An active volcano in Mexico, under the watchful eye of a webcam, captured a captivating event in which a group of 18 lights seemed to exit from the fiery depths, reports coasttocoastam.com.
Subsequent investigation, however, revealed that the so-called ‘fleet of UFOs’ had an earthly origin. The remarkable incident reportedly unfolded on a Thursday evening recently and was documented by a monitoring system stationed to observe the Popocatepetl volcano in the Mexican state of Puebla.
In the video (viewable below), a luminous object emerges from the smoke billowing out of the volcano’s crater.
Following this initial anomaly, more than a dozen similar lights trail behind in a straight formation reminiscent of bullets being fired into space.
According to some existing data it might be a Starlink satellites. They just so happened to be passing through space at the perfect angle, in relation to the camera, so as to appear as though they were departing from the volcano.
But there is one but.
This is not the first time the camera has captured the entry and exit of mysterious objects.
The Popocatepetl volcano is a hotspot for UFO sightings, as many witnesses have reported seeing strange lights and objects flying over or near the volcano.
Some researchers, like Scott Waring have suggested that the UFOs may be using the volcano as a portal or a base, accessing an underground network of tunnels and caverns that connect to other locations.
Another possible explanation is that the UFOs are observing and studying the volcano and its effects on the environment and life forms. The Popocatepetl volcano is a natural laboratory for studying geological, climatic, and biological processes.