The Eye: A Strange And Unnaturally Round Island That Moves

An oddly spherical island, named "El Ojo" or "The Eye," floats on a clear and chilly pond in the midst of South America. Its solid bottom stands in stark contrast to the marshy surroundings.

Until now, the mysteries surrounding "The Eye" have gone unexplained and unexplored.

The island known as "The Eye" has a mysterious backstory, with some claiming that its circular shape represents God on Earth. As paranormal investigators have noted, the area warrants further investigation.

Google Earth is a tool that allows users to explore the surface of the planet like never before. For years, it has been utilized by researchers, scientists, and the general public to make exciting geographic discoveries.

Google Earth has uncovered a mysterious island located in the Tarana Delta between the cities of Campana and Zárate, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In a secluded and marshy area, lies a nearly 100-meter-wide spherical island that appears to move on its own, "floating" in the water channel that surrounds it.

The island was discovered by an Argentine filmmaker who specializes in investigating paranormal phenomena, UFO sightings, and alien encounters.

After investigating "The Eye" in person, filmmaker Sergio Neuspiller ruled out the possibility of an optical illusion. He then launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a team of scientists and researchers to further study the mysterious island in South America.

Questions surrounding the island include: How is such an island possible? Is it the result of a rare natural phenomenon? How has it remained intact for so long? What was the cause of its formation?

Possible explanations for the island's existence include a connection to UFO activity or some unknown force or substance beneath it causing its movement.

In reality, historical records on Google Earth reveal that "The Eye" has been visible on satellite images for over a decade, and has always been observed to move in a mysterious way, as if calling for attention from those viewing it from above.

You can view the enigmatic island on Google Earth by visiting the following coordinates: 34°15'07.8″S 58°49'47.4″W