The Journal of Hispanic Ufology
October 27, 2005

Source: analuisacid.com
Date: 10.27.05

by Ana Luisa Cid

A special program titled "Esferas en Mexico" (Spheres over Mexico), recorded on October 25, 2005, presents filmed evidence that allows us to state that not all of the spheres floating in the sky are balloons.

The Filiberto Lopez video, taken in the year 2000 from Puebla (Mexico) presents a pattern of behavior that can hardly be reproduced through the mass launching of balloons.

This material shows how the witness records a fleet of spherical objects moving in a northerly direction. Minutes later, this contingent makes a rendezvous with another larger object of undefined shape that rapidly absorbs the group of spheres, subsequently heading toward the Popocatepetl Volcano.

There are many more witnesses to this event, which this author interviewed for the aforementioned telecast.

Another noteworthy event was the one recorded on Sunday, October 23 of this year, when multiple reports of fleets traveling in two contingents were reported. The first of them was in the east, recorded by Lic. Efren Guzman (collaborator) and the second in the municipality of Naucalpan in the state of Mexico, recorded by Mrs. Monserrat Romero, a member of the "Los Ojos de la Ciudad" ("Eyes of the City") association.

We subsequently received reports that the groups in question had dispersed and that only isolated spheres remained.

Some hours later, Salvador Guerrero and this author witnessed several cube-shaped structures flying in the north region. What we found most striking is that some of the spheres were rapidly adhering to the sides of these objects, engaging in uncoventional maneuvers. It was determined that there was no apparent explanation for this event.

Mr. Guerrero presented this material as an exclusive for the "Viva la Mañana" program.

When we, the aforemementioned are able to ascertain that the events in question were the result of a mere flight of balloons, we will then concede the point to others. Until this happens, we will continue to document and state that not all spheres are balloons in Mexico, nor are all balloons UFOs, and that no easy explanation is available for all aerial phenomena.

Translation (c) 2005. Scott Corrales, IHU.
Special thanks to Prof. Ana Luisa Cid.

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