Unearthly Discovery: Mexican Authorities Reveal Two Enigmatic Beings at Public Hearing
The existence of aliens, often the stuff of science fiction and speculation, continues to be a topic of intrigue and debate. But could mysterious discoveries presented at a recent hearing in Mexico finally answer the age-old question? One thing is clear, the intriguing beings have managed to capture the attention and fuel the imagination of people from all over the world.
In 2017, 2 unindentified beings were found in Peru.
The mysterious remains presented at an official hearing in Mexico were actually discovered years ago. In 2017, well-preserved mummies were found buried deep beneath the sandy Peruvian coastal desert of Nazca. The place has been known for its mysterious giant earth figures that are usually attributed to indigenous communities. But some people think they might be the work of extraterrestrial beings.
Years later, Mexico held its first ever hearing about the suspected “alien bodies.”
Recently, 6 years after the unusual discovery in Peru, Mexican legislators were presented with extraordinary evidence during a congressional hearing on aliens. The testimony suggested the existence of extraterrestrial life, and they were shown two artifacts by Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan, which he claimed were the remains of non-human beings. This historic event took place on September 12, marking Mexico’s first official engagement with the topic of aliens.
According to Maussan, these specimens exhibited no earthly connections. Encased for display were two minuscule “bodies” characterized by three fingers on each hand and elongated heads. He asserted that they dated back approximately 1,000 years, with their age determined through a carbon dating analysis conducted by Mexico’s National Autonomous University.
While the findings look intriguing, some scientists are not convinced they’re actually aliens.
In contrast to Jaime Maussan’s assertions, Julieta Fierro, a researcher at the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, clarified that their university had not endorsed the purported discovery. She emphasized that scientists would require more advanced technology than X-rays to ascertain whether the calcified bodies in question could truly be considered “non-human.”
In the same way, a professor from Chicago, Jordan Brimm is doubtful that the discoveries are actually genuine. It turns out Maussan, the self-proclaimed ufologist, has previously made claims about the existence of aliens that turned out to be false.
Whether the mummies are actually aliens or not is still uncertain, but one thing is clear: our world is still full of mysteries. Only a few months ago, another surprising phenomenon on the sky also left many people baffled.