Mexican Lawmakers Hear Extraordinary Testimony: ‘We Are Not Alone’ in the Universe, Witness Alleged Non-Human Remains.
Display of Alleged ‘Non-Human’ Being’s Remains Stuns Audience at UFO Briefing. (Photo: Reuters)
During a groundbreaking congressional event in Mexico, lawmakers were presented with startling testimony that challenges the notion of humanity’s solitude in the cosmos. This unprecedented hearing, focused on what is now termed Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), displayed two enigmatic artifacts claimed by Mexican journalist and long-time UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan to be the remains of extraterrestrial beings.
These otherworldly specimens, showcased in glass cases, possess distinctive features—three fingers on each hand and elongated heads. Maussan contended that they were recovered in Peru, near the ancient Nazca Lines, in 2017.
He asserted that carbon dating, conducted by Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM), suggests they are approximately 1,000 years old. However, it is important to note that previous similar finds have ultimately proven to be mummified children.
Maussan emphasized that this presentation marked the first instance of such evidence being showcased, declaring, “I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world, and that all possibilities are open for any scientific institution… to investigate it.”
Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy, disclosed that X-rays, 3-D reconstruction, and DNA analysis had been conducted on the remains, stating firmly, “I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings.”
UNAM, on the other hand, reissued a statement initially released in 2017, clarifying that their National Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry with Accelerators (LEMA) had solely determined the age of the samples and refrained from drawing conclusions about their origin.
The hearing also featured former U.S. Navy pilot Ryan Graves, who has previously testified in U.S. Congressional hearings about his personal encounters with UAP and the societal stigma surrounding reporting such sightings.
Congressman Sergio Gutierrez, representing President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s Morena party, expressed hopes that this hearing would pave the way for future discussions on this topic in Mexico. He remarked, “We are left with reflections, with concerns, and with the path to continue talking about this.”
This event in Mexico comes in the wake of a shift in the U.S. government’s approach to UAP, with increased transparency and active investigations by entities like the Pentagon and NASA. NASA is set to share findings from its UFO study on Thursday.
Despite the intriguing claims made during the hearing, Maussan faced swift backlash and skepticism, with critics questioning the authenticity of his presentation and its potential impact on the credibility of UFO research. One commentator on social media (formerly known as Twitter) remarked, “This could really hurt efforts to take the issue seriously. Why didn’t they wait until a scientific paper was ready to publish it?”