Why the Need to go to Space When we Have Oceans to Explore? Someone Not Wanting to be Found?

Decades after the Apollo moon missions suddenly stopped (or went black, out of public view) countries around the world and billionaires are wanting to get back to the Moon and Mars. According to official sources, 12 men set foot on the lunar surface from 1969-1972. But with the information presented by various researchers and confessions from people like Ben Rich, the head of Lockheed Martin’s Skunkworks, who famously told a group of people including Jan Harzan, one of the executives from MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) that ‘we now have the technology to take ET home’ while presenting an image of a black disc flying off into outer space, the jury is out for many people, others are laughing in the aisles. Discernment and disinformation. You choose.

Having said this, the desire to travel to our nearest celestial neighbours leaves me with a question. Why spend all this money, using technologies that are primitive at best (compared to what’s being developed behind closed doors, not at least with 21 trillion dollars of missing monies from the US governments coffers) when we have a relatively unexplored ocean and ocean floor that we know less about than our moon! The BBC released an article on June 21, 2020, on a Project mapping the ocean’s floor. It stated, ‘When the Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project was launched in 2017, only 6% of the global ocean bottom had been surveyed to what might be called modern standards. That number now stands at 19%, up from 15% in just the last year. Some 14.5 million sq km of new bathymetric (depth) data was included in the GEBCO grid in 2019 – an area equivalent to almost twice that of Australia.’ Consider these words ‘modern standards’ in the text. What does that mean? The article continues and says, ‘Certain spacecraft carry altimeter instruments that can infer seafloor topography from the way its gravity sculpts the water surface above – but this only gives the best resolution at over a kilometre’. That leads me to another question. What is the Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project going to find with a resolution of 100 meters instead of 1000? 

From another article, Howstuffworks, ‘The entire ocean floor has been mapped, but only to a resolution of 5 kilometers (3 miles). (That means that we can see any features larger than 5 kilometers.) That doesn’t mean we’ve explored or even seen the entire floor, even with instruments; the job is done by using radar to measure the sea’s surface, giving us an idea of where bumps and dips in the ocean floor lie. It’s a pretty cool feat, but the maps of the ocean floor still aren’t as detailed as maps of the planets around us. If you consider how much of the ocean floor we’ve seen and can report on, we’re talking 0.05 percent of the ocean, mapped with the highest resolution of sonar.’ Why isn’t there a vested effort to plumb the depths of the oceans and BEFORE we venture off again into space??? With so much left to discover?

Thanks to the incredible research and intuitive leanings of investigative journalist Graham Hancock, some significant underwater archaeological sites have the attention of the global populace, from Krishna’s Dwarka in what is now India,to Yonaguni near Japan, these sites during the last Ice Age were above the water. As the Ice Age ended and the caps began to melt, the water levels astonishingly rose to 300 ft in some parts of the planet. What else is down there that would have been above the ocean level at the end of the last Ice Age? Think of the area labelled Sundaland, in South-East Asia, millions of square miles of land that landlocked the entire region, now beneath the ocean, waiting for greater exploration.

Off the western end of Cuba, in 2001 Pauline Zalitzki, a marine engineer, and her husband Paul Weinzweig, owners of a Canadian company called Advanced Digital Communications (ADC), were working on a survey mission in conjunction with the Cuban government off the tip of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula in the Pinar del Río Province of Cuba, when their equipment picked structures that, ‘appeared completely analogous against the barren ‘desert’ of the ocean floor and seemed to show symmetrically organized stones reminiscent of an urban development.’ this information once again seeing the light of day in 2014, after over a decade since its discovery and consequent sweep under the marine archaeological rug. When April Holloway from Ancient Origins highlighted the discovery, and then in 2018-2020 by Daniel Lizst, with his Dark Journalist X-Series, acknowledging the area as The Hot Zone, because of the various countries fighting over this stretch of water and its contentious underwater surprises, we had a chance to move the culture forward with greater exploration and discovery of this area, and beyond into the oceanic vastness.

These archaeological ruins speak of ancient cultures, lost to the climatic disasters, much like the historical sinking of the continent of Atlantis, this leads me to more questions,

could any of these cultures adapted to the rising sea levels due to their technological prowess? Therefore thriving in areas of the ocean where no exploration has ever discovered their presence? 

If these civilisations were human in appearance, could they infiltrate and associate with our society, and then return to their own at will? Could these civilisations be in contact with various representatives in the top echelons of society, bargaining their technology for their existence to be kept a secret? Is that why the race back into space is taking precedence over the journey into the depths of the ocean? 

In a world of infinite possibilities, all cards are on the table. Sighting of Unidentified Underwater Objects is not only a modern phenomenon, Christopher Columbus reportedly had a USO sighting during his 1492 voyage to the Americas. In his log, he recorded “a small wax candle that rose and lifted, which too few seemed to be an indication of land.” Determining later that this sighting was out towards the open sea. In modern times on the Joe Rogan Podcast #1361, former U.S. Navy Commander David Fravor, told of his experience of a fellow pilot who was picking up spent munitions off Puerto Rico who saw a circular-shaped object beneath the water suck down a practice torpedo they were assigned to retrieve.

My intuition tells me that there many layers to why the oceans aren’t the next great voyage of exploration (at least in public) of humankind. Yes, I can conceive of alternative civilisations existing beneath the oceans’ surfaces that are of human nature that once were surface dwellers during an epoch when the oceans were much higher. I can also entertain the presence of extraterrestrial races having bases in the most remote underwater caverns, hollowed-out extinct volcanoes and mountain ranges, but to me, the most telling, and perhaps where these two paradigms may well meet in their technological prowess and secret agreements lies on the island of Andros, in the Bahamas where the US Navy has its own Area 51 called AUTEC (Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center). Here the US Navy has been since 1964 (publicly) testing its advanced underwater vehicles, weapons, and systems, and trains and certifies its submarine captains and crews. Is this the place of origin for the USOs seen in the modern age? What we see on the surface of the base, like its Nevada counterpart could well be the tip of the iceberg as to who or what lies beneath…

What lies on the oceans floor for us to discover?

https://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/oceanography/deep-ocean-exploration.htm space the final frontier?? REALLY?

http://mahabharata-research.com/about%20the%20epic/the%20lost%20city%20of%20dwarka.html Krishna’s Dvarka isn’t a myth… it’s a historical location.

https://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-americas/what-happened-sunken-city-cuba-001883 In the HOT ZONE…

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-53119686 Mapping the oceans depths… modern standards please.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3666820/Mysterious-giant-pyramid-spotted-ocean-floor-Alien-hunters-claimed-spotted-Kraken-say-ve-seen-ancient-UFO-base-Google-Earth.html speculation aside, what will this be when it’s ‘mapped by modern standards?’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jChYgVFCWNA still flourishing? Maybe…

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a29417939/unidentified-submarine-objects/ USO’s with Joe Rogan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FB3ngWGwShs Ben Rich… Lockheed Skunkworks

https://sofrep.com/news/the-navy-has-admitted-that-ufos-exist-will-usos-be-next/ Is THIS where disclosure will come from? The OCEANS???

https://www.businessinsider.com.au/navy-area-51-autec-in-the-bahamas-2016-10?r=US&IR=T AUTEC… the oceanic Area 51

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Lrkwe2Su8c&feature=youtu.be My intuition with the USO narrative being the nature of a manufactured DISCLOSURE coming forward is on the money. I for one am not convinced that this will be a disclosed event that will prove the existence of off world civilizations so much as a military industrial complex underwater base and USO craft being revealed, or an ancient civilization that’s eons ahead of what we see in the public sphere being ‘rediscovered’. Remains to be seen…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu_HX2Z1QOI&feature=emb_logo I have no doubt this is a HUMAN constructed craft and from an underwater base occupied by contemporary modern humans. NOT Aliens.

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