Mexican Congress holds second hearing about 'alien' bodies
By T.K. Randall
November 8, 2023 · 507 comments
One of the mummies Maussan originally claimed to be 'alien'. Image Credit: YouTube / Maussan TV
Experts insisted that the mummies were the real deal, but stopped short of claiming that they were extraterrestrial.
Back in September, controversial UFO researcher Jaime Maussan presented what he claimed to be the 1000-year-old remains of two 'non-human entities' at a congressional hearing entitled Public Assembly for the Regulation of Unidentified Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (UAP)
Maussan went on to claim that 30 percent of the DNA of these entities - which had been found buried between the Peruvian cities of Palpa and Nazca in 2017 - was 'unknown' and that implants containing 'extremely rare metals' had been removed from their bodies.
His claims were met with almost universal criticism, with many researchers arguing that the 'aliens' were in fact human mummies that had been removed from an archaeological site.
This was again the official story during this week's second hearing on the topic, with a number of doctors and scientists insisting that the mummies were genuine, but making no mention of Maussan's extraterrestrial interpretation.
Maussan himself was also at the hearing, but this time he seemed to be focusing his efforts mainly on disproving accusations that the bodies were fake.
"None of the scientists say [that the study results] prove that they are extraterrestrials, but I go further," he said, referencing his own personal views that the mummies were 'non-human'.
Anthropologist Roger Zuniga of San Luis Gonzaga National University remained adament that the bodies were genuine human remains that had not been modified.
"There was absolutely no human intervention in the physical and biological formation of these beings," he said.
Source: Yahoo! News
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