Unexpectedly, examinations on enigmatic remains that were recently brought before Mexico’s congress have been carried out by Mexican physicians, and the results have injected curiosity into the discussion around extraterrestrial life. The alleged 2017 discovery of the “non-human beings” specimens in Cusco, Peru, had sparked a great deal of debate and doubt. Nonetheless, the latest analysis carried out at the Noor Clinic in Mexico appears to support the hypothesis that these remains are, in fact, not from Earth.
The Process of Examination
The scientific examination aimed to ascertain whether there was any proof of assembly or manipulation of the skulls or bodies. It was conducted in the Noor Clinic and was broadcast live on UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan’s YouTube channel. These species share a fundamental morphology with humanoids, having two arms and two legs apiece. They have enlarged heads and three fingers on each hand. However, the studies performed on these remains have produced some fascinating findings.
Notable statements concerning the specimens were made by José Zalce Benitez, the director of the Health Sciences Research Institute in the Secretary of the Mexican Navy’s office. As to his statement, the inspection revealed “no evidence of any assembly or manipulation of the skulls,” implying that these creatures were not man-made.
According to Benitez, the investigation showed that one of the specimens “was alive, was intact, was biological, and was in gestation.” Large lumps inside the creature’s abdomen, which Benitez speculated might be eggs, brought attention to this discovery.
These creatures’ distinct DNA makeup is yet another amazing feature. Roughly one-third of their genetic makeup is classified as “unknown.” According to Maussan and his colleagues, these creatures’ genetic composition suggests that they are not a part of Earth’s known evolutionary past. These individuals, they claim, have no kinship with any other species on Earth.
In addition, the animals are reported to have lacked teeth, had strong, light bones, and implants made of cadmium and osmium, two elements that are extremely rare on Earth.
skepticism and discussion
There has been some skepticism regarding these results, despite the fact that they have aroused attention and fascination. Many claims throughout the years have been refuted as altered human bodies, and detractors are still leery of such outlandish claims. Professor of physics Brian Cox questioned if it was possible for aliens to resemble humans and recommended that these results be independently confirmed.
Julieta Fierro, a scientist at the Institute of Astronomy at Mexico’s National Autonomous University, expressed skepticism over the discovery as well, saying that the evidence did not reveal anything “mysterious” or suggestive of extraterrestrial life.
As an alternative, the Peruvian government has distanced itself from the idea of extraterrestrial origins by characterizing the bones as pre-Hispanic artifacts.
Consequences and Current Discussion
The presentation last week left Mexican legislators “thoughts” and “concerns,” despite their skepticism. The Aerial Space Protection Law, if it passes, would make Mexico the first nation in history to formally recognize the existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth. This is something they are actively considering. Regardless of whether these artifacts are real proof of extraterrestrial life or are still a mystery, they have definitely generated an interesting discussion about our place in the cosmos.