As bizarre as the different alien species in our universe happen to be, there may be even stranger things deep “under the sea,” as a group of deep-sea explorers recently found out first hand.
At approximately 2,590 feet beneath the surface in the remote Pacific Ocean, an exploration mission undertaken by the Ocean Exploration Trust recorded a known, but remarkably strange, jellyfish transforming in front of their remotely operated robotic vehicle.
The strange life form was identified as the rare Deepstaria jellyfish, a creature capable of expanding and changing shape like an alien life form from deep outer space.
The scientists watch in stunned amazement as the creature transforms from a Pac-Man like jellyish form described as a “ghost” to a long, amorphous blob that begins at about 40 seconds into the video below.
More than 95 percent of the Earth’s oceans have not been explored
Much of the world’s oceans remain a mystery. Despite constant efforts to explore them, new discoveries are made at a glacially slow pace. As of the year 2000, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) estimated that as much as 95 percent of the world’s oceans and 99 percent of the ocean floor remain unexplored.
Among the most rare and magnificent discoveries is the Deepstaria jellyfish, which has only been spotted a dozen or so times in the last half-century. Very little is known about these “shapeshifting” jellyfish that have also been discovered as ghost-like in appearance, which is why the researchers in the video below seem surprised by its bizarre behavior.
In late 2019 the Nautilus team managed to find one approximately 2,500 feet (750 meters) underwater in the Central Pacific, about halfway between the continental United States and Australia.
The video has been viewed nearly 1.2 million times since its release, and it shows just how bizarre these “alien” life forms can get the deeper you trek into the great unknown of the ocean.
The Deepstaria also houses within it a vivid red isopod, a segmented crustacean. The isopod likely is not being eaten by the strange shapeshifting jellyfish, but according to the Ocean Exploration Trust, “it is likely that this small crustacean consumes pieces of jelly while remaining hidden from predators.”
The expedition was last said to be exploring the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, a natural, protected area covering over 490,000 square miles in the central Pacific Ocean.
Its goal is to continue documenting the deep seas and creatures that dwell in these alien-like areas. Among the creatures that live there are the many “shapeshifters of the sea.”
Shapeshifting aliens and the creatures of the sea: Is there a connection?
As you can see in the video, the sea is punctuated with strange creatures that far surpass just about anything found on land in the complexity and uniqueness of their movements. They are alien life forms living within the confines of the Earth.
Another case involves the sighting of a 26-foot long tube-like creature near an active volcano recently in New Zealand. The creature is stunning as it moves through the water, almost like an alien on a faraway planet or a biological UFO sighting in the night’s sky (see below in this picture from Getty Images).
As you can see from these examples, the more we venture into the “outer space” like areas of the ocean, the more we find bizarre creatures like these.
With that in mind, why should there be any doubt in anyone’s mind that we are not alone in the universe?
Among the UFO and alien community, many have speculated that the grey aliens share some sort of common DNA and/or ancestry with dolphin-like creatures, as they have strikingly similar features. Reports of shapeshifting reptilian aliens, including aliens that are able to mask themselves as political figures on Earth such as members of the royal family, presidents who have inhabited the White House, and other high-ranking officials and members of secret societies have also been reported.
Other theories posit that greys are actually reptilians or a subservient race to them, and that many dinosaurs evolved into reptilians that now shapeshift, walk among us, and inhabit the inner Earth.
These connections are striking to say the very least.