Mexico Congress reveals 1,000-year-old 'alien corpses'
Mexico, September 13: During a public hearing in the Mexico Congress, two alleged 'alien corpses' were unveiled, along with videos displaying UFOs and unidentified phenomena. The small mummified specimens, believed to be 1,000 years old and found in diatom mines in Cusco, Peru, were showcased in windowed boxes.
Ufologist Jaime Maussan, testifying under oath, stated that the specimens were not part of Earth's evolution. DNA evidence and X-rays were presented during the hearing, revealing unusual characteristics such as unknown DNA and rare metal implants, including Osmium. Ryan Graves, a former US Navy pilot, was also present.
Jaime Maussan, a journalist and ufologist, explained that the specimens had been studied at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where radiocarbon dating was used to determine their age. Comparing the DNA from the specimens to other samples, researchers found that over 30% of the DNA was "unknown." X-rays of the bodies were displayed during the hearing, revealing the presence of "eggs" in one of the bodies and implants made of rare metals, including Osmium.
Ryan Graves, the executive director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot, was present at the hearing. He had previously testified under oath to the US Congress about the national security threat posed by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).
While the hearing took place in the Mexico Congress, it's important to note that Jaime Maussan has been associated with 'fake' claims of 'aliens' in the past. In 2017, he was involved in the analysis of alleged mummies discovered in Peru, which were later debunked as the mummified remains of a human child.
- With inputs from agencies