In a rather unusual event that unfolded in Mexico City, two peculiar-looking corpses, believed to be of alien origin, were unveiled at the country’s Congress.
This intriguing event was led by Jaime Maussan, a well-known journalist and UFO enthusiast. It garnered significant attention as these small, seemingly “non-human” bodies were displayed in transparent boxes for the public to see.
These mummified specimens, thought to be around a thousand years old, were discovered in Cusco, Peru. The event had scientists involved as well, with Ryan Graves, the Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot, also in attendance.
During the event, Maussan presented his findings to members of the Mexican government and US officials under oath. He referred to these specimens as “UFO specimens” and revealed that they had recently undergone study at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM). Scientists at UNAM managed to extract DNA evidence from these specimens using radiocarbon dating techniques.
Maussan emphasized that these creatures do not fit into our known terrestrial evolutionary history. Contrary to what one might expect, they weren’t discovered at the site of a UFO crash but rather in diatom mines, which are connected to a type of algae, and subsequently became fossilized.
This revelation has ignited considerable excitement among UFO enthusiasts and those curious about the existence of extraterrestrial life. However, it also raises profound questions about our understanding of life beyond Earth and the potential existence of beings from other worlds.
It’s worth noting that earlier, in July, three witnesses testified in front of the United States’ Congress about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). David Grusch, a former military intelligence officer, shared information with the House Oversight committee about a long-standing effort to recover and reverse-engineer UFOs that had crashed in the US. He claimed that the US government possessed both intact and partially intact alien vehicles.