Mexico is currently holding a debate on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), or UFOs as they are better known.
Lawmakers in the North American country are hearing presentations from different stakeholders on the Aerial Space Protection Law.
If the law is approved, Mexico will become the first country in the world to formally accept the existence of aliens on planet Earth.
A journalist and longtime UFO enthusiast, Jaime Maussan, on Tuesday, September 12 presented the remains of what he says are “non-human” beings during Mexico’s first public congressional hearing on the debate.
Maussan had armed himself with two boxes containing “small, stuffed bodies of extra-terrestrials recovered in Peru in 2017”.
According to the researcher, carbon-14 dating carried out by the National Autonomous University of Mexico had determined the remains were 700 and 1,800 years old.
The two bodies had only three fingers on each hand and elongated heads.
“This is the first time it (extraterrestrial life) is presented in such a form and I think there is a clear demonstration that we are dealing with non-human specimens that are not related to any other species in our world,” Maussan told the lawmakers, urging them to consider the “topic for humanity”.
DNA evidence could prove
DNA evidence could prove if the specimens are UFOs, but it was not clear whether such tests had been carried out.
“We are left with thoughts, with concerns, and with the plan to continue talking about this,” concluded Mexican lawmaker Sergio Gutierrez after the presentation, as reported by Reuters.
He added: “Let’s hope that this is the first of several events and that there will be discussions within the Legislative on the need or not to make proposals to modify the laws.”