Experts say scans showed the corpse was a ‘complete organic being’
The bodies of supposed aliens which went viral earlier this year have been found to contain as much as 30% of DNA from unknown species.
Investigators who presented what they claimed to be two “non-human” bodies to Mexican congress have said that one of the corpses was pregnant when it died and the baby was “alive” and “intact”.
Officials in Mexico presented two alleged “alien corpses” that they claimed to be 1,000 years old in front of Mexican Congress in what was described as a “watershed” moment.
Jaime Maussan, who has led investigations into alien phenomena for decades, stood with scientists, as the lids of coffin-like containers were opened to reveal the corpses recovered from a mine in Cusco, Peru.
And now, speaking in front of the congress earlier this week, the controversial figure claims to have had the corpses DNA tested with some strange results
He said the tests show that 30 per cent of the DNA is ‘not from any known species,’ with Mexican researchers appearing alongside him to confirm that the mummies were ‘real.’
He told the Mexican Congress: “This is the first time extraterrestrial life has been presented in this manner. We have a clear example of non-human specimens unrelated to any known species on our planet. The public has the right to know about non-human technology and beings. This reality unites humanity rather than dividing us. We are not alone in this vast universe; we should embrace this truth.”
“These specimens do not belong to our terrestrial evolution. They were not creatures discovered after a UFO crash. Instead, they were found in diatom mines and later transformed into fossilised mummies.”
Maussan’s team previously revealed the autopsy reports from the two specimens – which Maussan named Clara and Mauricio – and have claimed that a CT scan showed there could be “eggs” inside one of the bodies.
The scan was performed at the the Noor Clinic, in Huixquilucan, Mexico, by scientists in September, Infobae reports.
They declared that their studies indicate Clara “was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation”, arguing that large lumps in the body’s abdomen could be eggs.
The researchers said that although they were unable to determine whether it was an extraterrestrial life form or not from the scans, they showed it was a “complete organic being” and “not a body of different parts as some assumed.”
The corpses, reports said, had a genetic composition 30 per cent different to that of human beings, leading scientists to believe they are another species. They had three-fingered hands and feet, no teeth and stereoscopic vision.
Carbon dating by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) found the bodies were more than 1,000 years old.
Speaking under oath, alien investigator Maussan said “these specimen are not part of our terrestrial evolution […] These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage.”
He said the corpses were found fossilised and authorities don’t know “whether they are aliens or not”.
The claims that the bodies could be extra-terrestrial though have been widely debunked by many in the scientific community.