In a staggering event that captured the world’s attention, Mexico’s Congress became the setting for a controversial revelation—two alleged “non-human” corpses, displayed for all to see, with claims that they’re around 1,000 years old. Orchestrated by Jaime Maussan, a high-profile Mexican journalist and ufologist, the spectacle provoked a whirlwind of emotions, from awe to skepticism, within and beyond the UFO community.
The Enigmatic Figure Behind the Revelation
Maussan is no stranger to the limelight. Known for his explorations into the unknown, he has previously stirred public curiosity and debate by delving into the unidentified and the unexplained. Critics argue that his enthusiasm sometimes outpaces scientific rigor, but there’s no denying that when Maussan speaks, people listen.
The Origin Story: A Discovery in Cusco, Peru
The alleged alien specimens were unearthed in Cusco, Peru—a region with a rich history of mysterious phenomena. Nestled among the Andean mountains, Cusco was once the capital of the Incan Empire, which had its own plethora of legends surrounding celestial gods and otherworldly beings.
Image: Jaime Maussan.
Interestingly, Peru has been a hotbed for UFO sightings, with claims dating back decades. Locals and visitors alike have reported unexplained aerial phenomena, making the country a natural focal point for ufologists.
The Event: A Collision of Worlds
The showcase in Mexico’s Congress was not an isolated affair. It was a joint endeavor, co-hosted by scientists and attended by Ryan Graves, the Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace and a former U.S. Navy pilot. The specimens were presented in windowed boxes, and Maussan spoke under oath, a gesture meant to underscore the seriousness of the revelations.
The Scientific Angle: Skepticism Meets Possibility
Maussan stated that the specimens were studied at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM), where DNA evidence was allegedly obtained through radiocarbon dating. “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution,” he proclaimed. While this is a striking statement, science demands rigorous testing and peer review, a process that has yet to be publicly verified in this case.
The Ethical Quandary: Questions Unanswered
Displaying any form of remains, human…