Scientists have discovered “alien bodies” in Mexico that contain eggs, according to recent reports. The Mexican parliament displayed the bodies, and lab tests conducted later found one of them to be “alive, intact, biological, and in gestation”. This discovery has sparked a lot of interest and curiosity among UFO enthusiasts.
Claims of Alien Bodies Discovery
Jaime Maussan, a Mexican journalist and longtime UFO enthusiast, presented the bodies, claiming that they were “a clear demonstration” of “non-human” aliens. He also showed X-rays of the two alleged aliens, with experts testifying under oath that one of them is seen to have ‘eggs’ inside it.
The existence of extraterrestrial life has been questioned by the discovery. Researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico carried out carbon testing and found that the bodies had elongated heads and three fingers on each hand, and were about 1,000 years old. Maussan confirmed that the specimens were not related to any species on Earth.
“The impact of extraterrestrial life on our planet has also sparked discussions due to the discovery. The Mexican government released X-ray scans of the two bodies, displaying implants made of very rare metals like cadmium and osmium. Speculation has arisen that the aliens may have come to Earth to mine these metals.”
The potential dangers of extraterrestrial life have also sparked fears due to the discovery. Some experts have warned that if the aliens are hostile, they could pose a threat to our planet. Others have argued that the discovery could potentially lead to a new era of scientific discovery and exploration.
The discovery of “alien bodies” in Mexico has captured the imagination of people around the world. While many questions remain unanswered, the discovery has opened up new avenues for scientific research and exploration. It has also raised important questions about the nature of life in the universe and the potential impact of extraterrestrial life on our planet.
Peru Alien Bodies controversy
Maussan discussed two recent findings of bodies in Peru this week. He claimed that he discovered them in algae mines in Cusco back in 2017. He stated that these remains were not mummies and that no alterations had been made to them. Maussan also suggested that X-rays revealed that one of these beings had “eggs” inside. However, experts haven’t closely examined these remains, and they haven’t shared the data publicly.Despite this, pictures of these supposed aliens have become very popular on social media.
Some scientists, like Julieta Fierro from the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, believe it’s all a fabrication. Other experts argue that these aliens look too much like humans to be real.
This buzz around extraterrestrial beings reflects a growing interest in them, both among the public and governments. Shortly after Maussan’s testimony, NASA released a report on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) and announced the appointment of its first director for UAP research.
Earlier this year, a former Air Force intelligence officer named David Grusch testified in a U.S. congressional hearing, claiming that the U.S. government has non-human “biologics” from UAP crash sites. Other military veterans also spoke about their encounters with UAP while in the armed services. Ryan Graves, one of them, testified in front of the Mexican Congress this week but later criticized the event, calling it an unsupported stunt.
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