Posted by Deus Nexus on June 3, 2013
Reposted from: UFO Sightings Hotspot.
A news update about the Baltic Sea anomaly was published in the Swedish Newspaper Expressen on May 24, 2013.
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The circle in the Baltic Sea continues to perplex. New test results
from Israel shows that a part of the circle is metallic – and
researchers there think it is a metal that nature itself can not
Swedish researchers say the opposite. It can be created in nature,
but it has different conditions in different waters, says geologist
In June 2011, the divers Dennis Åsberg and Peter Lindberg, a
mysterious discovery on the Baltic seabed. Ocean X team found a circle
with a diameter of 60 meters almost 90 meters into the sea. Previous
test results from Tel Aviv has shown that there have been burnt organic
material on the circle.
Now, the new test results from another part of the circle. Result
from Israel shows that the bit is metallic and contains limonite and
Professor Dr. Steve Weiner of Israel says to the divers that there is a metal that not nature can produce itself.
-I do not know what to believe anymore. The response from Tel Aviv,
the object that we found a metal that is designed, makes you get goose
bumps, says diver Dennis Åsberg.
Swedish scientists have a different view.
Limonite and goethite close to hand with the BOG-IRON ORE.
For me, this could be nodules, they are in many seabeds, says Fredrik
Klingberg, a geologist at the Geological Survey of Sweden.
Martin Jakobsson, marine geologist at Stockholm University: -It is
not at all surprising that you found those subjects, nature can produce
it itself, he says The divers also found the stones of granite lying on
top of the object and received information that indicates that the
object has been there for 14 000 years.
-Then it could be done by people in the past. Before the Ice Age low
was a lake where the Baltic is now and the subject is on the coastal
strip, said Dennis Åsberg.
Martin Jakobsson think this sounds reasonable. -I have said it before
and are still clinging to it – it seems to be a geological objects that
had lain there for long. Ambiguities about the mysterious circle makes
-I am very skeptical about the whole thing, so difficult, it should
not be that hard to find out what it really is. One can make such
documentation at that depth, says Johan Rönnby, professor of maritime
archeology at Södertörn University.
Dennis Åsberg agree that it is mysterious – but says he’s happy to
receive help to find out what it is. All are welcome, they are welcome
to come down and dive here. We can not do it, we do not have the
resources required, he says.
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