Saturday, 25 January 2014

An UFO crash in Baltic Sea from The Ocean Explorer' divers

Here is  a news update on the Baltic Sea UFO/Anomaly. I am afraid we end up with many more fascinating questions then we get answers but none the less this is still a great story with many unresolved answers. This was published in the Swedish Newspaper Expressen on May 24, 2013.
The circle in the Baltic Sea continues to perplex.
New test results from Israel shows that a part of the circle is metallic – and researchers there think it is a metal that nature itself can not manufacture.
Swedish researchers say the opposite.
- It can be created in nature, but it has different conditions in different waters, says geologist Fredrik Klingberg.
In June 2011, the divers Dennis ├ůsberg and Peter Lindberg, a mysterious discovery on the Baltic seabed. Ocean X team found a circle with a diameter of 60 meters almost 90 meters into the sea. Previous test results from Tel Aviv has shown that there have been burnt organic material on the circle.
Now, the new test results from another part of the circle. Result from Israel shows that the bit is metallic and contains limonite and goethite.
Professor Dr. Steve Weiner of Israel says to the divers that there is a metal that not nature can produce itself.
- I do not know what to believe anymore. The response from Tel Aviv, the object that we found a metal that is designed, makes you get goose bumps, says diver Dennis ├ůsberg.
“It is not at all surprising”

1 comment:

  1. It´s difficult to examine the holy grid of your father, specially if he is alive
    and you or we all is his children and he doesn't agree with our action.
    I believe we will never get to know before it´s to late.
    There is of course something we are not suppose to know, we would never
    be able to continue a "normal" life, every thing is "they" or "Him" what ever we call them or "It".
    I once had a 3 degree meeting and will never get it out from my head.
    To call them "alien" is to call the human modern man a "freak" or a boy playing with fire in a dry Forest.