Stories of aquatic alien life on earth are fantastical, but eyewitnesses claim these alien beings are actually living in Earth's oceans and lakes. There are a few well-known reports from reliable people who claim to have seen these aliens, and their stories are difficult to dismiss. There is a rush to silence these eyewitnesses that aquatic alien life is using Earth's oceans, but why?
True Deadly Encounter With Aquatic Aliens
In 2009, the Russian Navy declassified several UFO records documenting encounters with alien life forms. One incident took place in Siberia at Lake Baikal. Known for its 5,000 foot depths, the lake has long been surrounded by tales of UFOs or more aptly USOs (Unidentified Submerged Objects).
A tragic incident with underwater aliens happened in 1982. Russian Navy divers were undergoing training in Lake Baikal when they witnessed several humanoid creatures at 160 feet deep. Perplexed, the divers watched the nearly 10-foot tall creatures dressed in tight fitting metallic suits. The beings wore a type of helmet, but showed no signs of a breathing apparatus. When the creatures noticed the Russian divers, they descended very quickly into the dark depths of the lake.
Upon the divers' report, another team was ordered to descend the depth of the lake and capture one of the alien beings. When the team descended and encountered the beings, they attempted to capture one in a net.
The aliens came to the rescue of their comrade by shooting the Russian divers with what was described as a sonar waves weapon. This weapon rendered the Russians defenseless as they were catapulted toward the surface.
Due to their rapid ascent, the divers suffered from the bends, but the military only had one decompression chamber available nearby. Unfortunately, the chamber could only decompress two people at a time. Those in charge decided to attempt to help the divers four at a time. Tragically, it's reported that three divers perished and one survived to suffer with life-enduring damage to his health.
Eyewitness Video Removed From Internet
One of the most famous story of aquatic aliens came from a well-known and highly respected National Geographic director of photography, Luis Lamar of OceanX in the summer of 2019. Lamar made a rather open and honest video about his experience, but soon after the video was uploaded onto YouTube, it disappeared and all links to it showed an error message of video no longer available. What did Lamar say in that short video that caused such an Internet buzz?
A couple of YouTubers downloaded the original video and placed it on their channels. However, those also disappeared from YouTube. International Business Times published an article that discussed the pulled video. But, soon after the article was published, it, too, disappeared and the linked page was diverted to a dead link page with the message, "PAGE NOT FOUND, This article was removed because it did not meet the IBTimes' editorial standard."
So, what was so profound about this video that made the gatekeepers panic? The deleted video was shot with Lamar sitting in a mid-sized boat on the water. He stated, "I think, in the ocean, I have come across, potentially, beings from another heavenly body that are more highly advanced than humans." Yes, those were his exact words. It was easy to hear by the inflection of his voice that he chose his words wisely and carefully. He paused at the word potentially to emphasize it.
Lamar went on to describe many unusual venomous sea snakes, chemosynthetic worms, sharks, and orcas that he's seen over his years while exploring the ocean. He then added, "Some sort of, you know, hyper-advanced aquatic alien creatures inhabiting the shallow waters, which almost look like stingrays." Lamar said all this in a very matter-of-fact way and then described how beautiful the underwater is.
Leaked USO Video From U.S. Navy
Along with aquatic aliens are the numerous reports of USOs disappearing into oceans and lakes. Other reports tell of USOs shooting out of the water and disappearing into the sky. This type of report is far more common than actual encounters underneath the water, with aquatic aliens swimming about the ocean's depths.
Among the three leaked U.S. Navy UFO videos in 2017 is one taken from a battleship off the coast of San Diego. The video shows the radar image of the UFO hovering above the water and being tracked by the battleship radar center. After some time, the UFO submerges into the ocean, much to the surprise of the radar operators.
Shag Harbour USO Sighting
Many of the USOs have been sighted either above or below water. On October 4, 1967, several people witnessed a USO crash into the water of the small fishing village of Shag Harbour in Nova Scotia. Captain Leo Mersey was piloting his boat when he noticed four blips on his radar. He spotted the four brilliant lights in the sky forming a rectangle.
His 20 crewmen were on deck and watched the objects descend into the water. Other eyewitnesses only saw one object. All heard the impact of the UFO that reportedly sounded like a bomb whizzing to the Earth.
An airplane pilot saw the object and reported that it was 60' in length and had lights around it. Multiple eyewitnesses on land watched the object moving in a rapid yet controlled descent into the water. Some reported seeing a white light remain on the surface of the water after the USO was submerged. The captain attempted to reach the white light, but it was gone by the time his boat got to the area.
The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) investigated and sent a rescue dive crew to recover the debris, only there was no debris. Nothing was ever found that would indicate anything had happened. Did the USOs return to an underwater base or did they travel under water only to emerge from some distance away and return to space?
NASA Scientists Speculate about Aquatic Alien Lifeforms
In 2013, Space.com reported NASA scientists hypothesized how aquatic aliens might evolve on other planets. Albeit, that life would be quite different from life on Earth. It was the discovery of exoplanets Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f, two worlds possibly known as water planets, 1.6 and 1.4 times larger than Earth that stimulated the discussion and speculation.
In fact, NASA's Ames Research Center team leader, Bill Borucki, speculated about alien life forms was quoted on Space.com as saying, "We think, in fact, life [on Earth] might have begun there." The planets are 1200 light years from Earth, but Borucki didn't elaborate on how he thought life from those planets arrived on Earth.
Does Aquatic Alien Life on Earth and Other Planets Exist?
There are many possibilities when it comes to aquatic alien life form on Earth and on other planets. The exploration of the Earth's oceans might eventually present proof of aquatic aliens.