UFO: Alien Spacecraft Hovers over Mexican Volcano
Date: February, 2016.
Place: Popocateptl Volcano. Mexico.
In ancient times, the Aztec people used to believe that natural features were related to deities or mythical heroes. This is the case of Popocateptl Volcano. The name of this active volcano located near from Mexico City comes from Popoca (“he who emits smoke”), an Aztec warrior who found out his wife had died while he was in war. Harrowed by pain, he decided to take her body with him, then he climbed the volcano and, due to the low temperatures, they got frozen, which sealed their love for eternity.
But, besides all these beautiful legends, Popocateptl has some secrets. Ufologists affirm that the mountain is one of the main hotspots of UFO activity in Mexico. From Antiquity to Modern Times, many people have reported strange objects flying around the volcano. One of the most recent reports is dated on February 8, 2016.
According to the evidence collected, at about 18:30 (-6 GMT), a dark, saucer-shaped flying object passed near the mountain. Some experts suggest that thesephenomena are more common at sunrise and at sunset. Are these unidentified objects actual extraterrestrial devices? If so, what are they looking for in an active volcano? Do they have a basecamp in Popocateptl? Only time will tell…
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UFO Caught Over Aztec Volcano In Mexico, Feb 8, 2016, Photos, UFO Sighting News.
Date of sighting: February 8, 2016 18:42:05
Location of sighting: Volcano Popocatepetl, Mexico
Source cam image: http://webcamsdemexico.net/popocatepetl1/2016-02-08/1842.jpg
I caught this UFO over a volcano that was named by the ancient Aztecs. This UFO was caught…mind you…during sunset! Sunset is the #1 best time of the day to catch a UFO. Below is an interesting Aztec story about Popocatepetl.
Scott C. Waring
The Aztec story about the volcano goes like this:
Iztaccíhuatl’s father sent Popocatepetl to war in Oaxaca, promising him his daughter as his wife if he returned. Iztaccíhuatl’s father presumed he would not return and so arranged several suitors for his daughter. When Iztaccíhuatl heard of this she killed herself with a dagger, because she knew that Popocatepetl would never survive in battle, and did not want to marry anyone else. When Popocatépetl returned, and discovered the death of his lover, he took her to the top of the mountain, hoping the cold would wake her but Instead he froze. God covered them with snow and changed them into mountains. Iztac cíhuatl’s mountain was called “La Mujer Dormida, (the “Sleeping Woman”), because it bears a resemblance to a woman sleeping on her back. Popocatépetl became the volcano Popocatépetl, raining fire on Earth in blind rage at the loss of his beloved.