It seems like E.T. never made it home, at least that’s according to Mexico’s Congress.
Jaime Moussan, a self-described “ufologist” presented two unidentified bodies to the congress. He said they were an estimated one thousand years old, and discovered in Peru in 2017. They look like pretty stereotypical aliens; small, wrinkled people with weirdly shaped heads and three fingers on each hand.
He didn’t exactly say they were aliens, though. Under oath, Moussan specifically said, “These are not mummies, these are complete bodies that have not been manipulated.” He claimed that they were non-human.
This guy has a history of presenting “alien” remains like this in the past, though, only for scientists to dismiss them as having been tampered with or as Peruvian mummies. So keep in mind that the source for these new alien claims might not be super reliable.
Also at the hearing was Ryan Graves, one of the three veterans who testified in July to the U.S. congress that UAP’s (unidentified anomalous phenomena) existed. However, the day after the hearing, Graves tweeted that he had accepted the invitation to the Mexican hearing because he wanted to keep up the momentum of people being more open to the ideas of UAPs, according to NPR.
“Unfortunately, yesterday’s demonstration was a huge step backwards for this issue,” he continued. “I am deeply disappointed by this unsubstantiated stunt.”
It seems like this particular alien probably isn’t real. We can’t know for sure, when or if these supposed remains are studied. Looking at the picture, it seems safe to say that most people think it looks fake. Even the man who claimed that aliens were real in front of America’s congress made it seem that he thought this was fake.
We’re probably not gonna get visitors from a galaxy far, far away anytime soon, but with people willing to hear from Moussan and Graves, Earth has made it clear we’re not ready to stop looking just yet.
By Inti Navia, Freshman, Columbia College Chicago
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