We translated the information Mexico released on the 700 and 1800 year old Aliens the unboxed and the findings are shocking!
This individual, Lieutenant Commander Jose De Jesus Zelke Benitez, boasts an impressive academic pedigree. He holds a master's degree in forensic medicine from the esteemed Military School of Health and has graduated from the Mexican Army with a specialization in National Security intelligence, a program offered by the prestigious National Institute of Public Administration. In addition to his accomplishments, he also holds diplomas in Aerospace Medicine from the Mexican Air Force, conferred under the Ministry, and forensic anthropology from the renowned National School of Anthropology. Furthermore, he earned another diploma in Aerospace Medicine, this time from the Directorate General of Military Health under the Ministry of National Defense. Notably, alongside his military service, he serves as an Adjunct Professor at the National School of History.
During a recent presentation, Commander Benitez shared the findings of a collaborative effort with biologist Jose De La Cruz Rios. Their investigation focused on the anatomy and characteristics of non-human bodies, a subject within Commander Benitez's expertise as a forensic doctor. Their research incorporated an array of scientific methods, including X-rays, computed tomography, three-dimensional reconstructions, macroscopic and microscopic analyses, histology, carbon-14 dating, forensic anthropology, comparative anatomy, and DNA analysis. Of particular significance is the DNA analysis, widely considered the gold standard in forensic sciences for comparative studies.
To begin, the bodies they examined measured approximately 60 centimeters in length and were coated in a white powder identified as diatom powder through electron microscopy. This powder aids in desiccation, effectively preventing the growth of bacteria, fungi, and cadaveric fauna, thus naturally preserving the bodies over time. The location where these bodies were discovered in Peru appears to be ideal for their preservation due to this unique environmental factor.
In terms of anatomy, these bodies exhibit a humanoid structure comprising a head, trunk, abdomen, and limbs, which terminate in three-fingered hands and feet. The skeletal structure displays remarkable joint alignment and wear patterns, indicating a history of active mobility. Notably, the skull, although larger than expected in proportion to the body, is lightweight due to its pneumatized nature, featuring hollow spaces that enhance rigidity while minimizing weight. The large eye orbits suggest an impressive capacity for wide-angle, stereoscopic vision. These beings possess small nostrils and no teeth, which suggests that their method of nourishment involved swallowing rather than chewing.
Their long neck, connecting to the middle floor of the skull, is a rare feature not observed in primates. The cervical vertebrae are relatively small, but the intervertebral spaces are notably wide. In the thorax, a bird-like fork allows for extended shoulder joint mobility. The ribs are complete and calcified. In the abdomen, three eggs were observed, confirming biological reproduction.
Tomography reveals traces of muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, and other internal structures. The extremities exhibit well-preserved joints, biomechanics, and three-fingered hands and feet, each possessing five phalanges suitable for grasping objects. Interestingly, these beings lack carpal and tarsal bones, with phalanges directly connected to the arm and forearm bones. Microscopic examination unveiled fingerprints, a distinctive characteristic. Notably, some of these bodies contained metal fragments within their skin, composed of various metals, including cadmium, materials akin to those used in satellite telecommunications.
In the final phase, DNA analysis compared against over one million registered species indicated that these bodies share 70% of their genetic material with known species, with a 30% variation. This intriguing result raises questions about their origins and their potential relationship to known life forms on our planet.