Journalist and UFO researcher Jaime Maussan revealed two fossilized bodies, purported to be “alien” beings aged around 1,000 years, in a special session at the Mexican Congress. The remains were allegedly discovered in a diatom moss mine in Cusco, Peru, and were noted to be enveloped in a layer of sand, indicative of their burial site. Maussan, who has a long history with claims regarding UFOs and extraterrestrial life, asserted that these beings were not a part of Earth’s evolutionary process.
This presentation, also attended by former US pilot Ryan Graves and Harvard University’s astrophysics professor Avi Loeb, opened a fresh chapter in the discussions surrounding the existence of extraterrestrial life. The bodies, standing at a height of about 15 centimeters and showcasing humanoid characteristics, are said to be well-preserved with minimal signs of decomposition.
Scientific Scrutiny and Future Investigations
Although Maussan claimed that the specimens were examined by scientists from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) using radiocarbon testing and DNA sampling techniques to ascertain their age, detailed findings have yet to be disclosed. This declaration has garnered mixed responses from the scientific community, with several expressing skepticism due to the lack of substantial evidence to corroborate the claims, while others see it as a potential avenue for further research. The current evidence remains inconclusive to firmly categorize the bodies as extraterrestrial, keeping the global conversation about the existence of alien life abuzz. As the world waits with bated breath, the unveiling has certainly fueled a renewed fervor to explore the mysteries of the cosmos.