The fossilized bodies, displayed in a display case by journalist and UFO researcher Jaime Maussan, were “a thousand years old.” At a special meeting of the Mexican Congress, the bodies of two alleged “alien” creatures were displayed. The fossilized bodies, displayed in the window by journalist and UFO expert Jaime Maussan, are believed to be a thousand years old. Speaking under oath, Maussan said: “These specimens are not part of the evolution of our world. They were not recovered from the UFO wreckage. They were found fossilized in a diatom mine,” he said.
NASA presented a report on “unidentified anomalous phenomena.” Although the Mexican congressional meeting took place several weeks after the US meeting, its content was much more sensational. “Aliens” at the Mexican Congress in Mexico According to Maussan, the samples were analyzed at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and scientists were able to obtain DNA samples that used identification methods radiocarbon dating to determine their age. However, despite extensive research, the fossil is still covered by a layer of sand. “We are not alone in the vast universe, we must accept this reality,” Maussen said, arguing that society has the right to learn more about non-human beings and technology.
Maussan was accompanied by former US pilot Ryan Graves and Avi Loeb, a professor of astrophysics at Harvard University. Graves also gave evidence at a US Congressional hearing in July. Today, science and policy circles generally accept that there are anomalous phenomena that cannot be identified, but there remain deep disagreements about their origin.