During a public congressional hearing in Mexico on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), commonly referred to as UFOs, Jamie Maussan, a journalist and researcher, showcased what he claimed to be the remains of “non-human” entities.
These remains, kept in two boxes, were said to be small extraterrestrial bodies discovered in Peru in 2017. According to carbon-14 dating conducted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, these remains are estimated to be 700 and 1,800 years old. Each figure possesses three fingers on each hand and has an elongated skull, bearing a resemblance to the famous Hollywood character, ET.
A video screenshot from Sept. 12, 2023, taken during a session in the Mexican Congress’ Chamber of Deputies, displays a small entity inside a box. Jamie Maussan described this figure as a “non-human” being that was unearthed in Peru nearly ten years ago. Congress of Mexico, Chamber of Deputies
Maussan addressed the lawmakers, stating, “This is the first time it (extraterrestrial life) is presented in such a form and 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.” He emphasized the significance of the subject, asserting it’s not merely a political issue but one of global importance. While Maussan believes DNA tests could confirm the extraterrestrial origin of these specimens, it remains uncertain if such tests have been conducted.
It’s worth noting that a previous assertion by Maussan regarding “non-human” remains from Peru was discredited. However, the specimens he introduced in Mexico City on Tuesday seemed distinct from the one he mentioned in 2015.
Another video screenshot from Sept. 12, 2023, during the same session, shows multiple entities inside boxes. Maussan identified these figures as “non-human” beings, also discovered in Peru about a decade ago. Congress of Mexico, Chamber of Deputies
The purpose of this hearing was to discuss the inclusion of UAP terminology in the Aerial Space Protection Law. If ratified, this law would position Mexico as the inaugural country to officially recognize the potential existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth, as reported by the Reuters news agency, referencing local sources.
Maussan, a frequent face in Mexican media discussing his UFO findings, was accompanied during this hearing in the Chamber of Deputies by a former U.S. Navy pilot. This pilot had recently presented a comparable argument to American officials in Washington.