The Mexican House of Representatives held a UFO hearing for over three hours on the 12th. During the hearing, Mexican journalist José Jaime Mausan, who has long believed in the existence of UFOs, showed the two “mummy bodies” to Mexican lawmakers. They are packed in wooden boxes respectively. They have small bodies, only 3 fingers on each hand, and flat faces.
Origins of the Mummy Corpses Maosang claimed that these two “mummy corpses” were discovered deep underground in the Nazca region of Peru in 2017. The origin of the local Nazca landscape remains a mystery. While most researchers believe the Nazca paintings were created by ancient natives, some associate them with aliens. Mao Sang said that these two “mummy corpses” are key evidence. “If DNA shows that they are not human and there are no such creatures in the world, we should accept (this fact).” He said that radiocarbon dating tests by the National Autonomous University of Mexico showed that the two “mummies” were about 1,000 years of history.
Scientific Examinations The National Autonomous University of Mexico is scheduled to re-release a related statement from 2017 on the 14th. The National Laboratory of Accelerated Mass Spectrometry conducted tests that year to determine the age of the samples. “We will never draw conclusions about the origin of the samples. “. Jose Dergez Salce Benitez, the main director of the Mexican Naval Institute of Health Sciences, also attended the hearing to testify on the 12th. He said that X-ray scans, 3D reconstruction and DNA analysis have been carried out on the two “mummy bodies”. “I can confirm that these remains have nothing to do with humans.”
Doubts Arise According to the Associated Press, Mausan also claimed to have discovered the remains of non-terrestrial creatures in Peru in 2017. According to a report from the Peruvian prosecutor’s office, the remains in question were dolls that had been recently made. They were covered with paper and synthetic glue to resemble human skin. The report said these “remains” are almost certainly man-made and not the so-called remains of ancient aliens. It is impossible to confirm if the remains displayed to the Mexican Congress are the same as the ones mentioned in the past, as they were not shown to the public then.
Congressional Stance Congressman Sercio Gutierrez Luna, from Mexico’s ruling National Renewal Movement Party, stated that Congress will not decide if the “mummy corpses” exhibited by Maosang are alien remains. Many scientists also question the authenticity of these two “alien remains.
Scientific Skepticism Julieta Fierro, a researcher at the Institute of Astronomy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, stated that there are several unexplained aspects regarding the two remains. She said scientists need more advanced technology, rather than X-ray scans, to determine whether a calcified “mummy” is “non-human. According to the cover story citing the New York Times, Mexican astrobiologist Antígona Segura also expressed doubts about Mausan’s arguments. She believed these conclusions were not supported by evidence and said, “This whole thing is very shameful. “.
U.S. Congress and Ryan Graves The U.S. Congress also held a hearing on unidentified aerial phenomena in July 2023. Former U.S. Navy pilot Ryan Graves and three other retired military personnel have stated that unidentified aerial phenomena have implications for national security. They are urging the government to be more transparent about these incidents. Transparent. Ryan Graves also attended the hearing held by the Mexican Congress. He said that his testimony was based on his personal experience and that he was very disappointed by the unproven stunt.
Expert Opinions Miguel Botelilla, a renowned paleo anthropologist and director of the Anthropology Laboratory at the University of Granada in Spain, disagrees with Mausan’s display of “non-human” creature remains and fossils at the Mexican Congress on the 12th. According to Changjiang Cloud News. It is evidence that aliens have visited our planet. The video of the fossil on Mexican television has become popular. Still, Botelilla thinks it’s best to ignore Mausan because it’s fake and unreliable.” I just took one quick look at them and knew they were neither humans nor aliens,” Botelilla said in a phone interview.” “I thought they were dolls, not remains.” A reporter from Changjiang Cloud News interviewed Xiao Long, director of the Institute of Planetary Science of China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). Director Xiao also believes that “many depictions of aliens in movies are still based on human appearances, and real aliens may not necessarily look like this.”
The Importance of Scientific Verification Director Xiao is still determining if the formation processes of aliens and life on Earth are similar or if they can survive in our atmosphere. Whether aliens really exist is an issue that humans have discussed for a long time. It should be demonstrated by authoritative scientific journals or academic organizations before being released to the public. Displaying alien corpses to politicians in the Mexican Congress will inevitably make people question its authenticity and scientific nature.
The discoverer’s past is revealed
According to Time Weekly, Mao Sang claims to have been a journalist for over 50 years and has always been an avid fan of chasing aliens. According to Forbes, in 2017, he posted a video on the streaming platform Gaia.com showing six three-fingered mummified corpses purported to be aliens. A video was posted on YouTube by the Gaia.com account. It caused a buzz on social media but was later revealed to show a mummy made from the remains of a human child. In 2019, he filmed a documentary called “Maosan’s UFO Files”, telling the story of his pursuit of “the most controversial UFO incident” in Mexican history.
Gaia.com and Its Controversy The channel Maussan runs on YouTube is called Maussan TV, which has nearly 1 million subscribers, and his job is to publish videos on Gaia.com. Gaia.com is a video website known as the “conspiracy theory base”. The website has a membership subscription system that charges a yearly fee of US$99 (around 720 yuan) per person. It offers videos about paranormal phenomena and supernatural subjects. The parent company behind the website, video platform Gaia Inc., is a listed company with a market value of $52 million. In many countries or regions, Gaia.com’s business is growing rapidly.
Financial Details Data shows that Gaia Inc.’s revenue in 2022 will increase by 3.0% year-on-year to US$82 million, with a gross profit margin as high as 86.7%. As of December 31, 2022, the number of subscribed members of the company’s video platform reached 759,000. Gaia Inc. has been spending more on advertising than its revenue all year, leading to a net loss of US$3.1 million in 2022.