UFO Conjectures

Monday, June 18, 2012

The Baltic underwater UFO

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  • Nevermind a Lucas ship. It looks much more like the USS Defiant of Star Trek Deep Space Nine. ;-)

    I just hope this turns out to be something interesting, even if it's naturally made. So much anticipation!

    ~ Susan

    By Blogger Brownie, at Monday, June 18, 2012  

  • Susan:

    It is an interesting "artifact" that is certain.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, June 18, 2012  

  • It's Atlantis.

    By Blogger purrlgurrl, at Monday, June 18, 2012  

  • It's obviously a stone gate fallen on its side.

    By Blogger Unknown, at Tuesday, June 19, 2012  

  • This is an atypical report with little or no background information on the geology of the floor, the depth, the nature of the samples,etc in order to offer a educated guess. It is an interesting example of a knee jerk, popular culture superimposition of a bias projection in regard to the possible.
    Underwater structures off the coast of Cuba, India, Japan and the recent excavations in Spain leading to a tsunami scenario for "Atlantis" are much more tantalizing in regard to the revising history, specifically toward sea level depths, mythology and the capture of water in The Ice Age in relation to former these long lost and forgotten coastline structures. The debris field could have been the trail of a vertical collapse, pushed by severe wave action. While this too seems far fetched, who is to say definitively? I think of the huge lost harbor of Alexandria. Spaceship? Time will tell, but it's highly unlikely in regard to other possible origins.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, June 19, 2012  

  • After the last ice age, "Doggerland" submerged into the North sea. Perhaps this happened with the Baltic sea as well and it's a manmade stone structure. The smaller, nearly identical one near it would seem to suggest structures that are artificial.

    ~ Susan

    By Blogger Brownie, at Tuesday, June 19, 2012  

  • Susan added this to her comment (above):

    Ancient "Doggerland" submerged into the North Sea (circa 13,000 yrs. ago)...The smaller, similar structure near it seems to suggest...these were buildings or parts of buildings.

    Isn't that fascinating in itself, Brownie?

    There's a palpable mystery here, maybe not an alien crashed disk mystery but an archaeological mystery that needs clarification.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Wednesday, June 20, 2012  

  • Indeed, it is fascinating!

    I subscribe to a couple of Archeology blogs and to my amazement none have been posting about this. Perhaps they think it's a bit sensationalistic when the term "UFO" gets thrown around in the reports, but still....

    Well, I do think we're going to find out, sooner or later, about these structures and then the people who built them.

    ~ Susan

    By Blogger Brownie, at Wednesday, June 20, 2012  

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