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Re: Ocean X Team & Baltic USO Videos

From: Carol Maltby <carolmaltby.nul>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2012 13:42:18 -0400
Archived: Fri, 15 Jun 2012 07:29:54 -0400
Subject: Re: Ocean X Team & Baltic USO Videos

>From: Joachim Koch <lists.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2012 17:49:37 +0200
>Subject: Ocean X Team & Baltic USO Videos

>We all are waiting for new information about the enigmatic
>object on the bottom of the Baltic Sea. It is said divers will
>reveal what they have found at a press conference this week.
>Speculation ranges from natural stone formations to something
>not of this Earth.



The website UFO Eyes has another perspective on the mission:



June 15, 2012

First, the Ocean X Team is in the treasure hunting business and
they've been recovering shipwreck cargo for over 20 years.
They're professionals and have over the years successfully
recovered cargo worth millions of euros.

In 1999, the Ocean X Team found the wreck of Kyros, a Swedish
steamship sunk by a German submarine on May 19, 1917. The Kyros
was carrying 1000 bottles of cognac and 300 bottles of liquor
when it was torpedoed. However, the wreck's depth, lack of
funding and bad weather conditions have kept the team from
recovering the cargo.

Fast forward to early February 2012, when a Finnish team of
divers announce that they too have found the Kyros, and that
they plan on recovering its cargo. The Kyros lies in
international waters, and no owner of the ship or its cargo have
been identified. That means - finders, keepers.

Now, imagine the Ocean X Team's reaction when they heard the
news. Suddenly, another group of treasure hunters knew what only
they thought they knew - the exact location of the Kyros and its
very valuable cargo.

But wait a minute, what has this to do with the "anomaly"? Well,
look at this:

The filename of the sonar scan image of the "anomaly" is named
"kyros.xtf", which would suggest that the Ocean X Team were
scanning the area of the Kyros when they found the "anomaly".
Indeed, this was confirmed by another team of divers who knew
about the Ocean X Team's whereabouts at the time last summer.

So, the Ocean X Team was on a mission to the Kyros last summer,
but could for one reason or another not recover its cargo (maybe
for the reasons listed above). At the same time, they must have
known about other team's efforts to find the shipwreck, and
might have suspected that the Finnish team was close to finding
it or were in the process of confirming its location.

Simply put, the Ocean X Team needed money - desperately - to be
able to recover the Kyros' cargo before someone else did.

See where this is going?

They made up a story about an amazing discovery, created a lot
of media hype, got a production company onboard, secured a
contract for a TV series (called the Baltic Cowboys), and lo and
behold - suddenly they had the funds necessary to recover the
valuable cargo.



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