In a highly unusual session of the Mexican Congress held on Wednesday, journalist and self-proclaimed UFO scientist, Jaime Maussan, unveiled what he claimed to be the fossilized bodies of two alleged “alien” beings. The specimens, purportedly 1,000 years old and retrieved from Cusco, Peru, were displayed in glass cases for politicians and the public to witness.
During his testimony under oath, Maussan asserted that these bodies were not a part of Earth’s evolutionary history and were not salvaged from a UFO wreckage. He insisted that they were discovered in a fossilized state in a diatom moss mine.
This session in the Mexican Congress followed a similar one in the United States Congress several weeks prior, but it was marked by its sensational content. Maussan made a bold statement, saying, “We are not alone in the vast universe, we need to accept this reality,” emphasizing the public’s right to knowledge regarding non-human entities and advanced technologies.
Accompanying Maussan were former US pilot Ryan Graves and Avi Loeb, a Harvard University professor of astrophysics. Graves had previously presented evidence during a hearing in the US Congress in July.
It is important to note that while there is increasing recognition in scientific and political circles of unexplained phenomena, there remain substantial disagreements about their origins and nature.
While Jaime Maussan testified under oath, it is crucial to underscore that his claims lack scientific substantiation and have been associated with previous discoveries that were later debunked. One such prominent case involved a 2017 hoax related to the purported discovery of fossilized remains in Nazca, Peru.
In that instance, Maussan had claimed that the body, featuring an elongated skull, was an alien mummy. However, subsequent investigations revealed that the Nazca mummy was, in fact, a human child whose head had been artificially elongated through an ancient practice involving cloth, rope, or boards. This revelation was confirmed by fact-checking website Snopes.com.