The idea of underwater alien bases off the Southern California Coast is not a new one.
The truth? The USO mystery is not such a mystery after all, especially if you live in that part of the world.
The number of UFO or USO (underwater submersible object) sightings is in a word, remarkable. It’s the latter which seems to be getting the most attention.
Claims of underwater alien bases are not uncommon in this part of the world. Catalina Island for example, is about twenty two miles south-southwest of Los Angeles. It gets plenty of press on this topic. Is there an E.T. underwater base there?
Ivan Anderson created a stir with his book Invisible Residents about 30 years ago. He suggested that there could be a separate civilization older than homo sapiens existing under our oceans. A good place to start searching would be the Southern Californian coast.
Jeff Krause is State Director of Mufon in Southern California. He says…
“I see nothing incredible about that hypothesis”.
“Could be. We know very little about what’s under there”.
“And you know, it doesn’t take a whole lot of technology. If you’re on the ocean floor, dig a tunnel, and make a cave under there with an airlock, well, that’s about all it takes”.
Krause has been investigating UFO activity in this part of the world for a long time.
He’s not really surprised by all the attention. Reports have filtered through from this area as far back as the 1920s. Back then, they were described as unusually-shaped boats which came out of the water and flew high over the mountains.
The terms UFO and USO weren’t known during that period. People described them with the language of the current period. Flying boats or ships seems an apt description.
Underwater Alien Bases
Krause says about 10-20 percent of the reports he receives are water related. In other words, USOs.
But let’s not get carried away here. People will treat a USO as something different from a UFO.
From the reports we’ve seen and heard from witnesses, there is no difference between either object.
“You know the only distinction between a USO and a UFO is whether it is above sea level or below sea level”.
“That is the only difference. They’re the exact same craft”.
“They have the exact same principles of propulsion and that’s what enables them”.
“In fact, they are able to go through the water and waves without leaving a big splash and travel underwater at faster speeds than we can”.
“You know, the field that’s around the craft gets them through interstellar space”.
“It gets them through our atmosphere and they have no problem because water is basically just different kinds of gases at a different density”.
“It makes absolutely no difference when you’re using a field to move your craft rather than propulsion to push through an atmosphere or whatever type of resistance you encounter”.
“So that distinction right there is pretty much nil”.
“Now, as far as what’s our planet made of, it’s mostly water”.
Underwater Seems A Logical Place To Hide From Prying Human Eyes
It makes sense for alien craft to use our vast oceans, lakes and rivers as places to hide or stay out of sight.
With over two thirds of the planet covered by water, there seems little that ET technology can’t master according to the reports we’ve be fed by witnesses. Traveling underwater with little resistance would seem to be a mere formality for them according to Krause.
“So I think their largest playground is underwater and if you want to hide somewhere, well on earth, that’s your best bet”.
“We have very little reconnaissance underwater and you know, satellites can only view so much through the water”.
They can only detect so much. We do have good radar and we have good sonar. And that’s how some of these encounters have been able to be captured because we were able to track some”.
“I don’t believe we’re able to track all of them, due to the fact that they have quite higher technology in use than we have. But every now and then, they slip up”.
Underwater Alien Bases, The Southern California Coast And The U.S. Navy
The famous “tic tac ufo videos” were first captured off the Southern California coast in 2004. When the footage was released in 2017, the shock reverberated around the world.
It’s become one of the stories of the twenty first century so far.
But it also franked the Southern California coastline as one of, if not, the world’s biggest ufo hotspot.
Krause made an interesting observation. He says while most people were following the tic tac narrative, the real story was what appeared to be a larger object just beneath the water’s surface.(Click here to read that story).
“And we’re following that story instead of any narrative about the larger object”.
“What did it do after they approached? What happened during the exercises? Was that larger object involved?”
“I have dealt with so many occasions of misdirection, lies and deception from military branches when it comes to the truth about UFO cases”.
“The suspicious hairs will stand up on the back of my neck. And my hackles will go up when they release information of any sort willingly, right?”
“You know, I’m still not at the point where I can accept truth from them”.
“You question…is there a reason they’re letting this version of the truth out? II will become highly suspicious”.
“In this particular instance, I think a major reason is because the more interesting aspect of this encounter isn’t mentioned”.
“Yet, a white object described as a “tic tac” that you really only get to see blurry vision of on infrared, is shown darting along ocean water which looked grainy. That’s what’s released”.
Talking UFOs And USOs With Jeff Krause
Jeff Krause spoke frankly during the Aliens Revealed Live Online Summit.
The following is the full interview with Krause.
Apart from USOs, he lists his three favorite cases including his thoughts on the Tic Tac encounter.
Plus, he reveals whether Mufon actually gets reports on ufo activity from the military. Interesting.