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THE EYE: Mysterious floating island discovered in Argentina 2017

A strange and nearly perfect spherical island that moves

In the middle of South America there is a strange and almost perfectly spherical island that moves on its own. The landmass in the middle —called the Eye— floats on a pond of clear and cold water which is extremely strange and in contrast to its surrounding area. The bottom appears to be solid in comparison to the marsh around it. Located near the northeastern edge of Argentina, in the swampy marshes of Parana Delta, is an enigmatic floating island that allegedly rotates on its own axis. Nicknamed “The Eye”, the nearly perfect circular island has become the subject of an upcoming documentary that will try to unravel the mystery of its existence. The Eye was discovered by Argentine film director & producer Sergio Neuspillerm, who was looking for filming locations for a film about paranormal occurrences, like ghost and alien sightings, in the area. After spotting the unusually round island surrounded by an equally round body of water on Google Earth, Neuspillerm and his crew knew they had stumbled upon something truly special, so they abandoned their original film project and decided to focus on this mystery instead. “When locating this reference in the map we discovered something unexpected that left the film project in the background, we call it ‘The Eye’,” Neuspillerm said in a video. “The Eye is a circle of land surrounded by a thin channel of water with a diameter of 130 yards. Both circles [the water and land] are so perfect that it is hard to believe that this is a natural formation.” Until now, no one has tried explaining ‘ The Eye’ or unraveling its many mysteries. Looking at the story behind this mysterious island, many people have come forward claiming that “a circle inside another circle represents God on Earth,” — and as paranormal investigators point out— regardless, the area deserves much more interest. But for the real treasure trove of rotating floating islands, the place to go is the Luapula River on the border of Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Sadly, there isn’t a lot of historical imagery, so good animations were not possible. So, we are showing them in the form of ‘before and afters’ to demonstrate that the islands do, in fact, move. A round one, an oval and another shape, sharing a pool.

If we are not mistaken, the dark patches are fire scars, suggesting the island can sustain fires without destroying it.

A whole bunch of floating islands!

Pablo Suarez, who does dynamic systems modeling at Boston University, allegedly told Paranormal News that he has never seen anything like The Eye before. He added that the almost perfect circular shape makes it unlikely to be simple crater or a formation created by a typical natural phenomenon. However, the same website recently received a message from someone named Daniel Roy Finkley who claims that The Eye is no mystery. It is apparently one of dozens of formations with more or less irregular edges. He claims that they are actually a characteristic natural environment of the coast. There’s also a YouTube video that shows several similar formations around Argentina. What do you feel about The Eye? {Let us know in the comments section.} What do you feel about The Eye Island? Let us know in the comments section.

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