In Mexico, In a historic session that served as the Latin American nation’s first congressional event on UFOs, two objects were shown that a journalist named Jaime Maussan claimed were the remains of beings from outer space and possibility of extraterrestrial life
These objects were very small and had three fingers on each hand and elongated heads. Maussan said they were found in Peru near ancient markings called the Nazca Lines in 2017 and estimated to be around 1,000 years old. He claimed that Mexico’s National Autonomous University had confirmed their age using a carbon dating process. According to Maussan, the specimens were unrelated to any Earthly life.
However, it’s important to be cautious about these claims because Jaime Maussan has made similar claims in the past that were later proven false. For instance, he once claimed to have found “alien” discoveries that turned out to be mummified human children.
During the hearing, X-rays of these objects were shown, and experts said one of them appeared to contain “eggs,” and both had implants made of very rare metals. Also, when compared with other DNA samples, more than 30% of the DNA from these objects remains a mystery.
Maussan said this was the first time such evidence had been presented and suggested that these objects were not related to any known species on Earth. He stated, “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,” and added “We are not alone.”
“I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings,” he said.
UNAM on Thursday republished a statement first issued in 2017, saying the work by its National Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry with Accelerators (LEMA) was only intended to determine the age of the samples.
A director from the Mexican navy’s Scientific Institute for Health, Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, affirmed that these objects had no relation to human beings based on X-rays, 3-D reconstruction, and DNA analysis. However, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) later clarified that their work in 2017 was only meant to determine the age of the samples and did not make any conclusions about their origin.
Lawmakers also heard from a former U.S. Navy pilot, Ryan Graves, who has discussed his experiences with UFOs. The U.S. government has recently become more open about investigating UFO sightings by military personnel, and NASA has established a panel to study UFOs.
Jaime Maussan faced criticism from skeptics who questioned the authenticity of his presentation, suggesting that it might harm efforts to take UFO-related issues seriously. Some wondered why this information was shared before scientific studies could confirm its validity.