While non-believers expected that a recent deep sea dive to uncover an unidentified object would prove to be nothing more than an unidentified rock formation, what they are coming up with is more questions than answers, posing the inevitable question – are we really alone?I’ve always been a fan of Mulder and Scully, positing that maybe the truth is really out there. And while previous theories have all been debunked, a recent deep sea dive into the Baltic to check out what they believed to be an unidentified rock formation is having researchers scratching their heads in wonder and a bit of amazement as well. Possibly shock.
A recent Swedish expedition found the object and likened it to Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon because of its shape.
Ahh, so that’s where I parked it
One diver, Peter Lindberg believed it to be only stone but commented that it had to be “something else.”
At the center there is an egg shaped hole and around the hole is a very strange rock formation that looked “like small fireplaces” and “were covered in something resembling soot.” What makes this really strange is that there is no volcanic activity in that area at all. So where does the soot come from? (Cue X-Files music…now.)
And while divers are stating that it had to be made by nature, even they are stating that it is strange. Stefan Hogeborn, a member on the Ocean X explorer team summed it up really well – “I can’t explain what we saw, and I went down there to answer questions, but I came up with even more questions.”
Also found at the location was a 985 foot trail described “as a runway or a downhill path that is flattened at the seabed with the object at the end of it.”
Aside from being the Millennium Falcon, another theory is that it is a plug to the inner world. Dum dum dum….
Originally found as part of a search for World War I wrecks (the bottom of the Baltic is said to be a “treasure trove for shipwreck hunters”), the Ocean Explorer team is very excited about this find, which has the potential to be earth shattering. Although, some are still skeptical about the find and questioning how well the sonar technology is working. And unfortunately, there is no way to find out what is inside, so that will still remain a mystery.