New footage of alleged alien spacecraft appearing to visit Earth via an interdimensional portal in a volcano has been shared by a wacky ufologist.
Three months ago, alien expert Jaime Maussan shared clips of two mysterious UFOs flying into the crater of Popocatepetl.
The volcano, located southeast of Mexico City, stands at 5,426m (17,802ft) tall and is one of the country’s most active ones.
It’s name comes from the Nahuatl language and means ‘Smoking Mountain.”
At the time, Mr Maussan, 70, explained that no man-made object could enter the crater as temperatures reach around 1,000C (1,832F).
As such, he said he believes Popocatépetl is also acting as an “interdimensional portal” – a gateway between two locations in space-time that allows intergalactic travellers to enter one place from another.
To back up his claim, Mr Maussan shared new footage of mysterious objects flying into the crater that was filmed by a webcam at the site on 7 August.
The video, which has been viewed 80,000 times on X, appears to show two mystery objects entering the crater while a third is seen flying out and accelerating into the night sky.
One local said: “Surely there is a large base in that volcano.”
Another said: “That is a lot of air traffic.”
A third said: “My brother and I have seen those little things in the night sky here in El Salvador.
“We once saw one fly backwards and another turn 90 degrees.”
However, John commented: “It’s no longer strange to see objects in the sky, most of them are Starlink satellites.
“They are everywhere and pass in all directions.”
Mr Maussan explained: “In 1996, the University of Bergen in Norway discovered that under the volcano there are magnetic storms necessary to be able to generate X-points or regions of electron diffusion and be used to create a Dimensional Portal.”
NASA physicist Jack Scudder refers to X-points as “places where the magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, creating an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the Sun’s atmosphere 93 million miles away.”
They are referred to as X-points because the Sun’s magnetic force is intertwined with that of the Earth creating an X shape.
Maussan said the concept of wormholes was first put forward by Albert Einstein in the 1930s.