The Mexican congress has been presented with a surprising revelation by journalist and self-proclaimed UFO expert, Jaime Maussan. He displayed what he claimed to be evidence of non-human life in the form of diminutive humanoid figures that were reportedly found in Peru. These mummified remains, which Maussan said were evidence of “non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial evolution,” were presented by him in a three-hour legislative session. The congress heard scientific experts confirm that these three-fingered mummified figures are “real,” and that the physical and biological formation of these beings showed no signs of human intervention. The figures have been closely studied by scientists over a four-year period, and a letter signed by 11 researchers from San Luis Gonzaga National University confirmed their authenticity.
However, the scientists declined to speculate on whether the mummified remains were of extraterrestrial origin, leaving the discussion open for further investigation. Dr. Daniel Mendoza, who participated in Tuesday’s session, presented X-rays and photographic imagery of the samples, supporting the claim that these are “non-human beings.” Maussan claimed that these corpses are indicative of a “new species” as they do not possess lungs or ribs and thus differ from human anatomy.
The authenticity of the mummified figures was questioned due to Maussan’s previous claims in 2017, which were proven to be a hoax. In that instance, the samples were revealed to be “recently manufactured dolls, which have been covered with a mixture of paper and synthetic glue to simulate the presence of skin.” However, the recent findings by the scientific experts have been said to be very real and were considered to have been living organisms at one point. The evidence presented to the Mexican Congress has prompted further interest in UFOs, now formally known as UAP (Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena).
Sergio Gutierrez, a congressman from Mexico’s ruling Morena party, emphasized the need to release all information the government has on UFOs and UAPs. However, Maussan’s opinion differs somewhat from the scientific consensus, as he believes the study results prove that these beings are extraterrestrial in origin, while the scientists refrain from making such claims.
In conclusion, the evidence presented to the Mexican Congress has stirred up intriguing debates within the scientific and political communities. While the authenticity of the mummified figures has been confirmed, the bigger question of their origin and whether they are extraterrestrial remains a topic of much interest and discussion. This development has rekindled the debate around UFOs, and one looks forward to further research and investigation into this fascinating topic.