The existence of aliens, which is frequently the subject of conjecture and science fiction, is nevertheless a fascinating subject of discussion. But can the enigmatic findings made public during a recent court in Mexico provide a definitive response to the long-standing query? There’s no denying that the fascinating creatures have captivated the interest and stoked the imagination of people worldwide.
Two unidentified beings were discovered in Peru in 2017.
In reality, the enigmatic bones that were shown before a formal tribunal in Mexico were found many years ago. 2017 saw the discovery of exceptionally well-preserved mummies buried far beneath the sandy Nazca coastal desert in Peru. The area is well-known for its enigmatic enormous earth figures, which are typically credited to native American tribes. However, some believe they could be the creation of extraterrestrials.
A few years later, Mexico hosted its first hearing over the alleged “alien bodies.”
During a congressional session on aliens, Mexican legislators were recently provided with astounding evidence, six years after the unusual finding in Peru. The testimony pointed to the possibility of extraterrestrial life, and Mexican writer and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan showed them two objects he claimed to be the bones of non-human animals. On September 12, a momentous occasion occurred that marked Mexico’s first formal discussion on the subject of aliens.
Maussan claimed that these specimens showed no ties to the planet. Two tiny “bodies” with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand were enclosed for exhibition. He claimed that they were around a millennium old, based on a carbon dating analysis that the National Autonomous University of Mexico had carried out.
Despite the interesting appearance of the results, several scientists remain skeptical about their alien origins.
Julieta Fierro, a researcher from the National Autonomous University of Mexico’s Institute of Astronomy, explained that their university had not endorsed the alleged discovery, in contrary to Jaime Maussan’s claims. She stressed that in order to determine whether the calcified bodies in issue could indeed be classified as “non-human,” scientists would need to use more sophisticated technology than X-rays.
Similarly, Jordan Brimm, a professor from Chicago, questions whether the findings are real. It turns out that the self-described ufologist Maussan has made unfounded assertions in the past regarding the existence of aliens.
It remains to be seen whether the mummies are in fact aliens, but one thing is certain: there are still many unanswered questions about our planet. A few months earlier, many people were similarly perplexed by another unexpected occurrence in the sky.