Turns out aliens may have more to offer than their Area 51 legacy. On top of building flying saucers and sending everyone into an apocalyptic frenzy, they apparently make great underwater architects, too — at least according to Argentinian alien hunter and researcher Marcelo Igazusta.
Using Google Earth of all things, Igazusta believes he found a giant pyramid measuring 8.5 miles wide in the Pacific Ocean near Mexico last month. He claims he came across the underwater structure after noticing a bright bean of light within the darkness of the Pacific Ocean. This beam led him to what is believed to be an enormous pyramid and, according to some UFO enthusiasts, a UFO base.
UFO 5.5 km in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Mexico. Google earth image An intense light on the Pacific Ocean is the latest discovery of the Argentine researcher Marcelo Irazusta. This light of almost 5.5 km in length has a shape similar to a plane, but with a large size.
The pyramid in question can be found at the coordinates 12° 8’1.49 ’N 119° 35’26.39’ W. Alien hunter and well-known enthusiast Scott C. Waring showed his support of the theory and noted that the 8.5-mile width was a modest estimate, and that it may very well be 11 miles wide at the most.
Being close to Mexico, Waring also said there are similarities between the underwater mystery and the Aztec and Mayan pyramids, adding that no human could have constructed such a structure, underwater no less.
The jury is still out, of course, but this sounds more like the opener for the latest “Independence Day” sequel than real life. Here’s hoping we’re not wrong.