In a captivating spectacle that has sent shockwaves through the UFO conspiracy theorist community, two small, alleged alien corpses, purportedly recovered from Cusco, Peru, were recently showcased in windowed boxes at the Mexican Congress in Mexico City.
This extraordinary event was orchestrated by the well-known journalist and self-proclaimed ufologist, Jaime Maussan. Under oath, Maussan boldly declared that these mummified specimens do not belong to “our terrestrial evolution,” asserting that a substantial portion of their DNA remains enigmatic. His claims, however, come with a history of controversy, as some of his past discoveries have been ultimately debunked.
During the public hearing, Maussan, aiming to bolster his case, presented US officials and members of the Mexican government with a series of compelling videos showcasing “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena.” Following this dramatic prelude, he unveiled the alleged extraterrestrial remains.
In his own words, Maussan declared, “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution… These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines and were later fossilized.”
The ufologist further disclosed that these specimens had undergone scientific scrutiny at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). Researchers there had managed to extract DNA evidence through radiocarbon dating. Astonishingly, after comparing the specimens’ DNA with other known samples, it was revealed that over 30% of their genetic makeup remained an enigma.
The intrigue did not end with DNA revelations. X-ray images of the specimens were presented during the hearing, accompanied by expert testimony given under oath. One body, it was claimed, contained “eggs” within, while both exhibited implants composed of exceedingly rare metals, such as Osmium.
Among the notable attendees was Ryan Graves, Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot. Earlier this year, Graves had testified before the US Congress, highlighting the potential national security threats posed by unidentified aerial phenomena.
It’s essential to note, however, that Jaime Maussan’s track record includes prior claims of “alien” discoveries that ultimately proved to be false. Notably, in 2017, he was associated with the discovery of five mummies in Peru, which were later determined to be the remains of human children.
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As the controversy surrounding these alleged alien corpses continues to captivate the imagination of UFO enthusiasts worldwide, the authenticity of these specimens remains a subject of fervent debate and scrutiny.