The Incredible Disappearing Underwater Theory

GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
September 9, 2019

So many people shared this article that – up front – I want to say thank you for doing so. And I understand their reasons for doing so. We’ll get back to that.

But first, the story: it seems that an automated underwater observatory has gone completely missing off the coast of Germany in the Baltic Sea:

Large Underwater Observatory Disappears Without a Trace, Baffling Scientists

The story is rather simple: the observatory was there one day, and wasn’t the next:

A large monitoring station used to gather important scientific data in the Baltic Sea has mysteriously vanished.

The underwater observatory, which had been on the seafloor since December 2016, is managed by the GEOMAR Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel and the Helmholtz Center Geesthacht (HZG). On August 21 at 8:15 p.m. local time, transmissions from the €300,000 ($330,000) station came to a sudden halt. Divers were dispatched to the site, only to find—much to their astonishment—that the entire structure was gone, save for a shredded transmission cable, according to a GEOMAR statement.

The observatory was in a restricted area off the northern coast of Germany. Boats, including fishing vessels, are not allowed into the area, the BBC reported. That somebody, or a group of individuals, removed the observatory remains the most plausible explanation. Other factors, such as a massive storm, heavy currents, or even marine animals, were ruled out as potential causes owing to the weight of the instrument. Who or what removed the science station, and why, is a complete mystery. German police were alerted to the incident and are now investigating, according to GEOMAR.

“[At] first we thought of a transmission error,” Hermann Bange, project coordinator for the Boknis Eck Observatory, said in the GEOMAR statement. This prompted a diving mission to the site, revealing the disappearance. “The devices were gone, the divers could not find them anymore,” he said. “When the divers reached the bottom of the sea last week at the observatory’s location, they found only the torn off land cable. It was completely shredded.”

The missing observatory consists of two racks, one weighing 250 kilograms (550 pounds) and the other 100 kilograms (220 pounds) each. The racks include a frame holding the power supply (along with a heavy cable connecting the station to the coast) and a frame to hold the sensors. Both racks were “removed with great force from their position,” according to the GEOMAR statement. (Emphasis added)

And that’s it.

Now, in and of itself, the story is not all that unusual, and the explanation – “that somebody, or a group of individuals, removed the observatory” – is, as the article says, “the most plausible explanation.” And taken by itself, I readily agree.

But here comes the high octane speculation: in case you haven’t noticed, there’s been an awful lot of “strange stuff” going on in (or over… or under) the world’s oceans in the past few years: hurricanes that are making a beeline for Texas through the Gulf of Mexico that then do a nearly perfect ninety-degree turn to slam into New Orleans (Katrina); then we had the case of Malaysia Air flight 370 whose disappearance has more theories and little by way of evidence for any of them, the USS Donald Cook incident in the Black Sea, and then a similar episode with the same ship in the Baltic Sea, and the USS Fitzgerald and USS John McCain incidents, all of which I’ve blogged about previously on this website. More recently I reported on the strange “electrical malfunction” on the USS Harry Truman, and the equally strange refitting of US aircraft carriers. Add to this missing Russian submarines, and the context around this latest story takes on a rather more somber appearance. Given the weight of the two racks of equipment comprising the observatory, and the statement by the observatory’s owner, GEOMAR, that they were “removed with great force from their position,” one has to entertain the possibility that perhaps, just perhaps, this latest strange story might somehow be related to all the rest. It’s almost as if all the world’s oceans and seas are now a part of the Bermuda Triangle, buzzing with strangeness.

If indeed, as the article speculates, the observatory was removed by someone, the question is why? What possible use would anyone have for such equipment, much less the expense and risk of stealing it? Or conversely, did “they” simply want the observatory shut down? If so, why? And to walk right off the end of the speculation twig here: assuming that somehow all these events are related, then that would imply that “someone” is messing around both with American and Russian naval vessels, and now an underwater German observatory. And perhaps all this strangeness is somehow related to the alleged refitting of American aircraft carriers with electronic counter-measures equipment. In any case, viewed in this wider and admittedly very speculative context, this little story may not be so little, and may bear watching.

See you on the flip side…
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About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

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Zy Marquiez
April 28, 2019

Balance is an interesting thoughtform.

Most of the time, people will say that an individual must seek balance, and that is totally understandable.  Being out of balance can often leave us gravitating to one side of the balance spectrum so much so that we risk permanently remaining there for long for myriad reasons.  But not all ‘imbalance’ is bad per se.

My contention would be, if something significantly positive is being created from the imbalance, and the imbalance is something that isn’t necessarily detrimental to the individual in a considerable sense and is reasonable, then the imbalance could spur growth, rapid progress, and the like.  Such imbalances could be spending a sizeable amount of time working (whether overtime or otherwise), spending too much time in books, spending too time with friends, or spending too much time alone, so on and so forth.  The actual ‘cost’ of each of the aforementioned ideas varies, but if the outcome is pointedly positive, then that is good.  If they are not, then they are detrimental.

Each of those instances of imbalance can cause the individual to progress considerably and the expense of it might be worth it.  That’s for each individual to decide.  My argument isn’t to argue for, or against balance.  I am merely stating that there is a positive side to both spectrums if one looks at them openly.   That said, most times an individual is imbalanced is probably bad, but that’s for each individual to decide themselves.

One of the best thoughtforms to couple with balance is water, for water is nigh always seeking balance, seeking stability.  But water isn’t always balanced.

Water, sometimes, unleashes its power when the need be arises, whatever those obstacles may be.  Sometimes that power has a positive effect, sometimes that power has a negative effect, not unlike what individuals go through.  Ascertaining which is which is paramount, because often what is inherently negative feels positive, but its net effect isn’t so.

By way of example, let’s take coffee.  For me, I often couple coffee to work, and it ‘helps’ me get things done.  But as much as I would love to say that drinking coffee is positive all the time, it isn’t, not even close.  It wouldn’t be so bad if it was just a cup, or two.  That’s understandable, and the net effect of that isn’t too terrible.  Now, when one starts getting to 6-12 cups in a day, then there’s a serious problem. 

Yes, I am getting work done most of the time through that.  Yes, I love it.  Yes, I feel good when I drink it.  But taking all those things into consideration, is it something that really helps balance me, or no?

I would argue, if I am honest with myself, most of the time it isn’t.  Except I mask this fact with my emotions because it feels good.  It feels damn good.

In fact, coffee is probably one of my worst habits.  I feel great?  I drink coffee.  I feel tired?  Drink more coffee.  Want to get work done?  Drunk lots of coffee.  Want to catch up with a friend?  Drink coffee.  Want to spend time in solitude in my own world?  Drink coffee.  Want to work out?  Drink plenty of coffee.  Want to read a book?  Coffee.  See, there’s no instance under which I wouldn’t consider coffee. 

Considering it isn’t the problem, options are always good.  The problem is acting on it, an acting on it in an unbalanced way.  Now, there are rare times when I am steamrolling through work, reading, workouts, and that coffee helps me so much so that it is considerably advantages and incredibly net positive.  But the fact remains, most of the time it isn’t.

Just as someone cannot step in the same river twice, an individual cannot be in the same circumstance twice.  Similar, yes.  Very similar?  Sure.  Nigh carbon copy circumstance?  Maybe.  But each circumstance is never the same.  What each circumstance dictates, and how balancing actions follow that are always up for rumination, and that should be pondered at length.

Perhaps it is best to follow in the footsteps of water.  For water always follows balance or imbalance based on circumstance.  Except, for all individuals including myself, its crucial to remain cognizant that this circumstance and the imbalances that could manifest are leading towards something positive that spurs resounding growth, for it isn’t, then what’s the point?

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Author’s Note:

I wrote the above because I find myself struggling with finding balance, or imbalance, when the situation dictates.  The notion seemed worthy of consideration seeing as all individuals go through struggles in life, and one could argue that balance plays a key factor in every single one of this, regardless towards what side of the spectrum it goes.

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About The Author:

Zy Marquiez is an avid book reviewer, inquirer, an open-minded skeptic, yogi, and freelance writer who aims at empowering individuals while also studying and regularly mirroring subjects like Consciousness, Education, Creativity, The Individual, Ancient History & Ancient Civilizations, Forbidden Archaeology, Big Pharma, Alternative Health, Space, Geoengineering, Social Engineering, Propaganda, and much more.

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Zy Marquiez | The Lightning Baron
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Note:

This one’s totally prompted from the fusion of me partaking in a reread (that’s going ever-so-sloowly!) of Moby Dick and having Pirates Of The Caribbean playing in the background while organizing.

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