‘Alien’ bodies that are said be over 1, 000 years old presented by Mexican UFO expert.

‘Alien’ bodies that are said be over 1, 000 years old presented by Mexican UFO expert.

UFO Expert Presents ‘Alien’ Bodies at Mexican Congress

In a remarkable event at the Mexican Congress, UFO investigator Jaime Maussan, renowned for his extensive work in alien phenomena, alongside scientists, unveiled what they claim to be two ‘non-human’ bodies. This event, described as a ‘watershed’ moment by Maussan, stirred astonishment among the attending officials.

Origin and Genetic Distinction

The alleged ‘non-human’ corpses were recovered from a mine in Cusco, Peru, and presented to the congress. The researchers asserted that these bodies possessed a genetic composition distinct from humans, deviating by approximately 30%. This genetic divergence, they argued, classifies these beings as belonging to another species entirely.

Antiquity and Distinct Features

Carbon dating conducted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) placed the age of these bodies at over 1,000 years old. The images of these specimens reveal striking features, including three-fingered hands and feet, the absence of teeth, and stereoscopic vision. Notably, Maussan emphasized that these beings were not discovered in the aftermath of a UFO crash but were found in diatom mines, later undergoing fossilization.

The Question of Alien Origin

While the assertion that these beings are definitively of extraterrestrial origin remains uncertain, Maussan underscored their intelligence and coexistence with humans throughout history. He called for a reevaluation of history, suggesting that these beings challenge our understanding of terrestrial evolution.

Acknowledging a Broader Reality

During the event, Maussan urged attendees to embrace the possibility that we are not alone in the vast universe, emphasizing the need to acknowledge this broader reality.

US and Mexican Officials Address Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP)

In addition to the unveiling of the alleged ‘alien’ bodies, the event featured several US and Mexican officials discussing Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). Ryan Graves, a retired director of the US Navy and former navy pilot, offered testimony on UAP sightings and government classification. Robert Salas, a retired USAF lieutenant, discussed the stigma surrounding UAP sightings, emphasizing the routine nature of such sightings and their potential implications for national security.

Footage and Oaths

Attendees at the hearing were shown UAP footage, including recordings captured by fighter jets depicting mysterious lights floating above the clouds. All participants were asked to take an oath, affirming the truthfulness of their statements.

Distinctive Characteristics of the Alleged ‘Alien’ Bodies

The bodies presented during the congress shared a roughly humanoid shape, but they displayed distinctive characteristics, including retractable necks and elongated skulls, reminiscent of avian features. These beings were also noted for their light, robust bones and lack of teeth. Moreover, experts reported that one of the bodies carried eggs with embryos and had implants containing cadmium and osmium metals.

A Historic Moment for Mexico

Jaime Maussan hailed this event as a historic milestone, marking the first formal dialogue in Mexico to acknowledge the phenomenon of alleged ‘non-human’ beings. These bodies underwent recent scientific study at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM), including radiocarbon dating.

Past Claims and Debunking

It’s worth noting that in 2015, Jaime Maussan presented another mummified body, which was claimed to be of alien origin and found near the Nazca Lines in Peru. However, this claim was later debunked, with the body being identified as that of a human child, as reported by Snopes.

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