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Breaking: Scientists unveil pair of 'mummified alien' corpses to Mexico congress


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SCIENTISTS UNVEIL PAIR OF 'MUMMIFIED ALIEN' CORPSES TO MEXICO CONGRESS
 

Scientists in Mexico are pulling back the curtain on what they believe are aliens, and they put two corpses on display.

Two small mummified specimens were unveiled at Mexico's first-ever congressional hearing on UFOs Tuesday.

 

https://abc7.com/amp/mexico-aliens-corpses-ufos/13776957/

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If this is true then I am not sure what these creatures are, but I am very curious about the unknown DNA and the eggs inside.

I also think they look adorable. :lol:

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I think the dating test is important as Steven Spielberg was not around with his 'ET' to copy 1000 yrs ago.

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1 hour ago, Unusual Tournament said:

SCIENTISTS UNVEIL PAIR OF 'MUMMIFIED ALIEN' CORPSES TO MEXICO CONGRESS
 

Scientists in Mexico are pulling back the curtain on what they believe are aliens, and they put two corpses on display.

Two small mummified specimens were unveiled at Mexico's first-ever congressional hearing on UFOs Tuesday.

 

https://abc7.com/amp/mexico-aliens-corpses-ufos/13776957/

Looks like a stone carving to me.

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  • The title was changed to Breaking: Scientists unveil pair of 'mummified alien' corpses to Mexico congress

I've been following this story for years now and have mentioned from Gaia website and other places that that real serious scientists are saying these are real creatures from present-day Peru.

I really find scientists putting two stone carvings up for display to the Mexican Congress to not be very believable either. The eggs discovery has been around for years too.

My leading thought from all I've heard is that these are genuine unknown creatures but that they are half-sequestered by government agencies leaving controversy behind. And the level of ridicule by the skeptics keeps any momentum for public acceptance away.

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Looks to me, more then a little, like they've been altered.

Since these are known, I did a search for the x-rays. After looking at them, it's even more apparent this is a Fiji-Mermaid type situation. At least IMHO. Could be human remains, and ancient, but still a fake. If human remains and recent, that's just sick...

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33 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

that real serious scientists

Then why does the real serious scientist who Still Waters mentioned who actually tested the DNA find that it was 100% human?

34 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

And the level of ridicule by the skeptics keeps any momentum for public acceptance away.

The public should not 'accept' this without evidence, people shouldn't just gullibly believe everything people say.  You always mention this irrelevancy, as if the 'ridicule from skeptics' is just so powerful that it somehow prevents someone from coming up with good evidence and enjoying the rewards that would come with it.

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16 minutes ago, Liquid Gardens said:

Then why does the real serious scientist who Still Waters mentioned who actually tested the DNA find that it was 100% human?

A real human with three fingers and large eggs and other weird features? Gaia scientists can't recognize a cobbled-together fake either? Clearly, we do not have the full story. And the scientists from Gaia lay a compelling case.

16 minutes ago, Liquid Gardens said:

The public should not 'accept' this without evidence, people shouldn't just gullibly believe everything people say.  You always mention this irrelevancy, as if the 'ridicule from skeptics' is just so powerful that it somehow prevents someone from coming up with good evidence and enjoying the rewards that would come with it.

I agree the public should not know what to believe at this time. When the politics of something so important is involved, we need be wary of misinformation.

I just gave my own personal leading theory above.

Edit: I just saw a thread on my other discussion forum titled: Over 30% of the specimens’ DNA was “unknown”..........no I am not blindly accepting nor dismissing that

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2 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

A real human with three fingers and large eggs and other weird features? 

 

Old time carnival owners would have made a fortune off of you.

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Just now, Antigonos said:

Old time carnival owners would have made a fortune off of you.

But would they have convinced biological scientists like those at Gaia?

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14 minutes ago, Antigonos said:

Old time carnival owners would have made a fortune off of you.

He was on here arguing that obviously fake fairy videos were real. Let that sink in.

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2 hours ago, Still Waters said:

'Alien corpses' unveiled in Mexico linked to 5-year-old 'hoax'

However, whilst hordes of UFO fanatics rejoiced in the “proof” of alien existence, others were more sceptical about the origins of the two corpses.

They argue that they are just two of six fossilized specimens that were found inside a mine near UNESCO's Nazca Line heritage site back in 2017.

Maussan swiftly became involved in the investigation surrounding the discovery, insisting that researchers had uncovered irrefutable proof that “these creatures were not from this Earth”.

However, DNA samples taken from both the hand and brain tissue from one of the specimens were found to be 100 per cent human, according to a report from the Paleo DNA laboratory at Lakehead University, Canada.

Furthermore, the mummies’ bizarre appearance led some experts to believe that the remains could have been tampered with to make them look more alien.

https://www.indy100.com/science-tech/alien-corpses-mexico-conspiracy

There was already a thread here on these gaffes. The fact they are the looted bodies of children is horrible.

I contacted  the department head  for one of the scientists on the Gaia video @papageorge1 mentioned. She admitted she was edited, understood it was a gaffe and had to apologize to some very p***ed off Native Americans. 

@Liquid Gardens The UFO crowd even say Jamie Maussan is a hoaxer. 

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What is more likely?

Fakery that has happened countless times throughout history or aLiEnZ(or unknown tiny humanoid species).

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5 hours ago, Unusual Tournament said:

SCIENTISTS UNVEIL PAIR OF 'MUMMIFIED ALIEN' CORPSES TO MEXICO CONGRESS
 

Scientists in Mexico are pulling back the curtain on what they believe are aliens, and they put two corpses on display.

Two small mummified specimens were unveiled at Mexico's first-ever congressional hearing on UFOs Tuesday.

 

https://abc7.com/amp/mexico-aliens-corpses-ufos/13776957/

There are times I wonder why I click on these links.

It's hope I guess.

< sigh >

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1 hour ago, papageorge1 said:

But would they have convinced biological scientists like those at Gaia?

Well you constantly talk about the corruption and bias of actual scientists from what you imagine to be their essentially religious devotion to 'materialism', funny how you can't seem to imagine any potential biases in scientists who just happen to agree with you.

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1 hour ago, Piney said:

 

I contacted  the department head  for one of the scientists on the Gaia video @papageorge1 mentioned. She admitted she was edited, understood it was a gaffe and had to apologize to some very p***ed off Native Americans. 

 

I seem to recall you not releasing the full unedited version of your contact raising eyebrows.

Secondly I do consider consider your input but I do also consider that you favor your side of the evidence and experts. 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

There are times I wonder why I click on these links.

It's hope I guess.

< sigh >

I get that. I used to be that way on a few subjects. When all you get are nothing burgers it's difficult to care. I've seen too many shoddy ufo and ghost videos to bother any longer. 

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7 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

I seem to recall you not releasing the full unedited version of your contact raising eyebrows.

Secondly I do consider consider your input but I do also consider that you favor your side of the evidence and experts. 

 

 

If I remember correctly the reason he didn't post it was due to personal info. 

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6 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

I seem to recall you not releasing the full unedited version of your contact raising eyebrows.

Secondly I do consider consider your input but I do also consider that you favor your side of the evidence and experts. 

I seem to recall you were the only one claiming a unedited version,  actually calling me a liar and going to email Mary Jesse personally. 

How did that work out? 

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