They were confiscated by Peruvian customs last year when they tried to take them to Mexico, reports Associated Press.
The results of the examination refute some people’s claims that these objects were taken from some center on aliens or came to Earth from another planet, “all of which are completely false,” explained forensic archaeologist Flavio Estrada, who led the analysis.
In September in Mexico, a group of enthusiasts showed the Mexican Congress two objects that they called “alien corpses.” Previously, the leader of the group, journalist Jaime Maussan, disseminated “information” about UFOs, which was then refuted.
This time he showed bodies in wooden boxes under glass: the mummified “aliens” had no teeth, they had three fingers.
According to Maussan, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) found through radiocarbon dating that the “bodies” are more than a thousand years old.
“We don’t know whether they are aliens or not, but they were intelligent and lived with us,” Maussan insisted and clarified that the bodies were found in Peru.
UNAM denied the ufologist’s claims about the university’s findings. Many details about the mummified bodies of “aliens” found in Peru and previously presented to the Mexican Congress have no basis, added Julieta Fierro, a researcher at the Institute of Astronomy.
In 2017, Maussan already presented several mummies discovered in the Peruvian Nazca desert, calling them alien creatures. It later turned out that the remains were of human origin – these were mummies of children.
They had elongated skulls, but scientists explained that this was the result of artificial deformation, in which the children’s heads were tied with boards, cloth or rope. It is assumed that this was done for a religious ritual.