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Carlos Diaz – a professional photographer who contacted aliens and filmed their ship

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One morning in January 1981, Mexican photographer Carlos Diaz drove into an abandoned car park in Ayusco Park near Mexico City. He was on assignment from the magazine where he worked and made an appointment with a journalist who had not yet arrived.

Diaz got into his car, preparing the camera for the work ahead. Although it was early morning, the air was thick with humidity, which made even sitting uncomfortable. Diaz looked at his watch impatiently.

Suddenly his attention was attracted by a strange yellow glow emanating from the valley below him. At first he thought it was a wildfire, but a moment later the light source turned out to be a large orange oval UFO hovering slowly about 30 meters from his car.

In disbelief, Diaz quickly grabbed the camera. Keeping it on the steering wheel, he began to take pictures. Then, without warning, his entire car began to shake violently.

Diaz got out of the car and took two more photographs before the ship took off vertically into the sky, leaving Diaz in a state of shock. This meeting marked the beginning of what was to develop into one of the most fascinating and enduring contactee endeavors in ufology history.

Today, this case remains among a small number of alleged extraterrestrial contacts, which have been confirmed by video experts and not one specialist, but a number of experts.

Contact

Indeed, the apparent credibility of Diaz’s claims has caught the attention of some of the world’s leading UFO researchers, including the German writer Michael Hesemann and abduction researcher Dr. John Mack. Both concluded that Diaz’s story was entirely believable.

Hesemann shares the views of most researchers when he states: “The Carlos Diaz case is the most important documented human-alien contact that has occurred in our time.” 

The transition from routine UFO sightings in an area now recognized as a UFO hotspot to one of the key incidents of recent years occurred only a few weeks later. In the days following this January observation, Diaz remained elated and pondered what had happened.

Unable to forget what he saw, he repeatedly returned to Adjusco Park, hoping to get more UFO photos. After a series of fruitless visits, Diaz began to think he was wasting his time. But then, on March 23rd, his patience was rewarded.

Wandering through the thicket, Diaz was again alerted to the presence of a UFO by an orange glow that he could only dimly see through the fog and rain that covered the forest in Ajusco Park. He managed to get within 45 meters of the object. Diaz watched the “ship” hover above him, emitting a bright orange light.

According to him, it was domed with a smooth ring in the center. The UFO, according to Diaz, was covered with several hemispheres about a meter in diameter each. Crouching behind the rocks, Diaz thought that his actions had gone unnoticed, but as he continued to watch the ship, he felt someone grab his shoulder from behind.

Diaz immediately lost consciousness, and when he woke up, it was dark and the UFO disappeared. He was shocked to find that despite the heavy rain, his clothes were completely dry. At that moment, he knew that something strange had happened to him. When he returned to his car, Diaz noticed another car parked in front of him.

At that moment, a humanoid creature similar to a woman with blond hair approached him and she told him that if he wanted to know more about what he had just experienced, he should return to the same place at noon the next day. When Diaz returned the next day, he found the same entity sitting on the grass.

The creature then turned to him and explained that it was she who had grabbed his shoulder the day before. Before leaving, the creature also informed Diaz that he was then on their ship and that Diaz would gradually regain his memory of what happened while he was unconscious. Indeed, over the next few months, Diaz’s memory returned piece by piece.

According to him, he remembered a ship hovering directly over his head. When he tried to touch the ship, his hand seemed to pass through the yellow light, and he seemed to merge with it. The next thing he remembered was a ship standing on a platform inside a giant cave.

Diaz was overwhelmed with trepidation when he remembered what he saw inside: “It was full of stalagmites, some of which were carved into sculptures and they seemed very similar to ancient Mayan sculptures.”

“I saw a lot of people in the cave, some of them waved at me, and in a state of shock I waved back.” 

CARLOS DIAZ

The creature Diaz encountered in the park led him to a smaller cave containing seven egg-shaped glowing spheres, one of which Diaz was asked to enter. Upon entering, Diaz initially only saw a yellow light.

But then he found himself surrounded by the image of the forest. “I could see all the details of the forest, as if I was walking on it,” Diaz said. “I couldn’t touch anything, but I could feel the temperature and humidity.”

“I could see and experience everything, but physically I was not there.” 

CARLOS DIAZ

Then his guide told him that the balls are also a system for storing information and that certain data has been transferred to him. Diaz was then returned to the ship, and eventually to the park.

Continuing contact

According to Diaz, this was only the first of a series of contacts with the same beings that continue to this day. Since 1981, Diaz has stated that his experience within the realms has allowed him to “travel” to various regions of the Earth’s ecosystem – forest, desert, jungle, coastline, even arctic regions – with the help of alien technology.

Thanks to this contact, Diaz was imbued with an awareness of the interconnectedness of all living things and the need to preserve the environment.

To many ufologists, these statements may seem far-fetched. Nonetheless, Diaz is viewed by many researchers as a very reliable source, not least because of the large amount of photographic evidence he has gathered to support his claims.

Evidence

Mexican television journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan, who has been at the center of UFO investigations in Mexico since the tide began in 1991, believes Diaz’s UFO photos are some of the most impressive he has seen.

Maussan turned over the photos of Diaz to Jim Dilettoso, an imaging expert at Village Labs in Tucson, Arizona, who concluded they were genuine. After making sure he was not dealing with the hoaxer, Maussan visited Diaz at his home in Tepoztlana, Mexico. There he spoke to a number of other witnesses who claimed to have seen the exact same type of UFO.

The apparent credibility of the Diaz case also attracted UFO researchers from more distant places, who tried to glean insight into alien interests from the claims of contactee Diaz. The German writer Michael Hesemann, who first interviewed Diaz in June 1994, is convinced of the authenticity of Diaz’s account.

“He not only contacts these creatures through meetings on ships,” Hesemann says, “but he claims to meet these creatures in real daily life, since some of them live among us.” 

However, according to Diaz, the creatures do not want to fully disclose their origin and the fact of their presence among humans.

“They explained that they had been visiting Earth for thousands of years and were particularly interested in our evolution, which, compared to their own, was much faster. They are trying to understand why. “

Another UFO researcher intrigued by Diaz’s case is Harvard Medical School psychiatry professor John Mack. Mac has a long history with abductees and contactees and considers Diaz’s case to be one of the most compelling he has ever encountered.

In his book Passport to Space, he states: “Of all the people I have worked with, it was Carlos Diaz who seems to have developed the most profound understanding of the interconnected web of nature. Diaz’s experience with sentient beings is so powerful that it seems that he literally became what he describes. “

Mack argues that Diaz’s experience represents an “awakening,” a process he says is common among abductees. Diaz told Mac that his contact with aliens inspired him to preserve the environment and the ability to “enjoy a beautiful planet.”

Whether extraterrestrial influences were involved or not, Diaz’s newfound concern for the environment certainly became a driving force in his life. he made this environmental warning publicly and passionately publicly, especially at the 1995 UFO conference in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Diaz said that through his contacts he was informed that the alien civilization, previously threatened with complete self-destruction, they behaved the same way as people behave “playing with fire”, but somehow they managed to survive.

He remains convinced that the disturbing predictions of his contacts about our future are all too real – predictions that state with almost certainty that humanity is on its current course towards total extinction.

Alien messenger

This frankness, combined with the public nature of his experience, has allowed Le Diaz to gain the status of a visionary both in his hometown of Tepoztlan and in UFO research circles. however, Diaz was quick to dispute this, claiming that he was not a unique visionary, but simply a “messenger.”

Aside from the true nature of Diaz’s current incarnation, for many ufologists, the Diaz case remains one of the most compelling in history. Indeed, there are few UFO reports that boast such impressive and abundant photographic evidence. 

The expert analysis of the UFO images of Carlos Diaz was extremely thorough. Mexican ufologist Jaime Maussan handed over the originals of the transparencies to Professor Victor Quesada of the Polytechnic Institute of the University of Mexico for study.

Quesada stated:

“We were shocked to find that the light spectrum from the object was different from anything we have ever seen, it violated all previous parameters and did not match anything in our data banks.

The light was unusually bright. There was no evidence of overlap or deception. According to our estimates, the diameter of the object ranges from 30 to 50 meters. Interestingly, the photographs were also analyzed by Dr. Robert Nathan at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. Nathan, a notorious UFO skeptic, said he could find no evidence of a fake.

Undoubtedly, for many who have studied the three images, the first image is most impressive. In it, an orange glowing ship can be seen through the windshield of a car, and light from the object is reflected both from the hood of the car and from a metal fence on the side of the road. These are, in particular, details that experts say are extremely difficult to fake.

Video evidence

Mexican ufologist Jaime Maussan was so intrigued by Carlos Diaz’s account of his experiences that he provided him with a video camera and asked him to see if he could record the UFO on tape the next time it appeared. A few weeks later, Diaz woke up at 5am and grabbed a camera. He went out and waited.

A few minutes later, the ship appeared and hovered over the house, where Diaz filmed it. When Mossan saw the wonderful footage, he asked Diaz if he could get even closer to the ship during filming. Two months later, Diaz was able to film the ship again, this time hovering directly above him without moving.
 
However, Diaz’s third attempt at capturing the ship on video is the most impressive. In these shots, Diaz, with the camera on a tripod, walks to the edge of the field, waving his flashlight.

In response, the ship suddenly materializes directly above Diaz’s head and sends beams of light at him. The unidentified object then remains stationary for 30 seconds and then blinks. It is widely accepted that this video contains some of the best UFO footage ever captured.

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Ancient Astronomical Code Found on Alien Mountain in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, a team of astrobiologists and exogeologists led by Dr. Aravinda Ravibhanu Sumanaratna, while examining the famous “mountain of aliens”, discovered forgotten and previously unknown ancient petroglyphs, which, according to researchers, are closely related to astronomy.

 Photo: CCF-Polonnaruwa / EASL
Photo: CCF-Polonnaruwa / EASL

Scientists have already published their report in a specialized journal entitled “Encoding on Mount Danigala in Sri Lanka”, and Ancient Origins briefly tells about the discovery.

In a letter to this publication, Dr. Sumanaratna of the South Asian Research Department of Astrobiology and Earth Sciences writes that his team was the first to discover petroglyphs associated with Neolithic humans in Sri Lanka.

The discovery was made in the caves of Mount Danigala, which is revered as a sacred site. In the world, it is better known as the “Alien Mountain”, since it was allegedly observed over it many times by UFOs. For scientists, this mountain is of great interest, since petroglyphs have been found in its depths before.

In the new study, the team describes both previously unknown petroglyphs and engravings found in the 19th century by British officer Fossett. However, scientists have forgotten about them for more than a century. The petroglyphs are located in Edakkal Cave on the western slope of the mountain. Overall, they are comparable to other similar archaeological sites in Sri Lanka.

Ancient authors engraved both geometric patterns and primitive images of people with weapons in their hands, animals and plants. The drawings are tentatively dated 5500-4500 BC. Scientists point out that this is the first time that “special types of symbols” were linked to each other.

They write that in the cave almost all the available space was covered with petroglyphs. The largest of them are 7.5 meters long and five meters high. Researchers believe that some randomly carved sets of geometric symbols are in fact an ancient “glue code” representing the “lost astronomical counting system.”

However, this is just a hypothesis, and it is possible that it was put forward to attract tourists to this region. Nevertheless, the work deserves attention if only because the petroglyphs of Mount Danigala are still poorly understood. Given the practice of other ancient peoples around the world, some of these images may indeed have astronomical connotations.

Note that there is still debate in the scientific community regarding the period of settlement of Sri Lanka. Recent discoveries indicate that humans may have arrived here about 300,000 years ago. Some believe that this could have happened 500 thousand years ago. However, the age of the oldest human site found near the Danigala Mountain is about 125 thousand years.

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David Fravor, a Former US military pilot spoke about the encounter with a UFO

Former US Navy fighter pilot David Fravor said he saw a UFO in 2004. He told Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researcher Lex Friedman what a flying object looks like.

Fravor stated that he and his colleagues saw an object resembling a tick-tock shape on a clear day. Then they carried out a monitoring mission in the region, where they had previously recorded anomalies.

“I saw lights in the sky and they went out,” the pilot said. The words of the ex-military were broadcast by Fox News.

When the military tried to catch up with the alleged UFO, it disappeared. According to the former pilot, the object was behaving aggressively. It disappeared, changed altitude and blocked the radar.

“This is technically an act of aggression,” added Fravor.

Earlier, the US Department of Defense created a working group to investigate unidentified flying objects. The Pentagon has repeatedly reported that it has spotted UFOs. For example, in April 2020, the agency published several videos showing small drones moving at a fairly high speed.

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Prince of Liechtenstein: How one of the richest rulers in the world launches millions to search for UFOs

Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein. Keystone / Gian Ehrenzeller

The Prince of Liechtenstein is considered one of the richest rulers in the world. His family’s fortune exceeds $ 7.6 billion, and his personal fortune is $ 4 billion. And this despite the fact that during the Second World War, his relatives lost almost 90 percent of their possessions around the world. 

The monarch tries to live modestly and help his subjects: he repairs roads at his own expense and annually opens the doors of his castle, inviting people to breakfast. He also spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on UFO research. 

Prince-winemaker

“The prince of Liechtenstein, Hans-Adam II, lives in a castle located on a rock in the Alpine principality. This castle bears his name. 38 thousand subjects call the monarch “Your Grace”, he owns a collection of masterpieces of the Renaissance, he owns two palaces in Vienna. According to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index , he is included in the list of the 500 richest people in the world,” Bloomberg describes the European ruler.

The princely family of one of the smallest states in Europe is truly fabulously rich. The ruling dynasty owns the private bank LGT Group, founded in 1920, and other types of business: agricultural and forestry in Lower Austria and Styria, energy and wine. Hans-Adam is personally involved in winemaking, however, his vineyard is quite small – only four hectares, where on average about 10 thousand liters of wine are produced per year.

Ballroom of 165 square meters at the Royal City Palace in Vienna
Ballroom of 165 square meters at the Royal City Palace in Vienna
Photo: LIECHTENSTEIN. 
The Princely Collections, Vaduz – Vienna

In addition, the ruling dynasty has a lot of real estate. The exact number of castles and residences is carefully hidden from the public, but only according to official data, the prince and his family have at least ten castles and palaces. Some of them are home to members of the princely family, others are used as museums.

The most beloved are Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein, two palaces in Vienna – Garden Palace and City Palace, a family museum in Lower Austria, six more castles scattered throughout Austria, as well as 76 acres of land in Texas. And this is taking into account the fact that after the Second World War the prince’s family lost almost 90 percent of the possessions – 54 castles outside the principality, in the Czech Republic and Austria.

The princely family has learned to extract money from everything that it touches: the monarch and his relatives rent out their Viennese palaces. For several hundred thousand euros, everyone can rent a luxurious room for a reception, wedding or concert

Most of the time, the prince and his wife spend at the Vaduz Castle, where they occupy the eastern wing. On the outside, this medieval building may seem rather gloomy, but inside it is very comfortable. Here, antiquity peacefully coexists with modernity: beautiful elevators – with spiral staircases, large rooms with air conditioning and Wi-Fi are decorated with tapestries and paintings of the 17th-18th centuries. The cellars are meticulously stocked with cupboards and dishes with Chinese painting, a collection of ancient weapons and armor. The prince said more than once that most of all he loves the picturesque view from the window – of the Alps and the Rhine.

Modesty Above All

The Prince of Liechtenstein was born in Zurich, Switzerland, and attended primary school in the Liechtenstein capital Vaduz. After graduating from the Higher Economic Gymnasium, he worked as a clerk in one of the London banks, the name of which is still carefully hidden. After the internship, the prince went to Switzerland, where he entered the commercial university at the faculty of business and economics.

The knowledge gained was very useful to him later. The prince’s family fortune exceeds $ 7.6 billion, and his personal fortune is $ 4 billion, which makes him one of the richest heads of state in the world. In addition, Hans-Adam owns a huge collection of works of art on display at the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna. The collection began to collect the ancestors of Hans-Adam back in the 17th century, now it contains more than a thousand works of great artists such as Rubens and Van Dyck, Rembrandt and Bruegel.

Prince of Liechtenstein Hans-Adam II and his wife Maria at the celebration of the 300th anniversary of Liechtenstein at Vaduz Castle
Prince of Liechtenstein Hans-Adam II and his wife Maria at the celebration of the 300th anniversary of Liechtenstein at Vaduz Castle

This collection is one of the largest in the world, second only to the collection of the British Windsors. The prince speaks about this rather evasively: “Somewhere we have an advantage, somewhere they have. It is very difficult to judge whose collection is more expensive. For me, these are just assets that should generate income. I myself prefer contemporary art. “

Despite the huge fortune, representatives of the princely family do not boast of wealth, trying to live modestly. Thus, the wife of Hans-Adam II, Princess Maria Kinski, herself looks after the garden in the main castle.

There is no Bentley, Bugatti, Maserati, Ferrari or even Rolls-Royce in the princely garage. All family members drive regular Audi without chauffeurs

In addition, Hans-Adam II and his wife raised their children on their own, without teachers and governesses. True, they always had a housekeeper and a nanny who took care of the children when their parents were away. Three sons and a daughter of the princely couple went to an ordinary school in Liechtenstein.

Hans-Adam II married his cousin, Countess Maria Kinski von Whinitz und Tettau, while still a student. Subsequently, the prince claimed that he fell in love with his future wife at first sight, as soon as she entered the room, and from the first minute he knew that they would get married. Marie did not pay attention to the crown prince, because he was five years younger than her. Moreover, then she was in love with another.

Wedding of Hans-Adam II and Maria Kinski von Wchinitz und Tettau
Wedding of Hans-Adam II and Maria Kinski von Wchinitz und Tettau
Photo: Werner Pfändler / RDB / ullstein bild via Getty Image

But the future prince did not give up, and his persistence was rewarded: Marie’s relatives gave permission for their marriage. The wedding ceremony in July 1967 attracted the attention of all of Europe.

Marie ordered a dress from a Parisian couturier – in the Empire style, made of white silk, with embroidery from pearls and beads. Her head was adorned with the Fringe tiara belonging to the Habsburg family. Among the guests are emperors, queens, princes and princesses, representatives of ancient German-speaking nobles. For the subjects of Liechtenstein, the tables were set right on the street – and they were bursting with various dishes. The tradition of treating residents, and there are about 32 thousand of them in the country, has survived to this day. Once a year, Vaduz Castle opens its doors for everyone to have breakfast with the prince. This is how Liechtenstein’s National Day is celebrated.

To rest

As a member of the aristocracy, Hans-Adam constantly emphasizes that he is very close to his people. Among his entourage, they say that the monarch loves to run barefoot in the forest, goes downhill skiing, diving, is interested in archeology and loves science fiction.

The Franco-American ufologist Jacques Vallee published three volumes of diaries called Forbidden Science. In them, he told about a meeting with Hans-Adam II and his family at Vaduz Castle in November 1989. “We dined in a small living room with his wife, sister and two children. Until late at night we discussed UFOs and other paranormal phenomena, ”the scientist recalled.

According to Vallee, the monarch was convinced for many decades that aliens were visiting Earth, so he sponsored international UFO research for many years, spending millions of dollars on it.

The prince told the ufologist that he saw a UFO in childhood, and also that his aunt saw the UFO in Munich in the 1950s. Most of the money was received by American researchers. So, the ruler laid out 200 thousand dollars for a study called “How many Americans were abducted by aliens.”

Facade of Garden Palace
Facade of Garden Palace
Photo: LIECHTENSTEIN. 
The Princely Collections, Vaduz – Vienna

According to the constitution, the prince is the head of state, he represents Liechtenstein abroad and has the right to pardon, his signature is necessary for the entry into force of laws adopted by parliament. In addition, financially, he is independent from the state – he lives on his own funds, and all roads of the principality are repaired on them. Hans-Adam II tried to expand his princely powers, receiving the full support of the population – however, the parliament still retains basic rights.

Officially, Hans-Adam II is still considered the ruling monarch, but he actually retired from business, transferring the day-to-day administration of the state to his son, Crown Prince Alois. He explained his decision as follows: he and his wife usually did not make large state visits, limiting themselves to only modest trips to Switzerland and Austria, but now is the time to see the world.

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