posted on Aug, 22 2018 @ 04:18 PM
Great idea, but how did it end up all the way out there, simply too large for the German's to have shipped something like this over from Germany but
of course it could have been floated over with some buoyancy aid's and lost in a storm, still even if they could have done that perhaps with the
intent of using it to build a bunker on the Norwegian coast or as a kind of giant anti ship gun bunker as perhaps they tried to make there own version
of the rock of Gibraltar but on the tip of Norway perhaps they simply did not have a crane large enough to ever move this object.
Of course it could still be the lid of a bunker but one even stranger than the UFO idea, a civilization as warlike as ourselves and therefore with a
similar technology as far as weapon's were concerned but before ONE of the PREVIOUS glacial period's.
Which would make this thing extremely ancient and also from a time when human's were either supposedly hunting mammoth's in animal skin loin cloth's
or swinging from tree's (well we all did that when we were a bit younger but I mean the species even though I do not actually believe the human
evolutionary model, evolution in general yes but I think the human model is grossly wrong and made to push the monkey to human agenda which was so
vociferously once used to justify slavery - not meaning to go off topic).
For me it would be equally cool if it could be shown to be something like you suggest to what it would be if it could be shown to have been a
Personally I doubt it is German but they did have a motive and even had that whole giant gun thing for a while were bigger was thought to be better,
if they could have established a viable giant shore battery installation on both sides of the entrance to the Baltic which they pretty much owned at
that time it would have been a suitable show of power but even with there love of insane inventions and obvious ingenuity I believe shipping and then
lifting something like this would have been beyond them during the war time period, if it had been peacetime however just maybe but then why ship it
when it could have been built on site far more simply and with far less technical difficulty's.
So NOT the German's, who else could or would have done so, the Russians even at the height of the cold war would have had no motive since there
investment was in ballistic missile's, tank's, helicopter gunship's and of course ballistic submarines and they had learned from the failure of both
the Maginot line which the German's had bypassed and the Siegfried line which the western allies took, the German's own eastern wall was never
completed but it is likely it would not have availed against Stalin's organ's anyway.