Peruvian mummies are non-human according to researchers

Peruvian mummies are non-human: Three-toed Peruvian mummies discovered that conspiracy theorists think maybe aliens are in fact authentic, Mexican researchers have announced.

However, at a Mexican congressional hearing earlier this week, they declined to comment on whether they were aliens.

It was the second hearing on the samples, following a previous hearing on September 13 in which Mexican UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan claimed the bodies were not from life on Earth.
On Tuesday, Moussan set out to prove the corpses were not fakes, bringing in an array of doctors who confirmed they were once living creatures.
He emphasized again that these bodies are extraterrestrial beings.

Peruvian mummies are non-human according to researchers

“None of the scientists are saying [the study results] prove they’re extraterrestrials, but I’m going further,” he said.

The participants described these small creatures as a “new type” of “non-human” that had no lungs or ribs.

Anthropologist Roger Zuniga of San Luis Gonzaga National University in Ica, Peru, added that researchers have encountered five similar specimens over four years.
“They are real,” he told Reuters.

“There has been absolutely no human intervention in the physical and biological formation of these creatures.”

The letter, signed by 11 researchers from different universities, said they all agreed the bodies were real, but refused to confirm they were “extraterrestrial”.
The bodies are believed to have been exhumed from a mine in Cuzco, Peru.

Remains of allegedly 'non-human' beings presented in Mexico
Remains of an allegedly ‘non-human’ being is seen on display during a briefing on unidentified flying objects, known as UFOs, at the San Lazaro legislative palace, in Mexico City, September 12. REUTERS/Henry Romero Acquire Licensing Rights

Maussan’s first presentation in September was criticized by a number of experts who said it was a stunt that had been dismissed by scientists years ago.

He said the “bodies” were more than 1,000 years old and were buried in 2017 between the cities of Palpa and Nazca in Peru.
“All ideas and all proposals are always welcome to discuss them, to hear them agree or disagree,” said politician Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, while Mexican representative Sergio Gutiérrez called for all information about the saucer to be made public. It became birds.

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