This Is Why Ufo Crashing Into A Mexican Volcano (VIDEO) – Icestech

This Is Why Ufo Crashing Into A Mexican Volcano (VIDEO)

People all around the world crave for UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) sightings and they record videos and click images once UFOs are spotted. But, have you ever wonder why these UFOs are often found near the dangerous volcanoes?

Alien Hunter UFO Sightings Daily editor Scott C. Waring has given an explanation in his blog.

A video currently making the rounds on the web appears to show an unidentified flying object diving headlong into the smoldering caldera of a Mexican volcano. A light-emitting and fast-flying object appeared to make a quick left turn in order to fly directly into the top of the erupting mountain.

People started capturing UFOs in early 90s, and since then there have millions of reported sightings. In a similar scenario, a Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan presented a video through Tercermienio TV in which he showed mysterious lights, spherical and cigar-shaped objects spotted near the volcanoes including famous Popocatepetl in Mexico.

The video was recorded by the CENAPRED surveillance camera. In the video, one can see a UFO entering the volcanic mouth of Popocatepetl.

Scott says, ” There are many theories of UFO researchers and experts, advancing svarate assumptions, such as the one that sees a kind of monitoring of volcanic and geothermal by aliens. While other experts put forth the hypothesis that UFOs would underground extraterrestrial bases in the vicinity of volcanoes.”

UFO Sightings Daily constantly posts about extraterrestrial life and UFO sightings. Editor Warring believes that alien exists and has evidence to prove his claim. He has claimed to find Gautam buddha statue, goblin face, three old human faces, alien base and drone on the Mars.

He also claims that aliens constantly visit International Space Station (ISS) and NASA knows about existence of aliens but they are hiding the truth from us.

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