UFO hunters are claiming that a particular image taken by a Google Maps snapper could offer proof of alien existence.
Argentinian alien researcher, Marcelo Igazusta, said he has found evidence of a “giant pyramid” beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean back in 2016, and that it could possibly be an alien underwater base.
The sighting was discussed in detail on Scott Waring’s blog UFO Sightings Daily. The said “object in the sea” is said to be located 8.5 miles across its base.
It can not yet be conclusively established if it is truly an underwater alien base. Warring, insists, however, that whatever it was, the discovery was incredible all the same. He justified: “Even if this is not a UFO that landed in the ocean that was being used as an alien base, it still is a monumental discovery.”
Warring also raves about the characteristics of the discovery, starting with the fact that as an 8.5-mile pyramid, he says, it is the “biggest the world has ever known.” Located right off of Mexico, near the ancient Mayan and Aztec pyramids, Warring also says humans could never have built such a construction.
Warring surmises: “Only aliens could accomplish making such a massive structure.”
There’s also another image that appears on Google Maps that’s also catching the imagination of UFO followers and believers as it shows a “Star Wars-like structure” in the middle of the Egyptian desert.
Some have called to describing it as a “secret UFO base.”
The strange sight sparked a debate among UFO Hunters who are claiming that the odd building has links to UFO research.
The structure’s existence caught the attention of SecureTeam10, a source for “UFO sighting videos.” Other, however, have expressed doubts and are instead exploring and offering logical explanations for the sighting.
Such is the thing with UFO sightings, like other beliefs driven by, faith for example, one would believe what he wants to believe, at times irrespective of empirical evidence.
The Goldwater also reported earlier that a study says UFO sightings are linked with military bases, with some saying that such sightings could be nothing more than misidentified military aircraft, after all.