Aliens are believed to have landed in Mexico’s Congress, but there were no saucer-shaped UFOs over the historic building or the bright green invaders seen in Hollywood movies.
The ghost of little green men in Mexico City came to light as lawmakers heard testimony Tuesday from individuals who suggested the possibility that extraterrestrial beings could exist. The researchers were from Mexico, the United States, Japan and Brazil.
This session, which was unprecedented in the Mexican Congress, took place two months after a similar session before the US Congress, in which a former US Air Force intelligence officer claimed that his country had possibly been dealing with “non-humans” since the 1930s. Knows about the activity.
Journalist José Jaime Mouson presented two boxes with alleged mummies found in Peru, which he and others say are “non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial evolution.”
The shrunken, decapitated bodies astonished those in the chamber and quickly generated excitement on social media.
Mawson claimed, “This is the queen of all evidence.” “That is, if the DNA is showing us that they are non-human creatures and there is nothing in the world that looks like it, then we should take it as such.”
But he cautioned that he doesn’t want to refer to them as “supernatural” just yet.
Apparently desiccated bodies were said to have been found deep underground in the sandy Peruvian coastal desert of Nazca in 2017. The area is known for the huge mysterious figures carved into the earth, which can only be seen from a bird’s eye view. Most people attribute the Nazca Lines to ancient indigenous communities, but the formations have captured the imaginations of many people.
Congressman Sergio Gutiérrez Luna of the ruling Morena party clarified that Congress has not taken any position on the thesis put forward during the more than three-hour session.
It was up to each member of the legislative body to believe or not, but those testifying had to take an oath to tell the truth.
Gutiérrez Luna stressed the importance of listening to “all voices, all opinions” and said it was positive that there was a transparent conversation on the issue of extraterrestrials.
In the US in July, retired Major David Grush alleged that the US was hiding a long-running program that engineers the recovery and reverse engineering of unidentified flying objects. The Pentagon has denied his claims.
Grush’s highly anticipated testimony before the House Oversight Subcommittee was the US Congress’s latest foray into the world of UFOs – or “unidentified aerial phenomena”, which is the official term the US government now uses instead of UFOs.
In recent years Democrats and Republicans have pushed for greater research as a national security matter due to concerns that sightings seen by pilots could be linked to American adversaries.