Do Aliens Really Exist? Mexico Revealed the Truth
Over the years, numerous claims of evidence for extraterrestrial life have been debunked. However, a recent development has emerged from Mexico, where the country’s senators were presented with what were suspected to be the remains of non-human mummies.
Mexican TV presenter and self-proclaimed ufologist, Jaime Maussan, introduced two fossilized bodies, which he asserted were non-human corpses. He further claimed that DNA testing on the bodies revealed non-Earth origins, capturing global attention.
The peculiar alien-like corpses were said to have been discovered in Cusco, Peru, and were displayed in glass containers in Mexico City while researchers provided testimony to lawmakers. Maussan maintained that these corpses were approximately 1,000 years old, with carbon dating conducted by the team at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
While the astonishing claims by the Mexican TV presenter have intrigued the world, they have also sparked a debate on the existence of aliens. It should be noted that the assertions made by this self-proclaimed ‘ufologist’ have not been substantiated, and he has been associated with previous claims that were later discredited.
Mexico #UAP / #UFO Hearing Alien Bodies:
– Recovered in Peru in a diatom mine
– Found in 2017 between Palpa & Nazca
– Not part of our terrestrial evolution
– Carbon dated at approx 1000 years old
– Not mummies, bodies are intact
– Thoroughly researched 😮 #ufoX #uapX #ufotwitter pic.twitter.com/R9y9tLEbIu
— Chris (@ChrisCYVR) September 13, 2023
During the presentation to US and Mexican senators, the ufologist stated, “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution… They were not found following a UFO crash but were discovered in diatom (algae) mines and subsequently fossilized.”
He explained that when compared to other DNA samples, more than 30 percent of the specimens’ DNA was ‘unknown.’ Scans of the specimens were also shown during the hearing, with one of the bodies containing egg-like structures and implants made of extremely rare metals such as Osmium.