Alien Corpse Found In Mexico

( – During the inaugural hearing on UFOs held at the Mexican Congress, unusual artifacts that were claimed to be ancient, non-human alien remains were put on display in glass cases. Jaime Maussan, a respected Mexican journalist and ufologist, testified under oath, stating that these entities were distinct from terrestrial life forms and had no connection to our planet’s evolutionary history.

Accompanying his testimony were two small mummified specimens, each bearing three fingers on their hands. Maussan reported that researchers from the Autonomous National University of Mexico had performed Carbon 14 analysis on these specimens, dating them to approximately 1,000 years ago. He asserted that these purported bodies were discovered fossilized within Cusco, Peru, in layers of diatomaceous earth, a substance composed of ancient phytoplankton algae.

Maussan emphasized that these beings were not recovered from UFO crash sites but were instead found in diatom mines and subsequently fossilized. He added, “While we cannot definitively label them as aliens, they exhibited intelligence and coexisted with us. This discovery challenges our understanding of history. We must acknowledge that we are not alone in this vast universe.”

According to Maussan, Mexican scientists conducted tests revealing that over 30% of the specimens’ DNA was “unknown.” Additionally, one specimen purportedly contained structures resembling eggs or ovaries, while another had implants made of rare metals like Osmium.

It’s worth noting that Maussan has been associated with previous claims of debunked alien discoveries, such as the five mummies found in Peru in 2017, which were later determined to be remains of human children.

The Mexican congressional hearing also featured Ryan Graves, the founder of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former F-18 pilot with more than a decade of service in the U.S. Navy. Graves was one of three American veterans who turned UFO whistleblowers and testified before a U.S. House Oversight subcommittee in July, warning of national security risks posed by UFOs. Harvard University astrophysicist Avi Loeb, appearing via video conference, expressed during the Mexican congressional hearing that it would be arrogant to assume we are alone in the universe and suggested that these beings might predate human presence on Earth.

Another witness, under oath, shared four unexplained encounters involving unidentified flying objects. One incident dating back to 1975 involved a group of 13 aircraft flying together when one of them was intercepted by an unidentified flying object, leading to a change in route and an unscheduled landing.

Enrique Kolbeck Vergara, a pilot and Mexican air traffic controller with 48 years of experience, testified that in July 1994, an Aeroméxico plane departing from Guadalajara was allegedly intercepted by an unidentified flying object over Mexico City, causing concern among control tower personnel that the plane might crash into Insurgentes Avenue.

In 2002, another pilot in Morelia reported a delay in takeoff due to concerns that his plane would nearly collide with 15 to 20 unexplained metallic objects, each about 20 meters in diameter, rising and falling slowly.

The fourth incident recounted by Vergara involved a Mexican Air Force patrol using advanced radar and heat detection equipment in an operation aimed at uncovering clandestine drug trafficking routes. Instead, they spotted a flying object that passed through the Gulf, intercepted their plane, surrounded it, and then abruptly left. This operation lasted only 30 minutes. Vergara emphasized, “These are not myths or legends; such phenomena are compromising airspace safety, employing vastly superior and unfamiliar technologies. They appear and disappear, maneuver differently from known aircraft, and violate laws and regulations.”