The case of the glowing humanoids of Tenerife is one of the most intriguing events in Spanish history. An event that encompasses unknown creatures and glowing humanoids.
Like many islands of volcanic origin, Tenerife has great mining activity, due to the number of precious stones it houses. Because of this, there are hundreds of abandoned and foggy galleries and passageways. It was in this scenario that the case of the Beings of Light happened.
The Güimar municipality witnessed one of the most chilling events in the paranormal history of Spain.
The Mysterious Case Of The Glowing Humanoids
In 1912, two miners were working in the Agua Izaña galleries, in a dry riverbed in the Badajoz ravine.
The day passed normally as they opened a new gallery with the hope to reveal new seams of a diamond rock.
Within 10 minutes of brandishing their picks, the workers noticed how the cracks were opening faster than normal. They accelerated their pace and, quickly, a kind of 3 × 3 meter entrance appeared.
As the dust settled, the men discovered that this was an entrance to a secret chamber unknown to them. Despite the 10 years, they had been working in the area.
The gallery seemed to have been worked in the past and its interior was extremely dark, making it impossible to see how far it extended.
They took their lamps and stepped into the new space that opened before them. The walls were firm and smooth as glass. There were no cracks or irregularities.
As they progressed, the path began to incline to the left, surprised by a soft light that began to emanate from the wall. This event was not entirely strange to them, as they had seen fluorescence in caves before. A strange phenomenon, but possible.
500 meters down the road, the workers stopped abruptly. In front, there were 3 Beings of Light(Glowing Humanoids) who were walking towards them.
Secret galleries and glowing humanoids
Their appearance was humanoid, but with the naked eye, you could see that they were not human. These beings were levitating about a foot off the ground.
Scared, the miners threw down their pickaxes and ran in terror to the exit of the cave. Once outside , believing they were safe, they realized that the Light Beings were at the entrance of the gallery.
The miners fled to the nearest Civil Guard station, about 4 kilometers away. They told what happened and, after the officers ruled out the effects of alcohol or other substances, they agreed to accompany them to the scene.
The problem is that, upon arrival, there was no trace of the uncovered gallery, much less of the Light Beings. There was no evidence whatsoever of what he had experienced.
Interestingly, every gallery is registered by the Mining Commission and, as is the case today, the records are updated quarterly.
The Mining Commission witnessed that the mysterious galleries would have taken many years to build, although it does not appear in any of its historical records. So what happened?
This mysterious event with the Beings of light remains unsolved and, although many skeptics claim that it was nothing more than a “hallucination”, this is not the first time that such incidents have been suffered in caves.