Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Real "Shape of Water" lake amphibians? (video)

Paranormal Paul Stonehill; Seth Auberon, Crystal Quintero, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Underwater aliens: Mysterious humanoids of Russia and Central Asian lakes
(Apri. 6, 2017) Stonehill's investigation focuses on the mysterious underwater Lake Baikal "Swimmers" from 1982 and other sightings. These alien beings are humanoid "fish men" or "amphibious humans." He provides many references to books as well as Central Asian/Eurasian and Russian research. He also finds mention of them in the ancient Vedic texts of India. What gave rise to this mythology and modern sightings? The strange beings are seen in Russian and Eurasian lakes and seas. There have been attempt to capture them and explain their possible origins. UFO sightings in the areas where these underwater aliens have been observed continue. Stonehill is on

Mysterious Lake Baikal
Wisdom Quarterly Wiki edit
Olkhon Island, Lake Baikal
Lake Baikal (о́зеро Байка́л, Russian Buryat Байгал нуур, Baigal nuur, Mongolian Байгал нуур, etymologically meaning, in Mongolian, "the Nature Lake") is a rift lake in Russia, located in southern Siberia, between Irkutsk Oblast to the northwest and the Buddhist Buryat Republic to the southeast. Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake by volume in the world, containing 22-23% of the world's fresh surface water. With 23,615.39 km3 (5,670 cu mi) of fresh water, it contains more water than the North American Great Lakes combined. With a maximum depth of 1,642 m (5,387 ft), Baikal is the world's deepest lake. It is considered among the world's clearest lakes and is considered the world's oldest lake -- at 25-30 million years. It is the seventh-largest lake in the world by surface area. More

Russia’s deep lakes with race of giant underwater humanoids

(Strange Things, April 20, 2018) Russia and mysterious Central Asia (where the Buddha is from according to is home to a number of mysteries, one stranger than the other. The following case is no exception. Perhaps it is all a misleading deception? Let's hope because these creatures -- like the merfolk of old -- do not sound nice.

Lake Issyk-Kul
Formerly Buddhist Central Asia: the 'Stans
Also known as Ysyk Köl, Issyk-Ko (Kyrgyz Ысык-Көл, Isıq-Köl, ىسىق-كۅل, Russian Иссык-Куль, Issyk-Kulj) is an endorheic lake in the northern Tian Shan mountains in eastern Kyrgyzstan. It is the tenth largest lake in the world by volume (though not in surface area) and the second largest saline lake after the Caspian Sea. Issyk-Kul means "Warm Lake" in the Kyrgyz language. Although it is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, it never freezes. The lake is a Ramsar site of globally significant biodiversity (Ramsar Site RDB Code 2KG001) and forms part of the Issyk-Kul Biosphere Reserve. More

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