In an extraordinary session held at the Mexican Congress, allegations of the possibility of extraterrestrial existence intrigued politicians, sparking strong debates. The source of these shocking testimonies were not staunch Hollywood sci-fi enthusiasts, but reputable researchers from Mexico, the United States, Japan, and Brazil who are earnest in their assertion that we may not be alone in the universe.
The said session, unparalleled in the country’s history, had its precedent two months prior in a US Congress meeting. Here, a former US Air Force intelligence officer alleged that the United States has likely known of unworldly activities since the 1930s.
In this unconventional scenario, journalist José Jaime Maussan introduced two mysterious mummies that had been unearthed in Peru — entities he and his research team believe are far-removed from our terrestrial evolution. The sight of the mummified, desiccated bodies with their misshapen heads caused astonishment among the assembly and ignited fervor on social media platforms.
Maussan defended his outlandish claim, stating, “If the DNA is showing us that they are non-human beings and that there is nothing that looks like this in the world, we should take it as such.” However, he advised caution when labeling these beings as aliens.
Dated back to 2017, the dried-up bodies were found deep within the sandy coastal desert of Nazca in Peru, an area renowned for its gigantic, mystifying figures etched into the earth which can only be appreciated from a bird’s-eye view. Contrary to early speculations linking them to infamous ship crashes, Maussan explained that these beings were buried in diatom mines, which desiccates the bodies and prevents bacterial or fungal growth, ensuring remarkable preservation.
Adding to the intrigue, legislators were shown X-ray images of the bodies, said to reveal implants made up of unfamiliar metals. It was also mentioned one had eggs within its stomach. According to Maussan, DNA tests performed on the bodies by scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico indicated that nearly one-third of the genetic material was of unknown origin.
Nevertheless, Maussan’s credibility has been questioned in the past following his claim about five “alien” bodies found in Peru in 2017 that were later proven to be manipulated human remains.
Despite the seemingly far-fetched allegations, Congressman Sergio Gutiérrez Luna of the Morena party emphasized the importance of embracing diverse opinions and transparency in discussions around the issue of extraterrestrials. He asserted that belief or skepticism regarding these theories is an individual decision and that the testimonies were given under oath, asserting their sincerity.
Meanwhile in the US, ex-major David Grusch recently alleged that the US is hiding a program dedicated to retrieving and reverse-engineering unidentified flying objects, an allegation the Pentagon has firmly denied. The official term for these occurrences has been switched from UFOs to “unidentified aerial phenomena” by US government, a subject that is receiving increasing attention as a potential national security issue due to concerns that observed encounters could be tied to US adversaries.