Mark the date: September 12, 2023, is a monumental day in scientific breakthrough. An official event at the Mexico Congress unveiled two corpses allegedly deduced to be extraterrestrial. The UAP hearing in Mexico is not the first one this year.
US Congress held its first UAP hearing in July, with the core agenda that the government was concealing the UFO evidence. But this time around, the event in Mexico City encouraged the discovery.
Jamie Maussan, a Mexican urologist and journalist, was the presenter, and the event was co-hosted by other scientists.
The occasion was graced by controversial names in the field of science, including Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and former US Navy pilot Ryan Graves, who was also present at the US Congress for UAP hearing where he made claims that he saw UAP off the Atlantic coast “every day for at least a couple years.”
During the hearing, Graves described the sightings as– “dark grey or black cubes inside of clear sphere.”
“The apex or tips of the cube were touching the inside of the sphere.”
During the public hearing, Maussan revealed two “non-human” corpses that he claims to be aliens. Fossil experts and scientists cited the mummified specimens to deduce whether they could be deemed extraterrestrial. After showing the corpses, several videos were shown that displayed ‘UFO and Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena.’ Under oath, Maussan admitted that the specimens were not a part of terrestrial evolution. The Mexican government has not yet confirmed that these fossilized specimens are categorized as “aliens.”
Let us decode whether these claims hold any ground.
Did the Mexican Government Confirm Aliens?
Jamie Maussan presented his case based on scientific analysis, assuring that the scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico studied the UFO specimen. These are the following deductions–
- Radiocarbon dating was implemented on the DNA evidence that revealed that 30% of the specimen’s DNA was foreign or “unknown.”
- His next exhibit was the X-rays of the specimens, claiming that they contained “eggs” inside. Maussan also said that both corpses have implants made of metal. The experts chimed in, stating that the metal was a rare kind, like Osmium.
However, when Maussan was under oath, he gave the following statement–
“These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution…These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines and were later fossilized.”
Note: The specimens were found in Cusco, Peru, and are believed to be 1,000 years old.
However, The Mexican government has not yet confirmed these claims.
Credibility of Jamie Maussan in Question
In 2017, Maussan made a similar claim. However, they were all immediately debunked and deemed “fake.”
Researchers studied those specimens and found that they were human children. This might flip the judgment, considering the credibility of the source.
What is your take on the unveiling? Do you think these claims can be proved? Or is this some kind of diversion?
Let us know in the comments section below.