“Real” extraterrestrial bodies in Mexico: Controversial discovery that has gone viral

Editorial Depor MX 13.9.2023. 12:43. m.

In an event that has caused shock and debate around the world, Mexico’s Congress has opened its doors to an exhibit that challenges conventional human history. This exhibit contained a collection of fossils that supposedly did not belong to any known human species. The fossilized bodies, presented in glass cases by journalist and UFO scientist Jaime Maussan, were said to be a thousand years old.

“These specimens are not part of the evolution of our world. They don’t come from a UFO dump. They were found fossilized in a diatom mine,” Maussan said under oath.

Maussen explained at a special session of the Mexican Congress that the samples analyzed by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and that the scientists who obtained the DNA samples used radiocarbon tests to determine their age. However, despite careful examination, it was concluded that the fossils were covered by a layer of sand.

MEXICAN GOVERNMENT CONFIRMED UFO AND ALIENS! ALIEN BODIES! Source: ChaosMoogle (YouTube)#Aliens #Mexico pic.twitter.com/cO41yLe77w

— Captain Bacteria (@CaptainBacteria) September 13, 2023

We are not alone in the vast universewe have to accept this reality,” said Maussan, who defended the public’s right to learn about nonhuman beings and technologies.

This is not the first time that a ufologist has presented alleged evidence of extraterrestrial life. In 2017 his analysis of a mummy found in Peru near the Nazca lines reported that it was the body of an alien with three fingers, but the theory was later denied and it was discovered that the body was that of a child, according to metro.co.uk.

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Maussen was in the company of a former American driver Ryan Graves and Avi Loeb, professor of astrophysics at Harvard University. Graves also gave evidence at a July hearing in the US Congress.

The theories surrounding the exhibition are varied and often controversial. Some visitors to the exhibition firmly believe in the possibility that these fossils are evidence of extraterrestrial intervention on Earth in the past, while others are more skeptical and they believe that it is an ancient human species that has not yet been discovered.

Viral alien exposure

The fact that an exhibit in the Mexican Congress contained fossils challenging human history went viral within hours. Social media was flooded with comments, discussions and memes about this mysterious discovery. Thousands of people shared photos and news related to the exhibition, and hashtags related to the topic trended on platforms such as Twitter and Instagram.

Aliens brought to Congress by Jaime Maussan: Don’t mess with traffic. pic.twitter.com/zpRisKRdIl

— @LuisValLe (@LuisValLe_A) September 13, 2023

Gina Montes and Jaime Maussan in the national news today. Very intense, very intense. pic.twitter.com/xF0E1illus

— Raquel Torres P (@Rql_Torres) September 13, 2023

Jaime Maussan presents Kemonit’s cousins ​​https://t.co/9G2OYIM8za pic.twitter.com/d25WUUyXgE

— rudo (@r_u_d_o) September 13, 2023

Controversy and interest surrounding supposedly extraterrestrial fossils attracted the attention of domestic and foreign media, which further contributed to its virality. This viral phenomenon reflects society’s deep fascination with the unknown and the possibility of life beyond our planet.

Watch the viral video here

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Source: newstars.edu.vn

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