Alleged extraterrestrial remains have been unveiled in Mexico. During a session of the Mexican parliament devoted to unexplained phenomena, one of the guests presented “bodies” of inhuman beings excavated in Peru, dating back a thousand years. However, the media reminds that the ufologist’s previous discoveries have been scientifically disproved.
On Tuesday, a meeting of parliamentarians with ufologists and people who witnessed unexplained phenomena was held in the Mexican parliament. The aim of the Congress session was to discuss events that escape scientific evidence.
During the conference, journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan presented to the Mexican parliament the dried bodies of small creatures that, as he testified under oath, were excavated in Peru, are about 1,000 years old, are not human and “are not part of our earthly evolution.”
– We will show two creatures that were extracted in Peru in a diatomaceous earth mine. These are dried bodies found between the cities of Palpa and Nazca in 2017, which have been thoroughly examined by both investigative journalists and scientists, Maussan said. Then, dried bodies, resembling small mummies, lying in glass wooden boxes were presented. The creatures had three fingers on each hand and elongated skulls.
Maussan claims that the creatures were studied by researchers from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Using carbon-14 dating, they determined that the bodies were about 1,000 years old, he said. He added that X-rays showed that there were “eggs” in one of the bodies. According to the ufologist, the creatures were not recovered from crashed spacecraft, and almost a third of their DNA is “unknown”.
– These are not mummies. These are bodies that have been preserved in their entirety and have not been subject to outside manipulation. They have a number of elements that make them truly unique, he said.
The media recalled that Maussan’s claims had not yet been verified, and the ufologist himself had previously been associated with theories that were ultimately scientifically refuted. Sky News emphasized that Maussan already claimed in 2015 that the mummy found near Nazca in Peru could have been of extraterrestrial origin. However, these claims were disproved when it was proven that they were the remains of a child.
The Spanish-language editorial office of Wired reported that in Peru, the claims of Maussan and other ufologists regarding such discoveries were described as forgeries, made from fragments of real human mummies. In some cases, this was confirmed by DNA tests.
The session of the Mexican Congress devoted to unexplained phenomena was also attended by American military pilot Ryan Graves, who previously claimed to have seen unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, during the mission. Other pilots, air traffic controllers and experts also attended the meeting. Participants complained that speaking publicly about unexplained phenomena resulted in harassment and receiving threats.
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