- Alleged “non-human” alien corpses were showcased to Mexican politicians at the country’s Congress, sparking intrigue among UFO enthusiasts.
- Journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan led the presentation, asserting under oath that these mummified specimens do not belong to Earth’s evolutionary tree, with over 30% of their DNA remaining unidentified.
- While the claims are sensational, Maussan has a history of associating with debunked discoveries.
- The specimens were allegedly found in diatom mines in Cusco, Peru, and subsequently fossilized.
- X-rays revealed unusual features, including “eggs” inside one of the bodies and implants made of rare metals like Osmium.
In a remarkable and contentious event, the halls of Mexico’s Congress became the stage for the presentation of what are purportedly “non-human” alien corpses. These mysterious specimens, obtained from Cusco, Peru, were exhibited in transparent boxes, sending waves of excitement through the UFO conspiracy theorist community. Spearheaded by journalist and self-proclaimed ufologist Jaime Maussan, this extraordinary event unfolded as he testified under oath, declaring that these mummified remains represent entities not linked to “our terrestrial evolution.” Astonishingly, more than 30% of their DNA remains shrouded in mystery, according to reports in the Mexican media.
Jaime Maussan’s involvement in this presentation, however, has raised skepticism. He has previously been associated with claims of unearthly discoveries that later crumbled under scientific scrutiny. Despite these past controversies, Maussan pushed forward, displaying videos of “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena” to US officials and members of the Mexican government before unveiling the alleged alien corpses.
Maussan provided a narrative for these specimens, asserting, “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution, nor were they found after a UFO wreckage. They were discovered in diatom (algae) mines and later became fossilized.” Adding to the intrigue, Maussan disclosed that the specimens had undergone examination by scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM), who employed radiocarbon dating to extract DNA evidence. The startling revelation that over 30% of the DNA in these entities remains enigmatic left the audience bewildered.
During the presentation, X-rays of the specimens were showcased, with experts attesting under oath to their authenticity. One of the bodies appeared to contain “eggs,” while both were reported to possess implants constructed from exceedingly rare metals, including Osmium.
Among the attendees was Ryan Graves, the Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot. Graves had previously informed the US Congress about the perceived threat posed by unidentified aerial phenomena to US national security. However, as the event unfolded, many remained cautious, given Maussan’s history of association with “alien” discoveries that were subsequently debunked, such as the case of the five mummies found in Peru in 2017, which were later determined to be human children.
The presentation of these alleged alien corpses in Mexico’s Congress has ignited fervent debates and skepticism in equal measure. While the event may have captured the imaginations of UFO enthusiasts, the scientific community and authorities remain understandably cautious in the absence of concrete evidence to substantiate these extraordinary claims. The mysteries surrounding these specimens, their origin, and their DNA will undoubtedly continue to fuel speculation and curiosity in the realm of ufology and extraterrestrial life.