An alien researcher believes he has found evidence of a ‘giant pyramid’ beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean that could be an alien underwater base.

Found by Argentine researcher Marcelo Igazusta and detailed on the UFO Sightings Daily blog by Scott Waring, the object is said to measure more than 8.5 miles across its base.

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“Even if this is not a UFO that landed in the ocean that was being used as an alien base, it still is a monumental discovery,” said Waring.

“An 8.5-mile pyramid… biggest the world has ever known, and it’s right off of Mexico, near the ancient Mayan and Aztec pyramids. Humans could never have built such a construction. Only aliens could accomplish making such a massive structure.”

Though clearly excited, there are several similar sized points nearby, and Google Maps is known to show the landscape of mapped ocean floor, including the various underwater peaks and trenches that are common in the Pacific.

Pacific Ocean formation
(Screenshot/Google Maps)


Though you can’t fault the eagle-eyed skills of those involved. It was Waring who also posted the alleged Google Maps sighting of the Kraken off the coast of Antarctica, which he posted online in April before it being more widely discussed last week.

The sighting was quickly revealed to actually be a rock formation known as Sail Rock that lies off the coast of Deception Island.

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