Baltic Anomaly II: Soon we shall know

The first article in this series was published at the beginning of this month, about a spectacular find under the Baltic Sea. A dome, lying at the end of a runway. The more the divers from Ocean Explorer discovered, the more questions they revealed.

On July 1, Pravda.Ru published the first in the series Baltic Anomaly, under the authorship of Timofei Belov*, about the Ocean Explorer from Sweden which went to investigate a strange dome-shaped disc 275 feet below the sea between Sweden and Finland, lying at the end of what seems to be a runway 1,500 metres long. Lying on top is a spherical object and under it a pillar rising straight up from the seabed, 60 metres thick.

Scans reveal perpendicular walls and staircases inside, leading downwards, as if this is the top of an underground structure. The team came back with some fascinating results and promised to go back down.

They are there now, fighting against the currents, the murky blackness of the waters and some technical problems and will come back to land on July 21, with more details of the main structure and another mysterious object some 200 metres away which looks like a Gothic church window. Technical problems seem to be a mainstay for those who approach the object, for on the first dive, everything stopped working in a radius of 200 metres around the object.

The divers will come back this weekend with reports from the scientific experts on board the Ocean Explorer. Pravda.Ru will cover the event. Don't miss this story. This anomaly is the gateway to where, when or what?

"When we went out and saw the walls which were straight and smooth, it was frightening, as in a science-fiction film" - Dennis Åsberg - Ocean Explorer Co-Founder.

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey




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Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey