UFO expert speaks out on ‘alien’ bodies in Mexico after exposing DNA results
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A UFO expert has spoken out about those supposed ‘alien’ bodies unveiled in Mexico, saying he's spotted a 'contradiction' that people should be wary of.
The 'non-human' bodies were presented last week during a congressional hearing in Mexico City by journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan, who claimed they had been analysed by the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) and that an age was established by extracting DNA and using radiocarbon dating.
Speaking under oath at the San Lazaro Legislative Congress, Mr Maussan said: “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution… These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom [algae] mines, and were later fossilised.”
The two mummified corpses were displayed in windowed boxes, having previously been retrieved from Cusco in Peru.
The event was also attended by Mexican scientists and the likes of Ryan Graces, former US Navy Pilot and Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace, with Professor Abraham Avi Loeb, director of the Harvard Astronomy Department and author of the Oumuamua theory, joining the discussion via video link.
Now ufologist Jeremy Corbell, who hosts the Weaponized podcast, has had his say on the matter, admitting the whole thing would be ‘mind-blowing’ if true.
However, even he remains sceptical, saying on X: “UFOs are real, and some appear to be operated by (or contain) biological ‘pilots’. And it's well documented and currently reported - that our government likely has acquired some of those badboys and put em' on ice!
“However the purported ‘Alien Mummies of Peru’? Have you read the DNA results (as a minimum)?
“Seeing as how the science tells a story vastly different from the reporting of the science - this contradiction offers a glimpse into ONE of the reasons I suspect you should be suspicious (to say the least).
“Many years ago, a company attempted to rope me in to ‘investigating’ (really promoting) this whole thing for TV - you could imagine what I told them at the time.”
He added: “For the record - I would LOVE to be wrong about this... that would be exceptionally mind-blowing!!!”
In the accompanying clip from the podcast, Corbell described the bodies as 'fake little alien bodies'.
"The problem is [...] it was so proposterous to begin with - just if you look at the basic information," he added.
"So unfortunately, theatrically, they open these things and they show these, what I imagine are probably cakes."