A self-described UFO researcher said that two mummified bodies given to Mexican legislators this week were “a clear demonstration” of extraterrestrial life, in an odd and unprecedented turn of events. The bodies were put on exhibit in windowed boxes; they had lengthy heads and three-fingered hands that looked like common images of extraterrestrial creatures.

The unusual specimens were on display at a public congressional session on unidentified abnormal phenomena (UAPs) held in Mexico. The bodies, which are thought to be between 700 and 1,800 years old, had peculiar traits, according to ufologist Jaime Maussan. It was allegedly discovered through X-rays that one of the figures had enigmatic “eggs” inside of it.

According to Maussan, the tiny figures’ results of DNA testing indicated they were “not part of our terrestrial evolution.” He said that these creatures were found in diatom (algae) mines, where they calcified, rather than after a UFO accident.

“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,” Maussan said during the hearing. “This is the first time extraterrestrial life is presented in such a form.”

2017 saw the alleged discovery of the antiquated specimens in Cusco, Peru. According to Maussan, researchers at the Autonomous National University of Mexico have been studying these UFO specimens and were able to use radiocarbon dating to obtain DNA evidence from them.

These astounding results were shown with a number of movies depicting unexplained abnormal events including UFOs. Determining how to handle the phenomena within the parameters of the Aerial Space Protection Law was the hearing’s main goal. According to local media, if adopted, Mexico would become the first nation in the world to formally recognize the existence of aliens on Earth.

Ryan Graves, a former US Navy pilot and executive director of Americans for Safe Aerospace, stressed the significance of looking into UAPs. According to him, UAPs are a critical priority for scientific research and aircraft safety.

Mexico’s most well-known ufologist, Jaime Maussan, has long been outspoken in his support of extraterrestrial life. He posted a picture of a sunset over a stadium close to the US-Mexico border earlier this year, implying that a black patch close to the sun was actually a UFO of “non-human origin.” His unwavering commitment to researching unexplained events and extraterrestrial life has sparked intense discussion and interest both inside and outside of the scientific community.