Alleged “non-human” alien corpses were displayed in Mexico’s Congress, according to an article from The Independent. UFO expert and journalist Jaime Maussan claimed that these alien bodies had DNA that was nearly 30% unknown. While many in the UFO community found this to be an exciting revelation, Maussan has been associated with debunked discoveries in the past.
The supposed alien corpses were retrieved from Cusco, Peru, and presented in windowed boxes during a public hearing in Mexico City. Maussan collaborated with scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) who performed radiocarbon dating on the mummified specimens.
During congressional hearings, x-rays of the specimens were shown, with experts testifying that one body appeared to have “eggs” inside, and both bodies had implants made from rare metals like osmium. Despite the sensational claims, some of the discoveries spearheaded by Maussan, such as the five mummies found in Peru in 2017, were later proven to be human children.
At the hearing, attendees were presented with videos that showcased unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and the potential implications for national security. Among the attendees was Ryan Graves, Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace, who emphasized the UAP threat to US national security during his testimony.
As with any extraordinary discoveries that challenge the current understanding of terrestrial evolution, these claims merit further examination through scientific inquiry. It is important to approach such extraordinary claims with a healthy dose of skepticism to avoid potentially jumping to conclusions or spreading misinformation.
Whether you’re a believer in extraterrestrial life or not, it’s always intriguing to explore the possibilities and stay abreast of the latest developments. Consider taking a fun quiz to find out which famous alien you are or see how well you would fare during an alien invasion.