The earthquake rocked Evora, Portugal, on November 2, 1959. Evora’s monster was an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ entity discovered and studied in Portugal 61 years ago.
It all begins with the sighting of a U̳F̳O̳ in the city. Joaquim Guedes do Amaral, the director of the School of Industry and Commerce, was at work when his colleagues alerted him to an unusual object hovering over Evora.
Amaral brought up a telescope to examine the item more closely.
A half-hour later, another U̳F̳O̳ emerged, this one like a jellyfish.
This thing wavered and sped through the sky, occasionally halting and continuing on. It ultimately came to a halt, hovering in the air for approximately half an hour before taking off again at a fast rate.
Rare white gelatinous threads began to break out all over the region as soon as this happened. With a thick white covering, it almost completely covers everything.
People were evacuated from the area. The odd creature was sampled by the military and scientists from the University of Lisbon. Despite the fact that it had a brittle and difficult-to-assemble structure.
According to the results of the tests, this is a single-celled creature, maybe a microbe with unknown features. What was the source of it?
The odd beast of Evora.
Some odd white “web” dropped within 4 hours. Professor Joaquim Conceisao e Silva’s friend received flight instruction at the Sintra facility. He was also there at the events at the university.
The military, Conceisao, and Silva all corroborated these occurrences. He rose through the ranks of the Portuguese Air Force to become Chief of Staff.
Professor Joaquin reached out to his friend Eugenio, Conceicao’s father, a member of the French Astronomical Society. They both conducted experiments on a bizarre material that resembled a monster.
When the plates for analysis were put, it was discovered that the material was resistant. This is uncharacteristic of any known microbe on the planet. A report was produced as a result of this research, which said the following:
“The bacteria Evora had tentacles and was around 4 mm in diameter. Protective responses to laboratory plates are active. Following research, it was shown that its tentacles can sustain pressures of up to 350 grams.
It had distinct hues at the start of the observation. The center body was yellow, with strongly red tentacles, and the colors shifted at the same moment, resulting in a brownish-yellow appearance. Which was becoming very black.
Evora’s existence is documented in part. A suspicious fire destroyed basic information. picture courtesy of hackthematrix.it
Parallel threads were linked by a gelatinous material to create the tentacles. The threads were all translucent. On the inside, there were little bodies that became larger over time.
The threads were projected against the glass plate with great power, resulting in a flawlessly contoured line of contact. Around exceedingly delicate decorations, there was a mouth-shaped aperture in the center of the core body. The material from which it is made may have folds or fissures.
These studies lasted two years until the tentacles and center body collapsed.”
The hypothesis of origin.
Several experts and academics proposed the theory that Evora’s monster was “a new species utterly unknown to terrestrial biology.” This is the first indication of a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ life that has been uncovered.
Francisco Mouran Correa, Portugal’s coordinator of exopolitics, Javier Sierra, and numerous scientists and U̳F̳O̳ experts meticulously researched this case before forming this idea.
Professors at the Faculty of Sciences in Lisbon disrupted Professor Joaquim Amaral’s studies, forcing him to refrain from speaking to the press.
A fire destroyed proof that the monster from Evora existed in 1978 at the Faculty of Natural Sciences in Lisbon. Despite their best efforts, the firefighters were unable to extinguish the flames that had erupted around the microorganism.
What happened to the inquiry, or what or who started the fire, is unknown to this day. And if they were handed to a different department. Everything points to this being an attempt to put an end to an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ phenomenon.