Decoding the Enigma of the ‘UFO Mummies’: An Analytical Outlook

New York-based ufologist Will Galison has made a surprising discovery about the so-called ‘UFO mummies’ that have attracted attention in the scientific community. Galison, who is known for his collaborations with Barbra Streisand, has been closely examining these mummies since they were first discovered.

The mummies were initially presented by Jaime Maussan, a Mexican journalist, who claimed that they were evidence of extraterrestrial life.

According to Maussan, these mummies were unlike any species found on Earth and were therefore proof that we are not alone in the universe. This claim sparked widespread interest and debate among scientists and UFO enthusiasts.

However, Galison’s research suggests a different story. He believes that these mummies are not alien corpses, but rather, dummies made from animal and human bones.

His theory is based on careful examination of the mummies, including one instance where a bone in the arm of one of the mummies was clearly not organic.

Galison’s findings challenge the initial claims made by Maussan. While Maussan argued that MRI scans showed the skeletons were complete, most scientists were convinced that the remains were a hoax.

Previous similar remains have turned out to be mutilated mummies of pre-Hispanic children, sometimes combined with bits of animal parts.

Galison’s theory is further supported by his observation of a remarkable similarity between the heads of the alleged aliens and alpaca skulls. He also noted that the eggs inside the mummies, which Maussan highlighted as proof of their non-human origin, resembled reptilian eggs.

This raises questions about why their creators would put eggs within the bodies.

The ufologist also suggests that these mummies could have been created a long time ago, perhaps a thousand years ago.

He proposes that they might have been made by an Incan culture for unknown reasons, possibly for ritual purposes. This theory, if proven true, could provide valuable insights into the practices and beliefs of ancient cultures.

While Galison initially believed in the possibility of these mummies being actual extraterrestrial beings, his research led him to a different conclusion. However, he remains curious about why such creatures would be made, including the peculiar detail of placing eggs inside them which could only be seen via X-ray.

While the ‘UFO mummies’ may not provide evidence of extraterrestrial life as initially claimed, they still present a fascinating mystery. The scientific community awaits further research to unravel the truth behind these intriguing artifacts.

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.

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