Two alleged alien beings, preserved as fossils, made a sensational appearance before politicians in a first public congressional hearing on the topic of UFO’s.
The bodies, presented by journalist and UFO scientist, Jaime Maussan, were unearthed from the enigmatic terrain of Cusco, Peru, and are believed to be over 1,000 years old.
Maussan, standing under oath, passionately declared, “These specimens are unlike anything in our evolutionary history. They did not emerge from a UFO crash site; rather, they were discovered in a fossilized state within a diatom moss mine.”
This extraordinary event in the Mexican Congress follows closely on the heels of a similar event before the U.S. Congress just weeks earlier. Yet, the Mexican presentation promised even more intrigue and mystery.
According to Maussan, these captivating specimens underwent extensive analysis, with the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) lending their expertise. To determine their age, scientists utilised radiocarbon testing. However, a perplexing layer of sand veiled the fossils, further shrouding their origin.
In Maussan’s compelling testimony, he urged the world to acknowledge that we may not be alone in the vast expanse of the universe. He argued passionately that the public deserves to be privy to information about non-human beings and their advanced technologies.
Supporting Maussan’s claims, former U.S. pilot Ryan Graves and Avi Loeb, a distinguished professor of astrophysics at Harvard University, lent their voices to this announcement. Graves had previously presented evidence at a U.S. Congressional hearing in July.
It is worth noting that, in scientific and political circles, the notion of unexplained phenomena beyond our understanding is gaining recognition. Yet, the origin of such phenomena remains a topic of intense debate and speculation.
While Maussan’s testimony was delivered under oath, it is worth mentioning that his claims have yet to be substantiated. Maussan has been associated with previous discoveries that ultimately failed to withstand rigorous scrutiny and were subsequently debunked.
As this captivating story unfolds, these alleged alien beings will cause debate of believers and skeptics alike.
This coming Thursday, 14th September, NASA will host a media briefing at 10 a.m. EDT at the agency’s headquarters in Washington to discuss the findings from an unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) independent study team it commissioned in 2022. With this news from Mexico, it will be interesting to see what NASA have to say.
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