This UFO Researcher Presented “Evidence” Of Aliens To Mexico’s Congress But People Aren’t Convinced

“Anyone else disappointed the aliens revealed in Mexico looks exactly like Hollywood predicted aliens would look like? Not suspicious at all.”

This UFO Researcher Presented “Evidence” Of Aliens To Mexico’s Congress But People Aren’t Convinced

For the first time, Mexico’s congress held a hearing about aliens and UFOs but not everyone was convinced by the evidence provided.

Congress heard from Mexican journalist and UFO researcher, Jaime Maussan, who presented two alleged mummified aliens on Tuesday Sep. 12.

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Images of the specimens show they have tiny, white, hairless child-like bodies and three fingers on each hand.

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“I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world and that all possibilities are open for any scientific institution… to investigate it,” Maussan said, adding, “We are not alone.”

Maussan said the specimens, recovered from an ancient site in Peru in 2017, are 1,000 years old, based on carbon testing at the Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM).

However, the university said it had only done carbon testing with samples provided by a client and had not examined the specimens, according to a statement published two days later.

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Furthermore, a professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (NAUM) argued that since aliens have a different chemistry from humans, carbon testing would not necessarily produce useful results.

In 2020, the Peruvian news channel,, did a study on the specimen and revealed that it had been made with a combination of human and animal bones, vegetable fibers and synthetic glue, raising further questions.

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Also, the head was later found to be a degenerating llama braincase in 2021.

“These conclusions are simply not backed up by evidence. The whole thing is very shameful,” a leading Mexican astrobiologist, Antígona Segura, said.

Maussan is known for speculating about aliens and dabbling in pseudoscience on TV and on YouTube and selling his own line of supplements, according to the New York Times.

On social media, people have noted how the specimens closely match how Hollywood has portrayed aliens in its films.

Maussan was invited by lawmaker Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, who is “interested in hearing different perspectives on a topic of wide interest.”

“Learning about subjects, whatever they may be, is done by finding contrasting opinions,” Luna said.

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