The Most Important Thing That Happened to Humanity

In the halls of the Mexican parliament, a former sports journalist presented something that can only be described as "out of this world."
For the first time in the history of Mexico
The 'non-human entity' looks like this

In the halls of the Mexican parliament, a former sports journalist presented something that can only be described as "out of this world."

For the first time in the history of Mexico's congress, a session was dedicated to discussing unidentified anomalous phenomena. Among other things, the members of parliament listened to a presentation by UFO researcher Jaime Maussan. He displayed two objects and declared that they were the bodies of non-human entities, approximately a thousand years old. These figurines had three fingers on each hand and resembled the typical humanoid extraterrestrials often depicted in pop culture.

During the session, Maussan announced that these "remains" were discovered in 2017 near the Nazca Lines, an ancient geoglyph site in southern Peru. The researcher claimed that the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) had examined these alleged bodies. According to Maussan, the scientific analysis he presented to the parliamentarians proved that the bodies were indeed around a thousand years old and not connected to any known Earthly species. He boldly proclaimed, "This is the most important thing that happened to humanity," and even suggested that one of the creatures he examined was female, citing the presence of "eggs" in its body.

Joining Maussan at the presentation was Rear Admiral Jose de Jesus Rios Zalazar, the director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican Navy. He endorsed Maussan's version of events, stating that the findings underwent X-rays, 3D reconstructions, and DNA analysis. Journalist Jois Mantilla also vouched for Maussan's claims, asserting that he was part of the team that recovered the specimens alongside Zalazar in 2017.

Prior to his foray into UFO research, Jaime Maussan had been a sports journalist. He later switched gears and became a UFO investigator. According to Juilet Fierro, a researcher at UNAM's Institute of Astronomy, Maussan tried to convince her that he could communicate with extraterrestrials while she couldn't. This led her to express skepticism about his claims. Additionally, Fierro mentioned that Maussan once claimed to have communicated with the Virgin Mary.

It comes as no surprise that Maussan's presentation failed to impress serious scientists. UNAM, where he supposedly sent the samples for analysis, responded by saying that they had conducted carbon dating on the specimens but did not draw any conclusions regarding their origin. They merely determined their age.

As for the DNA tests and radiocarbon dating results presented by Maussan, they were sent to an undisclosed Mexican scientist by Reuters. The scientist concluded that the data indicated "normal life on Earth." Other researchers have speculated that the figurines could be constructed from human mummy parts rather than being of extraterrestrial origin. The San Diego Tribune reported that some DNA tests did indeed indicate the presence of human material in the figurines, while others did not.

Pilot Ryan Graves, who testified before the U.S. Congress in July regarding Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) and also provided testimony to the Mexican parliament on September 12, described Maussan's presentation as "a huge step backward" and expressed deep disappointment in what he viewed as a baseless spectacle.

Renowned Peruvian bioanthropologist Elsa Tomasto-Cagigao also expressed her disappointment that such theories continue to garner attention, especially considering the history of similar findings turning out to be hoaxes.

7 September 2023, 12:04 | Views: 223

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