9.21.2009

Scientific expedition into underground alien UFO base in Siberia

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The massive Yakutia territory in Siberia, Russia, covers an area of 3,000,000 km², and has a population of only around 1 million people -making it one of the most sparsely settled areas on the planet. It should come as no surprise that it holds many secrets and it's a paradise for those researching anomalous phenomena. Both Ufologists and Cryptozoologists are attracted to its vast tundras and seemingly endless wilderness.
Numerous sightings of the Yeti have occurred in this area and some even believe a few live dwarf mammoths still hide here. UFO sightings are commonplace. We reported on one such UFO event just last week.
Recently a series of domed underground bases have been discovered on the banks of the Vilyuy River. These are believed, by researchers, to be UFO bases used by visiting extraterrestrials. There are said to be vast structures and many rooms beneath these domes. The domes are believed to have been used by UFO travellers for thousands of years. Underwater crop circles are said to act as markers helping aliens locate the bases
Now an expedition, of 15 researchers and scientists, is going to enter one of these domes to finally uncover its secrets.
The leader of this scientific expedition will be Nikolai Subbotin of Perm City, a UFO researcher. He noted that, "It is written in ancient Tibetan scrolls that in times gone by these domes were part of a defence system for an ancient ET colony. I know this all sounds highly unbelievable and like complete fantasy, however, having read the scrolls myself, I can say that they really do contain such information."
Were these domes created by ETs or were they built by an ancient, technologically advanced, human civilization that disappeared or was destroyed at some point in time for reasons we do not know?
[Source: www.yakutia24.ru through www.allnewsweb.com]
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