In recent days, the bodies of two alleged non-human, alien beings were presented to Congress in Mexico. On September 18 in Mexico City, doctors conducted various laboratory studies on the remains of these presumed non-human beings.
Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, director of the Health Sciences Research Institute of the Navy Secretariat, said studies have shown that the alleged bodies belong to a single skeleton and were not assembled. Zalce Benitez said laboratory tests showed there was no evidence of any assembly or manipulation of the skulls.
Friday, September 15, was Mexican journalist and UFO expert Jaime Maussan's presentation of two tiny mummified bodies that he claimed were non-human beings. A dispute ensued between scientists and the Peruvian government, which claims the remains are pre-Hispanic.
Deep in the mines of the city of Cusco, Peru, the story of these incredible and mysterious non-human forms has emerged. They were shown to the world live and experts claim they are 1,000 years old while real experts are completely skeptical.
These figures were subjected to detailed examinations by José de Jesús Salce Benítez, a naval forensic doctor, who used techniques such as computed tomography and x-rays. Surprisingly, the bodies appear to have a single skeleton and have been described as complete organic beings.
But the most bizarre part of the story is that, according to Benítez, there could be eggs inside one of these bodies, suggesting that the alien was alive and pregnant. As always, when it comes to such bold claims, the scientific community remains rightly skeptical.
Julieta Fierro, a researcher at the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, even pointed out that claims that the university supported the findings are completely false. In a world hungry for evidence of extraterrestrial life, especially after the latest US claims, these alien mummies could seem like a revolutionary discovery. Skeptics have every reason to doubt.