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Mexican government released 'X-ray scans' of two 'alien bodies' it has in its possession

Rhiannon Ingle

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Mexican government released 'X-ray scans' of two 'alien bodies' it has in its possession

X-ray scans of the two 'alien bodies' that were displayed during a public hearing in congress this week have been released by the Mexican government.

The bodies, which have been referred to as 'non-humans', were presented at Mexico’s first public congressional hearing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAPs) - also known as UFOs - on Tuesday.

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'X-ray scans' of the corpses - which are believed to be 700 and 1,800 years old after being found in Cusco, Peru - have since been released to the public and it has definitely sparked some considerable buzz within the UFO conspiracy theorist community.

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The unidentified bodies also only had three fingers on each hand, elongated heads, lightweight bones and no teeth.

Journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan was present in congress during the bombshell reveal and announced on Facebook: "At this moment, the two bodies discovered in Peru are shown to the public that belong to tridactyl beings."

Tridactyl simply means having three toes or fingers.

Two 'non-human bodies' have been unveiled by the Mexican government. Credit: Canal del Congreso México
Two 'non-human bodies' have been unveiled by the Mexican government. Credit: Canal del Congreso México
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The bodies exhibited a somewhat humanoid shape with a retractable neck and distinctive facial features.

He also testified under oath that the bodies are not part of 'our terrestrial evolution'.

Maussan, who has been previously associated to a number of debunked alien claims, went on to explain: "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."

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Over 30 per cent of the specimens' DNA was said to be 'unknown'. Credit: Canal del Congreso México
Over 30 per cent of the specimens' DNA was said to be 'unknown'. Credit: Canal del Congreso México

During the public hearing, Maussan showed US officials and members of the Mexican government videos of 'UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena' before he unveiled the alleged alien corpses.

The journalist also said that scientists from the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) were able to collect DNA evidence via radiocarbon dating.

Over 30 per cent of their DNA was said to be 'unknown'.

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He later added: "Whether they are aliens or not, we don't know, but they were intelligent and they lived with us. They should rewrite history."

'X-ray scans' of the two alleged 'alien bodies' were presented to Mexican congress. Credit: Canal del Congreso México
'X-ray scans' of the two alleged 'alien bodies' were presented to Mexican congress. Credit: Canal del Congreso México

X-rays of the two alleged aliens were also shown, with experts testifying under oath that one of them is seen to have 'eggs' inside it.

Both specimens were also said to have implants made of very rare metals like cadmium and osmium.

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The presentation, unsurprisingly, attracted some pretty significant attention.

Several Mexican and American officials were in attendance including the likes of Ryan Graves, a now-retired director of the US Navy and former navy pilot.

Graves had previously given testimony on (UAP) sightings and government classification.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/@ANCalerts

Topics: Aliens, UFO, Weird, World News, Conspiracy Theory, Space

Rhiannon Ingle
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