In a real sci-fi spectacle, alien hunters returned to the Mexican Congress for a second hearing to again claim they have the bodies of real aliens, the Daily Mail reported.
This time, UFO enthusiast and journalist Jaime Maussan brought a whole group of doctors who all said they were the bodies of real, once-living organisms, some of whom said they had had the opportunity to study five similar specimens over four years.
New photos and X-rays were shown to Congress on Tuesday, and investigators claim the images prove they are indeed aliens. Maussan’s experts also stated that their DNA is hybrid, suggesting that the creatures are descendants of both aliens and humans.
“We have a hybrid being, and we also have other beings who are clearly more advanced than us. This is something truly extraordinary,” Maussan said.
Although Maussan and his team declared the mummified bodies, named Clara and Mauricio, “real,” other experts did not say anything about their origin and did not imply that the bodies were “alien.” At the hearing on Tuesday, Maussan focused on proving that the bodies were not fake and submitted the opinion of the doctors he hired.
“None of the scientists say that the study results prove they are aliens, but I go further,” he said, suggesting that the bodies could indeed be evidence of non-terrestrial life forms.
Maussan brought a group of medical experts who brought a document signed by 11 researchers from the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in Ica, Peru, which claims the same. Anthropologist Roger Zuniga of the National University of San Luis Gonzaga in Ica Peru said on Tuesday: “There was no human intervention in the physical and biological formation of these beings.”
However, the letter clearly states that the team did not imply that the bodies were “alien,” but they did not provide an answer to the question of their origin.
Argentine surgeon Celestino Adolfo Piotto said he reviewed the results of the testing conducted on the bodies and gave the bizarre opinion that they are actually “evolved versions of today’s human beings,” and called them “our descendants.”
The most vivid moment of the hearing was when Mexican rapper Claudio Yarto said he had personally seen UFOs, after which he ended his speech with a few verses – to the general delight of the audience.
While Maussan persisted in his “evidence,” the presentation was criticized by many experts and declared a hoax, and it seems that this opinion is shared by scientists around the world.
They stated that they had seen similar studies about such remains that were later found to be made of animal and human bones.
When asked about these studies, Zuniga said that some specimens are likely to be fake – but he reiterated that he and other researchers at the university have studied similar specimens for which he concluded that they are real.