All across the world, and for a number of years now, people have witnessed countless UFOs in the vicinity of natural phenomena that give off energy of various kinds. In addition to incidents that occur within the Earth’s crust (such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes/general tectonic activity) there have been numerous sightings associated with powerful meteorological events such as violent thunderstorms.
Why The Attraction?
There are numerous theories as to why UFOs feel compelled to examine events such as these up close. One of the prevailing theories is curiosity and research on the part of extraterrestrials. Another is that the UFOs are harnessing energy for their own use from occurrences that generate powerful forces here on Earth, as discussed in previous articles. But there may also be an element of energy generation on Earth (such as when lightning strikes) that is actually conducive to making UFOs more visible to humans.
The physics behind this is complicated, but it is not out of the realm of possibility. After all, paranormal investigators frequently claim that entities such as ghosts and demonic spirits are often present (and more visible) to humans in places where there are abundant energy sources, or when powerful emotions are associated with a given area – emotion being a form of energy in and of itself. So it may, for instance, be possible that powerful energetic forces on Earth open up dimensional portals for brief periods of time, allowing us glimpses into other realities and facilitating the visual manifestation of UFOs themselves.
For your consideration we present the following videos, all of which show clear UFO activity that takes place in the vicinity of powerful meteorological phenomena (in these instances, thunderstorms).
As far as we are aware, all of the above sightings have stood the test of time as being genuine.
Of course, we cannot know for certain as to why UFOs feel drawn to natural events such as thunderstorms, but the sheer number of sightings that have occurred in their vicinity raises questions.
As always, we welcome your ideas and theories in the comment section below!