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First-ever hearing on the discovery of alleged alien remains takes place in Mexico

UFO researcher Jaime Maussan presents findings
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Olivia Papanicolaou

The first ever hearing discussing UFOs and non-human life occurred in Mexico’s Congress on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Jaime Maussan, a researcher specializing in findings related to UFOs, presented what he believes to be a discovery of alien remains.

In 2017, a small, fossilized corpse with hands containing only three fingers was discovered in algae mines in Peru. The remains were claimed to be over 1000 years old, with strong bones and no teeth. Maussan testified under oath saying that the species contained more than one-third of unfamiliar DNA that was different from that of any known species on earth. This statement was later confirmed by scientists. 

“I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings,” director of Health Sciences Research Institute José Zalce Benitez said.

Many scientists were skeptical of the discovery as some previous findings that were claimed to contain extraterrestrial life were later found to have been tampered with by humans. However, the recent findings by Maussan were found by scientists to be not distorted

Maussan believes that these specimens are clearly non-human and not related to any earthly life forms. In June, the Pentagon responded to the claims related to non-human entities saying that they were reliable and verifiable.

When X-rays were conducted on the specimens, two very rare metals, cadmium and osmium were found implanted in them. 

According to Daily Mail, “Osmium is one of the most scarce elements in Earth’s crust and considered the rarest precious metal,” leading scientists to conclude that the specimens were not of earthly descent. 

This hearing brought many unanswered questions for Mexican politicians as they considered passing the Aerial Space Protection Law. Passing this law would recognize the existence of aliens on Earth and set the precedent for such a law internationally.

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