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Eltanin Antenna



A mysterious structure that was discovered at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in 1964 by the NSF polar research vessel Eltanin 1000 miles south of Cape Horn. The object showed up on photographs of the sea floor and was described as a pole rising from the ocean floor with a series of twelve spokes radiating from it. Each spoke had a sphere shape on the end of it at an angle of 15 degress from one another. There has been a lot of speculation regarding the origins and purpose of the object.

It is not known what the object is, where it came from or how it even got there. Some have speculated that it was put there by an ancient civilization, others have even suggested it to be a piece of extraterrestrial technology.

Related entries: Antikythera Mechanism, Crystal Skulls, Legend of the Circle of 13 Skulls, Nazca Lines, Plain of Jars, Voynich Manuscript

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