The leading guest on Coast to Coast AM on Thursday, June 28, 2012, was Linda Moulton Howe, who, along with Whitely Strieber, first broke the news of the Baltic Sea “UFO” to Coast to Coast listeners. Howe came on the show to discuss the newest findings on the mysterious object hidden deep beneath the Baltic Sea.
Peter Lindberg, co-owner of Ocean Explorer out of Stockholm, Sweden, has just returned from his second expedition to the Baltic Sea and Linda brought along recordings of a discussion they had regarding some new, puzzling details he uncovered.
According to Lindberg,
“We have very sophisticated sonar and we could see it was very straight angles and lines and walls, everything is in 90 degrees. So, on this circular object there are a lot of these straight lines and box shaped things and when we came close enough to see it through the video camera our first reaction was it was concrete. We have been working as commercial divers for many years so we have worked with concrete under water. It looks like a bridge foundation or something.”
Lindberg also says the anomaly has about 20 times higher radiation than normal, although the radiation isn't at a dangerous level. When Howe asked him what he thought caused the radiation, Lindberg explained that the Baltic Sea has more radiation than any other body of water on Earth simply because of the Chernobyl accident in 1986.
Lindberg says that some parts of the object look very smooth, like they had been ground down by ice 10,000 years ago, but at the same time there are very straight lines and angles. Of course, Howe chimed in to make a connection between Gobelki Tepe and the object in the Baltic Sea, theorizing that it's possible they were both built during the same period of time.
Lindberg also talked about a small circle of stones found on top of the object, off to one side. This circle of stones is approximately 3 feet in diameter and Lindberg says it resembles a fireplace.
But what was most interesting is Lindberg's discovery that there's another stone object underneath the original stone or cement disc. This second object is a pillar, which is definitely made of stone, according to Lindberg. Lindberg says the entire structure looks like a champagne cork and he and his crew were unable to determine if both objects were connected in some way.
Lindberg says his divers also saw several cracks in the surface that were approximately 2 to 3 inches wide, with what looked like magma spilling out of them. The also found black stones on the object which have no silt on them, which is mysterious because nearby are stones that do have silt, suggesting that maybe something in the stones is repelling the silt.
According to Linda Moulton Howe there's still much to learn about the mysterious object in the Baltic Sea and Lindberg and his crew already have a third expedition planned for late July. She believes that there's already plenty of evidence to indicate the structure is not natural, and since the technology for creating something of this size and complexity didn't exist 12,000 years ago, we need to consider the possibility of alien assistance.
Visit Linda's website at Earthfiles.com to see pictures and get the latest updates on the Baltic Sea phenomenon.
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