Gigantic ‘Alien City’ Discovery: UFO Hunter Finds 80-Mile-Long Underwater Structure Off Baja California Coast

A UFO hunter using Google Earth has reportedly spotted an “alien city” off the coast of Mexico in the Gulf of California. The enormous structure rests underwater about 45 miles from the Mexican coastline. Although UFO and alien hunters have “discovered” various large structures on the ocean floor before, the “alien city” is unique in its sheer size and its adherence to linearity.

The Mirror reported July 23 that YouTube user Mexico Geek had uploaded a video wherein the gigantic outlines of some sort of structure could be made out between the peninsula of Baja California and the western coast of Mexico. Laid out in long, tube-shaped lines, the so-called “alien city” stretches for 76 miles (125 kilometers) at its furthest points. It is also roughly 2.4 miles (4 kilometers) wide.

In the video, Mexico Geek spins and zooms toward the underwater “alien city” image to present a close-up view of the discovery. The video then asks if the images are the remains of ancient roads, the remains of ancient civilizations, or could they be simple faults in the seabed? Mexico Geek measures the longest part of the structure as 129 kilometers (80 miles).

In a video, titled “Ancient Alien City Found In The Gulf Of California?,” posted by Mister Enigma, a channel dedicated to presenting “the strangest news on the web,” it is pointed out that the unusual structure “cannot be a natural formation” and that it bears some “resemblance” to the famed Nazca Lines, the ancient massive glyphs carved into the terrain in the Andes of Peru. The narrator then asks who could have built such a structure — an ancient civilization, humans, or aliens?

Curiosity and speculative analysis gives way to more certainty, though, at UFO Sightings Daily, a blog operated by UFO hunter Scott C. Waring. Ruling out the possibility of the structure being constructed by natural forces, he wrote on his blog, “The chances of this being an intellectually made structure… I put that at 100%.”

Waring has called for further study of the gigantic underwater anomaly, simply due to it being “so close, so accessible.” After noting that aquatic drones could be used to explore the underwater structure, he went on to suggest, “Maybe the Discovery Channel, History Channel or National Geographic would fund such a mission and make a show.”

(Note: Waring has a point about the anomaly becoming part of a television show or series. There are several currently extant for which the “alien city” would likely be considered, such as the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens and Science Channel’s What On Earth? (The latter series actually explores and investigates strange images discovered via satellite and outside Earth orbit photography.)

The “alien city” discovery is the second massive underwater find via Google Earth in the past few weeks. As the Inquisitr reported earlier in the month, a “giant pyramid” was found off the coast of Mexico, resting on the floor of the Pacific Ocean. That structure was measured at approximately 8.5 miles in diameter. Although there remains widespread uncertainty as to what the huge pyramidal structure might actually be, it was speculated that it was artificial, perhaps a giant UFO parked on the ocean floor — or even a UFO mega-base.

The Gulf of California “alien city” now joins the list of other underwater bases or cities that are believed to exist around the world. One of the more famous and also a product of Google Earth searching rests of the California coast. Known as the “Malibu Anomaly,” it has been posited as some sort of alien UFO base, although a earthquake geologist David Schwartz of the U.S. Geological Survey told Huffington Post in June, 2014, that he believed it to be a natural part of the continental shelf. Another underwater base supposedly exists to the south of Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and has been the site of constant UFO activity, according to a recently published report filed with the Mutual UFO Network in March by a Marine stationed there in the late 1960s.

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