Fossilized "Alien" Bodies Presented in Mexican Congress Raise Controversy

2 min read Sep 14

In a highly unusual session of the Mexican Congress, the fossilized bodies of two alleged "alien" beings were displayed before politicians, sparking significant controversy. The presentation, led by journalist and UFO scientist Jaime Maussan, featured the well-preserved bodies encased in glass and claimed that they are approximately 1,000 years old. According to Maussan, these specimens, unlike any known to Earth, were found fossilized in a diatom moss mine in Cusco, Peru.

Maussan, testifying under oath, emphasized that these bodies are not part of Earth's evolutionary history and were not salvaged from a UFO crash site, as some might speculate. Instead, they were allegedly discovered in their fossilized state.

To support his claims, Maussan stated that the specimens underwent analysis by scientists at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Furthermore, radiocarbon testing was performed to determine their approximate age. However, it was noted that the fossils were covered with a layer of sand, which has raised questions about their authenticity.

This extraordinary session in the Mexican Congress followed a similar one held in front of the US Congress a few weeks earlier. Still, the content and claims made during this event were far more sensational in nature.

Accompanying Maussan during the session were former US pilot Ryan Graves and Avi Loeb, a Harvard University astrophysics professor. Graves had previously presented evidence related to unidentified aerial phenomena at the US Congressional hearing held in July.

While there is a growing acknowledgment within scientific and political circles that unusual and unidentified phenomena exist, significant disagreements persist regarding their origin and nature. Jaime Maussan's testimony, made under oath, has yet to be substantiated, and he has been associated with past claims and discoveries that have ultimately been debunked. The session has fueled discussions about the existence of extraterrestrial life and the need for transparency in exploring such phenomena.