Jaime Maussan reveals ancient extraterrestrial bodies at a landmark Mexican UAP event

Mexico hosts UAP experts, unveils ancient extraterrestrial bodies, and seeks to lead in aerial phenomena recognition and research.
  1. Mexico pioneers a groundbreaking UAP discussion, spotlighting international perspectives and firsthand testimonies.
  2. Jaime Maussan introduces millennia-old extraterrestrial findings, pushing boundaries in terrestrial evolution understanding.
  3. International collaboration emerges as a key theme, emphasizing the importance of unified research on unidentified aerial phenomena.

In an unprecedented move, Mexico led a groundbreaking public hearing on the phenomena previously known as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) but now referred to as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). The information presented was gathered not just domestically, but also from nations including the United States, Peru, Japan, and France.

The event, held in the Chamber of Deputies, was spearheaded by Jaime Maussan, the host of the program Tercer Milenio. Maussan, who has spent decades investigating these extraterrestrial occurrences, was joined by the former president of San Lazaro’s Board of Directors, Sergio Gutierrez Luna.

In a formal gesture, Luna, also a member of the National Regeneration Movement, asked attendees to take an oath to ensure the veracity of their statements. “We are not alone in this vast universe,” Maussan proclaimed during the session.

Maussan presented strong historical evidence

In a stunning revelation, Maussan showcased two dissected bodies believed to be extraterrestrial, discovered in Cusco, Peru. Carbon-14 analysis conducted by the National Autonomous University of Mexico dated these beings to over a millennium ago. Maussan detailed, “They are non-human beings, not part of our terrestrial evolution. According to the carbon 14 analysis, these beings are about a thousand years old. They were buried in diatomite mines – a fossilized area.”

The importance of the gathering wasn’t lost on Maussan, who described it as a “watershed in history”. This wasn’t merely due to Mexico’s openness on the subject, but also in light of recent events in the U.S., where former Air Force members testified about witnessing similar phenomena.

Jaime Maussan led the meeting in the Chamber of Deputies (Twitter/@admpubmx)
Jaime Maussan led the meeting in the Chamber of Deputies (Twitter/@admpubmx)

Mexico, Japan, Argentina, and the United States were among the participants

Post Maussan’s revelations, the forum saw participation from eminent personalities. Abraham Avi Loeb, director of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard and proponent of the Ouymuamua theory, connected via video call. He detailed his research and urged the Mexican government to engage national scientists in studying the HLPF phenomenon.

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Mariano Tello, at the helm of INAI’s Center for Attention to Society, indicated a surge in 2021’s information requests regarding UFOs in Mexico, prompting certain institutions to release relevant data. “The right to access information is for everyone,” Tello reminded the attendees.

Ryan Graves, a retired director from the U.S. Navy, highlighted the hesitance of some individuals to share their experiences due to fear, a sentiment he believes might resonate in Mexico as well. Robert Salas, a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant, emphasized the routine nature of UAP sightings, pointing to the significant challenges they pose to national security.

Enrique Kolbrechk, an Air Traffic Controller in Mexico, shared his firsthand encounters with unusual aerial events, both in Mexico City and other states. The hearing also spotlighted testimonies from Argentinean officials, Japanese congressmen, and numerous experts. A common thread among these discourses was the urgent need to continue studying this phenomenon and promoting international collaboration.

A Progressive step forward

One of the core objectives of the hearing was to consider the inclusion of UAP phenomena in the Law for the Protection of Airspace, which could position Mexico as the inaugural nation to officially recognize the existence of non-human entities on Earth.

The event, by all measures, marked a significant stride in the ongoing conversation about UAPs, emphasizing the importance of open dialogue, transparency, and international cooperation in understanding these enigmatic occurrences.