- Taller Glaucoart managed to conduct observations for
4 consecutive days from the Argentinean Delta (Tigre), observing that UFO
activity at said location is completely abnormal and extraordinary. Some
island-dweller confirmed that it is indeed possible to see large stars
that appear and travel over the Delta's tributary rivers.
- But on Sunday, September 17, 2006, the activity literally
became an "intense wave" at 19:40 hours - two lenticular objects,
flying in parallel formation, shone above the western side of the islands.
It was impressive to witness and record these two sources of light as they
floated and traveled slowly over the Sarmiento River toward the north (Parana
River) from a southward direction, with a magnitude of -1.6 (this was captured
on video). Minutes later, after some anomalous pulsations, they traversed
the delta's skies, but at 20:05 hours another extraordinary event occurred:
another parallel formation of lenticular bodies of light crossed the Tigre
in an eastward direction, crossing the area's rivers. But what stunned
all of the onlookers present was that the first of the two lenticular objects
had an astounding magnitude of -10, a brilliance nearly 5 or 6 times greater
than that of the planet Venus.
- The phenomenon could not be captured on video (and we
do not quite understand why). Apparently the observed UFO was already starting
to generate an "EM" effect and the Sony Camcorder's battery went
dead. Cell phones used to make calls could not find a signal. In the full
silence of the islands, to observe the parallel formation crossing the
delta's rivers was a lovely sight. For 4 days, Taller Glaucoart was
able to capture more than 5 UFOs [on tape], appearing suddenly with
intense, high-magnitude flashes. It is interesting to note and remark that
the Argentinean Delta is under intense and completely anomalous UFO activity,
perhaps even greater than the notorious activity in the skies over Cordoba.
- (translation (c) 2006, S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks
to Guillermo Gimenez and Ricardo D'Angelo)