need to be present if the marks would be burn in a chemical manner.)
4. There was no trace of burned Polyvinyl Chloride. This substance burns if the plates are exposed to a temperature greater than 130 °C.
5. The monostrophic, wavy, black patterns were distinguishable on the surface of the marks. Their thickness is several microns. The chemical composition of the patterns indicates that their cause could only be the action of an active ozone attacking the Polyvinyl Chloride particles.
6. The tiles in the area surrounding the marks were strongly discoloured. This indicates that a high energy agent (i.e. a powerful magnetic field) acted upon the tiles.
The above properties of the marks led to establishing that the following causes must be excluded as a possible cause:
a) Burning by contact with a hot, solid object.
b) Burning by a stream of hot gases, plasma or electrons.
c) Mechanical imprint or obliteration.
d) Impact by a decompressing stream of a cold medium.

In conclusion of the research, the only cause for these marks must be the concentrated action of an extremely strong, pulsating magnetic field, accompanied by a simultaneous action of the air ionized by this field (especially highly active ozone) that was in contact with the surface of the tiles.
On the day of their appearance, the alien's footprints had a very intensive, chalk-white colour which contrasted with the bluish-grey background of the rest of the PVC tiles. On these white marks the black wavy pattern of the ozone action was clearly distinguishable. But, as time passed, the intensity of the whiteness of the marks gradually diminished. The restoration of the tiles' original colour resembled the curve of radioactive isotope disintegration, in which the period of half-life was equal to about 120 days. When in 1982, just before leaving Poland, I saw these tiles for the last time, the colour of the marks was indistinguishable from their background. But the black ozone pattern remained unchanged.
When the footprints were first reported, the Wroclaw UFO research organization "Wzgorze Partyzantow" was aware of their extreme importance as being material evidence of UFO activity. Therefore, an instant decision was made to exchange the PVC floor from Mr Wasilewski's flat to a parquet floor in order to collect and preserve the marked tiles. As the assigning of government finances (at that time the "Wzgorze Partyzantow" was a government funded organization) required some time, Mr Eugeniusz Rolewski, then the organization's chairman, disbursed his own private funds for this operation. Until 1982 the PVC tiles with the UFOnaut footprints were carefully stored in Wroclaw amongst other UFO evidence. I believe that they are still there.
At approximately the same time two other similar incidents took place in Wroclaw. Unfortunately the footprints from these other incidents were not preserved for research. In one case a woollen carpet, in which holes caused by steps had been found, was simply thrown out before the owners realized what the evidence represented. In the other case, occurring after the Wasilewski tiles became well known due to a subsequent TV programme, the PVC tiles containing the next lot of footprints were quickly taken away by unknown private collectors before authorities reached them. All three cases showed that incidents of scorched marks left by the personal propulsion of UFOnauts are quite common, and that only a lack of knowledge or the fear of being ridiculed discourages the people involved in such incidents from officially reporting them.

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