National Geographic Magazine is reporting a new UFO sighting on the eastern shore of the Atlantic Ocean is mystery with a twist.
Researchers studying the once-famed ‘alien volcano’ in the North Caucasus Mountains of southern Russia have found a similar alien site in southeastern Georgia. This remains unverified but does happen occasionally.
Scientists have been exploring Vardzia since 1945, when an expedition discovered them peeking out from their underground keep. Today, there are over 150 discoveries of otherworldly cells, some more than a thousand years old.
The find comes after a long search in that area looking for proof the Incas built rock-haven for themselves.
The original Vardzia could be a den of secret societies such as the Freemasons and the New World Order, according to legend.
“They were a cult society not for religion but for some unseen power, which needed to be worshiped,” Dr. Spyros Dromos and Semir Kesic from the University of Aberdeen said in a statement in 2010.
Ancient carvings and a rampart were found over 160 years ago, though nothing written has been found linking the Incas’ architecture to an ancient secret society.
In a total of 13,000 years, according to Russian experts, the Incas were able to build their vast and intricate palace. However, it is not clear whether the civilization was genuine and they did not survive the end of the Spanish and Aztec Empires.
Curious, National Geographic followed an expedition of British rock climbers who have visited Vardzia in recent years.
“There is a lot of folklore that has grown up around Vardzia, which can be scary,” David Ramm from Albany said, as reported by Nat Geo. “In fact, for visitors who’ve never been, they may be a bit scared.”
The latest discoveries may shed some light on Vardzia’s history. Researchers are working with Radio 4’s “On the Coast” to produce a podcast that will be available December 5.
Nat Geo Magazine