An Alien Base Portal Found Off The Coast Of New Orleans (UPDATED NOW WITH VIDEO)

Aliens have undersea bases and world wide portals.

The video has been updated with a crew actually going in to the salty depths of the New Orleans Alien Base "Portal" or "Gateway" to the rest of the world or the UNIVERSE?

The bottomless 'jacuzzi of death' that kills anything that swims into it, could it be an Alien base portal connecting different continents?
  • Researchers reveal massive brine pool off the coast of New Orleans.
  • Researchers first discovered massive brine pool in 2015 using a robosub. 
  • Now the first hi-resolution map of it has been revealed.
  • The 19C circular pool is about 100 feet in circumference. 
  • Lies nearly 3,300 feet below the surface of the Gulf.
  • Contains water four or five times saltier than the surrounding seawater.
It's not sure how deep the mysterious "Jacuzzi of death" is but it also could be an undersea portal that connects parts of the world via an underground infrastructure? There could also be an Alien base there? I say this because of all the mysterious events that have been happening in and around New Orleans, USA and the whole world. This past decade the sightings of Aliens and UFOs has risen ten fold and people have seen UFOs diving in and out of the waters, off the New Orleans coast, plus around the world.

This makes this find an amazing coincidence or is it part of the disclosure project? I bet your thinking WTF? Well these are the facts, nothing can enter the mysterious opening that is biological because it will be killed, almost instantly. There's no oxygen and most metallics will be eaten just by the toxic strength of the brine. Basically nothing is going in or out, without some sort of force field around it? That's a given.

This "brine" is perfect to keep out any humans that come sniffing around. With human technology as it is now, we can't penetrate it. Aliens will definitely know this. So will update the brine accordingly as our technology grows, so as to keep out us "the nosey humans". If you want to go in to this "brine" you need a suit made of diamonds? Even then we don't know what would happen to it? We need a specific toxicity report done on this layer of "in-penetrable" toxic boundary. Just because it is brine at the surface of this opening, there could be other layers that go down for hundreds of meters and if not maybe miles? It is perfect to keep out any humans.

Here's what the main stream (wet wipes) media has to say about this "Jacuzzi of death". I found this on mailonline and this is what they have to say.

It is known as the 'jacuzzi of death' - and is one of the oddest places on the planet. Researchers first discovered a massive brine pool under the Gulf on Mexico in 2014 using a robo-sub. Now, they have returned to create the first high resolution map of the area - and say it could hold the key to finding life on other planets.

'On the last leg of these sea floor hydrocarbon community investigations, we focused on a larger brine pool dubbed the 'Jacuzzi of Despair,' in reference to its warm temperature (19°C) and high salt content—which can be fatal to many macro-fauna unlucky enough to fall in (we observed large dead isopods and crabs that had been preserved along the edge of the brine pool),' the researchers wrote in Oceanography. 'This crater-like, circular, brine-filled pool rose 3m above the surrounding sea floor, and brine was spilling out on one side in a spectacular 'waterfall.'

'It was one of the most amazing things in the deep sea,' Erik Cordes, associate professor of biology at Temple University who discovered the site along with several colleagues, and published a report on the findings in the journal Oceanography, told Discovery News after a previous visit to the area. 'You go down into the bottom of the ocean and you are looking at a lake or a river flowing.

Alien portal off the coast of New Orleans USA

The circular pool - about 100 feet in circumference and about 12 feet deep -- lies nearly 3,300 feet below the surface of the Gulf. It contains water that is four or five times saltier than the surrounding seawater. As a result, the brine is so dense that it sits on the bottom, forming an underwater cauldron of toxic chemicals that include methane gas and hydrogen sulphide that doesn't mix with surrounding seawater.

'It feels like you are not on this world.' Cordes - who studies deep-sea corals - and others first found the formations in 2014 using a remotely-operated underwater robot called Hercules. They returned the following year with the three-person research sub Alvin to get a closer look.

Now, their latest study has been published. The team retrieved some samples of microbial life that are adapted to handle the high salinity and low oxygen levels of the brine pool. Cordes believes that these creatures could resemble life on planets in our solar system.

'There's a lot of people looking at these extreme habitats on Earth as models for what we might discover when we go to other planets,' Cordes told Seeker in May. 'The technology development in the deep sea is definitely going to be applied to the worlds beyond our own.'


During the Jurassic period, between 200 and 145.5 million years ago, a shallow sea existed on the site of the current Gulf of Mexico. As plate tectonics continued its inexorable march onwards, this sea was eventually severed from the rest of the ocean. In a warm world, this isolated sea began to evaporate, which ultimately left behind a mass of salt.

Eventually, the evaporated inland sea was flooded as it was once again connected to the world's oceans, but by this point, vast layers of salt several kilometres thick had already been covered by sediment. However, as the weight of seawater squashed this salt down, some of it was forced back up onto the sea floor via a process called 'salt tectonics.' This salt then interacted with the seawater, dissolved, and formed clouds of brine that settled on the sea floor.

This salt then interacted with the seawater, dissolved, and formed clouds of brine that settled on the sea floor. One of the main purposes for revisiting this brine pool was to conduct a high-resolution mapping survey of the area.

'The top layer of the brine pool (surface down to 3m depth) had very high salinity (80–110 psu) and a temperature of 7.8°C. 'Below this layer, we found dense, hydrocarbon-charged, fluidized mud at a temperature of 19°C,' the team said. 'The sampling line and CTD were lowered ~19 m into the pool but never reached a hard bottom—shedding new light on the nature of these 'bottomless' brine pools.'

The preliminary analyses confirmed that the brine pool was saturated with methane. The team now hope to return to create 3D maps. 'Ongoing analysis of this experimental spectral data, together with high-resolution three-dimensional mapping, will provide a more detailed picture of the physical and bio-geochemical processes at work in these extreme environments.

'This information helps us to estimate the amount and extent of microbial processes occurring in such environments and to better understand how these ecosystems are initially formed, how they change over time, and what controls the differences among them that we observed on these and other expeditions.'

Here's some other Alien undersea portals from other parts of the world.

Ancient Alien Power Grids - This Giant Deep Sea Obelisk is located on the opposite side of the Earth from the Great Pyramid of Giza. Ancient Aliens' Connections through power grids is thought to be related to the worldwide phenomenon of Pyramids.

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