NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — Australia, which has a rich history and culture since ancient times, is also famous for its mysterious phenomena. One of the most fascinating and unknown aspects of Australian mysticism is unidentified flying objects, or UFOs.
Eyewitness accounts passed down from generation to generation, as well as documented sightings, confirm the presence of mysterious phenomena in the skies of Australia.
Myths and tales of the aborigines, who have inhabited this land since ancient times, testify to contacts with aliens from outer space. One of these “gods”, named “Jamar”, was considered famous among the indigenous people.
His appearance was accompanied by thunderous sounds, leaving marks on the ground and damage to vegetation.
Drawings in Australian caves depicting strange creatures with long necks, large eyes and tiny mouths confirm the words of the Aborigines about the creatures that inhabited this land long before the arrival of Europeans.
With the arrival of Europeans on the continent, stories of mysterious luminous balls called the Ming-Ming “ghost lights” began to spread among the population. They were particularly common in Western Queensland. However, not only local residents witnessed UFOs.
Amazing stories of UFO encounters are also attested by European settlers and travelers. In 1868, surveyor Birmingham claimed to have flown the skies in an ark-like craft. In 1862, a New South Wales farmer recounted his encounter with a disc-shaped object and a strangely dressed man that left him paralyzed for life.
Even famous Australian pilots could not avoid encountering a UFO. In 1931, Francis Chichester, on a solo flight between New Zealand and Australia, collided with a gray-white object resembling a pearl. In 1945, immediately after the end of the Second World War, the state of Queensland witnessed a mass appearance of UFOs of various shapes and sizes.
But the most amazing cases occurred in the 1960s. On May 23, 1965, a small luminous object landed in front of Mr. Jim Teasle’s hotel, leaving marks in both the grass and treetops. In January 1966, Mrs. M. Hyde of Juramo witnessed the appearance of a huge object in the sky, accompanied by flying balls around it.
Unfortunately, the UFO mystery in Australia still remains unsolved. Ufologists, although not a large community in the country, continue to study these phenomena. However, the scientific community remains skeptical and demands more convincing evidence.
News agencies contributed to this report, edited and published by ORDO News editors.
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