Konstantin Kryvopust: the government of Peru initiated a criminal case against the researcher of “alien bodies” in Mexico


In South America, the crazy story continues to develop with the “bodies of extraterrestrials” presented about a week ago at a special session of the Mexican Congress by journalist and UFO scientist Jaime Maussan. Reuters received exclusive access to the facilities, and an international scandal is brewing between Peru and Mexico.

Reuters was granted close-up footage of two glass cases inside Maussan’s office, where two tiny mummified “bodies” with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand lie.

Objects were discovered in Peru near the ancient Nazca Lines in 2017, he said, and he can prove they do not belong to any biological terrestrial species. At a congressional hearing, he shared the results of research that he believed proved the bodies were about 1,000 years old and of extraterrestrial origin. He also reported that one of the “female aliens” had eggs inside.

Elsa Tomasto-Cajigao, a prominent Peruvian bioanthropologist, said she was disappointed that such “ducks” were still being debated. She called the objects a “gross fake”. Previous similar finds were rejected by the scientific community, as they were “refined” child mummies of pre-colonial Indians.

Maussan shared with the public the results of DNA tests and radiocarbon dating of the objects. In turn, Julieta Fierro, a scientist from the University of Mexico, at the request of Reuters, analyzed these results and came to the conclusion that they indicate the usual earthly origin of the “bodies”.

She explained that the presence of carbon-14 in the studies of the samples carried out by the university proved that the samples were related to the brain and skin tissues of different mummies that died at different times. Part of the radioactive carbon-14 isotope absorbed by living organisms in their tissues eventually decays, which allows scientists to determine approximate dating. According to her, on other planets, the amount of carbon-14 in the atmosphere will not necessarily be the same as on Earth. Overall, the results “do not show anything mysterious that could indicate an extraterrestrial origin,” Fierro said.

After that, Maussan suddenly changed his version and said that these were the results of the analyzes not of these “bodies”, but of some third “body” that is currently in Peru. “They were found in the same place. They have the same appearance,” he said.

However, the alien sensation attracted the attention of not only journalists, but also the Peruvian Minister of Culture Leslie Urteaga, who asked a logical question: how did the samples, which were objects of the pre-Hispanic period, leave Peru and get to Mexico. She also added that a criminal case was initiated.

Maussan himself said he could not answer the question of how the bodies arrived in Mexico. According to him, they belong to a Mexican who lent them to a congressional hearing. He also added that when the time comes, he will reveal all the necessary information.

Share post:


More like this

Scholz responded to Spiegel’s accusations about the undermining of “Nordic Streams” by Zaluzhny

The German government called the information that the Ukrainian...

New Alzheimer’s drugs are emerging. Here’s what you need to know

Another new drug may temporarily halt the mental decline...

Israelis will receive visa privileges on some tourist destinations

An agreement will soon be signed that will allow...