In this article we will talk about a story told by the famous Romanian Army General Emil Strainu. After completing his military service, he devoted much of his life to studying the UFO phenomenon and unconventional problems.
Talking to a Soviet-era submarine commander, who patrolled the Pacific Ocean for about 10 years, General Emil Strainu managed to find out an extremely interesting story about a highly advanced underwater city.
This commander had only 45 days off per year, the rest of the year he had a certain area of the Pacific for patrolling. The commander told General Emil Strainu that at one point, in an area that was forbidden even by his bosses to go, being chased by an unidentified submarine object, he descended to the maximum depth of the submarine.
He had to go to that great depth in order to get rid of that unidentified submarine object. After a mad chase, the commander managed to escape. He said that in that crazy race, in which he was trying to get rid of that bizarre submarine object that seemed to intend to destroy it, he passed a huge submarine city
The submarine commander said that the submarine city was immense. Almost as big as Kiev. (Note that this commander was from Kiev and therefore used this comparison) This city seemed highly advanced, it had all kinds of towers and tall buildings, even some kind of public transport, strange vehicles moving in that city.
But all these things were under a huge dome. It seems that this dome used unprecedented technology. It was actually an energy dome. When the submarine approached this dome, all the instruments stopped working and the submarine quickly rose 100 meters above and immediately left that area.
Here is the testimony of a Soviet submarine commander, which is added to many other testimonies from other countries. There is also the testimony of an English commander who says that at one point he could see the lights of a similar underwater city. General Emil Strainu did not want to reveal the identity of this submarine commander for obvious reasons.