Researcher Presents Alleged Alien Remains During Government Hearing

( – Jaime Maussan is a 70-year-old Mexican journalist who studied at Miami University in Ohio and at the National Autonomous University of Mexico to perfect his craft. He’s worked for several news outlets in Mexico over the years, and his interest in extraterrestrial life is well-known. Maussan has been on a long mission to uncover the truth about UFOs. Amongst all the chatter lately about alien life and crafts from other worlds, the journalist presented something very interesting to the world — alien bodies.

On September 12, Maussan showed the remains of two “non-human” beings to Mexican lawmakers that look an awful lot like E.T. in the 80s film “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.” The beings had elongated necks and three fingers on each hand. The journalist claimed carbon dating placed the figures between 700 and 1,800 years old. Maussan said DNA tests would prove these beings are not from Earth.

Many doubt the validity of his claims — and for good reason. In 2015, the self-proclaimed ufologist came to a similar conclusion about a mummy with three fingers found in Nazca, Peru. He reportedly said the body was alien, but it was later found the mummy was actually a human child. The two bodies brought into the hearing were also discovered in Peru. They were allegedly found in diatom mines. Maussan swore under oath that the beings were not part of “our terrestrial evolution,” and nearly a third of the DNA is unidentifiable.

However, the hearing in Mexico wasn’t to determine the identities of the beings presented at the meeting but to define the language regarding unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs) — previously UFOs. If the language changed in the Aerial Space Protection Law, Mexico would be the first country to formally acknowledge the existence of alien life on Earth. Mexican politicians reportedly aim to change the stigma surrounding the search for UAPs.

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