‘Alien corpses’ displayed at Congressional hearing in Mexico

The fossilised bodies are said to be 1000 years old

NEW DELHI | Updated: 14 September, 2023 11:30 am IST
Alien corpses were displayed by politicians during a Congressional hearing in Mexico.

NEW DELHI: In a perplexing incident, two purported “alien corpses” from Cusco, Peru, were presented to politicians during a Congressional hearing in Mexico. The hearing, featuring testimonies of UFO enthusiasts under oath, was broadcasted live.

According to Mexican media, these enigmatic fossilised bodies made their debut during a public hearing at the Mexico Congress. The unveiling followed the screening of several videos purportedly showcasing ‘UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena.’
Journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan testified under oath that the mummified specimens did not belong to “our terrestrial evolution.” He claimed that the bodies were 1000 years old.

Maussan further asserted that a significant portion of the specimens’ DNA, approximately a third, remained unclassified.
During the hearing, he presented Mexican government officials and representatives from the United States with videos featuring “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena”. “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution… They aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines, and were later fossilized,” he testified.

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Maussan claimed that scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) had conducted extensive research on the specimens, utilizing radiocarbon dating to extract DNA evidence. He asserted that, upon comparing the specimens’ DNA with other known samples, over 30% of the DNA was “unknown.”

He also showcased X-rays of the specimens, while experts testified under oath that one of the bodies appeared to contain “eggs.” These experts purported that the implants were crafted from exceptionally rare metals, such as Osmium.

It is worth noting that Maussan had previously been associated with claims of discovering “alien” entities in 2017, which were subsequently debunked and identified as human children.

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The Mexico Congressional hearing follows a similar hearing before a US Congress panel where three former servicemen testified that they had encountered UFOs.

The disclosure of these ‘alien corpses’ at the Mexico Congress has ignited a contentious debate, with both skepticism and intrigue surrounding the authenticity and origin of the specimens.

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