Analysts Discover Unknown Origin of Peruvian Mummies with Non-Human DNA
In a shocking revelation, recent DNA analysis of the “non-human” mummified remains found in Peru has shown that 30% of their genetic makeup does not match any known species. This discovery, presented by controversial journalist and UFO enthusiast Jose Jaime Maussan, has sparked intense speculation about the origins of these mysterious beings.
According to the Daily Star, the world was both shocked and puzzled when two miniature corpses were unveiled by Mexican journalist Jaime Maussan. He claimed that these centuries-old alien corpses were discovered in Peru, leading to legal action against Maussan for allegedly stealing them from the country.
Maussan, along with Mexican researchers, asserted the authenticity of the mummies with three toes and revealed that 30% of their DNA is unrelated to any known species. This groundbreaking finding marks the first time extraterrestrial life has been presented in such a manner. Maussan emphasized the importance of sharing this information with the public, stating that it is crucial for humanity to acknowledge the existence of non-human technology and beings.
“These specimens do not belong to our terrestrial evolution. They were not creatures found after a UFO crash. Instead, they were discovered in diatom mines and later transformed into fossilized mummies,” Maussan explained.
The implications of this discovery are profound, suggesting that we are not alone in this vast universe. Maussan believes that instead of dividing us, this reality should unite humanity in embracing the truth of extraterrestrial existence.
As the mystery surrounding these Peruvian mummies deepens, the world eagerly awaits further responses and investigations into their unknown origin.
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