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A massive unidentified beam of light has been sighted over the crater of Mount Etna, one of the world’s most active volcanos, located in Sicily, Italy.
The beam appears to have been around 200 feet in height and moves from the center of the crater to the right side of the volcano before disappearing from view. What the beam is can only be speculated upon at this point although many believe that the source of the beam is an overhead alien craft of some kind.
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Since the initial filming of the beam it has been analyzed by numerous individuals, some of whom now claim that three UFOs can be seen flying close to the beam before rapidly departing the area. Suggesting alien involvement of some sort, albeit why they would want to examine a volcano remains a mystery.
Some are writing the beam off as some kind of eruption, and Etna being one of the most active volcanoes in the world, there are often explosions and minor eruptions on a regular basis.
The fact that the beam of light travels away from the crater where the main eruption would be, suggests this not to be the case. Also, the size of an eruption causing magma rather than light to be thrown 200 feet into the air would be a lot bigger than anything seen on Etna for some time and would have provoked a lot more interest from the world’s media and geologist agencies.
Other theories as to the origin of the beam of light are government weapons testing and a particular type of lightning that often strikes and opens volcanoes. Weapon testing seems an unlikely scenario given that Etna is a fairly widely watched volcano and its activity level means that weapons strikes could cause eruptions. Lightning is more likely although the video footage doesn’t appear to show lightning as the beam of light seems too thick, too long lasting and too straight.