Forensic archaeologists uncover the truth about "alien remains": glue bonding

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On September 15, at the Mexican Congress' public hearing related to "unidentified anomalies (UAP)" held this week, two suspected "alien biological remains" were exhibited. Many scholars, archaeologists and scientists now believe that the remains are supposed to be a mixture of human and animal bones, put together with glue and covered with false skin.

On Tuesday, local time, near the end of a public hearing in the Green Chamber of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, Jaime Maussan, a UFOLOGIST, journalist and host of the Mexican TV program Tercer Milenio, announced a surprise. At this historic conference, the renowned researcher drew the audience's attention to "unidentified anomalies," including the well-known "UFO."

Before the hearing began, Sergio Gutisarez Luna, a representative of Mexico's ruling Morena party, had asked attendees to stand and vowed to tell the truth. Among the audience was retired U.S. Navy pilot Ryan Graves, who had earlier testified before Congress about his encounter with an unidentified object. And Abraham." Abraham "Avi" Loeb, an astrophysicist, chair of the astronomy department at Harvard University, and a leading proponent of the theory that alien spacecraft have landed on Earth. When it was Moissan's turn to speak, he motioned to open two small sarcophagi containing the remains of two "non-human creatures."

But the remains are not from aliens, they are actually Nazca mummies, specifically "Nazca three-toed humanoid mummies", once considered a great archaeological find, but have since been widely questioned by the international scientific community. It is suspected that these mummies were artificially modified, which gave them a different appearance. Important organizations such as the World Mummies Research Council have refused to acknowledge the authenticity of the mummies, calling the findings a hoax and "an irresponsible and organized campaign of misinformation."

Peru is rich in archaeological resources, from the ancient Karl civilization to the Inca civilization, including the legendary Machu Picchu. But the mummies on display in the Mexican Congress are nothing more than elaborate fakes. Scholars, archaeologists and scientists agree that some of these mummies are modified pre-Hispanic remains, while the rest, especially the smaller ones, are made from animal and human bones.

Guido Lombardi, a human anthropologist who studies Peruvian mummies, explains: "Based on the experience of all researchers who study pre-Columbian mummies, especially those from the Nazca region, we know very well that these large mummies are pre-Columbian human remains, modified for commercial purposes, and that so-called 'little mummies' are human and animal bones pieced together." ”

Forensic archaeologist Flavio Estrada analyzed the mummies for the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences of the Peruvian Ministry of Public Affairs. So-called "alien remains" are made by stitching together animal and human bones, gluing them together with glue, and finally covering the bones with a layer of false skin, he said.

According to Mosan, the dried bodies were found in Peru in 2017. He explained: "They are not human beings and are not part of our terrestrial evolution. According to a carbon-14 analysis carried out by the Autonomous University of Mexico, the remains of these organisms are about 1,000 years old. They were not recovered from the wrecked spacecraft, but buried in diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth is a 17-million-year-old algae fossil that was abundant at the time. ”

The "remains of extraterrestrial creatures" blew up the Internet, the scientific community issued a communiqué, and the people after the hearing were divided into two camps: those who supported Moisan and those who questioned him. Julieta Fierro, a physicist, astronomer and scientific authority, said: "It would be nice to invite scientists to be there. ”

Fierro added: "Neither those searching for extraterrestrial life, nor those engaged in genetic anthropology and studying the remains of the past, were invited to the hearing. Moreover, they should have invited the Ambassador of Peru. Can you imagine what it means to show 'aliens' unearthed in which country and bring them to Mexico without inviting representatives from Peru? How do they get through customs? Also, if there are indeed alien remains, the first thing you have to do is isolate them, as they could bring viruses from elsewhere and cause a terrible pandemic. ”

Raúl Trejo Delarbre, a researcher at the Institute of Social Research and a doctor of sociology at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, said: "What happened in the Mexican Congress is a spectacle, the information in it is not necessarily verifiable, it is the product of fanaticism, more the product of media spectacle and political interests, than to explain the phenomenon that there may be life beyond our planet." Most importantly, the matter is beyond the remit of Congress. After the hearing, Ryan Graves, a retired U.S. Navy pilot who attended the hearing, expressed his disappointment and described the incidents as a "huge setback" and an "unconfirmed gimmick."

In the Mexican Congress, the phrase "Humanity is not alone in the universe" echoed in the chamber. Pilots and air traffic controllers who thought they could act as UAP witnesses, astronomers from institutions like Harvard, and experts and politicians from Japan, Argentina, France, Brazil and Peru testified that they were facing "frustration, harassment and threats" when they dared to report unexplained phenomena found deep in the sky or ocean.

"Congress exists to legislate," De La Bree said. What laws does the Mexican Congress intend to enact in this regard? This is absolutely ridiculous. In my opinion, this hearing was misled by the majority party in the Mexican Congress (the Morena party and its allies), and that congressman Luna acted extremely irresponsibly, using the seat in Congress to achieve his personal whims. Also benefiting is Moissan, who for decades has profited from a personal business built around so-called UFOs. ”

Mosan's path to the Mexican Congress began in the United States, when the U.S. Congress held hearings on UFOs and prompted the Mexican Congress to hold the same event. Moisan also had many friends, including Luna. At the hearing, Luna said the audience would "hear evidence that has aroused great public interest."

Luna said the origins of the hearing can be traced back to Mosan's explanation to lawmakers that in other countries, legislatures are already discussing UFOs. He said: "Mossan, a well-known journalist and researcher, found us. Led by the hearing participants in taking an oath to tell the truth, he said: "If you swear to tell the truth in the exercise of legislative power, you promise that everything discussed here today is true." ”

"The Mexican Congress has the power to deal with anything with the aim of enlightening and guiding society, but its most important duty is to legislate," Delabré said. Legislators oversee other powers, manage social needs, but most importantly, make laws. The fact that this meeting was held as a public hearing on the regulation of Unidentified Anomalies (UAP) in Mexico is simply nonsense. How do people regulate the unusual and unknown? The subject of the hearing has shown that it should not be taken seriously. ”

This is not the first time Moisan has appeared at a hearing held in the Mexican Congress. In 2016, at the invitation of a representative of another political party, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), the Chamber of Deputies invited him to a hearing on geometry, including crop circles.

At the hearing, Mariano Tello, director of the Center for Social Concern, which is affiliated with a Mexican government agency, said that on March 29, 2022, the agency received an email in which one of the citizens asked for information about UFOs. The final result of the request was the publication of an air traffic control record in which a pilot reported an unidentified object in May 1975. "You can see that the pilot reported to the control tower that there were strange objects flying over his plane," Taylor said. "Since 2003, the department has received 1,011 requests for information related to UFOs, of which 93 are requested for review and 58 relate to Mexican airspace, 19 specifically to UFOs, 15 to navigation services and 1 to aliens.

Following Mosan's visit to the Chamber of Deputies, the Institute of Astronomy of the National Autonomous University of Mexico issued a statement saying that, despite many studies and continuous monitoring of space activity, "to date no observations or experimental reports have provided any evidence of the existence of life outside Earth." The statement added that it is important that any work in this area is supported by scientific research institutions and follows strict ethical standards. UNAM also stressed that "scientists are the main drivers in the search for extraterrestrial life and they will continue to explore this field with the diligence required by science." ”

This Tuesday, the Institute of Physics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico also reissued a statement first published in 2017 concerning the tests carried out on mummies found in Peru, which were submitted to the Mexican Congress. "In May 2017, the National Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Laboratory (Spanish abbreviation LEMA) conducted a carbon-14 dating study on a group of samples that, according to information provided by the customer, were approximately 0.5 grams of skin and brain tissue, the results of which were published and delivered to users in June of the same year," the statement reads. Since this is a commercial agreement, these results need to be kept confidential and no member of LEMA can disseminate them. LEMA disclaims any subsequent use, interpretation or misrepresentation of the results of its publication. In the June 2017 analysis, any information suggesting that LEMA was involved in any activity other than carbon 14 dating was invalid. ”

"Science has its own processes and laws, and it is eager to question its conclusions," Delabre said. No one denies that life could exist on other planets, and I am concerned about this waste of attention and resources in public discussions. This spectacle clouds the seriousness and commitment of the Mexican Congress to science, as it is consistent with the anti-science attitude of the current Mexican government. (little)