During the first-ever UFO hearing at the Mexican Congress on Tuesday, unusual 1,000-year-old “non-human alien corpses” were showcased inside glass display cabinets, Fox News reported. This event has generated considerable excitement among UFO enthusiasts.
1,000 year-old ‘alien corpses’ showcased in glass cases during Mexican Congress UFO hearing
During the unveiling, two small mummified creatures with three fingers on each hand were revealed. Jaime Maussan, a Mexican ufologist and journalist, mentioned that scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico had conducted a Carbon 14 analysis on these 1000-year-old bodies.
He also asserted that these alleged alien corpses were discovered in a fossilized state within mines located in Cusco, Peru, Sky News reported. They were found within a layer of diatomaceous earth, which is composed of ancient phytoplankton algae.
“They are non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial evolution,” Maussan testified under oath.
According to the journalist, Mexican scientists conducted tests that revealed over 30% of the specimens’ DNA remained unidentified. In one of the specimens, they purportedly found what seemed to be eggs or ovaries. And in another, there were implants made of unusual metals like Osmium.
Experts and witnesses address UFO concerns at Mexican Congress hearing
During the congressional hearing, Ryan Graves, the founder of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former F-18 pilot with more than ten years of service in the U.S. Navy, was also in attendance. Graves, along with two other American veterans who had become UFO whistleblowers, previously testified before a U.S. House Oversight subcommittee in July. They raised concerns about UFOs potentially posing national security risks.
“It is arrogant to think that we are alone in the universe, probably the existence of these beings predates the human presence on Earth,” Harvard University astrophysicist Avi Loeb said. Loeb was also present in the hearing through video conference, according to local newspaper El País.
During the hearing, Enrique Kolbeck Vergara, a pilot and Mexican air traffic controller with an impressive 48 years of experience, gave his testimony. According to El País, he claimed that in July 1994, an Aeroméxico aircraft that had taken off from Guadalajara was supposedly intercepted by an unidentified flying object while flying over Mexico City. This incident led to a series of distress calls from the control tower over a span of 30 minutes, expressing concerns that this phenomenon might lead to the plane crashing into the ground on Insurgentes Avenue.
Back in 2015, Maussan claimed that a mummified body was discovered near Nazca in Peru, and was ultimately proven to be that of a human child.