This is the image Nasa released in a statement about its upcoming announcement

Wondering if anyone else sees what I am seeing with the soft disclosure movement regarding life existing beyond earth?  Today I came across a whole deluge of science articles that seems to be part of a coordinated release along with the “amazing” announcement from NASA concerning oceans discovered in other parts of our solar system.  The NASA announcement will be made on Thursday April 13th this week.

Apparently the “The Powers That Be” have decided to give some support to NASA’s coming announcements by breaking the news that the Mariana Trench, which is the deepest location on earth, has signs of life.  Mariana Trench, a place with no sunlight and massive pressure, contains living microbes which may thrive in this oceanic abyss.

Interesting and yet somewhat relevant to alien oceans in our solar systems.  To me, this news story was deliberately released to coincide with NASA’s exo-planetary ocean findings.

Below are the links and headline news articles about the Mariana Trench discoveries and NASA’s coming disclosures of oceans on other planets.

Drip, drip, drip for the sleeping public.

“Turn the faucet on, all the way” says the FULL DISCLOSURE crowd.

Researchers have discovered traces of organic material in samples of serpentine that were pulled six miles (10 km) below the sea floor in the Mariana Trench. The team has noted that the material is similar to what is produced by microbes living in more accessible placesSamples suggest there is life in the Mariana Trench–

Evidence of Deepest Life on Earth Found Near Mariana Trench Newser-Apr 11, 2017 –

Mariana microbes: Signs of life discovered at deepest point on EarthRT-Apr 11, 2017 –

Deepest Traces Of Life On Earth Found Near Mariana Trench Science World Report -14 hours ago –

Deepest Traces of Life Found 6 Miles Below Mariana Trench Telegiz News-17 hours ago –

Scientists think Earth is spewing up the deepest traces of life ever Science Alert-Apr 11, 2017 –

Here are the soft disclosure articles about Oceans that exist beyond earth……

NASA to Reveal New Discoveries About Oceans Beyond Earth –

NASA to announce new discoveries about ocean worlds CNN-Apr 11, 2017 –

Nasa to reveal huge news about extraterrestrial oceans which could The Sun-Apr 11, 2017 –

What we expect from NASA’s ‘oceans beyond Earth’ newsCNET-Apr 11, 2017 –

NASA to announce exciting news about ocean planets this week BGR-Apr 11, 2017 –

Below I posted a full article released today, leading humanity to the full awareness of life outside of earth.  Sounds so ridiculous to the awakened person but I guess we have to put ourselves into the shoes of the matrix entrenched individuals who believe life only exists on planet earth and nowhere else in the galactic universe …….

LIFE IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM? Nasa has discovered a potential ‘alien habitat’ on the surface of Saturn’s moon, rumours suggest

Stargazers believed to have discovered a ‘habitable zone’ in an ice-covered ocean on Enceladus
by Jasper Hamill

12th April 2017, 10:03 am

NASA is rumoured to have found a “habitable zone” in an alien ocean on Enceladus, a moon of Saturn.

Tomorrow, the space agency will make a announcement about a discovery which relates to “oceans beyond Earth”.

A Nasa image of Enceladus, which is believed to be hiding an ocean at its south pole

A Nasa image of Enceladus, which is believed to be hiding an ocean at its south pole

This is the image Nasa released in a statement about its upcoming announcement

This is the image Nasa released in a statement about its upcoming announcement

Although Nasa has remained tight-lipped about its news, stargazers are already beginning to speculate about what it has found.

Now a man who is said to be a former Nasa employee has published an unverified spoiler ahead of tomorrow’s event.

Keith Cowing, an analyst who writes for Astrobiology, claimed Nasa scientists had spotted hydrothermal vents on the seabed of an ice-covered ocean.

If true, this would be a momentous discovery because some scientists believe life on Earth began near similar vents in our own oceans.

“The process is indicative of possible habitable zones within the ocean of Enceladus,” Cowing wrote.

However, he offered the following caveat: “Before we go any further, ‘habitable’ does not mean ‘inhabited’.”

The Cassini probe has been speeding through “plumes” which gush into space from Enceladus and collecting samples from them.

Cowing claimed Cassini had found evidence suggesting a natural process was going on around these vents which is creating methane from carbon dioxide.

Deep in the oceans of Earth, tiny lifeforms perform a similar process.

“There are forms of life on Earth that use hydrogen to produce methane from and carbon dioxide in a process known as methanogenesis,” Cowing added.

“As such, if similar conditions exist on Enceladus, the issue of habitability arises. But again, this could just be chemistry that happens without any living processes involved.”