Ever since the mysterious object was first discovered on the seabed floor by salvage divers questions rose about its origins. Incredibly, images of the object bear a striking resemblence to the Millennium Falcon—character Han Solo’s spaceship in the early Star Wars films. Its similarity to the film’s spaceship fueled rampant speculation that what the divers found is a crashed alien vessel. If it is extraterrestrial it’s potentially a bigger event than the infamous Roswell flying saucer crash. Some experts initially laughed off the discovery. But now two of the greatest nations on Earth are racing to grab the object that more and more researchers are convinced is of alien origin: a possible alien spacecraft containing super-technology that could shift the balance of power in the world.
The US and Russian navies have left the area after more than a week in the vicinity. Once the naval vessels departed the Swedish diving team reached the secret site. They have announced their intention to release new photos of the object. Whether the Russians and/or Americans retrieved anything from the object or analyzed it is unknown at this time.
Race for the ‘Baltic UFO’
It’s a scene reminiscent of the Alistair MacLean thriller Ice Station Zebra where Russian and American forces faced off on the Arctic icecap in a quest to be the first to grab a fallen spy satellite. The two naval superpowers are sending warships and high-tech salvage vessels steaming toward the region of the Baltic Sea where possible advanced alien technology lies waiting on the ocean floor.
In recent months, the discovery of a submerged object, possibly an alien spacecraft, has generated sensational news stories around the world from some of the biggest names in the media including CNN, CBS, and FOX News.
Dismissed as an unusual seabed formation by many experts, Russian and American intelligence analysts weren’t so sure. And now the two navies are racing to lay claim to the astounding object that may prove to dramatically shift the world’s balance of power.