TWO alleged non-human corpses were displayed to Mexican politicians at the country’s Congress by a ‘ufologist’, whose assertions have been disproven multiple times in the past.
In Mexico City, on Wednesday, the alleged remains of two small ‘alien’ creatures, found in Cusco, Peru, were showcased in transparent containers, generating enthusiasm among UFO conspiracy enthusiasts.
Leading this presentation was journalist Jaime Maussan, who provided sworn testimony that these mummified specimens do not belong to “our earthly evolution,” with nearly one-third of their DNA still categorised as “unknown,” as reported by Mexican media.
“The self-claimed ‘ufologist’s’ assertions have not been substantiated, and Mr Maussan has previously been linked to claims of findings that were subsequently discredited,” The Independent reported.
During the public hearing, Mr Maussan displayed several videos of “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena” to US officials and Mexican government representatives before revealing the purported alien bodies.
“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 fossilised,” he said.
Diatom is found in earth’s crust. Structure-wise, they are soft and contain silica, due to which it is easy to crumble them into a fine powder.
X-rays of the specimens were also shown during the hearing, which reveals the most interesting fact about these cadavers, which is that one of these bodies is seen to have ‘eggs’ inside. Now, this can also mean that these creatures may have ability to reproduce.
The bodies were also said to have implants made of very rare metals, such as Osmium, which is a bluish-white transition metal used to manufacture fountain pens, instrument pivots, needles and electrical contacts. The visuals show very clearly that the remains are possibly hard and are similar to the physical structure of the Osmium.
In the past, Mr Maussan has been linked to assertions of discovering “alien” entities that were subsequently disproven, such as the case of five mummies discovered in Peru in 2017, which were later revealed to be human children.
Published in Dawn, September 14th, 2023