Zone of Silence (Zona Del Silencio). A Desert near the area of Ceballos in Northern Mexico, 400 miles south of El Paso, Texas. It is an epicenter for some of the strangest phenomenon ever experienced on earth. A high level of electro magnetic frequency is also present.
The zone is known for being home of rare species like an endemic version of the desert tortoise and the purple cactus.
Theorists are quick to point out that the Zone of Silence is
geographically located just north of the Tropic of Cancer and shares the
same latitude south of the 30th parallel as the Egyptian Pyramids, the sacred cities of Tibet, and the Bermuda Triangle,
a fact scientist point out is probably a simple coincidence. In fact,
scientists at the Mexican research center have dubbed the region the Sea
of Thetys because millions of years ago the area lay at the bottom of
Some believe the area is a magnetic grid point
or portal where earth energy is concentrated. This energy is linked to
UFO activity and ancient astronaut theory, some believing aliens still
return to these highly magnetic areas, either by ship or through
wormholes. No reliably-documented evidence exists to support any of
these claims, though UFO sightings are common in Mexico. Strange lights,
floating orbs, burning bushes, flying saucers, and alien encounters
have all been reported with a degree of abundance in the area. Ranchers
report the night sky is often filled with mysterious lights, and
floating aircraft that allegedly landed vertically in the desert, often
causing brush to ignite and catch fire.
There have been reports of encounters with strange humanoid creatures.
One ranch family claims they are regularly visited by a trio of blonde,
long haired humanoids, two males and a female, that speak perfect
Spanish. As the story goes, the visitors only ask for water, never for
food or other provision. And when asked once by the rancher where they
came from, they reportedly answered "from above".
Whether we are dealing with UFOs, dimensional visitors who find
magnetic aberrations facilitate their journeys, or merely a
poorly understood part of our world with unsuspected properties, no easy answers
apply to the riddle posed by the Zone of Silence. The builders of the
mysterious ruined observatory would have probably agreed.