Following Mexico’s presentation of ‘alien’ bodies in its parliament, NASA has issued a response. On Thursday, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) published a new report addressing what it terms “unidentified anomalous phenomena” (UAP), commonly referred to by the public as unidentified flying objects or UFOs. In reaction to a recommendation from an independent study team, urging NASA to take a more prominent role in understanding UFOs, the U.S. space agency has announced the appointment of a director for UAP research.
During the press conference, NASA officials were also questioned about a UFO-related event that took place in Mexico’s Congress. This event involved the presentation of purported remains of non-human entities. David Spergel, the former head of Princeton University’s astrophysics department and chair of the UAP report, stated that he was unaware of the nature of the samples but emphasized the importance of transparency.
“I have only seen this on Twitter. When encountering unusual phenomena, it’s crucial to share the data with the public,” remarked Mr. Spergel.
“We are uncertain about the origin of these samples,” he continued.
He urged the Mexican government to make the samples available to the scientific community if they indeed possessed something unusual.
‘Alien Bodies’ Displayed in the Mexican Congress
Mexican journalist and long-standing UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan presented what he referred to as ‘alien’ bodies to politicians during a hearing on Tuesday. These tiny “bodies” were exhibited in cases and were described as having three fingers on each hand and elongated heads. Maussan claimed that these specimens were discovered near Peru’s ancient Nazca Lines and had been subjected to carbon dating by Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM), which determined them to be approximately 1,000 years old.
According to Maussan, these entities are unrelated to any known species on Earth.
“I believe there is clear evidence that we are dealing with non-human specimens that have no connection to any other species on our planet. All possibilities should be open for scientific institutions to investigate,” Maussan asserted.
“We are not alone,” he concluded.