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Sixty UFOs Over Tula Mexico During Equinox

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By Scott Corrales
UFO Digest Latin America Correspondent


Source: www.analuisacid.com
Date: 03.24.11

Sixty UFOs Over Tula During Equinox In Mexico  

News Item from the Plaza Juarez newspaper
21 March 2011
By Verónica Monroy

Sixty UFOs Appeared as Witnesses Drew Energy

Tula de Allende, Hidalgo – Unidentified flying objects formed shapes in the sky and disappeared later, having been visible from Cerro El Magoni yesterday before noon, as thousands of visitors who were “drawing energy” from the archaeological area.

Some of the visitors at summit of Pyramid B, where the “Atlantis” statues are located, noted that they held their hands aloft, looking skyward to draw down energy, when they found themselves concentrating – as they turned toward Cerro El Magoni -- on a series of unidentified flying objects that spun rapidly in a single direction.

They noted that they could not exactly specify the number of the objects, but that they could be over 50 or 60, and that the phenomenon occurred five minutes before noon, as the sun beat down upon them.

Witnesses remarked that the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) employees, located at various points of the site, advised each other via walkie-talkie of the shapes being seen, urging those with cameras to record the image. But inexplicably, some cameras and cell phones were jammed. [The witnesses] stressed that the objects rose in seconds to form a sort of square shape, followed by a triangle and another square, before immediately heading south, forming a letter “S” and then vanishing altogether.

Following the sighting, visitors concentrated at various points of the archaeological site, such as Pyramid A and B, as well as the dancers, testified to the event as “a gift from the Spring Equinox.”

Regarding the phenomenon, INAH staff stated that they had indeed witnessed the sighting over the center of Cerro El Magoni, but that there exists no precedent, in their opinion. The study of phenomena of this sort must not be dismissed out of hand and must undoubtedly be taken into consideration by researchers, so that they will pay more attention to the sky. A similar event was reported last year, and must therefore be taken seriously.

It should be noted that out of 25,000 visitors to the Archaeological Zone during the three-day holiday period, hoping to charge themselves with energy, around 2,500 were present at the time that the UFOs appeared. Most of them said they were impressed by the phenomenon they saw in the sky.

Regarding the visitors’ behavior, archaeologist Luis Manuel Gamboa said is was good, which allowed all activities performed inside the Tula Archaeological Zone to be carried out with success. 
Tula de Allende, Hidalgo – Unidentified flying objects formed shapes in the sky and disappeared later, having been visible from Cerro El Magoni yesterday before noon, as thousands of visitors who were “drawing energy” from the archaeological area.

Some of the visitors at summit of Pyramid B, where the “Atlante” statues are located, noted that they held their hands aloft, looking skyward to draw down energy, when they found themselves concentrating – as they turned toward Cerro El Magoni -- on a series of unidentified flying objects that spun rapidly in a single direction.

They noted that they could not exactly specify the number of the objects, but that they could be over 50 or 60, and that the phenomenon occurred five minutes before noon, as the sun beat down upon them.

Witnesses remarked that the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) employees, located at various points of the site, advised each other via walkie-talkie of the shapes being seen, urging those with cameras to record the image. But inexplicably, some cameras and cell phones were jammed. [The witnesses] stressed that the objects rose in seconds to form a sort of square shape, followed by a triangle and another square, before immediately heading south, forming a letter “S” and then vanishing altogether.

Following the sighting, visitors concentrated at various points of the archaeological site, such as Pyramid A and B, as well as the dancers, testified to the event as “a gift from the Spring Equinox.”

Regarding the phenomenon, INAH staff stated that they had indeed witnessed the sighting over the center of Cerro El Magoni, but that there exists no precedent, in their opinion. The study of phenomena of this sort must not be dismissed out of hand and must undoubtedly be taken into consideration by researchers, so that they will pay more attention to the sky. A similar event was reported last year, and must therefore be taken seriously.

It should be noted that out of 25,000 visitors to the Archaeological Zone during the three-day holiday period, hoping to charge themselves with energy, around 2,500 were present at the time that the UFOs appeared. Most of them said they were impressed by the phenomenon they saw in the sky.

Regarding the visitors’ behavior, archaeologist Luis Manuel Gamboa said is was good, which allowed all activities performed inside the Tula Archaeological Zone to be carried out with success.

 

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