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Video: ‘Non-human alien’ bodies unveiled to Mexican Congress

Hubble Space Telescope spots a UFO. (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/WikiCommons)
September 13, 2023

Two mummified “non-human” bodies were displayed Tuesday at a public congressional hearing in Mexico pertaining to unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs).

According to Marca, unidentified flying objects (UFOs) expert Jaime Maussan claimed the two bodies, which were displayed in windowed boxes, were “a clear demonstration” of “non-human” aliens. Both of the mummified bodies had elongated heads and only three fingers on each hand.

The UFO expert claimed that the “non-human” bodies were between 700 and 1,800 years old and that X-rays indicated that one of the corpses had “eggs” inside its body.

“These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution,” Maussan said.

Maussan noted that the two “non-human” bodies were not located after the wreckage of a UFO but were discovered in diatom mines and “were later fossilized.” 

According to Fox News, Maussan claimed that Mexican scientists tested the DNA of the two bodies and determined that over 30% of the DNA was “unknown.”

“This is the first time it (extraterrestrial life) is presented in such a form, and I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world,” he said.

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According to The New York Post, the public congressional hearing was informed that the alleged alien bodies were located in 2017 in Cusco, Peru.

The “non-human” bodies were displayed to the Mexican Congress along with numerous videos of other UFOs. Tuesday’s congressional hearing was focused on the Aerial Space Protection Law, which would make Mexico the first nation in the world to publicly acknowledge an alien presence on Earth.

During Tuesday’s hearing, Ryan Graves, a former U.S. Navy pilot and the executive director of Americans for Safe Aerospace, noted that UAPs “represent an urgent priority for both aerospace safety and scientific inquiry.”