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UFOs seen over Mexico


Numerous unidentified flying objects were seen in the sky for several minutes on the morning of 28 October 2004 in the area of Córdoba-Orizaba, Veracruz state, Mexico.

Just after 8am, school students, parents and teachers attending morning assembly saw some white dots in the sky that resembled balloons. A principal of the Constitucion de 1917 High School said there were five or seven objects in the sky at first, with the number increasing to 14 or 16.

“They were white, not shiny like stars. They moved in a circle at first and then they headed in single file toward Orizaba,” the witness said, adding that students and teachers alike witnessed the event, which lasted some 25 minutes. Also in Orizaba, at the Carlos Cardenas Rojas primary school in Colonia Cidosa, mayor Martin Cabrera Zavaleta was leading a civic event when one of those present asked that people look up to see some balloons in the sky.

“First they were six, then nine. Suddenly they started moving while others remained fixed,” said one witness. Two of the objects moved toward one side and six toward the opposite side. One of them remained motionless and finally all of them vanished.

Professors, parents, students, reporters and municipal authorities were witnesses to the event, which was also seen at other schools and sites. (Source: Inexplicata: The Journal of Hispanic Ufology, www.unknowncountry.com)

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms that both reports are of genuine space vehicles coming in both cases from Mars.)

From the December 2004 issue of Share International


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