The UAP/UFO hearing held in Mexico City has resulted in rumors stemming from questionable claims made in Congress, but did the Mexican government confirm “aliens” are real after two “non-human corpses” were displayed on live television?
Mexican journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan reportedly spearheaded the much-discussed event during which the alleged “non-human” creatures were unveiled. On witnessing the skeletal remains of the unidentified beings, UFO enthusiasts assumed they belonged to an “alien“, but there’s more to it than meets the eye.
Did the Mexican government confirm ‘aliens’?
No, the Mexican government did not confirm that “aliens” are real and exist after the “non-human corpses” were displayed in Congress.
The UAP Hearing was conducted in the presence of the members of the government, Congress, former American pilot Ryan Graves, and other witnesses.
Jaime was under oath when he claimed that the mummified specimens were subject to studies at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) and the scientists allegedly drew DNA evidence using radiocarbon dating.
“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 said.
A detailed anatomy of the alleged non-human creatures was also displayed in front of the congress to prove their anatomical structure is different.
‘Non-human corpses’ were displayed in Congress
The “non-human” remains shown at the September 12 Hearing reportedly belong to alleged mummies found in Peru in 2017.
Discovered in a tomb in the city of Nazca, the skeletons appeared to belong to creatures that resembled humans in their physical appearance with two arms, two legs, a pair of eyes, and a head. Except, they were believed to have three fingers.
However, the Russian researchers behind the finding claimed the DNA found in the mummies could have belonged to a different race that dates back to the 5th century.
Professor Konstantin Korotkov from the Russian National Research University claimed, that the unidentified creatures “could have been representatives of a certain race which had possibly reached a stage of advancement much earlier than we did. Maybe thousands of years earlier.”
He further suggested the “figures could have been from an extra-terrestrial background”, a claim that drew him criticism from fellow researchers.
TikTok users baffled by ‘alien bodies’
There is no proof that the Peruvian mummies belong to “aliens” – the same theory has been refuted by the World Congress on Mummy Studies.
Yet, the unexpected showcase of the so-called “alien bodies” on live television has still gathered a lot of reaction as people are digging for answers.
One user wrote: “I’m telling you they gotta live in the ocean bruh. That’s the only explanation“
‘Those bodies need to travel the world to be studied, then I’ll believe it,” said another.
A third person said: “I can’t believe there’s actually aliens and people still do not believe them.”