Recent revelations suggest that the skull, which was presented by Jaime Maussan in the Chamber of Deputies as that of an “extraterrestrial”, might be nothing more than a llama’s skull. Shockingly, the body was possibly assembled using bones from various animals. This information came to light through a study shared on the X platform by a user named “Dr. Ana María”, known for regularly posting scientific analyses.
Dr. Ana María’s study employed CT (computed tomography) imaging to assess the structure of one of the mummies unearthed in Peru. The results? The skull’s anatomy strikingly matched parts of a llama’s skull, including features like the eyes, nose, and cavities. However, it was observed that the other bones were “perfectly assembled.”
Findings and implications
The study, titled “Application of computed tomography for the identification of the skull of an unknown archaeological find in Peru”, was primarily aimed at investigating some discoveries made in 2016 in the Peruvian region. To ensure accuracy, the skulls from these findings were juxtaposed with those of llamas, a prevalent species in the country.
The research concluded that the unearthed skull remains were undeniably biological. Moreover, the bones were fragile and decayed, resembling parts of a llama’s skeleton. Further examinations even identified what appeared to be genuine neck veins. Yet, with the compelling evidence presented, the study also posited that these findings were intricate “constructions”, leading to questions about their origin and the techniques used centuries ago to craft them. One caveat: potential limitations could arise due to the resolution of the CT scanner’s images.
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Maussan’s extraterrestrial claims
Recalling the context, Jaime Maussan, in a special session of the Chamber of Deputies, showcased “non-human remains” encased in glass. The presenter posited that these beings were approximately a millennium old and even invoked a study from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) as a pillar of his argument.
However, the aftermath of Maussan’s dramatic presentation saw the Institute of Physics of the UNAM distancing itself from the claims made in the Chamber. Additionally, the National Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry with Accelerators (LEMA) opted out of endorsing any interpretations or uses of the data derived from their studies.
In the maze of claims and counterclaims, the truth seems to lean more towards earthly origins than extraterrestrial. Only time, and perhaps more studies, will reveal the full story.