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The Russian navy recently declassified its records of close encounters with The Greys and with UFOs, according to the Svobodnaya Pressa news website. Only a few months ago, France also declassified and released their own UFO files....
The records from the Soviet years were assembled from navy reports of close encounters with submarines and ships. The group headed by a deputy Navy commander, Admiral Nikolay Smirnov, uncovered numerous cases of possible UFO encounters, according to the website.
Vladimir Azhazha, former navy officer and a Russian UFO researcher, says “Fifty percent of UFO encounters are connected with oceans. Fifteen more – with lakes. So UFOs tend to stick to the water,” he said. A nuclear submarine, on a combat mission in the Pacific Ocean, detected six unknown objects. After the crew failed to leave dodge their pursuers by maneuvering, the captain ordered to surface. The objects followed suit, took to the air, and flew away.
Dozens of mysterious events went down near the Bermuda Triangle, according to a retired submarine commander Rear Admiral Yury Beketov, in which instruments malfunctioned with no apparent reason or detected strong interference. On several occasions the instruments gave readings of UFOs moving at 240 miles per hour. Underwater.
Navy intelligence veteran, Captain 1st rank Igor Barklay says “Ocean UFOs often show up wherever our or NATO’s fleets concentrate. Near Bahamas, Bermudas, Puerto Rico. They are most often seen in the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean, in the southern part of the Bermuda
Triangle, and also in the Caribbean Sea.”
The archives contain numerous reports of UFO encounters near Russia’s Lake Baikal, the deepest fresh water body in the world. Fishermen tell stories of powerful lights shining up from the deep and objects flying up from the water.
In 1982, military divers at Baikal spotted a group of humanoid creatures dressed in silver suits. The encounter happened at a depth of 170 feet, and the divers attempted to catch the strangers. Three of the seven men died, while four others were severely injured. Greys 1, Russia 0.
Vladimir Azhazha says “Skepticism is the easiest way: believe nothing, do nothing. People rarely visit great depths. So it’s very important to analyze what they encounter there.”
Russian Navy officials deny that a collection of UFO encounters exists. Really?