Swedish article translation:
Tags: baltic, circle, discovered, giant, seabed, traces, ufo
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I put a Q to the Zetas re this and yes, it is UFO related...but trace evidence:
SOZT: This is indeed a track left by a UFO but this will NOT include the UFO itself, nor was the track the result of a crash. Ocean bottom ooze was solidified during a landing, turning ooze into a type of rock by heat or other particle emissions on the surface of the UFO. EOZT
ZetaTalk for July 23, 2011
I doubt very much that this is a UFO but it is still interesting...and in the news:
July 21, 2011 9:29AM
A SWEDISH team searching for booze on the bottom of the ocean may have found a UFO instead.
The Ocean Explorer team made several million dollars back in 1997 when it located the wreck of the trade ship Jonkoping.
On board was a consignment of 1907 Heidsick Monopole Gout Americain, the corks of which were popped late last year after wine buffs snapped up the bottles for around $13,000 apiece.
That's kept Ocean Explorer team leader Peter Lindberg in the deep-sea suds search business ever since, but nothing he's found has caused as much controversy as a circle that turned up on a sonar survey on June 19.
Mr Lindberg didn't say much about it at the time apart from releasing the image and ruling out theories that it may be a land mine or algae bloom.
Obviously, that didn't generate enough attention, so now, after further examination, Mr Lindberg has gone public with some more details about the dimensions of the disc.
I played with the image and a half dozen filters.
I'm not sure what it is but the oval pill shape on the left side is pretty well shaped for plant growth, on using an outline filter there is also what seems to be a bent to the right hook shape above it hooking to the right. Who knows.
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