In a fascinating session held at Mexico’s Congress, researchers made a significant declaration regarding a set of three-fingered Peruvian mummies, asserting their authenticity but refraining from certifying them as extraterrestrial remains.
The journey began on September 13 when Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan presented two mysterious specimens in a groundbreaking congressional event centered around UFOs, or “FANIs” in Spanish.
Maussan boldly stated that the bodies, supposedly discovered near Peru’s enigmatic Nazca lines, were unrelated to any life forms found on Earth.
In the latest congressional session, Maussan’s focus shifted towards establishing the credibility of the bodies, which were not on display this time.
He introduced a series of doctors who all concurred that the specimens were indeed those of genuine, once-living organisms. However, the question of their origin still lingers.
While none of the scientists explicitly claimed that the study results proved the mummies were extraterrestrial, Maussan suggested that they might indicate non-Earthly life forms.
Mexican Congress Explores Peruvian Mummies
Anthropologist Roger Zuniga of San Luis Gonzaga National University in Ica, Peru, revealed that researchers had examined five similar specimens over four years.
According to Zuniga, these specimens were unequivocally natural, and there was no human intervention in their physical and biological formation.
Nonetheless, the origin of these enigmatic beings remains a mystery. Zuniga presented a letter signed by 11 researchers from his university, affirming the authenticity of the mummies while explicitly refraining from suggesting they were “extraterrestrial.”
It is worth noting that Maussan’s initial presentation faced criticism from numerous experts who dismissed it as a stunt previously debunked by the scientific community. They cited studies on similar remains that concluded they were manipulated using animal and human bones. Zuniga, when questioned about these studies, asserted that the specimens he and other university researchers examined were indeed natural.
In an intriguing turn of events, Congressman Sergio Gutierrez from President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s ruling Morena party called for a reform of Mexico’s laws to make all information related to UFOs publicly accessible.
The session occasionally ventured into more unconventional territory, as Argentine surgeon Celestino Adolfo Piotto opined that, after reviewing test results and images of the mummies, they appeared to be an evolved version of contemporary human beings, describing them as “our descendants.”
Adding a touch of unexpected flair to the proceedings, Mexican rapper Claudio Yarto shared his encounters with UFOs. He concluded his speech with a poetic rhyme, eliciting applause from the captivated audience.
The mystery surrounding these three-fingered Peruvian mummies continues to intrigue. As the debate rages on, it leaves room for further exploration into the enigmatic world of extraterrestrial possibilities and our connection to it.