A significant portion of ufology deals with the subject of UFO underwater bases; hundreds of instances of strange flying objects emerging from or hiding beneath the water have been documented. And if there are underwater bases for aliens on Earth, how old are they if there are?

UFOs are probably attracted to American warships for a reason—huge aircraft carriers look powerful and impressive, and if they’re close to the alleged underwater UFO bases, then the aliens have cause for concern.

This theory has some merit given that UFO sightings by American sailors typically occurred when aircraft carriers were conducting training exercises close to the American coast and that, in the accounts of numerous abductees, the UFO submarine bases where they were relocated were neither far from the coast nor in a remote area of the ocean.

There is information about possible UFO submarine bases all over the world, but for some reason, there are particularly many of them close to the US coast. The fact that there are more American ufologists than ufologists from other nations may simply be a statistical feature, or perhaps there is more to it.

They were here long before people and their ancestors appeared, and in this case, the evolution of mankind as a species happened right in front of their eyes. If we assume that UFOs belong to beings that have been on Earth for many thousands, or even millions of years, then they have been here for a very long time. And the last continent to have human habitation is America (again, excluding Antarctica).

These creatures could observe people from a very convenient location for a long time while remaining as unnoticed as possible because they had moved their underwater bases to the shores of America in time.


In connection with the debut of the new Roswell incident documentary “Roswell 75: The Last Evidence,” American ufologist Anna Whitty was recently interviewed by the British tabloid Daily Star (premiered July 7 on BLAZE). Whitty added that aliens may be a “advanced form of humans” who are native to Earth and have “always been here” while submerged in the ocean.

Whitty claims that she thoroughly examined the nurse Shirley Wright’s testimony. Wright claimed that she went to a military base with Albert Einstein where they were both shown the bodies of dead aliens (and one survivor) from a ship that crashed in 1947 close to Roswell, New Mexico.

According to Whitty, Shirley was able to communicate with the living thing because she could speak English and was well-understood by it. Then, at some point, Shirley was asked with great interest by the creature how far people had “penetrated into the ocean.”

“If Shirley’s claims are precise, then these ‘aliens’ are most likely not coming from another planet but rather from a deep ocean,” says Whitty.

Whitty also holds the view that these beings were once a human race who came to Earth and at some point submerged themselves in the ocean to hide or be protected from something.

Whitty speculates that they might have been escaping the inevitable cataclysms that “throw back” people to the “Stone Age” at a specific point in the development of their civilization.

Whitty theorizes that these creatures were able to avoid such a fate by submerging in time and drastically altering their lifestyle, which is why they are now far ahead of us in technology and perhaps even in the capacity of their body and mind.

Although it’s also possible that they aren’t at all what they appear to be to us, they can deceive you into believing that what you are seeing is real.

Whitty thinks that the reason these creatures are now pursuing humans is because they want to influence our behavior and advance humankind, perhaps to prevent a global catastrophe.

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