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Is Jaime Maussan’s alien real or fake?

Jaime Maussan has claimed to have found the remains of ‘non-human’ beings that are ‘not part of Earth’s evolution.’ The journalist and ufologist made this statement under oath in the federal parliament of Mexico. The mummified remains of these beings were discovered in Peru in 2017 and, according to Maussan, are ‘clear evidence’ that extraterrestrial beings exist and have already visited our planet.

Jaime Maussan was convinced of it in 2017 and is now absolutely certain after conducting research. The fossils, which have only three fingers on each hand and elongated skulls, are between 700 and 1,800 years old, and, more importantly, they are extraterrestrial. These beings arrived here when their spaceship crashed and underwent a mummification process in the mine in Cuzco where they were found.

He stated this on Tuesday, under oath, in the Mexican federal parliament, adding that “any scientific institution can examine it.” He was accompanied by Ryan Graves, the director of Americans for Safe Aerospace. His organization “focuses on educating the public about UFOs, breaking the stigma, and advocating for transparency and openness” and has more than 10,000 members. The American stated,

“There is a need for action and answers. UFOs are an urgent priority for space safety and need to be scientifically investigated.”

The two ufologists were present during the parliamentary session to convince the politicians that extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth. They argued that this fact should be enshrined in a law. It was the first-ever UFO hearing in Mexico. If Mexico legally recognizes the existence of aliens on our planet, it would become the first country to do so.


Some members of parliament were receptive to what Maussan and Graves had to say. Sergio GutiĆ©rrez, the President of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, stated that he was left with “reflections and concerns.” He expressed a desire for parliamentarians to “continue discussing” this matter and to debate “whether or not there is a need to amend the law.”

Paolo Sorbello

Paolo Sorbello is a journalist and researcher. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow, studying state-business relations in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. He is also the Business News Editor of the weekly newspaper The Conway Bulletin.

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