For video see yesterday’s post……
It seems that there were more than 50 lights in the sky, and in the video it mentions that there were more than 20…. A diversity of white points were seen that were creating shapes in the sky….
Julio Chamarro, Commander of the Peruvian Air Force mentions that he is unsure what they are, but he did say that they seem to be similar to those recorded in Mexico cities, around 1994 and 1995.
There is also heated debate that these were balloons, or stars, and nothing else….
more background about Julio Chamarro was found at UFOINFO (UFO ROUNDUP)
it is interesting to see his background ….
October 8th, 2002
Editor: Joseph Trainor
CHILCA: UFO CAPITAL OF PERU
“Of all the officers in all the armed forces of the world, perhaps none has a more unusual job than” Cmdr. Julio Chamorro of the Fuerza Aerea Peruana (FAP, or Peruvian Air Force–J.T.) “to investigate–and perhaps prove–the existence of UFOs.”
“As head of the Office to Investigate Aerial Phenomena, Chamorro directs a seven-member team in charge of studying what he calls ‘anomalies that could cause problems with aviation.'”
“Ostensibly, the Office investigates planes that veer off course and hang gliders that steer too close to military bases, but that’s not the crux of their work. Of the hundreds of calls received each month by the Office, Chamorro says at least half are to report UFO sightings. And Chamorro says many are credible.”
“‘There are several mysteries that we believe are highly important and which merit our full attention,’ Chamorro said, ‘If we can arrive at definitive conclusions, our work will be highly beneficial to Peru and all of humanity. Just think about the technological advances if we can definitively prove the existence of (alien) spacecraft.'”
“Chamorro estimates that 60 percent of Peru’s population has seen an unexplainable event in the sky. Most of the calls he receives can be explained, but he says about a dozen each month are credible sightings with no easy explanations.”
“There is, for example, the video taken in Chulucanas,” in the department (state) of Piura, 470 kilometers (282 miles) north of Lima, Peru’s capital. “Taken at the end of 2001, Chamorro says it shows a huge ship sitting in the sky for nearly two hours. ‘The ship makes no noise and did not move. You can see the shape, which includes even windows,’ Chamorro said.”
“Chulucanas has a long history of UFO sightings, he added.”
“Chamorro’s office was officially organized two years ago, but the Peruvian government’s interest in UFOs goes back” much earlier “and there is archaeological evidence that ancient cultures were also hooked on other-worldly phenomena.”
“Miles-long geometric designs in the desert of Nazca, south of Lima, or a winged god in the north are evidence for Chamorro that past cultures” in Peru “not only mastered science and math but had an inkling that space might hold more than the sun and moon.”
“In Chilca,” 78 kilometers (46 miles) “south of Lima, on the Pacific coast, Mayor Ruma Nueda is hoping to capitalize on the town’s fame as one of the hottest spots for UFO sightings.”
“‘There’s big money in sightings,’ Rueda said, ‘We can become the next Roswell. Looking to the (UFO) seekers may be Chilca’s best bet for dealing with the very worldly problems of economic decay and poverty.'”
“Like many people in Chilca, Rueda says he has seen unidentified objects in the skies above his town. In February 1998, Rueda says, he was chatting with his brother one night right outside his house when a large, boomerang-shaped object appeared over a ridge that juts into the sea just beyond Chilca. He says the UFO moved slowly and made no noise.”
“Six similarly-shaped smaller objects were nearby. ‘The mother ship and the six other vehicles hovered for a few minutes and then headed out to sea,’ Rueda said, ‘I had always heard about UFOs, but this was my first sighting. For me, it was undeniable proof that there was life outside our planet.'”
“Chilca also has its own tiny piece of UFO history. In the town’s one-room museum, Rueda keeps a miniscule swath of Incan textile wrapped in brown paper for safekeeping.”
(Editor’s Note: Actually, the “coast cultures” of Peru, famous for their textiles, predated the Incas by one to two thousand years.)
“The textile depicts an oddly-shaped, non-human figure with antennas. Rueda says the figure is similar to the extraterrestrial supposedly found in Roswell (New Mexico) in (July) 1947 and forms the core of UFO attractions that have put Roswell on the map.”
“‘This proves we are not the first people to sight UFOs here. The ancient Peruvians who inhabited Chilca also had sightings and possibly contact,’ he said.”
“Chamorro says (UFO) sightings form part of Peru’s culture, and even the government has gotten into the act on and off during the years.” (See the Miami Herald for September 28, 2002, “Peruvians reach discovery and profit in UFOs.”
Many thanks to Thomas Buyea and Rev. Billy Dee for forwarding this newspaper article.)
UFO ROUNDUP: Copyright 2002 by Masinaigan Productions, all rights reserved. Readers may post news items from UFO Roundup on their websites or in news groups provided that they credit the newsletter and its editor by name and list the date of issue in which the item first appeared.
I am hoping that there are more videos of the same or similar events in this area to compare the footage…… as of now there does not seem to be any that i can find….
Latest: UFO SPOTTED OVER BANGALORE not much on this though, at the moment…..