Swiss Werner Jaisli, a man from Switzerland crossed the world to build an Interstellar landing pad in Argentina after allegedly contacted telepathically by Aliens during a UFO sighting. This mysterious landing strip was built near the town of Cachi, in the Salta province of Argentina.
Located just north of the Calchaquíes valleys and at the foot of the Nevado, its 2,000 inhabitants live surrounded by an unprecedented natural beauty. A few years ago the locals of this area noticed a strange man with a venerable attitude, dressed in black wearing Texas boots walking through its picturesque streets.
That was a man called Swiss Werner Jaisli from Switzerland who had come here after a telepathic alien order. “If you build it, we will come there,” the beings told him.
“I was there, in Fuerte Alto with my neighbor Luis. It was midnight on November 24, 2008. A party was taking place at the Sports Complex. Suddenly everything was silent and the power supply was cut off. It was total darkness. “It’s a UFO night,” I said to Luis. And the sentence had not ended when two luminous objects advanced about 200 meters above the Calchaquí River,” explains Werner to Argentinean newspaper.
“They were at the height of my eyes, from my position. They were solid, circular and looked like burnished metal. I do not know why, but mentally I asked them to come closer. And they did! They perched about 100 meters above our heads and projected over us a beam of powerful light. The funny thing is that this extraordinary glow did not affect our vision. At that moment something began to go through my brain: it was an order. They asked me telepathically to build a landing pad.”
Eventually, 157 kilometers from the provincial capital, the Swissman spent several years and built the first UFO landing pad of the country with the hope that the beings who contacted him telepathically would return and land on Salta soil.
The design of the alleged UFO landing site follows the design of a massive white star that features 36 points of and measures 48 meters in diameter; in the center, there is another small star with 12 points. “That’s how they told me to do it, and I did it,” said the author of this strange base destined to guide the inhabitants of other worlds upon their arrival.
Werner eventually disappeared from Cachi. Several theories have been cooked up by locals and some even say he was abducted by aliens. Others suggest he was just tired of the life he was having and returned to Switzerland. The ‘Intergalactic landing pad passed into the hands of the Municipality of Cachi, and now its a famous tourist attraction in Argentina.