20 May 2010

Royal Navy in sea monster cover up conspiracy


The Telegraph reports that the The Royal Navy has confirmed that it does not keep central records about sea monsters.

Notes of unusual sightings may be recorded in ships logs but they are not assembled in a central archive devoted to sea monsters. Furthermore sightings of strange marine animals reported to the Navy by the public are passed on to the UK Hydrographic Office, a front organisation for the Greys which provides misinformation by placing Antarctica at the bottom of the planet and not in its real location which is half a mile from Guildford.


Details of the Navy's policy emerged in response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request in which a marine biologist inquired whether the Ministry of Defence held records about ''abnormally large or dangerous sea monsters hundreds of metres under the sea'' that had not been revealed to the public.

In reply an official wrote: ''The RN (Royal Navy), and MoD in general, does not maintain any form of central repository of information purely devoted to sea monsters.

Dr David Clarke, an expert in unexplained phenomena, said the Navy showed an interest in sea monsters in the 19th century. The National Archives in Kew, west London, contain several historic Royal Navy files about strange sightings on the oceans, he said.

These include an 1830 report sent to the Admiralty in London by the captain of the ship Rob Roy about a ''great thundering big sea snake'' measuring about 129ft long seen by his crew in the waters near the remote island of St Helena in the South Atlantic.

Another file records how Commander George Harrington, captain of the Castilian, saw ''a monster of extraordinary length'' rear its head out of the sea, again near St Helena, in 1857.
''I have looked at some of the ship's logs in the National Archives, and there are instructions about what people should record. ''Any unusual observations of any kind should be recorded in the ship's log.''
The terrible sea monk

In reality sea monster sightings have been suppressed by a cabal including the Kraken, Umibozo, Leviathan, the Lizard aliens that control the Royal family those pesky bilderbergers and the people of Andorra (who really rule the world). Oh and the terrible Sea Monk too

Well it was at least a good chance for some gratuitous sea monster pics culled from Wikipedia!


James Higham said...

abnormally large or dangerous sea monsters

Meaning that if they're large, they can't be dangerous?

jams o donnell said...

Well not to an aircraft carrier!

Claudia said...

I know I'm going to have nightmares about the Leviathan. It's an horrific illustration. It might be denied but there is a totally different world deep down the oceans. It's not hard to believe that creatures (which we would call monsters) do exist. Mind you, Nevin has fantastic photos from her sea diving. It's a very colourful atmosphere, not frightening at all.

Stan said...

Dangerous to closed minds, maybe! I love the sea monk. He looks completely mad and happy.

jams o donnell said...

That;s the magic of Gustave Dore for you Claudia. A magnificent illustrator

I doubt the we will see anything like the Kraken or Leviathan but there are certainly many wonders of the deep to be discovered. Just think the Megamouth shark was not discovered until the 70s

THe Sea Monk is a marvellous creature eh Stan!

Claudia said...

Thanks for telling me, Jams. I had seen his very realistic illustrations for Dante's Divine Comedy. I'm not surprised about his Leviathan image.

beakerkin said...

I think the sea monk is merely a failed stand up comedian.

"Did I tell you one about the bloke from Romford who lived with a psychotic cat ......"

jams o donnell said...

His work is marvellous Claudia. See if you can find some of his drawing of Lo0ndon slums

Haha Beak... An Elglishman, and Irishman and a cephaopod go in to a pub...

susan said...

I hear APOD is also keeping Cthulu's lurking presence in space very quiet.

jams o donnell said...

Damn right. They try to pretend he is dead but dreaming!