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Baltic Sea Anomaly: New Evidences Reveal a Massive Crash in the Area

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Many specialists in different fields and the Ocean X Team themselves generally agree that the anomalous objects are ancient, probably dating from before the Ice Age 140,000 years ago.
In three expeditions to the anomaly last summer the divers discovered mysterious features that to this day defy conventional explanation.
 Long ‘corridors’ with vertical walls, strange angular depressions, an abnormal “radio” signal above the object, a separation between the disc-shaped object itself and the raised seabed on which it rests, strange temperature and compass deviations, super heated organic materials on samples recovered for testing, not to mention at least one sizeable round hole in the surface going into the object, which today still remains unexplored. 
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Artist Hauke Vagt’s revised and updated image of what the anomaly looks like in it’s entirety.
The first sample was a rock removed from the surface of the object. 
The results from these tests showed that it was basalt rock with traces of burnt organic material. 
The Weizmann Institute of Science and the Institute of Archaeology in the Tel-Aviv University performed the tests on this sample. 
The ple.scientists’ report indicated that they were puzzled to find these materials, which “would most likely be found in a modern construction, such as on a ship wreck in this case”.
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      That’s from last year….




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