Fantastic UFO Filmed Over Erupting Volcano
Is this the most amazing UFO sighting yet? Webcams de Mexico – known to have filmed a number of UFO...
by Ancient Code | small additions by Alexander
UFO hunters are extremely excited after seeing a footage of a ‘flying saucer’ over an active volcano in Mexico. The footage has to be hailed as one of the clearest captures in the last couple of decades.
The strange darker flying saucer was recorded by Webcams de Mexico, which are a network of cameras placed in the vicinity of active volcanos set in place to watch out for eruptions. The UFO was filmed as it appeared to pass over the Colima Volcano.
However, despite all the excitement among UFO hunters, skeptics don’t agree with them saying the image isn’t an alien craft but a ‘blurred bird’ in flight, also known as a blurbo.
According to inexplicata.co.uk, webcams de Mexico has acquired a worldwide reputation for recording a number of unusual phenomenon like the footage near the Colima Volcano also known as Volcán de Fuego.
“A new UFO photo has gone viral on social media, shown near the Volcan de Fuego in the state of Colima.
“Through its Facebook account, Webcams de Mexico displayed the photograph last Friday, showing an object crossing the sky near the fiery colossus.
“The photo asks the question ‘what could it be?’ in order that users may leave their comments about what appears to be flying saucers.”
Scott C Waring, the editor of UFO Sightings Daily, has also posted the pictures.
“This is a really cool sighting from Mexico.
“I actually saw something like this yesterday on the Colima cam, but didn’t report it because it wasn’t clear enough, but this one is fantastic.
“Here you can make out a dark disk with a thick centre area and a round window or doorway on the edge. Wow, just mind-blowing.”
In the past, Webcams de Mexico recorded a number of unexplained things at both the Colima Volcano and its more famous counterpart the Popocatepetl near Mexico City.
Earlier this year, Webcams de Mexico captured a fascinating video near to Colima Volcano before it erupted.
Alexander: Ever since we first started using cameras to monitor erupting volcanoes, the UFO activity has been really high (all lover the world).
Is it because their occupants are conducting advanced scientific experiments, or is it because they are using volcanoes as entrances to the Inner Earth (i.e. Agartha)?
Bonus! Here's the footage of a huge (about 1km long) cigar-shaped UFO entering an erupting volcano in Mexico:
About five seconds into the footage captured by WebCams Mexico, a mysterious object approaches the volcano about to erupt, at the moment of the explosion, the UFO makes its way across the sky while the Volcano continues to go up in lava.
After the explosion, the mysterious object disappears from view.