Mexican government unveils two 'alien bodies' during public hearing
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Right, so the Mexican government has displayed two alleged 'alien bodies' during a public hearing in congress.
Yes, you read that correctly.
It all began in 2017, when the two unidentifiable bodies were recovered in Cusco, Peru.
One of them was 700 years old, and another was 1,800 years old - with only three fingers on each hand.
Journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan was present in congress and testified under oath that the bodies are not part of 'our terrestrial evolution'.
He 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 fossilized.”
Maussan said that scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) were able to collect DNA evidence via radiocarbon dating.
Over 30 percent of their DNA was said to be 'unknown'.
This comes after lawmakers in US Congress heard first-hand accounts of unidentified flying object (UFO) sightings from former members of the military, in a hearing to explore what the US Government knows about the existence of UFOs.
Retired Major David Grusch told Congress in July that the US government is concealing a long-standing programme that retrieves and reverse-engineers UFOs and that the US likely has been aware of 'non-human' activity since the 1930s.
The Pentagon has denied Mr Grusch’s claims of a cover-up.
When asked: “Do you believe that our government is in possession of UAPs?” the retired major was adamant in his response.
He said: “Absolutely, based on interviewing over 40 witnesses over four years … I know the exact locations.”
Grusch claims that the UAP task force director asked him to identify 'all special access programmes and controlled access programmes we needed to satisfy our congressionally mandated mission'.
“As I've stated publicly already in my NewsNation interview, biologics came with some of these recoveries,” he said.
In a statement, Defence Department spokeswoman Sue Gough said investigators have not discovered 'any verifiable information to substantiate claims that any programmes regarding the possession or reverse-engineering of extra-terrestrial materials have existed in the past or exist currently'.
"We have not seen anything, and we’re still very early on, that would lead us to believe that any of the objects that we have seen are of alien origin," said Ronald Moultrie, the undersecretary of defence for intelligence and security.
“Any unauthorised system in our airspace we deem as a threat to safety.”