The UFO Files
by Jordan Yerman |July 28, 2009 at 07:43 am
Lake Baikal, the world's deepest lake, was the site of several UFO encounters, according to the Russian navy.
Declassified records going back a generation reveal several encounters with what are described as UFOs. Only a year ago were scientists were able to reach the bottom of Lake Baikal, located near the border with Mongolia.
In one case in 1982, military divers training at the lake said they spotted a group of humanoid creatures dressed in silver suits at a depth of 50 metres.The records describe enounters not only with humanoid figures beneath the water, but also unidentified vehicles moving too quickly to be naval vessels.
Vladimir Azhazha, former navy officer and a famous Russian UFO researcher, says the materials are of great value.Source: http://www.nowpublic.com/strange/lake-baikal-russia-reveals-ufo-encounters
Original Source: russiatoday.com
UFOs 'Prefer Water' For Close Encounters
12:09pm UK, Tuesday July 28, 2009
Declassified files on the Russian Navy's encounters with UFOs have suggested the objects are big fans of water. A number of incidents were reported at Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world, including powerful lights and objects coming out from the water, Russia Today said;
In one case in 1982, military divers training at the lake said they spotted a group of humanoid creatures dressed in silver suits at a depth of 50 metres.On another occasion, a nuclear submarine on a combat mission in the Pacific Ocean detected six unknown objects. The captain of the vessel ordered the crew to bring it to the surface after failing to shake off the pursuers. The objects followed them up before flying away into the sky, the newly published files claimed.
Further mysterious events happened in the Bermuda Triangle area, including instruments on ships and submarines breaking down for no apparent reason. Former navy officer Rear Admiral Yury Beketov said deliberate disruption from UFOs, which were detected "moving at incredible speed", could have been to blame.
He said: "It was like the objects defied the laws of physics. There's only one explanation: the creatures who built them far surpass us in development."
The records, which date back to Soviet times, were compiled by a special navy group tasked with collecting reports of unexplained incidents from submarines and military ships.
Circles in Thin Ice, Lake Baikal, Russia
download large ISS image (376 KB, JPEG) acquired April 25, 2009
download large MODIS image (2 MB, JPEG) acquired April 20, 2009
odd Circles in
Thin Ice, Lake Baikal, Russia
Late in April 2009, astronauts aboard the International Space Station observed a strange circular area of thinned ice in the southern end of Lake Baikal in southern Siberia. Siberia is remote and cold; ice cover can persist into June. The upper image, a detailed astronaut photograph, shows a circle of thin ice (dark in color, with a diameter of about 4.4 kilometers); this is the focal point for ice break up in the very southern end of the lake. A sequence of MODIS images indicates that the feature was first visible on April 5, 2009.
Baikal contained another, very similar circle near the center of the lake above a submarine ridge that bisects the lake (ice circles are indicated by arrows in the lower MODIS image from April 20). Both circles are visible through April 20, 2009. Clouds cover the center of the lake until April 24, at which point the circular patch of thin ice was becoming a hole of open water. Similar circular ice patterns—although not nearly as distinct—have been documented in the same central area of the lake in April 1994 (during the STS-59 Shuttle mission) and in 1985 (during the STS-51B Shuttle mission).
While the origin of the circles is unknown, the peculiar pattern suggests convection (upwelling) in the lake’s water column. Ice cover changes rapidly at this time of year. Within a day, the ice can melt almost completely and freeze again overnight. Throughout April, the circles are persistent: they appear when ice cover forms, and then disappear as ice melts. The pattern and appearance suggest that the ice is quite thin. The features were last observed in MODIS images on April 27, 2009.
What can cause convection, bringing warmer waters to the surface? Hydrothermal activity and high heat flow have been observed in other parts of the lake, but the location of this circle near the southern tip, over relatively deep water, is puzzling.
Lake Baikal is unique in many regards. It is the largest (by volume) and deepest (1,637 meters at the deepest point) fresh water lake on Earth. It is also one of the world’s oldest lakes (25-30 million years old); sediment deposited on the bottom is up to 7 kilometers deep. The lake’s long, thin, and deep shape results from its location in the Baikal Rift Valley.
As a United Nations World Heritage Site, Lake Baikal is considered one of Russia’s environmental jewels. It is home to an amazing array of plants and animals, many of them unique to the ecosystem. The lake’s biodiversity includes fresh water seals and several species of fish that are not found elsewhere on Earth.
Astronaut photograph ISS019-E-10556 was acquired on April 25, 2009 with a Nikon 2DXs digital camera fitted with a 400mm lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations experiment and Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, Johnson Space Center. The image in this article has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast. The image in this article has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast. Lens artifacts have been removed. The International Space Station Program supports the laboratory to help astronauts take pictures of Earth that will be of the greatest value to scientists and the public, and to make those images freely available on the Internet. Additional images taken by astronauts and cosmonauts can be viewed at the NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. Caption by Cynthia Evans, NASA-JSC.
Instrument: ISS - Digital Camera
SOURCE: NASA EARTH OBSERVATORY
Il Lago Baikal in Russia
Lake Baikal in Russia
Un altro luogo dove
sono stati riportati numerosi casi
anomali è da individuarsi nel lago Baikal in
Vengono riportate le
testimonianze di alcuni pescatori
i quali affermano di aver visto delle luci molto
intense risalire dal fondo
del lago per poi planare in volo radente sulla
"Io credo che
l'ipotesi di basi sottomarine aliene non
debba essere scartata", afferma Vladmir
" Lo scetticismo è
la strada più semplice:
credere in niente, non fare niente. Le spedizioni
esplorano le grandi profondità marine. Per questo
di massima importanza analizzare cosa i militari
hanno visto lì
A circa una
settimana dall'apertura degli UFO files da
parte della Marina Militare Russa, il premier
Vladimir Putin è stato
protagonista di una missione esplorativa sul fondo
del Lago Baikal, in
Secondo le testate
italiane che hanno dato la notizia,
il motivo ufficiale della spedizione sarebbe
l'osservazione di particolari
cristalli gassosi strategicamente indispensabili per
la politica energetica
I giornali si
sprecano in descrizioni folcloristiche di
Putin come "macho" bisognoso di rafforzare la sua
Ma qualcosa non
convince i dietrologi della Bottega Curiosa.
In uno rapporto del
1982 è riportato uno strano
avvenimento che coinvolgerebbe proprio il Lago
Curiosi Cerchi di
Ghiaccio formatisi in Aprile, indovinate
Perchè Putin è sceso
sul fondo del Lago
Alla richiesta dei
giornalisti, se avesse intenzione di
raggiungere prossimamente la Stazione Spaziale
Internazionale, Putin ha
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