A Swiss man named Werner Jaisli has built a monument-like UFO landing pad in the wilderness of Argentina, and he claims that the pad has been built upon the instructions he received from extraterrestrials. The monument built just outside of the small town of Cachi in the province of Salta is basically a collection of white and brown rocks placed in the shape of a star named 'ovniport'.
The Swiss man claims that he built the strange structure upon request from aliens to build a launch pad so that their spaceships can touch down the earth easily. Interestingly, the strange structures built on the Argentinian desert can be easily seen from the skies, and aliens who reach the earth from deep space can easily figure out their potential landing site.
Jaisli argues that he received a telepathic message from aliens recently, and it has compelled him to build such a vast monument aimed at aiding the extraterrestrial landing.
"They landed about 100 metres above our heads and projected on us a beam of light that made us both see their own brightness. The funny thing is that it did not affect our vision. Something began to bubble through my brain: it was an order. They asked me telepathically to build the airport," Jaisli told the Argentine newspaper El Tribuno, The Sun reports.
The alien launch pad is now one of the hottest tourist destinations in Argentina, and many UFO buffs are visiting this spot regularly.
Popular conspiracy theory YouTube channel UFOmania too uploaded a video on Jaisli's alien landing pad, and the clip soon went viral on online spaces. After watching the video, several viewers also shared their thoughts on this bizarre act.
"I'm waiting for the footage when an alien lands on it," commented Investing Hustler, a YouTube user.
"The structure is to help the UFO ship dissipate its static electricity electromagnetic radiation and vibrational frequency through these ground rocks because there is a potential difference at this point. The design has to be just right to dissipate it equally and slowly otherwise a massive arc could devastate the situation," commented Wayne90079, another YouTuber.