On September 12, the journalist and ufologist went to San Lázaro where he presented the remains that are more than a thousand years old, according to the carbon test carried out by the UNAM in 2017.
However, Maussan would have revealed to the Reuters news agency that the evidence he presented in San Lázaro was not directly related to the bodies he showed in San Lázaro this week. These would have been made to a different organization, known as Victoria, which remains in Peru.
The bodies appear ancient and share characteristics with humans; two eyes, a mouth, two arms, two legs and according to Maussan they were found around 2017 in Peru, near the pre-Columbian Nazca lines, the news agency cited in a published note.
«They were found in the same place. They have the same physical appearance, they are equal,” said Maussan about Victoria and the two bodies she presented in Mexico. No tests were carried out on those two bodies to avoid damaging them,” the Mexican ufologist shared with Reuters.
In addition, he would have assured that he can demonstrate that they do not resemble anything known on Earth.
After having access to the study where the bodies remain, the news agency itself would have asked a Mexican scientist to review the results presented by Maussan, who concluded that these indicated normal life on Earth.
UNAM distances itself from Maussan’s statements
The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) released a statement in which it detailed, after Jaime Maussan’s presentation in San Lázaro, that the research work he carried out only determines the age of the bodies “and in no case concludes about the origin.” of said samples.
Source: EL UNIVERSAL