What if Aliens are actually an intelligent, humanoid species that lives under water? What if the "sinking" of "Atlantis" was actually a planned
submersion of a large place that they were living on, above ground, which they wanted at the bottom of the sea for some reason? Whether the Atlantis
bit is true or not makes no difference.
I was watching a show the other day about how we've only explored 1% of the deepest portions of the world's oceans. That there are trenches that go
hundreds of miles down, below the sea level. So deep that we are just now, in 2007, becoming able to search small portions of depth this level with
our underwater observation machines.
On this particular show, they were talking about the hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the deep. This big chimney looking things coming up out of
the sea floor, with sulphur rich water constantly pouring out of them, into the water around and above them. Before you get to the vents, the sea
floor is almost devoid of all life. Then when you come upon the vents, there are millions upon millions of sea animals and creatures of the weirdest
kinds ive seen in my life down there. And we only know about 1% of them. There are also lakes of super-saline rich water on the sea floor, yes thats
right, lakes on the sea floor, not just holes but lakes with a discernibly different kind of water in it, creating a barrier which looks like the
surface of these lakes. I forgot how that happens, but the observation craft cannot even enter them, it bounces off of the tops of the lakes, due to
the saline. no one has any idea what lies below these. saline is related to salt, correct? salt preserves, correct? just one area we could
But what I am getting at here is, it seems more feasible to me that the ETs we see and the craft that they fly are actually created by beings that
live in the deepest depths of our ocean floor, that evolved intelligently underwater much in the way humans evolved INTELLIGENTLY above water. If you
think about it, every above ground had its' equal in the depth of the waters. You had Sea-Dinosaurs, then you had your Giant-Crocodiles, Giant Great
Sharks, Whales that are extinct which we can only guess the size of, gigantic fish, small group predators, species of varying degrees of intelligence
and ability, some which can communicate with each other (dolphins for example). For everything on land there was always a sea equivalent.
Except for mankind. Even monkeys have an equivalent, the plethora of smaller, cute cuddly looking sea mammals like sea lions compare to them well. So
why isn't it feasible, or even really talked about as a major theory, that just as something intelligent with a conciousness formed on the Earth, so
would something equally or greater form under the Sea? I think it's totally feasible, and even much more likely than our visitors being from
outer-space, due to the constraints we currently know about with space travel.
Also, what of all of the sightings of UFO's "seemingly diving" into and out of the ocean, as well as lakes, as numerous people have witnessed time
and time again?
There's also massive pockets of water deep below the Earth's surface, and channels of water, this is how we got the "well". So a rocky, tectonic
plate-splitting area like the American West which is very dry on the surface has alot of water deep below and in those mountains. I've heard of
people claiming that humans and aliens are working together secretly out west in underground facilities. Wouldnt it be more feasible that the
"aliens" were seen flying into the mountains and craters and cracks because they knew where it lead, to an underground, underWATER, "facility"?
Some of the drawings of Ancient Astronauts or "Gods" depict them as Fish men, almost as commonly as the depiction of the Bird men. Now wouldn't the
Bible start making alot more sense if these underwater dwellers surfaced (beast from the sea) and declared war on human kind? wouldnt that give a new
literal meaning to "the pit" , "the depths" , hell being "under the earth", etc? I'd add lake of fire but I see a lake of fire as lava covering
the surface of the Earth, so it doesn't get counted.
I've just been giving it alot of thought lately and find it more feasible than them being from a far-away galaxy, or even from a far-away solar
system within our galaxy. It would explain the physically frail features of the "greys", the big dark eyes, the pale skin, the lack of speaking from
the mouth, etc.
I mean, we dont know WHAT is down there. There could be freaking ancient species of huge ass creatures that we would definitely consider sea monsters
from hell down there! We've only seen one percent, keep that in mind.
What would you call that .. an Aqua-Terrestrial?