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Alleged 'alien corpses' unveiled at congress hearing in Mexico City

By T.K. Randall
September 13, 2023 · Comment icon 442 comments

One of the alleged alien entities. Image Credit: Mexican Chamber of Deputies
Ufologist Jaime Maussan recently presented what he claimed were the 1,000-year-old remains of two 'non-human entities'.
The hearing, which was titled 'Public Assembly for the Regulation of Unidentified Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (UAP)', invited Maussan to present physical evidence of alleged alien entities that he claimed had been found buried between the Peruvian cities of Palpa and Nazca in 2017.

The event was livestreamed online, providing clear images of the two beings which appeared humanoid in shape with unnatural proportions, flat faces and crumbling, statue-like bodies.

Maussan went on to claim that 30 percent of the DNA of these entities was 'unknown' and that implants containing 'extremely rare metals' had been removed from their bodies.
He also maintained that the entities were not mummies but "whole, complete, bodies [that] have not been manipulated inside and that have a series of elements that make them truly extraordinary."

Suffice to say, the whole thing has been met with a considerable degree of skepticism, with some arguing that the 'aliens' are in fact human mummies that had been unearthed in Peru back in 2017 and then modified in some way to make them appear more alien.

Maussan, meanwhile, remains adamant that these two entities are "not from this Earth."

No doubt we will be hearing more about this story in the coming weeks.

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Comment icon #433 Posted by papageorge1 11 hours ago
Paper written on the Nazca Mummies by a Paleontologist (266 Pages) TLDR† † After exhaustive analysis Genuine specimen unknown to science
Comment icon #434 Posted by Grim Reaper 6 11 hours ago
The problem with this paper is the fact that it isnít a Peer Reviewed Scientific Journal.
Comment icon #435 Posted by papageorge1 10 hours ago
I wouldn't know if it is or isn't, but I am interested in all learned opinions.†
Comment icon #436 Posted by Grim Reaper 6 10 hours ago
It certainly isnít Peer Reviewed, the Peer Review process starts with a submission to a publisher, where it is reviewed by other scientists in the field. If the individuals reviewing the submission find it factual and accurate then the publisher will publish it. What you added, was a paper written by a single individual that was unpublished and not reviewed. Without this process few people will take the paper seriously.
Comment icon #437 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 10 hours ago
The cover letter clearly states OCTOBER 2022.† Why the delay with the release? It makes it look like Miles is working hand-in-hand with†Maussan. And that can't be good
Comment icon #438 Posted by papageorge1 10 hours ago
Sure itís a paleontologistís analysis and itís something I consider.
Comment icon #439 Posted by papageorge1 10 hours ago
Iím not clear. I never said anything about when it was released. Perhaps in 2022 but why does that matter?
Comment icon #440 Posted by Grim Reaper 6 10 hours ago
Thatís fine, but my point stands!
Comment icon #441 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 9 hours ago
This whole thing is fishy, PG. If this report was written in 2022, why did it take†Maussan so long to put his demo on??† I don't get it, and I sure don't like it.† my opinion.
Comment icon #442 Posted by papageorge1 9 hours ago
I think it is two unrelated events. They are not tied into each other,

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