In a groundbreaking event, Mexican lawmakers convened a congressional hearing focusing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), commonly referred to as UFOs. This extraordinary session included the presentation of what were claimed to be the remains of non-human beings, sparking intrigue and debate about the existence of extraterrestrial life.
During the hearing held under the acronym FANI (Fenómenos Anómalos No Identificados), journalist and longtime UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan showcased two artifacts that he asserted were the bodies of extraterrestrial entities. These diminutive “bodies,” preserved in display cases, exhibited three fingers on each hand and elongated heads. According to Maussan, they were discovered near Peru’s ancient Nazca Lines in 2017 and were estimated to be approximately 1,000 years old, as determined through carbon dating conducted by Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM).
While Maussan declared that this marked the first-ever presentation of such evidence, skepticism looms as similar discoveries in the past have turned out to be mummified remains of human children.
“I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world, and that all possibilities are open for any scientific institution to investigate it,” Maussan emphasized, reinforcing the notion that “we are not alone.”
Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy, reported that thorough examinations, including X-rays, 3-D reconstructions, and DNA analysis, were conducted on the alleged extraterrestrial remains. He confidently stated, “I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings.”
However, UNAM issued a statement, reiterating that their 2017 analysis aimed solely at determining the age of the samples and refrained from drawing conclusions regarding their origin.
In addition to Maussan’s presentation, the hearing featured testimony from former U.S. Navy pilot Ryan Graves, who shared his personal experiences with UAP during U.S. Congressional hearings. He also discussed the stigma surrounding reporting such sightings.
Congressman Sergio Gutierrez, representing President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s Morena party, expressed his hope that this event would pave the way for future discussions on the subject. He said, “We are left with reflections, with concerns, and with the path to continue talking about this.”
While the U.S. government has recently embraced transparency regarding UAP, actively investigating sightings by military personnel, the global interest in UFO phenomena continues to grow. NASA, too, is set to discuss findings from its study on UFOs, marking a significant shift in the agency’s approach.
Nevertheless, Jaime Maussan’s presentation faced criticism and skepticism from some quarters. Skeptics questioned the authenticity of the evidence and raised concerns about the timing of the disclosure. This controversy highlights the ongoing challenge of addressing UFO phenomena and the delicate balance between scientific inquiry and public perception.
Sources By Agencies