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Baltic Anomaly: Far Stranger Than Any UFO Discovery

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2014 by Spartan of Truth

Via I UV.com

Originally published on Truthfall , a Special Report by Craig Brown

This is turning into one of the most amazing and perplexing discoveries in history. If you thought all of the questions surrounding the Baltic anomaly would be answered by the return trip, then you’d be wrong.  The OceanX team have discovered right angles, walls with absolutely smooth surfaces and cavities-like corridors inside the object as well as something resembling a staircase – the weird just got weirder.

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3D Sonar reveals perfectly straight lines and angles embedded into the round structure.

“When we went out and saw the walls which were straight and smooth, it was frightening, as in a science-fiction film” – Dennis Åsberg – Ocean Explorer Co-Founder


From the different reports and interviews given we have amassed the following details of the anomaly.

  • Completely circular plate-like exterior.

  • 180 metres in circumference.

  • Object is 200ft accross mushroom shaped comprising a thick pillar rising 8 metres out of the seabed with a 4 metre thick dome on top (like a mushroom shape) – rising a total of 12 metres (approx 40 feet) high above the surrounding seabed.

  • Cavities-like corridors inside the object.

  • Straight and smooth walls  in certain areas with many right angles.

  • There are visible formations on top of the object, which are set at a 90 degree angle and look like passageways or walls, as well as something that looks like it could be a staircase.

  • Stone circles, like “fireplaces”, of hard black “almost petrified” burnt looking stone each a few inches in diameter, like 4 or 5 pearls in a necklace in various arrangements on top of the dome.

  • Spherical object nicknamed “The Meringue” (pictured below) is 4 metres wide and sits on top of the object.
  • Twenty-five centimetre hole on top of the object, it’s not known yet where it leads or what if anything is inside.

  • Long runway or “skid marks” leading to object point north.

The latest revelations of right angles, walls with absolutely smooth surfaces and cavities-like corridors inside the object are if possible, far stranger than any UFO could ever hope to be. In fact a UFO find would now seem positively mundane.

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CLN ~ Strange New State of Consciousness Could Exist, Researcher Says

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 22, 2013 by Spartan of Truth

Via Conscious Life News

comaBy Bahar Gholipour, livescience

With anesthetics properly given, very few patients wake up during surgery. However, new findings point to the possibility of a state of mind in which a patient is neither fully conscious nor unconscious, experts say.

This possible third state of consciousness, may be a state in which patients can respond to a command, but are not disturbed by pain or the surgery, according to Dr. Jaideep Pandit, anesthetist at St John’s College in England, who discussed the idea today (Sept. 19) at The Annual Congress of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland.

Pandit dubbed this state dysanaesthesia, and said the evidence that it exists comes partly from a recent study, in which 34 surgical patients were anesthetized, and had their whole body paralyzed except for their forearm, allowing them to move their fingers in response to commands or to signify if they are awake or in pain during surgery.

One-third of patients in the study moved their finger if they were asked to, even though they were under what seemed to be adequate anesthesia, according to the study led by Dr. Ian F. Russell, of Hull Royal Infirmary in England, and published Sept. 12 in the journal Anaesthesia.

“What’s more remarkable is that they only move their fingers if they are asked. None of the patients spontaneously responded to the surgery. They are presumably not in pain,” said Pandit, who wrote an editorial about the study.

Normally, while patients are under anesthesia, doctors continuously monitor them, and administer anesthetic drugs as needed. The goal is to ensure the patient has received adequate medication to remain deeply unconscious during surgery. However, it is debated how reliable the technologies used during surgery to “measure” unconsciousness are.

“We don’t have a model for consciousness,” Pandit said. “It is very difficult to design a monitor, to monitor something you don’t have a model for.”

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