Baltic Sea Anomaly
Today we will be exploring the speculation, conspiracy and ‘possible’ (?) reality of the Baltic Sea Anomaly.
Firstly, where and what are we talking about.
The anomaly is found in the Baltic Sea (hence the name) in the centre of the Gulf of Bothnia. It rests or protrudes from the bottom of the Sea at a depth of 91 meters (almost 300 feet). Stockholm being the nearest large city in proximity.
It was discovered by Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åberg and the Swedish “Ocean X” diving team using sonar imaging in June 2011.
Originally the finders stated they imaged a 60-metre (200 ft) diameter circular rock-like formation which had characteristics similar to ramps, stairs and other non-biological traits. One such trait was that upon returning to the cite to gain clearer images the anomaly was said to have shut down all electrical equipment.
Internet pundits and tabloid journals jumped on this anomaly and speculated that it was either a UFO, a portal into another world, remnants of a lost civilisation or an underwater Stonehenge.
Well interestingly samples have been taken and analysed of the structure which are said to show granites, gneisses and sandstones. With one sample containing a single loose piece of basaltic (volcanic) rock. This led scientists at Stockholm University to conclude that the Baltic Sea Anomaly is a glacial deposit leftover from when the Baltic Sea was carved out by moving glaciers during the Ice Age.
However, if the divers did find anomalous material, evidence of a UFO, lost high tech city or a portal to another dimension (a topic we will cover later) then perhaps this information would be suppressed by university and government alike?
Will we ever know the truth? Rumour is the original finders are in talks with a television company to revisit the cite and reveal all on our small screens — we will have to wait for that.
For now I am still holding on to the hope that it looks like the artist impression below.
Keep hunting for the truth!