Nov 09, 2022 I Paul Seaburn

Hundreds of UFOs Seen Over Argentina and a Transmedium UAP Reported in Lake Titicaca

Something strange and unidentified is happening in the skies over many countries in South America and no one seems to have an explanation for it … nor an estimate as to if and when these UFO events will end. In late October 2022, commercial airline pilots began seeing unexplained lights over the state of Santa Catarina in far southeastern Brazil. In early November 2022, pilots from other airlines confirmed they had also seen the lights and reported maneuvers not physically possible for any known aircrafts. This week, it appears the UFOs have moved to Argentina and Bolivia. Multiple witnesses in the Entre Ríos province in east central Argentina reported seeing hundreds of unexplained lights in the skies, while a video has surfaced in Bolivia of what is being called a “flying saucer” that was seen on the surface of Lake Titicaca before submerging and then flying out of the water into space. Have extraterrestrials discovered the many wonders, minerals and precious metals of South America? Or are the Nazca lines finally attracting them back?

What are the lights people are seeing over Argentina?

"Truck drivers told us that when passing through the Victoria-Rosario bridge, they were seeing strange lights in the area and for that reason, we went to Cerro de la Matanza and we could see, over the Laguna del Pescado." (Google translation) (The Daily Sun) is one of the many media sites interviewing Andrea Pérez Simondini of the Museum of UFO (or UFO Museum), who interviewed witnesses reporting strange lights over the town of Laguna del Pescado in the Victoria district. The UFO Museum was founded in 2005 by Silvia Simondini, the current director of the museum. Victoria is also home to the Vision Ovni (Ufo Vision), an Argentine national UFO research organization founded in 1991 after the Argentine media egan reporting sightings of strange lights coming from Laguna del Pescado lake. Needless to say, the local residents are no strangers to strange lights.

“A month and a half ago, neighbors have been denouncing very low-altitude flights with red and white colors in the Laguna del Pescado area." (Google translation)

Fortunately, the locals have Andrea Pérez Simondini, who told Cronica that the witnesses she spoke to claimed the lights were at a low altitude and formed triangular formations of three lights. One might wonder if they were drones, but the video accompanying the report (watch it here)  said the UFOs numbered in the hundreds and were in the air too long to be drones.  The low altitude would also rule out lines of SpaceX satellites, while the movements ruled out meteor showers because some of the lights “were moving upwards, others were crossing each other, and some were simply moving horizontally.” UFO researcher Fernando Silva Hildebrandt checked and found no satellite or commercial air activity in the area during the time of the sightings.

Could these UFOs have come from Laguna del Pescado lake? Remember, that is where the truckers reported seeing the lights. This is also where in 2011 UFOs were seen and oval-shaped “alien” footprints were allegedly found. Fortunately, Andrea Pérez Simondini managed to capture the latest UFOs on cell phone video and photos, which showed three red lights “that varied their intensity and had an incredible movement, with comings and goings, as well as circular maneuver." Simondini seems to think the UFOs are linked to the Laguna del Pescado located in the delta of the Paraná River and to recent flooding of the river.

“The testimonies coincide in relating the phenomenon to the flooding of the river. Because after two years of drought, now that the water is rising, the sightings are also increasing. this encourages us to deepen the verification issues, but the local people associate it with the entry of water into the area,” (Google translation.)

The UFO Museum confirms that reports of UFOs over the Laguna del Pescado coincided with the flooding of the Paraná River. Are these lights human-made or could they be transmedium UFOs disturbed by the flooding? Simondini has no idea.

"The phenomenon surprised us and what we saw, like its movements, is very difficult to explain."

Speaking of transmedium UFOs …

“Official video of Al Rojo Vivo. Inhabitants of the area of ​​Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, claim to have seen a UFO submerge in the body of water.”

A video shown by the news magazine Al Rojo Vivo (view it here) contains footage of what witnesses in Bolivia say is a flying saucer submerged in Lake Titicaca in the Andes mountains on the border of Bolivia and Peru. The reporters say the witnesses were then stunned by the actions of this “flying saucer.”

"They saw the strange device floating in the place, just before submerging in the lake, and then shooting out into space."

Is the flying saucer related to the bright lights?

Floating, submerging and then shooting into space – that sounds like the classic definition of a transmedium unidentified phenomena … the new darlings of the UFO world after U.S. Navy pilots captured on video what appear to be transmedium UFOs flying above the Pacific Ocean before disappearing seamlessly and without damage into the water. Unfortunately, that is all we have on this sighting so far, and the video only shows something disc-shaped but unidentifiable in the water. With so little evidence, it is difficult to speculate with any confidence what this object might be or on the validity of the witness testimonies … except for the fact that there are many strange UFO sightings recently by pilots and witnesses in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. Add to that the fact that experienced UFO investigators like Silvia Pérez Simondini say that “(I have) never seen anything like this.” Andrea Pérez Simondini told Cronica she will expand her investigations into these phenomena because she’s noticed something strange about them -- "the lights" appear at the same time, with the same address and with the same flight characteristics in different parts of the country and in neighboring countries.

"They see them here in Victoria, in different parts of the world: Entre Rios, Santa Fe, Córdoba and even in Chile."

Is South America being invaded by extraterrestrials? Or will these UFOs be explained away as “Chinese drones” like the U.S. Department of Defense seems to believe most of the encounters U.S. military personnel have should be attributed to?

We will keep our eyes on the skies over South America. Those living there should too because, as Andrea Pérez Simondini said: 

"The phenomenon surprised us and what we saw, like its movements, is very difficult to explain."

Paul Seaburn

Paul Seaburn is the editor at Mysterious Universe and its most prolific writer. He’s written for TV shows such as "The Tonight Show", "Politically Incorrect" and an award-winning children’s program. He's been published in “The New York Times" and "Huffington Post” and has co-authored numerous collections of trivia, puzzles and humor. His “What in the World!” podcast is a fun look at the latest weird and paranormal news, strange sports stories and odd trivia. Paul likes to add a bit of humor to each MU post he crafts. After all, the mysterious doesn't always have to be serious.

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