In a recent development that has captured the attention of UFO enthusiasts and skeptics alike, doctors in Mexico City conducted extensive laboratory studies on two alleged “non-human” alien corpses, which were unveiled to the public last week by journalist Jaime Maussan. These mysterious bodies, characterized by their diminutive stature, chalky complexion, three-fingered hands, and shrunken heads, have sparked intense speculation about their origin and authenticity.
The laboratory tests, led by forensic doctor Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez at the Noor Clinic, aimed to shed light on the nature of these enigmatic remains. Dr. Benitez’s conclusion, presented to the public, suggests that the so-called bodies belong to a single skeleton and have not been assembled. Furthermore, he stated that the laboratory examinations revealed no evidence of assembly or manipulation of the skulls.
Carbon dating tests conducted by researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico suggested that the specimens date back approximately 1,000 years. Mr. Maussan, who presented the bodies, argued that they do not belong to any known species on Earth and emphasized that these findings challenge the conventional understanding of human evolution.
Speaking under oath at the San Lazaro legislative palace, Mr. Maussan contended that “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.” He also expressed a desire for scientific institutions to investigate further, keeping all possibilities open.
However, these claims have not been universally accepted. Multiple UFO and forensics experts have criticized the findings, labeling them as “unsubstantiated” and potentially a “hoax.” Skeptics argue that the “bodies” might simply be ancient remains of mummified humans.
Among the critics is physicist and presenter Professor Brian Cox, who highlighted the human-like appearance of the specimens. He questioned their authenticity, stating that “It’s very unlikely that an intelligent species that evolved on another planet would look like us” and called for independent verification by biotechnology company 23andme.
As the debate surrounding these mysterious “alien bodies” rages on, the quest for answers continues, leaving the world captivated by the possibility of extraterrestrial life while grappling with skepticism about their authenticity.
Sources By Agencies