Two 500-Meter Flying Saucer UFOs Spotted On Live Camera Over Active Colima Volcano In Mexico, Alien Hunter Claims [Photo]

A UFO hunter claims to have spotted two 500-meter UFOs flying over the active Colima volcano in Mexico.

According to the UFO blogger Scott C. Waring, he spotted the UFOs passing over the Mexican volcano in images taken by Webcams de Mexico on July 29, 2016.

Webcams de Mexico consists of a network of live cameras monitoring the major active volcanoes in Mexico, such as Colima and Popocatepetl.

Waring described the two UFOs as cigar-shaped. But some UFO hunters argued that although the objects appear in the images to be cigar-shaped, they were more likely flying saucer UFOs photographed in profile.

Regardless of the actual shape of the strange aerial objects, Waring declared in a post to his UFO Sightings Daily blog that the two were sighted flying very close to the mouth of the active volcano.

"I found these two long cigar shaped UFOs over the Colima volcano in Mexico this morning," the UFO hunter announced. "They are both very close to the mouth of the active volcano."

One reason to believe that the aerial objects were UFOs, according to Waring, was the fact that a human pilot was unlikely to fly his airplane so close to the mouth of Colima, one of the most active volcanoes in Mexico. He also suggested that evidence that the UFOs were flying directly over the mouth of the volcanoes can be seen in the fact that the UFOs and the volcano appear in the image to "have the same focus."

"No aircraft would ever attempt such a dangerous feat," the UFO hunter commented. "You can also tell the distance of the UFO is far away because both the volcano and UFOs have the same focus."

Waring then argued that the UFO shown in the upper left corner of the image (see image above) appears to have a metallic glint. The craft was apparently reflecting sunlight, the UFO blogger claimed.

"The largest of the UFOs (upper left) has a slight metallic tint to it, which makes sense since there is a sunrise happening."
The veteran UFO hunter also suggested to aspiring hunters that the Web Cam de Mexico image illustrates an important principle: the tendency of UFOs to reflect sunlight at sunrise and sunset, which makes these times of the day ideal for UFO hunting.
"You know what I always say about sunrises and sunsets... those are the most popular times to catch UFOs, due to the angle of the sun."
Colima volcano, located about 480 kilometers west of the city of Mexico and about 120 kilometers south of the city of Guadalajara in Jalisco, is also called Volcan de Fuego.

Colima and its twin sister Popocatepetl, located in the states of Puebla and Morelos, about 70 kilometers southeast of the city of Mexico, are among the most active volcanoes on the North American continent.

Both are also famous among UFOlogists as UFO hotspots.

Alien and UFO hunters recently reported spotting on live camera an "alien light ship" UFO whizzing past Popocatepetl volcano on May 25, 2016, according to UFO Sightings Hotspot. The "alien light ship" was spotted moving very fast in the direction of the live camera located about six kilometers from the volcano. The object moved with speed so tremendous that it was barely visible in the footage.

While UFO believers take the claims of UFO sightings near active volcanoes seriously, and have proffered theories purportedly explaining why UFOs and aliens are attracted to active volcanoes, skeptics scoff at the proliferation of UFO sighting claims linked with the major volcanoes, saying that most sightings are due to mistaken identity or brazen hoaxes.

For instance, the Inquisitr reported recently the claimed sighting of a disc-shaped UFO on Webcam de Mexico. The alleged UFO, flying over the Colima volcano in western Mexico, was touted by some members of the UFO community as the "best UFO photo ever."

A UFO hunter described it as a "dark disk with a thick center area and a round window or doorway on the edge," and proclaimed it to be evidence of alien interest in volcanic activity around the globe.

But skeptics debunked the claims about the image, pointing out that the image was really a profile shot of a bird in flight.
But undeterred by the reasonable explanations provided by skeptics, UFO hunters went on to argue that the photo illustrates claims that technologically advanced aliens build massive UFO bases deep inside active volcanoes where they are inaccessible to humans and that aliens monitor the Earth's volcanoes for various reasons, including scientific curiosity.

[Image via James Allan, Smithsonian Institution/Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain]