1,000-year-old alien corpses with three fingers shown at Mexican Parliament
Members of the Mexican Parliament were shown the bodies of non-human aliens, said to be more than a thousand years old, each hand containing only three fingers.
Two small bodies of the alleged creatures, recovered from the city of Cusco in Peru, were displayed inside open boxes during a session of the Mexican Parliament on Wednesday in Mexico City.
Journalist Jaime Maussan, who specialises in space news, testified “under an oath and pledge of truth” that the mummified specimens are not part of ancient human beings, noting that a third of the DNA of the two bodies is unknown, according to the Independent newspaper.
During the parliamentary hearing attended by American officials and members of the Mexican government, Maussan reviewed several video clips about unidentified flying objects and unknown cosmic phenomena, before touching on the bodies of alleged aliens.
The Mexican journalist said, “The organisms are not part of our evolution on Earth, and they have not been found after the wreckage of a UFO.”
“They found inside a mine.”
Jaime Maussan confirmed that the alien bodies were examined by scientists from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, who were able to extract DNA evidence, using radiocarbon dating.
X-ray images of the samples were also shown during the hearing, where experts testified under oath that one of the bodies had eggs inside, and both contained implants made of very rare metals, such as osmium.
Ryan Graves, executive director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former US Navy pilot, was keen to attend the Mexican parliament session, after telling the US Congress earlier this year about the threat posed by unidentified aerial phenomena to US national security.
It is noteworthy that Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan was linked to the case of the discovery of 5 alien mummies in Peru in 2017, before it was later discovered that they were human children.