UK's top UFO expert gives his verdict on Mexican 'alien' corpses
The UK’s leading UFO expert says Mexico’s unveiling of two ‘alien corpses’ could be ‘the greatest discovery of all time’ – if true.
Speaking the day after journalist and ufologist Jaime Maussan revealed what he reported were two 1,000-year-old fossilised ‘non-human’ beings, Nick Pope said he hoped scientific analysis proved they were evidence of aliens, but was not getting his hopes up.
‘I’m following this fast-developing story with interest,’ said Mr Pope, who previously ran the UK government’s UFO project.
‘It’s no surprise that the UFO community is excited about this, as it seems to verify the recent sworn testimony to Congress from US intelligence community whistleblower David Grusch, who stated that there have been crashes involving a non-human intelligence.
‘However, there’s an old saying in the intelligence analysis community that when you come across a bizarre claim like this, you fall back on the assessment “interesting, if true”. That’s where we are here.’
The ‘bodies’ were revealed during a congressional hearing in Mexico which, like its US equivalent, took sworn testimony from witnesses. Videos of UAP – unidentified anomalous phenomena, formerly UFOs – were also shared.
Speaking during the hearing, Mr Maussan said: ‘These specimens are not part of our terrestrial evolution… These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom [algae] mines, and were later fossilised.’
The two specimens appear to be structured similarly to humans – two arms, two legs, a torso and head – but seem to be roughly two feet in length, with only three fingers and toes. The heads are short from top to bottom, but long from front to back.
Mr Maussan said carbon dating suggests the corpses are around 1,000 years old, while experts speaking under oath said x-ray analysis showed one of the bodies appeared to have ‘eggs’ inside.
In 2017, Mr Mausson alleged a mummified body found in Peru was an extraterrestrial being, but it was later found to be that of a child.
‘There’s not much middle ground here,’ said Mr Pope. ‘Either it’s a fake, or it’s the real thing, and DNA analysis and other scientific tests are the key to determining this. Such tests would have to be done under rigorous conditions, and the results peer reviewed.
‘I’d be thrilled if this turned out to be true, as opposed to a hoax, as this would probably be the greatest discovery of all time.
‘However, the principle of Occam’s razor tells us that the simplest explanation is usually correct, so I’m not getting my hopes up!’
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