It's arrogant of us to assume that we're all alone in this vast universe or that we haven't been contacted or visited by aliens yet. That's also the argument ufologist and journalist Jaime Maussan used ahead of the presentation he put together for the Congress live hearing, whose goal was to prove beyond a doubt that aliens have walked among us for centuries.
He did so by bringing forth a pair of tiny bodies that he claimed were of 1,000-year-old aliens, recovered from the mines along the Nazca Lines in Peru, both of them recovered in 2017. While the U.S. government is still struggling to understand – and explain – the wave of UAPs (unidentified aerial phenomena) reported by the military, here is Mexico bringing a pair of tiny aliens into the spotlight.
According to the ufologist and his team, samples from the bodies had been analyzed by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and scientists from other organizations, confirming that the DNA was non-human.
Further studies also revealed that the bodies were intact, down to the internal organs and the eggs. The tiny aliens presented a large and elongated head, with a small and frail body and three digits on each member. The resemblance with ET is uncanny, and we guarantee you're not the only one to think that.
The manner in which these studies were conducted without even removing the dust on top of the bodies was not disclosed.
"We are not alone in the vast universe, we need to accept this reality," Maussan argued in front of the Congress during the public session. His team claimed that even though the public wasn't aware of it, at least 20 bodies of similar appearance had been discovered "informally" over the years.
For the record, UAPs are the "new" UFOs but aren't necessarily connected to the existence of alien life, let alone double as evidence in this sense. U.S. pilots have been reporting strange sightings and encounters for years, but it's just recently that the public was made aware of them.
Graves' presence at the hearing was meant to further his efforts to highlight aerospace safety and national security, just like his July testimony did.
Before you bring out the white flags and your Sunday alien-welcoming clothes, and we call off all initiatives for space exploration, we should mention that Maussan has a dubious reputation even in his home country. He's made similar claims in the past, most notably in 2015, when he claimed a small mummified body was alien, only to have the story debunked by DNA analysis: the alien was a child. He's also been associated with Gaia, a subscription-based website often accused of making alien stories up.
So there you have it: the latest public hearing before the Mexican Congress, which was a live event, included a presentation of alien life and the surprise of a pair of tiny alien bodies. This could be whatever proof was still needed that we're not alone in this universe and validation for those who reported UFO sightings and were ridiculed for it. Or it could be just another TV stunt of the kind we've seen before.
You decide which it is.