Mexico’s Congress recently hosted an official event where two alleged “alien corpses” were unveiled in Mexico City. The event was organized by ufologist Jaime Maussan, who displayed the small mummified specimens. According to organizers, the specimens were a thousand years old and had been found in Cusco, Peru. Maussan claimed that scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico had studied the specimens and obtained DNA evidence through radiocarbon dating. He stated that these beings were not part of terrestrial evolution and had been found in diatom mines before being fossilized.
Jaime Maussan is a journalist, TV personality, and UFOlogist. He gained attention in 2017 for his involvement in the analysis of five mummies discovered in Nazca, Peru. The mummies were thought to be aliens due to their appearance, with crouched humanoid figures and three-fingered hands and feet. However, subsequent research debunked these theories and concluded that the mummified corpse was likely that of a child. Anthropologists explained that elongated skulls found in Peru are a result of ancient practices of artificial cranial deformation, not alien species.
UFOs have been a popular topic of discussion, even making an appearance during a recent GOP debate when Chris Christie was asked about his views on UFOs. Christie emphasized the importance of honesty from the president, whether it’s about UFOs or education.
In recent months, a whistleblower claimed that the U.S. government is concealing a program that retrieves and reverse engineers unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Retired Major David Grusch testified before Congress, stating that he was asked to identify classified programs related to UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomena). While many associate UFOs with aliens, concerns about national security have led Democrats and Republicans to push for more research into these sightings, as they could be related to potential threats from foreign adversaries.
Grusch revealed that he was aware of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program, but he was denied access to it. When asked about the government’s knowledge of extraterrestrial life, Grusch suggested that the U.S. has likely been aware of “non-human” activity since the 1930s.
Overall, the topic of UFOs continues to generate interest and debate, with various claims and debunkings being presented to the public.