This is the first time Mexico has presided over a public hearing of this kind
“We are not alone. The recognition of these events in Mexico is transcendent, making our country one of the first to accept the presence of non-humans on our planet”: they The words of the well-known Mexican ufologist, Jaime Mouzanne. Surprisingly, he says no. But where does it say: in Mexico’s Chamber of Representatives.
Journalist and host of Tercer Milenio, who has been investigating paranormal phenomena and UFOs for decades, appeared before the nation’s Congress. An unprecedented public hearing Representatives must legislate Recognize extraterrestrial life. In particular, he proposed to legislators to modify the law on the protection of Mexican airspace for this purpose.
Not only that. And it does Providing multiple copies The so-called inhabitants of other worlds.
Yes, so called non-human bodies They are more than 1,000 years old. Obviously, we can’t verify what the ufologist brought to Congress in those boxes. Nor, so far, has there been any evidence other than those two stuffed creatures with human appearance shown at the trial.
The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) analyzed the data they have, he says. An investigation (which we could not find on the Internet or not publicly available) suggested that these bodies, through carbon 14 analysis, They were buried for a millennium A diatom is an algae that does not allow the growth of bacteria or fungi inside.
The ufologist insists that These alleged extraterrestrial bodies They were not salvaged from ships that crashed on Earth, but they were They were buried. Specifically, they are a part of Nine bodies were found in Cusco (Peru). In 2017 and there is a documentary. Their physique does not match that of a human (they have Three fingers and elongated skulls), but they have similar properties.
“These are not mummies, these are bodies that are intact, complete, unmanipulated inside and with a series of elements that make them truly extraordinary,” he stressed.
According to Maussan, there are Sufficient evidence To prove the existence of extraterrestrial life. “Our universe contains trillions of galaxies. According to the latest astronomical calculations, our universe is made up of 100 sextillion planets. The possibility of life, even intelligent, is undeniable.”
It was the first time Mexico had taken the lead Such public hearing. One that brought together researchers from other countries on sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) is now known as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (FANI). Pilots and air traffic controllers, astronomers from universities like Harvard and experts and politicians from Japan, Argentina, France, Brazil and Peru have attended the conference and left their testimonies. They do this to underline the “frustration, harassment and threats” received by those speaking out about these inexplicable phenomena.
Evidence is piling up
At the end of July this year, Subcommittee of the United States Congress The government was requested to give a report on the matter The data you have After asking Report of ex-servicemenThose who claim to have seen them and the authorities have evidence with them.
Actually, Ryan Graves, former director of the US Navy, who He had already participated in similar parliamentary sessions in the USHe asked the same thing in the Mexican inquiry: citizens have the right to access documents from authorities and the danger posed to commercial and air force aircraft by these materials, which “challenge the laws of physics . . .”
He was followed by Mexico’s air traffic controller, Enrique Colbrech, who described the events. Witness his working day: “These are not myths or legends, events like this compromise the safety of airspace, very advanced and different technologies. They are obviously ships that drive with a determined will to navigate, maneuver and handle differently than they are known. Appearing and disappearing, they violate laws and regulations.
Finally, from Harvard University in Boston, he intervened via video conference Astrophysicist Avi Loeb. “It is presumptuous to think that we are alone in the universe, and perhaps the existence of these species predates human existence on Earth,” he noted. Loeb, who runs the Galileo project, spoke of an object thrown by a mysterious force “Powered by sunlight”: “One and a half meters in size, it collided with Earth in 2014, moving 95% faster than stars and made of much stronger material.”
Image: Mexico’s House of Representatives
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