UFOs are known to appear often during thunderstorms, as we all know. There are several hypotheses that attempt to understand why this occurs so often, but the general opinion is that these UFOs must possess equipment that helps them to harness this energy and use it for their own purposes.
According to this most recent observation, seven UFOs come out of nowhere to collect the energy and transport it to their mothership.
In terms of experiences, you can see the UFOs for a long time, and you can plainly see from the photos and video that they aren’t from around here.
While they seem to be circular, the light that emanates from them makes them stand out, to say the least. Many scientists say the light is an indication that they are collecting thunderstorm energy because it dissipates quickly when they stop harvesting.
According to some scientists, they are drawn to electricity, which is why they came to our world in the first place.
They are known to loop around active volcanoes and over large bodies of water, so they are most likely here for harvesting purposes.
This isn’t the first time UFOs have harvested energy from thunderstorms; in 1997, multiple lights lit up the skies in Phoenix, Arizona, indicating that something was up there for some unexplained reason.