Two small alleged alien corpses, reportedly retrieved from Cusco, Peru, were prominently displayed in windowed boxes to politicians at Mexico City’s Congress, igniting fervour among UFO conspiracy theorists, The Independent reported.
This event was orchestrated by journalist and UFOlogist Jaime Maussan, who attested that these mummified specimens represent a divergence from “our terrestrial evolution,” with nearly one-third of their DNA shrouded in mystery.
However, it’s essential to exercise caution when considering these claims, as Maussan has a history of associating himself with discoveries that were later debunked.
During the public hearing, Maussan presented various videos of “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena” to both US officials and members of the Mexican government before unveiling the alleged alien corpses.
He emphasised, “These specimens do not belong to our terrestrial evolution. They were not discovered after a UFO crash but were found in diatom (algae) mines and subsequently fossilised.”
“Non-human” alien corpses believed to be a thousand years old have been displayed at an official event in Mexico’s Congress, according to local reports. PHOTO: REUTERS
Maussan further informed attendees that scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) had conducted DNA analysis using radiocarbon dating on these specimens.
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Comparisons with other DNA samples revealed that more than 30% of the specimens’ DNA remains enigmatic.
X-rays of the specimens were also presented during the hearing. Experts testified under oath that one of the bodies appeared to contain “eggs,” while both were reported to have implants composed of exceedingly rare metals, such as Osmium.
X-rays of the specimens were also shown during the hearing, with experts testifying under oath that one of the bodies is seen to have “eggs” inside. PHOTO: REUTER
Ryan Graves, the Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot, was present at the event. Earlier this year, he had addressed the US Congress regarding the perceived threat posed by unidentified aerial phenomena to US national security.
Nonetheless, these assertions should be approached with scepticism, given Maussan’s track record, which includes claims of “alien” discoveries that were subsequently debunked, such as the five mummies found in Peru in 2017 that were later identified as human children.