2017: Footage Shows Deep Sea Jellyfish Shaped Like Flying Saucer

Deep down in the South Pacific, a team aboard the NOAA’s Okeanos Explorer Vessel managed to capture the footage of the incredible looking specimen. The video was recorded during an expedition to document wildlife in the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa, a protected region. The jellyfish species is called rhopalonematid trachymedusa, and is known for its UFO/Saucer shape and translucent organs. Researchers still are not sure why it has two sets of tentacles pointing in opposite directions. SOURCE

2015: West Coast orcas experiencing 100% infant mortality rate as radiation from Fukushima drifts across ocean

(NaturalNews) Marine biologists and other researchers are voicing serious concerns regarding the high mortality rate among orcas (killer whales) observed over the past couple of years. No one has yet proven that there is a direct link between the 100 percent mortality rate seen among orca infants and the effects of the radiation contamination of the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima reactor leak in Japan, but it certainly can’t be ruled out as a possibility. It is rather interesting that the incidence of orca deaths — not just of infants, but full-grown specimens as well — has risen sharply since the accident occurred in 2011 and as the radiation has made its way across the Pacific Ocean to the West Coast of North America. Scientists have also noticed odd behavior among orcas recently. Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, senior marine mammal scientist at the Vancouver Aquarium, has been “sounding the alarm” […] Read More

2013: Something Is Killing Life All Over The Pacific Ocean – Could It Be Fukushima?

By Michael Snyder The Truth Wins Why is there so much death and disease among sea life living near the west coast of North America right now? Could the hundreds of tons of highly radioactive water that are being released into the Pacific Ocean from Fukushima every single day have anything to do with it? When I wrote my last article about Fukushima, I got a lot of heat for being “alarmist” and for supposedly “scaring” people unnecessarily.  I didn’t think that an article about Fukushima would touch such a nerve, but apparently there are some people out there that really do not want anyone writing about this stuff.  Right now, massive numbers of fish and sea creatures are dying in the Pacific Ocean. In addition, independent tests have shown that significant levels of cesium-137 are in a very high percentage of the fish that are being caught in the Pacific and […] Read More

2013: Pohnpei and the Curse of the Pacific

by Scott Corrales “At his house in R’lyeh, dead Cthulhu lay dreaming…” with this powerful intriguing phrase, H.P. Lovecraft drew thousands of readers into his controversial “Mythos” of the Old Ones, the Elder Gods, and pre-human races which had left their impact on our planet in ages lost beyond the recall of certain fictional magical books, such as the ever-present Necronomicon. Debate rages to this very day around the grains of truth that may have fueled the powerhouse of Lovecraft’s fiction, even though the New Englander scoffed at the occult. But the fact of the matter is that certain parts of the world contain hints of strange activity having taken place during times before our historical records. Mysterious Polynesia Our image of Polynesia has been colored by images of tropical beauty, Paul Gaugin’s escape from the decadent West to pristine Tahiti and its dusky beauties, the island-hopping exploits of […] Read More

2000: Enceladus

Imagine if you will earth with not one but two moons. Some are certain that such was the case up around sixty-five million years ago. One was called Selene, one was Enceladus. The word Enceladus means ‘to go in’. Now imagine if we had two moons and one of them fell. Would such an impact shatter the earth into plates? Would not the subsequent fall of water and nuclear winter that would ensue change the face of the earth forever? Take out a map of the world and focus on the Pacific Ocean. Theoretically, if such a moon fell, and it came in from the southwest, would not the Pacific Ocean be the crater of such a fall? Think about it!

1928: Who Lived in America 50,000 Years Ago?

By Col. James Churchward Sculptured Tablets Recently Discovered in Mexico Present Startling Evidence of Prehistoric Civilization on the American Continent, Founded by Colonizers From the Lost Motherland of Mu, in the Pacific Ocean (This article is not presented authoritatively but rather for its original theories as to the origin of the human race – theories which Col. Churchward has long maintained to interested audiences) A long-forgotten language, giving the history of a hitherto unknown race, has been unearthed in Mexico. Slabs of stone and carved monuments give us, at last, the history of mankind on the American continent, so long hidden. These recently discovered tablets have resisted the deciphering efforts of the world’s most famous archaeologists. Through studies of that now sunken continent, the Land of Mu, the Motherland of Man, I have found the key and am able to tell in rough outline the story of a prehistoric […] Read More