A UFO expert claimed that a satellite footage of a hurricane showed a fleet of alien vessels flying into its eye. According to the expert, the UFOs deliberately created the hurricane in order to secretly enter their underwater base.

The satellite footage of the storm was recorded and shared by YouTube user MRMB333. According to the user, the hurricane happened during the recent total solar eclipse on July 2.

In the video, strange dark orbs can be seen entering the hurricane and converging into its eye. According to the YouTube user, the dark circles could be the reflections of the shadow on Earth that was caused by the eclipse.

For Scott Waring of ET Data Base, what the YouTube user actually recorded was a fleet of UFOs entering the hurricane. Waring alleged that the UFOs used the hurricane in order to access their secret base located underwater.

Aside from just using the storm to hide from the public, Waring speculated that the UFOs may have actually created the hurricane. According to Waring, extraterrestrial beings are known to create natural calamities such as earthquakes and tornadoes for their own benefit.

Many UFO enthusiasts have claimed to have seen alien vessels during natural disasters. For instance in May 2015, UFO hunter Paul Seaburn said that an alien vessel appeared over a volcanic eruption in Japan.

“One of the most predictable places to see a UFO is a the site of a volcanic eruption, so it’s no surprise that one was spotted passing the eruption of Mount Shindake on Japan’s Kuchinoerabu Island on Friday, May 29th, 2015,” Seaburn said in a statement.

In another instance, UFO enthusiasts claimed that NASA’s satellite footage of Hurricane Harvey captured an alien vessel within the storm. Some even speculated that the UFO was actually guiding the hurricane on a specific path.

According to Waring, although there are some alien races that care for the welfare of humans, others are more defiant and malevolent. He noted that these are the ones that are capable of creating deadly natural disasters just so they can enter their underwater and underground bases unnoticed.

The year 2005 incurred $214 billion in damages. However, 2005 could not hold a candle to 2017, when the damages brought on by three major hurricanes — Harvey, Irma, and Maria — and massive wildfires in California that led to damages worth $306 billion nationally. In this NOAA handout image, NOAA's GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it makes its way across the Atlantic Ocean in to the Caribbean — a category 5 storm with winds as high as 185 miles per hour — at about 3:15 pm (EDT), Sept. 6, 2017. Getty Images/ NASA