In the ongoing saga surrounding the alleged discovery of extraterrestrial remains in Mexico last week, a recent development has seen one of the mysterious bodies undergo extensive examination via X-ray and CT scan in an effort to gain a deeper understanding of their nature. These enigmatic specimens, which were presented to the Mexican Congress by journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan during a hearing last Tuesday evening, caused quite a sensation, garnering worldwide attention and spawning a flurry of humorous memes on social media. Predictably, skeptical scientists have largely dismissed the purported non-human entities, calling for further testing to substantiate the extraordinary claims.
In response to these critics, Maussan took to YouTube on Monday evening to conduct what can only be described as an “alien autopsy” on one of the specimens, affectionately dubbed ‘Clara.’ This examination was carried out with the assistance of Dr. Jose Zalce Benitez, the director of the Health Sciences Research Institute of the Secretary of the Navy, who lent his expertise to the endeavor. Perhaps the most intriguing revelation from this examination is that the scans seemingly indicate that these remains were not assembled haphazardly, akin to the notorious Fiji mermaid hoax.
Dr. Benitez explained, “It could not have been the result of attaching the skull of another species to this body, as there would be visible signs of manipulation such as engravings, fractures, and unions, which are conspicuously absent.” This assessment was corroborated when examining the body’s abdomen, which likewise displayed no indications of tampering. Dr. Benitez noted, “Once again, we are presented with a body that, if it had been altered after death, would exhibit alterations discernible in these studies. Since none of these postmortem characteristics were found, we are concluding that this organism was indeed alive, intact, biological, and in a state of gestation.”
However, the scans fell short of confirming the theory that the intriguing objects within the being’s abdomen are eggs of some kind. Additionally, a closer examination of the metallic object in the being’s chest yielded no apparent explanation for its presence, as it does not appear to be responsible for holding the remains together. Dr. Benitez commented, “This metal may serve a specific purpose in that area, but it cannot be said to be responsible for connecting the entire body.” These findings emboldened Maussan to rebuff his critics and confidently declare Clara as a “complete organic being.” Nevertheless, the true nature of this entity remains shrouded in mystery, and skeptical scientists will likely maintain their reservations until independent studies on the specimens can be conducted.