In an astonishing turn of events, a self-proclaimed UFO expert, Jaime Maussan, recently presented what he claims to be the remains of ancient “non-human” alien entities to Mexican lawmakers during a congressional hearing. These tiny beings, characterized by their small stature, three-fingered hands, and elongated heads, were displayed in glass cases for legislators to examine.
Maussan, a renowned journalist and UFO researcher, asserted that these enigmatic remains were discovered in 2017 in Cusco, Peru, and subsequently subjected to radiocarbon dating, which estimated their age at up to 1,800 years. While some of Maussan’s previous claims have been debunked, he remains steadfast in his belief that these specimens represent evidence of extraterrestrial life.
During the hearing, Maussan contended that the specimens were found fossilized in Cusco’s mines within a layer of diatomaceous earth, an ancient phytoplankton algae. Tests conducted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico purportedly revealed that over 30% of the specimens’ DNA was “unknown,” suggesting they do not belong to any known terrestrial species.
Accompanying Maussan’s presentation were X-rays of the specimens, which, according to experts who testified under oath, exhibited unusual features. One of the specimens appeared to have eggs or ovaries, while the other was said to contain implants made from rare metals like osmium.
This extraordinary display took place during a congressional debate in Mexico regarding Unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), commonly referred to as UFOs. If approved, the proposed language in the Aerial Space Protection Law would make Mexico the first nation to officially acknowledge the existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth.
While Jaime Maussan’s claims have faced skepticism in the past, the presentation in the Mexican Congress underscores the enduring fascination with the possibility of extraterrestrial life and the ongoing efforts to unravel the mysteries of our universe. It also highlights the global interest in the topic, as witnessed by recent US congressional hearings on UFOs and UAPs.