Did you know that to this date we have explored less than five percent of the world’s oceans? (source) Think about that for a moment, we practically know nothing about our oceans and the lifeforms that could dwell there. Again, 95 percent of this realm remains unexplored and unseen by human eyes. It’s not hard keeping an open mind with regards to new discoveries when it comes to our oceans, they cover more than 70 percent of the planets surface. So when reading this article and watching these videos, it will probably serve you best to be open to the possibility that aquatic humanoid type beings might actually exist.
Mythology Of Mermaids
The story of aquatic humanoids or “mermaids” have been told and depicted in the mythologies of nearly every human culture in history for a very long time, which lends to the belief that these creatures once existed, and still do (in my opinion). I wrote an article about prehistoric flying machines, and illustrated how they were well documented throughout ancient history, and mirror much of the documentation that’s available today on UFOs. I have a feeling that the mermaid phenomenon could be another truth that’s considered a part of ancient mythology.
Apparently, below is footage taken by Marine Biologist Dr. Torsten Schmidt and former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Biologist Dr. Paul Robertson confirmed that it was similar to a body that was found by himself and a team of scientists prior to this footage. This isn’t the only footage, apparently more footage was captured by the British coast guard which reveals a very similar looking aquatic humanoid type being, the faces are almost identical (will show later in the article).
If you forward the footage to approximately the 1:50 minute mark, you can see a close up of the face which again, is very similar to the footage captured by the UK coast guard that’s presented later in the article.
Is This Footage Real or Fake?
This footage was revealed by Animal Planet, a division of Discovery Communications that has a reputation for presenting scientific information to their viewers on the full range of life within the animal kingdom. It’s known as an educational channel, so for them to present something completely fictional is highly questionable.
The show states that the film “is science fiction based on some real events and scientific theory, and amateur footage, including photos and videos shot by deep-sea fishermen that has never been seen the United States. It includes ncludes compelling, credible evidence. (source) (source)
What about the ones involved within the film? One criticism of the film is that the people in the film aren’t really real, that they are actors. These theories have been flying around on websites, but nothing is mentioned by animal planet. Many websites claim that he (Dr. Paul Robertson, NOAA Scientist) is an actor named Andre Weideman. When you look at Andre’s pictures and compare them with Dr Paul Robertson, they actually look nothing alike, along with the other supposed actors in the film. But I am still open to the possibility, although it is hard to believe, especially after watching these interviews.
Controversy Behind The Film
Another interesting note to mention is Dr. Paul Robertson’s twitter account. Which replies to questions of real and fake with responses such as “this is real.” Another comment that stood out to me was “Thanks to Animal Planet for making our story public. Don’t trust everything the government is telling you, hashtag “believeinmermaids.” (source) Why would he have a twitter account, continually supporting the film, the facts that mermaids are real and creating awareness about other atrocities that happen in the ocean. Why would he tweet something like this?
Please read this related article, another phenomenon that was exposed by this mermaid documentary, something that the US Navy has denied for years : The U.S Navy Killing Thousands (possibly millions) of Whales, Dolphins and other marine life with Sonar & Weapons Testing.
Discovery news also points out that “there were interviews with real NOAA scientists.” They also point out that “though the filmmakers acknowledged that the film is science fiction mixed with fiction, it makes a strong case for the existence of the mermaid.” (source)
The NOAA has responded stating that no evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found saying that:
“The belief in mermaids may have arisen at the very dawn of our species. Magical female figures first appear in cave paintings in the late Palaeolithic (Stone Age) period some 30,000 years ago, when modern humans gained dominion over the land and, presumably, began to sail the seas. Half-human creatures, called chimeras, also about in mythology-in addition to mermaids, there were wise centaurs, wild satyrs, and frightful minotaurs, to name but a few. But are mermaids real? No evidence of acquatic humanoids has ever been found.” (source)
So, is there anyone out there that can add to this? If this is real footage, and there has been evidence found to support that mermaids, or mermen are real, do you think the government would tell us? I believe that anything that threatens our current understanding of human history, mythology, religion, evolution and more is not always told to us, that it would break the very foundations of the current control structure. I believe there are multiple reasons to illicit a cover up on such information, but that’s another topic in itself. The fact that the US government alone classifies almost 500 million pages of documents a year points to that. Also, the fact that governments have been caught lying on a number of issues for a long period time also lends credence to that possibility (Like Navy sonar and weapons testing killing marine life).
If there is any information about this footage that you can share in the comment section, whether it debunks it or proves it, please do so.
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