• Alien structures and ships were spotted on Mercury
  • A UFO expert spotted the objects using Google Maps
  • The strange objects were inside craters

A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a massive alien vessel and structures on the surface of Mercury. The expert noted that extracting alien technology from these relics would greatly benefit Earth.

Claims about the presence of alien ships and structures on Mercury were made by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. According to Waring, he came across images of the strange objects while he was exploring the surface of the planet using Google Maps.

As seen in the photo and video shared by Waring, the alleged alien vessel and structures can be spotted inside the craters on Mercury. While some of them are located at the center of the craters, others can be found near the walls of the massive pockmarks.

In his previous blog posts, Waring noted that alien structures are often located at the center of craters as a form of defense strategy. It also keeps the structures hidden from the surface if the crater is deep enough.

According to the scaling feature of Google Maps, some of the structures that Waring highlighted were about 5 kilometers wide while some are over 10 kilometers long.

Since Waring believes that the objects were made and used by an advanced race of alien creatures, their technology supersedes that of Earth. The UFO expert then noted that extracting and understanding the technology used on these ships and structures would benefit any country on Earth.

“Can you imagine the technology within one of these ships?” Waring wrote in a blog post. “It would advance tech on earth thousands of years in just a few days. The country that has one of these ships...will be the most powerful country on Earth.”

Despite Waring’s claims, there is no clear evidence indicating that the strange objects he spotted on Mercury were actually alien structures and vessels.

Although they appear to have strange shapes, zooming in on Google Maps would reveal that most of them are only rock formations that are partly covered by shadows. Many of these formations may have been caused by the same asteroids that formed the craters.

NASA has shared an image of a stunning impact crater on Mercury. Pictured: In this handout from NASA, the surface of Mercury is seen in a picture taken by NASA's Messenger spacecraft as it approached the planet January 14, 2008. The image was taken from about 11,000 miles from the planet and shows a region 300 miles across. Getty Images/NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington