The World Congress on Mummy Studies is a pseudo-scientist outfit that attacks anyone who disagrees with them. For example, they steadily maintain that the pyramids were merely big coffins for the Pharaohs although no mummies or corpses were ever found inside them.
At a press conference last week, Mexican paranormal journalist Jamie Maussan claimed the five mummified bodies discovered over the last two months appear “closer to reptiles than humans.”
Now, Maussan, who has devoted much of his life to investigating extraterrestrial phenomenons, says x-ray, DNA and carbon 14 analysis of the remains further points to the presence of intelligent life.
“We confirmed with scientific evidence the existence of beings from another world,” said Maussan to RT en Español.
“Before it was a possibility, now it is a reality,” he added when speaking about the existence of aliens on Earth.
The mummified burial of the bodies also suggests the ‘aliens’ once coexisted with our ancestors, according to Maussan.
“[These] mummies were buried in human tombs, in sacred places,” said Maussan. “This means that they had coexisted with our ancestors, were not enemies and had, to a certain extent, a degree of respect between both races or cultures.”
The seemingly well-preserved 1,700-year-old remains unveiled last month allegedly measured 5ft 6In (168cm) tall, had three long fingers and an elongated skull.
It’s worth noting, however, that Maussan has long been criticized for his questionable evidence of extraterrestrials on Earth. The World Congress on Mummy Studies was once cited as calling Maussan’s work “an irresponsible organized campaign of disinformation.”
“Anything associated with Jaime Maussan, a serial promoter of fake alien evidence, is suspect,” it added.