By Joseph P. Skipper
In the above 1st image the red “X” and its highlighted coordinates mark the evidence location as well as the type of Philippine Sea underwater terrain it is located in.
Note that this location is basically in the middle of no where well out east of the Philippine islands and Taiwan and northwest of Guam. All are familiar names to those versed in WWII information.
Note also that it is located on an elevated ridge system that forms the eastern boundary of a deep water basin that goes down west into what appears to be an abyssal plain extending west toward the Philippines.
You should know that this whole area is associated with the northern part of the Mariana Trench system. The deepest part of the Mariana Trench known as Challenger Deep is in the dark narrow area immediately south of the island of Guam in the image lower right corner.
Understanding ocean bottom terrain characteristics is important to understanding the evidence site here and its potential. In the open ocean deep there can be sea mounts that are known to fishermen even from ancient times. S
ea mountsare nothing more than mountains or mountain ranges on the ocean bottom the tops of which may come close to the ocean surface but not breach it. If the top does break the surface creating exposed land, from a mariner’s point of view it is of course known as an “island.”
Because of their elevated mass, sea mounts can dramatically effect water currents swirling around them and that can attract concentrations of living creatures such as fish, whales, etc. and thereby of course fishermen who sometimes try to keep their locations secret from their fishing competitors.
They may even spread rumors about the dangers of fishing around them to help keep others away. As you can see in the above image, this evidence site is right on and part of a elevated mountain ridge system oriented north and south extending south from Japan.
It would not be unreasonable to anticipate that any sea mount in these Mariana Trench system depths might be accompanied by others nearby along the same ridge system.
The above 2nd image provides a closer view of the evidence location site. However, as you can see, there is nothing here in this view to really see. The site itself is hidden by concentration of smudge treatments within the yellow circle.
Further, The rough textured background you see extending around and further out from this spot where I have put “not real” labels is just that, not real. It is some form of very advanced image tampering covering and hiding what otherwise might have been seen in this area.
What is incredible from my research point of view is that we are suppose to be looking at fixed satellite imaging.
Yet this textured background moves and sways back and forth and from side to side as though attempting to mimic a major field of kelp or some other vegetation fixed to the bottom moving in response to constantly shifting water currents.
It immediately comes to mind that a constantly shifting and moving false background like this would be very hard to nearly impossible to defeat graphically and is a really powerful obfuscation tool.
Worse, Google Earth has massive amounts of this type of obfuscation all around its Earth globe and especially in suspect places where someone like me would want to look.
In fact, for a researcher like me, its presence suggests that something may be hidden in the areas it appears in and draws research attention for a closer even if often futile look.
In the above 3rd image just a tiny ever so slight amount of increased zoom and presto what you see above in image #2 literally pops suddenly into view like a hole in a closed door.
At first the evidence site appears to be a typical shallow atoll sticking out of the water but closer inspection reveals this is actually all submerged underwater and remember that this site is a part of the Mariana Trench system which also makes it part of one of the deepest areas of the world’s oceans.
Before we go in for a closer look at the evidence in the next image, please note the textured background out and around this hole in the tampering. Note that the objects (false vegetation) would be impossibly gigantic relative to the evidence site true size.
This demonstrates that one cannot trust the scale data supplied by Google Earth when this kind of manipulation is going on in an image.
In the above 4th image we’re still looking at the evidence site through the hole in the tampering but now closer.
The white surf on the north (upper) side of the site demonstrates waves moving from the darker really deep water onto the lighter color shallower water above this submerged mountain sea mount. Note that the very narrow band of light color terrain just outside the wave line into the darker water indicates a quick sharp drop into much deeper water.
So we are looking at a submerged sea mount here coming fairly close to the surface but not breaching it as an island sticking out of the water.
Note the clouds pointed out by my labeling. Note the dark shadow on the left cast by one of the clouds. This demonstrates just how distant this scene really is and again why Google Earth stated scales often can’t be trusted.
The above 5th–8th images positions us as close as possible to the evidence before distortion completely takes over. The structures here all appear to be underwater and I’m thinking the rectangular four joined constructs may be related to the resin structures seen in my 2010 Report #178 on Air Force Dugway land here in the USA and specifically images #3 and #11-14 in that report.