The mummies of alleged non-human creatures recovered in Peru were presented to Mexican lawmakers during an unofficial Congressional hearing regarding the existence of UFOs that saw presentations from numerous experts from around the world on the topic; meanwhile, medical professionals in Mexico are carrying out their own examination of the strange bodies, of which appear to be the preserved remains of authentic creatures and not modern fabrications , according to a high-ranking medical official within the country. However, Peruvian officials have raised the question of how the mummies were removed from the country in the first place, and have launched an investigation into whether or not their relocation to Mexico was done illegally.
On September 12 a hearing regarding the existence of UFOs was held before the General Congress of the United Mexican States; although the hearing was similar to the hearing held before the United States House Committee on Oversight and Accountability on July 26, “Fenómenos Aéreos Anómalos No Identificados en México” (Unidentified Anomalous Aerial Phenomena in Mexico) is an unofficial hearing, as opposed to the official status of the hearings held in the U.S.
The hearing also included the presentation of the mummified remains of two diminutive creatures that were recovered in Peru’s Cusco Region in 2017, presented by Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan, who has been promoting the awareness of these unusual mummies since their discovery. Although it has not been determined whether or not these creatures originated on Earth, it is clear that, provided they are real, are not human.
“These specimen are not part of our terrestrial evolution,” according to Maussan. “These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines, and were later fossilized.”
The creatures stand roughly two feet tall and have disproportionately large heads, large eye sockets, and three fingers and toes on each hand. One individual also has a brassiere-like metal object implanted in its chest, along with what appear to be unhatched eggs in its lower abdomen.
Following an examination of the bodies, the director of the Health Sciences Research Institute of the Secretary of the Mexican Navy, Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, stated that instead of being cobbled together from parts of different animals, as some critics of the artifacts claim, the bodies of the creatures “belonged to a single skeleton and were not assembled with human objects.”
According to Benitez, at least one of the individuals “was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation,” referring to the aforementioned egg-like objects. He earlier stated that “these bodies have no relation to human beings”.
But the Peruvian government has launched an investigation into how these mummies were removed from Peru—an act that would typically be illegal—with Culture Minister Leslie Urteaga saying they were looking into how these “pre-Hispanic” bodies exited the country, and that a criminal complaint has been filed against Maussan himself.
Although he has not offered an explanation as to how he came into possession of the strange bodies, Maussan refutes the charges, saying that he’s “not worried. I have done absolutely nothing illegal,” and that he would reveal the answers “at an appropriate time.”
The official stream of the hearing can be viewed on the Canal del Congreso México, and Cristina Gomez is hosting a version with English subtitles on her Youtube channel. You can also hear a discussion on the legitimacy of the Nazca mummies between Whitley and guest William Galison on a special edition of Dreamland—prepare to have your mind blown!
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