Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Mexico: 'Alien bodies' put through X-ray machines and CT scans

The Telegraph Channel on Youtube has the story.

Mexican doctors have carried out several laboratory studies on the remains of alleged non-human beings, which were presented in recent days to Mexico's congress.

According to Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, director of the Health Sciences Research Institute of the Secretary of the Navy, the studies showed that the alleged bodies belonged to a single skeleton and were not assembled.

Zalce Benitez also said that the laboratory tests have shown that "there is no evidence of any assembly or manipulation of the skulls."

Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan recently showed two tiny mummified bodies he said were "non-human" beings to congress, sparking a controversy between the scientific community and the Peruvian government, who claim that the remains are pre-Hispanic objects.


  1. Mexican doctors conducted laboratory studies on alleged non-human remains presented to the congress. According to Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, the studies confirmed the authenticity of the single skeleton, showing no signs of assembly or manipulation. The discovery has sparked a controversy between the scientific community and the Peruvian government, who view the remains as pre-Hispanic objects.

    1. Somehow I doubt that they are really aliens. Maybe they are some kind of extinct animal that looks humanoid. Maybe they are a freak mutation or disease. Only in the country of Mexico they are saying these thing (what are they high on Mexican drugs, shrooms or something).

      More news from November 7, 2023:

      A screen displays what Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan claims are extraterrestrial life forms at the Chamber of Deputies in Mexico City, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023. Mexican legislators held another hearing dedicated to the potential for extraterrestrial life forms and UFOs following a controversial spectacle in September in which Maussan displayed what he said were "non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial evolution." (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

      MEXICO CITY -- The lower chamber of Mexico’s congress once again turned to spectacle Tuesday, devoting hours of its time to a controversial character who pressed the case for "non-human beings" he said were found in Peru.