In a historic hall where laws are often the focal point, Mexican lawmakers this week found themselves entering an extraterrestrial realm.
A presentation Tuesday in Mexico’s Congress sparked heated discussions in both legislative chambers and in the virtual hallways of social media. The burning question on everyone’s lips: Did they really get alien corpses?
In a controversial session, researchers from around the world gathered in Mexico City to present what could be crucial evidence of extraterrestrial existence. Journalist and José Jaime Mosan, a central figure in this unfolding drama, uncovered alleged mummies excavated from sandy terrain in Peru, which he and others believe are “non-human beings and not part of our earthly evolution.”
But don’t frown yet, it’s not Roswell Weekly. They also point out that their claim is backed by scientific research. According to Mosan, UNAM, the most prestigious university in Mexico, conducted carbon dating tests on the bodies and concluded that they were ancient creatures more than a thousand years old.
UNAM published a launch He confirmed on Wednesday that he had already analyzed and dated the tissue samples. The university said it was beyond its scope to analyze whether the bodies were from this planet or another.
“In May 2017, the LEMA (Laboratory of Carbon-14 Dating) conducted a carbon-14 dating study on a set of samples provided by the customer, which, according to the information provided, consisted of approximately 0.5 grams of skin and brain tissue. The results of this study were released,” the university researchers said. In June of the same year, it was delivered to the student user.
“The carbon-14 dating work conducted at LEMA has the sole purpose of determining the age of the sample brought by each user, and in no way can we draw conclusions about the origin of these samples,” they concluded.
UNAM representatives did not immediately respond to a request for additional comment. Decryption.
Also attending Tuesday’s hearing in Mexico City was Ryan Graves, CEO of Americans for Safe Aerospace, a former Navy pilot who also testified before the US Congress in July on related matters. If you’ve been following this, you know this audience well, as they are the ones who coined the phrase “Non-human biology“Spoken by retired Air Force Major David Grosch, who claims that the US government has recovered such materials from alleged UFO crash sites.
Graves, the Navy pilot, said in a Twitter message after Tuesday’s hearing that he accepted the Mexican Congress’ invitation in hopes of maintaining “the momentum of the government’s interest in pilots’ experiences with anomalous phenomena.” Days).” However, he does not believe in Musan alien corpse mummies.
“I will continue to raise awareness about unidentified anomalous phenomena as a pressing matter of aerospace, national security and science, but I am deeply disappointed by this baseless farce,” he said in a tweet.
And you have good reason to believe that this is all nonsense.
In 2017, a similar display of alien corpses took place in the Peruvian Congress, led by Jaime Mosan himself, who showed Peruvian lawmakers similar “alien mummies” and claimed they had been found on Peruvian soil. Mosan got his first 15 minutes of fame and his “Nazca Mummy” was splashed in the world press. But it was all false.
The Nazca Mummies of Mosan have been exposed as a hoax involving manipulated mummies and even desecrated human remains. how mentioned Latin American environment Hidden code At the time, experts confirmed that the supposed UFOs were nothing more than a mixture of dog skulls and human bones, looking like extraterrestrial beings.
Sorry, X-Files fans, this sounds more like fantasy than science.
However, we understand them. This has been an interesting year for those who… They want to believe. There has been more talk about aliens and UFOs by government officials than ever before. NASA today Announce the publication From a comprehensive report prepared by the Independent Unidentified Anomalies Study Team, which promises more information.
The independent study team consists of 16 “community experts,” and NASA says the report “will shed light on the nature and origin” of UAPs. We’ll see…although the alien mummies will be hard to beat.