- Two months ago, on May 4, 2000, FBI and Department of
Justice agents forcibly removed protestors from the firing range on Isla
Vieques (island), off the east coast of Puerto Rico.
- Now strange stories of small aliens and visiting UFOs
are circulating among the island's 9,300 residents, according to Puerto
Rican ufologist Jorge Martin.
- Vieques is 21 miles (33 kilometers) long and and 3 miles
(5 kilometers) wide and is located just east of the Roosevelt Roads Naval
Station at Cieba, P.R. President Franklin D. Roosevelt set up the Navy
firing ranges on the island during World War II.
- "Investigating in Vieques we have found a wealth
of data which indicates there may be a UFO/alien angle to the matter, one
with powerful implications for all of us humans," Martin stated.
- During his investigations, Martin interviewed Angel Encarnacion,
a commercial fisherman and a resident of Vieques.
- Encarnacion reported, "One night, while fishing
out at sea south of the shooting (Navy firing) range, and east of Vieques,
we saw in the distance a really big and shining light.. Getting closer,
we saw that it was suspended in the air. It was a huge light...a round
and hufe flying object with lots of lights turning on and off intermittently
all around the ship. There were yellow, green and red lights."
- "On the bottom, right in the middle of the saucer,
it had a really big green light, aimed at the ocean's surface. It wasn't
more than 100 feet (30 meters) above the ocean. But that thing wasn't from
- "What shocked me most was seeing the object absorb
water from the ocean. You could actually see the water rising and entering
the object through where the green light was coming from. It was a really
big volume of water going up. You could not see any fish or anything else
in the water going up. And all of this without a single sound. Nothing!"
- "As we got closer to the saucer, it stayed still
for a while and then it immediately left, flew away very fast in the direction
(west--J.T.) of El Yunque or Cieba (where the Roosevelt Roads Naval Station
is located--J.T.) It was really fast. It was gone in seconds. Incredible!"
- On another night-fishing trip, Encarnacion said that
he and his partners "saw a shiny green light rising from the bottom
of the ocean. (At first) They thought it was a U.S. (Navy) submarine in
the area that was surfacing. But just at the time at which the light should
have surfaced, the green light disappeared, and everything was quiet again."
- Then Encarnacion heard something that made the short
hairs stand up on the back of his neck. "We heard the sound of water
falling into the ocean nearby." (Editor's Comment: Sounds like the
saucer turned on some kind if invisibility field.)
- Unable to actually see the UFO, the fishermen heard it
"rise into the night sky" before it departed.
- "Besides this, we have seen shiny objects come out
of the lagoons," Encarnacion added, "after which they got lost
at high speed. They are shiny lights, orbs or balls of light of a blue-white
- Martin also interviewed several teenagers, former members
of the Cadetes de la Marina (Puerto Rican version of the Sea Scouts--J.T.)
- The cadets "were doing exercises in the vicinity
of El Tapin lagoon" on Vieques, Martin reported, "when they saw
'some very strange little dark men,' gray or blackish in color, who were
very fast and ran speedily from one place to another. sometimes in a zigzagging
motion and sometimes in jumps."
- (Editor's Comment: Zigzagging motion, eh? Note the
similarity between these creatures and the Chupacabras reported at Calama
and Chuquimata in Chile.)
- "'They would stop suddenly in front of us,' one
teen reported, 'and then we would see them, and then they would leave,
sometimes very fast.'"
- "'They were three to four feet (0.9 to 1.3 meters)
high, and were skinny, with long arms,' he added, 'And their heads were
kind of big and egg-shaped. They were weird.'"
- Martin dded, "The ex-cadets added that on occasion
they the said little dark men would jump into the lagoon, disappearing
into the water. and they observed 'various blue-white spheres that vary
in size, from four to eight inches in diameter, that enter the water of
- Martin added that, according to Puerto Rican journalist
Jorge Seijo, the island "is not used for military practice and exercises
, and its real use consists of serving as an experimental field" for
- According to a report by Seijo, he added, "the navy
and Raytheon Corporation "were testing in Vieques a weapon iknown
as the Phalanx Block AB-1, an automatic computerized armament," a
rapid-fire cannon that "fires depleted-uranium" shells "at
a rate of 2,000 per minute."
- (Editor's Comment: Ah-ha! So that's why the saucer was
taking samples of the ocean water.)
- Martin added that armed forces from the Netherlands,
France, Venezuela and Brazil have also used the range on Vieques for amphibious-landing
practice. (See "U.S. Navy insists 'Vieques is Irreplaceable;' What
is the U.S. Navy doing in Vieques?" copyright 2000 by Jorge Martin,
all rights reserved. Muchas gracias a Jorge martin para eso articulo.)
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