Aliens in Cuba?
by Antonio Santana Pérez
Posted: 19:38 June 14, 2008
Many unusual sightings of UFOs have occurred in Cuba!
When the presence of an unidentified flying object was reported in the Spring of
1950 in the province of Matanzas, the first case of this nature known in Cuba after
the start of the flying saucer age, it marked the beginning of a list of sporadic
luminous visions, mostly lacking scientific exploration.
Human beings have always harbored the hope – with the understandable doubt – of
sharing their existence with other beings of humanoid appearance and a technology
developed elsewhere in our galaxy, regardless of all the convolutions that such
an encounter of civilizations could bring about.
Thousands of sightings and strange events in the heavens above, dated in various
parts of the world, have lead many to believe that we are being stealthily visited
by representatives from faraway planets.
Cuba also appears to forms part of alien curiosity, perhaps with an aim toward renewed
tourist purposes, or perhaps to sample the joviality and hardiness of the archipelago’s
inhabitants. Several eyewitness accounts recorded throughout our country, offering
specific details on swift vehicles, strange lights, irregularly-moving orbs and
strangest of all, the presence of ghostly beings involved in abductions and kidnappings,
have lead to an appraisal of these events beyond meteorological, physical or paranormal
In 1954, two objects of outstanding luminosity and surprising maneuverability were
seen in various parts of the capital city by a number of people.
In January 1989, residents of La Victoria, La Isabel and Cocodrilo on the Isle of
Youth, and the crew of the vessel Yunque de Baracoa, witnessed a strange luminous
body with an intense yellowish-white light moving along as it expelled a considerable
amount of smoke, but without making any sound. During an interview with a local
TV station, the head of the weather office indicated that it was not an atmospheric
phenomenon of the kind that habitually takes place, nor of any known object, to
judge by the absence of sound and its means of travel.
On December 21, 1993 between seven and seven thirty p.m., four luminous spheres
appeared over the town of Matanzas, moving at great speed from north to south, between
30 and 35 degrees over the horizon, making no noise whatsoever. They were seen from
various points in the city.
At midnight on Saturday, October 29, 1994 in Nigua, Province of las Tunas, numerous
eyewitnesses saw three flying objects which gave off a variety of lights, causing
the activation of the Sistema Unico de Vigilancia y Proteccion (Unique Monitoring
and Protection System).
|Click on the 'NEXT' arrow for page 2
Share this article with your friends: