The so-called “non-human being” remains were presented to Mexico’s congress last week, but Mexican doctors have discovered “no evidence of any assembly or manipulation of the skulls” of the objects, ostensibly proving they were not created by humans.
On Monday, the researchers performed several tests on the two samples at the Noor Clinic while livestreaming the entire process on Jaime Maussan’s YouTube channel.
The director of the Health Sciences Research Institute in the office of the secretary of the Mexican navy, José Zalce Benitez, concluded that the studies showed the alleged aliens belonged to a single skeleton and were not put together with human objects.
In addition, he claimed that his team discovered one that “was alive, was intact, was biological, and was in gestation,” pointing to large lumps inside the alleged ET’s abdomen that he speculated might be eggs.
He had previously stated, “I can affirm that these bodies have no relation to human beings.”
The pair — which were allegedly unearthed in Cusco, Peru, in 2017 — have elongated heads with three fingers on each hand.
However, they have two arms and two legs each, and otherwise they resemble humans in shape.
Maussan claimed they possessed strong, light bones, no teeth, and implants made of the rare elements cadmium and osmium.
He testified that the creatures are not related to “our terrestrial evolution” and that almost one-third of their DNA is “unknown.”
Massaun informed officials from the Mexican and US governments, “These specimens are not a part of our evolutionary history of Earth.”
They are not beings that have been found after a UFO crash. Instead, they were discovered in diatom (algae) mines and later turned into fossils.
“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,” Maussan, a lifelong UFO enthusiast, said in his conclusion.
But many people have expressed doubt about the finding.
Academics, archaeologists, and scientists have long maintained that mummified remains that UFO enthusiasts mistake for aliens are typically just altered human bodies.
Others, particularly the smaller ones, like those displayed in Mexico, are constructed using a combination of human and animal bones.
Brian Cox, a professor of physics, is one of the doubters and has advocated sending a sample to the biologic technology company 23andMe for independent confirmation that the specimens are aliens, according to Sky News.
He asserted last week that it is extremely unlikely that an intelligent species that evolved on another planet would resemble us.
Nonetheless, Mexican lawmakers said last week that Maussan’s presentation left them with “thoughts” and “concerns” as they consider passing the Aerial Space Protection Law, which would make Mexico the first country in the world to recognize the presence of aliens on the planet.