Alien autopsy: Experts who revealed bodies of ‘non-humans’ to Mexican Congress declare Clara was ‘pregnant’ when she died as they examined the ‘eggs’ using a CT scan
Alien researchers have claimed that one of the two ‘non-humans’ they presented to the Mexican Congress was pregnant when he died – saying a CT scan revealed what could be ‘eggs’ inside the body.
Last week, UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan unveiled two corpses – which he named Clara and Mauricio – and described their discovery as one of the most important in human history.
His team has now stated that their latest examinations show that Clara was ‘alive, intact, biological and pregnant’, indicating the presence of large lumps in her abdomen which they said could be eggs.
They insisted that while they could not determine from the scans whether it was an alien life form or not, they showed that it was a “complete organic being” and “not a body made up of several parts, as some thought.”
But most in the scientific community are unconvinced by the findings, with multiple UFO and forensic experts coming forward to dismiss the claims as ‘unfounded’ and a ‘hoax’.
A CT scan revealed what could be ‘eggs’ in the body, according to team behind claims a pair of corpses could be aliens
Radiologist technician Guillermo Ramirez prepares to perform a CT scan on a small body of a specimen, which UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan says is unrelated to any known terrestrial species
Maussan’s team said yesterday that their latest investigations show that Clara was ‘alive, intact, biological and pregnant’
The small body was subjected to a CT scan yesterday at the Noor Clinic in Huixquilucan, Mexico
The scan was carried out on Monday by technicians and scientists from the project at the Noor Clinic in Huixquilucan, Mexico. It was streamed live on Maussan’s YouTube channel, Infobae.com reports.
The team behind the UFO claims previously showed clear X-rays of the specimens to Mexico’s Congress, saying they showed one of the creatures had carried ‘eggs’ with embryos inside.
The pair of corpses have elongated heads with three fingers on each hand, but are otherwise somewhat humanoid in shape, including two arms and two legs.
Their retractable necks and long skulls show features more ‘typical of birds’, El País reported.
They also appeared to have strong, light bones and no teeth, the presenters said.
They said they had implants of cadmium and osmium metals, with osmium being one of the scarcest elements in the Earth’s crust and considered the rarest precious metal.
But most scientists have rejected claims that the bodies are from another world, with some saying it is more likely that they are mummies made up of different Earth creatures.
The retractable necks and long skulls of the corpses show features that are more ‘typical of birds’
The pair of corpses have elongated heads with three fingers on each hand
Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan claims the small bodies he presented to Mexico’s Congress earlier this week are unrelated to any known terrestrial species
Forensic scientist Dr. Jose Zalce Benitez challenged scientists to take samples from the alleged alien bodies and conduct their own research
Julieta Fierro, a scientist at the Institute of Astronomy of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) who assessed the specimens, said the samples were related to brain and skin tissue from mummies that died at different times.
Forensic scientist Dr. Jose Zalce Benitez, who presented the findings together with Maussan, previously challenged scientists to take samples of the alleged alien authorities and conduct their own investigations before labeling it as fraud.
“Based on the DNA tests, which were compared to more than a million species… they are not related to what has been known or described so far by science or by human knowledge,” he told reporters.
But Fierro looks at Maussan’s test results Reuterssaid her observations “show nothing mysterious that could indicate life connections that do not exist on Earth.”
Elsa Tomasto-Cagigao, a respected Peruvian bioanthropologist, has also expressed her frustration with the claims, citing similar alleged finds that turned out to be fraud.
“What we said before still stands, they are presenting the same repetition as always and if there are people who continue to believe that, what can we do?,” she said.
“It’s so crude and so simple that there’s nothing more to add.”