China's Chang'e 4 lunar rover recently discovered an unusual “gel-like” substance while exploring the dark side of the Moon.

According to a report, the substance, which remains a mystery up to now, led the Chinese space agency to postpone further exploration activities and focus instead on determining what the substance is.

However, an infamous alien theorist and UFOlogist claimed that what the Chinese rover discovered is not just some unknown substance but a side panel from an alien structure that’s made from some kind of metallic material.

Scott Waring, a blogger who runs the website, shared that based on the photos from China's Chang'e 4 lunar rover, its latest discovery could be something that was hidden by an intelligent alien race on the Moon.

“This is 100 [percent] proof that aliens have been on the Moon and the China rover has proven it. This doesn't look like a gel to me. They said its shiny...yes...because its a metallic sheet of metal clearly made by intelligent beings,” Waring said in a post.

So what could be the structure hidden beneath the sands of the Moon? And why was it buried? “Perhaps the Moon is just an alien space station and they covered its surface with dirt and rocks in order to protect its surface area and to disguise them from primitive cultures like our own,” the UFOlogist said.

Waring is known among the alien theorist community for his outrageous claims of UFO sightings and proof of alien life thriving on Planet Mars and the Moon. He once claimed that the Moon holds remnants of an ancient alien civilization and that these structures can be seen in photos released by NASA.

He even went on to suggest that the structures, which include a “landing strip,” can be used by private space companies such as SpaceX and Blue Origins for their own space tourism projects.

Waring also released a few outrageous theories of aliens on Mars. He pointed out how he was able to spot a penguin, a pig and even a humanoid figure in NASA photos. His theories were debunked by NASA scientists themselves, clarifying that what he saw are nothing more than just oddly-shaped rocks.

Moon's Water Ice
Conceptual illustration of permanently shadowed, shallow icy craters near the lunar south pole. NASA/UCLA