No Hiding It Now: Alien Mummies, 1,000 Years Old, Unveiled in Mexico’s Congress

One of the mummified specimens displayed to Mexico’s Congress this week. CÁMARA DE DIPUTADOS

A pair of mummified, non-human bodies, estimated to be over 1,000 years old, were presented at Mexico’s Congress by ufologist Jaime Maussan. The bodies were found in Cusco, Peru, and were carbon-dated by the National Autonomous University of Mexico. These smaller beings with distinct facial features were showcased in glass containers.

During the presentation, Ryan Graves, Executive Director of Americans for Safe Aerospace, attended. He was one of three American veterans who testified at a U.S. congressional hearing on July 26, investigating Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) instead of UFOs. Retired Major David Grusch, during the hearing, revealed that he was aware of a long-standing UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering initiative, inaccessible to him. He suggested the U.S. has known about “non-human” activities for around 90 years, dating back to the 1930s, and mentioned colleagues who suffered UAP-related injuries and encounters involving “non-human biological specimens.”

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