Mexican ufologist & journalist Jaime Maussan claimed to have retrieved “non-human” alien corpses from Cusco – Peru that are mummified and over 1,000 years old. While testifying under oath in Mexican Congress, Jaime claimed that the corpses are not part of the earth’s terrestrial evolution. The pair was displayed to US officials, Mexican politicians, scientists and researchers.
Jaime said that scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico studied the alleged non-human bodies and concluded that around 30 per cent of the DNA was unknown. During the hearing, he also showed X-rays of the specimens and briefed that there were ‘eggs’ inside one of the bodies. Maussan, who made similar announcements in 2017, also claimed that both bodies have implants made with rare metals, like Osmium.
His statement in the Mexican Congress was:
“The specimen does not belong to our terrestrial evolution. They were found in diatom (algae) mines and were later fossilised. These aren’t the ones found after the UFO wreckage.”
However, a researcher from the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Julieta Fierro, expressed scepticism on claims by Jaime Maussan. She stated that many details made no sense. She added that claims by Jamie of her university endorsing the supposed discovery were false.
According to Julieta, scientists would need more advanced technology to determine the calcified bodies than the X-rays. Maussan made similar claims in 2017 when Mexico’s office of prosecutor found that the bodies were manufactured dolls covered with paper & synthetic glue to simulate the skin. A report by the office of the prosecutor stated that
the figures were not the remains of ancestral aliens and were human-made. At that time the bodies were not publicly unveiled.