The corridors of Mexico’s San Lazaro legislative palace echoed with the phrase “we are not alone,” on Tuesday, as Mexican lawmakers were confronted with alleged extraterrestrial remains during the country’s inaugural congressional hearing on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), commonly known as UFOs. Renowned Mexican journalist and UFO aficionado, Jaime Maussan, showcased two specimens he asserted were extraterrestrial corpses.
Presented in protective casings, these diminutive beings, each adorned with tri-fingered hands and pronounced craniums, were reportedly discovered near Peru’s enigmatic Nazca Lines in 2017. Carbon dating procedures conducted by Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM) approximated their age at a staggering 1,000 years. Maussan passionately conveyed the uniqueness of his revelation. “These non-human specimens are unlike any species known to our world, and I invite any scientific institution to delve deeper,” he urged. Echoing sentiments of universal companionship, Maussan emphasized, “We are not alone.”
In support, Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Scientific Institute for Health of the Mexican navy, attested that after rigorous X-rays, 3-D reconstruction, and DNA testing, “These bodies bear no resemblance to humans.” However, UNAM cautioned restraint, reaffirming a 2017 statement highlighting their sole involvement in aging the specimens, not deducing their origins. Offering a broader perspective, former U.S. Navy pilot, Ryan Graves, shared insights from U.S. Congressional hearings on UAP, stressing the ongoing stigma tied to reporting such incidents.
Congressman Sergio Gutierrez of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s dominant Morena party expressed hopes for continued discussions on this enigma within Mexico, musing, “This opens doors to reflections, concerns, and continued dialogues.” Parallel to Mexico’s efforts, the U.S. government has displayed a renewed interest in UAP. With the Pentagon delving into military pilot accounts and NASA’s groundbreaking panel probing UFOs, the space agency is primed to reveal their study’s insights this Thursday.