Ufologist Claims Interdimensional Portal in Volcano Allows Aliens to Reach Earth

In a bold claim, renowned ufologist Jaime Maussan suggests that aliens can access Earth through an interdimensional portal located within a volcano. According to Maussan, two unidentified flying objects (UFOs) were observed entering the crater of Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano while it spewed lava into the sky.

Popocatepetl, standing at an impressive 5,426 meters (17,802 feet), is a highly active volcano situated southeast of Mexico City. Its name, derived from the Nahuatl language, translates to “Smoking Mountain.”

Maussan, a dedicated researcher of unidentified aerial phenomena, points to findings from the University of Bergen in Norway in 1996, which indicated the presence of magnetic storms beneath the volcano. These storms, he claims, generate X-points or regions of electron diffusion capable of creating a dimensional portal.

NASA physicist Jack Scudder describes X-points as areas where Earth’s magnetic field connects with the Sun’s magnetic field, forming an uninterrupted pathway spanning 93 million miles to the Sun’s atmosphere.

The term “X-points” originates from the intertwined magnetic forces of the Sun and Earth, creating a distinctive X shape.

Maussan further highlights that the concept of wormholes, gateways facilitating travel between different locations in space-time, was first proposed by Albert Einstein in the 1930s.

Accompanied by footage purportedly showing UFOs entering the erupting volcano, Maussan dismisses the possibility of man-made objects entering the crater due to the extreme temperatures of approximately 1,000 degrees Celsius.

According to his theory, Popocatepetl not only serves as an active volcano but also acts as an interdimensional portal, enabling space travelers to traverse between different locations.

Local witnesses express a mix of fascination and concern, with one person suggesting an invasion and others endorsing the authenticity of the footage. Skeptics, on the other hand, propose alternative explanations such as lens reflections or the possibility of drones. One viewer even mentions an apparent explosion of one object after passing the crater.

Jaime Maussan’s claims regarding an interdimensional portal within Popocatepetl volcano have sparked significant interest and debate within the ufology community. While further investigation and scientific analysis are necessary to substantiate these assertions, the idea of extraterrestrial visitors accessing Earth through unconventional means continues to captivate the imaginations of enthusiasts worldwide.

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