30% of Mexican ‘Alien’ Mummies’ DNA is from an ‘Unknown Species’
“This, he argues, demonstrates that the bodies are ‘definitely not human’.”
by T.K. Randall
image Credit: YouTube / Maussan TV
Jaime Maussan is back in the limelight once again, this time claiming that the mummies are ‘definitely not human’.
A couple of months ago, Maussan – a controversial figure even in the UFO community – presented what he claimed to be two alien bodies at a formal congress hearing in Mexico City.
Supposedly found buried between the Peruvian cities of Palpa and Nazca in 2017, the two bodies reportedly contained ‘unknown’ DNA and were – as Maussan put it – “not from this Earth.”
His findings went on to generate a great deal of controversy with the general consensus among the scientific community being that the ‘aliens’ were in fact regular human mummies.
While it might have seemed as though this would be the end of the matter, Maussan – who seems especially keen to pursue the matter – is now back again with the results of laboratory DNA tests.
In his initial presentation he had claimed that 30% of the DNA of the mummies was ‘unknown’, but now he has revised this claim – instead maintaining that 30% of the DNA is from an ‘unknown species’.
This, he argues, demonstrates that the bodies are ‘definitely not human’.
Given that multiple experts have examined the mummies already, however, it seems unlikely that this latest revelation is going to change anyone’s mind.
by T.K. Randall
Image Credit: YouTube / Maussan TV