A video resurfaced showing a Russian “alien body” resembling those from Peru presented to Mexico’s congress. However, the Kremlin dismissed the Russian find from 2011 as a hoax, describing it as a creation made from “chicken skin stuffed with breadcrumbs.”
In a recent CT scan conducted in Mexico, doctors asserted that the Peruvian bodies, purportedly discovered in a mine in 2017 and believed to be over 1,000 years old, constitute a single skeleton and show no signs of assembly or manipulation of the skulls. Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, director of the Mexican Navy’s Scientific Institute for Health, stated, “There is no evidence of any assembly or manipulation of the skulls.”
Contrastingly, prior examinations conducted in Peru by the Peruvian Attorney General’s Office and the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences yielded a vastly distinct outcome. Their investigation reportedly determined that the “bodies” were “recently manufactured.”
According to EuroNews, the Peruvian investigation concluded that the “bodies” were “Creations made of animal and human bones joined together with synthetic glue” and they were covered with a mixture of plant fibers and synthetic glue to simulate a type of skin.
However, Peru’s Culture Minister Leslie Urteaga has since referred to them as “pre-Hispanic assets,” and a criminal investigation has been initiated to determine how these peculiar figures were taken out of the country. Jaime Maussan, the UFO “expert” who presented the figures to Mexico’s congress, maintains that he has not engaged in any illegal activities.
Subsequent medical examinations conducted in Mexico, following the departure from Peru, challenged Peru’s assertion that the figures were “recently manufactured.” A live medical examination involving a CT scan led doctors to claim that the figures “belong to a single skeleton that has not been joined to other pieces.”
Allegedly, carbon dating tests conducted by researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico indicated that the bodies had been buried for approximately 1,000 years. However, the university’s Institute of Physics clarified that their studies did not establish that these two ‘bodies’ belonged to extraterrestrial beings.
Nevertheless, Benitez has asserted that DNA tests suggest the figures are not of terrestrial origin. He stated, “Based on the DNA tests, which were compared with more than one million species … they are not related to what is known or described up to this moment by science or by human knowledge.”
These bodies were reportedly discovered near the mysterious Nazca plateau, renowned for its enormous geoglyphs visible only from the air. One of these immense desert drawings, believed to be approximately 2,000 years old, bears a striking resemblance to the unusual figures currently generating so much interest. Carved into a cliff, it portrays a bipedal being waving, distinctly non-human in appearance, and is commonly referred to as the Nazca Owlman or the Astronaut.
Nevertheless, a significant number of scientists worldwide remain firmly convinced that the figures currently grabbing headlines are the result of human manufacture. This conviction may be further bolstered by an incident dating back to 2011, thousands of miles away in Siberia, on the other side of the Pacific Ocean.
In 2011, a video depicting an ‘alien body’ found in the snow went viral, prompting an investigation by the Kremlin. However, a spokesperson from the Russian interior ministry ultimately declared that both the video and the ‘body’ were indeed a hoax.
The perpetrators behind this hoax were two students, Timur Hilall, 18, and Kirill Vlasov, 19, who confessed to filming the video in Irkutsk, Siberia. They were reportedly questioned by the police regarding their supposed ‘extraterrestrial discovery’ and subsequently admitted to orchestrating the hoax, as reported by the Daily Mail.
A spokesperson from the Russian interior ministry stated, “We found the alien in one of the student’s homes. It was lying under his bed and an examination of it revealed it had been made of bread crumbs which were covered in chicken skin.”
Adding to the intrigue, there is another peculiar coincidence: elongated human skulls, sharing a similar shape to the heads of the so-called ‘aliens’ and dating back thousands of years, have been unearthed in both Siberia and Peru. However, similar skulls, which archaeologists contend were shaped through intentional manipulation of infants’ skulls, have been discovered in diverse cultures worldwide.
The earliest documented instance of deliberate cranial deformation dates back to around 400 BCE, as recorded by the Greek physician Hippocrates. He documented an ancient group known as the Macrocephali or Long-heads, named for their practice of cranial modification.
Remarkably, this practice persists to the present day in the Republic of Vanuatu, an island nation situated in Melanesia within the South Pacific Ocean.