St. Andrea Bobola (2015)
Copyright © 2013 by Dr Jan Pajak

The church of St. Andrea Bobola
Date of the latest updating of this web page: 25 July 2015 

Motto: "There came a man who was sent from God; his name was John. He came as a witness to testify concerning that light, so that through him all men might believe. He himself was not the light; he came only as a witness to the light. The true light that gives light to every man was coming into the world. He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the world did not recognize him. He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God - children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband's will, but born of God. The Word became flesh ..." (Quotation from the Biblical Evangel of St. John 1:6-14.)

My name is Jan (i.e. Polish for John) and I welcome you to my ethnic web page which presents mainly old stories about churches of the town Milicz. Only a small proportion of what is presented on this web page originates either from my personal life experience, or from scientific research which I carry out. The majority of information provided here originate from stories of old-timers which I overheard in years of my youth and which I am repeating here.      
How much correct are these stories of old-timers that I overheard in my childhood, I am unable to estimate. Some of them were quite extraordinary and controversial. For example, at the beginning of 20th century the folklore of the vicinity of Cieszków, Stawiec, and Wszewilki cla8imed, that operated in there someone named "Sapieha" - who supposedly was a "wizard" - i.e. a male version of "witch". (According to this folklore, a "wizard" supposed to be a creature with supernatural powers, similar to powers of present "UFOnauts", or the magician David Copperfield. Typically they had a character that was extremely hostile towards people. These creatures used to enjoy torturing, persecuting, and inflicting suffering to people. The only difference between them, and other "supernatural" creatures known then and called "devils", was that "wizards" lived amongst people, looked exactly the same as people do, and everyone around them knew them, as well as knew their past. Therefore people considered them to be evil humans who only acquired supernatural powers through studying secret knowledge from "forbidden books". However, in present times when we already know well that there is purposely simulated a race of evil UFOnauts which look identically to humans, agents of which are simulated as if they mix with people - so that they can spy and control the humanity much better, now we would rather consider these "wizards" to be UFOnauts.) Still in times of my youth, means in late 1940s and early 1950s, at that are children were scared by whispered warning "Sapieha flies" (he supposedly used to fly like a huge bat - so he was a blueprint for characters from the American movie "Batman"). More information about the "wizard" named Sapieha is provided in item #G1 below on this web page. Other stories of old-timers are more verifiable. For example the story, that by the present dam on the Barycz river there used to be an old watermill, I was verifying myself as a teenager. In fact I saw remains of a dam, pond, waterwheel, etc., still then existing in there. Similarly various facts support old stories that one of branches of the ancient "Amber Route" passed by the present Krotoszyńska Street of Milicz, and then via this dirt road to Stawiec. (I.e. the same dirt road by which just after the World War Two four nameless graves of German soldiers were left, described on the web page with the story of the Battle of Milicz.) The fact which supports this, is the significant lower level of this dirt road to Stawiec, in comparison to the level of fields that surround this road. In some places the level of this road is lower by almost 2 meters in comparison to the level of fields surrounding this road. This in turn means, that this extremely old road was intensely used for very long time. Such a long use, combined with the location of it on a small slope, caused that the level of it was so much lowered after all these years. (Notice that the same folklore states that another branch of the "Amber Route" led by the very old church in Stawczyk.)

[font=Verdana]Part #A: Introductory information of this web page:
#A1. What is the goal of this web page:
Motto of this web page: "In order to see the future, it is necessary to look carefully into the past."
       The major goal of this ethnic web page about the church of St. Andrea Bobola (in Polish "pod wezwaniem Świętego Andrzeja Boboli") and also about other churches of Milicz, is to present folkloristic stories on their subject. Means it is to describe "what old-timers used to tell about these churches". A lot of information provided on this web page would be very difficult to verify in historic sources. Until today no much documents survives which would support these stories. However, still it is worth to learn what the verbal folklore tradition used to tell us about these churches.
       An additional goal of this web page is to indicate links to other web pages which have a similar subject areas as this one. The most vital amongst these other web pages is the page about the village of Wszewilki. It describes further details about these churches of Milicz, especially about this extremely old Roman church from the village Wszewilki near Milicz. Another web page also on the subject similar to this one, is the web page about sightseeing in Wszewilki and Milicz (unfortunately it still awaits to be translated into English). In item #8.2 that web page describes "unofficial sight-seeing tracks" within and around the village of Wszewilki. One of these "tracks" allows to see a huge hole in the ground which is left until today after the removal of very old Roman church of Wszewilki, together with several levels of cellars which in past existed under this old church. Other web page, also on a similar topic, is about Wszewilki of our tomorrow". It describes my dreams about the future rebuilding of the original central square of Wszewilki - including also this old Roman church that originally existed in there.

#A2. Why the church in Milicz under the invocation of Saint Andrea Bobola, can be called my "family church":
       My own fate, as well as the fate of my family, is closely linked to the church of St. Andrea Bobola described here. After all, it was in this church that I attended my lessons of religion - thus from it originates my knowledge of Christianity. It was in it that took place all vital religious events which I remember - including my first holy communion. Also in it I participated in all masses during times when I lived in Stawczyk. If I remember correctly, this church was then the parish church for the village of Stawczyk, and it was its priest that visited my family house during Christmas solicit.

[size=xx-large]Part #B: Conditions in which churches of Milicz operated:

#B1. Milicz - the town of "hotel services" for the ancient so-called "Amber Route":
       According to what was explained on the web page about Milicz, by being a kind of "hotel town" on a hugely important ancient "Amber Route", with the elapse of time Milicz has transformed in to a provider of all types of services for travelers. It provided travelers with hotel and accommodation services, it protected them, it supplied them in food, horses, and spare parts, it also supplied spiritual services. Merchants and travelers stayed for night in Milicz, rested in there, ate, drink, make sales, refurnished their supplies, repaired damaged equipment, buried their dead, while in times when the Christianity spread over the Europe, also prayed in churches of Milicz for a happy course and outcome of their trips. So churches in Milicz were not only places of prayers for locals, but additionally provided vital spiritual services for numerous travelers who passed through this town. So Milicz has relatively lot of churches (and cemeteries) in relationship to the number of its inhabitants. According to my present state of knowledge on this subject, in Milicz itself almost always were two churches and two cemeteries working simultaneously, while after 1714 there were three of these. Furthermore, two further churches were available not far from Milicz, namely in nearby Wszewilki and in Karlow. Brief descriptions of histories of these five churches of Milicz and the vicinity of it are provided in Part #C of this web page. The biggest out of these 5 churches with the elapse of time become the church of St. Andrea Bobola, to the description of which this web page is devoted.
       The reader perhaps may ponder, how such a small place as Milicz could have 5 churches. The reply to this is provided by the analysis of this Amber Route which passed through Milicz. This is because Milicz lied on a branching point of that route. From the northern gate of Milicz (Called the Gniezno Gate) emerged a branch of the Amber Route which led to a nearby village Stawiec, then through Rawicz, Poznań, Gniezno, until Gdańsk. In turn from the eastern gate of Milicz emerged another branch of the Amber Route. This one led through a bridge on Barycz which existed by the old watermill of Milicz, then through the villages of Wszewilki, Pomorsko, to Cieszkow, Zdun and further to Gniezno and Gdańsk. On the other side of Milicz this Amber Route also branched. This branching was located by the church of St. Anna in Karlow. (In old times on every crossing of vital tracks churches and chapels were build. They performed many functions. For example they served as a unique kind of "traffic signs", they attracted local people - so that travelers always had someone to ask for further way, they provided a shelter in case of bad weather, they calmed travelers spiritually, etc.) One branch of the Amber Route led from the church of St. Anna towards the south via Oleśnica. The second branch led towards the south through Trzebnica and Wrocław. Because of these branches of the Amber Route located in Milicz, this town become an important point for travelers. Many of them stayed in in Milicz for some time. So "spiritual services" were very sought for in there.

Part #C: History of five churches of Milicz:
       In years from 1290 to 1358 the owner of the castle and land of Milicz was the Bishop of Wrocław. Thus it should not surprise, that having such religious traditions, and also being a "town of hotel services" for travelers from the "Amber Route", for the majority of its existence the tiny Milicz had as many as two churches. Only at the beginning of its existence it had a single church, while in years from 1714 to 1945 in the Milicz itself operated three churches. Independently from these, in two villages which are closest to Milicz, namely in Karłów and in Wszewilki, two further churches did exist. So in total Milicz and the vicinity of this town had five different churches. The first church of Milicz was build in years when Milicz was taking its shape and erected the defense walls. This first church was build from so-called "paddock ore". In turn the second church of Milicz was build from bricks probably around a half of 14th century. Each of these two churches of Milicz with the elapse of time kept changing its location. So let us now review briefly their history. Please notice that in item #8.4 of a separate web page [b]Wszewilki-Milicz (so-far available in Polish only), a circular (unofficial) walking track along historically significant points of Milicz and a nearby village Wszewilki is described. Through following this walking track one can see present remains of these churches of Milicz. If someone plans to drive through Milicz, then perhaps it would be worth to take into the trip a printout from the web page on "Wszewilki-Milicz". [/b]

#C1. The first church of Milicz under the invocation of Saint Michael Archangel:
       Earliest records of the first Catholic church of Milicz that I heard of, originate from 12th century. Already in these times Milicz had not only its own church, but even its own priest. In records survived even his name. This first church of Milicz was located within the defense walls of the town, close to the Eastern Gate to the town, at a small square that was designated as a cemetery. This square was adjusted to the central square of Milicz, in the north-east corner of this central square. The location of this square-cemetery and the first church of Milicz in fact imitated the configuration of the central square in the Wrocław city, and also the square in Paczków. After all, in the north-west corner of the central square in Wrocław a church of Saint Elisabeth Hungarian is located, while in the north-east corner exists a similarly old church. Both these churches from wrocław also were located on similar small squares, which originally were also cemeteries. All signs also indicate, that at these times all towns of the Lower Silesia were constructed according to this single plan. with the church and a cemetery in the north-east corner of their central square. The miniature cemetery which surrounded the first church of Milicz, was soon filled up. After all, in these times many people kept dying during trips, either from wounds received in clashes with bandits, or because of difficulties of travel and the lack of hygiene. (I personally believe, that at these times on cemeteries of Milicz more travelers were buried than local inhabitants of Milicz.) So soon this small cemetery needed to be shifted beyond town walls. The new location of it was not far from the first church, but already outside of the eastern gate of the town, means in the area on which presently a "small" church of Milicz is located under the invocation of Saint Michael Archangel. In this new location, the cemetery also was not used for long, because it again filled up soon. In turn the river Barycz which used to run behind it made impossible its extensions. Soon later this eastern cemetery of Milicz needed to be shifted again into the third location. This time it was located on the western side of the exit road from Milicz to Wrocław, means into the area where now is the church of Saint Andrea Bobola from "Fig. #2 (29)". As time elapsed it was extended onto the eastern side of the same exit road from Milicz to Wrocław, into the area where for a long after the war a building of the Post Office of Milicz was located. In the result of this extension, in 17th century the exit road from Milicz to Wrocław looked similarly like the famous "Via Apia" by Rome - means on both sides it had cemeteries of Milicz of that time. Presently in the areas of these cemeteries living quarters are located - no wonder that in times of my youth inhabitants of some of these buildings claimed that at nights in these buildings ghosts show up.)
       This first church of Milicz, similarly like all other original building and defense walls of Milicz, was build from "paddock ore". Furthermore, it was constructed in the shape of semi-defense Roman castle - with low ceiling, thick walls, and small windows for shooting. So when Milicz acquired its own brick manufacturing facility from nearby village Stawiec, this church become an eye-saw to inhabitants of the town. They decided to shift it into a new place and locate in a new, more beautiful building. In 15th century citizens of Milicz built a more "modern" gothic church. After it was ready, they shifted to it the first church, while empty walls left from it they dismantled soon afterwards. The place which it occupied was later made available for housing. Presently neither this first church of Milicz, nor the miniature cemetery on which it used to stand, does NOT exist in their original locations. On their former place there are buildings now. The only their remain which is visible until today, is seemingly illogical widening of the exit road at the north-east corner of the central square from Milicz.
       In the new, second location and architectural version, this first church of Milicz was constructed from bricks in the gothic style. It was erected in 15th century within boundaries of the second cemetery of Milicz. Already at times when this church was build, the cemetery was NOT used anymore. Of course, after being shifted into a new location this first church of Milicz remained the Roman-Catholic temple. But with the elapse of time, also it again become old and making not good impression on travelers. Therefore, in 1821 on its place a new neo-renaissance church was erected - still under the invocation of Saint Michael Archangel. During building of this new church, the old was NOT removed completely. Until today remained from it the presbytery, underground crypt, and the christening dish from 1561. This next, historically third architecture version of the original first church of Milicz, build in 1821, serves Christians until today standing not far from the central square, at the eastern boundaries of the town, just by former eastern gate to the town (which presently does NOT exists any more).

#C2. The second church of Milicz under the invocation of Saint George:
       Around 14 century the bishop of Wrocław build a second church of Milicz. It was under the invocation of Saint George. During the construction of it the spiritual needs of numerous travellers were taken under consideration, and also the fact that the original church of Milicz was then quite old. This second church of Milicz was already build of bricks. It was located on the south-east area of the old town, in the area which currently is occupied by the street that runs towards the old baths (means opposite to the location of fire brigade from Milicz). At end of 19th and beginning of 20th century this second church become so old, that it was not for use. Thus it can be deduced, that around 1930s probably it was shifted to a new location and building.

#C3. Third church of Milicz under the invocation of Saint Andrea Bobola:
       Independently from two above original Catholic churches of Milicz, in 1714 this town build still another church. It was just the evangelical church, in 1945 turned into a Roman-Catholic under the invocation of Saint Andrea Bobola (means the church to the description of which the entire this web page is devoted). It is worth to mention here, that in initial years of 20th century, Milicz was already inhabited by a decisive majority of Evangelic citizens - in spite that its existence Milicz started as a town of Catholic bishop from Wroclaw and that it remained a town of Catholics until the power was taken by Prussians. In the change of faith of inhabitants of that town into Evangelism the key role was performed by this present church of Saint Andrea Bobola. This is why around 1920s the Evangelic church discussed here was hugely popular, which both Catholic churches were almost empty. As my mother was telling us, Catholics were then so few in Milicz that all of them knew each other by name, while on Sundays after holy mass they had meeting by coffee and cakes in one of their homes. In fact Catholic remained then almost exclusively people of Polish origins which still lived in the vicinity of Milicz - most of them in the present village Wszewilki (although in that times these people used almost exclusively German language for everyday conversations).
       An interesting question which I always ask myself in the matter of the church of Saint Andrea Bobola described here, is whether its historically rather excellent fate results from the good "Feng Schui" of the location in which it was constructed. It appears that, oppositely to the fortified castle from Milicz - which was constructed in the location with rather "bad Feng Schui" and thus it was always troubled by various disasters, the church of Saint Andrea Bobola was build in the place which had quite a "good Feng Schui", and thus which in the passage of centuries seems to always be encountering the beneficial for it course of events. Another question, which also is connected with this church, is whether the mentioned in item #E2 below the natural capability of undergrounds of if to cause a self-mummification, i.e. to work like interior of Egyptian pyramids, also is caused by its location in the area of a "good Feng Schui".

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Fig. #C3: Here is a real historic treasure. Shown above is the scan from an old architectural project dated in 1709 (the date it was prepared is visible above the tower). Courtesy "Miliczanin-1931". The project shows the predicted appearance of the future Evangelic church in Milicz under the invocation of Holy Cross. At present this church is known in Milicz as the Catholic church under the invocation of Saint Andrea Bobola. (Click on this diagram to see it enlarged or to shift it to a different area of the screen.)
       Notice that this church was build in 1714 - see "Fig. #D2" below on this web page. The above project of 1709 shows how the architect designed the appearance of this church before works on the construction of this church were undertaken.
       On the above project a number of details attracts the attention. For example the year it was prepared (i.e. 1709). It not only means that the project currently is over 300 years old, but also that it is the oldest architectural document of Milicz that is accessible to public scrutiny. Everyone should also be puzzled by the solid and high fence which then was defending the access to this evangelic church. It had its justification. At that time Milicz was inhabited predominantly by Catholics of Polish origins, at which the above evangelic church was imposed by Prussian authorities. Thus, the authorities were seriously afraid that the new church and the foreign faith imposed by authorities - which this church represented, can be greeted with hostilities and vandalised by locals. Therefore the church was designed almost like a kind of small fortress of Teutonic Knights - the feature which is clearly visible by the fencing that surrounds it. As we probably remember, Prussian authorities draw their traditions of imposing new faith from rules of Albrecht von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (shown and commented in "Fig. #M3c" from the totaliztic web page day26.htm), and still earlier from the Order of Teutonic Knights who practiced spreading the new faith with sword on Slavic Prussians and on inhabitants of the Holy Land. In turn the history of Albrecht von Hohenzollern-Ansbach illustrates to us quite well what traditions these were. After all, it was him who liquidated the Order of Teutonic Knights and in 1525 changed this Order into the Duchy and later Kingdom of Prussia - from which with the elapse of time Hitler's Germany grew up. It was also him who undermined with his kingdom the influence of the Catholic Church through the official adoption of Lutheranism and through making all his subjects to change into Lutheranism. Another matter that hits our eyes on the above project are old dresses of inhabitants of Milicz. Looking at their clothing one can have an impression that looks at the scene from old Rome or Paris, not from Milicz. Still another curious feature of the above drawing is this tree with strange roots from the right-lower corner of the project. Looking at this tree I recall that this tree is authentic (i.e. is NOT just a creation of the architect). It was still growing after the Second World War (i.e. in times of my childhood). It was located on the opposite to the church side of then the exit road from Milicz to Sułów. In turn the real existence of it means that the above project is not just an artistic vision, but also a historic document prepared on the basis of thorough research on the actual location.
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#C4. A small church under the invocation of Saint Anna in Karłów near Milicz:
       Some people include into the list of churches from Milicz also the church of St. Anna in nearby village Karłów. This church was built in years 1807-1808 near the fork of two main ancient roads towards south, one of which led to Wroclaw, and the second to Olesnica. The place in which it stands was once famous from many "miracles" and revelations. (At the present time they would be explained as frequent observations of UFO vehicles and UFOnauts.) To commemorate these revelations, in the last Sunday of July, since immemorial tines annual carnivals are held at the church. More details about the church of St. Anna in Karłów is presented on the web page named milicz_uk.htm.

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Fig. #C4 (20): The church of Saint Anna in Karłów near Milicz. Photographed in July 2004. Notice that the name "Karłów" of this vilage, in the old Polish language actually means "place of little humanoids" (also known as "dwarfs"). In addition to claims of local folklore, and to the relatively recent sightings of UFOnauts (the cases of of which I still remember and described on myr web pages), this name "Karłów" also confirms the existence in that area of numerous sightings of supernatural miniature beings, nowadays called "UFOnauts".
       It is here that in the past ocurred many miracles, miraculous healings, and restorations of female fertility. Shown are the front doors to the church, photographed in the direction from north to south. Behind this church, next to the wall of the altar, once grew a very old oak tree, on branches of which were sighted three strange little beings (today we would take them for three miniature female UFOnauts, but in old days they were taken for manifestations of St. Anna). This oak was later the source of many miraculous healings. To the right from the church once stood the "angel stone" with strange marks melted like if a technological origins. It also eventually became a cult object. It was claimned about it in past, that it too is a source of healings, and that it restores fertility. Unfortunately, sometimes between 1981 and 2004, the stone mysteriously disappeared from its previous position. Perhaps it is the same stone, the fragment of which presently is under the cross visible on the left side of the above photo, and is also shown enlarged in the photograph from "Fig. #D22" of the web page about the town of Milicz. (However, I personally have not been able to identify it from the external appearance, nor dig up from the ground to see whether it has the technological melting that I remember on it. I also did NOT notice in the vicinity of it any UFO landings that would certify that UFOs are still interested in it.)

#C5. A small church in Wszewilki near Milicz:
       If into the list of churches in Milicz the small church of St. Anna in Karłów is included, then on the same principle should also be included the ancient Catholic church in Wszewilki. The church from Wszewilki originally stood near the crossing of two main roads through Wszewilki, namely the old road leading from Milicz to Sulmierzyce, and another old road leading from the Pomorska (Pomeranian) to the watermill on the Barycz river and further continued through the bridge existing in past by the wheel of this watermill, un to the town of Milicz. Initially the church in Wszewilki was surrounded by a tiny cemetery, which, however, quickly filled up. When this cemetery ceased to be used because of this filling up, it fell into disuse and gradually disappeared. Until the end of the existence of this church survived only tombstones set onto the walls at the inside of the church - such tombstones shows and explains "Fig. #F1" from the web page wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm. The church in Wszewilki fell into disrepair and was demolished during the construction of the railway line through Wszewilki, which took place shortly before the year 1875. The rubble from this church and from its deep cellars, as well as all the material from the tiny cemetery that surrounded this church, was used for the construction of the railway embankment running between Wszewilki and the railway station in Milicz. Once old people used to say that the unusually high number of fatal accidents on that short stretch of railway line is due to the fact, that it buries mortal remains of many of the former inhabitants of Wszewilki whose eternal rest was disrupted. Currently, the site where once stood the church bears only a big hole in the ground. At the time when this church was demolished, it was unused for about 100 years. At that time it was probably the oldest building still standing in the vicinity of Milicz.
       The exact place where was this ancient church of Wszewilki, is clearly visible until now. The reason is its several-storey deep basement. So while removing it also could be removed the remains of these cellars and foundations, in the place where it once stood people had to dig a huge hole. The hole exists in there until today. So the location of that church can be clearly identified by checking where that hole is the deepest. Its exact location is pointed out in item #D2.2 from the web page (in Polish) named wszewilki_milicz.htm - with the tourist goide through Wszewilki and Milicz, and also in item #E1 from the English web page named wszewilki_uk.htm.
       The exact date of construction of the church in Wszewilki is not known to me. However, from the descriptions of its appearance, which I have heard, I gather that it was very old - perhaps even as old as the original church of St. Michael the Archangel in Milicz. It definitely was built significantly before the fourteenth century, because the material used for its construction was "bog ore". In turn the use of bog iron ore to build this church means that it was built before the 14th century, means before the time when Milicz began operating the first brickyard in today Stawiec. Once I was told that the church in Wszewilki was a low walled structure made of iron ore. It looked almost like a fortress with tiny windows for shooting. Its main axis was oriented from east to west, with the altar to the east and with the tower on the west end. It had a bell tower sticking out from the main building. This bell tower was quite interesting, because in the lower parts it expanded linearly, as do some of the old chimneys. At the top was kind of like a structure made of beams, on which hung a bell (the bell was not covered with a roof). Some other information about that church from Wszewilki are also included in items #C1 and #D1 of the web page named wszewilki_uk.htm and in caption under "Fig. #F1" from the web page named wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm.
       One curiosity of folk stories about the ancient Roman church of Wszewilki can be verifiable. Namely, they claimed that in the initial stage of its existence the church was to be also used for defensive purposes. When a danger approached, local residents barricaded themselves in the church. But in order to allow for eventual escape in case of attack or siege, from the basement of this church led a small tunnel. That tunnel was supposed to lead up to one of the tombs in the cemetery of Wszewilki. In this tomb supposed to be a secret way out of this tunnel. The tunnel was supposed to take place just a few meters east of the old road that once led from the front door of the church in Wszewilki to the cemetery of Wszewilki. (That old road is described in item #8.2 from the web page (in Polish) about visiting Wszewilki and Milicz, and in item #C2 from the web page named wszewilki_uk.htm.) The tunnel was supposed to be only about 2 meters below the surface. Apparently, it was so low, that to move through it, one needed to resort to move on all fours. It is worth noting that this folklore information should be scientifically verifiable. If this tunnel actually existed, then now it should be possible to detect the residues of it (e.g. using the so-called "ground penetrating radar").
       In connection with that church in Wszewilki demolished for the construction of the railway line through Wszewilki, it is worth to ask the question: where are its books (church records) and some accessories, e.g. the bell. It is known that in those days they had the habit of carrying such valuables from the old church is a very newly built one. Because shortly before the demolition of the church in Wszewilki just has been built the church of St. Anna in Karłowo (i.e. in the place of dwarfs), I suspect that these valuables from the church in Wszewilki then landed either in the church of St. Anna of Karlowo, or in already an established "small" military Catholic church (dedicated to St. George). Might be worth checking the year of casting the bell in St. Anna (in old days there was a tradition of writing this year in a cast model of the bell). If in fact this year is much earlier than the year 1807 to 1808 - when they built the church of St. Anna, then most likely the bell is actually the former Catholic church bell from Wszewilki.

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Fig. #C5: Here is the repetition of photograph "Fig. #F1" from the web page [b]wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm. It illustrates how ruins of the Catholic Church from Wszewilki looked-like around 1870, means shortly before its walls and cellars were demolished, while rubbles from it were used for building the railway embankment which now passes through the place of its former location. A row of tombstones cemented to its walls, which were visible through its door-holes and window-holes, probably exists until today hidden somewhere inside of the railway embankment between Stawczyk and the railway bridge over the Barycz river. If one day these tombstones become unearthed, they become a kind of archaeological treasure and the confirmation that this church really existed. A similar confirmation may also become remains of a low tunnel which linked the church in Wszewilki with cemetery in Wszewilki. [/b]

Part #D: Historical fracts regarding the church of Saint Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
#D1. History of the church of Saint Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
       When under the Altranstad Act of 1707 of the Emperor of Austria, six "Grace" churches were decided to be build for the Silesian Protestants, the choice for the location of one of them just fell on Milicz. At that time Milicz still was an important center for hotel services for people traveling between the south and the north of Europe. Money for the construction of this church was founded by Margrave Henry Maltzan, the then owner of the palace in Milicz and owner of the surrounding estates. For the location of this church was selected the place where once stood an ancient wooden cemetery chapel, which, however, ceased to exist long before the construction of the church. Around this chapel extended undeveloped areas of the medieval cemeteries of Milicz, at that time also no longer used. (The cemetery which in times of construction of this church was used, was located on the opposite side of the road to Wrocław, in the area which after the Second World War was occupied by the post office, police station, primary school No. 1, and the former town hospital.) For the development of the newly constructed church, rectory, auxiliary buildings, and churchyard, the land was allocated which included the entire area of ??this former medieval cemetery. Margrave Henry Maltzan, who founded the church, ordered also to construct a secret tunnel leading from his palace to the basement of the church. This tunnel was still in the era after the Second World War. But then it was walled up. He had a connection to the entire network of medieval tunnels running under Milicz.

#D2. Construction of the church of Saint Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
       The construction of the evangelical church in Milicz started in 1709. The design was prepared by G. Hoffmann of Oleśnica. The church was oriented in an east - west direction, with the altar facing east, and the square tower at heights of 49 meters wagered on the west side. The church was decorated with baroque beam construction founded on a Greek cross. It is a one-nave, with a polygonal sanctuary, and a range of later outbuildings on the ground level. In the middle of a three storey wooden Ampora. Most of the gabled roof are two-staged, however, in several places it has the three-staged roofs. The square tower is finished with a triple helmet that faithfully mimics his appearance detached configuration of UFOs coupled from a number of second generation UFOs - for details see subsection G3.1.3 of my monograph [1/5]. (UFOs of the second generation are identifable because of the octagonal Oscillatory Chambers used for propelling them.) The construction of the church was completed by 1714. In 1718 it has been suplied with 33-pipe organs with a very beautiful sound, built by W. Sauer. These organs funded baron Salish. The church had also his own rectory and ancillary buildings. As an evangelical church he served until the end of the Second World War. Soon after the Second World War, in 1945, it was renamed into the Roman Catholic church dedicated to St Andrew Bobola and given into the governance of the bishop of Wrocław.

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Fig. #D2 (29): The present Catholic church of Saint Andrea Bobola in Milicz - and the former Evangelic church of Milicz. It was constructed in 1714 in the architectural style in English called "tudor". (Poles usually call this architectural style by the name "Mur Pruski" - meaning the "Prussian Wall".) A curiosity of this style is, that most probably it originates from a folklore developments of nearby village Wszewilki, and only later it was copied and disseminated by academically educated architects - as I explained it in item #G2 from the web page on the village of Wszewilki.
       (Notice, that in the Menu is indicated a separate web page (in Polish) named Wszewilki-Milicz that tries to inform how to explore the nearby town of Milicz and the nearby village Wszewilki. This web page shows informal hiking trails along which you can explore the more interesting historical sites of both the village and the town, including churches of Milicz described on this web page. It provides contact information for local hotels. Moreover, it also explains that the most favorable month for exploring the town is July. It is because in July flourishes there a wealth of flowering lime trees (in Polish "lipa") filling up the air with exciting flavors of life and love. So it is worth to have a look to that web page, if someone is interested in the history of places and objects described here.)
       Currently this church is of the Roman-Catholic denomination, under the name of Saint Andrea Bobola (in Polish: Świętego Andrzeja Boboli) - formerly Holy Cross (in Polish: Świętego Krzyża). The above photograph was taken in 2003. The lens of the camera was directed from east towards west. On the foreground is shown the eastern wall of the presbytery of this church, behind which a carved altar is located. This web page named Św. Andrzej Bobola tries to describe a complete history of this particular church. During a nearest visit in Milicz it is worth to see and to photograph this church thoroughly. After all, in the light of cases of purposeful, although secretive, destructions of all objects which are carriers of the history of the village Wszewilki, described in item #E1 of the web page wszewilki_uk.htm, it can be expected that soon this church will mysteriously disappear from the surface of Earth under some clever excuse.
       The location of the church coincides with the place where before it was an old cemetery chapel, while in the days still before the establishment of the Milicz cemetery in that place - stood yet even older "church of road signs" that determines the place where the road to Trzebnicy is separated from the road to Sułów and to Żmigród.

#D3. The famous and very beautiful, late-baroque wooden "pulpit" and also a "font" (or christening dish) of the same style from the church of Saint Bobola in Milicz:
       With the elapse of time, the church became famous for a very beautiful, late-baroque pulpit and baptismal font dated 1720. However, after the Second World War, in 1955, this pulpit and baptismal font were transferred to the cathedral in Poznań, where they are until today. In my personal opinion, this transfer turned out to be rather beneficial for Milicz, because in Poznan, these objects can be admired by a lot more visitors and tourists than in Milicz. In this way, these objects make Milicz famous literally all over the world. Many viewers of these objects in Poznan just learns from them about the existence of a town called Milicz. Also, almost all foreign guides already contain information that these objects originate from the town of Milicz. Nowadays, promotion and advertising are the key to success. In Poznan these objects perfectly promote and advertise the town of Milicz. Therefore, in my opinion, for as long as Poznań is to grant credit to Milicz for the creation of so beautiful objects, these objects should stay in Poznan and Milicz can still be proud of them.

#D4. Famous altar of the church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
       The church over time has also been furnished with an elaborate wooden altar made ??with the breath-taking beauty. The altar in the church survived the war intact. Hence the post-war faithful Milicz inhabitants had the opportunity to admire it during every mass. From what I remember about it, the altar very faithfully imitated the side view of the main oscillatory chamber from the average type of UFOs, which chamber is sighted and remembered by people abducted to UFOs. In the center it had a container which imitated the oscillatory chamber. The container was surrounded by control devices and indicator lights. By it passed columns that imitated pillars of magnetic and telekinetic field produced by each propulsor UFOs. It had also fragments of bowls of the UFO cover that glowed with golden sparks induced by the magnetic field generated in this propulsor. All together, the appearance of this original and very beautiful altar from the church of St. Andrew Bobola in Milicz, very accurately illustrated what today people abducted to UFOs report as the sighting of the main propulsor of these unearthly vehicles.
       Indeed, the altar was NOT an exception in imitation of the interior and of the furnishing of UFO vehicles. As this is explained in item #D16 of the separate web page about the city of Wrocław, and also in items #D17, #D18 and #D19 from the separate pages about the town of Milicz, virtually every old Christian church on earth faithfully imitated by itself what people abducted to UFOs noted and reported in the interiors of these otherworldly vehicles.

#D5. Who was Saint Andrea Bobola - the present patron of my "family church" in Milicz and the patron of Poland:
       Saint Andrea Bobola ("Andrzej Bobola" in Polish) is one amongst several saints charged with the holy patronage of Poland. From what I am aware of, Poland has an array of such saintly patrons. The oldest patron of Poland is Saint Adalbert ("Wojciech" in Polish) - the same one who was killed by ancient Slavonic pagans which originally were called Prussians (i.e. these Slavonic Prussians for the "Christianising" of which the Polish king invited Teutonic Knights to settle in Malbork, which knights later, after annihilating these Slavonic Prussians, themselves adopted the name Prussians.) The body of that Saint Adalbert, purchased from Slavonic Prussians for the amount of gold that was equal to his weight, was later buried in the bishop's church from Rydzyn near Leszno (in Poland), where it remains until today miraculously conserved. Another saint patron of Poland is Saint Stanislaus ("Stanisław" in Polish) - the former bishop of Kraków. As I believe, Andrea Bobola is one amongst newest such saintly patrons. After all, for the patron of Poland was acknowledged only on 16 May 2002.
       A well written and informative article about the Saint Andrea Bobola is provided in the book "Encyklopedia Katolicka" TN KUL, volume I, Lublin 1973, szpalta 534-535. Data which I am stating below about this saint, represent a summary of documents on his topic, which were posted for me to New Zealand by my countryman, Mr Jerzy Miazgowicz (E-mail [][/email]).
       Saint Andrea Bobola was born in Strachocin near Sanok, Poland. For the date of his birth is given 30 November 1591. At young age he studies in Jesuit school from Braniewo, while after finishing it he joined the convent of Jesuits. In 1623 he become a priest, then he was a preacher in a range of churches from Wilno and vicinity. His fiery and talented masses and preaching were hugely popular. He brought with them to Catholicism many Orthodox church goers whom on his territory were an ethnic majority. However, with this he angered against himself chief priests of local Orthodox church. So when on his territory erupted a popular Cossack uprising of Chmielnicki, the hostility of Orthodox priests to Bobola and to Jesuits transformed into an open acts of aggression. In 1657 a troupe of Cossacks captured Andrea Bobola and on 16 May 1657 they put him to death publicly on the central square of the town named Janów. He was subjected to a very slow death of a martyr, through stripping him from his skin and through slow inserting two swards into his body - one sward in his left hand, while the other one in his neck. These two swards were later illustrated as symbols of his martyring on his icons. After the death his body was deposited in a crypt of the Jesuits’ church from Pińsk, then he was forgotten.
       By an accident in 1702 it was discovered, that the body of Andrea Bobola went through some miraculous mummification and after many years it still looked as if he was killed just several hours earlier. Thus his body become a kind of curiosity, puzzle, and exhibit. It was transported from place to place, everywhere inducing a sensation. In 1808 his body was brought to Płocko, while in 1922 was shipped to Moscow where it was exhibited on the Fare of Citizens' Commissariat of Health. In 1924 it was shipped to Rome, where in 300 anniversary of his death the Pope Pius XII issued the encyclical devoted to him Invicti athletae Christi. After becoming canonised into a saint, the reliquaries of this Saint returned to Poland on 17 June 1938. In Poland initially he was placed in Warszawa in church of Jesuits at Rakowiecka Street. After war erupted, churches in which his body was kept were destroyed and burned several times, but the coffin with body of Andrea Bobola always by some miracle survived untouched - only that there was a need to shift it to another place. After the war, on 17 April 1988, the body of Andrea Bobola was deposited in specially erected for him Sanctuary at Rakowiecka Street - where he rests until today.
       The Saint Andrea Bobola become one of the leading personalities of the Catholic Church in establishing the so-called "Cult of Maria". (But, as emphasize this e.g. items #G1 and #J2.2.2 from the totaliztic web page named morals.htm, or items #J3, #D1 and #C7 from the web page named malbork_uk.htm, the "Cult of Maria" is contradictive to commandments of God.) This is because the most vital fruit of his life, which fruit later decided about adopting him for the Saint Patron of Poland, was causing by him that Mother Mary was crowned the Queen of Poland. The event which directly lead to this crowning, was the divine revelation experienced on 17 August 1617 by then 80-years old Italian Jesuit Missionary, father Julius Mancinelli. Namely, Mother Mary appeared in front of that father and ordered him to call her the "Queen of Poland". When the news of this divine revelation spread over the world, Andrea Bobola took it to heart and started to announce in his inspirational masses that Mother Mary wishes to become the Queen of Poland. By a coincidence, in 1655 the Polish Częstochowa (i.e. a convent in Poland where is located a painting of Mother Mary considered to be extremely holy) was defended from Swedish army - according to opinions of that times this happened because the supernatural support from Mother Mary. This in turn triggered a whole chain of events which on 1 April 1656 fruited with taking the "Lwów Vows" in which the Polish King named Jan Kazimierz for the first time publicly called Mother Mary the "Queen of Polish Crown". The content of these vows was designed, developed, and written, by Andrea Bobola. Already after the death of Boboli, in 1764 Polish Parliament in its laws named "Queen of Poland" the Mother Mary from Częstochowa. In 1920 the role of Mother Mary as the "Queen of Polish Crown" was officially confirmed by Vatican. In this way, due to activities initiated by Andrea Bobola, in spite of becoming a Republic and a democracy, Poland in fact until today has own Queen, to which role volunteered Mother Mary. As also everyone can learn this from the history, in difficult times (which Poland has surprisingly many), this Queen demonstrates that she does NOT leave Poland without a help. In turn Andrea Bobola become the saint patron of my "family church" in Milicz. His contribution to the history will remain that in the result of his actions Mother Mary was crowned to be the "Queen of Poland".
       When I formulated the philosophy of totalizm I noted since a long time, that whatever God does, He always does it in a manner which is to inspire people to ask the question of the type "why", "how", "what confirms it", etc., and then inspires to finding replies to these questions. As it is easy to notice, the life of Saint Andrea Bobola inspires strongly to asking such questions. After all, the first of these which immediately comes to mind, is "why someone who turned out to be so instrumental in crowning Mother Mary for the Queen of Poland, must die in such painful and prolonged way?" After all, every person who would cause that any - even the least grateful living woman, was crowned to be the Queen of Poland, probably would spend the rest of his life in prosperity and comfort. While Mother Mary has much greater capabilities of showing her gratefulness than any living woman. So if Andrea Bobola, in spite of his contribution, was NOT spared from the painful death, most clearly God needed his example to inspire in us this extremely vital question "why" and inspire searching answers to this question. I also seek the answer to this question - as an example see the content of item #D1 from the web page malbork_uk.htm. Perhaps that I even find a partial reply to this question "why" - and that I described it either in item #G3 of the web page eco_cars.htm, or in item #B1.1 of the totaliztic web page named antichrist.htm. But the learning the reply to this question "why" is clearly so vital for the entire our civilisation, that God inspires searches for it through meaningful directing fate of the entire Poland soon after Mother Mary become the Queen of Poland. This is because soon after she become the Queen, Poland started to be continually troubled will all possible disasters. Almost continually it is blooded by aggressions, wars, partitions, uprisings, dictatorial governments, etc. For some period of time Poland ceased even to exist. Atheists probably would argument here, that even the least capable living Queen, if she pays a bit of attention for the good of country over which it rules, would be able with her rules prevent Poland and its citizens from the arrival of as many and so fatal disasters. So there must exist some extremely vital reason for which the fate of Poland become so full of suffering after Mother Mary took the crown of it. I personally believe that this reason is to direct the attention of people to facts which I explained in item #G3 of my web page eco_cars.htm and in item #B1.1 of the totaliztic web page named antichrist.htm. Therefore we should finally understand that for as long until every person on the Earth gains the personal certainty about the existence of reply to this hugely vital question "why", and starts personally implement this reply in everyday life, fates of many more people on the Earth, and also fates of many countries of our planet, will repetitively copy the fate of the Saint Martyr Andrea Bobola, and also the fate of ever tormented country called Poland.

Part #E: Curiosities and folklore about the church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
#E1. Remains of medieval cemetery around the church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
       The fact that on the area surrounding the present church of St. Andrew Bobola in fact existed once a medieval cemetery, is confirmed by the accidental discovery from around the year 1955. During the earthworks on the occasion of installmont of some underground installation, excavated were medieval chamber graves with the full their content. These tombs were shaped like elongated small cellars with the cellings and side walls shaped into Romanesque arches. The material used to build them was local "paddock ore". This in turn meant, that they came from a period before the first brick factory in Milicz, that is, from the period before the 14th century. In addition, their shape and formation were quite unusual for Poland. For me personally it is NOT known a case that prior to the 14th century this type of chamber tombs were built in Poland. The only place where I saw exactly the same tombs was the Northern Cyprus. This in turn probably means that in these tombs were buried some merchants and travelers that came to Milicz from somewhere in the Mediterranean area, and whom either died on their way, or who had been mortally wounded by bandits from the vicinity of Milicz.
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       Unfortunately for our knowledge of the history of Milicz, the discovery of these old chamber graves occurred at the time when such findings were treated with contempt and no-one invited archaeologists to investigate them. So after the discovery that they stand in the way just-laid installation, they were simply crushed, while their debris were removed. Whatever survived the destruction was later re-covered with soil. Their splitting, however, allowed an accidental view of their content by outsiders curious people (like me). If I remember correctly, these old graves were located approximately in the area, which in "Fig. #D2 (#29)" above, is currently occupied by a small lawn that you can see at the right margin of that photo.

#E2. Supposed "treasure" from the sphere on top of the church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz:
       In times immediately after the Second World War, among the people of Milicz stories circulated regarding an alleged "treasure" which supposedly was to be inside of a large brass ball which is placed at the very top of the tower of the church of St. Andrew Bobola (this ball is used as the basis for the peak cross). Someone supposed to read or hear somewhere that the original construction of this church, to this ball was inserted the original "act of foundation" along with a full set of contemporary gold and silver coins and medals. (Estimating from the amount of silver and gold coins and medals which were in circulation between 1709 to 1714, this "treasure" would probably contain several pounds of these valuable metals.) At that time Milicz was a kind of town, where almost everyone knew everyone. So whatever was in mind of one person, soon was on the lips of all the other people. So during the opportunity of the repair of the roof in the tower of that church, which took place around the year 1957, this sphere was removed and its content was examined. From what I have heard, apparently it turned out that only old newspapers were contained in it. No gold nor silver coins nor medals were found in it. Interestingly so, whether this "treasure" has already been found by someone else, or indeed to confuse potential prospectors, publicly was written that it is in this sphere, when in fact it was hidden in another more secret place of the church.
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       By the way, those balls or disks which are suspended above the roof of almost every church, actually come from ancient UFO sightings. (In the old days, UFOs and UFOnauts were regarded as supernatural beings - as explained on the website about UFOnauts, and also in subsection V9.1 from my older monograph [1/4] which contains the formal scientific proof that "religious devils are present UFOnauts".) Namely, these balls or discs mimic the spherical or discoid UFOs of small types, which used to be sighted as they were hovering over main propulsors of "cigars" composed of many UFOs of larger types, and which were imitated by towers of churches. It is for this reason, that tops of the towers in churches (and in Muslim shrines) are always likened to the appearance of the so-called "detached configurations" or "semi-attached configurations" coupled from several UFO vehicles described in subsection F3.1.3 and F3.1.2 of my monograph [1/4] ??available free of through via this web page. The most correct imitation of UFOs on these church towers are visible on the photograph from "Fot. #D1" on the web page about the Cathedral in Polish city of Wrocław. These discs on tops of both towers from the Cathedral in Wroclaw imitate not only the shiny appearance of discoidal UFOs of the second generation, but also the appearance of the black octagonal oscillatory chambers visible in the center of the main propulsors of these UFOs.

Part #F: Undergrounds of the church of Saint Andrea Bobola:
#F1. Underground town under Milicz, and its links with the church of Saint Andrea Bobola:
Motto: "A second underground town is hidden under Milicz."
       If in a small Milicz the ground has suddenly become transparent, then surprised people would see that under the foundations of their town hides actually yet another whole town. It is the labyrinth of underground tunnels that secretly connect with each other the most important buildings of Milicz. At the /time when I was a little boy, about this maze of tunnels people were speaking openly in Milicz. There still were then many open entrances into it. Then these entrances have gradually been walled up. Until some mid-1960s was unleft open even one of them. Furthermore, people who visited these tunnels, or knew something important about them, disappeared from this world in various mysterious ways. Was all this just a coincidence of circumstances - I will try to explain this in item #F3 from this web page.
       As I explained this earlier, in the basement of the church of St. Andrew Bobola in Milicz, immediately after the war there was an entrance to the underground network of tunnels under the town of Milicz. However, this entrance has been bricked up in the 1950s. The entire this labyrinth of tunnels under Milicz is described on a separate web page about the town of Milicz - see in there items #D4 and #D5, and captions under "Fig. #D3", "Fig. #D5", "Fig. #D7", "Fig. #D8", "Fig. #D28", and "Fig. #D29". (Especially see the caption under "Fig #D29" which describes a connection of this entire labyrinth of tunnels under Milicz with cellars of the church of St. Andrew Bobola.)
       I should add here, that the small tunnel also is to be found in the village Wszewilki - near to Milicz. In Wszewilki that tunnel ran straight as an arrow from the former Romanesque church of Wszewilki to centre of the cemetery in the woods near Wszewilki, where its secret exit was hidden in one of the tombs. A description of this small tunnel is included, among others in item #C2 from the separate web page about the village of Wszewilki, and also in item #C5 above on this web page.

#F2. Cellars under the church of Saint Andrea Bobola in Milicz, and their connection with the system of tunnels from under Milicz:
       In the days just after the Second World War, undergrounds of the Protestant church in Milicz (the one shown in "Fig. #D2 (#29)" above) were accessible for the curious people. Except that in that time the church had already been renamed into the Roman Catholic Church dedicated St. Andrew Bobola. These people who entered into these undergrounds told that the basement is filled up with pilles of old coffins.
       At that time there was one gruesome detail which hit their eyes at that church's basement. It was a dried and mummified body in a German uniform, pinned with the bayonet from a Russian rifle to one of the coffins. This German was probably a member of a miniature German garrison, which in Milicz defied the advancing Russians. While his comrades in arms were killed - as this is described in detail in item #C1 from the separate web page dedicated to the Battle of Milicz, he probably run out of the city-hall via underground tunnel which at that time linked the town-hall with the Evangelic church. Then he was hiding from Russians in the basement of this church. Unfortunately for him, it was not a far-sighted move, since it is known that after the capture of a town marauders from the victorious army of always pillage churches in search of liturgical gold (after all, churches they can find most easy because of their towers). So unfortunately for this German, he was discovered by Russians. Russians pinned him with a bayonet to stack of these wooden coffins. Then the bayonet was broken, so that the body that German soldier was hanging out of coffins. Shortly thereafter it dried up like a mummy. Over the next few years this dead person in a German uniform was a macabre attraction for visitors to these undergrounds.
       Highly interest in these events is the revealing of the phenomenon of this natural capacity of the undergrounds from the church of St. Bobola to mumify human corpses. Not every place and not every undergrounds on Earth have this capability. In fact, it is rather unique. For example, the ancient Egyptians believed it to be so valuable, that in order to form in a technical way they were in there tediously build giant pyramids. I wonder what in the church from Milicz causes the appearance of this rare phenomenon.

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Fig. #F2 (#3): Appearance of a typical underground tunnel from the medieval period.
       This tunnel is accessible to the public in Kłodzko. Entrances to it are by the Kłodzko town-hall and by the Klodzko fortress. It is well lit, secured against getting lost, and full of medieval exhibits, so it is worth of seeing - I highly recommends seeing it. A whole labyrinth of underground tunnels similar to the above is also under Milicz. In the days until the end of World War II, these tunnels were accessible and kept in good condition. There was then an open tunnel connection between basements from all churches in entire Milicz, including the Evangelical Church from the photograph "Fig #D2 (#29)" above, and the whole system of remaining tunnels under Milicz township. However, later the entrances from these churches undergrounds to that tunnel system were bricked up.

#F3. Rich treasures, or extremely important secret - what really is hidden in undergrounds of Milicz:
Motto: "The more strongly a given fortress is defended, the more valuable content it has."
       I personally believe that something very important was well hidden in a maze of underground tunnels from Milicz. It is something so important that someone already continually for over 70 years puts out a lot of effort to stop people from finding it. Of course, one need to ask the question, what facts confirm that there is indeed something so important hidden in these undergrounds. Well, there are numerous such facts. None of them contradicts neither the rules of engagement ("modus operandi") of Werewolves underground organization described in item #E2 from the web page named wszewilki_uk.htm, nor contradicts historical facts that are already known to us. Let us review these facts. Here they are:
       1. Persistent rumors that undergrounds from Milicz hide something very important and valuable. Immediately after the war among the people of Milicz numerous rumors circulated that hidden in underground tunnels was something very precious. As the source of these valuables historical events were indicated, for example the Hussite invasion of Milicz - after which no one survived from those who know where were bricked up the the valuables of the rich (because owned by the bishop) town of Milicz (see item #D30 from the separate web page named milicz_uk.htm). Also indicated was the escape of Maltzan family - who did not manage to take their valuables, and apparently also bricked them up in the undergrounds (although I have heard, that in the basement of their palace, not in tunnels of Milicz - unless they mean the Milicz tunnels that are running under the palace). Moreover, in last minutes of the war, in Milicz undergrounds upposedly was also hidden something extremely valuable by German militaries. Immediately after the war many people from Milicz were looking for these valuables - but I have never heard that someone actually found something really worthwhile. More interestingly, the secret search was carried out in those dungeons even by the communist authorities - and they probably had at their disposal a source of information on which they could rely.
       2. Mysterious disappearance of all entrances to tunnels under Milicz. Entrances to the system of underground tunnels under Milicz in some strange way, suddenly disappeared. But in times of my starting the elementary school (i.e. in the 1950s) there was a lot of these entrances. However, until the time when I graduated from that school and I started the high school, survived only two of them (i.e. in ruins of the castle and the burned town-hall cellars). But even those were gone by the time I graduated from the high school. The disappearance of these entrances very clearly reminds me of a rapid disappearance of entrances to the tunnels under the Babia Góra Mountain - which according to legends, also conceal some important secret for the mankind (for the descriptions of these tunnels - see the Polish treatise [4c] about tunnels under Babia Góra.
       Out of accesses to the tunnels under Milicz which I still remember, the most commonly used and the most tidy one was located in the basement of a house located approximately opposite the bookstore used in Milicz in time of my youth, which in old days was located on a one-way outlet street from the Milicz central place - for more details see item #D5 from my web page named milicz_uk.htm. But this entrance has been bricked up but back in the 1950's. Other frequently used entrance was a kind of "staircase" from the interior wall of the Milicz Castle (not to be confused with the Palace in Milicz), in the south-east corner of the castle. It also was piled high with rubble in the 1960s. There was also the entrance to the tunnel in the well from the castle in Milicz (this well was collapsed and damaged in the 1960's) - the well was located in the courtyard of the Milicz Castle. Other entrance to the tunnel was in the basement of the town-hall burnt down in the last stage of the war (for details see item #C1 from the web page named bitwa_o_milicz_uk.htm. Now this basement is concreted under the central market of Milicz. Further entrances were in the basement of the Church of St. Andrew Boboli, in the basement of the Palace in Milicz, and in the tomb of Margrave Maltzan. All these entrances have been systematically destroyed. At the moment the situation is such, that in order to get into these tunnels, it would rather be necessary to "trench" (dig) into them, instead of looking for their destroyed entrances. Thus, for example, one would need to first find their location with the help of so-called "ground-penetrating radar", and only then could "dig" down to them.
       3. Unexplained deaths of all these people who knew too much about these tunnels. In a very systematic way, almost all natives of Milicz who knew anything about these tunnels, were murdered one by one. Their secret murders are described on the separate web page named wszewilki_uk.htm. What is even more suspicious, is that it looks like also the people who searched these tunnels in the days immediately after the war (when they still were accessible) were expedited at lightning speed to the other world still in the days of their youth. For example, at a young age has died also, amongst others, Zbyszek about which I wrote in the caption under "Fig. #D3" from the web page named milicz_uk.htm.
       4. "Planting the forest around the tree that one wants to hide". In Poland sometimes is used a strategy, the best description of which is the saying "if you want to hide a tree, then plant a forest around it." Now, if someone watches closely what is going on in various forums on the internet, then there should be no doubt, that around the case of tunnels under Milicz is just planted a whole forest. As an example, it is worth to have a look on the forum
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       In my view, the above evidence strongly suggests that something really important is hidden in the underground tunnels Milicz. But is it a treasure - I am not sure. After all, instead of hiding it - someone would rather stole it. I personally believe that this something is rather some concealed heavy objects (such as historical church records, or large historical museal artefact objects), that confirm the past of Milicz and Wszewilki - e.g. objects hidden by Maltzans, or military equipment used by the organisation of "Werewolves". After all, one can easily imagine what would happen if e.g. the information about "Werewolves" provided in item #E2 from the different web page named wszewilki_uk.htm, suddenly was confirmed by the discovery of such artefacts. How then would look like the opinions of those detractors who on the Internet laugh now regarding that matter.

Part #G: Touches of supernatural from the area of Milicz:
#G1. Sapieha - means a bat-like flying mischievous "wizard" from the area of Milicz:
Motto: "In every story hides a grain of truth."
       Every area of the world has its own manners of scaring children, which are slightly naughty, but not enough naughty to deserve for a slap. If I remember well, in years 1970s in Wrocław one could effectively scare almost every kid on a street through reminding a "black hand" to it. But why kids from Wrocław of that time were extremely scared of this "black hand" being reminded to them, it is always going to remain a mystery for me. In times when I was small, children from the vicinity of Milicz (i.e. from the area including Wszewilki, Stawiec, and Cieszków), were scared by the warning "Sapieha flies". However, this particular warning originated from much older times. From family stories it is known to me, that with the same warning in these areas children were scared already in times when my parents were children. This in turn means, that the flying "Sapieha" raged in areas of the present "gmina" Milicz not later than at the beginning of 20th century. (But equally well he could operate in there already much earlier - as it is NOT known to me with whom and how were scared parents of my parents when they were still children.) I searched for any written information about evil bahaviour of anyone from the family of Sapieha out of these areas - which behaviours would provide any indications as to the origins of this strange warning. But I found nothing specific. (If anyone amongst readers knows anything on this subject I would be grateful for letting me know.) The only thing that I managed to find, is the legend "About count Sapieha, cunning tailor, and devils" (in the Polish origin "O księciu Sapieże, chytrym krawczyku i diabłach") published, amongst others, on the web page, but originating from the book [F1] by Stanisław Świrko, "Orle gniazdo: Podania, legendy i baśnie wielkopolskie" (Wydawnictwo Poznańskie, Poznań 1969, strony 201-204). But I suspect that the Count Peter Sapieha from Koźmin, who is the main character of this legend, does not have anything to do with the warning "Sapieha flies" used in the area of Milicz - in spite that all these places lie within the "scope of patrolling flights of a single wizard".
       According what is known to me about this warning "Sapieha flies", this Sapieha supposed to be a local "wizard" (a "wizard" is a male equivalent to a "witch"). He lived somewhere in the area and was known to local people. He had huge wings like a gigantic bat. These wings were used at nights when he patrolled "his" area. In these patrolling flights he searched for lonely victims who either traveled alone at nights, or were forced to work alone at night. After finding a victim, he usually tormented it on many different ways, trying to cause the death of this victim. He caused this death NOT by personal killing the victim, but through either scaring it to death, (e.g. through causing a heart attack), or through making it to run until the victim fell to some bog, water, hole in the ground, or old well, where the victim drowned in the result of a panic escape. In winters he supposedly had the custom to draw his victims far from settlements, where they died out of cold, scare, or exhaustion. Supposedly he needed these deaths of innocent people in order to maintain his magical powers.
       The manner of murdering people by the "wizard" Sapieha corresponded to the presently known manner on which today UFOnauts murder people. As this is explained on web pages about destructive uses of UFO vehicles, and also about bandits in our midst, UFOnauts also almost never kill directly. Rather they induce or bring something, that is to cause death of a given victim. So that the responsibility for a given death always falls onto this something, not onto UFOnauts. Of course, this something that kills for UFOnauts also each time is different. For individual people it is either a deadly illness, e.g. cancer, or a cunningly arranged "accident". In turn for group deaths it always is either a catastrophe, or an appropriately controlled forces of nature. For example, in case of collapsing of the hall in Katowice by UFOs it was the smashing of the roof of this hall with magnetic forces, which was carried out by a UFO vehicle that remained invisible to human sight. In case of evaporation of WTC buildings by UFO vehicles it was a supposed terror attack. In turn in case of tsunami of 26th December 2004 induced by UFOs the real cause was an underwater explosion of a UFO vehicle.
       Similarly like a majority of us, when I already grew out of the age when this scaring had any effect on me, I treated this stories of old folks from the area of Milicz about the "wizard" named Sapieha, the same as each one of us treats them - namely with a big pinch of salt. But the matter got complicated when I emigrated from Poland and discovered that folklore stories about exactly the same evil creatures with bat-like wings are known in cultures of practically entire world. These creatures are known even on islands which were completely cut out of the rest of the world. What even more interesting, the majority of precise details of these creatures is repeated exactly the same in folklores of completely different parts of the world. Because logically it is difficult to imagine that old-timers living in such diverse parts of the world had a kind of conspiracy and agreed that all of them are going to describe the same creatures, the only other explanation for such an omnipresence of the same details of these evil creatures, is that such creatures actually existed. What even more interesting, various people claim that they meet these creatures sometimes even in present times.
       With the use of illustrations which I am providing below on this web page, I try to document that creatures of the type as this "wizard" Sapieha from the vicinity of Milicz in fact are known practically in all areas of the world. In all descriptions these creatures have the same key attributes - in spite that depending on the local culture these attributes can be illustrated on slightly different ways. So here are these illustrations:

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Fig. #4abc: Female "devil" with what looks like bat wings. In order to allow a better examination of her wings and system of 3+1 clawed fingers on hands and legs, she is photographed from two directions. (Further explanations concerning this "she-devil" are provided on the separate web page about [b]evolution.) Supposedly just such "bat wings" had a flying wizard popularly called "Sapieha", who in first years of 20th century used to terrorize people from the area of present administration of Milicz gmina. (Only that this "Sapieha" was a male, not a female.) Even in years of my childhood local autochthons scared children with a warning "Sapieha flies"! [/b]
       The above figure of a "female devil" originates from the culture of Pacific (i.e. a far east of the Earth), or more strictly from the city of Suwon in South Korea. But in Poland just such creatures that have only four clawed fingers, were also known. It is about just such a devil writes a famous Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz in his poem "Pani Twardowska" (i.e. "Madam Twardowski"), quote: "... he had chicken leg and cock fingernails ..." (in original Polish language "... kurzą nogę i krogulcze miał paznokcie. ..."). Looking at "cock legs" of this female devil one can easily work out who on Earth invented the fashion for women "high-hill shoes" - in order to hide in the hills of these shoes this inconveniently sticking out back claw. On the figure of the above devil attention captures a kind of "snake pattern" o her skin. (This pattern can be seen the best if one magnifies this photograph to the entire computer screen by clicking onto it.) This is probably because of the strange snake pattern that these creatures have, that many present UFO abductees claim that they saw a race of "lizards" on a UFO deck. This pattern is perfectly known to New Zealand Maoris. In order to somehow get sympathy from these intimidating creatures with magical powers, New Zealand Maoris make tattoo of a similar pattern on their faces. This Maori pattern tattooed on their skin on image of the pattern from skin of these "devils" or "wizards" is called moko. The real function of these "bat wings" in creatures that in past were called "devils" or "wizards", while presently are called UFOnauci, was explained only recently by newest findings of paragliders. It turned out that such "wings" assist in better maneuvering during flights in the air. In fact they are just made as special additions to the paragliders costumes. It is worth to notice, that the creature from the above photograph looks as if it has two pairs of hands. One pair of her clawed hands lifter up spreads her wings, while another pair is placed along side of the body thus giving her a human appearance. These two pairs of hands are simply an outcome of misunderstanding. These creatures have only a single pair of hands - similarly like people do. Only that the folklore was unaware that their "wings" are actually appropriately designed "pelerine" which only takes the shape of wings when during the flight this creature lifts her hands up. So old-timers believed that these creatures are like birds - means have wings that are separate from hands and legs. They overlooked that when these creatures walk on Earth with their hands hanging on sides of body, their "wings" simply turn into a kind of a coat with a pelerine. The cut of this coat until today is imitated by the upper part of official suits of dignitaries and orchestra conductors, popularly called "dress coat", "tails", "claw hammer", or "tuxedo". (Interestingly, the name "tuxedo" is just a "combination of sounds" which carries in itself the meaning "transportation clothing"; hence the word "tux" for it, which is used as an informal American name for "tuxedo" and which is closely related to the word "taxi".) Ordinary people noticed that these officials (or rather creatures which impersonated them), who in old times were having power and money, frequently worn just such "dress coat" with a pelerine. So ordinary people started to imitate the cut of these "tails" in the official clothing for Earthly humans.
       Fig. #4a (click on this "green" message in order to see the photo enlarged): The female devil-UFOnaut photographed in a side view. It reveals especially well the location and side appearance of clawed toes on legs of this creature. For this it is worth to have a good look at the left leg of this devil. Furthermore, the photo shows quite well the appearance of 3+1 fingered hand-palms. (Her true hands are these which she lifted up.) One must admit that these creatures do NOT belong to most pleasant in the appearance and interaction. No wonder that warrior-like Maoris were terrified of them really panicky. In Poland and in Europe the local folklore also knows such evil, three-plus-one digit female creatures, which independently from the expression "she devil" in old times were also described with names a "bad witch", "Baba Jaga", "duce", "imp", "elf", and a whole range of other names. Another photograph which also shows one of these 3+1 finger female creatures described by folklore of not only Europe, but also the rest of the world, is shown as the (click here) Fig. 7b on the web page about aliens.
       Fig. #4b (click on this "green" message in order to see the photo enlarged): The female devil-UFOnaut photographed in a front view. This time the photo reveals well the frontal appearance of their legs and hands with #+1 digits. I should add here that the above photograph, and also photograph "Fig. #4c", are shown and comprehensively explained also on the web page memorial. In turn, from a completely different point of view the above photograph is analyzed and discussed on web pages about evolution and castle in Malbork.
       Fig. #4c (click on this "green" message in order to see the photo enlarged): The empty space left after the speedy removal of the female devil-UFOnaut soon after this web page brought the attention of public (and UFOnauts) on the existence of this evidence and the meaning of it. This photograph of an empty space left after the speedy removal of the "female devil" shown here illustrates also perfectly how long are tentacles of our secretive occupants from space, and how thoroughly these occupants remove from the Earth all evidence of their existence about which the information break through to the public knowledge, without any regard to the historic, cultural, or sentimental (memorial) value of this evidence. After I took the above photographs and published them in Internet, around two months later by a chance I passed near the place where the sculpture of this "female devil-UFOnaut" was exhibited. Through some strange act of God just in that moment of time a pitch-black van with black (smoked) windows arrived at the area of this sculpture. Several old-fashioned clothed man in black with black sunglasses come out from the van. Looking at them I thought that they resemble typical "Man in Black" (MIB) and that I should take a photo of them. However, something immediately started to persuade me in my mind "why you try to endanger yourself by taking a photo of these individuals - they could be gangsters or some secret spies". This is because emanated from them a strong feeling of threat, danger, and hostility. Their facial expressions were also very hostile and repulsive. I found them quite threatening. I personally imagine, that similar facial expressions probably had, or one should expect that they had, faces of staff of concentration camps, professional executors, or mass murderers. So I have not taken their photos, but only watched what they are going to do next. They approached the sculpture and all like on a silent command started simultaneously and in silence watch it with strangely synchronized movements. They walked around it and examined it from all directions, then silently they sit into their van and drove away. Several days later I noticed that the sculpture was NOT there any more. When and how it was removed - I have no idea. What even more interesting, this sculpture added a charm to the place, while an empty space that that it left is hitting now like a hole after a tooth pulled out. It is now clear that the goal of these MIB was to identify that the sculpture was really the one that I described on this web page, and then to remove it immediately. If I know this when I saw these MIB, then for sure I would take the risk of recording them on a photo. This is because now I am certain that in fact these were UFOnauts (MIB) and that they arrived especially to destroy this next evidence of their activity on the Earth - as this is described on the web page memorial. As it can be seen the tentacles of the global organization of UFOnauts are long, which their grip on the neck of humanity - really iron. In this situation I suggest to make a copy of the above photographs, as it is easy to predict that they also soon will be destroyed somehow by UFOnauts - like it was done with all other evidence on the secretive occupation of the Earth by UFOnauts notoriously hidden from people.
       Of course, I am aware that if someone begins a discussion about the removal of this sculpture, changelings-UFOnauts will conveniently argue that the disappearance of it was just only a timely "coincidence" or "converge of unfavourable circumstances". After all, in their arguments every evidence for their secretive occupation of the Earth, and every meaningful event, is just such a "coincidence". In reply to such arguments I would like to explain here, that according to the philosophy of totalizm, in the physical world there is NO such a thing as a "coincidence". Everything has its causes and effects. Thus, without important reasons no-one removes sculptures which beautified a city, which are in perfect technical conditions, and which after the removal do leave an ugly hole that looks like a hole in frontal teeth of the city. In fact I saw in the world (and also in Suwon - where this sculpture was located) incomparably uglier sculptures in much worse technical condition and no-one was removing them - fact that these sculptures did NOT illustrate the bitter truth about "devils-UFOnauts".
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Fig. #5abc: Wooden figures carved by New Zealand Maoris with a primitive technique that did not know metals. All these figures clearly reveal that the intimidating "supernatural creatures" which in past visited and persecuted Maoris from New Zealand, used to have four fingers with claws on hands and on legs, and a strange "snake pattern" on the skin - i.e. exactly the same as it is visible on the more precise sculpture of a "female devil" shown in "Fig. #4" above. Although these figures originate from a different culture than the European one, still they illustrate exactly the same kind of "devils" which tormented also the entire Europe.
       The above figures illustrate quite well what actually was the anatomy of these "supernatural creatures" which in past show themselves up to Maoris, and also how looked like this "snake-skin pattern" on their skins, which become a blueprint for the Maori moko tattoo. In all Maori figures it is shown consistently that these creatures had (3+1) clawed fingers and toes. In Europe such vindictive and hostile towards people creatures most frequently were called "devils", while presently they are called "UFOnauts". But Maoris called them with the use of an entire array of other names, which usually do not have neither Polish nor English equivalents. An example of these names is the Maori god named "Uenuku" ("Uenuku" is described in item #D1 from the web page named newzealand_visit.htm) and the mob of his tribesmen and helpers. However, the name most frequently used by Maoris is "Taniwha". "Taniwha" hides actually two different categories of monsters, both of which the warrior-like Maoris are horrified. (Some Maoris claim that they see these "Taniwha" even presently.) I was very intrigued by this name "Taniwha". So I completed a research aimed at discovering what actually Maoris understood originally by this mystical name. This research revealed, that the name "Taniwha" was given by Maoris to both, (1) flying vehicles which we currently call "UFO vehicles", as well as to (2) diabolic crew members arriving in these flying vehicles, means to creatures which currently we call "UFOnauts". Further information about these Maori "Taniwha" can be found on the web page newzealand.htm - about New Zealand. Other name frequently used by Maoris for these mischievous, vindictive, and immoral creatures, was Patupaiarehe (tj. means "people of mist") and "Turehu" - i.e. equivalent to English fairies and elves. These names can be approximately translated as "devils". But they include also a whole array of other creatures hostile towards people, which our ancestors used to know, but about which we gradually forget. Their examples are "imps", "duces", "jins (e.g. this from the 'Aladdin Lamp')", and these "wizards" flying like huge bats. These creatures arrive to the Earth even currently. Only that they almost do NOT show themselves to people. Only sometimes in various victims of night abductions to UFOs are left on arms or legs four blue bruises from their four-digit hands, formed into a characteristic (3+1) pattern and sometimes having point punches of skin caused by their sharp crow-like claws. Here it is what subsequent photographs are showing:
       (#5a - left) Very old wooden figure, which I photographed in March 2006 in the Museum in Christchurch, South Island of New Zealand. But very similar Maori figures can also be found in practically almost every museum of New Zealand. As in all Maori figures of that type, it clearly shows that the creature which it immortalizes had 3+1 fingers. (Interestingly, on Tuesday, 3 June 2008, evening television news of New Zealand show imprint of a human-like foot on Mars, which (the footprint) had just 3+1 toes. (You can see this footprint if you type keywords "footprint on Mars" in Google images.) The question which can be asked in connection with this footprint, is whether it was imprinted by the same Yeti-like UFOnaut, the walking of which along the surface of Mars was captured on the photograph shown in item #E6 of the web page newzealand.htm - about mysteries and curiosities of New Zealand.) Furthermore, the above wooden figure emphasizes also unproportionally large genitals of the creature portrayed on it. (Such large, always erected penises are emphasized on many Maori figures of these 3+1 finger creatures.) As this is illustrated and explained in "Fig. #1" from the web page parasitism.htm - about parasitism means the philosophy of immorality, stagnation, aggression and unhappiness, UFOnauts use special plastic stiffening inserts in their penises, which cause that their penises are especially large and always in the state of continuous erection.
       (#5b - centre) Wooden figure of the Maori Taniwha, which scares visitors to geysers in Rotorua. I also photographed it in March 2007 in the Museum of Geysers in Rotorua on the North Island of New Zealand. On the hand of this creature one can clearly notice 3 clawed fingers. Although from this direction of photographing it is not visible very clear, one still can notice that from special holes for claws in the front of their shoes, also only 3 claws are sticking out from each leg. In the Maori culture these Taniwha always are shown in a manner which supposed to induce fear. After all these were creatures that one should fear. Thus in their carving Maoris emphasize these attributes of the creatures, which induce fear. In this case it includes inhumanely long tang - these evil creatures could leak their own chest, three-plus-one fingers and toes, with dangerous, cock-like claws, this scary "snake" pattern "Moko" on their skin, and also this evil pet-lizard called "Moko-moko" that hanged over their chest.
       From my own studies it appears, that "Moko-moko" was in fact a kind of high-energy weapon, which these creatures used against Maoris. This weapon was always carried by Taniwha - hanging on their chests, means in the same way as people carry today machine guns in the readiness to shoot. Because during the use this weapon become like "alive" and obediently carried out orders of its owners, the Maoris who did NOT know technical devices explained it to themselves as a kind of pet-lizard which normally sleeps motionlessly, but on the command from the owner it rapidly becomes alive and "bites to death" the indicated victim.
       This green lizard hanging from the tang of this "Taniwha" just is a "Moko-moko". Notice that the mouth of this Moko-moko is directed towards intestines of its master, as if this lizard contemplated whether it should bite the intestines and only the fear stopped it from biting. Moko-is a very scary kind of monster. For Maoris it was the second god of death. The first god of death was for Maoris a gigantic female called "Hine-nui-o-Te-Po". She was the godess of ordinary parting with life. In turn the lizard "Moko-moko" was a god of a special (horrifying) way of dying, which presently we would describe with the name of "radiation illness". Maoris believed, that this terrible death was caused by such an invisible lizard eating up intestines of a given victim. In turn this lizard was, amongst others, an obedient pet of "Taniwha" (and "Uenuku") that obeyed commands of these creatures. About the "Moko-moko" comprehensive explanations are provided in subsection C1 monograph [5]. At this point I should reveal, that UFOnauts have a weapon of some sort which generates a high-energy beam (laser beam or ions). Effects of the use of this weapon are similar to these described by the Maori folklore as an outcome of being "bitten by a Moko-moko". On Thursday night of 15 Marc 2007, around 4 am, I was abducted to a UFO deck, where I was shot into my belly with the use of this horrifying weapon. More exact description of this shooting is provided in item #D3 (3) of the web page about karma. In the result of this getting shot, my body on the belly disintegrated, leaving a hole of a pencil diameter. I even took photographs of this hole, but it is too ghastly to be shown in public. This shooting me in belly was carried out within a whole string of various persecution that vindictive UFOnauts carried out on me for reasons described in item of the web page about Wszewilki of tomorrow.
       The reader probably wonders how it is possible that an inanimate object that is a kind of weapon used by aliens, could be interpreted by Maoris as a specially deadly-biting lizard. But if one considers carefully the situation in which Maoris were then, and also the knowledge that Maoris had, then immediately such an interpretation of the weapon ceases to surprise. After all, this weapon was able to get "alive" in hands of their "masters" and to "bite" the indicated person. But Maoris of these times did NOT know machines nor know the fact that machines are able to "become operational" similarly like living creatures do. Everything that surrounded Maoris, was then subdivided onto two categories only, namely onto inanimate objects, such as e.g. stones, and onto living creatures, such as e.g. fish or lizards. Because this weapon sometimes could become "alive" in hands of aliens, it could NOT be an inanimate object, but must be a living creature. Similarly believed primitive Europeans of ancient times, which considered UFO vehicles to be living creatures belonging to a kind of flying snakes called "dragons" or "serpents" - as I try to realize this to readers on the web page about evidence of UFO activities on Earth. (Speaking of "dragons", in cultures of countries which draw "dragons" on almost every object, e.g. China, Korea, or Mongolia, "dragons" most frequently are illustrated as kinds of flying lizards, the four legs of which have 3+1 clawed fingers-toes of the design identical to fingers-toes illustrated on the photograph from "Fig. #4".) The only problem that Maoris had with the weapon of aliens, was the kind of living creatures to which it needed to be qualified. Their choice was a deadly-biting "lizard" probably for several different reasons. Firstly, every weapon, even the one that projects a laser beam or a stream of ions, must have a kind of a "barrel" from which it delivers its deadly charges. In turn looking at such a barrel from the position of a future victim, one quite well sees the similarity of it to a lizard with an open mouth. After all, even our present kinds of weapon viewed from the direction of a person being shot at, also look like lizards - as an example see a photograph of "pepesha" PPSh-41 shown in "Fig. #1d" from the web page about the Battle for Milicz. Not mentioning that in many countries of the Far East, e.g. in Malaysia, China, Korea, or Japan, in old times e.g. small cannons were shaped in such a manner that in appearance they resembled sculptures of lizards, from the open mouths of which bullets were ejected. Another reason for which the weapon of aliens Maoris considered to be deadly-biting lizards, was the fact that most of time this weapon was inanimate, means it behaved as if it "sleeps". In turn in New Zealand there is a kind of lizard-like creatures called tuatara which for many hours can persist completely motionless, behaving as if it was an inanimate object. Finally every weapon emits a kind of sound during shooting. It is highly probably that the evil weapon of aliens described here emits during shooting a noise similar to that of chatting of lizards.
       (#5c - right) Also a very old wooden Maori figure from the museum in Dunedin, South Island of New Zealand. On the free hand with which this creature plays with its own weapon, one can clearly notice the set of 3+1 clawed fingers. Highly interesting is also the weapon itself with which this clawed creature plays. This weapon represents a motionless (means "sleeping") "Moko-moko". However, such a sleeping Moko-moko was called differently than Moko-moko in the alive state when it was "biting" the indicated victim. For example, it was called Wahaika, Patu, Kotiate, Maripu, Mere, etc. robably all these names immitate original names of various designs of the same basic weapon of these creatures. After all, our human firearms also are called on many different ways - depending on what design of it someone has. Some versions we call pistols, others machine guns, Kalashnikovs, or pepeshas, etc. Similarly as in our firearms, almost in all immitations of this alien weapon one can clearly distinguish a kind of a barrel and a butt. In immitations called Wahaika and Maripu one can even see triggers, and also remnants of a back-sight or view-finder. (These immitations with a religious accuracy were manufactured by Maoris, who carved them in wood, bone, or stone. Because they were copied now we can see them in museums or in the internet.) Only that these immitations Maoris used later like clubs - means they grabbed them by barrels and hit enemiess with their butts. In order to imitate the original green colour of Moko-moko, Maoris most treasured a copy of this weapon when the imitation copy was carved from a fragile green nephrite (also called "jade" or "greenstone"). Of course, from the military use point of view the weapon carved from brittle nephrite (jade or greenstone) does NOT make any sense. After all, it disintegrates onto small pieces in each impact with weapon of the enemy or in each hitting of something hard. But from the point of view of prestige, means Maori "Mana", having an imitation of the weapon that faithfully reflects both the shape and the green colour of the sleeping and motionless "Moko-moko" had, and still have, a huge significance to Maoris. Maoris were not worried at all neither by the brittle material their weapon was made of, nor by the clumsiness of this weapon. They sincerely believed that due to the immitating nature, this weapon have acquired part of magical powers of the original weapon of aliens. Thus it allows the users to overcome easily the enemies.
       In the culture of New Zealand Maoris there are numerous objects which according to legends originate from aliens. Another example of such objects are white toys with which in present times play Maori women, and which are called poi. Movements and appearance of these toys imitate small white UFO probes called "orbs" that are described in item #I3 of the web page explain.htm - about scientific interpretation of authentic photographs of UFOs.
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       More information about the cosmic origins of evil creatures currently called UFOnauts, while in past called "devils", one can find on the web page about God. In turn more exact descriptions of the appearance of this race of UFOnauts which looks identically to people, and thus which can secretly change for selected people without being noticed by us, are provided on separate web pages named "Antichrist", "UFOnauts", "evil", "aliens", "26th day", or "Malbork".)
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Fig. #6abc: Here are anatomical details that repetitively hit human eyes in creatures which our ancestors used to call "devils", while we now renamed them misleadingly into "UFOnauts". Especially noticeable amongst these common anatomical details of "devils-UFOnauts" are buttocks-like protrusions on their chins. These protrusions are described also on web pages named "Antichrist", "UFOnauts", "evil", "aliens", "26th day", or "Malbork". Other equally characteristic detail of their anatomy is that hair grow upwards on their heads.
       (#6a - left) The handle of a very old sword. It has a head of "devil" (i.e. "UFOnaut") carved on it. Interestingly, although this sward was made very long ago, the "devil-UFOnaut" it portrays is very similar in appearance to the "Batman" from present American films. In turn his pattern on face by Maoris called "moko" is clearly illustrated on present American films about the "Spiderman". This sword is exhibited in the "War Memorial" from Seoul, South Korea. The most interesting attribute of it is, that it shows a creature which anatomically almost identical to the "devil" from the right photograph "#6c", although anatomically much different from typical humans. For example, the chin of this creature from Korea has similar protrusions as the chin of the "devil" from the photograph #6c taken in Europe. This in turn means, that in spite both these photographs (i.e. #6a and #6c) show figures carved on opposite ends of almost inaccessible (at least in times of their origins) super-continent of Europe-Asia, still both sculptures immortalize genetically related creatures. This in turn reveals, that so-called "devils" are NOT at all some non- existing, "mystical" beings, but are physical creatures made of flesh and blood, only that technically highly advanced, which utilise their high technology for hiding from sight of people. The "devil" from handle of this sword has black skin, similarly as these Maori "Taniwha" from New Zealand shown in photographs "#5a" and "#5b". Furthermore, on the face of it also a "crocodile skin pattern" is visible, which by Maoris is called "Moko". This means that the "devil" from Korea displays anatomical attributes (e.g. this "Moko") which are well known in "devils-UFOnauts" from New Zealand that at that time was isolated from the rest of the world. It also worth to notice the shape of nose of this "devil". It was just such a nose that a Polish poet, Adam Mickiewicz, described in the poem "Pani Twardowska", quote: "... nose like a hook ...". The same nose is shown on photographs of Maori's "Taniwha" from #5a and #5b. Looking at this nose one has difficulty to resist an impression that it resembles to us someone very well known. Such a "hook-shaped nose" is a second (after a nose elongated like a carrot) typical appearance of noses of "devils-UFOnauts" which like to change into people from the Earth.
       (#6b - central) A photograph the entire sword with the head of "devil" (UFOnaut) on the handle, the enlargement of which is shown on photo from the left side #5a. The shocking in this sword is that in spite of being crafted in Korea, the anatomical attributes of the "devil" immortalized on its handle thoroughly coincide with attributes of "devils-UFOnauts" seen in Europe and in New Zealand - and all this in spite that in times of making this sword Korea did NOT have contacts with Europe nor with New Zealand. This in turn means that "devil-UFOnauts" are global creatures, which in past persecuted humanity (and persecute it still until today) practically on every continent and on every island of the world.
       (#6c - right) Also very old carving of the "devil" (i.e. present "UFOnaut" from the race similar to people), from one of European churches. The exact description of anatomy of these "devils-UFOnauts" shown on this sculpture and in appearance identical to people, was described on several web pages listed previously. Here I only show it to illustrate the high anatomical similarities of it, with the figure of the "devil" from #6a on the left.

Part #H: The work of "magic" is a fact, not just a wish or speculation:
#H1. What is principle of action of magic:
       The source of magic and all "supernatural" acts of people, and also the source of supernatural powers and capabilities of some inanimate objects, is the special kind of intelligent energy which the philosophy of totalizm calls the "moral energy". (The same intelligent energy is utilised by people that practice so-called "martial arts", e.g. "kung-fu", for accomplishing kinetic effects that contradict known laws of physics - Chinese call this energy "chi".) Slightly wider descriptions of this "moral energy" is provided in items #D2 and #E2 from the totaliztic web page named malbork_uk.htm. People who master the ability to order this intelligent energy what it supposed to do for them, in fact are able to complete various "magical" actions which completely contradict the known laws of physics and nature.

#H2. "Death walkers" from old China:
       The correct use of magic based on orders issued to the intelligent "moral energy", can cause that dead people in fact start to walk. For example, Chinese practice the centuries long tradition that their dead are buried in family graves from the area where their clan originates. So even when some amongst them died far from the home, his or her body was still brought back to his family cemetery and buried only in there. Of course, in old times there were no fridges. Thus bodies of dead people decayed very fast. Therefore, in times that proceeded the existence of fridges and fast transport, in China existed the magical profession of the "death walkers". On page 94 of the book [1#G3] by Frena Bloomfield, "The Book of Chinese Beliefs" (Arrow Books Ltd. (17-21 Cornway Street, London W1P 6JD, Great Britain), London 1983, ISBN 0-0993190-0-4, 213 pages), is provided a description of that ancient Chinese capability of causing that bodies of dead people marched by themselves. Individuals who had this skills were called in cases when someone died far from the home, while present fridges and fast transport were NOT invented yet. In such a case the "death walker" cast appropriate "spells", while the dead body was standing on its legs and started to rhythmically walk just on its own to wherever it was directed by such a "death walker". A report from the march of such bodies, quoted after the witness from Hong Kong (see [1#G3] page 94) who in person experienced and remembered such an event, is provided below. Here it is:
       "I was just a little boy, about ten years old, and one day my mother came in and said I mustn't go outside or even look out of the window, no matter what happened. Of course, I was very excited by this and I wanted to know why. She covered all the windows and locked them and then locked the doors and she told me that the dead would be walking through our village very soon and no one could go out while they passed through. Everyone believed that you would die if you looked at the dead walking through. The only one who wouldn't die was the person who had this special power over them. So we sat inside our house and, sure enough, after a while we heard the sound of them coming. Heavy footsteps in a steady rhythm. We kept very quiet in case they would know we were there and the whole village was quiet, just the same. Not even the dogs or chickens made a sound. And we sat still for a long time after they'd gone, afraid to go out. And that was how I learned about the walkers of the dead."
       Principle of operation of "dead walkers" is also described in subsection I5.7.1 from my newest monograph [1/5]. In turn the utilisation by people the principles of "making alive" inanimate objects is described in subsection NG5 from volume 12 of abovementioned monograph [1/5].

Part #I: Summary, and the final information of this web page:
#I1. The summary of this web page:
       Old folklore stories of past people we usually treat with a big pinch of salt and we tend to forget them fast. But this web page indicates that such stories frequently contains very vital information - which it is much more beneficial to remmeber and to analyse scientifically.

#I2. How with the web page named "skorowidz_links.htm" one can find totaliztic descriptions of topics in which he is interested:
       A whole array of topics equally interesting as these from the above web page, is also discussed from the angle that is unique to the philosophy of totalizm. All these related topics can be found and identified with the use of content index prepared especially to make easier finding these web pages and topics. The name "index" means a list of "key words" usually provided at the end of textbooks, which allows to find fast the description or the topic in which we are interested. My web pages also has such a content "index" - only that it is additionally supplied in green links which after "clicking" at them with a mouse immediately open the web page with the topic that interest the reader. This content "index" is provided on the web page named skorowidz_links.htm. It can be called from the "organising" part of "Menu 1" of every totaliztic web page. I would recommend to look at it and to begin using it systematically - after all it brings closer hundreds of totaliztic topics which can be of interest to everyone.

#I3. Other web pages which discuss matters that facilitate a better understanding of supernaturality, churches, etc.:
       A whole range of web pages of totalizm listed in Menu 4 and Menu 2 presents subject area which has various links with topics discussed on this web page. Therefore I warmly recommend the reader ghaving a look at these web pages. Probably most vital amongst them are two web pages, namely (click on them to run them):
Furthermore, I would also recommend to read web pages

#I4. Emails to the author 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, opinions, descriptions, or information which in their opinion I should learn, are provided on the web page named pajak_jan_uk.htm (for its version in the HTML language), or the web page named pajak_jan_uk.pdf (for the version of the web page "pajak_jan_uk.pdf" in safe PDF format - which safe PDF versions of further web pages by the author can also be downloaded via links from item #B1 of the web page named text_11.htm).
       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.

#I5. A copy of this web page is also disseminated as a brochure from series [11] in the safe format "PDF":
       This web page is also available in the form of a brochure marked [11], which is prepared in "PDF" ("Portable Document Format") - currently considered to be the most safe amongst all internet formats, as normally viruses cannot cling to PDF. This clear brochure is ready both, for printing, as well as for reading from a computer screen. It also has all its green links still active. Thus, if it is read from the computer screen connected to internet, then after clicking onto these green links, the linked web pages and illustrations will open. Unfortunately, because the volume of it is around a double of the volume of web page which this brochure publishes, the memory limitations on a significant number of free servers which I use, do NOT allow to offer it from them (so if it does NOT download from this address, because it is NOT available on this server, then you should click onto any other address from Menu 3, and then check whether in there it is available). In order to open this brochure (and/or download it to own computer), it suffices to either click on the following green link
or to open from any totaliztic web site the PDF file named as in the above green link.
       If the reader wishes to check, whether some other totaliztic web page which he or she just is studying, is also available in the form of such PDF brochure, then should check whether it is listed amongst links from "part #B" of the web page named text_11.htm. This is because links from there indicate all totaliztic web pages, which are already published as such brochures from series [11] in PDF format. I wish you a fruitful reading!

#I6. Copyrights © 2015 by Dr Jan Pajak:
       Copyrights © 2015 by Dr Jan Pajak. All rights reserved. This web page is a report from outcomes of research of the author - only that is written in a popular language (so that it can be understood by readers with non-scientific orientation). Majority of ideas and presentations providedd on this web page (and also in other publications by the author) are unique for the author’s research, and thus from the same angle these ideas were NOT presented by any other researcher. As such, this web page presents a number of ideas, inventions, theories, illustrations, tables, etc., which are the intellectual property of the author. Therefore, the content of this web page is the subject to the same laws of intellectual ownership as every other scientific publication. Especially the author reserves for himself the moral credit and copyrights for the scientific theories, discoveries and inventions, photographs, illustrations, tables, etc., mentioned or utilised on this web page. Therefore, the author reserves that during repeating any idea presented on this web page (i.e. any theory, principle, explanation, deduction, interpretation, device, evidence, proof, discovery, invention, photograph, illustration, table, etc.), the repeating person revealed and confirmed who is the original author of this idea (means, as it is used in creative circles, the repeating person provided a full moral "credit" and recognition to the author of this web page), through a clear explanation that a given idea is repeated from the web page authorised by Dr Jan Pajak, through indication of the internet address of this web page under which this idea was originally explained, and through mentioning the date of most recent update of this web page (i.e. the date indicated below).
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