Remarkable UFO flies over erupting Popocatepetl on two occasions
A remarkable UFO has been detected flying over the erupting Popocatepetl volcano in central Mexico this week at amazing speed, and on two occasions – once at night and again during the day. According to several several aviation experts in Mexico, virtually no airplane on Earth could travel so fast, except perhaps for some US state-of-the-art military aircraft.
In the first video below, you can see a light flying across the sky at night, in the second video at the bottom of the page, the UFO is flying during the day.
UFO hunters and alien enthusiasts have been sent into a frenzy after watching a video of what they describe as the best evidence yet that intelligent beings from another world are watching us, and evidently monitoring volcanic activity.
The video footage, featured on WebCams de Mexico, shows what looks like a flying saucer whizzing behind the active volcano. You can see the object flying in a straight line at very high speed and dangerously close to the spewing lava and hot ash.
— Webcams de México (@webcamsdemexico) April 5, 2016
Popocatepetl is an active volcano in the states of Mexico, Morelos and Puebla, in central Mexico. At 17,802 feet (5,426 metres), it is Mexico’s second-highest peak, after Pico de Orizaba (Citlaltépetl) at 18,491 feet (5,636 metres).
Popocatepetl in Nahuatl (Aztec) means ‘Smoking Mountain’. It is 43 miles (70 km) from Mexico City, and on clear days is visible from the capital.
Whenever the volcano erupts residents of Mexico City and Puebla, also a large city, watch in fascination and also trepidation, because they know they would be in trouble from sulphuric acid and other toxins if there were a major eruption.
Airplanes avoid active volcanoes because the ash can seriously damage the engines – something you don’t want to risk in mid flight. According to Boeing: “In the past 30 years, more than 90 jet-powered commercial airplanes have encountered clouds of volcanic ash and suffered damage as a result.” So, what could this be?
Webcams de Mexico tweeted that it believes the alleged UFO was an airplane. However, nobody has so far been able to explain how a man-made plane could fly so fast and why it would be flying so close to a volcano while it was spewing ash and lava.
Airplanes avoid active volcanoes like the plague, because the ash can seriously damage their engines. No aircraft we know of has such a sharp and narrow shape.
This is not the first time a UFO has been filmed or witnessed flying near the Popocatepetl. There are dozens of video footages spanning several decades of unidentified flying objects seen near it, as well as some other active volcanoes across Mexico.
Many Mexican conspiracy theorists are convinced their Government is hiding the truth regarding alien involvement in the country’s volcanic activity, either because they fear triggering a mass panic or because the aliens have ordered them to keep it secret.
The term ‘UFO’, stands for Unidentified Flying Object. The term emerged in the 1950s. Before that people used to say ‘flying saucer’ or ‘flying disc’.
Over the past 18 months we have received hundreds of reports from people about UFO sightings and alleged alien encounters.
Video – UFO captured on Video passing Popocatepetl volcano
In this slow-motion version, you can clearly see the UFO as it first appears on the right, making its way across the screen, moving behind the active volcano.