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Mexican Congress reveals ‘alien corpses’

08:39 AM September 14, 2023

A UFO expert revealed alleged “alien corpses” during a special Mexican Congress session. Journalist and UFO expert Jaime Maussan displayed the remains in glass cases. More importantly, he claims, “These specimens are not part of the evolution of our world.” In other words, these corpses may have come from outer space.

Whether or not you believe in extraterrestrial life, seeing a national government broadcast supposed alien remains live worldwide is still astounding. We must give this issue a chance by examining the facts from multiple sources. At the very least, this discussion could be entertaining. After all, what if these prove aliens exist?

This article will elaborate on the Mexican Congress’ unique revelation. Then, I will discuss the other country that’s also serious about the existence of interstellar visitors: the United States.


What happened in the Mexican Congress?

Well-known UFO journalist Jaime Maussan presented allegedly “non-human” beings to the Mexican government during its first public congressional hearing on aliens. CBS News says he had two boxes containing “small, stuffed bodies of extraterrestrials.”


Maussan claims he recovered them in Peru in 2017. NDTV translated his statement, claiming, “These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution.”

“These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom [algae] mines and were later fossilized,” he added. Then, he shared several videos of alleged “UFOs and unidentified anomalous phenomena.”


The UFO researcher said the National Autonomous University of Mexico performed carbon-14 dating on the remains. This educational institution determined the remains to be roughly 700 to 1,800 years old.

More importantly, Maussan told the Mexican Congress he performed tests on these corpses to compare their DNA with known species. He discovered over 30% of the DNA samples were “unknown.”

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The researcher shared X-rays of the remains, which showed “eggs” and rare metal implants inside one of the bodies. However, their bodies had three fingers in each hand and elongated heads resembling movie aliens like the one from ET.

Nevertheless, Maussen told the lawmakers, “This is the first time it (extraterrestrial life) is presented in such a form, and I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world.”

NDTV shared his other statement. “The public has a right to know about non-human technology and non-human entities. We are talking about a topic that unites humanity, not separates us. We are not alone in the vast universe, so we should embrace this reality.”

How did the US Congress discuss aliens?

US Congress Alien Discussion

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The United States discussed alien life seriously before this recent Mexican Congress briefing. On July 26, 2023, former US intelligence officer David Grusch told a congressional committee that the US government has unidentified anomalous phenomena and nonhuman operators.

Newsinfo Inquirer explained the US government prefers using the term “UAP” instead of “UFO.” Grusch stated, “I was informed, in the course of my official duties, of a multidecade UAP crash retrieval and reverse-engineering program.”

“I made the decision, based on the data I collected, to report this information to my superiors and multiple inspectors general, and in effect, becoming a whistleblower,” he added.

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Lawmakers asked Grusch for more details, but the former US official said he couldn’t due to classified information. Yet, he claims he “interviewed people with direct knowledge of nonhuman craft.”

“My testimony is based on information I’ve been given by individuals with a longstanding track record of legitimacy and service to this country — many of whom also shared compelling evidence in the form of photography, official documentation, and classified oral testimony,” Grusch declared.

The government says the number of UFO sightings by officials increased since 2021. It acknowledges the possibility of space aliens but believes UAPs could be experimental military tech from other countries.


The Mexican Congress held a special session to discuss purported alien corpses. Whether these are real remains of life outside our planet remains to be proven.

This topic has excited many worldwide, but we must keep calm and inquire further. After all, The Independent says Jamie Maussan claimed other “alien” discoveries that were later debunked.

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